Carole Seborovski

Born San Diego, CA
Lives and works in New York City


M.F.A., Hunter College, New York, NY

New York Studio School

 B.F.A., California College of the Arts, Oakland, CA

Selected Solo Exhibitions

Carole Seborovski, Galerie Karsten Greve, Cologne, Germany

Carole Seborovski, Nohra Haime Gallery, New York, NY

In-Formation, Thomas Hunter Project Room, New York, NY

Works on Paper and Mixed Media, Galerie Karsten Greve, Cologne, Germany

Carole Seborovski, Galerie Karsten Greve, Paris, France

Mixed Media, Haines Gallery, San Francisco, CA

Carole Seborovski, Galerie Karsten Greve, Milan, Italy
Recent Works, Miller Block Gallery, Boston, MA

Works on Paper, Haines Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Recent Works, Mitchell-Innes & Nash Gallery, New York, NY

Photographs and Mixed Media, John Weber Gallery, New York, NY

Recent Works, Galleria Karsten Greve, Milan, Italy
Carole Seborovski, Galerie Karsten Greve,Cologne, Germany
Recent Works, Locks Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

Carole Seborovski, Angles Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

Carole Seborovski, John Weber Gallery, New York, NY
Carole Seborovski, Gallery Karsten Greve, Milan, Italy

Carole Seborovski, John Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Recent Works, Galerie Karsten Greve, Paris, France

Carole Seborovski, John Weber Gallery, New York, NY
Carole Seborovski, Angles Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
Carole Seborovski, Betsy Senior Contemporary Prints, New York, NY

Carole Seborovski, Angles Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
Carole Seborovski, Galerie Karsten Greve, Cologne, Germany

New Work, Angles Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
Carole Seborovski, Galerie Karsten Greve, Paris, France

Carole Seborovski, Lorence-Monk Gallery, New York, NY

Carole Seborovski, Lorence-Monk Gallery, New York, NY

Carole Seborovski, Hunter College Gallery, New York, NY
Carole Seborovski, Damon Brandt Gallery, New York, NY

Group Exhibitions


Anderson Collection 10th Anniversary, Anderson Collection at Stanford University,

     Stanford, CA.

Sans Mélo, Curated by Fritz Steinhart, Thomas Ammann Fine Art AG, Zurich,

Women and Abstraction: 1741-Now, Curated by Gordon Wilkins, Addison Gallery of  
     American Art, Andover, MA.
Faculty and Staff Show, Thomas Hunter Project Room, Hunter College, New      
                             York, NY.
Map and Territory Environmental Art from the Panza Collection, Hauser & Wirth, St. 
    Moritz, Switzerland.
The Collection, Curated by Christina Sonderegger, MASI Palazzo Reali, Lugano,    

Works on Paper from Eight Visionary Artists, Curated by Ruth Fine, Haines Gallery,  
     San Francisco, CA

Where Were You At Night, Curated by Darren Leak and Bianca Chu.  
     Sotheby’s S2, London, UK.
NYSS 2019 Alumni Invitational, Curated by: Robeert Franca, David Humphrey,
     Judith Linhares, Fran O'Neal, Claire Sherman, New York Studio School, NY, NY.
Sculpt-ure, Nohra Haime Gallery, New York, NY
Notebook, Curated by Joanne Greenbaum, 56 Henry,  New York, NY
Divine Intervention, Curated by Teri Hackett, Christ Church, Sag Harbor, NY   
97x140 cm, Ramin Haerizadeh, Rokni Haerizadeh, Hasam Rahmanian Studio,  
     Dubai, UAE

X Marks the Spot: Women of the New York Studio School, NYSS, NY
Invitational LREI Art Auction, Pace Gallery, New York, NY

Holding it Together, Teri Hackett Studio, Brooklyn, NY
New Place, New Space, Nohra Haime Gallery, NY,NY

Invitational Art Auction, LREI, 555 West 25th,  NY, NY

Triennial, Museum of Contemporary Ceramics, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
6x6, JVS Project Space, NYC
Works on Paper, Nohra Haime Gallery, (Project Room)  NYC
Invitational LREI Art Auction, Openhouse Mulberry, NYC.

