SOLO SHOWS include:
2019        Charter Oak Cultural Center, Hartford, Connecticut
2016        Cong. Beth El-Keser Israel, New Haven, Connecticut
2013        Jewish Religious Center at Williams College, Williamsport, MA: Artist-in-Residence
2012        Krasdale New York Galleries, New York
2011        Charter Oak Cultural Center, Hartford, Connecticut
2011        Cong. Beth Shalom Rodfe Zedek, Chester, Connecticut
2009        The Emanuel Synagogue, Hartford, Connecticut
2007        Arts for the Center, JCC New Haven, Connecticut
2000        Tuttle Gallery, Southbury, Connecticut
1998        IRIS Gallery, Bedford, Massachussetts
1989        Alpha Gallery, Denver, Colorado
1986        Katherina Rich Perlow Gallery, New York
1983        A.M. Sachs Gallery, New York
1981        Jack Gallery, New York
1979        Montclair State University, New Jersey
1979,78    E.P. Gurewitsch Gallery, New York
1974        New Art Center, London, England
1973        Piccadilly Gallery, London, England
1972        Reed House Gallery, London, England

TWO MAN SHOWS include:
1977        Will Barnet/Alan Falk, E.P. Gurewitsch , New York
1975        Sonia Delauney/Alan Falk, E.P. Gurewitsch, New York

GROUP SHOWS include:
2019        "Spinoza: Marrano of Reason", Amstelkerk, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2018        "On the Consequences of Hate Speech", Manny Cantor Center, New York, NY
2018        "Through Compassionate Eyes", Charter Oak Cultural Center, Hartford, Connecticut
2017        "Natural Instincts", Charter Oak Cultural Center, Hartford, Connecticut
2016        "Dimensions of Spirituality", Hillel Gallery, University of Southern California, Los Angeles
2016        "Passover & the Consequences of Freedom", Jewish Gallery of Art, Brooklyn, New York
2012        “Text/Context”, Kraft Center, Columbia/Barnard College, New York, New York
2010        “The Dura Europus Project”, Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art, PA
2010        “Generation D: Identities”, Flomenhaft Gallery, New York
2010        "Seduced by the Sacred", Charter Oak Cultural Center, Hartford, CT
2010        “Cultural Heritage Artists Project: The Orchard Street Shul”, New Haven, CT
2006        “The Elements: Fire”, Gallery of Contemporary Art, Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, Connecticut
1989,88     Alpha Gallery, Denver, Colorado
1989, 88, 87 Katharina Rich-Perlow Gallery, New York
1986        "Art & The Law": New York Bar Association, New York, NY; Blanden Memorial Art Museum,
        Fort  Dodge, Iowa; Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, California
1986         Sunrise Art Museum, Charleston, West Virginia
1986,84    Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, Ohio
1986, 83   McNay Art Institute, San Antonio, Texas
1984, 83   A.M. Sachs Gallery, New York
1983        "Artists Choice Museum", Marlborough Fine Art, New York
1980        The Second International Art Expo, New York
1979        “The Thirteen Collection”, Sotherby Parke-Bernet, New York
1978        Childe Hassam Purchase Exhibition, American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York
1978, 77, 76 E.P. Gurewitsch, New York
1977        "In Western New York", Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York
1976        Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua , New York     
1974        Kunsterner Hus National Art Museum, Oslo, Norway
1974        International Art Fair, Basel, Switzerland
1973        "I.K.I.", Dusseldorf, West Germany
1971,72    Piccadilly Galleries, London, England
1970        "Fine Art for Industry", Royal College of Art, London, England

Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, CT; Canisius College, New York; Burchfield Penney Art Center at Buffalo
State College, New York; Columbus Museum, Ohio; Hebrew Art School, New York City; Academy for Jewish
Religion, New York; Hungarian Consulate General's Office, New York; Touchstone Rochdale Art Museum,
Numerous private and corporate collections worldwide including:
New Yorker Magazine; Mountain Bell; Kaiser Permanente; Cahners, Inc;
The Lord Sandiland Collection, England; Gala Cosmetics of London, England;
Tootal Corporation, England.

Six banners depicting the Arts, Manhattan Ferry Terminal, New York City
Outdoor Mural, City of Buffalo, New York
Poster: Hebrew Arts School, New York City
Ten posters depicting Prominent Jews of New Haven: 350 Years of Jews in America,
Jewish Historical Society of New Haven, Connecticut

The Jewish Press, The Daily Telegraph, London, England: The London Times, England: The Arts Review,
England; Art International; The New York Art Year Book; Art News; Art World; New York Gallery Guide
Alan Falk has been passionate about creating art since he was 12 years old. At 16 he was
admitted to the Manchester College of Art where he studied painting under the guidance of
Norman Adams, who became his mentor. Adams was later to become the Keeper at the
renowned Royal Academy Schools. Two years after graduating, Alan was awarded the Granada
Fellowship in Fine Arts at the Institute of Advanced Studies at Manchester Polytechnic.

He taught at several colleges of art in England and was represented by the prestigious
Piccadilly and New Art Center galleries in London. During this time he participated in many
group exhibitions in the UK and Europe including the first British Drawing Biennale; the
Kunsterner Hus National Museum, Oslo, Norway and the Royal College of Art, London.

Alan marked his arrival in the US with a two person show with Sonia Delauney at the Edna.P
Gurewitsch gallery in NYC. He has exhibited in numerous group exhibitions including the
National Academy of Arts & Letters, Albright-Knox Gallery, Buffalo and Marlborough Fine Art,
New York. Alan was represented by A.M.Sachs and Katharina Rich Perlow galleries, also in
New York.

Commissions include a mural for the City of Buffalo, NY, and banners depicting the arts at the
Manhattan Ferry Terminal. Since the early 1990's Alan has worked as an independent artist
while exhibiting extensively in the US and abroad. His work is in numerous private, corporate
and museum collections
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