• Reader’s Art: Concealed, Confined and Collected
    Minnesota Center for Book Arts
    May 8 - July 26, 2015
    Opening Reception May 8, 6 - 9 pm

    Minneapolis, MN

    Jurors Jeff Rathermel, Cathy Ryan, and Susan Hensel have selected Sacred Poem LXX.
    As the largest and most comprehensive center of its kind in the nation, Minnesota Center for Book Arts celebrates the book as a vibrant contemporary art form that takes many shapes.  MCBA supports the limitless creative evolution of book arts.  www.
  • Bound and Unbound III: Altered Book Exhibition
    University Libraries

    University of South Dakota
    August 24 - January 4, 2016

    Vermillion, SD

    Sandy Brooke, artist, professor, juror selected Sacred Poem XLIX, amongst 47 works in this International altered book exhibition. -special-collections.cfm

  • And The Word Is.......
    Gershman Gallery
    Gershman Hall at the University of the Arts
    January 22 - May 15, 2015

    401 South Broad Street
    Philadelphia, PA

    This exhibition explores the use of religious text in contemporary art, from the straightforward to the ironic. It includes a broad range of media and contemporary conceptual approaches. Kunsadt's Old Testament Series is featured by curator by J. Susan Issacs, PhD.
  • dispatches from eternity
    Theo Ganz Gallery
    April 11 - May 3, 2015
    Beacon, NY

    Hudson Valley artists explore the evocative theme, juxtaposing the sacred and the profane, serenity and chaos, the eternal with the ephemeral, benevolence with atrocity and humor with despair, the exhibition includes sculptures, paintings, video, drawings, prints, collage, and photography. Kunstadt's Sacred Poem LXXIII and Sacred Poem LXXIX are featured. An online catalog highlights work from each of the thirty artists accompanied by their brief statements.

  • Made in New York 2015
    Schweinfurth Art Center
    March 28 - June 7, 2015

    Auburn, NY

    Artists and Jurors David Hornung and Katie Waugh have selected Sacred Poem LXXV and Sacred Poem LXXX. This eclectic exhibition showcases two and three-dimensional work including, but not limited to, photography, sculpture, ceramics, painting, drawing, fiber, installation and video. Click here for a virtual tour of the gallery:
    Muroff Kotler Visual Arts Gallery
    SUNY Ulster
    March 13 - April 17, 2015
    Stone Ridge, NY

    Elisa Pritzker artist, juror, has selected Sacred Poem LXVII for this Regional Juried Exhibition of visual interpretations of these two concepts, whether they are filtered through personal, social, political, private or public experience.

    Harper College
    March 2 - April 2, 2015

    Palatine, IL

    Juror Alison Peters Quinn, selected Sacred Poem LVI for the 38th Harper College Small Works Exhibition consisting of 24 works. A full color catalog is available. works
  • Paper in Particular
    Sidney Larson Gallery
    Columbia College
    February 23 - April 3, 2015

    Columbia , MO

    "Paper, almost universally, is held in reverence as a vessel and vehicle for truth" (Amy Wilder, Columbia Daily Tribune, March 22, 2015) For the 36th Annual Paper in Particular, Juror Alida Fish has selected Sacred Poem XII, Sacred Poem LXIII and Sacred Poem XXXV.
    Klompching Gallery
    January 7 - February 14, 2015
    Brooklyn, NY

    In the context of photography, vintage photo postcards, altered and re-assembled offer a pixelated view of familiar as well as exotic locations. A selection of Kunstadt's photo postcards from the early twentieth century present an intriguing, subtle and intimate format to explore worlds unlimited in association, memory and history.

    Narthex Gallery
    St. Peter's Church at Citicorp
    January 16 - March 8, 2015

    New York, NY

    Over 80 members will be exhibiting 12 x 12 panels in SQUARE, a Textile Study Group of New York exhibition. A color catalog with introduction by Patricia Malarcher, is available on

    Additional locations:
    Garner Arts Center, Garnerville, NY (May 30 -31, 2015)
    Interiors & Sources Magazine at Neocon World Trade Fair, Chicago IL (June 15 - 17, 2015)

  • re: Member
    Kleinert/James Center for the Arts
    Woodstock Brydcliffe Guild
    January 16 - February 22, 2015

