Marc Handelman

2003 MFA, Visual Arts, Columbia University, New York, NY.

1998 BFA, Painting, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI.

1998 Art History Concentration, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI.

1997 Yale Norfolk Program, Norfolk, CT.

2022 Discovery of a Flower, Contours of a Pond, SE Cooper Contemporary, Portland, OR.

2018 Bloomster Alfabet, GSK, Falun, Sweden.

2015 Aggregates, Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York, NY.

2011 Continuous Grounds, RECEPTION, Berlin, Germany.

2011 Geological Sketches at Home and Abroad, Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York, NY.

2009 Marc Handelman, David Schutter, Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York, NY.

2008 TOMORROW’S FORECAST: STRIKINGLY CLEAR. Marc Selwyn Fine Art, Los Angeles, CA. 2007 Empire of the Eye, Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York, NY.

2005 Scenes From the New Miasma, Marc Selwyn Fine Art, Los Angeles, CA.  

2004 Warm White Blizzard, Lombard-Freid Fine Arts, New York.

2000 Security, Lenore Gray Gallery, Providence, RI.



Dads: A Group Exhibition of Artists Who Are Also Fathers, Westbeth Gallery, New York, NY, October 6 – 29, 2023 


OBERTURA. Más allá de los mapas (OVERTURE. beyond the maps), Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Alicante, Spain, March 12 – May 29, 2022


Friends & Family Peter, Mendenhall Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, (Curated by Keith Meyerson).

Ottilia Adelborg Revisited, Royal Academy of Art, Stockholm, Sweden (Curated by Sara Rossling). 

Kith & Kin, Lunder Art Center, Cambridge MA.

FLORA, Brintz Gallery, Palm Beach, FL, (Catalogue).


The Onrush of Scenery, Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York, NY.

Unfold a Place, Ottillia Adelborgmuseet, Gagnef, Sweden (Curated by Sara Rossling, Catalogue).
Charlie Don’t Surf, Museo de la Ciudad in Santiago de Queretaro, Mexico, (Curated by Jesse Barnett & Michael Mazurek). 
Bild For Democracy, Grafikens Hus, Södertälje, Sweden (Curated by Ulrika Flink).
Collect, Soloway, Brooklyn, NY.

10 Year Anniversary Group Exhibition, James Fuentes, New York.
Everything You’ve Ever Wanted, Meta Meta Meta, Brooklyn, NY.
Works in Progress, Storefront for Art & Architecture at IdeasCIty, (In collaboration with Aaron Gemmill and Prem Krishnamurthy), New York, NY.

O/U, P! & ROOM EAST, New York, NY. (Organized in collaboration with Arron Gemmill).
Works in Progress, Storefront for Art & Architecture, (In collaboration with Aaron Gemmill and Prem Krishnamurthy), New York, NY.

Social Ecologies, Rail Curatorial Projects, Brooklyn, NY.ff (Curated by Greg Lindquist)
On the Exactitude of Rain, Ryan Lee Gallery, New York, NY, (organized by Maria Antelman and Sari Carel).
Flat by Fiat, LG, Brooklyn, NY.
Thinking Through Painting, Royal Swedish Academy of Fine Arts, Stockholm, Sweden. (Catalogue)
Works on Paper, Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York, NY.
Copied, Andrew Roth Gallery, New York, NY. (Curated by Claire Lehman and Andrew Roth, Catalogue.)
Marc Handelman, Window on Broad, Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery, Philadelphia, PA. 
Tag-Ten, Matsumoto City Museum of Art, Nagano, Japan.
REVEAL, The Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, MO.
The Dying Wind / A Ventriloquist's Art / Luminist Silence and the Sublime Noise of Progress, in C'MON Language, organized by Anna Craycroft, Portland Museum of Art, Portland, OR. 
American Academy of Arts and Letters Invitational Exhibition, American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, NY.
Permutation 03.x, P!, New York, NY. 
Carry-On, Organized by David Horvitz, Maison Populare, Montreuil, France.
List in Formation, Recess, New York, NY.
Radical Terrain, The Rubin Museum of Art, New York, NY (Curated by Beth Citron)
The Oppenheimer Collection @ 20, Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, MO.  
Buzz, Nara Roesler Gallery, (Curated by Vik Muniz), Sao Paulo, Brazil.
The End(s) of the Library, Goethe-Institut New York Library, (Curated by Jenny Jaskey, organized by David Horvitz.)
Love, One River, Englewood, NJ,  (Curated by Stephen Traux, Catalogue)
Broken/Window/Plane, Tracy Williams Ltd., New York, NY. (Curated by John Yau)
Common Ground: Art of the American Landscape, The Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando FL.

