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2017      ODETTA gallery, Whose Land? Whose God?, Bushwick Brooklyn, New York

2016-17 Bronx Museum, South Bronx Waterfront Sagas. Bronx NY.

2017      American University, Paris, France

2015       ODETTA Gallery, New York, New York (2 person)

2015       Brook Park, Urban Regeneration II, Bronx, New York

2014      Westchester Square, Urban Regeneration II, Bronx, NY, public sculpture installation

2014      Abbington Art Center, Philadelphia, Pa, drawings

2011       Fundacion Euroidiomas, Miraflores, Lima, Peru, Collage and Construciones

2010      Lincoln Hospital, Sculpture Garden, Bronx, N.Y., Urban Mining, public sculpt. installation, on-going

2010      Evgl.Matthäus Kirchengemeinde, Collage/Constructions, Cologne Hürth, Germany

2009     Stattmuseum, Collage/ Constructions, Cologne, Germany

2009     Bronx Museum, Bronx, New York, Urban Regeneration

2008     Cologne/ Hürth, Germany, Gathering of the Survivors, public sculpture installation, on-going

2007     2 x 13 Two Times Thirteen Gallery (3 person) Chelsea, New York City, NY

2006     La Guardia College, Queens, NY

2006     Pfenniger Gallery, Lancaster, Pa

2005      Phillips Museum, Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster NY

2005      Haven Gallery, Bronx, New York

2002     Rathaus Stadt Kassel, Germany, Histories in Mourning

2000    Asyl Gallery, New York, NY

1999      International Kunstforum Drewen, Germany- public sculpture installation

1999      Kapitalsaal, in der Stiftsruine, Bad Hersfeld, Germany

1998      Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio , Divisions, public sculpture installation, on-going

1998      Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, Ohio

1997       United Nations Plaza, New York, NY, Divisions, public sculpture installation

1997       Kulturforum, BBK, Mathias Kirche Platz, Tiergarten, Berlin- public sculpture installation

1997       Am Stifts Ruine, Bad Hersfeld, Germany, Covenant for Reconciliation public sculpture installation

1995        Frauenmuseum, Bonn Germany

1995        Galerie Brigitte Reichle, Biberach, Germany

1995        Das Keramikmuseum Westerwald, Germany

1994/5    Amerikahaus, Berlin, Germany- public sculpture installation

1992       documenta Tanzfestival Installation Collaboration Ismael Ivo, Tokashi Kako, Kassel, Germany

1992       Factory Kulturfabrik Salzmann, Kassel, Germany, collaborative installation

1991       Lancaster Square, Lancaster, PA public sculpture installation

1990     West Broadway at Chambers, & at Franklin Street, NY, NY-An Environmental Memorial, sculpture installation

1988,87 Paula Allen Gallery, New York, NY

1988-98 City University of New York, Graduate Center, New York, NY- public sculpture installation

1987     City University Graduate Center, New York, NY, War Memorial

1986      Musser Park, Lancaster, PA.- public sculpture installation

1985       Franklin and Church, New York, NY, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council- public sculpture installation

1983/85 Soho 20 Gallery, New York, NY

1983      Lancaster Museum of Art, Lancaster, PA

1979     Fordham University, Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY- public sculpture installation !


2019 “Castles in the Sky ”Fantasy Architecture in Contemporary Art”, Coral Gables Museum, Miami FL

2018/2019 “Castles in the Sky ”Fantasy Architecture in Contemporary Art”, Lehman College Art Gallery, Bronx NY

2018 “Memory Mapping”, Codex Project 275 W. 22nd St., New York NY, Curator Elizabeth Chatham

 2018 “Common Views, Maggi Peyton ArtGallery, Manhattan Boro. Pres. Office, Curator, Alexis Mendoza

2018 “Collective Consciousness,” Gold Coast Art Center, Long Island, NY, curator Jude Amsel

2017 “Uproot”Smack Mellon, Brooklyn Dumbo, NY, Curator Gabriel Guzman

2017      Long Island City, LIC Open, “Global Awareness,” LIC, New York 2017

2016     Flux Art Fair Harlem, Marcus Garvey Park, NYC, NY

2016    “Nature, Climate, Art,” curators Inka Juslin and Tarja Silverman, BronxArtSpace, Bronx, NY

2016    “Architectural Intersections,” Lehman College, Bronx, New York

2015     “Intersecting Imaginaries,” No Longer Empty Curatorial Lab, Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY

2015     Flux Art Fair Harlem, Corn Exchange Building, NYC, NY

2014   “Bronx Speaks: No Boundaries, Bronx Museum of Art, Bronx NY, installation

2014   “Brural : Shattering Phenomena, Chelyabinsk Meteorite & Superstorm Sandy” curators Svetlana Shlyapnikova & Irina Danilova,        BronxArtSpace