Abstractions on Paper, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville,
Out of their Elements: Jill Bonovitz, Toni Ross, Carole Seborovski, Ricco Maresca
     Gallery, NYC.
The Armory Show at the Piers, Ricco Maresca Gallery, NYC.

LREI Art Auction, Saatchi and Saatchi, New York City

Art Protects, Yvon Lambert Gallery, Paris, France

Tribute to Giuseppe Panza di Biumo, Cantonale d’Arte Museum, Lugano,
The Artists of Zyzzyva, Mina Dresden Gallery, San Francisco, CA
New York/New Drawings, 1946-2007, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo Esteban
     Vicente, Segovia, Spain.

At 21: Gifts and Promised Gifts in Honor of The Contemporary Museum’s 20th
The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, HI
Art Basel Miami, Gallery Karsten Greve
Intangible Moods, Nohra Haime Gallery, New York City
On Paper, Galerie Karsten Greve, Paris

Photographic Works, Benefit Exhibition, Cohan and Leslie Gallery, NYC
Fundamental Abstraction II, Haines Gallery,San Francisco, CA
Group Show 2008:Joseph Albers,Louise Bourgeois, James Brown, John        
     Chamberlain, Gotthard Graubner, Paco Knoller, Carole Seborovski, Pierre
     Soulages, Cy Twombly,
Galerie Karsten Greve, Paris, France.

De-Natured: Works from the Anderson Collection,”The San Jose Museum of Art,
     San Jose, CA
Art Protects, Yvon Lambert Gallery, Paris, France
Experimentation, Nohra Haime Gallery, New York City
Art Basel Miami, Gallery Karsten Greve

Group Show, Galerie Karsten Greve, St. Moritz, Switzerland

The Mark of Minimalism, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New
Salon, Nohra Haime Gallery, New York City
LREI Art Auction, I-20 Gallery, New York, NY
Faculty Show, Hunter College, Times Square Gallery, NYC

Under Glass- Works on Paper 1960 to 2000, Anthony Grant, Inc. NYC
Drawings of Choice, from a New York Collection, Cincinnati Art Museum, OH
Works on Paper, Haines Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Tasty Buds, The Work Space, New York City
Drawings of Choice, from a New York Collection, Krannert Art Museum,University of
     Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Ill.

New York Studio School 2002 Alumni Exhibition, Charles Cowles Gallery, NYC
Faculty Small Works Show,The Bertha And Karl Leubsdorf Art Gallery, Hunter
     College, NYC
Dreamy, Margaret Thatcher Projects, NYC
From Stone to Foam, Nohra Haime Gallery, NYC
The Synthetic Century- Collage from Cubism to Postmodernism,Selections from the
Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT

I Love New York Arts Benefit, Mitchell-Innes & Nash Gallery, New York City
Minimalism, Jim Kempner Fine Arts, NYC
Panza di Biumo Gift Show, Studio la Citta, Verona, Italy

Benefit for the Foundation for Contemporary Performance Arts, Matthew Marks
     Gallery, NYC
Celebrating Modern Art: The Anderson Collection, San Francisco Museum of
     Modern Art, CA
Recent American Drawings from a New York Private Collection, Block Museum,
     Chicago, The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu
Consonanze, Museo Cantonale d’Arte, Lugano, Switzerland
Collecting Drawings, Not Artists: Gifts from the Collection of Sarah-Ann and Werner
Fogg Art Museum, Cambidge, MASS
Recent Works, Jim Kempner Fine Art, New York, NY
End Papers: Drawings 1890-1900 and 1990-2000, Neuberger Museum of
     Art,Purchase, NY
Drawing is another kind of Language: Recent American Drawings from a New York
     Private Collection,
Lyman Allyn Art Museum, Connecticut College, CT