Tracker - A Mobile Bookstore, A Colpa Publishers Project, Marin County/San Francisco, CA.

Mass Distractions and Cultural Decay, (Curated by LaToya Frazier, Mason Gross Galleries at Civic Square, New Brunswick, NJ.
Common Love: Aesthetics of Becoming in Contemporary Art, Wallach Gallery, Columbia University, New York, NY. (Catalogue) 
Creating the New Century: Contemporary Art from the Dicke Collection, The Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, OH. (Catalogue)
Creating the New Century: Contemporary Art from the Dicke Collection, Fort Collins Museum of Art, Fort Collins, CO. (Catalogue)
Book Ends, James Fuentes LLC, New York, NY
Carry-On, (Organized by David Horvitz), Gallerie West, Den Haag, Holland 
Parts & Labor, Soloway, Brooklyn, NY
Precarity and the Butter Tower, CTRL Gallery, Houston, TX 
Summer Group Exhibition, Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York, NY 
Kings County Biennial, Kidd Yellin Gallery, Brooklyn, NY. (Curatred by James Fuentes and Kidd Yellin).
Splinter of the Minds Eye, Philip Slein Gallery, St. Louis, MO. (Curated by Joe Wolin)
On From Here, Guild & Greyshkull, New York, NY. 
Do They Love Their Children Too?, Milliken Gallery, Armory Show, New York, NY,.
Do They Love Their Children Too?,  Miliken Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden. 
Abstract America, The Saatchi Gallery, London, UK. (Catalogue)
That Was Then . . .This Is Now, PS1 MOMA, Long Island City, NY.
Audacity in Art, Colelctor’s Choice III, Selected works from central Florida collections, Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, Fl.(Catalogue)
Harlem Postcards, The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, NY.
Opportunity as Community, Artists Select Artists: II, Dieu Donne, New York, NY.
8 1/2 X 11 / A4, James Fuentes LLC, New York, NY.
Legerdemain, Sue Scott Gallery, New York, NY. (Catalogue)
Emergency, PS1 MOMA, Long Island City, NY.
Unfathom, Max Protetch, New York, NY.
Summer Group Exhibition, Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York, NY.
Neo-integrity, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY. (Curated by Keith Mayerson)  (Catalogue)
Warhol and…,Kantor/Feuer, Los Angeles, CA. 
Practical F/X, Mary Boone, New York, NY. (Curated by Kevin Zucker)
New Acquisitions, Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, MR. (Catalogue)
Brief Encounters, Caren Golden Fine Art, New York, NY.An Orchid in the Land of Technology, OHT, Boston, MA.
USA TODAY, Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK. (Catalogue)
This Ain’t no Fooling Around (Art During War Time), Rubicon Gallery, Dublin, Ireland, 
And the Letterkiney Art Center, Letterkiney, Ireland. (Curated by Joe Wolin). (Catalogue)
Turn the Beat Around, Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York, NY.
New Trajectories I, Recent Painting, Drawing and Multimedia Work from the Ovitz Collection Los Angeles, Douglas F. Cooley Memorial Art Gallery, Reed College, Portland OR. 2005
The General’s Jamboree, Guild & Greshkul, New York, NY.
New Acquisitions, Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, FL.
Fast Forward: Passion for the New, House of Campari, Venice, CA.
ATOMICA, Lombard-Freid Fine Arts and Esso Gallery, New York, NY.
This Hard, Gem-Like Flame, Angstrom Gallery, Dallas, TX .
Exploding Plastic Inevitable: 40 Fun Galleries, Bergdorf Goodman, New York, NY.
Ciao Manhattan, Perugi Arte Contemporanea, Padova, Italy.
Emo Eco, Kavi Gupta Gallery, Chicago, IL. 
Back to Paint, C&M Arts, New York, NY.
The Sublime is Still (Now), Elizabeth Dee Gallery, New York, NY.
Surface Tension, Lombard-Freid Fine Arts, New York, NY.
Pantone, Massimo Audiello, New York, NY. (Curated by David Hunt)
The Changing Same, Artists in Harlem, Triple Candie, New York, NY.
The 2003 Wight Biennial, Wight Gallery, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA.
Lordship and Bondage, Leroy Neiman Gallery, Columbia University, New York, NY.
The Burnt Orange Heresy, Space 101, Brooklyn, NY. Columbia University MFA Thesis Exhibition, The Studebaker Building, New York, NY. (Curated by Lia Gangitano)
Procession (An exhibition in three locations), Columbia University, New York, NY. (Curated by Eva Respini)
Painting as Paradox, Artists Space, New York, NY. (Curated by Lauri Firstenberg)
Escape, Egizio’s Project, New York, NY.
Visual Arts MFA First Year Exhibition, Wallach Gallery, Columbia University, New York, NY. (Curated by Eunjie Joo)
Texas National 2001, Stephan Austin State University Gallery, Narcoganges, TX.
Group Show, Gallery Agniel, Providence, RI.
The 2000 Group, Lenore Gray Gallery, Providence, RI.
Marc Handelman, Anthony Bevilacqua, Four Corners Art Center, Tiverton, RI.
Smorgasbord, Transient Space, Boston, MA.
Marc Handelman, Lynn Curtis, Helen Cantrell, Full Circle Gallery, Providence, RI.
Monotype and Beyond, Attleboro Museum, Attleboro, MA.
Savlanut, Hillel Gallery, Brown University, Providence, RI.
New Faces/ New Work, Artists Invitational, P.A.C., Providence, RI.


