2012Park Avenue Armory, Installation in the Field and Staff Period Room, curated by Kristy Edmunds, New York, NY.
2011Yellowstone Art Museum, Carol Hepper: Inside the Between, curated by Robert Manchester, catalog with essays by Elanor Heartney and Dr. Leda Cempellin, Billings, MT.; Traveling to; South Dakota Art Museum, Brookings, SD.
Callicoon Fine Arts, Strong Language, Callicoon, NY.
2008Galeria Ramis Barquet, A part Together, catalog with poem by Michael Coffey, New York, NY.
2006Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Carol Hepper, Selections 1996-2005, Portland, OR.
2004Coastal Carolina University, R. Bryan Art Gallery, Translucency, brochure with essay by Will Hipps, Conway, SC.
2003Burapha University, University Library, Andaman Sea, Chonburi, Thailand
2002Maryland Institute College of Art, Decker Gallery, Carol Hepper: Translucency and Light, Curated by Will Hipps, brochure with essay by Will Hipps, Baltimore, MD.
2000Williams Center For the Arts, Williams Center Gallery, Reverse Osmosis, Lafayette College, curated by Michiko Okaya, catalog with essay by Stuart Horodner, Easton, PA.
Hopkins Center, Jaffe-Friede & Strauss Galleries, wet paint, Dartmouth College, catalog with essay by Nancy Princenthal, Hanover, NH.
Frederieke Taylor Gallery, Strange Island, New York, NY.
1999Elizabeth Leach Gallery Portland, OR.
1998Soma Gallery, LaJolla, CA.
1996PICA (Portland Institute for Contemporary Art), Portland Paintings, Residency and Open Studio, catalog with essay by Kristy Edmunds, Portland, OR.
Hill Gallery, John Duff, and Carol Hepper, Birmingham, MI.
1995Orlando Museum of Art, Skin/Deep, Curated by Sue Scott, brochure with essay by Sue Scott, Orlando, FL.
Mississippi Museum of Art, Works in Progress, curated by Rene Paul Barilleaux, Jackson, MS.
1992Worcester Art Museum, Insights: Carol Hepper, curated by Donna Harkavy, brochure with essay by Donna Harkavy, Worcester, MA.
Dennos Museum Center, Traverse City, MI.
Hill Gallery, Birmingham, MI.
1991Rosa Esman Gallery, catalog with essay by John Howell, New York, NY.
1989Rosa Esman Gallery, New York, NY.
Vaughan + Vaughan Gallery, Minneapolis, MN.
1988Rosa Esman Gallery, New York, NY.
Hill Gallery, Birmingham, MI.
1987Dahl Fine Arts Center, Rapid City, SD., traveling to University of South Dakota, Brookings, SD., brochure with essays by Cynthia Nadelman and John Day
1984Ritz Gallery, South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD.
1982Institute for Art and Urban Resources, P.S.1, New York, NY.
2000Island, a collaborative project with dancer/choreographer Molissa Fenley, premiered at The Kitchen, New York, NY., traveling to: Williams Center for the Arts, Lafayette College, Easton, PA., Raymond S. Kravits Center, West Palm Beach, FL.
Selected Group Exhibitions
2017Bangkok Art and Culture Center, Crossing the Dateline, Bangkok, Thailand
Kunstraum, Liminal Lyrics, curated by Hedwig Brouckaert, Brooklyn, NY.
2015Eastern Center of Art and Culture, Inspire, an exhibition in conjunction with the International Research and Creative Works Conference, Burapha University, Chomburi, Thailand.
2013Wave Hill, Glyndor Gallery, Tandem Pursuits: Armor & Ichthology, Bronx, NY.
2012Stedelijk Museum Schiedam, Collectie Piet en Ida Sanders, Een leven met kunst, Scheidom, The Netherlands
New School Art Collection & Shiela C. Johnson Design Center, Things That Go Bump, Sculpture from the New School Art Collection, curated by Silvia Rocciolo, New York, NY.