Works on Paper, Mitchell-Innes and Nash, New York, NY
Into the New Century, Nohra Haime Gallery, New York, NY
Often, Margaret Thatcher Projects, New York, NY
Neuere Amerikanische Zeichnungen aus einer New Yorker Privatsammlung,
     Academie der Kunste,
Berlin, Germany,The Parish Art Museum, New York

Neuere Amerikanische Zeichnungen aus einer New Yorker Privatsammlung, Kunst-
     Museum Ahlen, Germany and Kunstmuseum Winterhur Switzerland
Bang on a Can Benefit, GAGA, New York, NY

Drawing is another kind of Language: Recent American Drawings from a New York
     Private Collection,
Arthur M. Sackler Museum, Harvard University Art Museums,
     Cambridge, MA
Colleccio’ Panza di Biumo, The Exhibition in Sa Llonja, Palma de Mallorca,Baleares,
The Panza di Biumo Donation To the Museo Cantonale d’Arte, Lugano,Switzerland
Studio Faculty Selects, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY
Group Show, Dutchess Community College, NY

25th Anniversary: 25 Younger Artists, John Weber Gallery, NY
Four Collectors: Nineteenth and Twentieth-Century Drawings and works on Paper,
     Century Club, New York, NY
One Thousand Nine Hundred and Ninety-Seven Postcards, Gallery 7 Hong Kong
The Essential Object, curated by Signe Mayfield, Palo Alto Art Center, CA
Group Show, Dutchess Community College, NY
Scratch, Thread Waxing Space, New York, NY
Matters of the Heart, Haines Gallery, San Francisco,CA

Prints to Benefit the Foundation for Contemporary Arts, Brooke Alexander, New
     York, NY
The Faux Show, Altered Stages, New York, NY
Seductive Matter, Rice University Art Gallery, Houston, TX
Object Lessons-Feminine Dialogues with the Surreal, Huntington Gallery,
     Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA
Wax, Nohra Haime Gallery, New York, NY
Significant Artists’ Works on Paper, Haines Gallery, San Francisco,CA

Paper Work, John Weber Gallery, New York, NY
Contemporary Abstract American Prints, Addison Gallery, Andover, MA

Return to the Cadvre Exquis, The Drawing Center,New York NY
New Sculpture, Soft Surfaces, Transamerica Pyramid Lobby San Francisco,CA
On Paper, Barbara Mathes Gallery, New York, NY
Intuitive Perception, Nohra Haime, New York, NY
Drawings, Anthony Ralph Gallery at Earl McGrath, Los Angeles, CA

Summer Becomes Eclectic, Mars Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Cultural Fabrication, John Good Gallery, New York, NY
Drawn in the Nineties, The Katonah Museum of Art, NY

Small works on Paper, John Berggruen Gallery,San Francisco,CA
Geometric Perspectives, Pfizer, Inc
Toward a New Museum: Recent Acquisitions in Painting and Sculpture, 1985-1991,
     San Francisco Museum of Art, CA
Amerikanische Druckgraphik, Galerie Cora Holzl, Dusseldorf, Germany

Lineas de Vision:Dibujos de Artistas Contemporaneas, Museo de Arte
     Contemporano de Caracas, Venezuela
Black and White Prints, Lorence-Monk, New York, NY
Drawings, Lorence-Monk, New York, NY
Minimalism and Post Minimalism, Hood Museum,Dartmouth College, NH
Unique Works on Paper, Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester, NY

