Exhibitions

ART EXHIBITIONS    

2019

Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Lifecasts. Berlin, Germany. (Group Exhibition, Historical Survey).

2018

Hankyu Umeda Gallery. Hankyu New York ART 2018. Osaka, Japan. (Group exhibition).

The Center for Contemporary Art. Bedminster, NJ, Mermaids and Other Creatures. (Solo exhibition).

Towson University, Center for the Arts Gallery. Towson, MD, George Segal in Black and White: Photographs by Donald Lokuta and Drawings by George Segal. (Exhibition with George Segal).

Hamilton Street Gallery. Bound Brook, NJ, Dig. (Group exhibition).

2017

The George Segal Gallery. Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ, Installation in permanent gallery dedicated to George Segal.

School of Visual Arts. Chelsea Gallery, CP Project Space, New York City, K(NO)W MORE. (Group exhibition).

Hamilton Street Gallery. Bound Brook, NJ, The Elephant in the Room. (Group exhibition).

New Jersey State Museum. Trenton, New Jersey, New Jersey Arts Annual SPECIAL EDITION. (Group exhibition).

Zimmerli Art Museum. Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, Subjective Objective: A Century of Social Photography. (Group exhibition).

9/11 Tribute Center Museum. New York, New York. (Mural for WTC timeline).

2016

Zimmerli Art Museum. Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, HereNow: Rutgers 250. (Group exhibition).

Hamilton Street Gallery. Bound Brook, NJ, A Man’s World. (Group exhibition).

Hankyu Umeda Gallery, TOAST Art Fair Japan. Osaka, Japan. (Group exhibition).

Stedman Art Gallery. Rutgers University, Camden Center for the Arts, Camden, NJ, George Segal in Black and White: Photographs by Donald Lokuta. (Two-person exhibition with George Segal).

The George Segal Gallery. Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ, Between Here and Then: Photography from the Collections of Montclair State University. (Group exhibition).

2015

Zimmerli Art Museum. Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, George Segal in Black and White: Photographs by Donald Lokuta. (Solo exhibition).

Zimmerli Art Museum. Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, In the Studio: Photographs of George Segal by Donald Lokuta. (Solo exhibition).

Drumthwacket. Princeton, NJ, Inspire: Everyday People Changing New Jersey. (Group exhibition).

2014

Zimmerli Art Museum. Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, Striking Resemblances: The Changing Art of Portraiture. (Group exhibition).

Galleria Nationale d’Arte Moderna (GNAM). Rome, Italy, Tangible e Intangible. (Group exhibition).

National September 11 Memorial Museum. New York, NY. (Photographs on permanent exhibition).

HPGRP Gallery New York. (Main Gallery). New York, NY, Donald Lokuta: Mermaids and Other Creatures. (Solo exhibition).

The George Segal Gallery. Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ, MSU Works on Paper Collection. (Group exhibition).

James Howe Gallery. Kean University, Union, NJ, Fall Salon: 2014 Fine Art Faculty Exhibition. (Group exhibition).

2013

Newark Public Library. Newark, New Jersey, Newark Art and Artists:
 Prints, Photographs, and Other Works on Paper from the
 Special Collections of the
 Newark Public Library (Part II). (Group exhibition).

VOLTA NY 2013. New York, NY, In Plato’s Cave. (An invitational solo project fair for contemporary art).

Urban Arts Space. (The Ohio State University), Columbus, Ohio, Donald Lokuta: Plato’s Cave – Segal’s Studio. (Solo exhibition).

HPGRP Gallery New York. (Main Gallery). New York, NY, Lotus Photography- Summer Photography Show 2013. (Group exhibition).

New Jersey State Museum. Trenton, New Jersey, Our Story: New Jersey’s 9/11 Collection. (Group exhibition).

2012

HPGRP Gallery New York. (Main Gallery). New York, NY, In Plato’s Cave Redux: Photographs by Donald Lokuta. (Solo exhibition).

