Artists Take On Detroit - Projects for The Tricentennial
Deborah Grotfeldt



Born Urbana, Illinois, 1950; lives and works in Houston 

> Education

1979
University of Houston

1971
Eastern Illinois University, Charleston

1969
Southern Illinois University, Carbondale 

> Selected Exhibitions

1997–present
"Watts House Project," in collaboration with Rick Lowe and the Friends of Watts Towers Arts Center, Los Angeles

"Metro Studios Project," in collaboration with Jan Peterson Roddy and Katherine Dunham Center for Arts and Humanities, East Saint Louis, Illinois

"May Street Project," in collaboration with Rick Lowe, the Mill Creek Artists’ Collaborative, and the Fairmount Park Art Association, Philadelphia

1993–present
"Project Row Houses," in collaboration with Rick Lowe, Houston 

> Selected Curatorial Experience

1994
“Between the Ears," curator of six-week residency/installation by Dutch artist Waldo Bien at DiverseWorks, Houston

1992
”Second Cities," curator of exhibition of contemporary art from Guadalajara, Mexico, at DiverseWorks, Houston

1990–93
"LANDscapes," curator/coodinator of annual site-specific temporary outdoor public art exhibition along Buffalo Bayou in conjunction with the Houston International Festival, featuring invited international artists and juried selection of Houston’s artists’ projects

Deborah Grotfeldt Photo




> Education

> Selected Exhibitions

> Selected Curatorial Experience