    Woodstock, NY

    Tina Bromberg chose Sacred Poem LXVII for the Curator's Choice Award in the 2015 Annual Members' Exhbition.
  • Between The Lines: Works by Carole P. Kunstadt (Part II)
    Clare Gallery
    Franciscan Center for Urban Ministry
    October 23 - January 4, 2015
    Panel Discussion/Sacred Harp Workshop and Singing, November 13, 6:30 - 9 pm
    Hartford, CT
    In partnership, the Clare Gallery at the Franciscan Center for Urban Ministry and the Charter Oak Cultural Center presents Between The Lines: Works by Carole P. Kunstadt in two solo exhibitions from September through December, 2014, providing a survey of the artist's past and current work. The second of two consecutive unique solo exhibitions in Hartford features Kunstadt's gouache and oil pastel drawings Revelations and recent Sacred Poems with 30 works. A reception, panel discussion, and Sacred Harp concert is scheduled for November 13, 2014. The panel includes Kunstadt, Sacred Harp singer Ellen Lueck, Yale University music professor Ian Quinn, and St. Patrick-St. Anthony Director of Music Ministry, Gabriel Lofvall. The concert is presented by the choirs of St. Patrick-St. Anthony with Sacred Harp musicians and audience members.
  • Between The Lines: Works by Carole P. Kunstadt (Part I)
    Charter Oak Cultural Center

    September 8 - October 10, 2014
    Hartford, CT

    In partnership, the Clare Gallery and the Charter Oak Cultural Center presents Between The Lines: Works by Carole P. Kunstadt in two unique solo exhibitions from September through December, 2014, providing a survey of the artist's past and current work. The first of these two consecutive exhibitions in Hartford, features Kunstadt's ongoing Markings and Sacred Poem Series with over 70 works.

  • Outside the Margin
    National Juried Book Arts Exhibition
    Pyramid Atlantic Art Center
    November 7 - 25, 2014
    Siver Spring, MD

    Doug Litts, Head of the Smithsonian American Art Museum/National Portrait Gallery Library and fromer library director at the Corcoran Gallery and College of Art has selected Sacred Poem LXXVIII for Outside the Margin, an exhibition held in conjunction with the 13th Biennial Book Arts Fair and Conference.

  • Small Matters of Great Importance: En Route
    Edward Hopper House Art Center

    October 25, 2014 - January 5, 2015
    Nyack, NY

    The 21st national juried exhibition celebrates small works that make big statements despite their size. Juror, curator, advisor, Director of Kenise Barnes Fine Art, Larchmont, NY -   Kenise Barnes has selected three altered and recombined antique postcards: Rockland Ferry, Where The Three Ways Meet, and Riverside Park.
  • Somewhere Between Creation and Destruction
    Joseloff Gallery
    Hartford Art School, University of Hartford

    September 9 - October 26, 2014
    West Hartford, CT

    Somewhere Between Creation and Destruction, the seventh International Distinguished Artists Symposium and Exhibition at the Joseloff Gallery, Hartford Art School is a celebration of the renaissance of cut paper as an artistic expression.  Paper, a ubiquitous medium, is transformed by the simple acts of cutting, removing, folding, and reassembling to create something far beyond its humble beginnings. Representative works are included from Kunstadt's Old Testament Series - a 1904 family heirloom Bible, which Kunstadt has refashioned into triangular and cubic sculptures evocative of Jung's sacred geometries.

  • Pip Squeak: Small Works, Big Vision
    Northbrook Public Library
    November 14 - December 19, 2014

    Northbrook, IL

    Sacred Poem XLIX and Sacred Poem LXXVII have been selected for this 12th Annual Juried Exhibition.

    ArtisTree Gallery
    July 25 - August 23, 2014

    Woodstock, VT

    Art Using the Book as Material/Format - to explore "the book" as concept, object and format. Juror Sara Smith selected Sacred Poem XXXI, Sacred Poem XXXV and Sacred Poem VI.

  • Small Works
    Founders Gallery
    Woodstock Artists Association & Museum
    July 19- August 17, 2014

    Woodstock, NY

    Carla Goldberg, Artist, Curator and Director Beacon Artists Union, Beacon, NY, selected the collage with found objects, Territories and awarded Honorable Mention.

