b. 1946, New York
Lives and works in Germantown, NY
1973 MA, American Literature (with honors), San Francisco State University
1968 BA, University of Colorado
SOLO AND TWO-PERSON EXHIBITIONS
Hideout, Almine Rech, Paris
Blue Hills, Yellow Tree, curated by Vivian Chui, Pioneer Works, Brooklyn, NY (forthcoming)
Paintings and Sculptures by Sally and Peter Saul, Art Museum of West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV
Knit of Identity, Rachel Uffner Gallery, New York, NY
Growl Baby Growl, Redbud Gallery, Houston, TX
Introductions 96, Robinson Galleries, Houston, TX
Trans Avant Garde Gallery, Austin, TX
Sit Still, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York, NY
Notebook, curated by Joanne Greenbaum, 56 Henry, New York, NY
Pageant of Inconceivables, curated by Portia Munson and Katharine Umsted, Rachel Uffner Gallery, New York, NY
Ten Years, Rachel Uffner Gallery, New York, NY
A Rose Is A Rose Is A Rose, curated by Nikki Maloof and Louis Fratino, Jack Hanley Gallery, New York, NY
Distortions, curated by Carl D’Alvia, Nathalie Karg Gallery, New York, NY
Cliche, curated by Bill Powers, Almine Rech Gallery, New York, NY
White Columns 2018 Benefit Exhibition and Auction, White Columns, New York, NY
Pageant of Inconceivables, Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild Kleinert/James Center for the Arts, Woodstock, NY
Objects Like Us, part of the exhibition series The Domestic Plane: Tabletop Objects from Art and Craft, curated by Amy Smith-Stewart, the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, CT
Women to the Front: Works from the Miller Meigs Collection, Lumber Room, Portland, OR
30th Anniversary Exhibition, Part Deux, Jack Hanley Gallery, New York, NY
Fort Greene, curated by Adrianne Rubenstein, Venus over Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
3 Sculptors, Rachel Uffner Gallery, New York, NY
Minerva, Cuevas/Tilleard Projects, New York, NY
Onion by the Ocean, organized by Essye Klempner and Elisa Soliven, Underdonk, Brooklyn, NY
At Home, curated by Dan Nadel, Launch F18, New York, NY
Human Moments, Cade Tompkins Projects, Providence, RI
Anthropocene, Canada Gallery, New York, NY
If You’re Accidentally Not Included, Don’t Worry About It, Zurcher Gallery, New York, NY
The 1999 NCECA Clay National, juried by Tré Arenz, Robert Brady, and Ron Meyers, Columbus Cultural Arts Center, Columbus, OH
Juror’s Choice, Women & Their Work Membership Show, curated by Lynn Herbert, Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, TX
Chill, Winter Street Center, Houston, TX
Women & Their Work Membership Show, curated by Annette Carlozzi, Jack S. Blanton Museum, Austin, TX
Rubber, Lawndale Art & Performance Center, Houston, TX
Five-person group show, Niendorff Gallery, Austin, TX
Female Energies, Martin-Rathburn Gallery, San Antonio, TX
Common Ground, Atea Ring Gallery, Essex, NY
Three-person show, Martin-Rathburn Gallery, San Antonio, TX
Bout Bicycles, Idea Institute for Design and Experimental Art, Sacramento, CA
Holy Night, John Natsoulas Gallery, Davis, CA
Animal Show, John Natsoulas Gallery, Davis, CA.
Mexic-Arte’s Austin Annual, Austin, TX
Out of Control, with Peter Saul, Venus Over Manhattan, New York, NY
McMahon, Katherine. “Habitat: Peter and Sally Saul in Studios in Upstate New York,” ARTnews, April 12, 2019
Steinhauer, Jillian, “What To See In New York Art Galleries This Week,” The New
York Times, July 31.
Indrisek, Scott, “Peter and Sally Saul on How to Thrive as a Creative Couple,” Artsy, July 17.
Fan Zhong, “The 10 Art Clichés the Art World Hates to Love (or Maybe Just Plain Loves),” W Magazine, June 20.
Adrianne Rubenstein, “40 Artists Share Their Favorite Shows of 2017,” Artsy, December 25
Andrew Russeth, “34 Artworks I Would Like to Acquire from NADA Miami 2017,” ART News, December 7.
Will Heinrich, “What to See in New York Art Galleries This Week,” New York Times, October 11.
John Yau, “The Raging Optimism of Sally Saul,” Hyperallergic, October 1.
Casey Lesser and Scott Indrisek, “The 15 New York Shows You Need to See This September,” Artsy, August 30
Dylan Kerr, “The 10 Most Outstanding Sculptures of NADA Miami Beach 2016,” Artspace, December 2.
Benjamin Sutton. “Ceramics Stage a Coup at NADA Miami Beach 2016,” Hyperallergic, December 1.
Ken Johnson, “NADA Art Fair Offers the Wacky and Political, Plus Basketball,” The New York Times, May 5.
Benjamin Sutton, “NADA New York Gets Nasty,” Hyperallergic, May 5.