NANETTE CARTER

Adjunct Associate Professor, Tenured, Pratt Institute of Art, Brooklyn, NY

Upcoming Events

2021 -Art Students League, "Creative Community: Cinque Gallery Artists",

          NYC, May

         -Siena Art Institute, Siena, Italy, Residency, June


Education
1978-Pratt Institute of Art, Brooklyn, NY,  MFA
1976-Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio, BA
1975-Accademia Belle Arti, Perugia, Italy,     
           Junior Year Abroad
 

Solo Exhibitions
2019 *Gallery Ami Kanoko, Osaka, Japan
.        *Gallery Hatoba, Kyoto, Japan
2018 *Esperanza en Armonia, Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, 

          Havana, Cuba

         *An Act of Balance, Skoto Gallery, NYC, NY
2017 *Nanette Carter, Alessandro Berni Gallery, Perugia, Italy
2016 *Nanette Carter, Gallery Ami & Kanoko, Osaka, Japan
2014 *Constructions:Textural Collages, G. R. N’Namdi
           Center for Contemporary Art, Detroit, MI
2012 *In the Garden: The Animist, N'Namdi Contemporary, Miami, FL
2008 *Aqueous, G. R. N'Namdi Gallery, Chicago, IL
2007 *Nanette Carter, Kozah Art Gallery, Damascus, Syria
2006 *Aqueous, G. R. N'Namdi Gallery, NYC, NY
         *Walter Gropius Visiting Artist Series, Huntington Museum of Art, WV
2005 *Fluid Borders, G. R. N'Namdi Gallery, Chicago, IL
         *Nanette Carter, President's Gallery, Pratt Institute of Art, Brooklyn, NY
         *Fluid Borders, Swartley Gallery, Dwight-Englewood School, Englewood, NJ
2004 *Conceptual Abstractions, June Kelly Gallery, NYC, NY
         *Conceptual Abstractions, Noel Gallery, Charlotte, NC
2003 *Transfluent Lines, Sande Webster Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
2002 *Motion Cleansing, G. R. N'Namdi Gallery, Detroit, MI
         *Motion Cleansing, G. R. N'Namdi Gallery, Chicago, IL
         *Picante: Erotic Drawings, OGT Gallery, NYC, NY 
2001 *Nanette Carter: Recent Work, Conkling Gallery, Minnesota State University,
           Mankato, MN
         *Statement: Prints and Paintings, Sande Webster Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
2000 *Slightly Off Keel, June Kelly Gallery, NYC, NY
         *Nanette Carter, Barbara Greene Fine Art, NYC, NY
1999 *Slightly Off Keel, Sande Webster Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
         *Slightly Off Keel, G. R. N'Namdi Gallery, Birmingham, MI
         *Point-Counterpoint to Slightly Off Keel, G.R. N’Namdi Gallery, Chicago, IL
1998 *Segments, Daura Gallery, University of Lynchburg, Virginia
1997 *New Works, Rathbone Gallery, The Sage Colleges, Albany, NY
         *Recent Works on Mylar, Sande Webster Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
         *Point-Counterpoint, June Kelly Gallery, New York, NY
         *Nature’s Mystique: Paintings and Monotypes, Noel Fine Art Acquisitions
           at Hodges Taylor Gallery, Charlotte, NC
1996 *Paintings, G.R. N'Namdi Gallery, Birmingham, MI
1995 *Window View-Scapeology, Sande Webster Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
         *Window View-Scapeology, Alitash Kebede Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
1994 *Recent Work, June Kelly Gallery, New York, NY
1993 *Collaged Canvases, Sande Webster Gallery, Philadelphia, PA 
1992 *Paintings, G.R. N'Namdi Gallery, Birmingham, MI
         *Alitash Kebede Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
         *Paintings and Prints, G. R. N'Namdi Gallery, Columbus, OH

         *Nature's Themes, Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, PA

1991 *Wall Reliefs-Installation, Fine Arts Gallery, Long Island University, 
           Southampton, NY
         *Fire and Water, Westminster Gallery Bloomfield College, NJ
1990 *Oil Pastels on Canvas, June Kelly Gallery, New York, NY
         *Meet the Artist, Jersey City Museum, NJ
1989 *Recent Works, G.R. N'Namdi Gallery, Birmingham, MI
1988 *Divergencies, Montclair Art Museum, NJ
1986 *Illumination, G.R. N'Namdi Gallery, Detroit, MI
1985 *Illumination, Cinque Gallery, New York, NY
1984 *Collages, G.R. N'Namdi Gallery, Detroit, MI
1983 *Recent Works, Ericson Gallery, New York, NY
1978*Thesis Exhibition, Pratt Gallery, Pratt Institute of Art, Brooklyn, NY
1976*Prints and Drawings, Gallery Between the Domes, Oberlin College, 

         Oberlin, Ohio


 Group Exhibitions

2020 -Young Artists: One, Fridman Gallery, NYC, NY

2019 -The Shape of AbstractionThe Thelma and Bert Olli Memorial Art Collection

          Saint Louis Art Museum, St. Louis, MO

         -Ronald Walton & Friends, Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia, 
          Saint Petersburg, Virginia
         -Cut: Abstraction in the U.S. From 1970's to the Present, The Patricia and Phillip     
          Frost Museum Miami, Florida
         -Group Show, Skoto Gallery, NYC, NY
         -African American: We Too Dream, Museum of Art - DeLand, DeLand, Florida
2018 -Known: Unknown, New York Studio School, NYC, NY
         -Selection 2018, Skoto Gallery, NYC, NY
         -Global Metaphysics of Abstract Painters/ Performance, East Hawaii 
          Cultural Center, Hilo, Hawaii
         -Collage As Matter, 11th Ave., Sotheby's International Realty, NYC, NY
         -Dancing on the Edge of the Abyss, The Columbus Museum, Columbus,
          Georgia
2017 -Magnetic Fields: Expanding American Abstraction, 1960's to Today,
          Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art,  Kansas City, Missouri, June;
          National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC, October;
          Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg, Florida, May
         -Printfest: Modern, Contemporary and Future Masters, Center for the Arts     
          Gallery, Towson University, Towson, Maryland
         -Women From the Collection, Nedd Hotel Collection, London, England  
         -I Embody......, Marietta College, Marietta, Ohio 
         -Enduring in Vision and Linked in Tradition, Robert and Frances Fullerton 
          Museum, California State University, San Bernardino, CA 
2016 -Circa 1970, The Studio Museum in Harlem, NYC, NY
         -SCOPE International Art Contemporary Art Show, N'Namdi Contemporary
          Gallery, Booth C12, Miami, FL
         -Beyond Borders: Bill Hutson and Friends, University Museum at the University 

