Inventory Highlights
September 12, 2017 - February 16, 2018

Artist Biography
Mark Fox

Mark Fox

 

Born 1963 in Cincinnati, Ohio

Lives and works in New York City

 

EDUCATION

1988    Stanford University, MFA

1985    Washington University, St. Louis, BFA

 

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2015    Not In This Fool's House, Staniar Gallery at Washington and Lee University, Lexington, VA

2014    MRKPMQ, Robert Miller Gallery, New York, NY

            The Fields, SHAHEEN modern and contemporary art, Cleveland, OH

2013    Unaccustomed, Galeria Pilar, Sao Paulo, Brasil

            If That Then This, Hiram Butler Gallery, Houston, TX

            This Too, [ARTSPACE] at UNTITLED, Oklahoma City, OK

2012    Deep Seated, Franklin Art Works, Minneapolis, MN

2011    Outbread, Roanoke College, Salem, VA

            Cut...ting Edge, Rochester Armory, Rochester, NY

            Statue, Mark Moore Gallery, Culver City, CA

2010    MONSTR, Larissa Golston Gallery, New York, NY

2009    If therefore, SHAHEEN modern and contemporary art, Cleveland, OH

            Whitney Museum of American Art, Art Party Featured Artist, New York, NY

2008    Devin Borden Hiram Butler Gallery, Houston, TX

            Dust, Rice University Art Gallery, Houston, TX

            Paper Bulls, Lemberg Gallery, Ferndale, MI

2007    The Peacock Flesh, Larissa Goldston Gallery, New York, NY

            Dust, Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia, PA

2006    Cricket's Song, Herbert F. Johnson Museum, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

2005    Fascia, Larissa Goldston Gallery, New York, NY

            Inchmeal, Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum, Santa Barbara, CA

            Prints and Drawings, Clay St. Press, Cincinnati, OH

            New Works on Paper, SHAHEEN modern and contemporary art, Cleveland, OH

2004    Dust, Kevin Bruk Gallery, Miami, FL

2003    Dust, Drawing installations and video projections, Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, OH 

2001    Downburst, Multi-media installation, Linda Schwartz Gallery, Cincinnati, OH

2000    Six Degrees Of..., Mixed media sculpture, Artworks Sculpture Project, Federal Plaza, Cincinnati, OH

1998    Fallen Stages: Drawings, pages and chapters from Account Me Puppet, The Detroit Institute of Art, Detroit, MI

            Recent Paintings, Hiestand Gallery,  Miami University, Oxford, OH

Articles of Faith, Drawings and Performance Ephemera, Southern Ohio Museum of Art, Portsmouth, OH

1996    Images from Wurlitzer Voice, Teplitzky and Scott Fine Arts, Cincinnati, OH

1995    Verses and Tongues, Puppets and Performance Ephemera, Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH

1991    New Paintings, C.A.G.E. Gallery, Cincinnati, OH

1989    Recent Works, Patricia Herrmann Gallery, Covington, KY

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2014    Hoarding, Amassing and Excess, Northern Illinois University, Chicago, IL

            Somewhere Between Creation & Destruction, Joseloff Gallery at University of Hartford, Hartford, CT

            Franklin Parrasch Gallery, New York, NY

            Tayloe Piggott Gallery, Jackson, WY

2013    5 Rooms, Robert Miller Gallery, New York, NY

            Summer Mixer, Josh Liner Gallery, New York, NY

            Art for Art's Sake, Frederick R. Weisman Museum of ARt, Pepperdine University, Malibu, CA

            Introduction, S & J Project(s), New York, NY

2012    Decade, Albright-Knox Gallery, Buffalo, NY

            Textual Attraction, Mary Ryan Gallery, New York, NY

            Contemporary Watercolor, Morgan Lehman Gallery, New York, NY

            Rainbow of Chaos, Larissa Goldston Gallery, New York, NY   

2011    Hiding Places: Memory in the Arts, John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI

            The Ghost and the Whale, Cain Schulte Gallery, San Francisco, CA

            January White Sale, curated by Beth Rudin DeWoody, Loretta Howard Gallery, New York, NY

            MAGNA CARTA: Art/Paper, Cain Schulte Gallery, San Francisco, CA

            Group Show, Larissa Goldston Gallery, New York, NY

            Black & Blue, Lemberg Gallery, Ferndale, MI

2010    Elements of Nature: Selections from the Frederick R. Weisman Art Foudation, Carnegie Art Museum, Oxnard, CA

            PaperCut, Lemberg Gallery, Ferndale, MI

2009    On Paper, SHAHEEN modern and contemporary art, Cleveland, OH

            Topographies, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY

            Slash: Paper Under the Knife, Museum of Arts and Design, New York, NY

            Unmistakable, HERE Art Center, New York, NY

            Paper Trail, Judi Rotenberg Gallery, Boston, MA

            Talk Dirty to Me, Larissa Goldston Gallery, New York, NY

            Just What Are They Saying... (curated by Beth Rudin DeWoody), Jonathan Ferrara Gallery, New Orleans, LA 

