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 EXHIBITIONS AND AWARDS

EXHIBITIONS

 

1929, May: “Exhibition of Paintings”, G.R.D. Studio Debut Show, New York, NY (Art in Review, Jewell 5/24/32 and invitation curtsey of Mark Cervenka University of Houston, Texas)

 

1931, March: Mr. and Mrs. Show G.R.D. Studio, New York, NY (A ‘Mr. and Mrs. Show NYT 3/17/31)

 

1931, October 29-December 13: “44th Annual Exhibition of American Paintings and Sculpture”, Art Institute Of Chicago, Illinois (Invitation to show curtsey of Mark Cervenka, University of Houston, Texas)

 

1932, May 23 – June: Rehn Gallery New York, NY (Edward Allen Jewell NYT 5/24/32)

 

 1933, April 17-May 6: “Paintings by Audrey Buller”, Frank M. Rehn Galleries, New York, NY, (sothebys.com/en/ecat.notes.N08495.html/70, Art News 4/29/33 NYT 4/29/33, Parnassus 4/1933), NYT April 30/1933 [1st one man show]

 

1934: Exhibition Rockefeller Center, New York, NY (American Magazine of Art 5/1/34 v.27p.278)

 

1935, June 3: Feragil Galleries, New York, NY (NYT 6/4/35)

 

1936, April- May: “Paintings by Audrey Buller”, Feragil galleries, New York, NY (sothebys.com/en/ecat.notes.N08495.html/70, Art News 5/2/36, NYT 5/3/36, and Time Magazine 5/11/36) [2nd one man show]

 

1936, November 10- December: “Third Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting”, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY,  Cat #9 (https://whitney.org/exhibitions/biennial-1936-painting, metmuseum.org)

 

1937, January 19-February 5: Whitney Museum of American Art (NYT January 19, 1937)

 

1937, February: “Exhibit of Paintings and Flowers”, Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, Florida (Palm Beach Post, February 26, 1937)

 

1937, March-April: “112th Annual Exhibition of the National Academy of Design”, Fine arts Building, New York, NY (The Art Digest March 15, 1937).

 

1937: June 1-September: Whitney Museum of American Art (NYT June 2, 1937)

 

1937: November10- December 12: “1937 Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting” Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY, Cat #2 (NYT November 5, 1937, https://archive.org/details/1937annual00whit/mode/2up)

 

1938, April: Whitney Museum of American Art (NYT April 13, 1938)

 

1938: Audrey Buller exhibition, Annual Exhibition of the National Academy of Design, Cat#44 (metmuseum.org)

 

1938, July: Morning Glories placed for public view after being acquired for permanent collection at Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York Times 2/26/37 and Montreal Gazette July 23, 1938 and The Metropolitan Museum Art Bulletin)

 

1938, October: “Twelve American Pictures of the Year”, Florence State Teachers College, Alabama (Times Daily October 18, 1938)

 

1940, January: Society of Four Arts, Palm Beach Florida (Palm Beach Post January 17, 1940)

 

1940, November- December 15: Carnegie Show, Pittsburg, PA

 

1940 November 27- 1941, January 8: “1940-1941 Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting”, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY , Cat #19 (https://archive.org/details/194041annual00whit)

 

1941, November 12- December 30th : “Paintings by Artists Under Forty”, Whitney Museum Of American Art, New York, NY, Cat #17 (https://archive.org/details/1941annualexhibi00whit/mode/2up)

 

1943: Audrey Buller Exhibition, Museum of Modern Art, Realists and Magic Realists, New York, NY (artfacts.net)

 

1944: “139th Annual Exhibition” Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, (Montreal Gazette January 22, 1944)

 

1944: November 14-December 12: “1944 Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting”, Cat #14,Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY (https://archive.org/details/1944annual00whit)

 

1945, August: Samuel Parish Museum, South Hampton, New York (NYT 6/22/45 and Art News August 1945 vol. 44)

 

1946, February: Audrey Buller Exhibition Vassar College, New York (metmuseum.org)

 

1946, October: “Painting in the United States, 1946”, Carnegie, Pittsburg PA (NYT 10/13.46, p69)

 

1946, November: Portrait of America Exhibition, Baltimore, Maryland (Baltimore Afro- American Newspaper- Nov 30, 1946)

1946 December 10-1947,  January 16: “1946 Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting”, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York , NY , Cat #18 Poison Ivy Vine (https://archive.org/details/1946annual00whit)

 

1947, December 6- 1948, January 25 : “1947 Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting”, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York , NY, Cat #18 Still Life (https://archive.org/details/1947annual00whit)

 

1949, December: American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Academy Gallery, New York, NY (NYT 12/2/49, p.27 and NYT 12/14/49)

 

1951, November 8- January 6: “1951 Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting”, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY(https://whitney.org/artists/194)

 

1952, April- May: American British Gallery (New York Times May 25, 1952 “Three Women Artists”; Art Digest May 1, 1952; Art News May 1952, n3, Vol 51)

 

1953, April 22-25:  Audrey Buller exhibition Fisk University: ¦24th Annual Festival of Music and Art, Nashville TN (Fisk University: ¦24th Annual Festival of Music and Art (sotherbys.com)

1993, August 17-31: "Nine New York Artists That Loved Little Compton", Little Compton Historical Society, Little Compton RI (correspondence from Penny Parsons Harris with Little Compton Historical Society)

 

2007, January-March, Exhibition O’Kane Gallery, University of Houston, Houston, TX, Audrey Buller, A Magic Realist in Retrospect, Paintings from 1926-1952 (http://www.uhd.edu/academic/colleges/humanities/arts_humanities/okane_gallery)

 

2016, October 22- 2017, January 29: “The 1920’s Modernism in Montreal: The Beaver Hall Group” Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal, CA. (https://www.mbam.qc.ca/en/exhibitions/past/the-beaver-hall-group; http://www.glenbow.org/exhibitions/1920s-modernism-in-montreal)

 

2017, June: “2017 Special Exhibition, Little Compton’s 20th Century Artists”, Little Compton, RI (https://lchistorical.wordpress.com)

 

Year Unknown, September 6- October 2: “Flower Paintings, The Milwaukee Art Institute, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

 

 

 

AWARDS

 

1923: First prize for composition: Montreal Art Association School, Montreal Quebec, Canada (Providence Journal November 30, 1984 and Montreal Gazette 7/23/38)

 

1923: Kenneth Macpherson Prize, shared with Isobel Wight (Montreal Gazette 7/23/38)

 

1937: Audrey Buller awarded prize: Thomas R. Proctor Portrait Prize from the National Academy of Design New York, NY (Nine New York Artists that Loved Little Compton, Little Compton Historical Society and The Art Digest March 15, 1937 Art News March 1937).

 

1943-44:  Audrey Buller awarded Prize: Pennsylvania Academy of Fine arts, Philadelphia, PA (sothebys.com)

 

1946: Audrey Buller awarded Portrait Prize for the” Portrait of America”  for Lucy Sewing Exhibition from Pepsi Cola Co. (Nine New York Artists that Loved Little Compton, Little Compton Historical Society and Baltimore Afro-American Newspaper - Nov 30, 1946)

 

1953: Audrey Buller awarded the Margaret Arlen Prize from the National Association of Women Artists (Nine New York Artists that Loved Little Compton, Little Compton Historical Society)

 

MEMBER: National Association of Women Artists (New York Post April 29, 1933). “Paintings by Audrey Buller.”

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