          Delaware State, Newark, DL

         -We may be through with the past.., Gallery Nine 5, NYC, NY
         -Invitational Exhibition of Visual Artists, American Academy of Arts and 
          Letters, Curated by Souhad Rafey, NYC, NY
         -Changing The Subject: The Women Artists of the Experimental Printmaking 

          Institute, New Door Creative Gallery, Baltimore, MD

         -Visions of Our 44th President, The Black Archives, History and Research 

          Foundation, Miami, Florida

         -Bridging the Gap, Bishop Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

         -Fine Arts Faculty Exhibition I: Sublime Resonance, Pratt, Brooklyn, NY
2015 -SCOPE/Miami International Contemporary Art Show, N'Namdi Contemporary 

          Gallery, Booth 11E, Miami, FL

         -Experimental Printmaking Institute, Re:find Gallery, Easton, PA

         -Group Show, N'namdi Center for Contemporary Art, Miami, 

         -Paintings in Trees, The People's Garden, Brooklyn, NY

2014 -African American Artists and Abstraction, National Museum of Fine Arts, 

          Havana, Cuba

         -Emme Ya: Women From the Permanent Collection, Winston-Salem
          State Museum, Winston-Salem, NC
         -Miami Show, N'Namdi Contemporary, Miami FL
2013 -Women Call for Peace, Shiva Gallery, John Jay College, NYC
         -Ladies First, Walton Gallery, Petersberg, VA
         -Miami Show, N'Namdi Contemporary Gallery, Miami, FL
         -50 Years of Abstraction, N'Namdi Center for Contemporary Art, Detroit, MI
         -Nanette Carter and Howardena Pindell, The Florissant Valley Contemporary Art
          Gallery, St. Louis Community College, St. Louis, MO
         -Drawing Democracies, Pratt Institute, Curated by Nanette Carter, Brooklyn, NY
2012 -Visions of Our 44th President, Charles H. Wright Museum, Detroit, MI
         -Visual Heritage III, Southampton Cultural Center, Southampton, NY
         -N'Namdi Contemporary, Miami, FL
         -Fine Arts Faculty Exhibiton, Schaffler Gallery, Pratt, Brooklyn, NY
2011 -The Chemistry of Color, Hudson River Museum, Yonkers,NY
         -Beyond Bearden, Harvey B. Gantt Center of Art, Charlotte, NC
         -Invitational, Ashawagh Hall, East Hampton, NY
         -The Art of Giving BackUnited Negroe College Fund, School of Visual      
          Arts, NYC, NY
2010 -The Chemistry of Color, Columbia Museum of Art, Columbia, SC
         -G. R. N'Namdi Gallery, Chicago, Ill.
         -Mediums, Solar Gallery, East Hampton, N.Y.

         -N'Namdi Center for Contemporary Art, Detroit, MI

         -Essie Green Gallery, NYC, NY
         -Fine Arts Faculty Show, Schafler Gallery, Pratt Inst. of Art, Brooklyn, NY
2009 -Permanent Collection, Studio Museum in Harlem, NYC, NY
2008 -Ornery Abstraction, Ceres Gallery, NYC, NY
         -In Context: The Language of Abstraction Continues, Henry Street
          Settlement House, NYC, NY
         -Pratt Prints, Gallery Bravura, Brasiliera and Bellas Artes University
          Gallery, Sao Paulo, Brazil
         -N'Namdi Collection, Oakland University Gallery, Rochester, MI
         -Discursive Acts, University Museum, University of Delaware, Newark, DL
         -Friends of Herbert Gentry, The Parrish Gallery, Washington, DC
         -Gallery Opening, Sharon Simmons Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
         -Fine Arts Faculty Exhibition, Schafler Gallery, Pratt Inst. of Art,
          Brooklyn, NY
         -Summer Show, Walking Tall Gallery, East Hampton, NY
2007 -Forms of Abstraction, G. R. N'Namdi Gallery, NYC and Detroit
         -International Women's Art Festival,
           LePont Gallery, Aleppo, Syria
         -Living With Art: Collection of Alitash Kebede, Lousiana State Museum,
          Baton Rouge, LA, Los Angeles African American Museum, CA
         -Between Two Worlds, The Bermuda National Gallery, Bermuda
         -Summer Show, Walking Tall Gallery, East Hampton, NY
2006 -Driven to Abstraction, New York State Museum, Albany, NY
         -African-American Works from the Collection, The Montclair Art         
          Museum, Montclair, NJ
         -That's a Whole "Notha Story", Art in the Atrium, Morristown, NJ
2005 -Different Ways of Seeing: The Expanding World of Abstraction

          The Noyes Museum of Art, Oceanville, NJ

         -The Chemistry of Color: African- American Artists in Philadelphia, 

          1970 - 1990, from the Sorgenti Collection, Pennsylvania Academy of 

          the Arts, Philadelphiaa, PA

         -Spectrum Pallette, Lambert Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia
         -Crossing Disciplines: Drawing, Schafler Gallery, Pratt Institute of Art,
          Brooklyn, NY            
         -African- American Printmakers: The Legacy Continues, Aljira Gallery,       
          Newark, NJ
2004 -Five Contemporary Voices in a New Space, Delta Arts Center, Winston-
          Salem, NC, catalogue 
         -A Universe of Art, Credit Suisse / First Boston, catalogue, New York, NY
         -A Century of African- American Art, The Paul Jones Collection, The 
          University Museum, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware 
         -Creating Their Own Image: A History of Afro- American Women Artists,
          Aronson Galleries, Parsons School of Design, New York, NY              
         -Faculty Show, Pratt Institute of Art, Brooklyn, NY
         -Global Vision, Lambert Gallery, Atlanta, GA 
         -Vivacious II!, Diggs Gallery, Winston- Salem State University, N.C.  
         -Forms of Abstraction, G.R. N’Namdi Gallery, New York
         -Allu’sion, Rongio Gallery, Brooklyn, New York
2003 -Layers of Meaning: Collage and Abstraction in the Late 20th Century,   
          Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA
         -For Love and Peace of Mind, curated by Nanette Carter, OGT Gallery, NY
2002 -No Greater Love, Abstraction, Jack Tilton/ Anna Kustera Gallery, NY  
         -Beauty, Exhibit A Gallery, New York, NY    
         -Spotlight on African American Art, Eclectic Connection Fine Art Gallery,
          Summit, NJ     
         -Six American Masters, Sugar Hill Art Center, New York, NY
         -Pfizer Incorporated, New York, NY
         -Fine Arts Faculty Exhibition, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
2001 -Somos Simpatico, Barbara Greene Fine Art, New York, NY
2000 -Collector’s Show, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
         -African-American Art at 2000, Rockland Center for the Arts, West
           Nyack, NY
         -Organic. Synthetic. Physic., Krest Center Gallery, Concordia College,
           Ann Arbor, MI