Rooster Gallery, Fictitious Truths, Exercises in Realism, Curated by Kara L. Rooney, New York, NY.
2011University Art Museum University of California, GOLDMINE: Works from the Collection of Sirje and Michael Gold, Curated by Christopher Scoates catalog with essays by Christopher Scoates, Long Beach, CA
Dallas Art Fair, Callicoon Fine Art, Dallas, TX.
2010North Dakota Museum of Art, Shared Histories, Grand Forks, ND.
2009Weatherspoon Art Museum, Cool, Collected & In Context, curated by Xandra Eden, University of North Carolina, Greensboro
2007Nevada Museum of Art, Enigma; Absence + Presence in Contemporary Art, Reno, NV., curated by Ann Wolfe
North Dakota Museum of Art, Introductions: Artists Self Portraits, traveling throughout North Dakota until 2008
2006Mead Art Museum, Amherst College, Some Assembly Required, Amherst MA. curated by Trinket Clark, catalog with essay by Trinket Clark
Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester, Extreme Materials, Rochester, NY. curated by Maria Via
North Dakota Museum of Art, Land and Spirit, Grand Forks, ND.
2005Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, Landmark, Portland, OR. catalog with essays by Kristy Edmunds and Stuart Horodner
Marlborough Chelsea, L.C. Armstrong, Carol Hepper, Francisco Lerio, Carrie Moyer, Rick Siggins, Steven Talasnik, curated by Kim Wauson, New York, NY
Elizabeth Leach Gallery, 2D from 3D; Contemporary and Historical Drawings by Sculptors, Portland, OR.
2003North Dakota Museum of Art, Bugs and Such, Grand Forks, ND., curated by Laurel Reuter
Frederieke Taylor Gallery, A Tenth Anniversary Exhibition, New York, NY.
2002Mead Art Museum, Fairchild Gallery, The Belles of Amherst: Contemporary Women Artists in the Collections of the Mead Art Museum and The University Gallery, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
2001Bucknell University Campus, Outdoor installation of Sap Green, Lewisberg, PA., curated by Stuart Horodner
2000University Gallery, Fine Arts Center, Abstract Notions: Selections from the Permanent Collection, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA.
1999Boca Raton Museum of Art, The Artist as Collector: The Collection of Francie Bishop Good and David Horvitz, Boca Raton, FL.
Fine Arts Center Galleries, University of Rhode Island, Elusive Traces, curated by Judith Tolnick, brochure with essay by Judith Tolnick, Kingston, RI.
1997Neuberger Museum of Art, 1997 Biennial Exhibition of Public Art, (outdoor installation), Purchase, NY., curated by Judith collischan, catalog with essay by Judith Collischan.
1996Currier Gallery of Art, Manchester, New Hampshire, Community of Creativity: A Century of MacDowell Colony Artists, traveling through 1997 to: National Academy of Design, New York, NY., Wichita Art Museum, Wichita, KA., catalog with essays by; Robert Storr and Tom Wolf.
Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, In The Flesh, Ridgefield, CT., Curated by Jill Snyder, catalog with essays by Jill Snyder and Maxine Sheets- Johnstone.
Arkansas Art Center, National Drawing Invitational, Little Rock, AK. curated by Townsend Wolfe, catalog.
1995The White House, Twentieth Century American Sculpture at The White House, Exhibition II, Washington, D.C., curated by Townsend Wolfe.
Weatherspoon Art Gallery, Art on Paper, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, Curated by Thomas H. Kochheiser, catalogue with introduction by Thomas H. Kochheiser.
1994Boise Art Museum, Fabricated Nature, Boise, ID., Curated by Sandy Harthorn, catalog with essay by Sandy Harthorn
Laumeier Sculpture Park, (Installation), Saint Louis, MO., on view through 1997
1993Portland Art Museum, Material Identity, Sculpture Between Nature & Culture, Tony Cragg, Heide Fasnacht, Carol Hepper, Jene Highstein, Portland, OR., Curated by John S. Weber, catalog with essay by John S. Weber.