2008    Long Time No See, Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, OH

            I Won't Grow Up, Cheim and Read, New York, NY

            Stable Scrawl, Larissa Goldston Gallery, New York, NY

2007   Contemporary Art on Paper, Philadelphia Museum of Art,, Philadelphia, PA

2006    Analog Animation: Selections Spring 2006, The Drawing Center, New York, NY

2005    Portraits on Paper, Larissa Goldston Gallery, New York, NY

            Underage, Clifford Chance E US LLP/Dinaburg Arts LLC, New York, NY

            4, Bruce Gallery, Edinboro University, Edinboro, PA

            WOVEN, Gallery W52, New York, NY

            Drawn Out, Gallery 400, University of Illinois, Chicago, IL

2004    Itsy Bitsy Spider, Feature Inc., New York, NY

2003    Welcome, Linda Schwartz Gallery, Cincinnati, OH 

2002    Walk to Zet & Spiders from Zet, Drawing Installations and Video Projections, Jeleni Gallery, Foundation and Center for Contemporary Art, Prague

            Summer Vacation, Linda Schwartz Gallery, Cincinnati, OH

2001    Surface Active, The Aronoff Center for the Arts, Cincinnati, OH

            Journal of Being, Sonoma Museum of Visual Art, Santa Rosa, CA

            Accumulations, Kent State University, Akron, OH

            Working Space, Drawing and Film Installation, NeuRathaus Gallery, Munich, Germany

            Unit 2, What?, UNIT 2, Cincinnati, OH

1998    Stacked, The Aronoff Center for the Arts, Cincinnati, OH

            Small Works, Linda Schwartz Gallery, Cincinnati, OH

1996    sortasorid, Dileia Contemporary, Cincinnati, OH

            Evicted, High Street Gallery, Oxford, OH

 

PERFORMANCE/SAW THEATER

Mark Fox was the Creative Director of Saw Theater. Co-founded in 1993 with Anthony Luensman, Saw Theater was a non-profit contemporary puppet theater that conceived and produced original multi-media performances often in collaboration with artists and writers.

2001    and the movement of hearts came at me like a storm.., Intermedia Festival,The Aronoff Center for the Arts, Cincinnati, OH

1999    Account Me Puppet

               Theater for the New City, New York, NY

               Philadelphia Fringe Festival, Philadelphia, PA

               The Center for Puppetry Arts, Atlanta, GA

               Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, MI

  Saw Theater Performance Space, Cincinnati, OH

The Kiss, Webcast in collaboration in conjunction with Franklin Furnace and Pseudo Programs, New York, NY

             The Temper Ris'n

               The Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito, CA

               Intermedia Festival, The Aronoff Center for the Arts, Cincinnati, OH

            Faust, Creation and performance of two large-scale puppets for Charles Gounod's Faust, directed by Nicholas Muni, The Cincinnati Opera, Cincinnati, OH

1998    and the movement of hearts came at me like a storm.., The Festival of International Puppet Theater, P.S. 122, New York, NY

            A Criminal's Story, Saw Theater Performance Space, Cincinnati, OH

1997    Stain

               Thread Waxing Space, New York, NY

               The Detroit Institute of Art, Detroit, MI

               Kenyon College, Gambier, OH

               Saw Theater Performance Space, Cincinnati, OH

            The Ascension, The Contemporary Dance Theater, Cincinnati, OH

1996    Wulitzer Voice, Saw Theater Performance Space, Cincinnati, OH

1995    Verses and Tongues, (Created and performed in conjunction with solo exhibit), Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH

1994    Ruins, Saw Theater Performance Space, Cincinnati, OH

            A Great Storm, Saw Theater Performance Space, Cincinnati, OH

1993    puppetstory, in situ, Cincinnati, OH

            Zorro, Shadow puppetry sequences commissioned in conjunction with The Ensemble Theater of Cincinnati Production.

 

 FILM/VIDEO

1999    Toy, Super 8 Film; 20 minutes, Super Super 8 Film Festival, Toured the U.S., Canada, Europe and Japan

Oyster Project, Super 8 Film created in conjunction with a live performance by the rock band Oyster, The Contemporary Dance Theater, Cincinnati, OH

1998    Built, Film Loop Mechanism, Crash, Rike Center, University of Dayton, Dayton, OH

Carousel Traces, Film Loop Mechanism (in collaboration with Andrea Sparks, 840 Gallery, College of Design, Architecture and Planning, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

1996    Filmworks, Screening of selected short animated films, Kaldis, Cincinnati, OH

 

FELLOWSHIPS/GRANTS/AWARDS/RESIDENCIES

2012    Versailles Foundation Munn Artists Program at Giverny

2002    Artist Residency, Foundation and Center for Contemporary Art, Prague, Czech Republic

            The Jim Henson Foundation Project Grant

2001    Artist Residency, Working Space, Awarded by Kultureferat, Munich, Germany

            Ohio Arts Council Individual Artist Fellowship

2000    The Jim Henson Foundation Project Grant

            Greater Cincinnati Foundation Award

1999    Artist Residency, Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito, CA

            Otto M. Budig Foundation Grant

            The Fine Arts Fund of Cincinnati Fund

            Cincinnati Arts Allocation Grant

            Cinergy Foundation Grant

            Ohio Arts Council Individual Artist Fellowship

            Ohio Arts Council Operation Support Grant

1998    Greater Cincinnati Foundation Award

            The Jim Henson Foundation Project Grant

            Cincinnati Arts Allocation Grant

            Ohio Arts Council Individual Fellowship

1997    Puffin Foundation Grant

            Cincinnati Arts Allocation Grant

            Artist Residency, The Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, MI

1995    Greater Cincinnati Foundation Award

1994    Cincinnati Arts Allocation Grant

1993    Ohio Arts Council Individual Artist Fellowship

 

