Exhibitions

  • Larry Becker Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA,"Color: Seen and Unseen", October 22-December 3, 2016, solo
  • Larry Becker Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA,"Blue Scale [Cool Spectrum]", June 18-September 13, 2016
  • Larry Becker Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA,"New Moon, A Summer Exhibition, In Phases", July 16-September 12, 2015
  • Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, "Something Clicked in Philly": David Lynch and His Contemporaries", September 13-December 28, 2014
  • Icebox Project Space, Philadelphia, PA, "Begin Where You Are", August 14-September 13, 2014
  • Larry Becker Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA, "On Color'(Axis Painting Series)", May 10-June 28, 2014, solo
  • Larry Becker Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA, "Under the Evening Light", Mid-July through Mid-September 2013
  • Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE,"Centennial Juried Exhibition", October 20-January 13, 2013, Juror-John Ravenal
  • Larry Becker Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA, "'To Be Looked at..., Close to...'[Summer Love]", Jul 25 - Oct 6, 2012
  • The Agency of Unrealized Projects (AUP), Basel, Switzerland, 2011
  • Samson Gallery, Boston, MA, "Chain Letter" (invitational), July 2011
  • MASS MoCA, North Adams, MA/Cabinet, Brooklyn, NY, "An Exchange with Sol Lewitt", January-March 2011, catalogue
  • Georg Kargl Gallery, Vienna, Austria, "Personal Structures: Time - Space- Existence", May 7-June 19, 2010
  • Nexus Foundation for Today's Art, Philadelphia, PA, "Nexus Alumni Invitational", December 9 2010-February 4, 2011
  • Philadelphia Photo Arts, Philadelphia, PA, Philly Photo Day, 2010
  • Larry Becker Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA, "The Color of Blue", March 21-April 18, 2009, solo
  • Bjorn Ressle Gallery, New York, NY, "Winter Salon: Works on Paper", including artists William Anastasi, Carl Andre, Stuart Arends, Joseph Beuys, John Cage, John Chamberlain, George Condo, Sol Lewitt, Gerard Malanga, Michaelangelo Pistoletto, Dorothea Rockbourne, Robert Ryman, Fred Sandback, December 13-January 17, 2009
  • Arcadia University Art Gallery, Easton, PA, "A Closer Look Seven", November 13- December 21, 2008
  • New Arts Program, Kutztown, PA, 2008
  • Larry Becker Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA, "Kocot and Hatton: Paintings, Drawings, and Videos", April 1-May 20, 2006, solo
  • The Shore Institute of Contemporary Art, Long Branch, NJ, "Paint It Black", artists: Chakaia Booker, Karen Gunderson, Kocot and Hatton, Gary Kuehn, Sol Lewitt, Quentin Morris, Lars Strandh, Ad Reinhardt, Richard Serra, Merrill Wagner, April 29 - June 4, 2005
  • Larry Becker Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA, "[Some] Drawings [Now and Then]", artists: Eve Aschheim, Marcia Hafif, Kocot and Hatton, Robin Miller, Quentin Morris, Robert Ryman, December 3, 2004 - January 22, 2005
  • Larry Becker Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA, "Array: A Changing Survey of New Work by Gallery Artists & Special Projects", July 20 - August 28, 2004
  • Tufts University Art Gallery, Medford, MA, "Flag", September - October 2004, solo
  • Atwater Kent Museum, Philadelphia, PA, "Contemplating Democracy: An installation of American Icons", artists: Rembrandt Peale, Charles, Wilson Peale, Thomas Sully, Peter Rothermel and Kocot and Hatton, October 1 - November 15, 2004
  • Arcadia University Art Gallery, Glenside, PA, "OPEN", June 9 - July 30, 2004, co-curated by Sandra Firmin & Richard Torchia, catalogue
  • New Arts Program, Kutztown, PA, "15th Invitational Salon Exhibition of Small Works", May 28 - July 24, 2004, curated by James Carroll
  • Arcadia University Art Gallery, Glenside, PA, "Works on Paper", January 16 - March 28, 2004, curated by Jordan Kantor
  • Delaware Center for Contemporary Art, Wilmington, DE, "Wake", June 6- October 12, 2003, solo, rack card, checklist, announcement, artists' talk
  • Larry Becker Contemporary Art, Philadelphia PA, "View", July - September 2003