         -Painterly Prints, curated by Claude Elliott, Rhode Island School of Design,

           Museum of Art, Providence, RI
1999 -Thunder at the Cathedral, curated by Brenda Branch, Skylight Gallery, 

          Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation’s Center for Art and Culture, 

          Brooklyn, NY

        -Women Artists in Celebration of Lois Mailou Jones, curated by Julia
          Hotton, The National Arts Club, New York, NY
        -A Place By The Sea, essay by Jim Richard Wilson, The Sage College  
          Rathbone Gallery, Albany, NYY; catalogue; traveled to Christine
          Nienaber Contemporary Art, NYC and Arlene Bujese Gallery, East
          Hampton, NY 
         -Entitled: Black Women Artists, curated by Brenda Branch, Rush Arts Galley
          New York City, NY
        -Christiane Nienaber Gallery of Contemporary Art, New York, NY
         -Black New York Artists of the 20th Century: Selections from the  
          Schomberg Center Collection,
 Schomberg Center for Research in Black
          Culture, NYC, NY
1998 -Beyond the Veil: The Art of African American Artists at Century’s End,
           guest curator Dr. M. J. Hewitt, The George D. and Harriet W. Cornell 
           Fine Arts Museum, Rollins College, Winter Park, FL     
         -New York Eight, Alitash Kebede Contemporary Art in association with 
          Louise Ross Gallery, New York
         -Breadth and Scope, Jonkonnu Gallery, Sag Harbor, NY
         -Seeing Red, Nabisco, East Hanover, NJ
         -One Voice, Many Visions: Works by African-American Artists, The Rhode
          Island School of Design Museum of Art, Providence, RI
         -Creations, Elise Goodheart Gallery, Sag Harbor, NY
         -The Centennial Open, The Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, NY 
1997 -Transferring Culture: Work from the Lower East Side Printshop 1995-
          1997
, curated by Sarah M. Lowe, La Mama Galleria, New York
         -Women In Full Effect, curated by Nanette Carter, RUSH Art Gallery, 
          New York City, NY
1996 -Recent Acquisitions, Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT
         -Bearing Witness: Contemporary Works by African American Women 
           Artists, Inaugural exhibition curated by Dr. Jontyle Robinson, Spelman 
           College Museum of Fine Art, Atlanta, GA; traveling exhibition: Fort
           Wayne Museum of Art, IN; Polk Museum of Art, Lakeland, FL; The
           Columbus Museum, GA; African American Museum, Dallas, TX;  
           Minnesota Museum of American Art, St. Paul, MN and the Ulrich
           Museum of Art, Wichita, KS 
         -Unique Editions: The Process, Cinque Gallery, NYC, NY
         -African American Printmakers: Three Decades of Excellence, The
            Philadelphia Museum of Art, in collaboration with Sande Webster
           Gallery, PA
         -Color Coded: Abstraction and Identity in Contemporary Painting, curated
           by Gerard Brown, Sleeth Gallery, West Virginia Wesleyan College,
           Buckhannon, WV
         -Women Artists of Color, Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, PA
         -Collecting African American Art, Wayne
          State University, Detroit, MI
1995 -Jazz Y Son, an invitational and juried exhibition of recent work by Pratt 
          Alumni of African and Latino descent, guest juror, Claudine Brown,
          National African American Museum Project, Pratt ManhattanGallery, 

          New York, NY

         -African-American Printmaking: 1838 to the Present, The Rockland Center
          for the Arts, West Nyack, NY
         -African-American Printmakers: WPA to the Present, co-curated by Michael
          Murphy and Sande Webster, Gettysburg College, PA
         -Editions: Contemporary International Printmakers, curated by 

          Carl E. Hazelwood, Skoto Gallery, New York

         -Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute Museum of Art, Utica, NY
         -Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, TX
1994 -96 -Rainbow: Prints from Bob Blackburn's Printmaking Workshop,                                

          sponsored by USIA, traveling through Sub-Saharan Africa

1994 -Empowerment: The Art of African American Artists, organized by Lehman
          College Art Gallery for Krasdale Foods Art Gallery, Bronx, NY
         -Merrill Lynch, Somerset, NJ
         -Ashawagh Hall Gallery, East Hampton, NY
         -Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of
          Design, Providence, RI
         -Anniversary: Westminster Galler Retrospective, Bloomfield College,
          Bloomfield, NJ 
1993 -95 -Bob Blackburn's Printmaking Workshop: Artists of Color and Print 
          Portfolio; traveling exhibition
1993 -The Studio Museum in Harlem: 25 Years of African-American Art, Paine
           Webber Art Gallery, New York; traveling exhibition
         -Monotypes/Monoprints, Associated American Artists, NYC, NY
         -Incidence of Passage, Art Initiatives, NYC, NY      
         -Aljira, A Center for Contemporary Art, Newark, New Jersey
         -Jazz Impressions, University Gallery Fine Arts, curated by Pam Tills,
           University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA
         -Multiple Dialogues: Expressions in Abstraction, Painted Bride Art Center, 
          curated by AM Weaver, Philadelphia, PA
         -The City College of New York, NY
         -The Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE
         -Collectors' Choice: Celebrating Diversity, The Unitarian Church, Montclair, NJ
1992 -The Expanding Circle: A Selection of African American Art, The Gallery at 
           Bristol-Myers Squibb, curated by Mel Edwards, Princeton, NJ; catalogue 11
         -Master Prints from the Rutgers Center for Innovative Printmaking: 

