Twelve of William Utermohlen’s late works will be on show in the exhibition Mirror Images – Reflections in Art and Medicine at the Kunstmuseum, Thun, Switzerland from 11 February to 30 April 2017.


Trinity College Dublin Science Gallery is presenting an exhibit 

Trauma: Built to Break including works of William Utermohlen.

November 20, 2015 - February 21, 2016


utermohlen 1996 self portrait red 465x330mm coll poilleux paris    utermohlen 2000 head 2 pencil 405x330mm bob


How does trauma affect the brain, the body, the national psyche, or all three?

How do buildings, bodies, artworks and stories record the traumas of our past?

How do we bounce back after a trauma, and how is our understanding of trauma’s lasting effect changing?


William Utermohlen's late self-portraits bring his testimony to this exhibit.

A complematary workshop uses these self-portraits as a model

for processing self-awareness following trauma.


Science Gallery Trinity Dublin: Trauma



Pusuing the Ephemeral, Painting and Enduring:
Alzheimer's and the Artwork of William Utermohlen
A retrospective exhibition
Wakeley Gallery, Ames School of Art Wesleyan University
Bloomington, Illinois, USA

6 November - 11 December 2015
Open: Monday-Friday 12-4 pm, Tuesday evening 7-9pm, Saturday & Sunday 1-4 pm
6 Ames Plaza West, Bllomington, Illinois

Exhibition presentation

Exhibition catalog 


utermolhen 1997 self portrait green 355x355mm bob

Opening Saturday, February 6
through July 2016