  • Philadelphia Cathedral, Philadelphia PA, "Circle Show", September 28- December 4, 2003; curated by Elizabeth Hoak Doering, artist in residence
  • Hunterdon Museum of Art, Clinton, NJ," Abstract Photography", November 24, 2002- January 19, 2003; curated by Donna Gustafson
  • New Arts Program, Kutztown, PA, "Eleventh Invitational Salon Exhibition of Small Works", May 24-July 20, 2002; curated by James Carroll
  • OSP Gallery, Boston, MA, March 29 - May 2002, juried by Susan Rosenberg, announcement
  • Print Center, Philadelphia, PA, "Blurred Vision", January25-March 9, 2002; curated by Jacqueline van Rhyn, announcement, checklist, curator's statement
  • Larry Becker Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA, "Semiconscious", April 6-May 19, 2001, solo ; announcement, checklist, artist's statement
  • New Arts Program, Kutztown, PA, "Tenth Invitational Salon Exhibition of Small Works" May 25- July 21, 2001; curated by James Carroll, checklist
  • Larry Becker Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA, "[Some] Prints", October 19-November 17, 2001; announcement, checklist
  • Paul Robeson Gallery, Rutgers University, Newark, NJ, "Exit 15E: Contemporary Art and the New Jersey Turnpike", September 25- November 16, 2001; curated by Corliss Cavalieri, announcement, illustrated brochure, essay by Judith Brodsky, NJN (New Jersey Network public television) DVD "Turnpike"
  • Larry Becker Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA, "[Some] Photography [Abstract]", October 5- November 17, 2001; announcement, checklist
  • Larry Becker Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA, "View", July 28-September 16, 2000; announcement, checklist
  • Works, San Jose, CA, "Mapping", June 20 - July 24 2001; curated by Jennifer Starkweather, announcement
  • Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE, "Delaware Art Museum Biennial 2000", April 6- June 4, 2000; curatorial team; Nancy Miller Batty-Delaware Art Museum's Chief Curator, Judith Cizek-Associate Curator, Jim Lee-Special Project/ Associate Exhibition Designer, announcement, checklist, catalogue, Essay by Miriam Seidel, Biennial 2000 Critic in Residence, April 2000
  • New Arts Program, Kutztown, PA, "Ninth Invitational Salon Exhibition of Small Works", May 26- July 29, 2000; curated by James Carroll, checklist
  • Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA, "Open Video Call Selections", February 5-April 12, 2000
  • Sharjah Arts Museum, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, January 2000
  • Temple Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, "Place of Memory: An Archeology of Site-Specificity", 1969-1999, November 4, 1999-January 15, 2000; organized by Kevin Melchionne and Kara Barnes; announcement, panel discussion, essay by Kevin Melchionne
  • The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago IL, "Philadelphia Artists in Chicago: A Mail Experiment", October 1- 29, 1999; curated by Gerard Brown
  • Larry Becker Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA, "Outside / In-between / Inside", site specific installation, September 15-25, 1999; announcement, check list, and video (premiere at Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA, October 20,1999)
  • New Arts Program, Kutztown, PA, "Eighth Invitational Salon Exhibition of Small Works", May 28- July 24, 1999; curated by James Carroll, checklist
  • Philadelphia Art Alliance, Philadelphia, PA; "Through the Heart of the City", An Exhibition with the Schuylkill River as the Source of Inspiration; May 16- July 5, 1998; curated by
  • Henry Dean, Stuart Fineman, Alan Greenberg, and Ann Hitchins; announcement, checklist, catalogue
  • New Arts Program, Kutztown, PA, "Seventh Invitational Salon Exhibition of Small Works", May 29- July 25, 1998; curated by James Carroll, checklist
  • Meyerson Gallery, Graduate School of Fine Arts, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, "post-PENNism", May 11-30, 1998; announcement, checklist