James Howe Gallery. Kean University, Union, NJ, Fall Salon: 2012 Fine Art Faculty Exhibition. (Group exhibition).

2011

HPGRP Gallery New York (Main Gallery). New York, NY, In Plato’s Cave: Photographs by Donald Lokuta. (Solo exhibition).

HPGRP Gallery New York (South Gallery). New York, NY, In Plato’s Cave: Photographs by Donald Lokuta (Extended exhibition). (Solo exhibition).

Milberg Gallery, Firestone Library. Princeton University. Princeton, NJ, George Segal: Sculptor as Photographer. (A mural size photograph contributed to this exhibition).

National September 11 Memorial and Museum – Preview Site. New York, NY, Photographs from the series Missing. (On exhibition 2011-2014).

New Jersey State Museum. Trenton, New Jersey, Remember 9.11: Reflections and Memories from New Jersey. September 8, 2011 – July 31, 2013 (Group exhibition).

2010

Monmouth Museum. Lincroft, NJ, George Segal In Focus: Photography by Donald Lokuta. (Solo exhibition).

Windsor Gallery. Colts Neck, NJ, George Segal: A 20 Year Collaboration. (Solo exhibition).

Skirball Cultural Center. Los Angeles, California, George Segal’s The Expulsion: With Photographs of the Artist at Work by Donald Lokuta. (Solo exhibition with a sculpture by George Segal).

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. Kansas City, Missouri, Magnificent Gifts for the 75th. (Group exhibition).

HPGRP Gallery New York. New York, NY, Common Ground 2010. (One photograph contributed to this exhibition).

Arts Guild New Jersey. Rahway, Commuters. (Group exhibition).

James Howe Gallery. Kean University, Union, NJ, 2010 Fine Arts Faculty Exhibition.(Group exhibition).

2009

Nasher Sculpture Center. Dallas, Texas, George Segal: Street Scenes. (12 photographs of the artist George Segal).

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. Kansas City, Missouri, George Segal: Street Scenes. (12 photographs of the artist George Segal).

Norton Museum of Art. West Palm Beach, Florida, George Segal: Street Scenes. (12 photographs of the artist George Segal).

Arts Guild New Jersey. Rahway, NJ, NEXUS/The Merck 2009 Invitational Exhibition. (Group exhibition).

2008

The Gallery. Monmouth Junction, NJ, George Segal: An Intimate Portrait- Photographs by Donald Lokuta. (Solo exhibition).

The George Segal Gallery. Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ, George Segal (A rotating exhibition of the work of artist George Segal), (6 Photographs of George Segal from the Montclair State University Collection on exhibition).

Smithsonian Institution. Washington, D.C., Click! Photography Changes Everything: What We Remember, Smithsonian Photography Initiative, 2008-present, (Internet exhibition, www.click.si.edu) (Donald Lokuta photograph from the series: Missing, http://click.si.edu/Image.aspx?image=2911&story=736&back=Story).

Madison Museum of Contemporary Art. Madison, Wisconsin, George Segal: Street Scenes. (12 photographs contributed as part of an exhibition of the works of George Segal).

2007

The George Segal Gallery. Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ, George Segal (A rotating exhibition of the work of artist George Segal), (6 Photographs of George Segal from the Montclair State University Collection on exhibition).

San Antonio Museum of Art. San Antonio, Texas, Donald Lokuta Photographs, George Segal: An Intimate Portrait. (Solo Exhibition).

National September 11 Memorial & Museum. Tour for the National September 11 Memorial & Museum. A traveling exhibition by the National September 11 Memorial & Museum with 15 photographs from the series: MISSING.

Venues:

Columbia, South Carolina, Finlay Park

Raleigh, North Carolina, Nash Square

Norfolk, Virginia, National Maritime Center

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, PNC Park

Charleston, West Virginia, Haddad River Park

Cincinnati, Ohio. Firefighters Memorial

Lexington, Kentucky, Lexington History Museum

Fort Wayne, Indiana, Friemann Square

Lansing, Michigan, State Capitol Building

Aurora, Illinois, Rt.25 Transportation Center

Madison, Wisconsin, Martin Luther King Blvd.

Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Empire Mall

Des Moines, Iowa. Capitol Building

Omaha, Nebraska, Lewis and Clark Landing

Wichita, Kansas, Kennedy Plaza

St. Louis, Missouri, Washington University

Little Rock, Arkansas, Riverfront Park

Memphis, Tennessee, Central Library

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Oklahoma City National Memorial

Fort Worth, Texas, Hullen Mall

Shreveport, Louisiana, Festival Plaza

Jackson, Mississippi, State Capitol

Birmingham, Alabama, Linn Park

Atlanta, Georgia
, Piedmont Park

Tampa, Florida, Legends Field

HPGRP Gallery New York. New York, NY, $99 Art Fair. (Group exhibition).

James Howe Gallery. Kean University, Union, NJ, Designers @ Work. (Group exhibition).

HPGRP Gallery New York. New York, NY, New Visual Language: Photography Book 1. (Four-person exhibition).

2006

The George Segal Gallery. Montclair State University, Montclair, N.J., Street Crossing: Intimate Photographs by Donald Lokuta. (Solo exhibition).

The New York Historical Society. New York, N.Y., Elegy in the Dust: September 11th and the Chelsea Jeans Memorial. (Group exhibition).

The George Segal Gallery. Montclair State University, Montclair, N.J., George Segal (A rotating exhibition of the work of artist George Segal), (Photographs of George Segal from the Montclair State University Collection on exhibition).

Wilkins Theatre. Kean University, Union, N.J., MISSING: September 11, 2001- September 11, 2006. (Two-person exhibition).

2005

DeBois Gallery. Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA, Donald Lokuta Photography: An Intimate Portrait of George Segal. (Solo exhibition).

University Gallery (CAS). Kean University, Union, NJ, From a Kean Country Estate to a State University. (Group exhibition).

Desbrosses Gallery. New York, N.Y., 4 SHOTS. (Group exhibition).

University Gallery (CAS). Kean University, Union, NJ, New York – New York – New York. (Three-person exhibition).

HPGRP Gallery New York. New York, NY, Donald Lokuta: Photographs of George Segal 1984-2000. (Solo exhibition).

2004

University of Maryland, Baltimore, Maryland A Thousand Hounds. (Group exhibition).

Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts, The Stedman Gallery, Camden, NJ, 2001-2002 Fellowship Exhibition. (Group exhibition).

The Front Room Gallery. Singapore, Contemporary American Artists. (Three-person exhibition).

2003

The New Jersey State Museum. Trenton, NJ, A Decade of Collecting II: Cultural History and Fine Art. (Group exhibition).

The Smithsonian Institution. Washington, D.C., September 11: Bearing Witness to History, SITES Exhibition (Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Services), 2003 (Group traveling exhibition).

James Howe Gallery. Kean University, Union, NJ, Through the Looking Glass: Scenes From New York City. (Three Person exhibition).

2002

Ohio Wesleyan University, Ross Museum. Delaware, Ohio, A Thousand Hounds. (Group exhibition).

Grounds for Sculpture. Hamilton, N.J., Focus on Sculpture: 2002. (Group exhibition).

The New York Historical Society. New York, N.Y., WTC: Monument, An Exhibition by The Skyscraper Museum. (Group exhibition).

James Howe Gallery. Kean University, Union, NJ, Faculty Show. (Group exhibition)

The New York Historical Society. New York, NY, Missing: Streetscapes of a City in Mourning, An Exhibition by City Lore: The New York Center for Urban FolkLore. (Group exhibition).

The Museum of Modern Art. New York, NY, Life of the City. (Group exhibition).

Les Malamut Art Gallery. Union, NJ, 2002 Invitational. (Group exhibition).

The New Jersey State Museum. Trenton, NJ, Searching: New Jersey Photographers and September 11th. (Group exhibition, 18 photographs).

