The Curated Fridge: I Wonder, organized by Yorgos Efthymiadis (curated by Arlette Kayafas): web exhibit, summer 2017

HABITAT/ion: MassArt Alumni Biennial Exhibition, Bakalar Gallery, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, summer 2017

Landscapes 2017, Center for Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins, CO, May 19-July 1, 2017

Shots Magazine Portraits Issue No. 135, page 22, spring 2017

Small Works Salon 2017, Chandler Gallery, Cambridge MA, 2017

The Fishline Creature, (solo show) Stairwell Gallery, St Botolph Club, Boston 2016

Fertile Solitude, Mills Gallery, Boston Center for the Arts, fall 2016 (curated by Elizabeth Devlin)

Olivia J. Kiers
"Exploring a Labyrinth: Fertile Solitude at the Mills Gallery" Art New England blog, October 28, 2016

Wentworth, Sarah,
Hotel Room Rubbings, (self-published book), 2016  (available here)    

Caprices, Trustman Gallery, Simmons College, Boston, 2016

The Curated Fridge, organized by Yorgos Efthymiadis (curated by Caleb Cole): web exhibit, August 2015

In Sight, Lunder Arts Center, Lesley Univ, Cambridge MA, 2015

Islands on the Edge, Atlantic Wharf Gallery, FPAC, Boston, 2015

Winter  Nave Gallery Annex, Somerville MA, 2014
Boston Globe, Boston-area to do list Pick of the Day, July 30, 2014

Off the Wall  Danforth Museum, Framingham MA, 2013

Artist Talk, 2011, Montserrat College of Art, Beverly MA
"Wentworth has extensively merged conceptual art and photography. She explores the realm of 'performance photography'..."

2011 Massachusetts Cultural Council, Artist Fellowship finalist sculpture/installation

Waiting for Enlightenment - Miami art fairs, 2010 (a performance project), as part of #Rank  organized by Jennifer Dalton &
Bill Powhida, a Winkleman Gallery project at SEVEN, Miami art fairs

Smee, Sebastian,
"The Many Guises of Sarah Wentworth" The Boston Globe, May 8, 2010 "...It was brilliantly done, and very

As Others See Us: The Contemporary Portrait 2008, Brattleboro Museum, Brattleboro VT

As Others See Us: The Contemporary Portrait, PDF Brochure

Beem, Edgar Allen, As Others See Us,” Just Looking: New England Art Blog, Yankee Magazine website, 2008. Mentions
Passport Pictures

Colson, Nicole, “An Unusual Contemporary Photo Exhibit at the Brattleboro Museum,” The Keene Sentinel, 11/26/08.
Passport Pictures

Annual Summer Show 2007, Tufts University Gallery, Medford MA
"Sarah Wentworth’s installation
The Complete History of Art (abridged), with its empty frames, wrapped packages, and unpainted
canvases, symbolizes the vastness of the field of art history and suggests its significant influence on today’s artists."

McQuaid, Cate,
Shadow and Misty Tones Dance,” The Boston Globe, July 12, 2007 “Sarah Wentworth’s tongue-in-cheek
 The Complete History of Art (abridged) is funny and provocative. Wentworth has installed a wall full of empty frames,
wrapped bundles, empty canvases, and blocks of wood in a Mondrian-like grid. She’s a prankster tweaking the canon – or perhaps
suggesting that art is itself an empty canvas, to be read as whatever the viewer and society at large project onto it.”

The Chicken Show (guest curator) Mills Gallery, Boston Center for the Arts (catalog), 2001

Rosenblatt, Mia.
"Discreet Subversions: The Surreptitious Installations of Sarah Wentworth"PAJ: A Journal of
Performance and Art
, Vol. 23, No. 2, pp. 55-60. May 2001. The MIT Press

Freeman, Nan, and Mia Rosenblatt.
The Postcard Project: Surreptitious Installations School of the Museum of Fine Arts Press,
Boston 2000, ISBN: 1-880515-57-1
S a r a h W e n t w o r t h
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