Group Exhibitions, Gallery, Museum, University and Library Venues
Miscellaneous Educational and Smaller Venue Exhibitions
Selections of photographs, as well as larger exhibits have shown in public libraries, College and University galleries, and smaller private galleries throughout the United States.
Group Exhibitions (Partial List—Several Gaps in Records)
1950 San Francisco Museum of Art, San Francisco, California, two-man show with Bob Hollingsworth, 25 b/w prints
1950 Bay Region Photographers, San Francisco Museum of Art, 5 b/w prints
1951 San Francisco Museum of Art, Albert M. Bender Award applicants, with Lee Blodget, Dwain Faubion, Bob Hollingsworth, Rose Mandel, Dody Warren, Charles Wong, 2 b/w prints
1953 San Francisco Museum of Art, Albert M. Bender Award winners, with painters, sculptors, and one other photographer, Charles Wong, 5 b/w prints
1953 California School of Fine Arts, San Francisco, California, now The San Francisco Art Institute, Bender Award winners, Memorial to Albert Bender, sponsored by the San Francisco Art Association, 5 b/w prints
1956 Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio, with Brett Weston, Minor White and Frederick Sommer
1957 John Muir Memorial Art Festival, Martinez, California, with painters, sculptors, and two other photographers, Ansel Adams and Cedric Wright, 10 b/w prints
1957 Perceptions, San Francisco Museum of Art, with five Bay Area Photographers
1959 Photographers’ Choice, Indiana University Photography Department, Indianapolis, Indiana, 3 b/w prints
1961 Wilderness, America’s Living Heritage, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, with Ansel Adams, Cedric Wright and David Simons, 12 b/w prints
1963 Photography in the Fine Arts IV, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, circulated nationally to venues including: Virginia Museum of Fine Art, Carnegie Institute Department of Fine Arts, Addison Gallery of American Art, George Eastman House, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, with Ansel Adams, Richard Avedon, Morton Beebe, Cal Bernstein, Josef Breitenbach, Wynn Bullock, Paul Caponigro, Marie Cosindas, William A. Garnett, Pirkle Jones, Yousuf Karsh, Arnold Newman, Gordon Parks, Eliot Porter, Harlan Thompson, John Upton, Brett Weston, Minor White, Don Worth, and others, 2 b/w prints
1964 Gallery 26, Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio, with Frederick Sommer, Brett Weston and Minor White, 12 b/w prints
1966 Sixth Annual Pacific Northwest Art Annual, invitational, University of Oregon Department of Photography, Eugene, Oregon, 3 b/w prints, 1 color print, 2 b/w prints purchased for permanent collection
1967 Photography in the Fine Arts V, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, circulated internationally to venues including: The National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Addison Gallery of American Art, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, National Gallery of Art, Nelson Gallery of Art Kansas City, Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Toledo Museum of Art and others, with William Albert Allard, Richard Avedon, Oscar Bailey, Dmitri Baltermants, Peter Hill Beard, Ruth Bernhard, Josef Breitenbach, Wynn Bullock, Imogen Cunningham, Judy Dater, John de Visser, Jean Dieuzaide, John Dominis, Gilles Ehrmann, Alfred Eisenstaedt, Andreas Feininger, Peter Fink, Toni Frissell, William A. Garnett, Mario Giacomelli, Suzanne Hausammann, Fritz Henle, Ken Heyman, Art Kane, Yousuf Karsh, Peter Keetman, Andre Kertesz, Leon Kuzmanoff, H. Landshoff, John Launois, Lee Lockwood, Angelo Lomeo, Fred J. Maroon, Martin Martincek, Fred Mayer, Nelson Medina, Barbara Morgan, Horst Munzig, Jon Naar, Hans Namuth, Thomas Nebbia, Arnold Newman, Ruth Orkin, Wingate Paine, Ann Parker, Gordon Parks, Freeman Patterson, David Plowden, Richard Quataert, Co Rentmeester, Marc Riboud, Arthur Rothstein, Kyoichi Sawada, James L. Stanfield, Bert Stern, Pete Turner, Jerry Uelsmann, John Vachon, William Vandivert, Zdenek Vozenilek, Bradford Washburn, Jack Welpott, Brett Weston, Walter Wissenbach, Myron Wood, Don Worth, John Yang and others, 2 b/w prints
1967 Time-Life Gallery, New York City, with Eliot Porter, Ansel Adams, Cedric Wright and others, 6 b/w prints