  • July Group Show
    Woodstock Artists Association & Museum
    July 19 - August17, 2014

    Woodstock, NY

    Juror Kathy Goodell, Artist, Professor, SUNY New Paltz, has selected Sacred Poem LXXXIV for inclusion and awarded Honorable Mention.
    Manifest Research Gallery & Drawing Center
    May 30 - June 27, 2014

    Cincinnati, OH

    The folio of altered and recombined vintage postcards, Malaga/Birthplace of Picasso is included in Magnitude 7 which showcases work no larger than seven inches in any dimension. "....having a couple of galleries full of hand-sized works is somehow a relief steeped in the joy of small things well made, a menagerie of creativity, and a poignant reminder that bigger is not always better."
  • Wish You Were Here 13
    Artists' Postcard Exhibition and Benefit
    A.I.R. Gallery
    June 26 - July 20, 2014
    Brooklyn, NY

    The proceeds from this exhibition of postcard sized works benefit the A.I.R. Fellowship Program for Emerging and Under-represented Artists and other programs that serve A.I.R.’s mission to advance the status of women in the arts. Wish You Were Here 13 exhibits original works by more than 300 artists. The 4” x 6” artworks are created and donated by A.I.R. Gallery artists, and hundreds of national and international artists. An altered and recombined vintage photo postcard, Everything Moving Along OK is included in Wish You Were Here 13.
  • Endangered
    Woodstock Artists Association & Museum
    June 14 - July 13, 2014
    Woodstock, NY

    Juror Sevan Melikyan, Artist, Director of Wired Gallery, and Director of Chagall in High Falls, NY has selected Sacred Poem XX.
  • An Alternate Vision
    Morris Museum
    March 20 - June 15, 2014

    Morristown, NJ

    An Alternate Vision will showcase works produced by over 45 artists, including Kunstadt's Sacred Poem LXI.  This curated invitational exhibition celebrates the artists, their works, and the 125 year history and anniversary of the National Association of Women Artists.
  • Visions and Revelations
    Point Park University
    March 28 - May 18, 2014

    Pittsburgh, PA

    Juror Susan Hall, Director of Curatorial Affairs, Frick Art & Historical Center, chose a selection of works from the Sacred Poem Series and designated Sacred Poem LXVII, 2nd Place Award.

  • Artist of the Month - April 2014
    Edward Hopper House Art Center
    Nyack, NY 

    A selection from Kunstadt's Markings Series and her altered/recombined vintage Postcards are showcased for the month of April at the Edward Hopper House Art Center.    

  • Materials: Hard & Soft Exhibition
    Meadows Gallery, Center for the Visual Arts
    February 7 - April 4, 2014
    Denton, TX

    Arts Advocate, Collector, Chair of the Craft Emergency Relief Fund, Judy Gordon has selected Sacred Poem LXXVIII.

  • Small Works
    Founders Gallery
    Woodstock Artists Association & Museum
    March 8 - April 6, 2014

    Woodstock, NY

    Wayne Lempka, Professor, Independent Curator and Art Collections Manager, Dorsky Museum, SUNY New Paltz, selected Markings No. 20.

  • Recent Work
    Woodstock Artists Association & Museum
    February 8 - March 2, 2014

    Woodstock, NY

    Juror Richard Lewis, Professor, Marist College, has selected Markings No. 6 for inclusion in Recent Work.
  • Curate NYC 2013
    Humans, Words and Animals
    Local Project
    November 1 - 15, 2013

    Long Island City, NY

    Sacred Poem LXVII has been selected for exhibition by Carolina Penafiel, Founder/Director of Local Project. Curate NYC is a city wide multi-venue juried exhibition.

    Sacred Poem LXVII has also been selected for the online exhibition by guest curator Edwin Becker, Chief Curator of Exhibitions, Van Gogh Museum (Amsterdam). See his selections at this link:
  • As Subject and Object: Contemporary Book Artists Explore Sacred Hebrew Texts
    Museum of Biblical Art
    June 14 - September 29, 2013
    New York, NY

    The works in this exhibition will underscore the relevance of the Bible to present day book artists and emphasize how these artists garner personally artistic subject matter from the source materials.The contemporary book arts illustrate in microcosm the breadth and depth of artistic motivation from the sources at hand, and they underscore MOBIA's motto: One book, a world of art". Kunstadt's complete Old Testament Series, expanded for this exhibit is featured.  A video interview with Kunstadt:

  • Bound and Unbound II: Altered Book Exhibition
    University Libraries
    University of South Dakota

    August 28 - December 20, 2013
    Vermillion, SD

    Karen Bondarchuk, artist, professor, juror "chose works that superlative attention to detail and crafting, as well as those that pushed the boundaries of conceptual, philosophical and formal intrigue." Sacred Poem LXXVII, Sacred Poem LXIX, and Sacred Poem LXVIII  are amongst 47 works in this altered book exhibition. -special-collections.cfm

  • Small Matters of Great Importance
    Edward Hopper House Art Center

    August 24 - October 20, 2013
    Nyack, NY

    The 20th national juried exhibition celebrates small works that make big statements despite their size. Juror Susan Cross, Curator MASS MOCA, has selected Markings No. 44, Markings No. 45, and Markings No. 46.
    ArtisTree Gallery
    July 26 - September 7, 2013

    Woodstock, VT

    Art Using the Book as Material/Format. Juror Erin Sweeney has selected Sacred Poem XXXIV.