RECENT BIBLIOGRAPHY

2013    Glentzer, Molly. "Mark Fox Exhibits at Hiram Butler Gallery," Houston Chronicle (April, 26, 2013)

            Kahn, Eve. "Art Imitates Indianapolis," The New York Times (January 16, 2013)

            Considine, Austin.  "Amidst Cuts, Indianapolis Museum Partners with Alexander Hotel," Art in America (March,

            2013)

2011    Nataraj, Nirmala.  "Mark Fox splatters, stains in art are intentional," San Francisco Chronicle (May 26, 2011)

2010    McClemont, Doug.  "Mark Fox," ARTnews (September 2010)

            "Mark Fox," The New Yorker (June 29, 2010)

            Mann, C. Griffith.  "Acquisitions 2009," Cleveland Art (March/April 2010)

2009    Klanten, Robert.  Papercraft.  Berlin, Die Gestalten Verlag GmbH & Co. KG, 2009

            Tranberg, Dan. "Artist Mark Fox draws on accidental to create abstract drawings," The Plain Dealer (July 12, 2009)

            "Overheard," Vogue (June 2009)

            "Whitney Watchers," Art in America online (June 12, 2009)

2008    "artisti a New York", Corriere della Sera Io Donna (January 2008)

            Kahn, Eve. "Extreme Art," ART + AUCTION (September 2008)

            Schultze, Troy. "Rice Gallery Hosts Outrageous Window Installation Dust," HOUSTON PRESS  (August 7, 2008)

            Crawford, Lynn. "Mark Fox, Paper Bulls," The Brooklyn Rail (July 2008)

 Johnson, Ken. "Some Shows for Escape, Some for Introspection," The New York Times (July 4, 2008)

2007    "Mark Fox," The New Yorker (November 12, 2007)

         

                       

 

 

 

 

Michelle Grabner

Born in Oshkosh, Wisconsin (1962)

Lives and works in Oak Park, IL

 

 

EDUCATION

 

1990   M.F.A. Art Theory and Practice, Northwestern University

1987   M.A. Art History, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Thesis: "Postmodernism: A Spectacle of Reflexivity"

1984   B.F.A. Painting and Drawing, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

 

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

 

2013   Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland, curated by David Norr

           Autumn Space, Chicago, IL

           Shane Campbell Gallery, Chicago, IL

           Shane Campbell Gallery, Lincoln Park, Chicago, IL

           Brendan Fowler, Michelle Grabner, Shane Campbell Gallery, Oak Park, IL

2012   Cottage Works, Green Gallery, Milwaukee, WI

           MICHELLE GRABNER: THE INOVA SURVEY, curated by John Riepenhoff, INOVA, The University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

           Against New York, Galleri Kant, Copenhagen, Denmark

           Black Swan, Shane Campbell Gallery, Oak Park, IL

           Oshkosh, PS, Amsterdam, Netherlands

2011   Like a Rare Morel, Shane Campbell Gallery, Chicago, IL

          Why Did the Chicken Cross the Road? Original Jokes about the Suburban and the Poor Farm by the Artists Who Exhibited

          There, Yale University School of Art, New Haven, CT

2010   I speak now from the aesthetic and artistic point of view when I say that life with Michelle Grabner is dull. Leo Koenig

           Projekte, New York, NY

           FLAPJACK, Rocket, London

           Get Better Mrs. Michelle, Minus Space, Brooklyn, NY

           Chaos is rigidly structured in this chapter, Peregrine Program, Chicago, IL

2009   Silverpoints with Guest Mobile, Green Gallery East, Milwaukee, WI

           SILVERPOINTS, Shane Campbell Gallery, Chicago, IL

           ROUND SILVERPOINTS, Shane Campbell Gallery, Oak Park, IL

2008   SILVERPOINTS, PS, Amsterdam, Netherlands

           Remain in Light, survey exhibition, Ulrich Museum, Wichita, KS

           New Bedford Art Museum, Vault Series, New Bedford, MASS

2007   Michelle Grabner's Never Quite Happy Home, Southfirst, Brooklyn, NY

           Please Return My Kenneth Noland Catalogue, Shane Campbell Gallery, Chicago, IL

           Please Return My Kenneth Noland Catalogue, PS, Amsterdam, Netherlands

           Gallery 16, San Francisco, CA

           Michelle Grabner, 809 Calgary, Canada

           Remain in Light, survey exhibition, Wriston Art Center, Lawrence University, Appleton, WI

2006   1996-2006, Rocket, London, UK

           Remain in Light, survey exhibition, University Galleries, Illinois State University

