Judy Rifka's career spans over fifty solo shows and countless group exhibitions; her work can be seen in numerous public collections in museums and foundations, throughout the United States and Europe. Her work has been featured in major exhibitions at 1983 Whitney Biennial and the 1975 Whitney Biennial; The Museum of Modern Art, New York; Documenta VII, Kassel; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Carnegie Mellon University; Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia; The New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York; The Brooklyn Museum; The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield; Moderner Kunst, Vienna; Laforet Museum, Tokyo; Kansas City Art Institute; The Hudson River Museum, Yonkers; Kunst Rai, Amsterdam; Mint Museum, Charlotte; Bass Museum of Art, Miami; The Museum of Fine Art, Boston; Rhode Island School of Design, Providence. Rifka has been widely written about, and featured in, among other places, Art Forum, Art in America, Kunst Forum, Tema Celeste, Flash Art, The New Yorker, Elle and New York Magazine.

 

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Selected Solo Exhibitions

2017 Merage Gallery, at Sinai Temple, Los Angeles, Selected Survey

2016 Jean-Paul Najar Foundation, Dubai, Judy Rifka : Retro Active Retrospective, One-Woman Retrospective Exhibition

2016 The Amstel Gallery at the Yard, Judy Rifka's Retrospective, curator, Gregory de la Haba, works of 40 years

2015 The Amstel Gallery at the Yard, Curator, Gregory de la Haba, Comparative Retrospective, 2 person, including Jay Milder

2014 Trestle Projects, BAS , Brooklyn, NY

2013 106 BLDG30 , One hour video show of J Rifka, Brooklyn, New York** Video

2011 Art6 Gallery, Richmond, Virginia

2007 The Chocolate Factory, New York 2001 Gallery X, Harlem. New York

1997 Alley Culture Gallery, Detroit, Michigan 1996 Hofstra University, Collins Gallery, New York

1994 "Judy Rifka," Information Gallery, New York "Judy Rifka," Cade Tompkins, Bridgehampton

1992 Bistro 100, NationsBank Building Building, Charlotte

1991 "Judy Rifka," Real Art, New York "Judy Rifka Drawings 1980-1990," Brooke Alexander, New York

"Judy Rifka: Paintings and Works on Paper," Ratner Gallery, Chicago Galerie Tobias Hirshmann, Frankfurt Ann Jaffee Gallery, Bay Harbor Ialands, Florida

1989 Executive Reception Area, Madison Square Garden, New York Bistro 110, Chicago Saxon Lee Gallery, Los Angeles Piramide Arte Contemporanea, Florence

1988 Union Square Cafe, New York Brooke Alexander, New York (catalogue) Galerie Tobias Hischmann, Frankfurt Galerie Ninety-Nine, Miami

1987 Saxon-Lee Gallery, Los Angeles (brochure) Brooke Alexander, New York 1986 Anna Friebe Galerie, Cologne (catalogue)

"Judy Rifka Paintings," The Cleveland Museum of Art (brochure) Stephen Wirtz Gallery, San Francisco Gallery Ninety-Nine, Miami

1985 Standard Oil of Ohio, headquarters, Cleveland Brooke Alexander, New York

Anna Friebe Galerie, New York (brochure) Gracie Mansion Gallery, New York

1984 "Judy Rifka: Major Works 1981-84:. Knight Gallery. Spirit Square Art Center, Charlotte; traveled to Anderson Gallery, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond (catalogue)" Galerie de France, Paris Brooke Alexander, New York 51x Gallery, New York Carl Solway Gallery, Cincinnati

1983 Nicola Jacobs Gallery, London Brooke Alexander, New York Daniel Weinberg Gallery, San Francisco

1982 Brooke Alexander (catalogue) "Judy Rifka Paintings,"Reed College, Portland Daniel Weinberg Gallery, San Francisco

1981 Museum (Sub) Kulture, Berlin and Hamburg

1980 Printed Matter, New York

1978 Jean Paul Najar, Paris Name Gallery, Chicago

1977 Franklin Furnace, New York

1976 Susan Caldwell, New York

1975 Daniel Weinberg Gallery, San Francisco Artists Space, New York

1974 John Doyle Gallery, Chicago