Adela Leibowitz


2013 Mesopotamian and Egyptian Mythology, HPGRP Gallery, New York, NY.
2011 The Untitled, HPGRP Gallery, New York, NY.
2009 Adela Leibowitz, 33 Bond Gallery, New York, NY
2006 The Cassandra Prophecy, HPGRP Gallery, New York, NY.
2004 Fairytales of the Macabre, Jack the Pelican Presents Gallery, Brooklyn, NY.


2016 Language of the Birds: Occult and Art, curated by Pam Grossman, 80WSE Gallery, New York University, NY, United States.
2015 An Odyssey: 10 Years of The Torrance Art Museum, Torrance Museum of Art, Torrance, CA, United States.
Building Fictions, organized by Michael Antkowiak, LE Gallery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
2012 Sigils & Symbols, curated by Pam Grossman, Observatory, Brooklyn, NY, United States.
2011 The Unseen, curated by Adela Leibowitz, Torrance Art Museum, Torrance, CA, United States.
Shadowside, Blackall Studios, London, United Kingdom.
Alchemically Yours, curated by Pam Grossman, The Observatory, Brooklyn, NY, United States.
Emerging Contemporary American Painters, HPGRP Gallery, New York, NY, United States.
2010 Group show, HPGRP Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan.
A Separate Peace, co-curated by Anna Ortt and Shane McAdams, McNeill Project Space, New York, NY, United States.
Vision Quest: A Group Show of Neo-Shamanic Art, curated by Pam Grossman, The Observatory, Brooklyn, NY, United States.
2009 Fata Morgana, curated by Pam Grossman, Dabora Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, United States.
Art London, Bo-Lee Gallery, London, United Kingdom.
Moments of Macabre, Bo-Lee Gallery, Bath, United Kingdom.
In This World, Holster Projects, London, United Kingdom.
Launch, Bo-Lee Gallery, Bath, United Kingdom.
2008 Recent Selections: Tedeschi Collection, Parisian Laundry, Montreal, Canada.
Summertime in Paris, Parisian Laundry, Montreal, Canada.
Indifference and Apocrypha, curated by Katerina Lydon-Warner, Fuel Collection, Philadelphia, PA, United States.
Dangerous Women, co-curated by Julie Lohnes and John Nickel, DFN Gallery, New York, NY.
Becoming, curated by Lois Stavsky, New York University, New York, NY, United States.
2007 Once There Was, Once There Wasn’t, Eight Modern, Santa Fe, NM, United States
Lovely, Dark, and Deep, co-curated by Titia Hulst and Barbara Mundy, Pelham Art Center, Pelham, NY, United States.
American Woman, curated by Shuhei Yamatani, HPGRP Gallery, Tokyo, Japan.
2006 Woman: Self-Portrait, curated by Dalit Anolik, Kashya Hildebrand Gallery,New York, NY, United States.
Miami University Young Painters Exhibition, Heistand Gallery, Miami University, OH, United States.
Contemporary Imaginings: The Howard A. and Judy Tullman Collection, Mobile Museum of Art, Mobile, AL, United States.
2005 David Caspar Séance-A Group Show, Jack the Pelican Presents, Brooklyn, NY, United States.
Kunst Zurich, Jack the Pelican Gallery, Zurich, Switzerland.
Day-Dreaming, curated by Tomoko Ashikawa, HPGRP Gallery, New York, NY, United States.
By-Proxy, curated by Mary Kate Maher, Broadway Gallery, New York, NY, United States.
Adela Leibowitz & Ginna Triplett, Dabora Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, United States.
Girl Memories, AG Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, United States.
2003 PS 122 Project Space Artists, PS 122 Gallery, New York, NY, United States.