2013.   “Zwaan Kleef Aan”, Neue Vide, cur. Jaring Dürst Britt, Harlem, Netherlands

2013     Hyperion Press, AIPAD, Armory, NY, NY

2012    “Artists on War,” Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY

2012    “This Side of Paradise”, No Longer Empty, cur. Manon Slome, Andrew Freedman House, NewYork Bronx, NY

2011     “Weibsbilder V’, Kulturzentrum Alte Feuerwache, Cologne, Germany

2009     Longwood Gallery, Bronx Council on the Arts Recipients, Hostos Community College, Bronx, NY

2009    Wandelhalle, “Bunker Ästhetik”, Bad Wildungen Germany

2009    WHECO Green Housing Project, Bronx, New York, 2 outdoor sculptures on-going

2008     Haven Gallery, Bruckner Blvd, Bronx, New York

2005/9  Rheinblick, Stammheim Schloss Park, Cologne, Germany- 2 outdoor sculpture installations, on-going

2004/5  Longwood Gallery, Bronx Council on the Arts Recipients, Hostos Community College, Bronx, NY

2005/6  Krasdale Foods Corporate Gallery, Bronx, New York

2004    “Sketches” AIR Gallery, New York, New York

2003    “Multiple Memorials”, Veridean Gallery, New York, New York

2003    Skulpturengarten Sürth, Cologne, Germany, outdoor sculpture installation

2003    The 21st annual BWAC Outdoor Sculpture Show, under the Brooklyn Bridge, New York City, N.Y.

2002    Exit Art, “Reactions”, NYcity, NY & Library of Congress, Washinton, D.C

2000    BWAC "Bridges", Brooklyn, New York, out door sculpture installation

1998     Bridges/ America Germany, Kunstverein Hürth with the Ludwig Museum, Cologne, Germany

1998     Künstlerforum, Bonn, Germany

1996/7 “Im pleinair," am Friedländer Tor, Neubrandenburg, Germany- public sculpture installation

1995      “In Three Dimensions: Women Sculptors in the 90s,” Snug Harbor Cultural Center

1995      Tobiashammer Künstler Symposium, Wolfhagen, Germany- public sculpture installation

1994   “Sculpture Tour,” University of Tennessee, Knoxville- public sculpture installation

1994   “Out of Amerika,” Amerikahaus Berlin,

1993   “Die vertikale Gefahr: Luftkrieg in der Kunst," documenta-Halle, Kassel, Germany

1993   “Songs of Retribution" curated by Nancy Spero, Richard Anderson Gallery, New York, NY

1991-92 “Hard Choices/Just Rewards," S. Alleghenies Museum of Art, Loretto, PA, Everhart Museum, Scranton, PA,

              Johnstown Art Museum, Blair Art Museum, Univ of Pittsburgh, Univ of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA, Edinboro

             Univ, Westminster College

1991  “Burning in Hell," artist books, Franklin Furnace, New York, NY

1989  “Private Eyes," collectors collections, El Paso Museum of Art, El Paso, TX

1988   Heresies Collective Benefit Exhibition, PPOW Gallery, New York, NY

1987 “Transforming the Landscape," Henry Street Settlement Center for the Arts, New York, NY

1986  Mitchell Museum, Mt. Vernon, IL- outdoor sculpture installation

           Moorhead State University, Lewistown, KY- outdoor sculpture installation

1985 “Art Against Apartheid," Boricua College, New York, NY

1983 “Protective Devices," Windows on White Street, New York, NY

1982 “S/300 Sculpture Tricentennial," Philadelphia, PA- outdoor sculpture installation

           PADD (Political Art Documentation/Distribution), 339 Lafayette

1981 "Sculpture 81," Temple University, Philadelphia, PA- outdoor sculpture installation                          

         "International Sculpture Garden," Franklin Plaza, Philadelphia, PA- outdoor sculpture installation

          "Nine Pennsylvania Artists," Albright College, Reading, PA

          "Sculpture Sites," Amagansett, Long Island, NY- outdoor sculpture installation

1981,80 "On Ward’s Island," Organization of Independent Artists, Ward’s Island, New York, NY- sculpture installation



2016      “Divisions,” Hamilton City of Sculpture, Hamilton Ohio

 2014 “Structural Transformation: An Environmental Memorial”, Smith-Gilbert Gardens, Kennesaw, Georgia

2001      “War Memorial II,” The Sculpture Foundation, Grounds for Sculpture, Hamilton, N.J.-sculpture installation