Cheung, Ysabelle. "Finding a Pen friend in Best! Letters from Asian Americans in the Arts" Frieze, May 12, 2021,

Cardoza, Kerry. “Best! Letters from Asian Americans in the arts”, Chicago Review of Books, March 24, 2021,

Thackara, Tess, "They are their own monuments", New York Times, May 3, 2021,


Morse, Benjamin. "An Artistic Reckoning in Chelsea," Chelsea News, July 28, 2020,


Beitmen, Logan R. "Marc Handelman", Catalogue Essay, Flora, Brintz Gallery, 2019, pp. 39-4, ISBN 978-0-578-56558-3

Hamilton, William L., "Displaced Artists Open a New Front at the Brooklyn Army Terminal," The New York Times, April 22, 2019.


Augustin Palm, Erik. "Ett Dala-konstnarskap vecklas ut och fors vidare", Dalarnas Tidningar, 14 Juli 2018. 

Backman, Maria. "Ottilia, Gagnef, and Swedishness", Utstallnings Kritik / EUFORUM #4, 2018,

Booth, Nicole. “Landscape painter speaks at Hanes Art Center about the American aesthetic.” The Daily Tar Heel 14 Nov. 2017.

Dayal, Mira. “Juxtaposing Exhibitions,” Aesthetica Magazine, September 21, 2016.
Goyanes, Rob. “O/U at P! and Room East,” Art Fag City 11 Aug. 2016.
Social Ecologies Rail Curatorial Projects. Catalogue. Ed. Greg Lindquist, May 2016: 26-27.
“Top 500 Artists From the United States Born 1966 or After.” ArtNet News 2016. american-artists-since-1966-final.pdf

Deyries-Henry, Dorothee, The New Abstraction in the U.S. (and Why It Is New), Artpress 420, March 2015, pp. 56.
Klaassen, Alexandra, "Terrible Beauty," Mason Gross School of the Arts Magazine, Fall 2015, pp 5. 
Johnson, Paddy & Legault, Paul. “This Weeks Must See Art Events: Divine Intervention.” Art Fag City 10 March 2015.
Bength, Kristina, Jonatan Habib Engquist, Jan Rydén, and Sigrid Sandström eds. Studio Talk: Thinking Through Painting 2009-2014. Stockholm: Arvinius + Orfeus, 2014. Print. 
Hebert, Niels, “The idea attached to the painting’s upper limit,”, August 27, 2014.
Johan, Sebastian. “Måleriet som mind map.” Upsala Nya Tidning 4 Sep. 2014.
McGrath, Tom, “The Unreality Principal,” Josephine Halverson, Facings, Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York, NY, pp. 40-4.
Valinsky, Michael, Marc Handelman rethinks image culture, Interview, The Wild, September 19, 2014,
Lehman, Beth. COPIED. (Catalogue) New York, NY: Andrew Roth Gallery, May 2014. Print. 
Shapiro, David, Without Wealls, A jaunt through the boundless visual words of six young, successful Columbia artists, Columbia Magazine, Summer 2013.
The New Yorker, Marc Handelman / Arthur Ou /  Peter Rostovsky, Goings on About Town: Art, May 20, 2013.
Jonathan T.D. Neil, Permutation 03.3: Re-Production, Review, Art Review, (Summer Issue 69).
Farago, Jason, "Radical Terrain, at the Rubin Museum of Art," Critics Picks, Artforum, Jan 2013,
Citron, Beth, “H.A.Gade and Marc Handelman”, in Modernist Art from India exhibition catalogue essay, published by the Rubin Museum of Art. 
Berg, Tatiana, Love, review, ARTPULSE, January, 2013, p. 66. 

Kjellman-Chapin, Monica. "From Kitsch to Critical: Mobilizing Kinkade" in Kitsch, History, Theory, Practice, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013, pp. 156-184.

