View a list of one-man exhibitions, awards, commissions, and works below.

One-Man Exhibitions:
1931 Caz-Delbos Galleries, New York.
1932 Institute of Jamaica, British West Indies.
1932 Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, Massachusetts.
1933 Caz-Delbos Galleries, New York.
1935 Morton Gallery, New York.
1938 and 1943 Institute of Jamaica, British West Indies.
1938 Zwemmer Gallery, London.
1945 Kraushaar Galleries, New York.
1948 Open-air Exhibition, Washing Square, New York.
1950 Art Alliance, Philadelphia.
1953 Rockland Foundation Gallery, Nyack, New York.
1956 Gallery Ten, Inc., Mount Vernon, New York.
1962 U.S.I.S. Gallery, Florence, Italy. (Joint exhibit)
1964 Zwemmer Gallery, London.
1965 Armenian General Benevolent Union Gallery, New York.
1967 Rockland Community College, Suffern, New York.
1967 Contemporaries Gallery, New York.
1971 Galerie Bernheim-Jeune, Paris.
1971 Artists' house of Gallery, Erevan, Armenia.
1975 Sculpture City, New York.

1944 Springfield Art Association, 1st Prize.
1949 and 1950 Audubon Artists, Gold Medal and 1st Prize.
1954 Pennsylvania Academy-George D. Widener Gold Medal.
1954 American Academy and the National Institute of Arts and Letters-monetary awards and exhibition of sculpture with citation.
1962 Gruppo Donatello, Florence Italy-Silver Medal.
1984 Soviet Armenian Government, Martiros Sarian Medal.

1950 Fairmont Park Art Association. Commission to execute nine-foot figure in granite entitled "Inventor" for the Ellen Phillips Samuel Memorial, Fairmont Park, Philadelphia.
1958 Armenian Cathedral and Cultural Centre, New York. Commission to execute 13-foot "Christ" and four Christian Martyrs in Indiana limestone for the facade of the Diocesan House.
1962 Bernard Baruch City College, New York. Commission to execute life-size "Beaver" in bronze for the entrance hall.
1973 Saints Mesrob and Sahag Armenian Church, Wynnewood, Pennsylvania. Commission to execute eight-foot bronze sculptures of Saint Mesrob and Saint Sahag for facade.
1974 Armenian Bicentennial Commemoration Committee. Commission to execute 20-foot bronze sculpture of Meher with four-foot bas relief panels for Fairmont Park, Philadelphia.

Works by Khoren Der Harootian are represented in the following public collections:
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
Whitney Museum of Art, New York.
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia.
Arizona State College, Tempe, Arizona.
Newark Museum, Newark, New Jersey.
Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, Massachusetts.
Bezalel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel.
Institute of Jamaica, British West Indies.
Our Lady, Queen of Angels Seminary, Diocese of Albany, New York.
Armenian State Museum, Erevan, Armenia.

and in many important private collections throughout the world...