Zdzislaw Sikora's work has been presented in more than 35 one- or two-man shows. In addition, he has been invited to exhibit in more than 50 invitation exhibitions including Multiple Hemispheres, Argentina; Paradise Endangered and the New World in Contemporary Prints, Maryland; Contemporary Monoprints and Monotypes, Illinois; International Exhibition of Prints in Kanagawa, Japan, Savannah Contemporary, the London Institutes of Art; Technique is Not Always Cheap: Extraordinary Printmaking, North Carolina; Figures and Narratives, Alaska; and New American Graphics, a USIA international tour. Sikora's list of printmaking biennials and competitions is too numerous to list, but includes over 150 exhibitions throughout the US, Japan, Poland, Yugoslavia, the Netherlands and the Middle-East. In addition, his work is represented in more than 40 public collections including The Library of Congress, the National Gallery of Art, the Brooklyn Museum of Art, the Fogg Art Museum or Harvard University, the Houston Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts, the Honolulu Academy of Art and the Museo del Graboado.
- Title: Professor
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