  • Art of the Book 2013
    Canadian Bookbinders and Book Artists Guild, CBBAG
    Endeavor Art Gallery

    July 12 - July 25, 2013
    Calgary, Alberta, Canada

    MOCA Calgary will mount Art of the Book 2013 in conjunction with Endeavor Art Gallery. This is the sixth members' juried exhibition marking the 30th anniversary of CBBAG. Jurors Jonathan Tremblay, Jason Dewinetz and Karen Hanmer selected Sacred Poem LXX
  • Beneath The Covers
    Foundry Art Centre
    June 28 - September 27, 2013

    St. Charles, MO

    A selection of works from the Sacred Poem Series have been chosen by Juror M.J. Goerke for this exhibition of one of a kind, handmade books, and book objects.
    Manifest Research Gallery & Drawing Center
    May 31 - June 28, 2013

    Cincinnati, OH

    The folio, Views of the Moselle is included in Magnitude 7 which showcases work no larger than seven inches in any dimension. "....having a couple of galleries full of hand-sized works is somehow a relief steeped in the joy of small things well made, a menagerie of creativity, and a poignant reminder that bigger is not always better." A full color catalog is available
    May 2013

    Markings No. 44, Markings No. 45, Markings No. 46 have been selected by the curatorial team who showcase exemplary craftsmanship and visual literacy, depict tension of material and process, and continuously evoke vibrations of mental imagery, emotion, and sensory interaction.
  • Annual Benefit & Auction for The Center Book Arts
    April 5, 2013, 6-9pm

    New York, NY

    Carole's cut and recombined vintage postcard, Postcard 1907 is in the Silent Auction.
  • Page Turner
    Some Things Looming
    April 5 - May 18, 2013

    Reading, PA

    A selection of work from the Sacred Poem Series will be represented in Page Turner, an exhibition of book arts incorporating fiber techniques, which challenge the way we perceive books.
    Kreft Center for the Arts
    Concordia University Ann Arbor
    March 19 - April 14, 2013
    Ann Arbor, MI

    Juror Richard Rubenfeld, Professor of Art History, Eastern Michigan University, selected Sacred Poem LXVII . As both a noun and a verb, grace is a resonant and capacious word, one that suggests both condition and action, form and motion, adornment and manifestation. At once profoundly spiritual, the term also denotes elegance and beauty of form, manner, and movement, and thus encompasses the physical, natural and material.

  • MAPnificent! Artists Use Maps
    American Institute of Graphic Artists
    February 1 - March 31, 2013
    Philadelphia, PA

    Paula Scher, Joyce Kozloff, Doug Beube, Carole P. Kunstadt, Viviane Rombaldi Seppey, Karin Schaefer, Dahlia Elsaed, Alastair Noble, Aga Ousseinov, Paul Fabozzi, Amy Pryor, Irina Danilova, Robert Walden, Adriane Littman, Jeff Woodbury, Brooklyn Art Library, Hand Map Drawn Association. MAPnificent, curated by Yulia Tikhonova, brings together a group of artists who creatively employ the philosophy and technique of mapping to convey information ranging from sociological data to aesthetic stimuli. Kunstadt's collages Stargazer and Territories have been selected.

  • Materials: Hard & Soft Exhibition
    Meadows Gallery, Center for the Visual Arts
    February 8 - April 5, 2013
    Denton, TX

    Jean McLaughlin, executive director of the Penland School of Crafts, as Juror was to "consider the hard and soft properties of materials–and processes–as well as the incumbent metaphors that arise when the three words are combined." Sacred Poem XVIII won a Juror
  • National Museum of Women in the Arts
    Book Arts Collection
    Washington, D.C.