2005   Project Room, Wendy Cooper Gallery, Chicago, IL

2004   Allston Skirt Gallery, Boston

2003   Rocket, London, UK

           Niagara Galleries, Melbourne, Australia

2001   Richard Heller Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

           Ten in One Gallery, New York, NY

           A Little Less of Me, Deluxe Projects, Chicago, IL

           Ten in One Gallery: Project Space, New York, NY

2000   Suburban Abstraction, Rocket, London, UK

           Ten in One Gallery, New York, NY

1999   In Situ, Aalst, Belgium

           Ten in One Gallery, Chicago, IL

           Hermetic Gallery, Milwaukee, WI

           Paintings for Modern Chairs, Cranbrook Art Museum, Bloomfield Hills, MI

1998   Home Painting, Rocket, London, UK

           Richard Heller Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

           Fuzzy, ICA, Portland, ME

           Safety Patterns, Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, WI

           Safety Patterns, Rocket, London, UK

1997   Richard Heller Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

           INOVA (Institute of Visual Arts), University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, WI

1996   Ten in One Gallery, Chicago, IL

           Hermetic Gallery, Milwaukee, WI

 

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

 

2013   Group show curated by Shane Campbell, Federica Schiavo Gallery, Rome

           To Pack and Wear, Kate Werble Gallery, New York, NY

           On the Grid, curated by Sima Familant Lu Magnus, New York, NY

           Work, organized by Sara Greenberger Rafferty, Klaus Von Nichtssagend Gallery, New York, NY

           Faux Life, Richard Heller Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

           Buzz, curated by Vik Muniz, Nara Roesler, Sao Paolo, Brazil

           Spectator Sports, Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, IL

           PS, Galerie Ruth Leuchter, Dusseldorf, Denmark

           19516 kilometers from Milwaukee or 12126 miles, Misako & Rosen, Tokyo, Japan

           Selected Works, Southfirst, Brooklyn, NY

           Compilation | painting, photography, sculpture, Rocket, London, UK

           Point of Departure, The Arcade, Columbia College, Chicago, IL

           Inaugural Exhibition, Museum of Wisconsin, West Bend, WI

2012   Chris Bradley, Michelle Grabner, Suzanne McClelland, Amanda Ross-Ho, Lisa Williamson, Shane Campbell Gallery: Lincoln

           Park, Chicago, IL

           Lucie Fontaine: Estate, Marianne Boesky Gallery, 64th Street, New York, NY

           Land of the Seven Moles, PS, Amsterdam, Netherlands

           Les Détours de l'abstraction, MUDAM, Luxembourg

           The Indiscipline of Painting: International Abstraction from the 1960s to Now, Mead Gallery, University of Warwick, UK

           More and Different Flags, Marlborough Chelsea, New York, NY

           Neither Here Nor There But Anywhere, MINUS SPACE, Brooklyn, NY

           Time Flies: 2 Years at Drive-By, BK Projects, Boston, MA

           TIME, Anne Mosseri-Marlio Galerie, Zurich, Switzerland

           Ongoing Minimalism (Stefan Eberstadt, Michelle Grabner, Ditty Ketting, Will Taylor, Lars Wolter), Rocket, London, UK

           MINUS SPACE: Editions & Multiples, curated by Matthew Deleget & Emi Winter, Instituto de Artes Gráficas de Oaxaca, Oaxaca,

           Mexico

           Did You See Heaven, Peregrine Program, Chicago, IL 

           First Love, O'Connor Gallery, Dominican University, River Forrest, IL

           Tops, curated by Sun Yu, Open Space, Long Island City, NY

           Endless, PLUG PROJECTS, Kansas City, MO

           Total RECALL, two-person exhibition with Brad Killam, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh

           Critology, Bardo Fine and Performing Arts Center at Western Carolina University, NC and California State, University Los Angeles

           Art Galleries, CA

           THE, Alternative Projects, Milwaukee, WI

2011   A Painting Show, curated by Laura Raicovich and Jessie Washburne-Harris, Harris Lieberman, New York, NY

           The Indiscipline of Painting: International Abstraction from the 1960s to Now," Tate St. Ives, UK

           Women and Weaving: Polly Apfelbaum and Ariel Dill, Southfirst, Brooklyn, NY

           Handler (a series of collaborative figurative sculptures presented by John Riepenhoff), featuring the paintings of Peter Barrickman,

           Michelle Grabner, Nicholas Frank, Jose Lerma, Scott Reeder and Tyson Reeder, Western  Exhibitions, Chicago, IL

           DING DONG, a collaboration with Brad Killam, Terrain, Oak Park, IL

           Museum of Milwaukee Art, Green Gallery at 47 Canal, New York, NY

           Dressing the Monument, curated by John Riepenhoff and Piper Marshall, Lynden Sculpture Garden, Milwaukee, WI

           KISS: New Sincerity & New Romanticism in Art, Clara M Eagale Gallery, Murray State, Kentucky

           A Shot in the Dark, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN

           SCULPTURE GARDEN/PAINTING SHOW, curated by Andrew Greene, Iceberg Projects, Chicago, IL

           Ways of Making: Work on Paper, Visual Arts Gallery, Governors State University, IL

           Michelle Grabner and Sarah Blyth-Stephens, U.turn Art Space, Cincinnati, OH

           MARKED, Kittridge Gallery, University of Puget Sound, Washington

           Unfinished Paintings: Unresolved Work by 40 Contemporary Artists, LACE, Los Angeles, CA