Kean University. Union, New Jersey, Missing. (Two-person exhibition, 26 photographs).

The Barron Arts Center. Woodbridge, NJ, 25th Anniversary Exhibition. (Group exhibition).

2001

Les Malamut Art Gallery. Union, NJ, Retrospectives. (Group exhibition).

Grounds for Sculpture. Hamilton, NJ, Focus on Sculpture: 2001. (Group exhibition).

2000

The New Jersey State Museum. Trenton, NJ, The Leah Phyfer Sloshberg Collection of Fine Art, 2000 (Group exhibition).

The New Jersey State Museum. Trenton, NJ, Baskin, Carter, Lawrence and Segal: New Jersey Remembers. (Group exhibition).

The New Jersey State Museum. The East Gallery, New Jersey Department of State Building, Trenton, New Jersey, New Jersey Artists in the Collection.

1999

The Marion Koogler McNay Art Museum. San Antonio, Texas, Personal Visions and Universal Themes: Aspects of American Sculpture Since 1945. (Group Exhibition, Photograph of George Segal to be exhibited with his work).

Grounds for Sculpture. Hamilton, NJ, Focus on Sculpture: A Photographic Exhibition of Sculpture. (Group exhibition).

1998

Sarah Morthland Gallery. New York City, Donald Lokuta: Photographs and Paintings. (Solo exhibition).

The Barron Arts Center. Woodbridge, N.J. Video Still Images. (Solo exhibition).

1997

Firehouse Gallery. Bordentown, NJ, Photographic Memory. (Group exhibition).

New Jersey Center for the Visual Arts. Summit, NJ, 1997 Union County Juried Arts and Crafts Exhibition. (Group exhibition).

The Barron Arts Center. Woodbridge, .J, 20th Anniversary Exhibition. (Group exhibition).

The New Jersey State Museum. Trenton, NJ, The Zoltan Buki Fine Art Collection. (Group exhibition).

1996

Paris-New York-Kent Fine Art. Kent, CT, Five Contemporary Masters and Their Assistants. (Group exhibition).

The Gallery at Bristol-Meyers Squibb. Princeton, NJ, Real People: Six Artists. (Group exhibition).

1995

Watchung Arts Center. Watchung, N.J., Critic’s Choice- Six Photographers. (Group exhibition).

1994

The Scanticon. Princeton, NJ, Captured Moments. (Three-person exhibition).

Les Malamut Art Gallery. Union, NJ, Video Images: An Exhibition of Paintings and Photographs by Donald Lokuta. (Solo exhibition).

1993

Jersey City Museum. Jersey City, NJ, The Art of Looking: Contacts/Proofs at the Jersey City Museum. (Group exhibition).            

Balch Institute. Philadelphia, PA, Holidays and Festivals in America. (Group exhibition).

Howard Greenberg Gallery. New York, New York, Sequences New York/New Jersey, 1990-1993: Recent Photographs by Sculptor and Artist George Segal (Portrait of the artist for the exhibition).

1992

Balch Institute. Philadelphia, PA, Rites of Passage in America: Traditions of the Life Cycle. (Group exhibition).

1991

Jon Taner Gallery. Westwood, NJ, Urban Scenes: Video Paintings by Donald Lokuta. (Solo exhibition).

1990

Nabisco-Brands Gallery. East Hanover, NJ, Selections From the Jon Taner Gallery. (Group exhibition).

New Jersey Center for the Visual Arts. Summit, N.J., The 1990 Fellowship Exhibition at the New Jersey Center for the Visual Arts. (Group exhibition).

New Jersey State Museum. Trenton, NJ, Photography from the Permanent Collection, Long-term exhibition in the Permanent Collection Gallery.

Les Malamut Gallery, Union, NJ, Works on Canvas by Donald Lokuta. (Solo exhibition).

Schering-Plough Gallery. Madison, NJ, 20th Century Landscape: The Artist’s Vision. (Group exhibition).