Cotter, Holland, "South Asia Through Modernist Binoculars", The New York Times, December 27, 2012, P. C29. 
Dreishpoon, Douglas; Grachos, Louis; Pagel, David; Pesanti, Heather. DECADE: Contemporary Collecting 2002-2012, Albright Knox Gallery, Buffalo, New York, 2012. 
Traux, Stephen, “LOVE, Conceptual Strategies in Conceptual Painting”, LOVE exhibition catalogue essay.
Gerety Folk, Karen C., (artist catalogue essay), Oppenheimer Collection, Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, Overland Park, KS, 2012, ISBN 0-9712985-9-9.
Editors: Dreishpoon, Douglas; Grachos, Louis; Pagel, David; Pesanti, Heather; (Exhibition Catalogue:) DECADE, Contemporary Collecting 2002 - 2012, Albright Knox Gallery, Buffalo NY
Jones, Mary, “Post Impressions: The Mountain,” (An interview with Marc Handelman), Bombblog, 
Frederick, Jeff, “Marc Handelman,” Review, Art in America, July, 2011. 
Kanamitsu, Tomoko, “Letting go of Nature,” in Common Love Aesthetics of Becoming, exhibition cat. Ed. Kaira Cabanas. 2011, P.28. 
Cabanas, Kaira, “Why Common Love?” in Common Love Aesthetics of Becoming, exhibition cat. Ed. Kaira Cabanas. 2011, P.14.
Brand, Will, “Five Exhibitions, Marc Handelman at Sikkema Jenkins & Co.” Art Fag City, April 14, 2011.
Garnett, Joy, / Armitage, John, "Virilio and Visual Culture: On the American Apocalyptic Sublime," from: "Virilio Now", Polity (Cambridge, UK) & Henan Press (Beijing, China). 
Armitage, John, Apocalypse Now: An Interview with Joy Garnett, Cultural Politics Journal, March 2011,
Bronson, Ellie, "Marc Handelman,” in Creating the New Century: Contemporary Art from the Dicke Collection,” Exhibition Cat. 
Christoffersn, Helga Just, “But Mr. Horvitz, Where is the Work?”, Carry On exhibition cat., P. 8, 2010. 
Hiromoto, Nobuyuki, comp. Global New Art: Taguchi Art Collection #01. (Catalogue) Tokyo: Bijutsu, 2010.
Wolin, Joseph, “Marc Handelman + David Schutter”, Review, Time Out New York, Feb 12-18, 2009, P. 52.
Johnson, Paddy, “Anything Jerry Saltz Can Do, AFC Can Do Better: 33 Outstanding Artists Emerging After 1999, Part Two of Three.” Art Fag CIty, April 30, 2009.
Cooper, Ivy, “Review: Take a look at “…the Minds Eye” at Slein”, St. Louis Beacon, June, 11, 2009. 
Beall, Dickson, “Philip Slein Exhibit Evokes Pollock, George Lucas”, West End World, July 8, 2009. 
Horvitz, David, with a contribution from Marc Handelman, A Wikipedia Reader 2009, Artist-book multiple, commissioned by the Art Libraries Society of New York, for A.B.C. @ Printed Matter. 
New York Painting Art In Review, “Marc Handelman @ Sikkema Jenkins & Co.,”
Johnson, Ken, “Will the Revolution be Museumized? Will there be a Revolution?”, The New York Times, July 25, 2008.
Ollman, Leah, “Broken Words Evoke Power”, Review, The Los Angeles Times, April 4, 2008.
Wagley, Catherine, “A look at Marc Handelman”, Review, ARTslant, April, 2008.Abstract America Exhibition Catalogue, Saatchi Gallery P. 128-132, 2008
Oppenheimer Collection, Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, Johnson County Community College, Overland Park,  KS, 2007. ISBN 0-971298521

Misemer, Drew. "A Deeper Meaning, “Miasma” depicts power, identity”, JCCC Art Review, Jan 24, 2008, LEdger.JCCCC