    Sacred Poem X, Sacred Poem XLV,
    and Sacred Poem LV have been included in the Permanent Collection of Artists' Books at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, celebrating their 25th Anniversary. Krystyna Wasserman, Curator of Book Arts, writes that "artists' books ask for slow contemplation and yield unprecedented intellectual rewards." The museum's book arts collection houses more than one thousand works created between 1970 and the present, which reflect the artisitic sensitivities and cultural diversity of women.

  • PaperWork In, On and Of Paper VI
    Foundry Art Centre

    February 8 - March 22, 2013
    Saint Charles, MO

    The exhibition's focus is work that utilizes paper as an integral component of expression. Juror, Artist Betty Shew has selected Sacred Poem XVII and Sacred Poem LXXVII.
  • Paper in Particular
    Columbia College
    February 3 - March 3, 2013
    Columbia, MO

    Juror/Artist Tom Huck has selected 76 works in which paper is the prominent element, including Sacred Poem LXVIII, for the 34th Annual Paper in Particular National Exhibition. 

  • Scribes of Hope II
    Central Presbyterian Church
    November 1, 2012 - February 11, 2013
    Atlanta, GA

    Scribes of Hope II embraces the tension between traditional commitments to create work that is legible and a more contemporary view that emphasizes expressing the spirit of the text. This exhibit features 31 works across a wide range of approaches including: traditional lettering and illumination; artist books and letterpress work showcasing fresh directions in calligraphic design which are also subsequently digitally altered. Calligrapher Timothy Botts curated this exhibit for CIVA, choosing Kunstadt's Markings No. 16 and Sacred Poem XLVI.

    Additional Locations:
    Colonial Presbyterian Church, Kansas City, MO (February 20 – April 30, 2013)
    First Presbyterian Church of Topeka, Topeka, KS ( May 15 - July 15, 2013)
    Harding University, Department of Art & Design Gallery, Searcy, AR ( August 20 - September 25, 2013)
    John Brown University, Siloam Springs, AR (October 3 – November 1, 2013)
    James Gallery, Wilshire Baptist Church, Dallas, TX ( November 10 - December 26, 2013)
    First Baptist Church, Chester, VT (January 12 – February 12, 2014)
    Grove City College, Grove City, PA (March 1 – April 7, 2014)
    Chase Oaks Church, Plano, TX (April 20 - May 20, 2014)
    Park Street Church, Boston, MA (May 28 - August 1, 2014)
    First Presbyterian Church Ipswich, Ipswich, MA (August 6 - September 5, 2014)
    First Congregational Church of Hamilton, Hamilton, MA (September 5 - October 24, 2014)
    California Baptist University, Rivereside, CA (November 1 - 30, 2014)
    Christ Church Hamilton, South Hamilton, MA (January 8 – February 5, 2015)
    First Presbyterian Church of Flint, Flint, MI (February 12 – April 9, 2015)
    First Baptist Church, Greensboro, NC (October 1- 29, 2015)

  • Small Matters of Great Importance
    Edward Hopper House Art Center
    October 27 - December 23, 2012
    Nyack, NY

    The 19th national juried exhibition celebrates small works that make big statements despite their size. Juror Ken Carbone chose Sacred Poem XXXVIII, Sacred Poem LIV and Sacred Poem LVI and also designated Honorable Mention for the three works.
  • Modest in Scale
    Abecedarian Gallery
    November 16 - December 15, 2012

    Denver, CO

    Sacred Poem XLIX and Sacred Poem LX selected by Juror Doug Stapleton, Artist, Curator and Educator, for this exhibition of small scale artworks. Abecedarian Gallery exhibits and represents artists working acrosss a variety of disciplines with particular focus on contemporary book arts, works on paper, collage, and assemblage. A full color catalog is available.

  • 1st International Santorini Biennale of Arts
    August 1 - September 30, 2012
    Pyrgos, Santorini, Greece

    Art and culture continue to play a distinctive role in defining the past, present and future direction of human endeavour. In recognition of this, the Santorini Biennale of Arts wishes to cultivate a spirit of research and experimentation; also, to present an environment ideal for open and continuous dialogue. Pursuing a programme of cultural collaboration that is at the same time both regional and international, Santorini Biennale of Arts intends to support and promote the free exchange of both artistic and cultural experience. The theme of the Biennale is the Past, History, Time, Memory and Nostalgia. Paola Gentili, curator of Paper Art, selected Sacred Poem LXVII

  • Tell Me How You REALLY Feel: Diaristic Tendencies
    The Center for Book Arts
    July 11 - September 22, 2012

    New York, NY

    Kunstadt's one of a kind folio of 10 recombined antique photogravure postcards, Views of the Moselle, is included in this exhibition which focuses on artwork influenced by the concept and content of graphic novels, memoirs and travel journals with a strong visual presence.

