Location:ann arbor, michigan, MI, United States
Gallery Representation:Joseph Bellows Gallery, La Jolla, California, http://www.josephbellows.com/artists/joanne-leonard/#1
Schools Attended:Hollywood HighschoolUniversity of California at Berkeley
2012 How We Do Both: Art and Motherhood. Edited by Michi Jigarjian and Qiana Mestrich, Secretary Press. J.Leonard image "Pregnant" on cover and essay inside
2011 "Being in Feminist Pictures" (essay with 6 illustrations). Feminist Review 99: 99–105.
2011 Four Generations, One Absent and Roots and Wings (detail). In “Photo/(gyno)graphy:
The Work of Joanne Leonard,” by Domna C. Stanton, in Graphic Subjects: Critical Essays on Autobiography and Graphic Novels, ed. M. A. Chaney, 200–5. Madison:
University of Wisconsin Press.
2011 Merida Morning. Cover of Jag Kände så in tystnaden, förivssad om att du sov (I felt
the silence, confident that you were sleeping), a book of poetry by Magnus Thorn.
Stockholm: Recito Förlag.
2010 Rupture from Journal of a Miscarriage. In Frida Kahlo: Face to Face, by Judy Chicago
and Francis Borzello, 229. Munich: Prestel.
Joanne Leonard spoke about her new book Being In Pictures
Institute for the Study of Culture and Society (ICS), Bowling Green University
College Art Association
Joanne Leonard spoke on panel “Artist and Model” (concerning artists’ use of families and friends as models, panel Chair, Ruth Weisberg)
CAA 97th Annual Conference
Los Angeles, California, February 25–28, 2009
Newton Free Library, Newton Centre, MA
Joanne Leonard, spoke about Being in Pictures for Women’s History Month
San Francisco Book Signing
Margy Boyd Studio and Art Tours in collaboration with Bird and Beckett Books
Best Books Issue, December 2008. Review of Joanne Leonard’s Being In Pictures
Photo collage cover image for Transforming Science and Engineering Advancing Academic Women, University of Michigan Press, 2007 release, Abigail J. Stewart, et al.
Disturbing the Peace, Denise Bibro Gallery, NYC
Included in The Feminine and Its Dimensions Lecture on photography by Deborah Bright, photographer, author, as part of International Women's Day, Sao Paulo, Brazil
The Diane M. Kirpatrick and Griselda Pollock Distinguished University Professor,
University of Michigan (July 2004)
Janson’s History of Art, 6th edition revised, color reproduction of Romanticism Is
Ultimately Fatal, Abrams
About Face (Portraits), Denise Bibro Gallery, and Exhibition: The Art of Aging,
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion Museum, New York, NY and traveling New York, NY
Visiting Artist and Scholar (February/March), American Academy in Rome
Capturing Light, Masterpieces of California Photography, 1850-2000,Photographs in the collection of the Oakland Museum of California, Oakland, CA
A life's work of photography, collage, feminism, and keen observations on the sexes, makes the new book byexceptional reading.