2001      “Covenant for Reconciliation”, Stadt Bad Hersfeld, An der Stiftsruine, Bad Hersfeld, Germany- sculpture installation

2000      “ War Memorial III”, Phillipps Museum, Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster Pa.-outdoor sculpture

1997      MOMA, Dadabase, Paad, Political Art Documentation Distributon, PADD Collection

1996      Städtische Sammlungen, Tübingen, Germany

1994/5   “ Have We Chosen,” Regierungspräsidium Hessen, Kassel, Germany- public sculpture installation

1995        Fachbereich Betriebswirtschaft II, Fachhochschule Koblenz, Germany

1994      “Kloster Cornberg Memorial”, Gemeinde Cornberg, Germany-public sculpture installation

1994      “ Cornberg Memorial”, Gemeinde Cornberg, Germany- public sculpture installation

1984      “ Gemination”, University of PA, Morris Arboretum, Philadelphia, PA. outdoor sculpture installation

1982      Peat, Marwick and Mitchell

1979      Colonial Life Insurance, Prudential Insurance Company of America Standard Federal Savings, Gaithersburg, MD

              Lancaster Neurosurgical Association, Lancaster, PA

1978/79  IBM Corporation

1977/78  First National Citibank, New York, NY, Atlantic Richfield Corporation !


2003,05,08,16   Bronx Council on the Arts, NY, NY, Bronx Recognizes its Own

2014, 15 Bronx Council on the Arts/ NY Dept. of Cultural Affairs arts project grants

1994      Fulbright Senior Research Fellowship, Hochschule der Kunst, Berlin, Germany

1994.     John Anson Kittredge Foundation

1992      Arts International Kade Collaborative Works Program

1991      Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Individual Artists Grant

1990      Artists’ Space Exhibition Grant

1979-98 Hackman Summer Research Grants, and Faculty Research Franklin and Marshall College !


2017 “Whose Land? Whose God? Installation at ODETTA gallery, Bushwick NY

2016/2017 “SouthBronx Waterfront Sagas” Installation at the BronxMuseum

2013      Zwaan Kleef Aan, Neue Vide, cur. Jaring Dürst Britt, Harlem, Netherlands

2011      Linda Cunningham, Collages and Constructions, essay Alexis Mendoza Fundacion Euridiomas, Miraflores, Lima, Peru

2009    Wandelhalle, “Bunker Aesthetic”, Dr. Harald Kimpel Bad Wildungen, Germany

2011      Schlosspark Stammheim, Kunst 2011, Best of 10 years

2009-15, 16  Rheinblick, Schlosspark Stammheim, catalogs

1995      Linda Cunningham Installations, Keramikmuseum Westerwald, Amerikahaus Berlin, Frauenmuseum, Bonn

1997      Beton und Findling Stein, Bildhauer Symposium Oberessendorf, Bieberach . Germany

1996      Arbeiten in Beton, Ergebnisse eines Pleinairs, Zentrum Bildende Kunst, Neubrandenburg, Germany

1995      In Three Dimensions: Women Sculptors in the 90s, Snug Harbor Cultural Center-Charlotte Rubenstein

1994      Sculpture Tour, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

1994      Tobias Hammer Künstler Symposium, Ordruf/Thüringen, Germany

1994      Die vertikale Gefahr: Luftkrieg in der Kunst, documenta-Halle, Kassel, Germany

1989      The Memorial Redefined, Linda Cunningham, editor

1987      Images of Power, Visual Statements by Ten Major Women Artists, Rockland Cent for Arts, Rockland, NY

1986      Sculpture at Cedarhurst, Mitchell Museum, Mount Vernon, IL

1985       Morehead State College, Morehead, KY

1982      S/300 Sculpture Tricentennial, Philadelphia, PA !


Ryan Kelly,“ Waterfront Featured in Mural and Film,” Mott Haven Herald, 2017

Inka Juslin,, “Visiting Linda Cunningham’s Studio”

Audra Lambert,, “Linda Cunningham’s Urban Oasis at Westchester Square”, 2014

Quingging Chen, “Storm tossed art sounds a warning,” Mott Haven Herald, Oct 2013

Sarah Archino, Sculpture Magazine, NewYork, Bronx Museum of Art, review, July/Aug, 2011

Pedro Escribano, La Republica, Lima, Peru,“Las Metaforas de una ciudad”, Aug. 17,2011

