Born in Philadelphia, PA, Suzanne Reese Horvitz works in her studio in the New Jersey Pinelands. She holds a BFA and MA from University of the Arts,
and a Doctorate in College Teaching of Fine Arts from Columbia University, NYC. Horvitz was a founder and for 21 years, Executive Director of NEXUS/Foundation For Today’s Art.
Awards: Horvitz has received over 20 grants and three Fulbright Specialist Awards. She has been awarded several artist fellowships, including: a Masterworks Fellowship from The Center For Creative Glass,
PA Council on the Arts, Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation, and grants from National Endowment for the Arts.
Exhibitions: in 2019 Horvitz and Roesch represented USA in the 13th Cairo Biennale. She has had exhibitions of her artwork in South America, the Far East and the Middle East. She has had one person exhibitions and is in the permanent collections of the Gulbenkian Museum, Portugal,
Fyns Kunstmuseum, Denmark, Utah Museum, Museum of Greater Victoria, and Musée D’Art Contemporain in France. Her work has also been exhibited in and is in the permanent collection of the Musée d’Art
Moderne, Paris, Corning Museum, Museum of American Glass, and Glasmuseum, Denmark.
Co-curated exhibitions: Horvitz and Roesch, exhibited in and co-curated the the US pavilion of the 2009 Baku Biennial and the 2009 and 2004 Biannual of Artists Books in Bibliotheca Alexandrina.
Collections: Her paintings and artist books are in many international collections including: Kyoto Institute
of Technology Museum, Japan, Bibliotheca Alexandrina Museum, Alexandria, Egypt, Szent Istvan Kiraly Muzeum (Hungary), Paper Museum, Tokyo, François Côté, libraire à Bibliopolis,. Montréal, Canada. National Museum of
Women in the Arts, Washington, DC, Yale University, New Haven, CT, Awagami Museum, Tokushima, Japan, The Smithsonian American Art Museum/ Library, Washington, DC, Ruth and Marvin Sackner, FL, Joseph Curtis Sloane Art Library,
University of NC.
Horvitz and Roesch served as Cultural Advisors to The US Embassies in Azerbaijan, Egypt, Syria, Argentina, Ecuador,
and Myanmar. They collaborated on exhibitions, sculptural installations and large-scale public art projects in Holland, Germany, Denmark, Myanmar, China, Japan, France, Syria, Egypt, South America and throughout the United