  • Arcadia University, (Beaver College Art Gallery) Glenside, PA, "Works on Paper 1998", April 1-26, 1998; Juror, Mark Rosenthal, Curator-The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, NY; announcement, checklist
  • Nexus Gallery, Foundation for Todays Art, Philadelphia, PA, "Twenty First Anniversary Exhibition", June 6-28, 1997; announcement, collection of essays
  • New Arts Program, Kutztown, PA, "Sixth Invitational Salon Exhibition of Small Works", May 30 - July 26, 1997; curated by James Carroll, checklist
  • Nexus Gallery, Foundation for Todays Art, Philadelphia PA, "Concrete Poetry", May 2-25, 1997; juried and curated by Dotty Attie, announcement, checklist with curator's and artists' statements
  • New Arts Program, Kutztown, PA, "Fifth Invitational Salon Exhibition of Small Works", May 31-July 27, 1996; curated by James Carroll, checklist
  • Berman-Stieglitz Gallery, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA, "New Art on Paper II, Work acquired with funds from the Hunt Manufacturing Company", March 17-May 26,1996; announcement, catalogue, ISBN 0-87633-102-9, essays by Innes Howe Shoemaker, Ann Percy, John Ittmann, Martha Chahroudi, and Susan Dackerman (Hunt Manufacturing Company permanent collection)
  • Beaver College Art Gallery, Glenside, PA, "Biennial Works on Paper Exhibition", March 28-April 22, 1996; juror, Bill Arning, Director-White Columns Gallery, NY, announcement, checklist
  • Fukuya Gallery, Hiroshima, Japan, "Hiroshima: From Me to You", August 1995; curated by Rene Grayre and Zero Higashida, traveled to Tokyo and the United States
  • New Arts Program, Kutztown, PA, "Fourth Invitational Salon Exhibition of Small Works", June 2-July 29, 1995; curated by James Carroll, checklist
  • The Print Center for Prints and Photographs, Philadelphia, PA," 25 x 25, #21, A Cageian Theme", May 24-July 15, 1995; organized by Kocot and Hatton, checklist
  • Beaver College Art Gallery, Glenside, PA, "Annual Works on Paper Exhibition", March 31-April 24, 1994; juror, Elizabeth Sussman, Curator-Whitney Museum, announcement, checklist
  • San Diego Art Institute, CA, "39th Annual International Exhibition", October 2-31, 1993; juror, Elizabeth Smith, Curator-Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, announcement, checklist
  • Beaver College Art Gallery, Glenside, PA, "Annual Works on Paper Exhibition", February 21-March 21, 1993; juror, Neil Benezra, Chief Curator-Hirshorn Museum announcement, checklist, (Philadelphia Museum of Art purchase award)
  • Main Line Center of the Arts, Haverford, PA, "Patterns on Paper", January 4-21, 1993; curated by Paula Marincola announcement, checklist, essay by Paula Marincola
  • Levy Gallery, Moore College of Art and Design, Philadelphia, PA, "In the Realm of the Monochrome", September 4-October 11, 1992;, curated by Richard Torchia - Levy Gallery Curator, announcement, checklist, catalogue, catalogue essay by Richard Torchia
  • Stieglitz Gallery, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA, "Contemporary Acquisitions from the Julius Bloch Memorial Fund", May 16-August 16, 1992
  • Levy Gallery, Moore College of Art and Design, Philadelphia, PA, Philadelphia, "Juvenilia: The Art of Future Past", September 6-October 13, 1991; curated by Richard Torchia - Levy gallery Curator, announcement, checklist, catalogue, catalogue essay by Richard Torchia
  • Beaver College Art Gallery, Glenside, PA, "Annual Works on Paper Exhibition", April 3-21, 1991; juror, Laura Trippi, Curator of New Museum of Contemporary Art announcement, checklist
  • Nexus Gallery, Foundation for Today's Art, Philadelphia, PA, "Indiscreet Objects of Desire", February 7-March 3, 1991; announcement, checklist
  • Nexus Gallery, Foundation for Today's Art, Philadelphia, PA, "nexus steps over jesse helms into the '90s", September 14-30, 1990; announcement, checklist
  • Borowsky Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, "Birthday Presence: Nexus Turns Fifteen", June 6-July 6, 1990; announcement, checklist
  • Jessica Berwind Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, 1990