Fundamental Abstraction, Haines Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Lines of Vision: Drawings by Contemporary Women, Hillwood Art Gallery,Brookville,
Surface and Intent: Joseph Amar, Ford Beckman, Carole Seborovski, Anderson Gallery,Virginia Commonwealth University Richmond, VA
Garner Tullis Workshop Monotypes, Persons and Lindell Gallery, Helsinki, Finland
Drawings, Lorence-Monk Gallery, New York, NY
Paintings and Works on Paper, Lorence-Monk Gallery, NY,NY
Works on Paper-A Changing Exhibition, Angles Gallery Santa Monica, CA
Summer Group Exhibition, Lorence-Monk Gallery, New York,NY

Formal, Dart Gallery,Chicago, IL
Works on Paper, Selections from The Garner Tullis Workshop, Pamela Auchincloss
     Gallery, NYC
Nancy Haynes, Donald Judd, Carole Seborovski, John Good Gallery, NYC
Group Exhibition, Lorence-Monk Gallery, New York, NY
NonrePRESENTation, Security Pacific Corporation Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
In-Side, Barbara Krakow Gallery, Boston, MA
Drawings, Reynolds/Minor Gallery, Richmond, VA
The New Generation, Elaine Benson Gallery, Bridgehampton, NY

Drawings from the Eighties, Carnegie Mellon University Art Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
Painting, Lorence-Monk Gallery, New York, NY
Recent Acquisitions: Prints and Portfolios, The Brooklyn Museum, NY
Paintings and Sculpture by Candidates for Art Awards, American Academy and
     Institute for the Arts and Letters
Works by Gallery Artists, Damon Brandt Gallery, New York, NY
Melancholy, Anne Plumb Gallery, New York, NY
Drawings, Barbara Krakow Gallery, Boston, MA

Art on Paper, Weatherspoon Gallery, Greensboro, NC
Etchings, Damon Brandt Gallery, New York, NY
American Biennial of Graphic Arts, Museo de Arte Moderno, La Tertuila, Cali,
Abstraction: New Points of View, Nohra Haime Gallery, NYC
Works by Gallery Artists, Damon Brandt Gallery, New York, NY

Fall Invitational, Damon Brandt Gallery, New York, NY
Unaffiliated Artists’ Show, Hillwood Art Gallery, C.W. Post Center, Long Island
     University, NY
Pastels, Nohra Haime, New York, NY
Tom Bills, Carole Seborovski, Manhhattan Art, NY

Selected Drawings by Eleven Artists, Willard Gallery, NYC

Public Collections

Addison Gallery, Phillips Academy, Andover, MA
Arkansas Arts Center
Art, Design & Architecture Museum, UC Santa Barbara, California
The Baltimore Museum, Maryland
The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY
Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA
Chase Manhattan Bank, New York
Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Ohio
Dallas Museum of Art
Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge,MA
The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, HI
Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover,NH
Merril Lynch Inc., New York
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Museo Cantonale d’Arte, Lugano, Switzerland
Museum of Modern Art, New York
National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
New York Public Library, Wallach Division of Art
Princeton University Art Museum
San Diego Museum of Art
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, California
Tel Aviv Museum, Israel
The Panza Collection, Italy
The Refco Collection, Chicago
J. Walter Thompson, New York
Wadsworth Atheneum, Connecticut
Weatherspoon Art Gallery, Greensboro,N.C.
Paine Webber, New York
Whitney Museum of Art, New York
Yale University Art Gallery

Grants Residencies, Awards

Hunter College, Ceramics, Artist in Residence
Hunter College, Ceramics, Artist in Residence
Hunter College, Ceramics, Artist in Residence
2005, 07            
Hunter College, Ceramics, Artist in Residence
Art Development Committee Grant
Art Development Committee Grant
National Endowment for the Arts Grant
Agnes Bourne Fellowship in Visual Arts
Djerassi Foundation, Artist in Residence
American Academy of Arts and Letters, Hassam, Speicher, Betts, and Symons Purchase Fund
Villa Montalvo, Saratoga, CA , Artist in Residence
Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant



Addison Gallery presents ‘Women and Abstraction: 1741–Now’, 24 July 2023
Whyte, Murray. “Abstraction is women’s work, too, at Addison Gallery of American 
     Art. The Boston Globe, 9 March 2023.
Barlow, Deborah. “Let Form Speak.” Slow Muse, 26 Feb. 2023, .