El Peruano, “Esculturas de Linda Cunningham”, Aug.12, 2011

Kölner Rundschau, Cologne, Hürth, Germany April, 2010

Hessische Allgemeine, Kassel, Germany, September 10, 2002

Sabine Scheffer, Hessische Allgemeine, Kassel, Germany, September 12, 2002

Hessische Allgemeine, Rotenberg-Bad Hersfeld, Germany , April 17, 1999

Jacqueline Kimball, Stone Magazine, August. 1998

United Nations Secretariat News, Oct 1997

Tracey Hummer, Sculpture Magazine, May 1997

Hessische Allgemeine, Rotenberg-Bad Hersfeld, Germany, July 5, 1997

Heidrun Wirth, Kölnische und Bonner Rundschau, "Gedächtnis und Fragen, May 1995

G. Dahinten, Schwäbische Zeitung, Bieberach, Germany, October 13, 1995

Bundesstadt Bonn, May 9, 1995

Eva-Maria Hilker,TIP, Berlin, Germany,"Potential der Künstler-Ravensbrück Konzentrations Lager, May 1995

Gazette, Magazine of the Deutsch-American Clubs, March, 1995

Dirk Schwartze, Hessische Allgemeine, Kassel, Germany, Skulptur Für RP Vorplatz, January,1995

Dirk Schwartze, Hessische Allgemeine, Kassel, Germany, Interview, 18 January 1995

Hessische Allgemeine, Kassel, Germany, Skulptur Für RP Vorplatz, August, 1994

Andrea Iffert, Hessische Allgemeine, Rotenberg-Bebra, "Werke vom schönen, starken Stein", Germany, July 23, 1994

Hessische Allgemeine, Kassel, Germany, June 22, 1994

Hessische Niedersächsische Allgemeine Bezirksausgabe, Rotenberg-Bebra, July 26, 1994

Brigitte Rambalski, Doc mag, Das Magazin zur documenta 9, Interview, Cunningham, Ivo, Kako, Kassel, Ger, July,92

Iolona Lehnart, Hessische Allgemeine, Kassel, Germany, (Review) October 10, 1992

Hessische Allgemeine, Kassel, Germany, July 30, 1992

Iolona Lehnart, Hessische Allgemeine, Kassel, Germany, July 20, 1992

Gregory Galligan, Arts Magazine, February, 1987

Michael Brenson, New York Times, November 29, 1985

Alan Wallach, "Linda Cunningham," Arts Magazine, February, 1984

Art Journal, "Public Art," Harriet Senie, January 1990 !


Sabra Moore, “Openings: A Memoir from the Women Artists Movement, 1970-1992”, New Village Press, 2016

Christine Licata "This Side of Paradise: A Bronx Art and Culture Hub", 25, April, 2012

Allison Meier, " Rediscovering Paradise in the Bronx",, May 3, 2012

Tanyanika Samuels, The Daily News, BronxArtSpace, March, 2012

Art View photos”This Side of Paradise” , 2012

The Bronx, An Old Folks’Home for Millionaires: Art News & Gossip;

The Andrew Freedman House, This Side of Paradise

New York Times, “Goodbye to the Old Blighted S. Bronx, Hello to the New Trendy SoBro, June 24,2005

Lisa J. Curtis, The Brooklyn Papers, ”Park Views”, July 28, 2003

Karen Calabria, Brooklyn Courier, “Art Down Under”, August 11, 2003

Katja Reissner, Der Tagesspiegel, Berlin Germany,19 November, 1994

Michael Brenson, "Sculpture Borne by the Earth and Lighted by the Sky," The New York Times, March 8, 1991

William Zimmer, New York Times, Westchester, April 1987

Phyllis Braff, "From the Studio," The East Hampton Star, July 22, 1982

Carrie Rickie and Kay Larson, "Stalking the Wild Sculpture," Village Voice, July 25, 1980

Ronny H. Cohen, "Art on the Beach," Art Forum, August 1980


WNYC-Interview- “The BronxWaterfront and the Bronx Museum” 2017

Bronx Net, Interviews, 2012, 2015

“New York Confidential, Bronx,” ARTE French TV Sept 11, 2011 !!


1979-1983      Franklin and Marshall College, Steinman College Center,

2010-17      Director, BronxArtSpace, curator, “the 2% Precipice,” “Transporting Home,” “Vital Signs,” five emerging Bronx artists,“Re-Made“, Five artists re-envisioning found                                         materials, “Visions/ Re-Visions, 4 Af Am WomenArtists: social issues”, “Young Experimental Photographers”, “Portals and Interventions” installations,“The 2% Precipice”


Master of Fine Arts, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, OH


1997-02 Arthur and Katherine Shadek, Professor of Humanities, Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, Pa.

1976-2002 Professor, Assoc. Prof & Asst Prof, Art Department, Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, PA