• Munson Williams Proctor Arts Institute Utica, New York

    THE ITALIAN PRESEPE: Cultural Landscapes of the Soul
    October 10, 2015 - January 10, 2015

  • Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Art Gallery - College of the Holy Cross

    EXHIBIT: THE ITALIAN PRESEPE
    Cultural Landscapes of the Soul
    September 3 - December 17, 2014

    Co-curated by Margot Balboni, photographer and Sarah Stanbury, Murray Professor of the Arts and Humanities, College of the Holy Cross. The exhibit includes over fifty of Balboni's photographs in addition to an 18th century presepe genre scene on loan from the Carnegie Museum of Art along with a selection of Piranesi prints from the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, as well as materials from the Houghton Library, Harvard University, the Knights of Columbus Museum and the Fitchburg Art Museum.

  • Boston Globe Weekend Arts - October 30, 2014

    REVIEW: Mark Feeney The Italian Presepe
    Click on LINKS TAB to read article.

  • Worcester Telegram - December 11, 2014

    REVIEW: Nancy Sheehan, Correspondent
    Holy Cross Exhibit Examines Italian Nativity Scenes


  • Holy Cross Magazine - winter 2014

    THE PRESEPE TRAIL

  • Center for Maine Contemporary Art

    Photographing Maine: Ten Years Later
    October - December 2010
    THREE BEDROOM SHADES

  • TRAVELING EXHBITION

    THE AMERICAN MADE ALPHABET
    April - September 2007 The Farnsworth Art Museum
    April - June 2008 The Ucross Foundation

  • UCROSS FOUNDATION

    VISITING ARTIST - October 2007
    Project: POWDER RIVER BASIN - a landscape rich in metaphor.

  • NEW YORK TIMES - GRACE GLUECK

    REVIEW: Grace Glueck
    America the Beautiful and the Altered, From on High.
    NYT Weekend Arts Friday August 24, 2007
    http://www.nytimes.com/2007/08/24/arts/design/24alph.html

  • AMERICAN ACADEMY IN ROME

    VISTING ARTIST - Spring 2005
    Project: Revisit the Rome of Piranesi's theatrical etchings not to record the view, but rather to create a body of work that speaks to the memory of monument and its ever evolving symbolic place in the contemporary.

  • BOSTON CITY HALL PUBLIC ART COMMISSION 2006

    16 foot mural of SUMMER IN THE CITY installed 8th floor City Hall.