Geist, Carolin A. "Map and Territory: Environmental Art from the Panza    
     Collection." The Engadin St. Moritz Art Hub, 8 July 2021.
Seborovski, Carole, "Dear Forrest Bess." You & I Are Earth. Ed. Fergus Feehily.  
     Berlin/ Dublin: Paper Visual Art Journal, 2021. 71-73. Print.

Herrmann, Simone, "Eyes Wide Shut I, II, and III." AD Magazine (German  
     version), 04 June 2020: illus.
Linden, Thomas, "Disturbing Encounter with the Mirror Image". Kolnische  
, 2 May 2020: illus. p. 14.
Wach, Alexandra. "Please Don't Push!" Welt am Sonntag, v. 27,  26 April  
     2020: illus. p. 40.
"Exhibition featuring works by American artist Carole Seborovski opens at
     Galerie Karsten Greve.", 24 March 2020: illus.

Lispector, Clarice. Where Were You at Night. exh. cat. London, UK:
     Sotheby’s S2, 2019: pp. 181-195.
D'Agostino, Paul & Franca, Robert, 2019 Alumni Invitational. exh. cat. New York: New York Studio School, 2019: illus. p. 8.

Tcheyan, Michael, and Wilkin, Karen.  X Marks the Spot. exh. cat. New York: New    
     York Studio School,  2018:  illus. p. 13. 
Baldwin, Malado, Ibar, Maia, Haldrup, Erin. “Curators Debate the Pros and
     Cons of All-Women’s Art Shows.” 20 April 2018: illus.

Yau, John. "Erotic and Abstract." 3 April 2016: illus.
Bergman, Jeff. "151-Carole Seborovski.” 4 April 2016, illus.
Meehan, Meagan. “Artist Spotlight: Carole Seborovski.” 17 Mar. 
     2016: illus.
“Carole Seborovski: Physical Intuition."  exh. cat. New York: Nohra Haime Gallery, 
     2016: illus.
Furman, Anna. "Carole Seborovski's Mixed-Media Collages Explore Abstract
     Space." 3 Mar. 2016: illus.           

The Air: Artist in Residence. New York: Hunter College 2015: 34-35, illus.
Thomas Hunter Projects–Exhibited Artists. exh. cat. New York: Hunter College 2015:
     pp. 78-79, illus.

Kerr, Merrily. “Don’t Miss: Carole Seborovski-Out of Their Elements at Ricco
     Maresca Gallery.” New York Art Tours. Web 8 Nov. 2013: illus.
Selz, Gabriel. “Creating Art Out of Their Element.” Hamptons Art Hub
    31 Oct. 2013, illus.
“Armory Modern Highlights.” Blouin Artinfo Armory Show Special Daily Edition 9-10
     Mar. 2013: p. 10: illus.
Newell Peacock, Leslie. “Filling a Gap at Crystal Bridges.” Arkansas Times  16 Jan.  


Collischan, Judy. Made in the U.S.A. e-text and Web Nov. 2010: 274
Lanzanova,Elena. “A Tribute to the First Lugano Giuseppe Panza di Biumo.” Arcadja
     Art Magazine
17 Aug. 2010.
Hamlin, Louise and Sacca, Michael. Ink Across Time: The Living Tradition
 Printmaking. Films Media Group, Dartmouth College. Film. 2010.

“Kramarsky Art Collection on View at Museo de Arte Contemporaneo Esteban
     Vicente.” Art Knowelege News.  Web. 2009.
“Moody With a Chance of Abstraction.” Chelsea Clinton News 1 Oct. 2009, illus.
“Group Show, Galerie Karsten Greve.” Art Slant, Paris, Feb. 2009.
“On Paper:Les Arts Visuels.” Web. Jan.2009
“Collection Kramarsky, the Roll of Paper, the Energy Transcript.” Hoy.Es Web 2 Mar.

