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About Creator

Born in 1932 in New York City, Marilyn Henrion is a graduate of Cooper Union who is represented in the Smithsonian Institution’s Archives of American Art. Her textile-based works are included in five major museums and numerous corporate, government and private collections internationally. 

As a life-long New Yorker, the artist’s aesthetic vision has always been deeply rooted in the urban geometry of her surroundings, from the earlier geometric abstractions to the more recent mixed media works. She is particularly interested in the co-existence of past and present, especially in architecture and other man-made structures. The presence of the human hand upon the landscape expresses our eternal yearning for immortality, evidence that says, “I was once here”. The meticulous handwork that animates the surfaces and characterizes her work echoes that idea. Much as Edward Hopper did in the 20th century, she synthesizes and transforms the “facts” of the material world to reflect her experience of a particular place.

Her work has also been featured in numerous publications, including “Women Designers In The U.S.- 1900-2000”, published in 2001 by Yale University Press. Among the grants she has received, was one awarded in 1996 by The Artslink Partnership, devoted to fostering excellence in the arts between the U.S. and countries of the former Soviet Union.  In 2005, she was awarded a Fellowship by the New York Foundation for the Arts. She is represented in the Smithsonian Institution's Archives of American Art.


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SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2015 Noho-M55 Gallery, New York, NY
2013 Noho-M55 Gallery, New York, NY
2013 Durst Building Lobby Gallery, New York, NY
2012 Noho Gallery, New York, NY
2011 Visions Art Museum, San Diego, CA
2011 Bayer Corporation, Wayne & Montvale, NJ
2011 Intermezzo Art Gallery, Bergen Performing Arts Center, Englewood, NJ
2010 Noho Gallery, New York, NY    
2009 Bayer Corporation, Wayne & Montvale, NJ
2009 Berkeley College Art Gallery, New York, NY
2008 Noho Gallery, New York, NY
2006 Noho Gallery, New York, NY
2006 Galerie Gora, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
2005 Treasure Room Gallery, The Interchurch Center, New York, NY
2004 Noho Gallery, New York, NY
2004 Studio Decouvrir, Hope, ID
2002 Noho Gallery, New York, NY
2001 Thirteen Moons Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
2000 Noho Gallery, New York, NY
1997 Decouvrir Gallery, Seattle, WA
1997 La Conner Quilt Museum, La Conner, WA
1997 Atlantic Community College Art Gallery, Mays Landing, NJ
1997 Leman Publications Art Gallery, Golden, CO
1996 American Association for the Advancement of Science, Washington, DC
1994 Merrill Lynch Corporate Headquarters, Plainsboro, NJ
1992 Educational Testing Services Corp., Princeton, NJ

GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2017 International Textile Biennale, 2017, Haacht, Belgium
2017 Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art, Tulsa, OK
2017 Edward Hopper House Gallery, Nyack, NY, Member Exhibition
2017 Impasto Gallery, Longmont CO, CityScapes
2017 The Shirt Factory Gallery, Glens Falls, NY, Small Works 2017
2016 Chojun Textile & Quilt Art Museum, Seoul, S. Korea, Bojagi, The Living Tradition
2016 Suwan Museum of Art, Suwan, S. Korea
2016 Noho-M55 Gallery, New York, NY, Black & White
2015 Narthex Gallery at St. Peters Church, New York, NY, SQUARE
2015 The Shirt Factory Gallery, Glens Falls, NY, Small Works 2015, Best in Show Award  
2015 Edward Hopper House Gallery, Nyack, NY, Member Show, Honorable Mention    
2014 Museum of Geometric and MADI Art, Dallas, TX, Quilts: The New Geometry 
2014 Texas Quilt Museum, La Grange, TX, Art Quilts from the John M. Walsh Collection
2014 Isso Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan, Serendipitous Synergy
2014 Kamakura Art Gallery, Kamakura Performing Arts Center, Kamakura, Japan, Tokyo/New York
2014 Sylvia White Gallery, Ventura, CA, Collectors Choice
2014 Noho Gallery, New York, NY, Mixing Media
2013 Central Museum of Textiles, Lodz, Poland, International Triennial of Tapestry 
2013 Visions Art Museum, San Diego, CA, Biennial Exhibition
2013 Noho Gallery, New York, NY, Collectors' Choice     
2012 Highwire Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, Synchronicity
2011 World Financial Center Gallery, New York, NY, Crossing Lines: The Many Faces of Fiber
2011 National Quilt Museum, Paducah, KY, Celebration!
2011 NYIT School of Architecture & Design, New York, NY, Geometric Strands: Glass, Paper, Fiber
2011 New Arts Center, Lancaster, PA, Invitational Small Works
2011 Lehman College Art Gallery, Bronx, NY, New York Fiber in the 21st Century
2011 Rochester Contemporary Arts Center, Rochester, NY, Contemporary Fiber
2011 Noho Gallery, New York, NY, Be My Guest
2010 Morris Museum, Morristown, NJ, Art Quilts from the Collection of John Walsh III
2010 Betty Dare Gallery, Chicago, IL, Sins of the City
2010 Bluestone Gallery, Milford, PA, Gallery Artists
2010 Cohen Gallery, Goggleworks Art Center, Reading, PA, Beyond Fiber
2010 Osilas Gallery, Bronxville, NY
2009 Museum of Arts & Design, New York, NY, Permanently MAD: Revealing the Permanent Collection
2009 National Taiwan Living Arts Center, Taiwan City, Taiwan, Taiwan International Quilt Exhibition
2009 Coos Art Museum, Coos Bay, OR, Fiber Focus
2009 Binghamton University Art Museum, Binghamton, NY, Full Spectrum: Quilts & The Textile Arts
2009 Fieldstone Fine Art Gallery, Ramsey, NJ, Gallery Artists
2009 Columbus Cultural Arts Center, Columbus, OH, The Quilted Surface
2009 The Williams Club, New York, NY, Made In New York
2009 Pen & Brush Gallery, New York, NY, Home Is Where the Art Is
2009 Untitled [Art Space], Oklahoma City, OK, Modern Materials
2008 Columbus Art Museum, Columbus, OH, Material Matters: Quiltmaking In The 21st Century
2008 Monmouth Museum, Lincroft, NJ, Fabulous Fibers
2008 C K Media Gallery, Golden CO, The Creative Force
2008 Comma Gallery, Orlando, FL, Invitational Exhibition
2008 Rose Room Gallery, Peabody Auditorium, Daytona Beach, FL, Invitational Exhibition
2008 New Arts Gallery, Kutztown, PA, Invitational Salon Exhibition of Small Works                
2008 Hill Country Arts Foundation Gallery, Ingram, TX, Invitational Exhibition
2007 Fieldstone Fine Art Gallery, Ramsey, NJ, Sensory Impressions
2007 Lincoln Center Galleries, Ft. Collins, CO, Fabric of Legacies International
2007 Pen & Brush Gallery, New York, NY, Top Award Winners of 2006
2007 John Michael Kohler Artspace Gallery, Sheboygin, WI, Fiber Optics
2006 Pen & Brush Gallery, New York, NY, Fine Crafts
2006 Ross Art Museum, Delaware, OH, The Essence of Things
2006 Chandler Center for The Arts Visions Gallery, Chandler, AZ, Tied Together: Textile Art in the 21st Century
2006 Klein Art Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, “Material Speaks”
2005 Carl Solway Gallery, Cincinnati, OH, BEYOND TRADITION: Contemporary Art Quilts
2005 Fitton Art Center, Hamilton, OH, “Art Quilts”
2005 New Arts Center Gallery, Kutztown, PA, Invitational Salon Exhibition of Small Works
2005 Noho Gallery, New York, NY, Summer Salon Exhibition
2005 Center for Visual Arts, Denton TX, Materials Hard & Soft
2005 Sweeney Art Center, Santa Fe, NM, New Art Quilts IV
2005 Gallery 214, Montclair, NJ, Director’s Choice
2004 American Textile History Museum, Lowell, MA, Art Quilts from the Permanent Collection of the Museum
------- of Arts & Design
2004 Arkansas Historic Museum, Little Rock, AR, Uncommon Threads
2004 Gallery 214, Montclair, NJ, Quilts for Arts Sake 
2004 Noho Gallery, New York, NY, Noho Fiber
2004 Woven Fiber Art House, WestChester, PA, TransFORMations
2004 Noho Gallery, New York, NY, Summer Salon Exhibition
2004 Robeson Gallery Penn State University, State College, PA, Quilts: Traditional and Deviant
2004 Sweeney Art Center, Santa Fe, NM, New Art Quilts III
2004 Riffe Gallery, Columbus, OH, The Quilted Surface II
2003 Noho Gallery, New York, NY, Collectors’ Choice
2003 The Artists’ Museum, Washington, DC, A Tribute to Fiber Artists
2003 Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center, Birmingham, MI, Without Restraints
2003 Paine Art Center, Oshkosh, WI, Art Quilts Now