Cranbrook Academy of Art Museum, The Fine Art of Patronage, Bloomfield Hills, MI.
55 Ferris Street, 55 Ferris Street III, Brooklyn, NY. Curated by Frederieke Taylor, catalog with essay by Frederieke Taylor.
DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park (Installation), Lincoln, MA.
TZ'Art & Co, NATURALUNNATURAL, New York, NY.
Jessica Berwind Gallery, Philadelphia, PA., Drawings from 55 Ferris Street; traveling to New York, NY (Wynn Kramarsky).
1992The Phillips Collection, A Dialogue With Nature: Nine Contemporary Sculptors, Washington, D.C., curated by Linda Johnson, catalog with essay by Linda Johnson. On exhibit through 1993.
Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Breakdown!, Waltham, MA. Curated by Susan Stoops, catalog with essay by Susan Stoops.
University of Colorado, 20th Year Visiting Artists Invitational Exhibition, Boulder, CO., catalog.
1991Walker Art Center, Material Matters: Permanent Collection Sculpture since 1980, Minneapolis, MN.
Nassau County Museum, American Narrative Painting and Sculpture, Rosyln, NY., catalog with essay by William Lieberman.
The New Museum, Benefit, New York, NY. catalog.
Jacksonville Art Museum, The Nature of Sculpture, FL. Curated by Bruce Dempsey, catalog with essay by Bruce Dempsey.
Florida International University, New Directions: American Art Today, Miami, FL. catalog with essay by Eleanor Heartney.
Hill Gallery, Sculpture, Painting, Drawing, Birmingham, MI.
Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts, Outrageous Desire: the Politics and Aesthetics of Representation in Recent Works by Lesbian and Gay Artists, New Brunswick, NJ., catalog with foreword by Monica Dorenkamp, introduction by Geoffrey Hendricks, essays by: Jonathan Weinberg and Marcia Salo.
1990L.A. Louver Gallery, Sculptors' Drawings, Los Angeles, CA.
Mandeville Art Center, Seven Sculptors, University of California at San Diego, La Jolla, CA.
The Bertha and Karl Leubsdorf Gallery, Hunter College, Formulation and Representation: Recent Abstract Sculpture, New York, NY., curated by Susan Edwards, catalog with essay by Susan Edwards.
1989Walker Art Center, Recent Acquisitions, Minneapolis, MN.
1988Aldrich Museum of Art, Innovations in Sculpture 1985-1988, Ridgefield, CT., curated by Ellen O'Donnel, catalog with essay by Ellen O'Donnell.
1987The Sculpture Center, Natural Inflections: Inside/Outside, New York, NY., Curated by Douglas Dreishpoon, catalog with essay by Douglas Dreishpoon.
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Emerging Artists 1978-86: Selections from the EXXON Series, New York, NY., Curated by Diane Waldman, catalog with essay by Diane Waldman.
Robeson Gallery, Rutgers University, Contemporary Syntax: Edge and Balance, New Brunswick, NJ., curated by Allison Weld, catalog with essay by Allison Weld.
Contemporary Art Center, Standing Ground: Sculpture by American Women, Cincinnati, OH., Curated by Sarah Rogers, catalog with essay by Sarah Rogers.
1986The Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth, AMERICA: Art and the West, traveling to: The Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sidney, Australia, curated by Celeste M. Adams, book with essays by Celeste M. Adams & Dr. Ron Tyler.
Sculpture Center, The Sculptural Membrane, curated by Douglas Dreishpoon, catalog with essay by Douglas Dreishpoon, New York, NY.
1983Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New Perspectives in American Art: 1983 EXXON National Exhibition, New York, NY., curated by Diane Waldman, catalog with essay by Diane Waldman.
Honors and Awards
2011Park Avenue Armory, Artist-In-Residence, September, 2011 - October, 2012, New York, NY.
South Dakota State University, Department of Visual Arts Van Zante Visiting Artist, Brookings, SD.