1989

New Jersey State Museum. Trenton, NJ, New Jersey Arts Annual: Printmaking and Photography. (Group exhibition).

Rider College Gallery. Lawrenceville, NJ, Recent Paintings. (Solo exhibition).

Hunterdon Art Center. Clinton, NJ, For Arts Sake. (Group exhibition).

1988

The Morris Museum. Morristown, NJ, New Jersey Arts Annual: Painting, Sculpture and Works on Paper. (Group exhibition).

Jon Taner Gallery. Fair Lawn, NJ, Four Photographers. (Group exhibition).

Raritan Valley Community College Art Gallery. North Branch, NJ, For Arts Sake. (Group exhibition).

The Barron Arts Center. Woodbridge, NJ, The Artist’s Touch. (Group exhibition).

1987

Ben Shahn Galleries. William Paterson College, Wayne, NJ, All State Art Faculty Exhibit. (Group exhibition).

Jersey City Museum. Jersey City, NJ, New Jersey Arts Annual: Printmaking and Photography. (Group exhibition).

Schering-Plough Gallery. Kenilworth, NJ, Video Images by Lokuta. (Solo exhibition).

The Morris Museum. Morristown, NJ, The 1985-86 Fellowship Exhibition. (Group exhibition).

The Elizabeth Public Library Gallery. Elizabeth, NJ, Union County Photographers. (Group exhibition).

Tomasulo Gallery. Union College, Cranford, NJ, Paintings by Donald Lokuta. (Solo exhibition).

The Barron Arts Center. Woodbridge, NJ, 10th Anniversary Exhibition. (Group exhibition).

1986

P.M.A. Las Vegas, Nevada, Exhibition organized by Agfa-Gavaret Inc. (Group exhibition).

Morris Museum. Morristown, NJ, New Jersey Ethnic Portraits. (Solo exhibition).

Imageworks Gallery. North Plainfield, NJ, Masters of Photography. (Curated Exhibition, photographs from the Lokuta Collection).

Liberty State Park (The Statue of Liberty Centennial Celebration). Jersey City, NJ, New Jersey Ethnic Portraits. (Solo exhibition).

Imageworks Gallery. North Plainfield, NJ, Women. (Solo exhibition).

Cork Gallery- Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Avery Fisher Hall. New York City, At Lincoln Center. (Group exhibition).

Walt Whitman Center for the Arts and Humanities. Rutgers University, Camden, NJ, New Jersey Ethnic Portraits, September 28 – October 30, 1986 (Solo exhibition).

The James Howe Gallery. Kean College of New Jersey, Union, NJ, Annual Faculty Exhibition- 1986, November 20 – December 19, 1986 (Group exhibition).

Schering-Plough Gallery. Kenilworth, NJ, Union County Artists. (Group exhibition).

1985

Cork Gallery – Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Avery Fisher Hall, New York City. PORTRAITS. (Group exhibition).

Oakside Cultural Center. Bloomfield, NJ, Painted Images. (Solo exhibition)

Morris Museum Exhibition at Beneficial Center. Peapack, NJ, Super, Crackle and Pop, April 1985 (Group Exhibition from the permanent collection of the Morris Museum).

Emily Lowe Gallery. Hempstead, New York, 1985: The Year and the Arts. (Photographs from the Lokuta Collection).

Morris Museum. Morristown, NJ, The Great Swamp- A Place For All Seasons, (Group exhibition).

The Salmagundi Club. Fifth Avenue, New York City, Fourth Annual Open Juried Non-members Exhibition. (Group Exhibition).

1984

College Gallery. Kean College of New Jersey. Union, NJ, Photography ’84. (Group exhibition).

Schering – Plough Gallery. Kenilworth, NJ, Photography ’84. (Group exhibition).

Summit Art Center. Summit, NJ, Connections: Science Into Art.

Morris Museum / Schering Plough Gallery. Madison, NJ, (Group exhibition).