           Between This Light and That Space, MINUS SPACE, curated by Doug Melini, Brooklyn, NY

           Free Range-Painting and the University of Pennsylvania, Morgan Gallery, University of Philadelphia, PA

2010  Collaborating with Michelle Grabner isn't as much fun as you might think it is, Gallery 16, San Francisco (two-person show

           with Brad Killam)

           Michelle Grabner and Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe, Anne Mosseri-Marlio Galerie, Zurich, Switzerland

           The Elegant Drawing Show, Drive-By, Boston, MA 

           Ornament and Crime (and Crime), Adds Donna, Chicago, IL

           UND#6, Schwartz Gallery, London, UK

           Newtonland: Orbits, Ellipses and other Planes of Activity, White Flag Projects, St. Louis, MO

           Mother, NYU Steinhardt Commons Gallery, New York, NY

           Art Scout, Arlington Art Center, Arlington, VA

           Borderland Abstraction, Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, Omaha, NE

           Don't Piss on Me and Tell Me it's Raining, curated by Bad at Sports, Apex Art, NY

           Emerging from a New Known, New York, NY; curated by Douglas Melini

           On Painting, Julius Caesar, Chicago, IL

           My Eyes Keep Me In Trouble, La Station, Nice, France

2009   Halbjahresgaben, Tanzschule, Munich, Germany

           SUBVISION, Hamburg, Germany

           Constellations: Paintings from the MCA Collection, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL

           Open House For Butterflies, MINUS SPACE Project Space, Brooklyn, NY

           PS, The Highland Institute for Contemporary Art, Inverness, Scotland

           Because the Night, curated by Sabina Ott, Guggenheim Gallery, Chapman College, Los Angeles, CA

           Wallgasm, Angstrom Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

           Let's Leave It at That..., Gallery 16, San Francisco, CA

           of or relating to the sky or visible heavens, Western Exhibitions, Chicago, IL

           De-Centered Practice, curated by Jennifer Dudley, Ethan Greenbaum, Colleen Asper, Circus Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

           PS 1999-2009, Kunstruimte09, Groningen, Holland

           Trance, Chance, Dreams and the Unconscious, Southfirst, Brooklyn, NY

2008   Presents, curated by Milwaukee International, Rowley Kennerk, Chicago, IL

           Sensory Overload: Forces of Light Sound and Motion, The Milwaukee Art Museum, WI

           UND CROXHAPOX, Ghent, Belgium

           NOLEFTOVERS, Kunsthalle, Bern, Switzerland                

           These Are The People In Your Neighborhood, Gallery 16, San Francisco, CA

2007   Maximinimalist, INOVA, The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, WI

           Fast Forward: The School of the Art Institute in the 21st Century, Rockfort Art Museum, IL

2006   Eldorado: with Gaylen Gerber, Musee d'Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean, Luxembourg

           Figures in the Field, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL

           Outside Europe: From the Daimler art Collection, Stadtgalerie, Keil, Germany

           The Believers, Franklin Hudson Gallery, New York, NY

           Strange Days, Samuel P. Harn Museum, Gainsville, FL

           Slowness, Heaven Gallery, Chicago, IL

2005   There's a City in My Mind, Southfirst, Brooklyn, NY

           Summer Show, Marlborough Gallery, Madrid

           Group Show, Marlborough Gallery Chelsea, New York, NY

           Op-ish, Sampson Projects, Boston, MA

           Good Vibrations, McKenzie Fine Art, New York, NY

           Rocket at Paragraph, Paragraph, Kansas City, MI

           Slow Down, University of Texas at Tyler, TX

2004   Minimalism and After III, DaimlerChrysler AG, Berlin, Germany

           Group Exhibition, Marlborough Gallery, New York, NY

           Project, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL

           Hubris, Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago, IL

           Agnes Martin, Cheonae Kim, Michelle Grabner, Klein Gallery, Chicago, IL

           Strange Days, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL

           Apartment Series #4: A component of Jeremy Boyle's exhibition, Mattress Factory, PA

           Books and Shelves, Gahlsberg Art Gallery, College of DuPage, IL

           Summer Group Show, Wendy Cooper Gallery, Chicago, IL

2003   Michelle Grabner and Carla Arocha, Richard Heller Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

           Clarity of Vision: Minimalist Prints and Drawings, Milwaukee Art Museum, WI

           Michelle Grabner and Barbara Heath, Occasional Art, St. Paul, MN

           The Undertones, Ten in One Gallery, New York, NY

           Oak Park Home Works: Michelle Grabner and Brad Killam, Gallery 16, San Francisco, CA

2002   Pressing, object [...], Antwerp, Belgium

           Loaded, Midway, Minneapolis, MN

           Painting, University of Wisconsin, Green Bay, WI

           Home Work, Angel Row Gallery, Nottingham, England

           Paper Products, Evanston Art Center, Evanston, IL

           Works on paper, Devin Borden Hiram Butler Gallery, Houston, TX

2001   Sound Video Images Objects, Donald Young Gallery, Chicago, IL

           Reductive, Finesilver Gallery, San Antonio, TX

           Domestic Culture, Institute of Contemporary Art, Maine College of Art, Portland, ME