Stillman, Nick, “Marc Handelman, Sikkema Jenkins & Co., “ Review, Artforum, April 2007.
Smith, Roberta, “Marc Handelman, Empire of the Eye, Art in Review,” The New York Times, Feb. 23, 2007.
The New Yorker, “Marc Handelman,” Review, March 5, 2007, P. 19.
Wolin, Joseph, “Marc Handelman,” Review, Time Out New York, March 1 – 5, 2007, P. 73.
Johnson, Paddy, “Upcoming: Marc Handelman’s Empire of the Eye at Sikkema Jenkins”,  January 30, 2007.
Kremer, Julian, “Marc Handelman at Sikkema Jenkins”, Review, Art In America, December 2007, P. 159.
McQuaid, Cate, “Traditions and Technology,” The Boston Globe, April, 12, 2007.
Thorson, Alice, “They’re Buying A Preview of Some Pieces the Nelson and JCCC Have acquired for Their Upcoming New Spaces,” The Kansas City Star, April, 26, 2007.
Feige, Jacob, “Psychopathia Pastoralis,” The Highlights, September, 2007.
Collectors Choice III: Audacity in Art, Selected works from Central Florida Collections, Orlando Museum of Art, Exhibition Catalogue, Orland Museum of Art 2007.
Marc Handelman, Featured Artist, PAINTERSNYC, February 8, 2007.
Rosenthal, Norman, “America in the Mirror,” USA TODAY catalogue essay, 2006.
Dailey, Meghan, “Made in America,” USA TODAY catalogue essay, 2006.    
Wullschlager, Jackie, “An ad-man’s snapshot of America,” Financial Times, October 9, 2006.
Johnson, Paddy, “An Interview With Marc Handelman,” Fanzine, July, 13, 2006.
Ellis, Patrcia, “Catching up with Charles Saatchi,” Flash Art, November, 2006.
Tipton, Gemma, “This Ain’t no fooling around,” Circa, Summer 2006, Issue 116, P. 100-104.
Leach, Cristin, “Ireland: Taking No Prisoners,” The Times, The Sunday Times, April 23, 2006. P.6-7.
McKeith Eimear. “A war on the road to nowhere,” The Sunday Tribune, April 16, 2006. Walsh, Ray. “Rumors of War,” Capital, April 7-20, 2006, P. 76. 
Wolin, Joseph, “This Ain’t  No Fooling Around,” Conflict and Resolution catalogue essay, 2006, P. 24.
Sicha, Choire. “Sillman, Hesse, Walker; How Bout Utach For Some Art?”, New York Observer, March 6, 2006, P. 18.
Row, D.K. “Ovitz Collection takes on an Adventurous Dimension,” The Sunday Oregonian, February 19, 2006. 
Motley, John. “New Trajectories I: Relocations,” The Portland Mercury, Feb 2 – Feb 8, 2006.  B.28.
Marc Handelman, Featured Artist, PAINTERSNYC, March 27, 2006. 
