• Upcoming
    solo show at Front Room Gallery
    www.frontroom.org
    March 23 - April 15, 2018
    Stay tuned for details!

  • SUMMER SAMPLER at Front Room Gallery
    On view through August 7, 2017
    (note new location on Manhattan's LES)
    Front Room Gallery
    48 Hester Street
    New York, NY 10002
    open 1-6 Wednesday-Sunday
    www.frontroom.org

  • SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 2017
    Artist talk - 2 - 4pm
    Joanne Ungar and Jaynie Crimmins talk about their work
    Reclaim, Recycle
    FLINN GALLERY
    Greenwich, CT
    flinngallery.com/index.php

  • THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2016
    Opening 6p - 8p
    Reclaim, Recycle
    A group show with Jaynie Crimmins, Alice Hope, Jonathan Mess, Constance Old, and me.
    greenwichfreepress.com/around-town/art-?
    FLINN GALLERY
    Greenwich, CT
    flinngallery.com/index.php
    December 8, 2016 - January 18, 2017

  • OCTOBER 2016
    Bushwick Open Studios
    Arts in Bushwick 2016
    Saturday October 1 and Sunday October 2
    11a - 4p both days
    Please join me to chat and see my newest work. I will have refreshments!
    artsinbushwick.org/events (type UNGAR into the search bar of the url)
    Joanne Ungar
    Studio #21 (on third floor)
    Active Space Building
    566 Johnson Avenue at Stewart Avenue
    (entrance is on Stewart Avenue)
    Brooklyn, NY 11237

  • FEBRUARY 2016
    Lapis Lazuli
    a group show curated by Enrico Gomez
    Ground Floor Gallery
    343 5th Street
    Brooklyn, New York 11215
    (646) 801-3338
    February 11 - February 28, 2016
    groundfloorbk.com

  • JUNE 2015
    Reactivator
    Active Space Gallery
    A group show curated by Matt Miller
    566 Johnson Avenue
    ground floor
    Brooklyn, NY 11237
    May 28 - June 14, 2015
    www.activespacestudios.com

  • JUNE 2015
    Arts in Bushwick Open Studios
    Come visit me in my studo!
    Saturday June 6, 12 - 7
    Sunday June 7, 12 - 7
    566 Johnson Avenue at Stewart Avenue,
    The Active Space Building
    studio #21 (on the third floor)
    artsinbushwick.org/open-studios

  • MAY 2015
    You can see and/or purchase small Ungars in each of 3 different
    benefit auctions and raffles listed below.
    I am thrilled to be able to aid these organizations by donating my work.

    1) Arts In Bushwick Making History Benefit Raffle
    4 - 8 pm Sunday, May 10
    Storefront Ten Eyck Gallery
    324 Ten Eyck Street
    Brooklyn, NY 11206
    to purchase a ticket go to:
    artsinbushwick.org/events/makinghistory?

    2) WAGMAG 2015 Benefit Raffle
    7 - 9 Thursday May 21
    The Boiler
    191 North 14th Street
    Brooklyn, NY 11249
    to purchase a ticket go to:
    www.eventbrite.com/e/wagmag-2014-benefi?

    3) Rudolf Steiner School's Spring Gala
    6:30 - 10 Friday May 8
    Guastavino's
    409 E 59th Street
    NY, NY 10022
    to purchase a ticket go to:
    steiner.ejoinme.org/?tabid=674562

  • Working in NYC 2
    Central Connecticut State University, New Britain, CT
    Group show - 27 Artists working in Brooklyn
    Jan 22 - Feb 19, 2015
    www.art.ccsu.edu/Gallery.html

  • Consumed
    Joanne Ungar and Kim Holleman
    Front Room Gallery
    Jan 3 - Feb 8, 2015
    Opening Friday January 9, 2015
    Closing Brunch Sunday February 8
    www.frontroom.org/current.htm

  • Nurture Art Annual Benefit
    Wednesday November 5th, 2014
    Tickets are $300 - a bargain for the art you'll get in return!
    nurtureart.org/?page_id=351

  • FR:15
    Front Room Gallery 15th Anniversary Group Show
    October 10th - November 2nd 2014
    Opening Friday October 10, 7-9pm
    frontroom.org

  • Seeking Space
    The Official Bushwick Open Studios group exhibition.
    Opening Reception Friday May 30, 7p -12a
    566 Johnson Avenue
    artsinbushwick.org/bos2014/directory/se?

  • BUSHWICK OPEN STUDIOS 2014
    May 30, 7p - 9p
    May 31, 12p - 7p
    June 1, 12p - 7p
    Studio #21, 566 Johnson Avenue
    artsinbushwick.org/bos2014/about-2/

  • Identity
    Gallery Nine5
    May 31 - June 29, 2014
    Group show with Women's Caucus for Art
    24 Spring Street
    NY NY
    www.gallerynine5.com
    issuu.com/karengutfreund/docs/identity_?

