What you see below is an abbreviated bibliography.  


Cooper Union, New York, NY

B.F.A., Yale University, New Haven, CT, 1952

Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, New York, NY1953



Lecturing nationally and internationally

University of Pennsylvania, Visiting Professor, 1993-98

Pennsylvania Academy, Visiting Professor, 1990-94

Master Workshop, Atlantic Center for the Arts, New Symrna Beach, FL, 1986

Mellon Professor, Cooper Union, New York, NY, 1982

Albert Dorne Professor, University of Bridgeport, CT, 1975

School of Visual Arts, New York, NY, 1970-74

Riverside Museum Master Institute, New York, NY, 1966-67

New York University, New York, NY, 1960-68

Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY, 1960-68



Honorary Doctorate, Clark University, 2015

Honorary Doctorate, Pennsylvania Academy of Art, 2012

Ziegfeld Lectureship Award for Contribution to Education and Culture—National Art Education Association, 2007

Honorary Doctorate, Lyme Academy of Art, 2004

National Design for Transportation Award, presented by Jane Alexander, N.E.A. Chairman, and Federico Pena, Secretary of Transportation, awarded for the Rock Hill Gateway project, 1995-96

Member of the Board of Directors, College Art Association of America, 1989-93

Honorary Professor, George Washington University, 1994

Artist of the Year Award, New York City Art Teachers Assoc., 1985

Saint-Gaudens Medal, Cooper Union, 1982

Cooper Union Citation and Honorary Doctorate, 1977

Butler Institute of Art Award of Merit, 1974



2015    "Audrey Flack, the Abstract Expressionist Years," Hollis Taggart Galleries, New York, NY

2015    "Heroines: Audrey Flack's Transcendent Drawings and Prints," Williams Center Gallery, Lafayette College, PA

2015    “Transient Beauty: Photographs by Audrey Flack,” Taubman Museum, Roanoke, VA

2012    “Audrey Flack: Sculpture 1989-2012,” Gary Snyder Gallery, New York, NY

2012    “Audrey Flack: Recent Pages from an Ancient Past,” Mason Gross Galleries, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ

2012    “Metamorphoses: Pictures by Audrey Flack,” Mabel Smith Douglas Library Galleries, New Brunswick, NJ

2010    “Audrey Flack Paints a Picture,” Gary Snyder Project Space, New York, NY

2009    Audrey Flack—Abstract Expressionist to Photo Realist Lewallen Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

2008    Apex Gallery New York City—Responses to 9/11

2007    "Daphne Speaks: An Exhbition of Sculpture and Master Workshop Prints," University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND

2007    "Audrey Flack: Abstract Expressionist," Rider University Art Gallery, Lawrenceville, NJ

2007    "Plasters and Disasters—Audrey Flack's Recent Sculpture," Kingsborough Community College, NY

2002    “Drawings, Watercolors, & Sculptures: Responses to 9/11” Vered Gallery, East Hampton, NY

2001    “Plein Air Watercolors and Drawings,” Bernaducci-Meisel Gallery, New York, NY

1999    “Icons of the 20th Century,” Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GA

1998    “Audrey Flack—Reflections in a Mirror,” Miami University Art Museum, Oxford, OH

1998    “Audrey Flack—New Work,” Louis K. Meisel Gallery, New York, NY

1996    “Daphne Speaks,” Guild Hall Museum, East Hampton, NY

1996    “Amor Vicit Omnia,” Art Museum of Western Virgina, Roanoke, VA



2012          “Hyperrealism 1967-2012,” Madrid, Spain

2010          “American Art” National Museum, Krakow, Poland

2009          “American Photorealism,” Deutsche Guggenheim Museum, Berlin

2006          “American Photorealist Posters,” SACE, Florence, Italy

2005          “The Art of 9/11,” Curated by Arthur Danto, Apex Art

2002-5       Exhibitions touring throughout Italy, France, and Japan

2003-4       “The Art of Aging,” Hebrew Union College, Brookdale Center, NY

2000         “Reinventing the Goddess,” Pinnacle Gallery, Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GA

1996          "Classicism in the 20th Century," Lizan-Tops Gallery, East Hampton, NY

1996          "Women as Mythmakers," Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery, College of Pennsylvania, Lebanon Valley, PA

1996          "Divine Flesh," Artopia Gallery, New York, NY

1995-96    "Narcissism," California Center for the Arts Museum, Scondido, Ca

1995-96    "In Three Dimensions," Snug Harbor Museum, Staten Island, NY



2015          The Abstract Expressionist Years, introduction by Irving Sandler, essay by Robert Mattison

2015          Audrey Flack Heroines, essay by Robert Mattison

2012          Metamorphosis: Paintings, Drawings, and Prints, essay by Helen Molesworth

2010          Audrey Flack Sculpture 1989-2010, essay by Arthur C. Danto

2010          Gary Snyder Project Space, essay by Jeanne Hamilton

2009          Lewallen catalog, essay by Robert Morgan

2000-5       Catalogs accompany all of the exhibitions

1996            Strassfield, Christina Mossaides, Korn, Henry—“Daphne Speaks,” Guild Hall Museum, East Hampton, NY

1996            Jones, Arthur F, "Love Conquiers All," Art Museum of West Virginia, Illustrated

1996            Ramlijac, Susanne, “Divine Flesh,” Artopia Gallery, New York, NY, Illustrated

1995-96      Shaw, Reesey, “Narcism,” California Center for the Arts Museum, Escondido, CA