Pagel, David. “Capturing Images of Beauty, Horror,” Review, The Los Angeles Times, Nov. 18, 2005.
Agro Andruff,  Ombretta. “Atomica”, Interview, Inside, Autumn 2005, P. 48-58. 2005
Cotter, Holland. “Fanciful Figurative to Wryly Inscrutable.” The New York Times, July 8, 2005.
Rutter, Ben. “It’s pronounced nu-cle-ar”, NYARTS, September/October 2005, Vol. 10, No. 9/10.
Kuspit, Donald. “The Power and Irony of The Blur” Report From New York, Art New England, Dec. 2005, P. 13.
Comita, Jenny, “Higher Learning,” (Mention) W Magazine, March 2005, P..313.
Korotkin, Joyce. “Marc Handelman,” Review, Teme Celeste, Nov-Dec 2004, Issue 106, P. 84.
Mullarkey, Maureen. “Gallery Going.” Review, The New York Sun, Aug 5, 2004, P.18
Jana, Reena, "Back to Paint," Time Out New York, September 2 – 9.
Kerr, Marrily, “Art Fragments From the Big Apple, Marc Handelman,” Review, Flash Art, November 2004, P. 68.
Moyer, Carrie, “Landscapes Focused and Idealized,” Review, Gay City News, September 30,  2004, Volume 3, issue 340.
Rosenberg, Karen, Review. Artforum, December 2004, P. 197.
The New Yorker, “Marc Handelman” Review, Oct 11, 2004 P. 21.
New Yorker, "Back To Paint" Review, August 30,2004, P. 20.
Subotnick, Ali, Gioni, Massimiliano, Cattelan, Maurizio, “Everybody Was There, The Wrong Guide to New York In 2004”, Mention, Artforum, December 2004, P. 183.
Morton, Julia. “Back To Paint,” Review, New York Press, Sept. 13, 2004.
Burton, Tina, “In the Studio: With Marc Handelman,” The Regulator, winter 2003.
Kerr, Merrily. “Spotlight: Painting as Paradox,” Flash Art, Jan-Feb 2003
Everberg, Kirsten. “After the Utopian Reflex,” The 2003 Wight Biennial Catalogue, October 2003.
Inciuraite, Kristina and Lisi Raskin.  “Time and Space Travel,” 24/7, September 12, 2003.
Saltz, Jerry. “Painting A La Mode: Looking at a Medium, Finding a Message,” The Village Voice, December 10, 2002.
Respini, Eva. “Procession: An Exhibition in 3 Locations,” exhibition cat., P. 5.
Gray, Channing. “A Remarkable Handelman Solo Show in Providence,” Review, The Providence Journal, October 19, 2000.
Gray, Channing “Gray Gallery Has an Edgy, Abstract Look for Summer,” The Providence Journal, July 27, 2000.
Gray, Channing “For Bold Solid Painting, Find Your Way to Full Circle,” The Providence Journal, February 24, 2000.

