Robert G. Edelman
One & Two Person Exhibitions
2013   Lines Crossed: Inner Spaces, Robert G. Edelman                      & Linda Karshan, Waterhouse & Dodd, NY
2003    Collages, Anita Friedman Fine Arts, New York, NY       
1993    Interiors, Anita Friedman Fine Arts, New York, NY
1985    New Work, Jan Cicero Gallery, Chicago, Il.
1982    Recent Paintings, Bernal Gallery, Chicago, Il.
1979    The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Il.

Selected Group Exhibitions
2015   Dogs & Cats, Mark Miller Gallery, New York,                              curated by Nancy Grimes
2014   Summer Gallery Group Exhibition, Heskin Cont., NY                  Feral Objects, curated by Peggy Cyphers & Lucio Pozzi,            Creon Gallery,NY
2012    Watermarks, Words & Art, Fanelli's, 2nd Fl.NY                          Getting From Here to There, AFP Gallery, NY                            Five Fathoms, BBDO Worldwide, NY 
2011    Five Fathoms, Heskin Contemporary, NY
            DRAWN, Adam Baumgold Gallery, NY
            Winter Salon 2011, Bjorn Ressle Projects, NY
2010    Annual Member Show, Robert Blackburn Studios, NY
            Mystery Tour, Tompkins Sq. Public Library Gallery, NY
            Latatara, An Exercise in Visual Poetry, Estonian House,             NYC
2009    Works on Paper II, Anita Friedman Fine Arts, NY
2008    White Out, Fred Thut Gallery, NY
            (curated by Christina Warner)
            The Winter Salon 2008, Bjorn Ressle Gallery, NY
2007    Aqua Art Fair, Heskin Contemporary, Miami
           Group Show, Bjorn Ressle Gallery, NY
           Intimate Works, Anita Friedman Fine Arts, NY
2006    Aqua Art Fair, Heskin Contemporary, Miami
            Artists as Writers, Writers as Artists, Tompkins Sq.                   Library, NY      
            Locus, Bjorn Ressle Gallery, NY
2003    Artists-Critics, NY Arts Review Gallery, NY
2001    Black & White, Anita Friedman Fine Arts, NY
1995    Critics as Artists, Andre Zarre Gallery, NY
1991    Vernissage, Anita Friedman Fine Arts, NY
1987    Land, Trenkmann Gallery, NY
           Small Works Invitational, Bowery Gallery, New York
1982    Still Life, Jan Cicero Gallery, Chicago
1979    Portraits, Bernard Gallery, Calumet College, Hammond,            Indiana
1978    Graduate Exhibition, School of the Art Institute of
            Chicago, Il.

Robert G. Edelman is an artist and art dealer who has written on contemporary art for Art in America, Artnet, ArtPress (Paris), The New Art Examiner, Artnews, Tema Celeste, Cover magazine, among other publications. After receiving an MFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Mr. Edelman was a lecturer for the Education Department of the Art Institute of Chicago, and later a lecturer and tour guide for the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. He has lectured on the Paine Webber collection, and at the Frick collection in New York. He has been a Director for several New York art galleries, including The Sid Deutsch Gallery, BlumHelman Gallery, and Shea & Beker Gallery. He was also director for Annina Nosei Gallery in Chelsea, and gallery director for Anita Friedman Fine Arts at 980 Madiosn Avenue. Mr. Edelman was also an advisor for the law firm Kronish Lieb, Weiner & Hellman, where he selected works and arranged installations for acquisitions of contemporary art for their offices in Manhattan.
Mr. Edelman, with Gina Fiore, curated the exhibition of contemporary art, The Food Show: The Hungry Eye, for the Chelsea Art Museum in New York, which opened at CAM in November, 2006. He wrote the essay for David Kapp: Working the Grid, published by Hard Press, for Mr. Kapp’s exhibition at David Beitzel Gallery in March, 2001. He has also written monographs for several other contemporary artists, and curated an exhibition titled Landscape: The Tranformative Vision, for the Three Rivers Arts Festival in Pittsburgh, PA, in 1989. In addition, he curated a group exhibition, By the Sea for Fotouhi Cramer Gallery in East Hampton in 1996, and the exhibition Getting From Here to There: Images In and About Transition for the AFP Gallery in the Fuller building, NY, in 2012.