           Counting Color, Rocket Gallery, London, UK

           Mary and Leigh Block Museum, Northwestern, Evanston, IL

           Armory Show, New York, Ten in One Gallery

           Post Hypnotic: Naples Museum of Art, Naples, Florida; Tweed Museum of Art, University of Minnesota, Duluth

2000   Compression, Feigen Contemporary. New York, NY

           What's New, Lendl Eugen, Graz, Austria

           Domestic Bliss, Rocket Gallery, London, UK

           OIL, Standard Gallery, Chicago, IL

           Factory Soiree, Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, WI

           Michelle Grabner and Robin Dash, Allston Skirt Gallery, Boston, MA

           Telesthesia and Amnescopic, Betty Rymer Gallery, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, IL

           Post Hypnotic: Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, IL; Atlanta College of Art Gallery, Atlanta, GA

           Minimal Pop, Traywick Gallery, Berkeley, CA

           Out of Line, Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, IL

1999   Post Hypnotic: Illinois State Art Gallery, Bloomington, IL; The Contemporary Art Center, Cincinnati; The MAC Dallas, TX

           It Looks Easy, Gallery 400, UIC, Chicago, IL

           Abstract Chicago, Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, IL

           Milwaukee Love, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

           Color Theory, College of Visual Arts, St. Paul, MN

1998   Michelle Grabner/Jim Isserman, Gallery 16, San Francisco, CA                

           A Show, Ten in One Gallery, Chicago, IL

           Chicago Hip, Rocket Gallery, London, UK                 

1997   Uncomfortable Show, TZ Art & Co., New York, NY

           Some Young Fun, Richard Heller Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

           Post-Pop, Post-Pictures, Smart Museum, University of Chicago, IL

           Distraction, TBA Gallery, Chicago, IL

           Cool Painting, Barat College, Chicago, IL

           Wisconsin Art Since 1990: Selections from the Permanent Collection,  Milwaukee Art Museum, WI

1996   Mist: Kay Rosen, Julia Fish, Carla Priess and Michelle Grabner, Hermetic Gallery, Milwaukee, WI

           Wisconsin Triennial, Madison Art Center, Madison, WI

1995   25 Americans: Paintings in the 90s, Milwaukee Art Museum, WI

 

 

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

 

"Michelle Grabner: The INOVA Survey" exhibition catalogue with contributions by Nicholas Frank, Molly Zuckerman Hartung, John Riepenhoff, published by Green Gallery Press and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2013

Sarah Trigg, Studio Life: Rituals, Collections, Tools, and Observations on the Artistic Process, Princeton Architectural Press, 2013

Griff Williams, "Celebrations, Broken Hearts and Autopsies: An Interview with Michelle Grabner," SFAQ, June 2013

Christina Schmid, Criticism on the Spot," Brooklyn Rail, May 3, 2013

Caroline Picard, "Embracing the Cliché: An Interview with Michelle Grabner," Art21.org March 26, 2013

Angela McManaman, "Many Curators are Called," UWM Alumni Magazine, Spring p. 22-23.

Julia Halperin, "26 Questions for Tondo Painter Michelle Grabner," ARTINFO, February 19, 2013

Jason Foumberg, "Artist Ascending: Chicago responds to Michelle Grabner's appointment as 2014 Whitney Biennial Co-Curator," New City, December 2, 2012.

Lauren Weinberg, "Michelle Grabner named Whitney Co-curator, Chicago Time Out, Dec 5, 2012

Carol Vogel, "For the Whitney Biennial, One show, Three Visions," New York Times, November 30, 2012

Mary Louise Schumacher, "Michelle Grabner named curator of Whitney Biennial," Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, November 29, 2012.

"Art 50: Chicago's Artists' Artists," New City, September 19, 2012

Kat Murrell, "Michelle Grabner Looks Back and Moves On, Express Milwaukee, September 5, 2012

Judith Ann Moriarty, "Michelle Grabner, deja vu all over again," The Third Coast, August 5, 2012

Linda Yablonsky, The 4th "Annual Dallas Art Fair," Artnet, May 1, 2012

Molly Zuckerman-Hartung, "Visiting Artist" column, NewCity, April 5, 2012. p. 10

"In Conversation: Michelle Grabner and Barry Schwabsky," (cover image) The Brooklyn Rail, March 2012, pp. 24-27

Oliveria, Filipa, "The Indiscipline of Painting," Artforum.com, 2012

Schumacher, Mary Louise, Michelle Grabner at the Green Gallery, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Feb. 24, 2012

Moriarty, Judith Ann, "Michelle Grabner: Homespun Sophistication," ThirdCoast Digest, January 24, 2012

Martin Clark (Editor), Sarah Shalgosky (Editor), Daniel Sturgis (Editor), The Indiscipline of Painting, Tate Publishing, October 1, 2011

Boucher, Brian, "New York Gets Green, Milwaukee Style," Art in America Review, August 18, 2011

Women and Weaving, Southfirst, The New Yorker, July 15, 2011

Schmerler, Sarah, "Between This Light and That Space," Time Out New York, July 11, 2011