    Additional Location:

    Payne Gallery, Moravian College, Bethlehem, PA, September 28 -November 4, 2012.

  • Annual Exhibition, National Association of Women Artists
    Sylvia Wald and Po Kim Gallery

    September 4 - 29, 2012
    New York, NY

    Sacred Poem LXI has been awarded the Florence & Irwin Zlowe Memorial Award for Works on Paper in the 123rd Annual Member's Exhibition.

  • 1000 Artist' Books, Exploring the BOOK as ART
    Quarry Books

    Sandra Salamony with Peter and Donna Thomas. The book is a timeless art form, one that is as alive today as ever before, and artists continue to explore and explode the boundaries of what a book is and can be. Ingenuity and creativity abounds in this carefully curated collection of both historically important and modern works. Works included are from the Sacred Poem Series.

  • Unbound II
    ArtisTree Gallery

    July 27 - August 25, 2012

    Woodstock, VT

    This juried show focuses on the idea of "the book" and how artists use that format as inspiration or as material to explore new ideas. Sacred Poem LXVIII and Sacred Poem LVIII have been selected.

    Manifest Research Gallery & Drawing Center
    June 1 - 29, 2012

    Cincinnati, OH

    Sacred Poem LXXVIII is included in Magnitude 7 which showcases work no larger than seven inches in any dimension. "....having a couple of galleries full of hand-sized works is somehow a relief steeped in the joy of small things well made, a menagerie of creativity, and a poignant reminder that bigger is not always better." A full color catalog is available
  • Art in Fiber
    Marblehead Arts Association

    May 5 - 27, 2012

    Marlblehead, MA

    An invitational exhibition assembled by Director Deborah Greel and Exhibition Coordinator Claudia Kaufman of the Marlblehead Arts Association and artist Sandra Golbert. "The exhibit showcases the varied media recognized under the umbrella of fiber art through an eclectic array of work by both regional and internationally recognized artists."

    Manifest Research Gallery & Drawing Center
    March 9 - April 6, 2012

    Cincinnati, OH

    TEXTUALITY is an international exhibition of works involving text or letterforms - where the verbal is made visual, where language returns into image. Sacred Poem LV is one of fifteen works chosen.  A full color catalog is available

  • A Different Point of View
    Point Park University
    March 23 - May 19, 2012

    Pittsburgh, PA

    Eric Shiner, Executive Director of the Andy Warhol Museum, in honor of the 25th anniversary of Women's History Month, selected 21 varied works of art from 15 female artists, which includes Kunstadt's Markings No. 45.
  • 9 x 9 x 3: New Visions, a Textile Study Group New York Exhibition
    Durst Organization, Lobby Gallery

    January 25 - March 2, 2012
    New York, NY

    9 x 9 x 3: New Visons is an exhibition of fiber art created to fit inside  9 x 9 x 3 boxes specially manufactured to TSGNY's specifications.  The Juror, Janet Koplos, Senior Editor of Art in America for 18 years and guest editor at American Craft, selected Sacred Poem LXXI and Sacred Poem LXIII. Color catalog available from

    Additional Locations:
    Mahady Gallery, Marywood University, Shields Center for Visual Arts, Scranton, PA (September 4 - October 13, 2012)
    Flinn Gallery, Greenwich Public Library, Greenwich, CT (October 25 - November 28, 2012)
    Holter Museum of Art, Helena, MT (May 15 - August 30, 2013)
    Dubuque Museum of Art, Dubuque, IA (May 9 - August 3, 2014)

  • Curt Teich Postcard Archives Postcard Art Competition & Exhibition (PACE 2011)
    Lake County Discovery Museum

    October 1, 2011- January 29, 2012
    Wauconda, IL

    Kunstadt's collage Good 'Morrow is a Purchase Award Finalist, and will be reproduced, and Birches is a Merit Award winner. This biennial exhibition, focusing new imaginative energy on a familiar form of expression, is dedicated to the American Picture Postcard, celebrating the postcard as art and visual document.