1995-96      “In Three Dimensions,” Snug Harbor Museum, Staten Island, NY, Illustrated


PUBLIC COLLECTIONS  (Partial listing)

Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, New York

Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, New York

Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New York

Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts

Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio

Stuart M. Speiser Collection, Smithsonian Institution,           

Washington, DC

HHK Foundation for Contemporary Art, Inc., New York, New York

Australian National Gallery, Canberra, Australia

National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia

San Francisco Museum of Fine Art, San Francisco, California

National Museum of American Art, Washington, DC

University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas

St. Louis Museum of Art, St. Louis, Missouri

Dallas Museum of Fine Art, Dallas, Texas

University of Arizona, Phoenix, Arizona

Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York

Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, North Carolina

Wadsworth Athenaeum, Hartford, Connecticut

Capricorn Gallery, Baltimore, Maryland

Akron Art Museum, Akron, Ohio

National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC

New York University Collections, New York, New York

Reynolda House Museum, Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Art Museum of Western Virginia, Roanoke, Virginia

Speed Museum of Art, Louisville, Kentucky

Cornell Fine Arts Museum, Winter Park, Florida

Bulter Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio

Cameron Art Museum, Wilmington North Carolina

The Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa Florida

The Phoenix Museum of Art, Phoenix, Arizona



1998-2015       Flack, Audrey. Art & Other Miracles - a Memoir  

1992               Flack, Audrey. Sketchbook 1985-89. National Museum of Women in the Arts.

1989                Flack, Audrey. Audrey FlackThe Daily Muse, Harry N. Abrams, Inc., New York, New York

1986                Flack, Audrey. Art and Soul, E.P. Dutton, New York, New York

1981                Flack, Audrey. Audrey Flack On Painting, with essay by Ann Sutherland Harris, and Introduction by Lawrence Alloway.

                       Harry N. Abrams, Inc., NY

1981                Flack, Audrey. "On Carlo Crivelli", Arts Magazine, June

1978                Flack, Audrey. “Louisa Ignacia Roldan,” Women's Studies, Vol. 6, Gordon and Breach Science Publishers Ltd., Great Britain; also

                        published in Helicon Nine, 1979.



2003               Tony Janson—the newly revised edition of "The History of Art," contains significant writings on the sculptural works of Audrey Flack

1992                Gouma-Peterson, Thalia. Breaking the Rules, Audrey Flack A Retrospective 1950-1990, with essays by Patricia Hills, Thalia Gouma-Peterson, Lawrence Alloway and Susan P.




Ars Victoria 9’ high with base, bronze, patinated, gilded, and painted, commissioned by the University of Arizona Museum of Art. Bronze. Installed 2012

Colossal Head of Daphne 8' high,12' with base. Patinated bronze, private commission, Nashville TN. Installed 2010

Colossal Head of Daphne 8' high, 12' with base. Cast resin and wood, patinated, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND. Installed 2007

The Recording Angel ” 10' singed figure rising to a height of 15' on its base, patinated bronze, Schermerhorn Symphony Hall, Nashville, TN. Installed December 2006

Veritas et Justitia 10’ full length figure of Justice for the newly built Thirteenth Judicial Courthouse. Two 40" bronze maquettes to be installed at related courthouses.  One bronze head of the 10' statue of Veritas to be installed in the interior rotunda of the Thirteenth Judicial courthouse. Patinated bronze, Tampa, FL. Installed 2007

Bella Apollonia 5’ high, 9’ high with detailed base, bronze, patinated, and gilded, Commissioned by the Hillsborough County Art Commission for the City of Tampa, FL. Installed 2004

Galatea Fountain 7’ high, 12’ with base, patinated and gilded bronze, for the city ofSouth Pasadena, FL. Installed 2001

Colossal Head of Justice re-named "Beloved Woman of Justice" by Chief Bird of the Cherokee Nation, 48” high, 8’ high on base, patinated and gilded bronze, Howard Baker Jr. Federal Courthouse, Knoxville, TN. Installed 2000

Quewe Pehelle 7’ bronze, 12’ high with base, Lebanon Valley College, Anneville, PA. Installed 1997

Queen Catherine of Braganza 35’ high, five stories high with base, winner of the international competition to build a monument to Catherine of Braganza, a Portuguese princess who became Queen of England, and the namesake of the Borough of Queens. Within the Queens West Development Project on the East River opposite the United Nations, this five-story sculpture will be second in size only to the Statue of Liberty. The statute was to be sited in Hunters Point, directly across the East River, opposite from the United Nations. This project was never completed due to a conflict of interest with community groups who shut down the project.

Star Girl 48” high, gilded and patinated bronze, Art Museum of Western Virginia, Roanoake, VA. Installed 1996

Civitas The Four Visions, four 13’ high bronze female figures, 20’ high with base, designed in collaboration with architect Michael Gallis, each figure displayed a unique symbol indicating four separate and meaningful aspects of the city of Rock Hill, SC. (Awarded the Design for Transportation Award by the United States government, 1996)

Islandia 5’ high, 9’ on base, bronze, Edward Larabe Barnes atrium, New York City Technical College, Brooklyn NY. Installed 1988