2016 MUST SEE: Language of the Birds:Occult and Art.” Artforum. January 16, 2016.
2015 Jager, David. “Fine Fictions.” NOW April 15, 2015
2014 Hamada, Jeff. “Adela Leibowitz.” October 17, 2014.
“Art of the Day.” Heaps Mag. August 30 2014.
Laursen, Christopher. “Exteriorizing the Inner Realms: Occult revelations in the art of Abraxas.” Extraordinarium Digital Press and Journal. May 13 2014.
Abraxas Journal Issue #5, March 2014.
“Artist Feature: Adela Leibowitz.” Uproar Radio. February 24 2014.
2013 “The Paintings of Adela Leibowitz.” Juxtapoz Magazine. November 27,2013.
Grossman, Pam. “Adela Leibowitz Show!” Phantasmaphile. November 4 2013.
Pitzl-Waters, Jason. The Wild Hunt A Modern Pagan Perspective. November 27, 2013.
2012 Fensom, Sarah. “Signed, Sealed, Delivered.” Art & Antiques Magazine. June 2012.
“Sigils and Signs : A Group Art Show.” Time Out New York. 27 April 2012.
2011 “Critics’ Pick: Alchemically Yours.” Time Out NY. 5-11 May 2011.
Rabuzzi, Daniel. “Alchemically Yours (Pam Grossman; The Observatory; Visions of Golden Moons, Antimony, and the Nix Alba)”, Lobster and Canary, 2011.
“The Untitled.” Exit Magazine. 3 October 2011.
Grossman, Pam, “Adela Leibowitz Show!” Phantasmaphile, 2011.
2009 Britten, Anna. “Moment Of Macabre.” Metrolife UK. July 2009.
Evans, Tamsin. “Moment Of Macabre.” Art Of England. July 2009: page 71.
Trigg, David. “Art Review: The Launch.” Metrolife Magazine UK. February 2009.
“In This World.” Matchbox Magazine UK. February 2009.
Crowe, Richard. " Adela Leibowitz at Holster Projects." Whitehot Magazine. February 2009.
2008 “Dangerous Women.” American Art Collector. August 2008.
2007 Surreal South, A Collection of Short Stories, (Tulip, 2006, book cover), Press 53, 2007.
Featured Artists, Iniciativa Colectiva, September 2007 No. 1 Vol. 6.
Gouveia, Georgette. “Art By and For Women in Pelham and New Rochelle.” Lower Hudson Online. March 30 2007.
“Ever After.” SF Reporter. 19-25 September 2007.
Parentela, Claudio. “Adela Leibowitz Interview.” The Extra Finger Blog . 2007.
2006 “Featured Artwork.” Mastermind Magazine. April 2006.
Cohen, Dorit. “A Red Riding Hood and a Veil.” NY Arts Magazine. October 2006.
Creative Imaginings:The Howard A. and Judith Tullman Collection, Mobile Museum of Art, catalogue, November 2006.
New American Paintings juried by Bill Arning, Curator, MIT List Center of Visual Art, Issue #62, February 2006.
“On the Town.” NY Sun. 10 August 2006.
Carver, Jon. “Once There Was, Once There Wasn’t:Fairy Tales Retold.” ISSUU-THE Magazine. November 2006
“Art Pick.” The Daily News. August 4 2006.
“Adela Leibowitz.” NY Arts Magazine International Edition. 2006 Vol. 11 no. 9/10.
2005 Zalpin,Brian. “From Vulnerability, to Power to Desire.” The Improper. September 2005 Volume 5.
Grossman, Pam. “Adela Leibowitz.” Phantasmaphile, 2005.
“Critics Pick.” Village Voice. 29 June-5 July 2005 Vol. L No. 26.
2004 Hrbacek, Mary. “Innocence Found.” The New York Art World Magazine. September 2004.
2003 “Nowhere.” Abstract Art Online. December 2003.
2001 Harrison, Helen A. “Art Reviews; Divided by Beliefs but United in Abstraction.” The New York Times. March 18 2001.


2007/08/10 Chashama Inc., Resident Visual Artist, Brooklyn, NY.
2007 Barbara Deming Foundation Grant
2004 George Sugarman Foundation Grant
2003 Ludwig Vogelstein Foundation Grant
2002/03 PS 122 Project Space Residency, New York, NY.
2002 E.D. Foundation Grant
Weir Farm Trust, CT.
2001 Barbera Deming Foundation Grant
Millay Colony for the Arts, Austerlitz, NY.
2000 Ludwig Vogelstein Foundation Grant
Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT.


MFA, Painting, New York Academy of Art, New York, NY.
BFA, Illustration, Fashion Institute of Technology College of Art & Design, New York, NY.