    Additional Locations:
    Columbia College Chicago Center for Book & Paper Arts. (August 1 - 24, 2012)

  • Carole P. Kunstadt - Sacred Poems
    Separate Ways
    The Interchurch Center 
    September 19 - October 21, 2011

    New York, NY

    Galleries at the Interchurch Center is pleased to present Separate Ways an exhibition of two artists: sisters Carole P. Kunstadt (Corridor Gallery) and Linda Pearlman Karlsbeg (Treasure Room). Kunstadt is exhibiting a comprehensive selection from her ongoing series Sacred Poems. Karlsberg's Transient Visions paintings are inspired by evanescent moments that reveal the light, lushness, tranquility and atmosphere at play in intimate corners of the landscape.
  • Multiple, Limited, Unique: Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Center for Book Arts,
    The Center for Book Arts
    July 6 - September 10, 2011
    New York, NY

    Sacred Poem XXXVII is in the Permanent Collection. This exhibition will serve as the public inauguration of the Center's newly accessible collections, which will stand as a valuable resource for artists, scholars, writers, educators, and the general public. A full color catalog is available.

    Additonal Locations:
    Savannah College of Arts and Design, Atlanta, GA (October 6 - December 9, 2011)
    The Minnesota Center for Book Arts, Minneapolis, MN (February 3 - May 6, 2012)
    The Museum of Printing History, Houston TX (May 31 - August 25, 2012)
    Lafayette College, Easton, PA (October 1 - December 31, 2012)
    Book Club of California, San Francisco, CA (January 21 - April 15, 2013)

  • A.I.R. Gallery 9th Biennial
    March 2 -27, 2011

    Brooklyn, NY

    Founded in 1972, A.I.R. Gallery is the first artist-run, not for profit contemporary art gallery for women artists in the country. A selection of five recent works from the ongoing Sacred Poem series has been selected by Juror Alexandra Schwartz of MoMA.
  • New York Fiber in the 21st Century
    Lehman College Art Gallery
    February 2 - May, 12, 2011

    Bronx, NY 

    This survey of more than fifty pieces of art by some two dozen artists demonstrates the vibrant diversity of fiber art on the New York scene. Curator Dr. Sandra Sider selected Sacred Poem XIII, Sacred Poem XXIII and Sacred Poem XLV.
  • The BOOK: A Contemporary View
    Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts
    December 22, 2010 - April 17, 2011.
    Wilmington, DE

    This exhibition addresses the themes of the book as object, subject, and concept. Stretching the definition of book, the show includes artist-made books, deconstructed books, and book installations. Work from the Sacred Poem and Old Testament series are included in the exhibit.

    Additional Location:
    Center for the Arts Gallery, Towson University, Towson, MD, (September 8 - November 5, 2011)

  • Gloria F. Ross & Modern Tapestry
    Yale University Press
    Ann Lane Hedlund

    Textile scholar Ann Hedlund traces the development of Ross' career, profiles the artists with whom she worked, documents the making of each tapestry series and illuminates the significance of her creative partnerships. Kunstadt's involvement in the  tapestry after the Helen Frankenthaler painting This Day is well documented.

  • I will cut thrU: Pochoirs, Carvings and Other Cuttings, Artist Members Exhibition
    The Center for Book Arts
    July 7 - September 11, 2010
    New York, NY

    This exhibit focuses on how the art of cutting: pochoir (stenciling), relief printing, paper cutting, and other related techniques are used to convey content, form, text, and image. Kunstadt's Sacred Poem XXXVII is included. A broad range of book and related arts are represented, including books, prints, woodblocks,linocuts, rubber stamps,sculpture, mixed media installation, film,video, and performance art. A catalog is available. 

    Additional Location:
    Barbara Walters Gallery, Heimbold Visual Arts Center, Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, NY. (October 7 - December 7, 2010)
  • Magnitude 7
    Manifest Creative Research Gallery and Drawing Center
    May 28 - June 25, 2010
    Cincinnati, OH

    Three works from Kunstadt's Sacred Poem Series are amongst the thirty-eight works no larger than seven inches in any dimension. Small works are intimate; inviting approach and inspection. Like short poetry, they are a challenge to craft with the same presence of their larger counterparts.

  • SLASH: Paper Under the Knife
    Museum of Arts and Design
    October 7, 2009
    - April 4, 2010
    New York, NY

    Slash takes the pulse of the international art world's renewed interest in paper as a creative medium and source of artistic inspiration, examining the remarkably diverse use of paper in a range of art forms.  The exhibition features work by 52 artists who cut, burn, tear, and shred paper to create compelling sculpture, installation, and video. A section of the exhibition will focus on artists who modify books to transform them into sculpture including three works from Kunstadt's Sacred Poems series. Learn about the exhibition by visiting the Museum of Arts and Design web site. Watch a 10-minute video about Slash that aired on Sunday Arts on PBS. 

