SELECTED EXHIBITIONS AS AN ARTIST
TORN: The Problem of Human Behavior, Mixed Media Works by Margaret Sartor, September 1 – November 5, 2021, Horse & Buggy Press and Friends
TORN: A Year that Changed Everything, Mixed Media Works by Margaret Sartor, September 1 – November 6, 2021, PS 118 Gallery and Event Space
Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University: “Across County Lines: Contemporary Photography from the Piedmont,” October 04, 2018-February 10th, 2019.
North Carolina Museum of Art, “Panorama: North Carolina,” Raleigh, NC, October 8, 2016 - February 12, 2017
North Carolina Museum of Art, “Human/Nature,” Raleigh, NC, October 15, 2016 - March 12, 2017
Cassihaus Gallery, “Private Portals: The Cassihaus Collection Celebrates 15 Years Discovering Girl Power,” Chapel Hill, NC, May 31 - August, 2015.
Nasher Museum of Art, “Light Sensitive: Photographic Works from North Carolina Collections,” Durham, NC, February 14 - June 9, 2013.
North Carolina Museum of Art, “Presence/Absence,” Raleigh, NC, Nov. 28, 2011 to June 10, 2012.
North Carolina Museum of Art, “Mirror Image: Women Portraying Women,” Raleigh, NC, May to November 27, 2011.
Nasher Museum of Art, “Beyond Beauty: Photographs from the Duke University Special Collections Library,” Duke University, Durham, NC, July 2 - October 18, 2009.
North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources, “Telling Our Stories, An exhibit of photographs by Leading NC photographers,” travelled under the auspices of the NCDCR, 2008.
SECCA Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, “Contemporary Photography from the North Carolina Museum of Art,” Winston-Salem, NC, December 2007.
The Light Factory, “Generation TBA: Photographs by Margaret Sartor and Alex Harris,” Charlotte, NC, February 16 – April 26, 2007
North Carolina Museum of Art, “Contemporary North Carolina Photography from the Museum’s Collection,” Raleigh, , Raleigh, NC. September 2006 - February, 2007.
Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library Gallery, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina. “Close to Home” http://library.duke.edu/exhibits/margaretsartor/, Photographs by Margaret Sartor, July - October 2006.
** Crooks Corner**, “Ann Stewart Fine Art Presents: Newly Editioned Photographs by Bill Bamberger, Alex Harris, and Margaret Sartor,” Chapel Hill, North Carolina. May 2006.
Gallery Zink+Gegener, Munich and Gallery Martin Kudlek, Cologne, “The Way Home Project”, Invitation exhibition organized by Christian Jacobs and Hana Tsutsumi of cultural affairs in Munich, Germany. 2004.
Plano Arts Center, “In Their Mother’s Eyes”, Curated by Martina Mettner, April 25 - May 31, 2003. Show also includes photographs by Tiny Barney, Debbie Fleming Caffery, Sally Mann, Joyce Tenneson, and Maude Schuyler Clay.
House of Photographic Art, “Tea Time”, Women In Photography International’s 20th Anniversay Juried exhibition, jurors, Cornelia H. Butler, Curator of Photography, Museum of Contemporary art, Los Angeles (MOCA) and Joyce Wilson, Brooks Institute of Photography, Santa Barbara; a traveling exhibition opening at HOPA, San Juan, Capistrano, CA, 2001.
Milsaps College, “Carried to the Heart: Faith and Doubt in Contemporary Southern Photography,” Jackson Mississippi, Curated by Tom Rankin and Maude Schuyler Clay. Show also included photographs by William Eggleston, William Christenberry, Sally Mann, and Bruce Weber. November 1 - December 14, 1999. ** Center for Photography at Woodstock**, “Picturing Home: Images from the American South”, Woodstock, NY, Curated by Kate Menconi. Photographs by Lynda Frese, Mark Goodman, William K. Griener, Earlie Hudnall, Jr., Nancy Marshall, Meg Reilley, Margaret Sartor, Melissa Springer, Thomas Tulis, Angela West. June 6 - July 18, 1999.
Center for Photography at Woodstock, “Common Boundary”, An exhibition of five nationally based artists, curated by Sandra Phillips for the Woodstock, NY, 1999.
North Carolina State University School of Design, “Converging Terrains: Gender, Environment, Technology and the Body”, Exhibition and Conference organized by the Southeastern Women’s Studies Association at the Brooks Hall Gallery at Raleigh, NC, March-April 1999.
New Orleans Museum of Art, “Recent Appearances: Reviewing the Russell Albright Photography Collection”, August 22 - October 11, 1998, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Green Hill Center for North Carolina Art, “Merry Moore Winnett Photography Triennial”, Greens boro, NC, February 15 - April 19, 1998. Los Angeles Public Library, “What Does a Woman Athlete Look Like?” Los Angeles, California, April - May 1997. Curated by Jane Gottesman. Women Artist’s of North Carolina, “Through Women’s Eyes”, Chapel Hill, NC, February 1997. Juried by Beth Wilson, Evon Coleman, Vernon Pratt, and Christy Taylor.