2003 Johnson Humrickhouse Museum, Coshocton, OH, Pushing the Surface, 2003 
2003 Dairy Barn Cultural Art Center, Athens, OH, Quilt National
2003 Sweeney Center, Santa Fe, NM, New Art Quilts II
2003 Brooklyn College Gallery at Veterans Memorial, Brooklyn, NY, Fiber Optics 
2003 Noho Gallery, New York, NY, FIBRATIONS!
2002 Albright-Knox Museum Gallery, Buffalo, NY, Invitational Exhibition
2002 UBS Paine Webber Galleries, New York, NY, Six Continents of Quilts: The American Craft Museum
------- Permanent Collection
2002 Janice Charach Epstein Gallery, Bloomfield Hills, MI, Limitless Visions
2002 Thirteen Moons Gallery, Santa Fe, NM, Gallery Artists
2001 Longview Art Museum, Longview, TX, Quilts: A Journey Through History
2001 Hinsdale Center for The Arts, Hinsdale, IL, Fine Fiber: Art for the 21st Century
2001 Nabisco Corporate Art Gallery, East Hanover, NJ, The Art of the Contemporary Quilt
2001 Davison Gallery, Roberts Wesleyan College, Rochester, NY, Paintings in Cloth & Thread  
2001 Dairy Barn Cultural Arts Center, Athens, OH, Quilt National ’01 (traveling exhibit through Dec. 2003)
2001 Fort Smith Civic Center, Fort Smith, AR, Fort Smith Art Quest
2001 Sweeney Center, Santa Fe, NM, New Art Quilts
2001 Noho Gallery, New York, NY, New Digs
2000 Bard Graduate Center Gallery, New York, NY, Women Designers in the U.S.A., 1900-2000
2000 J.C Epstein Museum Gallery, Bloomfield Hills, MI, Tradition with a Twist: Contemporary Art Quilts
2000 Rotunda Gallery, NM State Capitol, Santa Fe, NM, Exit/Entrance
2000 Pavillion Josephine, Strasbourg, France, Art Quilts: America at the Millenium
2000 Gallery 214. Montclair, NJ, Dreamscapes/Landscapes
2000 Bradiggins Gallery, Hillsborough, NC, Fine Crafts Invitational
2000 Ellipse Art Center, Arlington, VA, ARTiculate Threads
2000 Leslie Powell Foundation Gallery, Lawton, OK, Oklahoma Centerfold
2000 Sedgwick Cultural Center, Philadelphia, PA, Art Quilts at the Sedgwick
2000 Noho Gallery, New York, NY, Sightings/Sitings
1999 New York State Museum, Albany, NY, Contemporary Crafts of New York State
1999 Cornell Museum, Delray Beach, FL, Yardworks (traveling exhibition through 2001)
1999 American Craft Museum, New York, NY, 9x9x3 (traveling exhibition through Sept. 2002)
1999 Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum, Coshocton, OH, Pushing the Surface
1999 J.C. Epstein Museum Gallery, West Bloomfield, MI, Extraordinary Stitches: The Art of Fiber & Thread
1999 Heritage Plantation Gallery, Sandwich, MA, Edge To Edge
1999 Sedgwick Cultural Center, Philadelphia, PA, Pieceworks ’99
1999 Boehm Gallery - Palomar College, San Marcos, CA, East Meets West: Contemporary Quilts & Glass
1999 Northern Arizona University Art Museum, Flagstaff, AZ, Hanging by a Thread ‘99
1998 Tokyo International Forum, Tokyo, Japan, World Quilt ’98 Invitational
1998 Museum of San Diego History, San Diego, CA, Visions: Quilt Expressions
1998 Firelands Association for the Visual Arts, Oberlin, OH, The Artist as Quiltmaker VII
1998 Davison Gallery at Roberts Wesleyan, Rochester, NY, The American Quilt: From Craft to Fine Art
1997 Islip Art Museum, East Islip, NY, Patchworks
1997 New York State Museum, Albany, NY, Contemporary New York State Crafts Invitational
1997 Gross McCleaf Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
1997 Wave Hill Art Gallery, Bronx, NY, Strata Various
1996 Museum of Decorative & Applied Arts, Moscow, Russia, Five Perspectives: American Art Quilts 
1996 The Museums at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NY, Innovative Traditions, 1996
1996 Hoyt Institute of Fine Arts, New Castle, PA, Hoyt National Art Exhibition
1996 Arthur Houghton Gallery at Cooper Union, New York, NY, A Large Show of Small Works
1996 Nabisco Corporate Art Gallery, East Hanover, NJ, The Art of The Quilt
1995 Museum of the American Quilters Society, Paducah, KY, Studio Art Quilt Showcase
1995 Rye Arts Center, Rye, NY, Quiltmaking as an Art Form
1995 Gross McCleaf Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, Contemporary Quilts
1995 Museum of American Folk Art Great American Quilt Festival, New York, NY, Broadway Haiku
1994 James A. Michener Art Museum, Doylestown, PA, Patterns of Vision
1994 Oklahoma City Art Museum, Oklahoma City, OK, Quilts Now
1994 Yeshiva University Museum, New York, NY, Quilted Visions
1994 NASA Ames Research Center, Mountain View, CA, Colors of Earth & Space
1993 Museum of Decorative & Applied Arts, Moscow, Russia, International Textile Exhibition
1993 Museum of American Folk Art, New York, NY., Quilt Connection All-Stars
1993 J.C. Epstein Museum Gallery, West Bloomfield, MI, The Artist & The Quilt
1993 The Little Gallery, Nazareth College, Rochester, NY, The Art Quilt: A New Frontier
1992 La Biblioteque Forney, l’hotel de Sens, Paris, France, Quilts Contemporains
1992 Decatur House, Washington, DC, Tactile Architecture
1992 Lawrence Gallery, Rosemont College, Rosemont, PA, Material Pleasures
1992 The Museums at Stonybrook, Stony Brook, NY, Innovative Traditions 1992
1991 New York City Cultural Affairs Gallery, New York, NY, Quilts Move into the 21st Century
1991 Museum of American Folk Art Great American Quilt Festival, New York, NY, Citiquilts
1991 Schweinfurth Art Center, Auburn, NY, Quilts=Art=Quilts
1990 Fuji Bank, New York, NY, New Winds Quilters
1990 Newman College Gallery, Aston, PA, Challenger Memorial Quilts  