          The First 5 years, The Gallery at Bristol - Myers Squibb, Princeton, NJ

         -Presswork-The Art of Women Printmakers, The National Museum of 
          Women in the Arts, Washington, DC
         -Points of the Compass, The Noyes Museum of Art, curated by AM Weaver,
          Oceanville, NJ
         -Just Beyond Relief: An Exhibition of Sculpture, Salena Gallery, Long Island
           University, Brooklyn, NY
         -Identities, Art House Odeon Gallery, curated by Jennifer Cross, Sag Harbor,
          NY
         -Long Island University, Hillwood Art Museum, Brookville, NY
         -Ben Shahn Gallery, Paterson State College
1991 -Monotypes, Mary Ryan Gallery, New York
         -Triangle Artist Workshop 10th Anniversary, Usdan Gallery, Bennington
          College, VT; catalogue
         -In Full Effect, The Riffe Gallery, Ohio Arts Council, Columbus, OH
         -Spaces, Cleveland, OH
         -New Visions Gallery, Ithaca, NY
1990 -Black Women in the Arts, Montclair State College Art Gallery, NJ
         -East Hampton Center for Contemporary Art, New York
         -Sande Webster Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
         -Louisa McIntosh Gallery, Atlanta, GA
         -Jamaica Arts Center, Jamaica, NY
         -Four Views, Four African American Artist, Dowd Fine Arts Gallery, SUNY at
          Cortland, Cortland, NY
1989 -Monoprints/Monotypes, University of
           Maine at Orono, Museum of Art, ME
         -Impressions: Our World, Flushing Center, Queens, NY; Center for Art and
          Culture, curated by Frances Hynes, Brooklyn, NY
1988 -Expressions: Black Art '88, National Coalition of 100 Black Women Inc., 
          Stamford, Conn.
         -A Summer Spectrum, June Kelly Gallery, NYC, NY
         -Monotypes, Mary Ryan Gallery, NYC, NY
         -Who’s Uptown, The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, NYC,
          NY
         -Works in the Collection, The Studio Museum in Harlem, NYC, NY
         -Fashion Moda Gallery, Bronx, NY
         -Small Works, Cinque Gallery, NYC, NY
1987 -Heresies - 10th Anniversary Show, P.P.O.W. Inc., NYC, NY
         -Current Thinking, Kenkeleba Gallery, NYC, NY; catalogue
         -Celebration, AT&T, Hopewell, NJ
         -McIntosh Gallery, Atlanta, GA
         -Wenniger Gallery, Boston, MA
1986 -Hot off the Press, Associated American Artist Gallery, NYC, NY
         -Women's Center, NYC, NY
         -Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA
1985 -Collage-The State of the Art, The Bergen Museum of Art and Science, 
          Paramus, NJ
         -Twentieth Century Afro-American Artists: Selection from the Permanent
          Collection
, Newark Museum, Newark, NJ

         -Progressions: A Cultural Legacy, The Clocktower Gallery, curated by Viviane

          Brown, Emma Amos, Julia Hotton, NYC, NY
         -Prints From Blocks 1900-1985, Associated American Artists, NY
         -Mid-Hudson Valley Gallery, curated by Barbara Haskell, Poughkeepsie, NY
         -Masters of Collage, 843 Studio Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
         -Minority Art Educators, The Interchurch  Center, in conjunction with 

          Cinque Gallery, NYC, NY

1984 -The Women's Art Exhibit, Purdue University, Fort Wayne, IN
         -Diane Brewer Gallery, NYC, NY
         -Saginaw Art Museum, Saginaw, MI
         -Gallery Artists Exhibition, Ericson Gallery, NYC, NY
         -Celebration: Eight Afro-American Artists, Henry Street Settlement/Louis 
          Abrons Arts for Living Center, curated by Romare Bearden, NYC, NY; catalogue
1983 -Salute to Black Women Artists, First Women's Bank, NYC, NY
         -The Member's Gallery, Albright-Knox Museum, Buffalo, NY
         -The Water's Edge, Ericson Gallery, 2 person exhibit, NYC, NY
1982 -Invitational Show, Ericson Gallery, New York
         -Black Achievement in the Arts, Equitable Life Assurance, New York
         -Miriam Perlman Gallery, Chicago, IL
         -Renaissance Gallery, Cleveland, OH
         -Beauty Exhibition, Cat Video, NYC, NY
1981 -Biennial Print Exhibition, curator Gene Baro, Brooklyn Museum, NY
         -Recent Acquisitions, The Studio Museum of Harlem, NYC, NY
         -Illusions of Space, The First Women's Bank, NYC, NY

         -The Working Process, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, NY

         -Enroute: Six Contemporary Artists, The Studio Museum in Harlem,
          Curated by Patricia Moman Bell, NYC, NY
         -Off the Wall, Ludlow-Hyland Gallery, NYC, 

         -Action Against Racism, Westbeth Gallery, New York

         -I.P. Stanback Museum, South Carolina State College, Orangeburg, SC
         -Westdeutsch Landesbank, New York, NY
         -Inaugural Exhibition,  Jazzonia Gallery, Detroit, MI 
         -Voices Expressing What Is: Action Against Racism, Westbeth Gallery, NYC, NY                  

1980 -Annual Juried Show, curated by Grace Glueck, Hudson River Museum, 

          Yonkers, NY
         -Prints and Drawings of Afro-Americans, Museum of the National Center for
          Afro-American Artists, Roxbury, MA; national touring exhibition
         -ll Works, curated by Patterson Sims, 80 Washington Square East Gallery, NY
          University, NYC, NY
         -Summer Show, inaugural exhibition for Kenkeleba Gallery, New York
         -Newton Street Gallery, Washington, DC
1979 -N.Y. Artists: New Sensibilities, 22 Wooster Gallery, New York City, NY
         -Eastville Artists, curated by Alvin Loving, Guild Hall Museum, East 
          Hampton, NY
         -Art Works, Diane Brewer Gallery, NYC, NY
1978 -25th Annual Juried Exhibition, curate by Hans Namuth, Parrish Art 
           Museum, Southampton, NY                    
         -Women Celebrate Women, Nassau
           County Museum, Hempstead, NY
         -Elaine Benson Gallery, Bridgehampton, NY
1977 -Grace Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
1976 -National Association of Fine Arts Small Colleges, national tour, Wooster 
           College, OH
1974 -La’Universita Dei Stranieri, Perugia, Italy
                                                                                                               
Grants, Fellowships, Residencies and Awards
2018 -Pratt Faculty Development Fund Award, Grant
2017 -Hydra Art Project, Perugia, Italy, Residency
2015 -2016 -Experimental Printmaking Institute, Lafayette College, 
          Easton, PA, Residency
2014 -The Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Foundation, NYC, NY, Grant
2013 -The Artists' Fellowship Inc, NYC, NY, Grant 
         -The Mayer Foundation, NYC, NY, Grant
2012, 2009 -Pratt Faculty Development Grant, Pratt Institute of Art, 

          Brooklyn, NY

2007 -Cultural Envoy to Syria, Representing the USA at the 7th 

          Annual Women's Art Festival, Aleppo, Syria

1999 -Brandywine Workshop, Philadelphia, PA, Fellowship
1997 -Lower East Side Printshop, Inc., NYC, NY, Fellowship
         -Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, NC, Residency
1996 -The Wheeler Foundation, NYC, NY, Grant
         -West Virginia Wesleyan College, Buckhannon, WV, Residency
1994 -The Pollock-Krasner Foundation, Inc., Grant
1992 -Pondside Press Graphics Workshop, Rhinebeck, NY, Fellowship
1991 -Triangle Workshop, Pine Plains, NY, Residency
         -The Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions, Rutger's University, 
          New Brunswick, NJ, Fellowship
1990 -New York Foundation for the Arts, Drawing, Grant
1989 -Bob Blackburn's Printmaking Workshop, Fellowship, NYC, NY
1988 -Coalition of 100 Black Women's Century Art Award, Best of Show, 

          Juror Kellie Jones, Stamford, Conn.