Handelman, Marc. Ed. Ho, Christopher K., & Nam, Daisy. "Best! Letters from Asian Americans in the Arts," Paper Monument, February 24, 2021.


Handelman, Marc. “Some Reflections on the C. labiatta paintings of Martin Johnson Heade.” Painters on Painting, 2017.

Handelman, Marc. “Marc Handelman.” FOUR YEARS, Uncorrected Proofs, Redlands Ca., 2017: 37.

Handelman, Marc, "Nature Morte," Brooklyn Rail, Social Ecologies Special Edition, November 5, 2015.


Handelman, Marc, “Endnotes, Chapter 12,” Grouper: Rutgers in New York, Rutgers 2012 MFA exhibition catalogue. 
Handelman, Marc, “NO LONE ZONE, TWO MAN POLICY, On the Work of Lisi 
Raskin”, OPEN HOUSE, 2011 Singapore Biennale Catalogue. (Exhibition text)
Handelman, Marc, “Archive for a Mountain,” 740 pages, Publication Studio, 2011. (Artist book)
Ferris, Keltie, & Handelman, Marc, “What State Abstraction”, Bomb, (Text)
Handelman, Marc, “Deville Cohen in Conversation With Marc Handelman”, How to Change A Tire, Bard MFA 2010, Thesis Exhibition Catalogue, P. 24. (Catalogue Interview)
Handelman, Marc, IMG MGMT: “TOMORROW’S FORECAST: STRIKINGLY CLEAR.” Art Fag City, August 28, 2009. (Text)
Handelman, Marc, “Lisi Raskin”, (Interview,) Rehber/The Guide, What Keeps Mankind Alive?, 11th International Istanbul Biennial Catalogue, 2009, pp. 230-231. (Catalogue Interview)
Handelman, Marc, “One Way Mirror: On the Paintings of Megan Rye,” (Exhibition Text)
Raskin, Lisi, & Handelman, Marc. “Ill Let You Be In My Dream If I Can Be In Yours”
Interview, North Drive Press, Volume #2, 2005 (Published dialogue)
Handelman, Marc, “Tomory Dodge,” (Exhibition text for exhibition at Taxter & Spengemann, 2004).
2018 GAIR (Gagneff Artist in Residence Program), Dalarna, Sweden
2011 2011 Printed Matter, Awards for Artists
2008 Steeprock Arts 
2002 Agnes Martin Scholarship
2002 Viar Tuit  Fellowship, Columbia Univeristy 
2002 Brevoort Eickemeyer Grant
1997 Ellen Battell Stoeckel Fellowship, Yale University 
1997 Prix de Norfolk, Yale University
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA
Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Alicante, Alicante, Spain

Albright Knox Museum of Art, Buffalo, NY

Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, MO
International Center for Photography, New York, NY
Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, FL
Museum of Modern Art Library, New York, NY
The Saatchi Collection, London, UK
Goethe-Institut, New York, NY


Visiting Artist, Constructed Landscape Lecture Series, Camden Rutgers, School of Visual, Media, and Performing Arts, Camden, NJ. 


Keynote Speaker, AENJ (Art Educators of New Jersey) Annual Conference, "Together in Art,"Long Branch, NJ.


Moderator, "James Baldwin: The Moral Responsibility of the Artist," The Zimmerli Art Museum & The Windows of Understanding, New Brunswick, NJ. 


Visiting Artist, Boston University, MFA Program in Painting and Sculpture, Boston, MA.

Panelist, "Report from the Field: Decolonizing Practices," CAA Conference, Chicago, IL.



Panelist, State of the MFA, (Fia Backstrom, Marc Handelman, Jon Kessler, Kevin Zucker, Andrea Geyer), The Cooper Union, New York, NY. 