Canevet, Rozenn, "Chicago City Report, Art Press, July 2011, pp. 88-89

Cheh, Carol, "Lace's 'Unfinished Paintings' show Asks the Question: What Makes a Painting Unfinished," LA Weekly, June 22, 2011

Waxman, Lori, "An Alternative to Summer Reading List," Chicago Tribune, July 13, 2011

Neff, John, "On Chicago Abstraction: A Series," New American Painting / Blog February 17, 2011

Baker, Kenneth, Where collaboration Ends, San Francisco Chronicle, December 11, 2010

Vanderhyden, Philip. The Secret of My Success, Lobby catalogue, College of DuPage, 2010

Saltz, Jerry, "Critics Pick" New York Magazine, May 2010

Heti, Shelia, The Studio Reader, Bookforum, May 25, 2010

Viera, Lauren, "Suburban Makes Its Mark on Urban Scene," Chicago Tribune, Sept. 12, 2010

Sam, Sherman, Kultureflash, June 10, 2010

Michelle Grabner at Rocket, Abstract Painting England, June 9, 2010

Claudine Ise talks with Michelle Grabner about The Suburban, Art21.org, June 2010

"The Pragmatist: Michelle Grabner interviewed by Saul Ostrow," Art in America, March 2010

Bad at Sports podcast with Annika Marie, Richard Holland and Duncan McKenzie (episode 232), 2010

Weinberg, Lauren, "Constellations at the MCA," Art News, December 2009

Velez, Pedro, "Chicago Build Up," Artnet, March 2009

Cozzone, Francesca, "Attempting the Impossible," The Leader, March 26, 2009

Marie, Annika, "Michelle Grabner's Black Circle Paintings," catalogue essay, 2009

Elms, Anthony, "Michelle Grabner/The Suburban," Modern Painters, March 2008

Remain in Light, exhibition catalogue with essays by, Lane Relyea, Peter Ribic 2008

Marple, Mieke, "Interview with Michelle Grabner," The Highlights, March 2009

Rosen, Kay, ArtForum, Top 10 April 2007.

Nicholas Frank, "Paper Thin and Maximinimalism," Catalogue essay, INOVA 2007

Joanna Topor, "After Paschke," Chicago Magazine, April, 2007.

Vogt, Jess, "The Suburb," The Lawrentian, Appleton, WI, January 2007

Martini, Tiffany, Michelle Grabner makes a Good point," San Francisco Examiner, March 20, 2007

Artner, Alan, "Grabner's Solo Show Reveals Pop Influences," Chicago Tribune, January 19, 2007

Bad at Sports podcast with Gaylen Gerber and Duncan McKenzie (episode 93), 2007

Weinberg, Lauren, Michelle Grabner at Shane Campbell Gallery, Chicago TimeOut, January 25-31, 2007, p. 67.

Schwabsky, Barry, "Michelle Grabner at Rocket" Artforum, fall 2006

Wayne Roosa, "The Pleasures of Merely Circulating," exhibition catalogue, 2006

Timeout, London, August 10, 2006

Hoare, Lottie, "1996-2006 Michelle Grabner Paintings," exhibition catalogue, Rocket Gallery, London

Bredin, Lucinda, The Week, London, July 22, 2006

Myers, Terry, "Time is on Our Side," exhibition essay, Slowness, Heaven gallery, 2006

Bad at Sports podcast with Richard Holland and Duncan McKenzie, 2005 and 2006

Arney, Steve, "Art for the Artist," The Pantagraph, March 2006

Rubi, Amalia, USA Hoy Pintura y escutura Norte Americana, El Punto, Julio 2005

Artner, Alan, Michelle Grabner at Wendy Cooper Gallery, Chicago Tribune, May 20, 2005

Ott, Sabina, "Michelle Grabner at Wendy Cooper" Stretcher, 2005

Seidel, Florian, Bauwelt, September 2004

Rundfunk, Bayerischr, BR-Online, September 2, 2004

Gotz, Henning, Go Munchen, September 19, 2004, p. 77                                  

Schwarz, Franziska, SzeneMagazin, September 9, 2004

Dattenberger, Simone, Munchener Merkur, August 27, 2004

Huber, Cornelia, AZ Wochenende, August 22, 2004                                  

Schneeberger, Ruth, Munchner Kultur, August 21, 22, 2004

Eisenack, Marco, SZ-Extra, August 2004, p. S1

Hannum, Terence, "Inner Positive," Artnet, April 15, 2004

Saunders, Gill, "Purl: Six Artists inspired by MoDA's Collection," Catalogue Essay, 2004

Workman, Michael, "Modest Minimalism," New City, February 25, 2004.

Miles, Christopher, "Tracking Patterns, Report from Santa Monica II," Art in America, February 2004, p. 80.

Van Proyen, Mark "Michelle Grabner and Brad Killam'" Gallery 16" Art in America, October 2003 pp. 144-145.