“Women and Leadership.” The McKinsey Quarterly v4 (2008): 34, illus.
Derrick R. Cartwright, et al. 560 Broadway: A New York Drawing Collection at Work,
Ed. Eshoo, Amy. New Haven: Yale University Press and Fifth Floor
     Foundation, 2008: p. 130 illus.

Green, Heather. De-Natured, Carole Seborovski. podcast, Web. San Jose
     Museum of Art, 13 Oct. 2007.
Panza,Giuseppe. Memories of a Collector. Italy: Abbeville Press Publishers, 2007:
     pp. 270-271
Galloway, Anne.“Minimalism at the Hood.” Rutland Herald Times Argus,
     8 May 2005.
Lind, Margaret. The Mark of Minimalism. exh. cat. Hanover, NH: Hood
     Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, 2005: p. 5 illus.

Kisters, Jurgen. “Moderne Fetische.” Kolner Stadt-Anzeiger, 19 Feb. 2004.
Hurwitz, Laurie. “Carole Seborovski, Karsten Greve, Paris.” Art News, June 2003:
     p. 128 illus.
Mine, Molly. “Carole Seborovski.”Paris Capitale, 10 Feb.-10 Mar. 2003:
     127 illus.
Mazingarbe, Daniele. “Carole Seborovski.” Le Figaro, Madame Figaro
     8 Feb. 2003: 46 illus.

Hodermarsky, Elizabeth and Reynolds, Jock. The Synthetic Century: Collage from
     Cubism to Postmodernism, Selections
from the Collection exh. cat. New Haven:
     Yale University Art Gallery, 2002.
Wolfskill, Phoebe. Drawings of Choice, from a New York Collection. exh.
     cat. Champaign, Illinois: Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois at Urbana and Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock Arkansas, 2002: 142-145 illus.

McQuaid, Cate. “Spirituality and Desire Embodied.” The Boston Globe, 17 May 2001.
Koplos, Janet. “Carole Seborovski at Mitchell-Innes & Nash.” Art
 America, Oct. 2000: 164 illus.
Benezra, Neal. Renewing Modernism: Celebrating Modern Art, The
 Collection. exh. cat. Berkeley: University of California Press and
     San Franciso Museum of Modern Art, 2000: 193, 386 illus. 225.
Ebony, David. “David Ebony’s Top Ten.” Artnet. Web. Apr. 2000, illus.
Naves, Mario. ”Currently Hanging.” The New York Observer  3 Apr. 2000:16
     illus. Karlins, N.F. “Reviews: Drawing Notebooks.” Artnet. Web. Apr. 2000, illus.
Collischan, udy. End Papers: 1890-1900 and 1990-2000. exh. cat. Purchase, NY:
     Neuberger Museum of Art, State University of New York, 2000: 29 illus.
“Often/Margaret Thatcher Projects.” New York Contemporary Art Report v2 Issue
     X (Dec.1999-Jan. 2000): 125

Landi, Ann. “Drawing Is Another Kind of Language.” ARTnews Dec. 1999:172
Coblence, Fracoise. Dessiner Est Un Autre Langage. exh. cat. Amiens,  
     France: Musee de Picardie, 1999 illus.
Braff, Phyllis. “Drawing Is Another Kind of Language.” The New York Times 
     31 Oct. 1999: 21

“Carole Seborovski/ John Weber Gallery.” New York Contemporary Art
Oct. 1998: 88-89, illus.
Levin, Kim. “Voice Choices.” The Village Voice 29 Sept.1998:90
Weidle, Barbara. “Magazine Reviews:Letter From Berlin.” Artnet. Web. 1998
Archacki,”Lorraine. “Nature, Girl Stuff, and the Surreal- A Conversation with Carole
     Seborovski.” The Country and Abroad. Sept.1998: 21-24 illus.
Temin, Christine. “Drawing Their Own Conclusions” The Boston Globe
      21 Jan.1998: F1-2
Sherman,Mary. “Exhibit Redefines Nature of Drawing.” Boston Sunday
11 Jan.1998: 46
 Hill,Shawn. “When Minimalism is not a Dirty Word.”Cambridge Chronical, 
     15-21 Jan.1998: pp. 11-12