1968 Face of California, Monterey Peninsula Museum of Art, Monterey, California, sponsored and circulated by the California Arts Commission throughout California, with Wynn Bullock, Ansel Adams, Imogen Cunningham, Milton Halberstadt, Richard Garrod, Al Weber, Steve Crouch, others, 2 b/w prints
1968 Sixth Annual Invitational Photographic Exhibition, Monterey Peninsula Museum of Art, 10 b/w prints
1968 Locust Valley Art Show, invitational exhibit, Mill Neck, Long Island, New York, with Kathryn Abbe and John Mackay
1968 Light 7, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, curated by Minor White with Ansel Adams, John Upton, Dorothy Norman, James Lemkin, Arthur LaZar, Lotte Jacobi, Jerry Uelsmann, Ronald Rosenstock, Nata Piaskowski, Rose Mandel, Ross Harris, Nicholas Hlobeczy, David Wilkinson, Eric Myrvaagnes, Marion Patterson, Ruth Bernhard, Hiro Moriyasu, Edward Putzar, James Alinder, Eugene Meatyard, Charles Hrbek, Carl Chiarenza, Michael Teres, Ken Spencer, William Giles, Don Worth, Judy Dater, Thomas Porett, Rosalind Kimball, Alan MacWeeney, Oliver Gagliani, Wlater Chappell, Paul Wigger, John Brook, Robert Brown, Thomas Barrow, Robert Bordeau, Larry Bullis, Arnold Doren, Heinz Hajek-Halke, Hubert Hohn, Joseph Jackna, Arnold Kramer, Roger Mertin, Don Normark, Paul Petricone, George Thomas and others. 2 b/w prints, 1 purchased for permanent collection—“Cathedral Cliffs”
1968 Smithsonian Shops, Washington D.C., with 11 photographers, 6 b/w prints
1968 California’s Natural Scene, Sempervirens Fund, Redwood City, California, with Ansel Adams, Don Aitken and Howard King, 20 b/w prints
1969 Authors and Illustrators, Focus Gallery, San Francisco, California, with five photographers, 11 b/w prints
1969 Plumas County Museum, Quincy, California, opening for permanent exhibit, 14 b/w 30 X40 prints in main exhibit gallery
1969 Witkin Gallery, New York City, with 18 photographers, 3 b/w prints
1969 Oakland Museum, Oakland, California, permanent exhibit in Natural Sciences Hall, 75 b/w murals: 43 b/w 10’ X 10’ and 10’ X 18’, 32 smaller b/w prints
1969 Collector’s Choice, Focus Gallery, San Francisco, with 14 photographers, 1 b/w print
1969 Yosemite National Park Visitor Center, Yosemite Village, California, opening for permanent exhibit, 14 b/w 15 X 19 up to 36 X 36 prints
1970 California’s Natural Scene, Sempervirens Fund, Foothill College, Atherton, California, with Ansel Adams, Howard King and Carl Meische, 8 b/w prints, 4 color prints
1971 Friends of Photography, Carmel, California, members show, 8 b/w prints
1972 Octave of Prayer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, curated by Minor White, 1 b/w print
1975 Man In His Environment, Field Museum, Chicago, Illinois, b/w prints
1977 West Coast Continuum, Civic Arts Gallery, Walnut Creek, California, with 12 photographers, 4 b/w, 3 color prints
1977 Grand Canyon National Park Visitor Center, South Rim, Grand Canyon, Arizona, 17 color prints: 8 X 10 up to 16 X 20
1977 Polaroid Collection, Clarence Kennedy Gallery, Cambridge, Massachusetts, with 14 photographers: William Garnett, Dorothea Lange, Eliot Porter, Ansel Adams, Edward Weston, Brett Weston, Imogen Cunningham, Paul Caponigro, Minor White, Harry Callaghan, Dorothy Norman and others, 3 b/w prints
1977-1981 The Great West, Art Department, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, circulated nationally by The Smithsonian Institute, 8 dye-transfer prints
1980 De Saisset Museum Gallery, Santa Clara University, b/w prints
1980-1992 At Mono Lake, opened at The Crocker Art Museum, circulated in California and nationally by Western Association of Art Museums to venues including Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History, 1980; San Diego Museum of Natural History, 1980; Hartnel College Gallery, Salinas, California, 1981; Arts Chateau, Butte Montana, 1981; Paris Square, Great Falls, Montana, 1981; Hockaday Center for the Arts, Kalispel, Montana, 1981; Arapaho College Art Gallery, Littleton, Colorado, 1981; McAllen International Museum, McAllen, Texas, 1982; Hearst Art Gallery, St. Mary’s College, 1982; Museum of Arts and Sciences, Macon, Georgia, 1982; Braithwaite Fine Arts Gallery, Cedar