  • 615 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA, February 10 - July 28, 1989, solo
  • Levy Gallery, Moore College of Art and Design and Jessica Berwind Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, "Scale/Ratio: A Work for Two Sites", January 6-February 4, 1989; curated by Richard Torchia- Levy Gallery Curator and Jessica Berwind-Director Jessica Berwind Gallery, solo; announcement, videotape, illustrated catalogue, catalogue essay by Richard Torchia, Panel discussion
  • Artmobile Gallery, Bucks County College, Newtown, PA, "Working Together: Collaboration in Art", October 1988-January 1989; curated by Selma Bortner, brochure, artist's statements, poster (traveled to thirteen locations)
  • Jessica Berwind Gallery, Philadelphia, PA 1988
  • Peale Galleries, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, "Students of Hobson Pittman", April 11-May 4, 1984; checklist
  • Peale Galleries, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, "Foundation for Today's Art Retrospective", 1976-83, February 4-March 5, 1983; announcement, checklist, illustrated catalogue, catalogue essay by Richard J. Boyle
  • Lawrence Oliver Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, January 7-February 1,1983, solo ; announcement, poster (silkscreen), checklist
  • Philadelphia Museum of Art, Modern Collection Gallery, Philadelphia, PA , May-August 1982
  • Etage, Philadelphia, PA, "Five Easy Pieces (performance)", May 15-17 and May 29-31, 1981, announcement, poster
  • Butcher and More Galleries, Philadelphia, PA, January 1981
  • Nexus Gallery, Foundation for Today's Art, Philadelphia, PA, "Nexus Invites", June -July 1981
  • The Governor's Home, Harrisburg, PA, "Made in Philadelphia III", April 1-May 23, 1980; Exhibition organized by the Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, curated by Matthew McClain, checklist, catalogue, catalogue introduction by Matthew McClain, (traveled to Faculty Club, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, June 2-26, 1980)
  • A.J. Wood Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, solo 1980
  • Philadelphia Art Alliance, Philadelphia, PA, "Artists of the Alliance", December 10, 1979-January 20, 1980; checklist catalogue, (traveled to Westby Gallery, Glassboro State College, NJ, February 5-29, 1980)
  • Peale Galleries, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, "What We Are And What We Appear To Be", November 8-30, 1979 solo; announcement, poster, checklist
  • First Bank of the United States, Philadelphia, PA, "Great Ideas", April 10-June 10, 1979; organized by the Philadelphia Art Workshop in cooperation with the Painted Bride Arts Center and sponsored by the Cultural Affairs Council of Philadelphia, announcement, catalogue and checklist
  • Nexus Gallery, Foundation for Today's Art, Philadelphia, PA March 27-April 14, 1979; announcement, poster (etching aquatint), checklist
  • William J. Green Federal Building, Philadelphia, PA, "Nexus Group", April 2-May 18, 1979; announcement
  • Fourteen Sculptors, New York, NY, "Nexus at Fourteen Sculptors", December 6-24, 1978; announcement (traveled to Nexus Gallery, Foundation for Today's Art, Philadelphia, 1979)
  • Philadelphia College of Art Gallery of Sculpture, "3 Electric Works", November 8, 1978, 7:00 PM, presentation of three pre-recorded audio / visual works; poster
  • A.C.T. Gallery, Toronto, CN, September 7-30, 1978; announcement
  • Nexus Gallery, Foundation for Today's Art, Philadelphia, PA, "The Artist in the Space Shuttle Society", May 8,1978, 8:00 PM; slide and audio presentation; announcement, poster
  • Nexus Gallery, Foundation for Today's Art, Philadelphia, PA, 1978
  • Nexus Gallery, Foundation for Today's Art, Philadelphia, PA; October 25-November 12, 1977 solo; announcement, poster (silkscreen), checklist
  • Philadelphia Museum of Art Sales and Rental Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, Members of the Foundation for Today's Art, 1977
  • Philadelphia Art Alliance, Philadelphia, PA, "Nexus Will Occupy the Art Alliance", October 17-November 20, 1977; announcement