New Jersey State Museum. Trenton, NJ, Photographs. (Photographs from the Collection of the N.J. State Museum).

Nathan’s Art Gallery. West Paterson, NJ, Images II. (Group exhibition).

AT&T Gallery. Basking Ridge, NJ. (Group exhibition).

1983

Srecna Galerija. Belgrade, Yugoslavia, Woman. (Solo exhibition).

Dabac Gallery. Zagreb, Yugoslavia, Woman. (Solo exhibition).

New Jersey State Museum. Trenton, NJ, Ukrainian Americans: An Ethnic Portrait. (Solo exhibition).

Barron Arts Center. Woodbridge, NJ, A Thousand Words. (Group exhibition).

Harry Lebau Center. Union, NJ, Lebau Invitational. (Group exhibition).

Michael Blitzer Gallery. Westfield, NJ. (Group exhibition).

William Patterson College. Patterson, NJ, Ukrainian Americans: An Ethnic Portrait. (Solo exhibition).

The Smithsonian Institution. Washington, DC, New Jersey Festival. (Group exhibition).

New Jersey State House – Capitol Building Rotunda. Trenton, NJ, Images of New Jersey Folklife. (Group exhibition).

Liberty State Park. Jersey City, N.J., Images of New Jersey Folklife. (Group exhibition).

The World Trade Center. New York City, Images of New Jersey Folklife. (Group exhibition).

Newark Museum. Newark, NJ, Photographs of Japan: 1870-1890. (Vintage photographs from the Lokuta Collection).

1982

College Gallery. Kean College of New Jersey. Union, NJ, Form. (Two-Person exhibition).

Robeson Center Gallery. Rutgers University. Newark, NJ, Ukrainian Americans: An Ethnic Portrait. (Solo exhibition).

Somerset County College. North Branch, NJ, Photographer/Instructor. (Group exhibition).

Tweed Art Center. Plainfield, NJ, Photo Eclectic. (Group exhibition).

Simon Gallery. Montclair, NJ, Landscapes. (Group exhibition).

Fairleigh-Dickinson University. Madison, NJ, Spectrum ’82. (Invitational Group exhibition).

Nabisco Gallery. East Hanover, NJ, Photographs. (Group exhibition).

Woodman Gallery. Morristown, NJ, LOKUTA. (Solo exhibition).

Corporate Art Consultants Gallery. Morristown, NJ, N.J. Art Form Staff Artists. (Group exhibition).

New Jersey State Museum. Trenton, NJ, Photographs by Donald Lokuta. (Solo exhibition).

New Jersey State House – Capitol Rotunda. Trenton, NJ, Ukrainian Americans: An Ethnic Portrait. (Solo exhibition).

1981 

Woodman Gallery. Morristown, NJ, Members Show. (Group exhibition).

Barron Arts Center. Woodbridge, NJ, Images of Woman: Two Points of View. (Two-Person exhibition).

The Newark Museum. Newark, NJ, Americans Abroad- 19th Century Travel Photographs. (55 photographs from the Lokuta Collection).

The Morris Museum. Morristown, NJ, Photography- A Personal View. (Group exhibition).

The Cathedral Museum. New York City, … and Miles to Go. (Two-Person exhibition).

1980 

AT&T Gallery. Basking Ridge, NJ. (Group exhibition).

Summit Art Center. Summit, NJ, Juried Exhibition. (Group exhibition).

The Newark Museum. Newark, NJ, Six Photographers. (Group exhibition).

The New Jersey State Museum. Trenton, NJ, State Council on the Arts Fellowship Show. (Group exhibition).

The New School for Social Research / Parsons School of Design. 5th Avenue, New York City, Psychogenic Images. (Solo exhibition).

The Morris Museum. Morristown, N.J., Pictorial Photography. (39 photographs from the Lokuta Collection).

Upper Arlington Gallery. Upper Arlington, Ohio, Three Photographers. (Group exhibition).

1978 (early records not complete)

The Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts. Columbus Ohio, (Group exhibition).