Lee, Pamela. “Drawing is Another Kind of Language: Recent American
     Drawings from a New York Private Collection.
exh. cat. Cambridge: Harvard
     University Art Museums,1997: pp. 160-63 illus.
Panza, Giuseppe. The Exhibition in Sa Llonja:Colleccio Panzadi Biumo. exh. cat.
     Palma de Mallorca, Baleares Spain:1997 pp. 94-101, 129-131 illus., 
Disch, Maddalena and Franciolli, Marco. The Panza di Biumo Donation to the Museo
     Cantonale d’Arte.
exh. cat. Lugano, Switzerland: Museo Cantonale d’Arte, 1997:
     pp. 156-161, 252-255 illus.
Archacki,Lorraine. Studio Faculty Selects.” The Country and Abroad, 1 Oct 1997:
     21-22, illus.
Rice, Robin. “Critic’s Pick: Phoebe Adams and Carole Seborovski.”
     Philadelphia City Paper 31 Jan. -6 Feb. 1997. illus.
 Mellrod, George. “Openings, Altered Egos.” Art & Antiques Feb. 1997: 30 illus.
Chin, Mel and Salpeter, Ellen.  Scratch. exh. cat. New York: Thread Waxing
     Space, 1996, illus.
Frank,Peter. “Ross Rudel, Carole Seborovski at Angles.” ARTnews, Apr. 1996:141.
Pagel,David. “Seborovski’s Work Has Obsessive Touch.” Los Angeles Times 
     2 Feb.1996: p. 21 illus.

Beudert, Monique, Wells, Jennifer, Flam, Jack, Marron, Donnald B. The
     Paine Webber Art Collection.
exh. cat. New York: Rizzoli 1995: p. 279.
Hansen, Trudy. Printmaking in America, Collaborative Prints and Presses,
New York: Harry N. Abrams with Northwestern
      University, 1995: pp. 30-33, 58 illus.
Ramljak, Suzanne. “The Art of Seduction.” Sculpture Magazine. 1995
Potter, Tina.“Carole Seborovski/ John Weber Gallery.” Scanning New York Art, Video
May 1995. index selection 16, Vol. 1 issue 4. VHS
Stapen, Nancy. “Feminine Dialogues: A Tempest From Oppenheim’s
     Teacup.” Boston Sunday Globe 29 Jan. 1995.
Ramljak,Suzanne,Hapgood, Susan, Wilson Lloyd, Ann
     Object Lessons: Feminine Dialogues with the Surreal. exh. cat.
     Massachusetts: Massachusetts College of Art, 1995. illus.

Kayser, Lucien. “Bougeois, Seborovski, Lienbacher.” d’Letzeburgerland  30 Sept.- 7
     Oct. 1994. illus.

Wilson Lloyd, Ann. “Carole Seborovski at Karsten Greve.” Art in America Dec.1992: 
     p. 124, illus.
Henle, Susanne. “Unbeschreiblich Weiblich.” Frankfurter Allegmeine Zeitung,  4 July
     1992, illus.
“John Good Gallery(group exhibition).” The New Yorker 3 Aug.1992: 10
Von Lemke, Inge. “Wunderbarer Reiz, Die Americanerin Carole Seborovski bei
     Karsten Greve.” Kolner Stadt-Anzeiger, 19 June 1992.
Smith, Joshua P., Wainbird, Sean. Drawn in the Nineties. exh. cat. Katonah,
     New York: Independent Curators International, Katonah Museum of Art, Fine Arts
     Gallery, Indiana University, Bloomington, Illingworth Kerr Art Gallery,
     Alberta College of Art, Calgary, Canada, and Huntsville Museum of Art,
     Huntsville, Alabama. 1992: p. 63, illus.
Johnson,Ken, Carole Seborovski. exh. cat. Paris and Koln: Galerie Karsten Greve,
     1992 illus.
 Zyzzyva Vol.VIII Issue 1 Spring (1992) 72,76, illus.
 In a Word: Harper’s Magazine Dictionary of Words that Don’t Exist but Ought
     to.” Ed. Hitt, Jack. 1992: pp. 15, 76,77, 208.