HONORS & AWARDS
2013 One of five American artists invited to participate in International Triennia Exhibition of Tapestry,
------ Central Museum of Textiles, Lodz, Poland
2008 Niche Magazine Award 
2005 New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship Award
2003 Brisons Veor Trust, Artist Residency Fellowship, Cape Cornwall, England
2001 Invited by the Smithsonian Archives of American Art to donate all personal and professional papers, 
------- sketchbooks, journals, etc. to the archives for their permanent collection.          
1999 New York State Craft Alliance Grant
1997 Friends of Fiber Art International Grant
1996 Nihon Vogue Grant
1995 (1995/96) The ArtsLink Partnership Fellowship (The National Endowment for the Arts, The Open Society)

SELECTED COLLECTIONS
Museum of Arts & Design, New York, NY
Newark Museum, Newark, NJ
Central Museum of Textiles, Lodz, Poland
Museum of the American Quilters Society, Paducah, KY
International Quilt Museum, Lincoln, NE
U.S. State Department Embassy, Pnom Penh, Cambodia
Lucent Technologies, Denver, CO
Avaya Communications, Denver, CO
Kaiser Permanente, Denver, CO
Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, MA
Comanche County Medical Center, Lawton, OK
Carnegie Abbey Country Club, Narragansett, RI
SAS Institute, Inc., Cary, NC
Rodale Press, Emmaus, PA
Nihon Vogue, Tokyo, Japan
Valley Hospital, Ridgewood, NJ
Saint Rita Medical Center, Lima, OH

