Oderwane: Detached

March 2024

Galleria S35 | Łódź, Poland

Artists: Krista Autio (Belgium), Sue Beyer (Australia), Agata Borowa (Poland), Ruth Philo (Great Britain) and Ann Tarantino (USA/Italy).

AA+ Contemporary Art Foundation

The "Detached" exhibition presented at the S35 Gallery in Łódź was a summary of the meeting of five painters during the International Painting Symposium at the Rothko Art Center (today Rothko Museum) in Dynenburg (Daugavpils) in Łów in September 2023.

MARK ROTHKO 2023: Painting Symposium

September 29-November 19, 2023

Rothko Musum | Daugavpils, Latvia

Artists: Sue Beyer (Australia), Kevork George Kassabian (Armenia), Ruth Philo (UK), Zbigniew Olszyna (Poland), Ann Tarantino (US/Italy), Ritums Ivanovs (Latvia), Krista Autio (Belgium), Agata Borowa (Poland) and Inguna Liepa (Latvia).

This painting symposium celebrated the 120th anniversary of Mark Rothko’s birth by bringing together painters who continue to embody his ideas in their own artistic practice, filtering them through their individual stylistic prism. The artists spent two weeks together as artists in residence at the Museum creating new artworks for the symposium exhibition and the Rothko Museum collection.



HUB-Robeson Galleries at Penn State University

Created for the group exhibition "CO/Commonwealth" at Penn State University's HUB-Robeson Galleries, Quilt Codes explores the visual language so-called "freedom quilts" of the Underground Railroad. Disputed by historians, but embraced by many as a compelling story, freedom quilts are said to have marked safe havens for escaping African-American slaves during the American Civil War.

Plastic Entanglements

February-June, 2018

Palmer Museum of Art | University Park, PA 

Plastic Entanglements: Ecology, Aesthetics, Materials was organized by the Palmer Museum of Art, Penn State, and curated by Joyce Robinson, curator, with guest co-curators Jennifer Wagner-Lawlor, Penn State professor of women’s, gender, and sexuality studies and English, and Heather Davis, assistant professor of culture and media, The New School. 

Participating Artists:

Morehshin Allahyari, Ifeoma U. Anyaeji, Han Bing, Dianna Cohen, Willie Cole, Bonnie Collura, Gisela Colon, Emmanuel Bakary Daou, Mark Dion, Katrin Hornek, Kelly Jazvac, Chris Jordan, Brian Jungen, Pamela Longobardi, Steve McPherson, Zanele Muholi, Vik Muniz, Matthew Northridge, Aurora Robson, Evelyn Rydz, Tejal Shah, Jessica Stockholder, Rebecca Strzelec, Ann Tarantino, Christine Wertheim, Margaret Wertheim, Deb Todd Wheeler, Kelly Wood, Pinar Yoldas, and Marina Zurkow.

Expanded Practice

October-December 2016

Palmer Museum of Art | University Park, PA 

Expanded Practice invited us to rethink the human and social reach of creative art practices within diverse institutional settings at a time of uncertain cultural change. This exhibition featured the work of faculty members from Penn State’s School of Visual Arts who continue to expand the visual tradition of creative exploration in a multiplicity of ways. Pushing the limits of material thinking, adapting and devising newer technologies of making, exploiting time and motion, improvising collaborative situations, inhabiting public places, and participating in emerging communities of inquiry were some of the approaches evident in the work on view in the exhibition and in additional locations around campus.


On view was work by Brian Alfred, Michael Collins, Shannon Goff, Andrew Hieronymi, Aaron Knochel, Eduardo Navas, Matthew J. Olson, Eric Roman, Rudy Shepherd, Stephanie Snider, and Ann Tarantino.

Jump Cuts


MOCA Arlington | Arlington, VA

Studio Practice

September-December 2011

Palmer Museum of Art | University Park, PA