  • Best Case Scenario
    Group show with:
    Nancy Baker
    Lauren Collings
    Bruce Dow
    Dana Kane
    Eliot Markell
    Norma Markley
    Ellie Murphy
    Katherine Powers
    Jim Prez
    Elizabeth Riley
    Romy Scheroder
    Lawrence Swan
    Jeanne Tremel
    Joanne Ungar
    Cibele Vieira
    Opening Friday April 18, 2014, 7-9pm
    119 Ingraham Street
    Brooklyn, NY

  • Center for Arts Education

    Layered Wax Collages - Recent small work by Joanne Ungar
    March 3 - April 11, 2014
    CAE
    520 Eighth Avenue
    9th floor
    New York, NY 10018

  • Summer Sampler
    A group show at The Front Room Gallery
    Opening in July 2013

    The Front Room Gallery
    147 roebling street
    Williamsburg, Ny
    718-782-2556
    open fri - sun,1 pm to 6 pm & by appointment
    info@frontroom.org
    www.frontroom.org

  • In the Side Room at The Front Room
    A selection of 8 Layered Wax Collages by Joanne Ungar
    Private Reception June 26, 2013 7p - 9p

    The Front Room Gallery
    147 roebling street
    Williamsburg, Ny
    718-782-2556
    open fri - sun,1 pm to 6 pm & by appointment
    info@frontroom.org
    www.frontroom.org

  • OPENING SATURDAY FEB 28 2009, 5-7pm
    Confabulator (a collaborative installation with Joyce Yamada)
    Feb 28 through April 19
    PS 122 GALLERY
    150 First Avenue
    New York, NY 10009
    212-228-4249
    gallery hours Thursday - Sunday, 12-6 pm
    www.ps122gallery.org

  • The Front Room Gallery Wagmag Benefit 2009
    Advanced Viewing Jan 31st - Feb 14th 2009
    Reception and Raffle Saturday Feb 14th, 7-9 pm
    Advanced raffle tickets - $175
    Tickets purchased after February 8th - $200
    All tickets guarantee a work of art
    Entry is free
    Front Room Gallery
    147 roebling street
    williamsburg, ny
    718-782-2556
    open fri - sun,1 pm to 6 pm & by appointment
    info@frontroom.org
    www.frontroom.org

  • The Front Room Gallery Small Works
    December 12, 2008 through January 18, 2009
    The show features Gregory Curry, Erik Guzman, Patricia Smith, Joanne Ungar, Daniel Weiner, Alexander Zolli, and more....
    Front Room Gallery
    147 roebling street
    williamsburg, ny
    718-782-2556
    open fri - sun,1 pm to 6 pm & by appointment
    info@frontroom.org
    www.frontroom.org

  • DELUGE
    a collaborative installation by Joyce Yamada and Joanne Ungar
    "Demo. Eco. M.O."
    curated by Linda Weintraub
    at
    NurtureArt
    910 Grand Street
    Brooklyn, NY 11211
    July 18th through August 18th, 2008
    Read the review of this show at:
    newyorkpress.com/blogx/display_blog.cfm?
    See photos of the "Deluge" installation at:
    joanneungar.com/section/55132.html

  • OPEN STUDIO IN JUNE 2008

    Bushwick Open Studios and Arts Festival
    Saturday June 7th and Sunday June 8th
    12p - 5p
    studio address: 119 Ingraham Street, #413
    www.artsinbushwick.org/events/bos-08/ar?

    GROUP SHOW AT NJCU MARCH 2008
    Sustaining Vision: A Tribute to Arlene Raven
    Harold B. Lemmerman Gallery, New Jersey City University
    March 5 – April 16, 2008
    Artist reception: March 5, 5 – 8 p.m.
    Artists Panel Text and Texture: The Writing for Artists workshop of Arlene Raven
    March 18, 5:30 – 7 p.m. at Gothic Lounge followed by a reception at the gallery.
    In tribute to the late art critic Arlene Raven (1944-2006), eight artists—Elaine Angelopoulos, Donna Maria de Creeft, Janet Goldner, Amanda Guest, Judy Hoffman, Kerry Kehoe, Julie McConnell, and Joanne Ungar—have collaborated to create a multimedia art exhibition to celebrate her life and legacy. Over a decade ago, these artists met more in Raven’s writing workshops, called “Writing for Artists,” to develop writing skills to express their artistic concepts and processes. “Sustaining Vision” refers to Raven’s emphasis on promoting one’s creativity and nurturing it—respecting it as it might evolve, develop, or change. The artists came to trust themselves as they learned to trust each other using this approach. The work shown here encompasses many media, but all share some interesting convergences, making for a cohesive whole.
    Curatorial consultant: Anne Swartz
    This exhibition proudly participates in the national initiative, The Feminist Art Project and the Women's History Month Program of NJCU.