Presentation, Publication as Memory, Memorial & Monument, Brooklyn Army Terminal, Brooklyn NY.


Lecture, Lesley Visiting Lecture Artist Series, Lesley University, Cambridge, MA. 

Visiting Artist, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA. 

Visiting Artist, North Carolina Chappel Hill, Chappel Hill, NC. 
Visiting Artist, Painting Intensive, Mason Gross School of the Arts, New Brunswick, NJ.
Presentation/Screening Workshop, GAIR (Gagnef Artist-In-Residence), Gagnef, Sweden. 
Presenter, Art Profs America, in Sense of Emergency, College Art Association Conference, New York, NY.

Visiting Artist, Parsons MFA Program, New York, NY.
Visiting Artist, Hunter MFA Program, CUNY, New York, NY.
Visiting Artist, Virginia Commonwealth University, School of Art, MFA Program, Richmond, VA.

Visiting Artist, API, Summer Painting Program, Columbia University, New York, NY. 

Visiting Artist, Hoffberger Graduate School of Art, MICA, Baltimore, MD.
Visiting Artist, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA.
Gallery Talk, Royal Academy of Art, MFA Program, Stockholm, Sweden.
Panelist, Painting Politics, (Organized by Peter Rostovsky) New York University, New York, NY. 
Lecture/Presentation, Seeing the Seven Tone Color Spectrum, (Yellow), organized by Christine Sun Kim, in conjunction with the Center for Experimental Lectures, Recess, New York, NY.
Lecture, "Critical Dialogues," Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PA.
Visiting Artist, KCIA, Kansas City, MO. 
Visiting Artist, Mass Art, Boston, MA. 
Visiting Artist, API Summer Painting Program, Columbia University, New York, NY.
Lecture, Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ. 
Gallery Talk, Artists on Art, Conversations with the Curator, The Rubin Museum of Art, New York, NY.
Visiting Artist, Yale Norfolk Summer Program, Norfolk, CT.
Panelist, “The Presence of Painting,” Tracy Williams LTD., Joanne Greenbaum, Gary Stephen, moderated by John Yau, New York, NY. 
Lecture, “Sustainability Report: Some Thoughts on an Outmoded Genre,” Cooper Union Interdisciplinary Seminar, hosted by Colleen Asper and Doug Ashford. The Cooper Union, New York, NY.
Visiting Artist, Duke MFA, Duke University, Durham, NC.
Visiting Artist, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS.
Visiting Artist, API Summer Painting Program, Columbia University, New York, NY.
Gallery Talk, for MFA candidates at the School of Visual Arts, Sikkema Jenkins & Co. New York, NY.
Lecture, Columbia University in collaboration with Columbia University MA in Modern Art: Critical and 
Curatorial Studies. For the exhibition, Common Love: Aesthetics of Becoming in Contemporary Art. New York, NY. 
Visiting Artist, The Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI.
Core Critic Lecture, Yale School of Art, New Haven, CT.
Faculty Presentation/Lecture, Bard MFA Program, Milton Avery School of Art, Annondale-on-Hudson, NY.
Visiting Artist, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY.
Visiting Artist, Mason Gross School of Art, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ.
Visiting Artist, Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY.
Panelist, Feeding the Beast, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY.
Gallery Talk, for Thesis students at the Rhode Island School of Art, Sikkema Jenkins & Co. New York, NY.
Visiting Artist, The Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI.
Visiting Artist, School of Visual Arts, New York, NY.
Visiting Artist, Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, MI.
Visiting Artist, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA.
Visiting Artist, University of Tennessee Knoxville, Knoxville, TN.
Lecture/Symposium, with Walld Raad, Stephen Andrews, and Joe Wolin, Museum School of Fine Arts, Boston, MA.
Lecture/Symposium, Critical Voices Lecture Series RHA, at the Gallacher Center, Dublin, Ireland. 
Public Gallery Conversation, “Artists on Artists,” Rubin Museum of Art, New York, NY.
Lecture, Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, FL.