1986 -Poster design for Jazz Mobil and Lincoln Center, Assoc. of 

          Graphic Arts Awards, NYC, NY

1985 -New Jersey State Council on the Arts, Grant
1984 -N.Y. State Council on the Arts, Artist in Residence at Cinque Gallery, 

          NYC, NY

1981 -National Endowment for the Arts Washington, DC, Grant
         -The Jerome Foundation Grant, NYC

Reviews, Articles, Catalogues and Publications

2019 -The Shape of Abstraction: Selections From the Ollie Collection, catalogue 

          essay by Rehema C. Barber, Forward by Director Brent Benjamin, Saint Louis 

          Art Museum, St. Louis, MO

2018 -The Brooklyn Rail, Nanette Carter: An Act of Balance, by Jonathan Goodman,

           Artseen, Feb 23
         -The New York Times, Weekend Arts II, Galleries, mention by Holland Cotter,     
          March 9
         -Balancing Hope/ Esperanza en Armonia, Catalogue for solo exhibition at Museo de
          Bellas Artes, Habana, Cuba, Statement by Jonathan Goodman and Nanette Carter
         -Wall Street International Magazine, An Act of Balance, by Daniel Gauss, March 9
         -Prattfolio, Fall/Winter 2018, published by The Office of Communications Pratt
          Institute
         -The A-Line: A Journal of Progressive Thought, image for "At Shakespeare's
           Bed", Vol.1, No. 2, Feb.6
2017 -Magnetic Fields: Expanding American Abstraction 1960's to Today, Catalogue
          for Traveling group show, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, "Erin Dziedzic on

          Nanette Carter", "Nanette Carter on EJ Montgomery", June 

         -Artnet news, Yes, Black Women Made Abstract Art Too, by Ben Davis, October 20
         -Montclair Local, Montclair Native Nanette Carter Shows Her Art-Work in Italy, by   
           Elizabeth Oguss, July
2016 -DxD: Differentiate by Design, Biannual Pratt publication, Profile by Charlotte Savidge, 

          March

2014 -African American Artists and Abstraction, National Museum of Fine Arts, Catalogue,        

          Statements by Naima J. Keith and Alejandro Anreus, PhD, Havana Cuba

2013 -The Drawing Magazine, Drawing Materials, article by Lauren Kirchner, Spring, NY, NY
2012 -Pulse Magazine, Transcending Race, article by Oliver Peterson,  Southampton,
          NY, February
2010 -Black Renaissance Noire,” Alvin Loving: My Mentor My Comrade”, article and art by 

          Nanette Carter, Inst. of African American Affairs at NYU, Vol.9

         -Show at Solar Evoking McLuhan’s Observation, review by Eric Ernst, East Hampton 

          Press, March 17

         -Mediums at Solar Gallery, reviewer Marion Weiss, Dan’s Paper, East Hampton March 19
2009 -Uptown, article by Cheryl Riley, The Summer Issue, NYC,  NY
2008 -Seminal Works from the N’Namdi Collection, written by Dick Goody, Catalogue

          Oakland University of Art

         -Studios and Workspaces of Black American Artists, text by Dennis L. Forbes, Published 

          by Dennis L. Forbes

         -Pratt Prints, catalogue,  traveling show in Sao Paulo, Brazil
         -The Collector, Cultural Envoy to Syria, by Jacqueline N’Namdi, Chicago, Ill, vol.1
         -Chicago Tribune, review by Alan Artner, May 16
         -Inaugural Artists, Sharon Simmons Gallery, catalogue, Brooklyn, N
2007 -Art in America, review by Jonathan Goodman, Jan.
         -Tishreen, American Artist at Kozah Gallery, Damascus, Syria, Nov. 27
         -Tishreen, Art Pieces by an American Artist, Damascus, Syria, Nov. 28                           
         -Tishreen,, A View on Contemporary Western Art, Damascus, Syria, Dec.3
         -Syria Times,, Syrians excited by Nanette’s Creativity,  Damascus, Syria, Dec.3
2006 -The Independent, Ashland, NC, Feb. 16 
         -Aqueous, catalogue, essay by Dr. Leslie King-Hammond, G.R. N'Namdi Gallery,
            N.Y.C., N.Y.
2005 -Art News, review by Margaret Hawkins, December
         -The Boule Journal, Cover image, Fall
         -Nanette Carter: Fluid Borders, catalogue, N'Namdi Gallery, Chicago, IL 
         -​Town and Country, "Sag Harbor", article by Jennet Conant, Oct
         -The Chemistry of Color: African-American Artists in Philadelphia, 1970- 1990, 

          by Kim Sajet, The Harold A. and Ann R. Sorgenti  Collection of Contemporary African-   

          American Art at the Pennsylvania Academy Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA

         -Dwight Englewood School Today, Familiar Face, Fresh Paint,  article by Maria    

          Asteinza , NJ, Spring 

         -The Montclair Times, Former Montclairite Showing Art in Englewood, Feb. 3
         -Winston-Salem Journal, Opening on a High Note, NC,  Feb.13
         -Winston-Salem Journal, Fine Art in New Home,  NC, Jan.9
2004 -A Century of African American Art: The Paul Jones Collection, edited by
          Amalia K. Amaki, Nanette Carter's Discursive Modernism: The Collage-
          Aesthetic in "Light Over Soweto #4",  chapter by Ann Eden Gibson, Rutgers
          University Press, NJ               
         -A Universe of Art, catalogue for Credit Suisse/ First Boston, NYC, NY
         -Five Contemporary Voices in a New Space, catalogue for Delta Arts Center, Winston-
           Salem, NC
         -Creating Their Own Image: African American Women Artist, by Dr. Lisa Farrington, 

          Oxford University Press, Oxford, England

         -Three Decades of American Printmaking The Brandywine Workshop Collection,
          introduction by Halima Taha, Ph.D., Hudson Hills Press
         -The Chronicle, Diggs Gallery Will Host Symposium, Winston Salem, NC , March 18
2003 -The International Review of African American Art, cover work, article Cherilyn Wright, 

           “A   Visual Explosion in Harlem”, Hampton University, Hampton, VA, vol.18, no.4 

2002 -The New York Times, Holland Cotter review,  “Six American Masters” , June 14
         -Six American Masters, catalogue essay by Kellie Jones, Sugar Hill Art Center, NY
         -ARTnews, Arlene McKanic review, “Six American Masters” 
         -Detroit Free Press, Keri Guten Cohen review, “Mylar Lends Texture and Tension”, 