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
"Architecture on Silk" by J. Michael Welton, Aishti Magazine (Lebanon), April/May 2014
"Windows", catalog with essay by Ed McCormack, 2014
"Complexity", exhibition catalog with essay by Ed McCormack, 2012
“Fiber Art Today” by Carol K. Russell, Schiffer Publishing, Atglen, PA, 2011
“Patchwork City”, by Patty Lee, New York Daily News, Sunday 11/14/10 (double page centerfold)
“Soft City: Marilyn Henrion”, exhibition catalog with essay by Ed McCormack, 2010
“Noise: New Works by Marilyn Henrion”, Jacqueline Ruyak, Surface Design Journal, Summer 2009
“Marilyn Henrion: Making Noise”, Sandra Sider, Fiberarts Magazine, 02/09
“Marilyn Henrion: Noise”, Exhibition catalog with essays by Janet Koplos & Ed McCormack
“Materials, Innovation Matter”, Bill Mayr, The Columbus Dispatch, 12/15/08
“Contemporary Quilt Art: An Introduction & Guide”, Kate Lenkowsky, Indiana University Press, 2008
“The Artful Home”, Toni Sykes, Guild Publications, 2007
“Quilting Transformed: Leaders in Contemporary Quilting in the United States - The 20th Century and Beyond”, Jacqueline Atkins, Nihon Vogue Co. Ltd., Tokyo, Japan, 2007
”Marilyn Henrion: Disturbances”, exhibition catalog, 2006
“Geometry Unmoored”, Ed McCormack, Gallery & Studio, 09/06
“Inner and Outer Horizons in the Art of Marilyn Henrion”, Ed McCormack, Gallery & Studio, 06/04
“Marilyn Henrion: On Building Careers”, Patricia Malarcher, Surface Design Journal, Winter 2004
“Inspiration”, U.S. Embassy in Gaborone, Art in Embassies Program, U.S. Dept. of State, 11/03
“Marilyn Henrion’s Ultimate Triumph”, Ed McCormack, Gallery & Studio, 11/02, 01/03
“Folk-Art Aesthetics and American Art Quilts, Sandra Sider, FIBERARTS, 11/03
“Marilyn Henrion at Noho Gallery”, Raymond J. Steiner, Art Times Journal, 01/03
“The Artful Home”, Guild Publications, 2003
“Sourcebook of Architectural & Interior Art #9, 11, 13, 17”, Guild Publications
“Quilts from Six Continents: The American Craft Museum Collection”, Catalog Essay by Curator Ursula Neuman, 2002
“Weaving New Rhythms”, Rubicon Publishing, 2001
“The Best Contemporary Quilts”, Lark Books, 2001
“Women Designers in the U.S.A. 1900-2000”, Dr. Pat Kirkham, Yale University Press, Nov. 2000 
“Marilyn Henrion’s Commanding Colors”, FIBERARTS, March/April 2001
“Marilyn Henrion at Noho”, Surface Design Journal, Winter, 2001
“Tradition & Innovation in the Art of Marilyn Henrion”, Gallery & Studio, June/July 2000
“Cloth Poems: Art Quilts by Marilyn Henrion, Art Quilt Magazine #9, 1998
“The Art Quilt” by Robert Shaw, pub. Hugh Lauter Levin, 1997
“Geometrie et Sensibilitie”, Les Nouvelles du Patchwork, France, June 1997
“Broadway Haiku”, Surface Design Journal, Winter, 1997
“American Art Quilts”, Moscow Izvestia, April 4, 1996
“Broadway Haiku”, Quilts Japan, 09/95
“Patterns of Vision”, Art Quilt Magazine, Fall, 1995
“Art Quilt Calendar”, Abbeville Press, 1995
“Brilliance In Color & Pattern”, New York Times, 04/24/94
“Shared Threads” by Jacqueline Atkins, Penguin Publ., 1994
“The Quilts of Marilyn Henrion”, Patchwork Tsushin, Japan, April 94
“Quilts: The Permanent Collection, Volume II”, AQS Publ. 1994
“Les Poemes en Tissus de Marilyn Henrion”, Les Nouvelles du Patchwork (France) April 94
“Tradition & Creativity in Quiltmaking”, Patchwork Quilt Tsushin (Japan), April 94
"Quilts Composed as Poems in Cloth”, New York Times, 03/01/92

