Books and Catalogues

"SUPERSATURATION, Susanna Starr" Exhibition Catalog, 2002

Museum of Contemporary Art, Fort Collins, CO.

essay by Nancy Princenthal

"ABSORBED Susanna Starr", Exhibition Catalog, 2000

Cynthia Broan Gallery, NYC

essay by Douglas Maxwell

"Beyond The Pale" Exhibition Catalog, 2002

Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, NY

Curated and Essay by Dede Young

"Auga Doce/Fresh Water" Exhibition Catalog, 2014

Fundcion Cidade de Cultura de Galicia, page 188

Benton, Camille, "KYIV Art Collection of the US Agency for International Development"

Art In Embassies, US Department of State, 2013, pages 52,53

"I have a secret wish", exhibition catalog, 2012

Visual Arts Gallery, Univ. of Alabama, Birmingham, AL

Curated and essay by John Fields

Benton, Camille, "KYIV UKRAINE", Art Collection of the United States Embassy,

Art In Embassies Program, US Department of State, pages 44-45

"Rags To Riches 25 Years of Paper Art From Dieu Donne Papermill", 2001

Exhibition Catalog, page 27

"Corporal Identity Body Language" Exhibition Catalog, 2003

Museum of Arts and Design, NYC

pages 27, 290, 291

"DECADE Contemporary Collecting 2002-2012"

The Albright-Knox gallery, Buffalo, NY

organized by Douglas Dreishpoon, Louis Grachos and Heather Pesanti

The Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, 2012

pages 309 and 396

"New York's Underground Art Museum/MTA Arts & Design"

by Sandra Bloodworth and William Ayres,

The Monacelli Press, 2014, page 251

"Textility", Exhibition Catalog, 2012

Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, Summit, NJ

curated and essay by Mary Birmingham & Joanne Mattera

"Making It Up", Exhibition Catalog, 1999

Wake Forest University Fine Arts Gallery, Winston-Salem, NC

Curated and Essay by David Finn and Victor Faccinto

Articles and Reviews
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Everett, Deborah, "Trajectories", NY Arts, Nov. 2000, Vol 5, No. 11

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Dieu Donne "Pulp" Newsletter, Sept-Dec 2000, No.31

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Feaster, Felicia, "Trippy Colors Create Special Effects in Susanna Starr's Sculptures"

Atlantic Journal Constitution, Arts & Theater Section, Monday December 7, 2015

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Freedman, Matt, "Susanna Starr at Cynthia Broan Gallery",

Review Magazine, February 1, 2000,

Volume 5, Number 9

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Gottlieb, Stacey, "Susanna Starr"

NYFA Current Magazine, May 2011

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King, Howard," Gallery: Unseen opening at Collar Works", The Collaborative, Oct 28, 2019

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Katz, Carissa, "At The Barn With Albee's Colonists"

East Hampton Star, Arts & Living, July 31, 2003

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Lambert, Audra,"Illuminating the "Unseen": Collar Works in Troy, NY Elevates Contemporary Artist", Up The Ante, November 8, 2019

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Long, Robert, "Susanna Starr Reading In Color", Solo Exhibition, Avram Gallery, LIU, Southampton, NY, East Hampton Star, Arts & Living, Sept 18, 2003

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New York Times, Metropolitan Section, Calendar/New Jersey

Sunday October 23, 2011, page 14

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Princenthal, Nancy, "Susanna Starr at Cynthia Broan", Art In America, June 2000, page 121

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Schmerler, Sarah, "Tunneling" Famous Accounts, Art In America, November 2010, page 182

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Terrell, Matthew, "Art Review: Susanna Starr's Psychedelic Doilies at Marcia Wood", Burnaway, December 15, 2015

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Vartanian, Hrag, "Tunneling Through Famous Accountants", Hyperallergic, Sept 3, 2010

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Weld, "Punk Rock Art", Arts Section, August 30-Sept 6, 2012 / page 17

Birmingham, Alabama

Selected Website Listings
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New York Times, Home and Garden Section, Thursday August 2, 2012

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Monday November 21, 2011 Featured Artist on "PEEK", a blog curated by the artist Lee Gainer that has featured a new contemporary artist every weekday since February 2008.

Exhibition Review, General Arts

Illuminating the “Unseen”: Collar Works in Troy, NY Elevates Contemporary Artist, by Audra Lambert, November 8, 2019

Artworks on view in the deceptively subtle exhibition “Unseen” bring that which is frequently overlooked directly into the public eye. In a world in which most of what directs our behavior goes unnoticed, “Unseen” marks the clever, perceptive type of exhibit that we crave to focus our attention on. Curated by the MFA Boston’s Akili Tommasino for Collar Works, artists on view include Carris Adams, Tania Alvarez, Aurora Andrews, Jose- Aurelio Baez, Raina Briggs, Ryan Chase Clow, Matt Crane, Richard Deon, Carla Dortic, Deborah Druick, Mark Eisendrath, Rebecca Flis, Gigi Gatewood, Chet Gold, Victoria van der Laan, Jesse Meredith, Sarah Pater, James Marshall Porter, Jr., Anne- Audrey Remarais, Eric Souther, Susanna Starr, Paula Stuttman, and Sarah Sweeney. Works by Mark Eisendrath and Susanna Starr in particular sweep into focus, with a distinctive attention to line and form. Spanning sculpture and painting with a hint of lyric poetry, “Unseen” follows those elements that both direct and elude our line of sight.

The unseen can be that which is literally unresolved: that which exists up to a point, then inhabits the realm of both the unseen and the unknown. Artist Mark Eisendrath notes of his work Mysterioso, on view in “Unseen,” “Mysterioso existed only as an idea- not seen or felt. It did not exist, neither did the process I used to make it. It was quite literally- a mystery. ” That which cannot be seen or felt can still hold a palpable presence in our lives. As the curator of “Unseen” notes in her exhibition text, “...the complex algorithms that reinforce our behavior remain hidden to us. Our fear of being unseen makes us susceptible to manipulation.” By making that which is foreign to us palpable, “Unseen” offers the viewer a clever, nuanced portrait of contemporary society.

Susanna Starr and Mark Eisendrath share a penchant for uncovering the sought for-yet undiscovered- form. Curves and delineated lines trace the patterns of our subconscious seeking that which we do not yet know. A mysterious, yet visceral, presentation of new works by contemporary sculptors, painters and mixed- media artists, “Unseen” is a careful selection of artworks that transcend the ordinary in search of a greater meaning beyond the immediately visible. “Unseen” is on view at Collar Works art space in Troy, NY, through Dec 14, 2019.

Lambert, Audra,"Illuminating the "Unseen": Collar Works in Troy, NY Elevates Contemporary Artist", Up The Ante, November 8, 2019