          December 15

2001 -O: The Oprah Magazine,  “The Artist Way", November
         -Philadelphia Daily News, Renee Lucas Wayne review, “Off the Wall- Investing in
          Original African American Art”, PA, February 10
2000 -Slightly Off Keel, catalogue essay by Karen Wilkin, June Kelly Gallery, NY
1999 -Detroit Free Press, Karen Guten Cohen review, “Abstracts, Nudes Make Great Art”,     

          September 26

         -The Philadelphia Inquirer, Edward Sozanski review, “Metaphors on Mylar”, October 22
         -Women Artists in Celebration of Lois Mailou Jones, catalogue essay by Julia Hotton, 

          National Arts Club, New York

         -A Place by the Sea, catalogue essay by Jim Richard Wilson, The Sages Colleges 

          Rathbone Gallery, Albany, NY

         -The Daily Gazette, Patricia Krup review, “Abstract Ideals” Albany, NY, March 5
         -Metroland, Stacey Lauren review, “Skimming the Surface”, Albany, NY, review, 

          March 21

         -Beyond the Veil: Art of African American Artists at Century’s End, Cornell Fine Arts
          Museum, Rollins College, Winter Park, FL
1998 -Hatch-Billops Collection, Inc., James Hatch editor, “Artist and Influence,” New
           York, NY, Calvin Reid, interviewer
         -The Columbus Dispatch, Nancy Gilson review, “Sisters on Canvas: Ohio Native
           Comes Home”, review, October 5
         -Beyond the Veil: Art of African American Artists at Century’s End, catalogue essay
           by Mary Jane Hewitt, Ph.D., The George D. and Harriet W. Cornell Fine Arts   

           Museum, Winter Park, FL

         -Collecting African American Art: Works on Paper and Canvas, by Halima Taha, 

          Crown Publishers, Inc., NYC, NY

         -ART New England, Alicia Faxon review, June/July
         -The Southampton Press, Erica-Lynn Gambino review, Goodheart Gallery, 

          “Creations”, April 23

         -The New York Times, Phyllis Braff review, Long Island Section, Sunday, April 19
         -Sag Harbor Express, Annette Hinkle review, “Creations: Exploring Conflicts
          and Natural Order”, Thursday, April 2
         -Dan’s Paper, Marion Wolberg Weiss review, “Art Commentary”, Friday, April 17
1997 -Point-Counterpoint, catalogue essay by Calvin Reid, June Kelly Gallery, NY
         -The New Art Examiner, Richard Leslie, “Racism in the Art World: A Report on a
           Report”,  Chicago, IL
         -The International Review of African American Art,  Jonell Jaime, “Fresh Paint!
           New York Scene”, Hampton University Museum, VA, vol. 13, no. 4
         -Essence Magazine, Khephra Burns, “Reframing Black Art”, July
1996 -Bearing Witness: Contemporary Works by African American Women Artists,
          catalogues essays by Lowery Stokes Sims, Judith Wilson, Beverly Guy-Sheftall,
          Jontyle Robinson, Akua McDaniel and Tritobia Benjamin, Spelman College
          Museum of Fine Art, Atlanta, GA, catalogue published by Spelman College
          and Rizzoli International Publications 
         -Merry Christmas Baby, Paula Woods & Felix Liddell, Merry Christmas, Baby,”
           Harper Collins, NY
1995 -The Philadelphia Inquirer, Edward Sozansky review, October 13

         -American Visions, Anthony Murphy, article, September

         -Gumbo Ya Ya: Anthology of Contemporary African-American Women Artists,
           introduction by Dr. Leslie King-Hammond, Midmarch Arts Press, New York
         -African-American Printmaking 1838 to the Present, catalogue essay by Harry
           Henderson, The Rockland Center of the Arts, West Nyack, NY
1994 -The New Art Examiner , Tom Csaszar review, Chicago, IL, , summer
         -The Columbus Dispatch, Tracey C. Hummer review, Columbus, OH, July 31
1993 -Monotypes/Monoprints, catalogue essay by Lisa Hagani, Associated American 

          Artists Gallery, New York

         -Twentieth Century African American Art: From the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. 

          Darrell Walker, catalogue essay by David C. Driskell, University of Arkansas at 

          Little Rock, AK

         -The New Art Examiner, Tom Csaszar review, , Chicago, IL, summer
         -The Philadelphia Inquirer, Edward Sozanski review, October 22
1992 -The Expanding Circle: A Selection of African American Art, catalogue essay by
          Melvin Edwards, The Gallery at Bristol-Myers Squibb, Princeton, NJ
         -Master Prints from the Rutgers Center for Innovative Printmaking: The First 5 Years,
          catalogue essay Judith H. Brodsky, The Gallery at Bristol-Myers Squibb, 

          Princeton, NJ

1991 -Triangle Workshop’s 10th Anniversary, catalogue essays by Dore Ashton, Hilton
          Kramer, Karen Wilkin, Usdan Gallery, Bennington College, VT
         -The New York Times, Phyllis Braff review, Long Island Section, Dec., 1
         -ARTnews, Ruth Bass review, February
         -Ithaca Journal, George Bumgardner review, March 21
         -Daily Star, Oneonta, NY, article, March 8
1990 -Essence Magazine, Evette Porter, “Art for Our Sake”, May
         -Southampton Press, Robert Long review, November
         -Newsday, Alastair Gordon review, NYC, NY, December
         -The Sunday Star Ledger, New Jersey, Eileen Watkins, July
         -The Press, "Four Views, Four African American Artists", Cortland, NY, March
1989 -Monoprints/Monotypes, University of Maine at Orono, Museum of Art,  

          Catalogue, Orono, ME

         -The Detroit News, Joy Hakanson Colby review, January 27
         -The Detroit Free Press, Marsha Miro review, February 12
1988 -Who’s Uptown: Harlem ’87, catalogue essay by Deidre L. Bibby, The 

          Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, NYC, NY

         -The New York Daily News, article, March 12
         -Black Art Today, video produced by Lisa Jones
1987 -Current Thinking, catalogue essay by Corrine Jennings, Kenkeleba Gallery, 

          NYC, NY

1986 -The Christian Science Monitor, article by Theodore Wolff, “Artist at Work -Nanette
           Carter”, September 11
         -Essence Magazine, article by Harriett Cole, July

