Selected group and two-person exhibitions
 Allegro/Adagio, Janet Passehl and Irene Barberis, Tibaldi Arte Contemporanea, Rome, Italy
11 Women of Spirit, Part 4, Zürcher Gallery, New York, NY
Le Feuilleton: I Will Bear Witness, curated by Dr. Jo Melvin, Spoleto, Italy
Janet Passehl and Howard Smith, Thomas Rehbein Gallerie, Cologne,  Germany
Cultural Threads, Walker Street Gallery and Art Center, Dandenong, Australia
States and Senses, Kudos Gallery, UNSW Art & Design, Sydney, Australia
Connecticut Contemporary, Silvermine Gallery, New Canaan, CT
Appearances (with Patrick Carrara), ODETTA, Brooklyn, NY
Flatfile installation, ODETTA, Brooklyn, NY
Modi des Minimierens, Galerie Gisela Clement, Bonn, Germany
Fabrik, Ian Potter Museum of Art, University of Melbourne, Australia
Schwarz (Black), Thomas Rehbein Gallery, Cologne, German 
Art & Textiles  Fabric as Material and Concept in Modern Art from Klimt to the Present
, Wolfsburg Museum, Wolfsburg, Germany; Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart, Germany
The Drawing Center Benefit Auction, New York City
Extended Drawing, Tegnerforbundet, Oslo, Norway
The Jewel Thief, (curated by Jessica Stockholder and Ian Berry) Francis Young Tang Teaching  Museum and Art Gallery, Saratoga Springs, NY
On Paper, Stalke Galleri,  Kirke Saaby, Denmark
InVisible, (Uta Barth, Karin Sander, others) Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (Mass MoCA), North Adams,  MA
One, Stalke Up North, Copenhagen, Denmark
Apparently Invisible, Selections, Spring 2009, The Drawing Center, NY
One More,  (Anastasi, Andre, Bradshaw, Barry, Highstein, Nonas, Ryman, Wagner, others) Thomas Rehbein, Cologne, Ger.            
Winter Salon, Bjorn Ressle, New York, NY 
One More, Esberg Museum, Esberg, Denmark
Connecticut  Contemporary, Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT
LeWitt X 2, Selections From The LeWitt Collection, Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, Madison, WI, Weatherspoon Museum, Austin Museum of Art, Cincinnati Art Museum and Miami Art Museum
Twice Drawn, Tang Museum, Saratoga Springs, New York
Femme-Brut(e), (Graves, Kruger, Neel, Pindell, Saar, others) Lyman Allyn Art Museum, New London, CT
New Acquisitions, Works On Paper, New Britain Museum of American Art, New Britain, CT
Trace, (Beuys, Duchamp, El Hanani, Paine, others) The Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery, University of the Arts, Philadelphia
Iron Works, Anne Reid Art Gallery, Princeton Univerisity, Princeton, NJ, and Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery, Philadelphia
Selections from the LeWitt Collection, curated by Sol LeWitt,  The New Britain Museum of American Art, CT
Artists’ Collections,  Collection Lambert, Avignon, France
2000,  The Corridor, and  Reyjavik Art Museum, Reykjavik, Iceland
The Curve of Her Spine, Montserrat College of Art, Beverly, MA
Women Draw, Gallery Onetwentyeight, New York, NY
Raw Space, Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT
Open Mind:  The LeWitt Collection, Wadsworth Atheneum, CT

Selected one-person exhibitions 
2006     Drawings,  Hamden Hall Country Day School, Hamden, CT
2003    Grain, Housatonic Museum of Art, Bridgeport, CT
2001    Cloth, University Galleries, Central Connecticut State University, New    Britain, CT
1996    Galleri Sævars Karls, Reykjavik, Iceland
1993    Gangurinn/The Corridor, Reykjavik, Iceland

Selected Collections
Roberto Tibaldi, Rome, Italy
Allen Memorial Art Museum at Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH
Stephen Antonakos and Naomi Specter
The Blanton Museum of Art, Austin, TX, Gift of the Laurence Miller Family Collection
Dove Bradshaw and William Anastasi,  New York, NY
Colorado Springs Fine Art Center Museum
Alice and Walter Hekster, Amsterdam,  The Netherlands
The Sarah-Ann and Werner H. Kramarsky Collection,  New York, NY
The LeWitt Collection, Chester,  CT
Eva LeWitt, New York, NY
The Laurence Miller Family Collection
The New Britain Museum of American Art, New Britain,  CT
Agnes and William Peelle, West Hartford,  CT
Private Collection, Cologne,  Germany
The Francis Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery, Saratoga  Springs, NY
Stalke Collection, Copenhagen,  Denmark

Selected bibliography
Art Düsseldorf, October 2019 (web)
Gross, Philip. Love Songs of Carbon. Bloodaxe Books, 2015: cover image.
Everett, Percival, ed. Ploughshares. Emerson College, Fall, 2014: p. 55 image.
Berry, Ian and Jack Shear, eds. Twice Drawn: Modern and Contemporary Drawings In Context. Tang Museum and DelMonico-Prestel, New York, 2011.
Imdahl, Georg. “’One More’ Bei Thomas Rehbein.”Artnet Magazin 01-23-09.
Simpson, Joel.  “Björn Ressle, Winter Salon.” M Magazine,January 2009.
Rosoff, Patricia.  Art New England. June/July 2006. 
Glueck, Grace.  “Art Review, New Britain Museum.” The New York Times July 25, 2003.
Zella Robbin, ed., and William Anastasi..  Grain. Housatonic Museum of Art, 2003.
Mézil, Éric, editor.  Artists’ Collections.  Collection Lambert 2001:p. 176.
 Fridjonsoon, Helgi. Gangurinn, The Corridor. Reykjavik Art Museum - Harbour House. 2000.
O’Brien, Barbara.  The Curve of Her Spine. Montserrat  College of Art,  1997
Clark, Elisabeth.  “Imaginative exhibit at Montserrat.”  Salem Evening News Feb 13, 1997.
Berger, Laurel.  “In Their Sights.”  ARTnews. March, 1997: p. 96.
Porláksson, Eiríkur.  “Perception and Reference Point,”  Morgunbla∂i∂  May 11, 1996.
Kahn, Robin, ed.  Time Capsule/A Concise Encyclopedia By Women Artists. Creative Time in      cooperation with SOS Int’l, 1995: p. 167.
Schwendenwien, Jude.  “The Year in Art 1994.” The Hartford Courant,January 1, 1995.
Raynor, Vivian.  “A Storefront Exhibition Meant to Nurture the Nontraditional.” The New York Times April 10, 1994.

Selected Published Writing
Five poems in Swifts & Slows (web), 2022.
"Of Ice and Humans", (essay), Glacier Elegies, Terra Nova Press, 2022.
"The Studio as a Space of Communion" and "Memories and Gratitude", (essays), Sol LeWitt/Irene Barberis: Eploring the Chester Studio, Metasenta Publishing, Melbourne, 2022.
Clutching Lambs, full-length poetry collection published by Negative Capability Press, Mobile, Alabama, 2015.
Court GreenArsenic Lobster, and several issues of Caliban Online, poems.
"Spacetime and Gravitas," Kazuko Miyamoto. Ed. Christian Siekmeier. EXILE, Berlin, 2013.
 "The conceptual artist was a mystic," Sol LeWitt: 100 Views. Eds. Susan Cross and Denise Markonish. Mass MoCA, North Adams and Yale University Press, New Haven, 2009.