City, Utah, 1982; Humboldt Cultural Center, Eureka, California, 1982; Victoria Regional Museum, Victoria, Texas, 1983; California Academy of Sciences, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California, 1983; Fresno Metropolitan Museum, California, 1988; Fullerton Museum Center, Fullerton, California, 1992; and permanently installed at the Mono Basin National Forest Scenic Area Visitor’s Center, Lee Vining, California, with Ansel Adams, Edward Weston, Brett Weston, Cole Weston, Timothy O'Sullivan, Morley Baer, Edward Curtis, Ted Orland, Don Worth, Dave Bohn, Clinton Smith, Stephen Johnson, Robert Dawson, Al Weber and others, 2 b/w prints
1983-2000 Gap in Records for Group Shows
1987 Susan Spiritus Gallery, Newport Beach, California, dye-transfer and Cibachrome prints
1996 San Francisco Art Institute: Fifty Years of Photography, The Pyramid Lobby Gallery, Transamerica Building, San Francisco, California, with 80 faculty and alumni including Ansel Adams, Minor White, Imogen Cunningham, Edward Weston, Lisette Model, Dorothea Lange, Benjamin Chinn, Bill Heick, Pirkle Jones, Ira Latour, Cameron Macauley, Rose Mandel and others, 1 vintage b/w print
2000 Rivers: The Song of Life, Foothills Art Center, Golden, Colorado, with Painters, Sculptors, and photography curated by Chris Brown, with John Fielder, John Telford, Charlie Manlove, Chris Brown, Jack Hillers, John Ward and others, 3 vintage dye-transfer prints
2001 Capturing Light, Oakland Museum, with Carlton Watkins, Eadweard Muybridge, Imogen Cunningham, Edward Weston, Dorothea Lange, Ansel Adams, Wynn Bullock, Robert Frank, Richard Misrach, Carrie Mae Weems and others, vintage b/w prints
2001 After the Storm: The Art of Environmental Photography, Oakland Museum, with Bob Walker, Ansel Adams, Eliot Porter, Robert Dawson and others, Cibachrome prints
2006 Perceptions: Bay Area Photography 1945-1960, Los Angeles Valley College, Van Nuys, California, with Ansel Adams, Edward Weston, Imogen Cunningham, Minor White and others, 2 vintage b/w prints
2006 The First Decade: 1946-1956, Alumni Photography from San Francisco Art Institute, Diego Rivera Gallery, San Francisco Art Institute, with Benjamin Chinn, Bill Heick, Pirkle Jones, Ira Latour, Cameron Macaulay, Rose Mandel, Bob Hollingsworth, Don Whyte, David Johnson, John Rogers, Walter Stoy, John Upton, Stan Zrnich and others including faculty or guest lecturer works by Dorothea Lange, Ruth Marion Baruch, Imogen Cunningham, Minor White, Ansel Adams and Edward Weston, 2 vintage b/w prints
2006 The First Decade: 1946-1956, Alumni Photography from San Francisco Art Institute, Smith Andersen North, San Rafael, California, with the same photographers as above, 2 vintage b/w prints
2007-2008 The Majestic Landscape: Celebrating Earth Island Institute’s 25 Years of Environmental Leadership, Scott Nichols Gallery, San Francisco, California, with Ansel Adams, Morley Baer, Anne Brigman, Wynn Bullock, Paul Caponigro, Michele Clement, Robert Dawson, William Garnett, Joseph Holmes, Rolfe Horn, Koichiro Kurita, Eliot Porter, Michael Rauner, Ryuijie, Penti Sammallahti, Sebastiao Salgado, Carleton Watkins, Brett Weston, Edward Weston and others, 4 vintage dye-transfer prints
2010 Our National Parks, Scott Nichols Gallery, San Francisco, California with Ansel Adams, William Bell, Wynn Bullock, Anne Brigman, Harry Callahan, Paul Caponigro, Imogen Cunningham, William Garnett, Rolfe Horn, William Henry Jackson, Rondal Partridge, Eliot Porter, Michael Rauner, Alan Ross, Don Ross, John Sexton, Carleton E. Watkins, Brett Weston, Edward Weston and others. 2 color archival digital prints--"Mt. Denali, Reflection Pond, Denali National park, Alaska." and "Lava, Flowers, Craters of the Moon National Monument, Idaho."
2010 The Summer Show, Scott Nichols Gallery, San Francisco, California with Berenice Abbott, Ansel Adams, Ruth Bernhard, Wynn Bullock, Harry Callahan, Paul Caponigro, Ron Church, Imogen Cunningham, Monica Denevan, William Garnett, Lucy Goodhart, Rolfe Horn, Mona Kuhn, Dorothea Lange, Barbara Morgan, Rondal Partridge, Michael Rauner, George Tice, Brett Weston, Edward Weston, Don Worth and others. 1 color archival digital print--"Cathedral In The Desert, Glen Canyon, Utah."
