Exhibitions & Projects

Jeanne Quinn: Dust And A Shadow As exhibited at the Centre des arts visuels, Montreal, as part of XYZ:
4th Biennale de ceramique Virginia McClure, curated by Amelie Proulx
October, 2021
Jeanne Quinn: Flow 75 Morton Street, New York, New York.
Jeanne Quinn: Flow Shoemaker Plaza at Confluence Park, Denver, Colorado.
Jeanne Quinn: Flow Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
February 2014
Jeanne Quinn: Floating Gyeonggi International Ceramic Biennale 2013, Icheon, South Korea
September 2013
Jeanne Quinn: LaceMath Smack Mellon, Brooklyn, New York
March 2012
Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, Missouri
October 2011
Overthrown: Clay Without Limits, Denver Art Museum, Denver, Colorado
June 2011
Fabricating Ideas, Crane Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
March 2010
State of the Union, Philadelphia Art Alliance, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
September 2009
Jane Hartsook Gallery at Greenwich House, New York, New York
January 2009
Material Transcendence, Fine Arts Center Gallery, University of Arkansas
February 2008; Traveled to Three Rivers Arts Gallery, Pittsburgh
Full and Spare, Museum of Fine Arts, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida
February 2008
By Jeanne Quinn and Amanda Marchard. Arm's Length In: Ceramics And The Treachery Of Objects In The Digital Age, Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, Scripps College, Claremont, California, January 2008
Lux Center for the Arts, Lincoln, Nebraska
October 2007
Fosdick-Nelson Gallery, Alfred University, Alfred, New York
October 2006
Denver Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver, Colorado
July 2006
Portland Arts Center, Portland, Oregon, March 2006; Stanlee and Gerald Rubin
Center for the Visual Arts, El Paso, Texas
July 2006; other locations.
Skulpturens Hus, Stockholm, Sweden
June 2005
Open Studio at 475 Keap Street, Brooklyn
December 2004
Formargruppen Gallery, Malmö, Sweden
November 2003
Grimmerhus Museum, Middlefart, Denmark
September 2001
Robischon Gallery, Denver
March 2000
Foster/White Gallery, Seattle
November 2000
Foster/White Gallery, Seattle
December 1997