Marsha Nouritza Odabashian
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Marsha Nouritza Odabashian
mnodabashian@me.com
www.marshaodabashian.com
Boston, MA 02118
 
 
SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITION
 
2017 
Miasma. Galatea Fine Arts. Boston, MA. 

2015
Expunge. Galatea Fine Arts. Boston, MA
 
2013
The Exegesis of Frosted Cake. Galatea Fine Arts. Boston, MA
 
2011
Half- Perceived: Stalking the Peacock. Galatea Fine Arts. Boston, MA
 
2010
In the Shade of the Peacock: Parables and Paintboxes.
Armenian Library and Museum of America. Watertown, MA
 
2005
Palimpsests and Other Paintings.
Armenian Library and Museum of America. Watertown, MA
 
1998
Celestial Pantomimes. Tufts University Art Gallery. Medford. MA
 
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
 
2016
Shelter, 
Harlem School of the Arts. 
New York, NY


New Illuminations-Codex. HAYP Pop-Up. 
Gumri, Armenia
Curated by Anna Gargarian


New Members Exhibition
NAWA (National Association of Women Artists) Gallery. 
New York, NY 

2015
Small Works. Galatea Fine Arts. Boston, MA

The Human Condition. Galatea Fine Arts. Boston, MA
 
Kiss the Ground. The Thompson Gallery at the Cambridge School of Weston. Weston, MA
Curated by Todd Bartel, Gallery Director Thompson Gallery
 
The Centennial Armenian Genocide Exhibition
Providence Art Windows at the University of Rhode Island. Providence, RI

The Centennial Armenian Genocide Exhibit. Studio Z. Providence, RI
 
Celebrating the Transformative Power of Art
Doric Hall. Massachusetts State House. Boston, MA
 
Art Speaks Truth to Power.
100 Mass Ave Gallery. Cambridge College. Cambridge, MA
 
The Future of the Past: A History Ignored.
The Brattle Campus. Leslie University. Cambridge, MA
 
Pursuing Justice Through Art 2015
The Whistler House Museum. Lowell, MA
 
2014
A New Armenia Part 1
Armenian Museum of America. Watertown, MA
Curated by Todd Bartel, Gallery Director Thompson Gallery
 
Sheltered. Davis Art Center. Davis, CA
 
Proof of Purchase. Samson Projects. Boston, MA
 
2013
Westwood Public Schools Art Department Faculty Exhibition.
Westwood Public Library Gallery. Westwood, MA
 
2010
Armenian Students’ Association Artists’ Ball. (Benefit for Student Scholarships)
ICO Gallery, New York, NY
 
Off the Wall 2010 Annual Juried Exhibition
Danforth Museum. Framingham, MA.
Juried by Jen Mergel and Helen Molesworth
 
The Armenian Genocide 95 Years Later
University of Rhode Island Providence Campus. Feinstein Gallery. Providence, RI
 
2009
Members’ Inaugural Exhibition. Galatea Fine Arts. Boston, MA
 
2007
1st Armenian Women’s Art Exhibition in NYC
The Village Quill. New York, NY
 
South End Open Studios Members’ Exhibition
Galatea Fine Arts. Boston, MA
 
Listen to Your Heart. Gallery Z. Providence, RI
 
2006
12 x 12 Holiday Show. Bromfield Gallery. Boston, MA
 
40th Anniversary Exhibition. Paine Gallery.
Massachusetts College of Art. Boston, MA
 
Inhabiting an Expansive Terrain. Casella Gallery.
Wentworth Institute of Technology. Boston, MA
 
2005
Small Wonders. The Armenian Library and Museum of America. Watertown, MA
 
Remembering the Armenian Genocide-The Jewish Holocaust
Gallery 401. Providence, RI
 
The Armenian Genocide Show. Gallery Z. Providence, RI
 
HeART Goes Red for Women. Gallery Z. Providence, RI
 
1999
The Ninth Triennial. Fuller Museum of Art. Brockton, MA
Juried by Carl Beltz, Director Emeritus at the Rose Art Museum.
 
New Art ’99. MPG Gallery. Boston, MA
Juried by Carl Beltz, Director Emeritus at the Rose Art Museum
 
Red. Cambridge Art Association. Cambridge, MA
Juried by Peter Nisbet, Curator of the Busch-Reisinger Museum
 
1996
Dana Pond. School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston. Boston, MA
 
Neighborhood Stories. School of the Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, MA
 
1995
Domingo’s Circuit. School of the Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, MA
 
Dana Pond. School of the Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, MA
 
Converging Paths. Bunting Institute at Radcliffe College. Cambridge, MA
 
PRESS, REVIEWS and PUBLICATIONS
 
Carlock, Marty. Art New England “Triennial Exhibition” December-January 2000
 
Chester-Gasparyan, Tamar. Armenian Art (Cultural Magazine. Yerevan, Armenian)“The Armenian Women’s Art Exhibition in New York City”. March- April 2007
 
Chester-Gasparyan. Tamar. Artslant. “The First Armenian Women’s Art Exhibition in New York City”. December 2007
 
Chhabra, Meenakshi. Leslie University News. “A History Ignored” Leslie University News. March 23
 
Dulgarian, Robert. The Armenian Reporter. “In the Shade of the Peacock ‘Breaks New Ground’ ".  September 3, 2009
 
Martins, J. Fatima. ArtScope. “Kiss The Ground Finding the ‘New” Armenia’”. January/February, 2015
 
McQuaid, Cate. The Boston Globe. “Armenia, Africa Stamp Their Past on Art”. May 26, 2015
 
Rosenberg, Alan. Providence Journal. “Best Bets” February 24- 27, 2007
 
Studio Visit Magazine, Volume 5. Open Studios Press. Spring 2009
 
ArtScope Magazine (In this Blast). “Hearts, Butterflies and Bioluminescent Bacteria”. February 16, 2007
 
 
EDUCATION
 
May 1998
School of the Museum of Fine Arts/Tufts University, Boston, MA. Master of Fine Arts.
 
May 1983
University of New Orleans. New Orleans, LA. Bachelor of Fine Arts
 
May 1979
University of Wisconsin. Milwaukee, WI. Concentration in drawing and art history
 
 
 
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