         -Detroit Free Press, review by Marsha Miro, June 10

1985 -The Collage Handbook, John and Joan Digby, Thames and Hudson, London,
          England
         -Black Women in the Arts, catalogue essay by Kenneth W. Bentley, Carnation
         Company Publication, Los Angeles, CA
1984 -Celebration: Eight Afro-American Artists Selected by Romare Bearden, introduction by                      Romare Bearden, Henry Street Settlement, Louis  Abrons Arts for Living Center, New York
         -Detroit News, article by Joy Hakanson Colby, October 16
         -Detroit Focus Quarterly, article by Barbara Siwula, December
1982 -Midnight Birds, cover design for book by Mary Helen Washington, Japan
         -Black Currant, by Janet Henry, Magazine produce by Just Above Midtown 

         Gallery, NYC, NY

1981 -Christian Science Monitor, Theodore Wolff review, February 2
         -WNET, Channel 13, television slide presentation for Black History Month, February

         -The Montclair Times, NJ, article, February 19

1980 -Flair magazine, article by Coreen Simpson, November
1979 -The New York Times, Long Island section, Helen Harrison review, Sunday, February 5
         -East Hampton Star, article, NY, February 15
1978 -Newsday, article by Amei Wallach, NY, May 28
         -Women Artists Newsletter, article by Rae Ferren, NY

Commissions
2012 -Museum of African American History, Bust of President Obama, Detroit, MI
2005 -Poster for "Sag Harbor Hills 55th Anniversary, Sag Harbor, N.Y.
2003 -Mudd Library, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio, Juried
1990 -Poster for “Black Women in the Arts 1990” exhibition,      

          Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ

1985 -Poster for Jazzmobile Concert, Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center, 

          NYC, NY

1980 -Dwight-Englewood School, Englewood, NJ, Mural 

Lectures, Workshops, Juries, Panels and Demonstrations

2020 -St. Louis Art Museum, St. Louis, MO, Panel

2019 -Gallery Ami Kanoko, Osaka, Japan, Gallery Talk

         -Bearden Foundation, Legacy of Cinque Gallery, NYC, NY, Panel 

2018 -Bard College, Annandale-On-Hudson, NY, Critiques, Lecture
         -Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Habana, Cuba, Workshop, Lecture
         -Instituto Superiore de Arte, Habana, Cuba, Class Discussion
         -Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Foundation, NYC, NY, Juror 
         -Black Artists and the Abstraction Idiom, Eric Firestone Gallery in 

          conjunction with "Joe Overstreet, Selected Works", NY, NY, Panel

         -Galerie Lelong, Discussion on exhibition, "Mildred Thompson: 

          Radiation, Exploration and Magnetic Fields", NYC, NY, Panel

         -University of Hawaii at Hilo, Hilo, Hawaii, Lecture
         -Montclair Art Museum, 11th Annual Film Forum, NJ, Panel
2016 -Kyoto Seika University, Kyoto, Japan, Workshop, Lecture
         -Bishop Gallery and BRIC, Brooklyn, NY, Panel
2015 -Lafayette College, Easton, PA, Lecture, Critiques
2014 -Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY; Pratt Professor’s Lecture Series
2013 -N’Namdi Center for Contemporary Art, Detroit, MI; Lecture 
         -Shiva Gallery, John Jay College, NYC, NY; Panel
         -Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, NJ; Panel
2010 -N’Namdi Center for Contemporary Art, Detroit, MI; Panel
         -Solar Gallery, East Hampton, NY; Gallery Talk
2008 -Tribeca Performing Art Center, NYC, NY; Lecture
2007 -LePont Gallery, Aleppo, Syria; Lecture
         -The American Cultural Center, Damascus, Syria; Lecture
         -Kozah Gallery, Damascus, Syria; Workshop
         -Private University of Science and Arts, Aleppo, Syria; Workshop
         -25 Years of Abstraction, G. R. N’Namdi
           Gallery, NYC, NY; Panel
2006 -Ohio Council on the Arts, Cincinnati, Ohio; Painting Juror 
         -The Huntington Museum, The Walter Gropius Artist Workshop, 

          Huntington, WV; Workshop, Lecture

         -Marietta College, Marietta, Ohio; Workshop, Lecture
2005 -The Princeton Club, N.Y.C., NY; Lecture
2004 -Winston Salem State University, Winston Salem, NC; Critique, Panel
         -University of Delaware, Newark, DE; Lecture, Interview
2003 -Wayne State University, Detroit, MI; Lecture
         -Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio; Lecture, Critiques
2002 -Sumei Multidisciplinary Art Center, Newark, NJ; Lecture, Critiques
         -New York Foundation for the Arts, NYC, NY; Painting Juror
2001 -The Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University, DePont Visiting 

          Artist Lecture Series, Boston, MA; Lecture

         -Minnesota State University, Mankato, MN; Lecture, Critiques
         -Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI; Lecture, Critiques
         -Paterson State College, Paterson, New Jersey; Lecture, Critiques
         -Lynchburg College, Lynchburg, VA; Lecture and Workshop
2000 -Rhode Island School of Design Museum of Art, Providence, RI; 

          Lecture, Critiques

         -Concordia College, Bronxville, NY; Lecture, Demonstration
         -Barbara Greene Gallery, NYC, NY; Lecture
         -The Rockland Center of the Arts, West Nyack, NY, Panel with 

          Howardena Pindell

1999 -Kentucky State Council, Frankfort, KY; Juror
         -University of Wichita, KS; Lecture, Workshop
         -Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, PA; Panel
         -The Sage Colleges, Albany, New York; Panel
1998 -The Tougaloo Art Colony, Tougaloo College, Tougaloo, MS; 

           Lecture, Workshop

         -Ohio University, Athens, OH; Workshop
         -Museum for African Art, New York, NY; Workshop    
         -West Virginia State College, Charleston, WV, Lecture, Critiques
         -The Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, NJ; Lecture
         -Lynchburg College, Lynchburg, VA; Lecture, Critiques
         -African American Museum, Dallas, TX; Lecture
         -Spokane Falls Community College, WA; Lecture
         -Eastern Washington University, Spokane, WA; Lecture
         -Cheney Cowles Museum, Spokane, WA; Lecture
1997 -University of Rochester, NY; Lecture, Workshops
         -University of South Florida, Sarasota, FL; Lecture
         -Rockland Community College, Suffern, NY; Lecture
         -A.I.R. Gallery, New York; Panel
         -Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, NY; Workshop
         -Sage Junior College of Albany, NY; Lecture
         -Hatch-Billops Collection, Inc., NY; Interview by Calvin Reid
         -Western States Arts Federation, Seattle, WA; Panel
         -Lower East Side Printshop,  NYC, NY, Juror for Special Editions
1996 -West Virginia Wesleyan College, Buckhannon, WV; Lecture
         -Rockland Community College, Suffern, NY; Lecture
         -Spelman College, Atlanta, GA; Panel, Critiques
1995 -Rockland Community College, Suffern, NY; Lecture
         -The Art Institute of Chicago, IL; MFA Critiques and Awards
         -New Jersey State Council on the Arts, Trenton, NJ; Painting Panel
         -State University of New York at New Paltz; Lecture
         -Guild Hall Museum, East Hampton, NY; Adult Workshops
         -The Rockland Center for the Arts, West Nyack, NY; Panel
1994 -Merrill Lynch, Somerset, NJ; Lecture
         -The Art Institute of Chicago, IL; Jury MFA Awards
         -Guild Hall Museum, East Hampton, NY; Adult Workshop
         -Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence; Lecture
         -Rhode Island School of Design, Providence; Critiques
1993 -The Painted Bride Gallery, Philadelphia, PA; Panel
         -Guild Hall Museum, East Hampton, NY; Workshop
         -Ocean City Arts Center, NJ; Demonstration
1992 -Ohio State Council on the Arts, Cincinnati, OH;  Juror
         -Columbus Museum of Art, OH; Panel
         -The Noyes Museum of Art, Oceanville, NJ, Demonstration
         -Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster, PA; Lecture
1991 -Hartwick College, Oneonta, NY; Lecture, Demonstration
         -Pratt Institute of Art, Brooklyn, NY; Panel with Lorna Simpson 
         -Southampton College, NY; Lecture
1990 -Michigan Technological University, Houghton,  MI; Workshop
         -Jersey City College, NJ; Lecture