Frank, Peter. “Art Picks of the Week: Constkructive Concepts, Jerald Brainin,
     Carole Seborovski.” LA Weekly 28 June - 4July. 1991.
Fabri, Albrect. Amerikanische Druckgaphik. exh. cat. Dusseldorf, Germany: Galerie
     Cora Holzl, 1991: pp. 28-33, illus.
Cremin, Ann “Mixed Media-Artists Tend Toward Textual Testimonies.”Paris
, Feb 1991:  pp. 30-31 illus.
Mitchell, Anette W. “Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College/ Hannover, NH
"Three Exhibitions." Art New England Feb. 1991.
Collischan Van Wagner, Judy, Leavitt, Thomas and Wilson, Judith. Lineas de Vision:
     Dibujos de Artistas Contemporaneas.
exh. cat. Caracas, Venezuela: Museo de
     ArteContemporano de Caracas. 1991:p.  6 illus.
Wurmfeld, Sanford. The First Decade. exh. cat. New York: Hunter College, 1991: p.
     77, illus.

Anderson,Lisa. Minimalism and Post-Minimalism:Drawing Distinctions.
     Hanover: Hood Museum of Art, Darmouth College, 1990: p.  84 illus.
Heartney, Eleanor, Russi, Judith, Rorimer, Anne and Yood, James. The
     Refco Collection.
exh. cat. Chicago: Refco Group, Ltd. 1990:164-165 illus.
Gilbert-Rolfe, Jeremy and Gardner, Colin. Nonrepresentation. exh. cat. Los Angeles:
     Security Pacific Corporation Gallery at the Plaza, 1990:16 illus.
CollischanVan Wagner, Judy, Leavitt, Thomas, and Wilson, Judith. Lines of Vision:
     Drawings by Contemporary Women.
exh. cat. New York: NY Hudson Hills Press,
     Hillwood Art Museum,Long Island University, 1989: p. 122 illus.
Beck,Peter. “Surface and Intent at Anderson Gallery.” VCU Voice 1 Feb.1989:10-11
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Teaching, Lectures, Committees

Guest lecturer, Undergraduate Ceramics, Hunter College, New York, NY
Guest lecturer, MFA, Special Casting Projects and Sculptural Methods, Hunter College, New York, NY.
Guest lecturer, Hunter College, Ceramics, New York, NY.
Guest lecturer, California State University, Long Beach, Ceramics.
Guest lecturer MFA “Special Casting Projects,”  and “Sculptural Methods,” Hunter College, New York City.
Guest lecturer, MFA reviews, Brooklyn College, NY.
Guest lecturer, MFA, Special Casting Projects and Sculptural Methods, Hunter College, New York City.
Guest lecturer and co-teaching, MFA seminar, Hunter College, New York City.
Guest lecturer, Oogie Art, Art Portfolio Development School, New York City.
Guest lecturer, undergraduate level Beginning Ceramics and Advanced Ceramics, Hunter College, New York City.
Designed and taught the undergraduate elective course, Unconventional Approaches to Drawing, Hunter College, New York City.
Adjunct Assistant Professor, undergraduate courses: Beginning Painting, Advanced Painting, Beginning Drawing, and Advanced Drawing. Hunter College, New York City.