  • Nexus Gallery, Foundation for Today's Art, Philadelphia, PA, "The Chess Game", November 1977; Kocot and Hatten in collaboration with Michael Quigley and Pat Stewart; photographic documentation of a "musical chairs" chess game
  • Nexus Gallery, Foundation for Today's Art, Philadelphia, PA, "Signatures", December 21 1976 - January 1977, organized by Kocot and Hatten; checklist, organizer's statement
  • Nexus Gallery, Foundation for Today's Art, Philadelphia, PA; September 14-October 2, 1976; announcement, poster (silkscreen), checklist
  • Philadelphia College of Art Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, "Artist's Sketchbooks I", September 8-October 6, 1976, curated by Janet Kardon - Gallery Director; checklist, brochure, brochure forward by Janet Kardon
  • Nexus Gallery, Foundation for Today's Art, Philadelphia, PA, June-August 31, 1976, announcement
  • Alessandra Gallery, New York, NY, "Invitational", June 19-July 10, 1976; announcement
  • Mask & Wig Club, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, film premiere: Into "Another one's Skull", April 27,1976, 3:00, 5:00 & 8:00 PM, produced in collaboration with Middle Earth Books Inc.; announcement, program, poster (off-set litho)
  • Moore College of Art Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, "Philadelphia Museum of Art at Moore College of Art", October 16-November 21, 1975; checklist, illustrated catalogue, catalogue forward by Diane Perry Vanderlip, Director
  • WUHY FM, NOIZE program, Philadelphia, PA, "Audio into Art", February 20,1975, 11:30 PM-1:00 AM; recorded sound works, interview by Annson Kenney, rebroadcast on WLIR FM, Long Island, NY
  • Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA, "Made in Philadelphia II". October 25-December 14, 1974; curated by Suzanne Delehanty - ICA Director, checklist, illustrated catalogue, catalogue forward by Suzanne Delehanty, artists statements, biographies
  • Middle Earth Books, Philadelphia, PA release of Voice Print, December 24,1974; publisher- Middle Earth Books Inc., 33 1/3 LP record, edition of 300, announcement
  • Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA, November 11, 1973; Kocot and Hatten each spend one half hour viewing the Marcel Duchamp retrospective through a single pair of sunglasses with one lens painted black
  • 2032 Spruce Street studio, Philadelphia, PA, "Ten Year Portrait Project" (first public exhibition of paintings from the first four months), May 13,1973; announcement
  • 2032 Spruce Street studio, Philadelphia, PA, "The First Piece of Art for/from the Moon", (Hatten Co. announcement ending the project) December 6,1972, 9:53 PM; announcement
  • Middle Earth Books Inc., Philadelphia, PA, premiere of "Utilization of Intelligence (You are All a Product)", April 16,1972, 4:00 PM; live performance with recorded accompaniment, announcement
  • 2320 Spruce Street Studio, Philadelphia, PA, Life Size Photograph of the Empire State Building (Hatten Co. announcement ending the project), February 7, 1972, 10:28 PM; announcement
  • Marion Locks Gallery, Philadelphia, PA , "Concepts/Drawings", April 20-May 21, 1971; announcement
  • Fleisher Art Memorial, Philadelphia, PA, "A Child's Garden of Art", February 1-28, 1971
  • 1936 Market Street Studio, Philadelphia, PA, "Unveiling of 1/2 of an airplane", August 15, 1970, 7:30 PM; sculpture with performance, announcement
  • Cheltenham Art Center, Cheltenham, PA, "Annual Award Painting Exhibition", February 9-March 2, 1969; poster
  • 1936 Market Street studio, Philadelphia, PA," It is Always Darkest before the Dawn", 1969, 5:30 AM; sound work with sunrise
  • Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, May, 1968
  • Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA, "Created in Philadelphia: New Accessions", 1968
  • Vanderlip Gallery, Philadelphia, PA 1968
  • Vanderlip Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, "Banners at Vanderlip", September 13-October 18, 1967
  • The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, May, 1967
  • Kenmore Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, 1966