Soho Photo Gallery, “Annual National Juried Photography Show,” New York, NY, June 4 - June 29, 1996.Curated by Susan Kismaric.
Gallery of Southern Photography, New Orleans, LA. “Dixie Dream”, Photographs by Margaret Sartor and Alex Harris”, June - August 1997.
Birmingham Museum of Art, “The South by Its Photographers,” Birmingham, Alabama, October - December 1996. Travelled 1997 and 1998.
E. J. Bellocq Gallery, School of Art and Architecture, Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, Louisiana. “Photographs by Margaret Sartor,” April - May 1996.
North Carolina Museum of Art, “North Carolina Artists Exhibition 1996,” Raleigh, NC, June - September 1996. Curated by Linda Shearer.
Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University, Durham, NC. “Home” - Photographs by Margaret Sartor http://documentarystudies.duke.edu/exhibits/past/sartor.html, Juanita Kreps Gallery, April - August 1995.
Center for Photography at Woodstock, “Familiar Relations,” Woodstock, NY, February - March 1996. Travelled to the Watershed Gallery, Bristol, England. Curated by Larry Fink.
Westport Arts Center, “Photo Biennial 1994,” Westport, CT. Juried by Melissa Harris.
Bivins Gallery, “Four Latent Image Photographers: John Moses, Elizabeth Matheson, Margaret Sartor, Caroline Vaughan,” Duke University, Durham, NC, April - May 1994. Curated by William Noland.
Frank Porter Graham Student Union, “Of People and Place: North Carolina 1979 to 1992,” University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Travelled throughout North Carolina under the auspices of UNC-CH, 1994. Curated by Bill Bamberger.
OPSIS Foundation, New York, NY. “Photographs by Margaret Sartor and Margaret Moulton”, November - December 1993.
The New England Fine Art Institute, “State of the Art ‘93” Boston, MA, June - July 1993.
Kharkov Center, USSR, “American Photographs,” Traveled in the USSR in 1990 under the auspices of the Ukranian Artist’s Union.
University Center Gallery, “The Continous Process: The Artist as Teacher / The Teacher as Artist,” North Carolina State University, Raleigh, February - March 1990.
Burden Gallery, NY, “New Southern Photography: Between Myth and Reality”, June - July 1989. Traveled in the US under the auspices of the Aperture Foundation, Inc.
SELECTED EXHIBITIONS AS A CURATOR
Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, “Where We Find Ourselves: The Photographs of Hugh Mangum, 1897-1922,” Durham, NC, January 19 - May 16 NOW EXTENDED TO SEPTEMBER 1, 2019. Curated by Margaret Sartor and Alex Harris.
Rubenstein Library Photography Gallery, “Gedney in India,” Duke University, Durham, NC, June 12 – October 28, 2018. Curated by Shany Jhaveri, Margaret Sartor and Devika Singh.
Jehangir Nicholson Gallery, “Gedney in India,” Mumbai, India, March 9 – June 30, 2017. Curated by Shany Jhaveri, Margaret Sartor and Devika Singh.
The Center for Documentary Studies, “Short Distances and Definite Places: The Photographs of William Gedney,” Duke University, Durham, NC, April 20 - August 4, 2001. Exhibition organized by Sandra S. Phillips, senior curator SFMoMA. Guest curator: Margaret Sartor.
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, “Short Distances and Definite Places: The Photographs of William Gedney,” January 21, 2000 - May 16, 2000. Exhibition organized by Sandra S. Phillips, senior curator SFMoMA. Guest curator: Margaret Sartor.
Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University, “William Gedney: Kentucky Photographs,” Durham, NC, April - August 1994. Curated by Margaret Sartor.
Juanita Kreps Gallery, “The Eye of Childhood: Children’s Drawings Collected by Robert Coles,” Duke University, Durham, NC, April - August 1994. Travelled under the aupices of The Center for Documentary Studies. Curated by Margaret Sartor.
North Carolina State University School of Design, “Still Points: Student Work in Photography”, Raleigh, NC, November 1989. Curated by Margaret Sartor.
Fine Arts Building, University of Tennessee, Chattanooga, September 1987, “A World Unsuspected,” Chattanooga, TN, September 1987. Curated by Alex Harris and Margaret Sartor
International Center of Photography, “South Africa: The Cordoned Heart,” New York, NY, May 1986. Travelled under the auspices of the International Center of Photography. Curated by Alex Harris and Margaret Sartor.
International Center of Photography, “People of the Forest: Photographs of the Maya,” by Gertrude Blom,” New York, NY, March 1984. Travelled under the aupices of the International Center of Photography. Curated by Alex Harris and Margaret Sartor.