PUBLICATIONS
“Exposed! Contemporary Art Quilts”, Catalog introduction, Dec. 2006
“Art Quilts: Who is Buying & What is Being Paid?”, American Quilter, May 1999
“A Model Art Pricing Survey”, Art Calendar Magazine, June 1998
“Three Perspectives: Russian Fiber Artists”, Exhibition Catalog, 1998
“Dreams and Fantasies: The Quilts of Ludmila Uspenskaya”, Art Quilt Magazine, Issue 6, Spring, 1996
“Ludmila Uspenskaya”, Quilters Newsletter Magazine, July/Aug. 1996
“Five Perspectives: American Art Quilts”, Exhibition brochure, 1996 
“Quilts: Success with Stripes”, Threads, Dec. 1995 – Jan. 1996
“On a Bridge Between Two Shores”, American Quilter, Winter, 1994
“Russia With Love”, Quilters Newsletter Magazine, June 1994
”International Textile Symposium - Russia”, FIBERARTS (Swatches column), Summer, 1994
“Circles - The Story of a Russian-American Collaboration”, Quilting International, Nov.1993
“Careers in The Fashion Industry: What the Jobs Are and How to Get Them” (co-author), Harper & Row, 1983

CURATING
2012 “Be My Guest”, multi-media group exhibition, gallery artists & guests, Noho Gallery, NYC, NY
2011 “Urban Landscapes”, exhibition of works by eight artists, Visions Art Museum, San Diego, CA
2004 “NOHO FIBER”, Works by seven fiber artists, Noho Gallery, New York, NY
2003 “FIBRATIONS!”: Works by Members of Art Quilt Network - NY, Noho Gallery, New York, NY
1998 “Three Perspectives: Russian Fiber Artists”, Tokyo International Forum, Tokyo, Japan
1996 “Five Perspectives: American Quilt Artists”, Museum of Decorative & Applied Arts, Moscow, Russia
1995 “Ludmila Uspenskaya: Dreams & Fantasies”, Museum of American Quilters Society, Paducah, KY

RELATED ACTIVITIES
2014 (2014 - present) Board of Directors, Textile Study Group of New York
2006 (2006 - present) Associate Fellow, International Quilt Study Center, University of Nebraska
2000 (2000 - 2009) Board of Directors, Noho Gallery
1997 (1997 - 1999, 2004 - 2006) Board of Directors: Studio Art Quilt Associates
1995 (1995 - 1996) Established quiltmaking program for residents of NYC Park Avenue Homeless Shelter 
1992 (1992 - present) Quilt-related teaching and lecturing engagements throughout the U.S.
1992 (1992-present) Organized and hosted receptions, lectures, and shopping tours for visiting fiber artists 
------- from around the world.
1989 Initiated and organized Symposium at FIT, NY, “Q & A; Quilts & Art: Questions & Answers” (500 
------- attendees)
1969 (1969-1989) Associate Professor/Career Counselor, Fashion Institute of Technology, New York, NY

EDUCATION
The Cooper Union College of Arts & Sciences, Graduated 1952
Fordham University, BFA, 1972

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