         -East Hampton Center for Contemporary Art, NY;  Lecture

         -Montclair State College, NJ; Lecture
1988 -The Montclair Museum of Art, NJ; Lecture
         -Bloomfield College, NJ; Lecture
         -The Studio in a School Association, Inc., NY; Workshop
1981 -The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York; Lecture

Selected Public and Corporate Collections

-Perez Museum, Miami, Florida

-Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Havana, Cuba
-The Studio Museum in Harlem, NYC, NY
-The Newark Museum, NJ
-The Montclair Art Museum, NJ
-The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Phila., PA

-Saint Louis Art Museum, Saint Louis, MO

-Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, Ohio
-Jersey City Museum, Jersey City, NJ
-Huntington Museum, Huntington, WV
-Charles H. Wright Museum, Detroit, MI 
-Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT
-Rutgers University School of Graduate
  Management, Newark, NJ
-Mudd Center, Oberlin College Library, Oberlin, Ohio
-Paul R. Jones Initiative, University Delaware, Newark, DE
-Herbert F. Johnson Art Museum, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
-Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI
-The Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University, 

 New Brunswick, NJ

-University of Maryland David C. Driskell Center, College Park, 

  Maryland

-The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL
-The University Museum, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware
-The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio
-The Library of Congress, Washington, DC
-Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, NYC, NY
-The United States Embassy, Lome, Togo
-The Bob Blackburn Printmaking Workshop, NYC, NY
-The Brandy Wine Workshop Collection, Philadelphia, PA
-Lower East Side Printshop, Inc., NYC, NY
-American Express, Minneapolis, MN
-ARCO, Philadelphia, PA
-AT&T, Florida, NJ
-Bristol-Myers Squibb, Princeton, NJ 
-Bellevue Hospital, NYC, NY
-Broadway Savings and Loans, Los Angeles, CA
-CIGNA, Philadelphia, PA
-Cochran Foundation, LaGrange, GA
-Curtis and Edison Law Firm, Detroit, MI
-Deloitte Touche LLP, Parsippany, NJ
-Dwight Englewood School, Englewood, NJ
-Ferguson Development, LLC, Lansing, MI
-First Independence National Bank, Detroit, MI
-General Electric, Fairfield, CT
-IBM, Stamford, CT
-Johnson & Johnson, Inc., New Brunswick, NJ
-Lang Communications, Randolph, VT
-Lucent Technologies, Warren and Basking Ridge, NJ
-Merck Pharmaceutical Co., Philadelphia, PA
-Magic Johnson Enterprises, Los Angeles, CA
-McKinsey & Co., NYC, NY
-Morgan Guaranty Trust Company, NYC, NY
-Motown Corp. L.P., Los Angeles, CA
-Mott-Warsh Foundation, Flint, MI 
-National Steel Corp., Pittsburgh, PA
-Nedd Hotel Collections, London, England
-Nextel Corp., Los Angeles, CA
-Nissho Iwai American Corporation, NYC, NY
-PepsiCo, NYC, NY
-Planned Parenthood, NYC, NY
-Salomon Brothers, NYC, NY
-Sims Varner and Associates, Detroit, MI
-Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher and Flom, NYC, NY
-State Farm Insurance, West Lake, CA 
-Times Mirror, NYC, NY
-U.S.A.A., San Antonio, TX

Films and Videos 
2017   "Ekphrasis, BRIC Films, Produced by Phyllis E. Roker, 

            Brooklyn, NY

2016   “Nanette Carter, In the Abstract", BRIC Films, Produced 

            by Phyllis E. Roker and Joseph Randhelli, Brooklyn, NY

2015   “Opened Window #13”,  mixed media work in film, 

           “Complete Unknown”,  Insert Name, Inc. Production, NYC, NY

2014   Montclair Art Museum’s Centennial Film
2007   Channel 2 English News, Damascus, Syria, interview
2006   “Colored Frames”, film by Lerone D. Wilson, Boondoggle films, 

           Interview

2004   Valentine New York, magazine, interview on web site
1997   “Artists and Influence,” presents Nanette Carter, painter, 

           interview by Calvin Reid, video, November 16

1995   “Segments of Time,” painting used in the film, 

           “Waiting to Exhale”, Monsoon Enterprises, Inc.

            written by Terry McMillan, directed by Forest Whittaker

 
Professional Membership
*1988 - 1994     Member of Artistic Committee, Cinque Gallery, NYC, NY
*2002 - 2006    Member, Board of Directors, The Harlem School of the Arts,  

    NYC, NY

*2006 to Present  Member, Board of Directors, The Matthew G. Carter    

   Apartments,  Montclair, NJ

 
Teaching Experience   
*2001 -        Adjunct Associate Professor, Tenured, Pratt Institute of Art, 

   Brooklyn, NY

*2012 - 2015    Coordinator for Undergraduate Drawing, Pratt, 

   Brooklyn, NY

*2003  Visiting Professor (one semester), Rhode Island School of 

   Design, Providence, RI

*1992 - 1993  Adjunct Professor, The City College of New York 
*1989 - 1990  Workshops for Adults, Jersey City Museum, NJ
*1984 &1985 Summer Adult Workshops: Monotype, Guild Hall Museum, 

   East Hampton, NY 

*1978 - 87  Printmaking and Drawing, Dwight-Englewood School, 

   Englewood, NJ

*1977  Teaching Assistant for Clare Romano, Pratt Institute of Art, 

   Senior Year