2010 The Golden Decdade: Photography at the California School of Fine Arts, 1945-55, Smith Andersen North Gallery, San Anselmo, California with Pirkle Jones, Ruth Marion Baruch, William Heick, Pat harris, Bob Hollingsworth, Cameron Macauley, Ira Latour, Benjamen Chinn, Rose Mandel, Gerald Ratto, John Upton and others. Four vintage black and white prints. In conjunction with the pre-publication release of the book, "The Golden Decade."
2010 An Illustrated View of Yosemite, Scott Nichols Gallery, San Francisco, California, featuring Ansel Adams and Earl Brooks, including vintage prints by Paul Caponigro, Judy Dater, Philip Hyde, William Henry Jackson, Eadweard Muybridge, Alan Ross, John Sexton, Isaac Taber, Brett Weston, Edward Weston, Carleton Watkins and others. 1 vintage black and white print.
2011 The Summer Show, Scott Nichols Gallery, San Francisco, California, vintage and contemporary prints with Ansel Adams, Ruth Bernhard, Francis Bruguiere, Wynn Bullock, Ron Church, Imogen Cunningham. Monica Denevan, Rolfe Horn, Mona Kuhn, Dorothea Lange, Joel Leivick, Rondal Partridge, Michael Rauner, Peter Stackpole, George Tice, Brett Weston, Edward Weston, Don Worth and others.
2011 Virtual Photography Fair, Lumiere Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia, selection of 10 of Philip Hyde's signature images with other artists represented by Lumiere Gallery.
2012 Messages From The Wilderness, part 3 of Photography As Propaganda, Lumiere Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia, with Ansel Adams, Robert Glenn Ketchum, Brett Weston and Edward Weston. Many archival digital prints and vintage prints.
2012 Capitol Arts Gallery Grand Opening, Plumas Arts, Quincy, California, with son David Leland Hyde and other Plumas Arts members. 5 archival digital prints.
2012 Designed By Nature, Lumiere Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia, with Wynn Bullock, Robert Glenn Ketchum, Bob Kolbrenner, Al Weber, Peter Essick, Tom Murphy and Robert Weingarten, and sculpture by David Hayes. 1 archival digital print-"Dogwood, Sequoia," and 3 vintage prints.
2012 Plumas Arts Tour: Open Artists Studios, First public open studio ever at the Philip Hyde Studio with son David Leland Hyde. Many vintage and digital prints.
2012 The Legacy of Ansel Andams And Minor White: Golden Decade Photographers, Figurehead Gallery, Livermore, California, with Ansel Adams, Minor White, Bill Heick, Charles Wong, David Johnson, Benjamen Chinn, Ira Latour, Zoe Brown, John Upton, Gerald Ratto, Stan Zrnich, Pat Harris, Don Whyte, Lee Blodget, Fred Hill, Helen Howell, Harold Zegart, Cameron Macauley, Stephen Goldstine, Bob Hollingsworth, Al Richter and Leonard Zielaskewitz. 3 vintage prints, 3 archival digital prints.
2013 Inherited Nature: Photography by Philip Hyde & David Leland Hyde, Plumas Arts' Capitol Art Gallery, Quincy, California, 35 Philip Hyde archival prints, 51 David Leland Hyde archival digital & chromogenic prints.
2014 Smith Andersen North Presents: The Golden Decade: Photography at the California School of Fine Arts 1945-1955, Mumm Napa Gallery, Rutherford, California, with 32 photographers from first 10 years of Ansel Adams' photography school including Rose Mandel, William Heick, Pat Harris, Bob Hollingsworth, C. Cameron Macauley, Ira Latour, Benjamen Chinn, Gerald Ratto, David Johnson, Ruth-Marion Baruch, Pirkle Jones and John Upton. 4 vintage silver prints.
2015-2016 Ansel Adams: Before and After, The Booth Western Art Museum, Cartersville, Georgia, with Ansel Adams, Alfred Steiglitz, Paul Strand, Edward Weston, Imogen Cunningham, Dorothea Lange, Laura Gilpin, Brett Weston, Pirkle Jones, William Garnett, Bradford Washburn, Barry Goldwater, Cole Weston, Al Weber, Robert Weingarten, Jay Dusard, Bob Kolbrener, Peter Essick, TIm Barnwell, Douglas Keats, Cara Weston, Robert Glenn Ketchum, Tom Murphy, John Mariana, Julieanne Kost and Rex Naden. 3 archival prints.