  • Economies of Scale, The Textile Study Group of New York
    Phoenix Gallery
    January 7 - 31, 2009
    New York, NY

    Economies of Scale, juried by Lewis Knauss, features miniature works in fiber measuring no more than 6 inches by member artists of the Textile Study Group of New York. Sacred Poem XXXVIII and Sacred Poem LIV have been selected.

  • 5th International Book & Paper Arts Triennial
    Columbia College Chicago, Center for Book & Paper Arts

    July 25 - September 12, 2008
    Chicago, IL

    Jurors Robert McCamant, Pam Paulsrud and Max Yela selected fifty nine works including Sacred Poem XXXI. "The culture of the book is our future, and of making many books there is no end."

  • Eigth National Juried Exhibition
    Ceres Gallery

    May 20 - June 14, 2008
    New York, NY

    The Juror Magdalena Dabrowski, special consultant, Modern & Contemporary Art,  Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY, chose Sacred Poem X and Sacred Poem XXVII.
  • Contemporary Fiber
    Gallery of Contemporary Art
    Sacred Heart University
    April 27 - May 29, 2008
    Fairfield, CT

    Juror Nisha Drinkard selected thirty one works including Sacred Poem XXV and Sacred Poem XIV.

  • Carole P. Kunstadt: The Poetics of Collage
    Edward Hopper House Art Center

    February 2 - March 2, 2008
    Nyack, NY

    In the intimate setting of Edward Hopper's childhood home overlooking the Hudson River, a solo exhibition of the collage work of Carole P. Kunstadt beckons close scrutiny and delights in its details.

  • Intimate Eye, The Textile Study Group of NY
    Phoenix Gallery
    January 31 - February 24, 2007
    New York, NY

    An exhibition of small format work by members of the Textile Study Group. Sacred Poem XXIV, Sacred Poem XXVI, and Sacred Poem XXV were selected by Juror Artist Jean Shin.

  • Small Works
    80 Washington Square East Galleries
    New York University
    February 2 - March 14, 2008

    New York, NY

    Juror, Richard Witter of OK Harris Works of Art, New York, NY, selected Sacred Poem XLVIII for the 31st Small Works Competition and Exhibition.
  • Small Works 2007
    Attleboro Arts Museum

    June 15 - July 14, 2007
    Attleboro, MA

    Curator and Art Historian Beth Conrad McLaughlin selected Sacred Poem XVII.

  • Small Works
    80 Washington Square East Galleries
    New York University
    February 3 - March 9, 2007

    New York, NY

    Juror, Jim Kempner, Director of Jim Kempner Fine Art, new York, NY, selected Markings No. 16 for the 30th Small Works Competition and Exhibition.

  • Women and Spirituality
    The Interchurch Center
    October 12 - November 13, 2006

    New York, NY

    For this N.A.W.A. exhibition presenting a visual exploration of women and their spirituality, Kunstadt's Sacred Poem XVI and Sacred Poem XX are featured. The exhibit, presented in conjunction with the "Women in Religion" conference, offers art inspired by traditional religions as well as less mainstrem practices.
  • Seventh National Juried Exhibition
    Ceres Gallery
    May 23 - June 17, 2006
    New York, NY

    The Juror Cora Rosevear, Associate Curator of Painting and Sculpture, Museum of Modern Art, NY, selected Markings No. 25, Markings No. 26, Markings No. 27, Markings No. 32, Markings No. 40, and Markings No. 41.
  • Small Works
    80 Washington Square East Galleries
    New York University
    February 4 - March 10, 2006

    New York, NY

    Juror,Jack Shainman, Director, Jack Shainman Gallery, NY, NY, has selected Markings No. 35 for the 29th Small Works Competition and Exhibition.
  • Small Works 2006
    Attleboro Arts Museum

    May 7 - May 26, 2006
    Attleboro, MA

    Jurors and Curators Katherine French and Nancy Whipple Grinnell selected Markings No. 20.

  • American Drawing Biennial 8
    Muscarelle Museum of Art, College of William and Mary

    June 11 - August 14, 2005
    Williamsburg, VA

    Juror Phyllis Rosenzweig, Curator of Works on Paper, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C. chose the drawing Stacked - graphite, oil pastel and gouache on paper.

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