Kirk, Sarah, "The Path of Minimalism," Milwaukee Art Museum Publication, 2003

Van Dyke, Aaron, "The Good, The Bad, and The Beautiful," Occasional Art Publication, 2003

Stein, Lisa, "Artist Profile," Chicago Tribune, May 26, 2002

Artner, Alan "Paper Exhibition Breaks Out into a New Dimension" Chicago Tribune, March 21, 2002

Levin, Kim, Michelle Grabner, Village Voice, November 20, 2001

Thompson, Nato, "Michelle Grabner" FGA, 2001

Dailey, Meghan Michelle Grabner, TimeOut New York, November 20 - December 6, 2001

Campbell, Shane, "Sweetness and Light," catalogue essay, 2001

Frank, Nicholas, "Over The Rainbow: A Survey of Goodness," catalogue essay, 2001

Campbell, Shane, Sound Video Images Objects, Flash Art, July - September 2001 p. 70.

Glueck, Grace, "Art in Review: Compression," The New York Times, January 2, 2001

Waxman, Lori, "Electraslip Knife," New Art Examiner, November 2000                 

Cotter, Holland, "Surging into Chelsea," The New York Times, Friday, January 21, 2000, Section E, pp. 37 & 41

Naves, Mario, "Noguchi and Kelly Talk: Pollock's True Legacy," The New York Observer, February 14, 2000 p.14

Roch, Kate and Neal, Jennifer, "Chicago Headliners," AHEAD, Spring 2000

Bulka, Michael, "Electraslip Knife," New City, July, 6, 2000

Helfand, Glen, "Critics Choice: Minimal Pop," San Francisco Bay Guardian, May 3, 2000

Radio Interview with Victoria Lautmann, WBBZ, Chicago's NPR station, May, 11, 2000

Shane, Nicola, "Money Matters," Art Review, June, 2000 p. 6-7

Laridaer, Cheryl, "ROYGBIV," Post-Crescent, Sunday, February 27, 2000

Gustafson, John, "It Looks Easy: A Cross Section of Recent Painting in Chicago," New Art Examiner, December/January, pp. 49-50.

Lambrecht, Luk, "Kunstgrepen," Brussels Daily News, May 1999

Artner, Alan, "Grabner Homes in On Subject Matter," Chicago Tribune, May 27, 1999, sec. 2, p.2

Snodgrass, Susan, "Letter from Chicago," C, May-August, 1999, p. 21

Snodgrass, Susan, "Report from Chicago," Staying Alive, Art in America, April, 1999, pp. 81-87

Auer, James, "Work Added to Sesquicentennial Portfolio," Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Wed. May 12, 1999, Cue 3E

Brehmer, Debra, "Snow White," Metro Milwaukee Weekly, January, 1999

Radio Interview with Russell Panczenko, Wisconsin Public Radio, March 1999

Porges, Tim, "A Demolition Derby of Art," The Octopus, Bloomington, IL, January 15-21, 1999, p. 11

Bonettti, David, "Gallery Watch," San Francisco Examiner, Friday December 18, 1999

Baker, Kenneth, "At Home with Grabner and Isermann," San Francisco Chronicle, December 1999

Sans, Jerome, "Home Painting," exhibition catalogue, Rocket Gallery, London 1999

Bamberger, Tom "Where Have All the Artists Gone," Milwaukee Magazine, January 1999, pp. 45-53

Miller, Cliff, "Sesquicentennial Art Show Bear's Appleton's Signature: Prosse, Grabner Play Prominent Roles," Appleton Post-Crescent, December 3, 1998

Guha, Tania, "Michelle Grabner at Rocket Gallery," TimeOut London, August 26-September 2, 1998

Tan, Eugene, "Michelle Grabner," Contemporary Visual Arts, Issue 19 (Summer) 1998, p. 67

Lusher, Tim, "Michelle Grabner: Home Painting," Evening Standard, June 4, 1998, Hot Tickets, p. 43

Miller, Cliff, "Lasting Tribute," Appleton Post Crescent, July 27, 1998 pp. C1-C3

Mickelson, Sandy, "The Art of Intrigue," Oshkosh Northwestern, July 23, 1998, pp. C1-C2

Ullrich, Polly, "The Workmanship of Risk: The Re-emergence of Handicraft in Postmodern Art, New Art Examiner, April, 1998, pp. 24-29

Saltz, Jerry, "Uncomfortable," TimeOut New York, July 31-August 7,1998, p. 41

Smith, Courtenay, "Post-Pop, Post-Pictures," Smart Museum, University of Chicago (exhibition catalogue) 1997

Maldonado, Ed, Nadine Wasserman, and Tina Wasserman, Distraction, TBA Exhibition Space, Chicago (exhibition catalogue) 1997

Kind, Joshua, "Post-Pop, Post-Pictures," New Art Examiner, November 1997, pp. 54-55

Hawkins, Margaret, "Gen X Artists Flaunt Their Indifference," Chicago Sun-Times, September 5, 1997, p. 18

Auer, James, "Tracking the Rising Stars in Art, Music, Dance Theater," Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Sunday, August 24, 1997, p. Cue E5

Wasserman, Nadine, "Michelle Grabner at UWM Art Museum," New Art Examiner, October 1997.

Auer, James, "Painter's Work Takes a Deep, Concentrated look at Surfaces," Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, May 28, 1997, p.2E

Iannaccone, Carmine, "Michelle Grabner at Richard Heller," Frieze, May/June 1997

Artner, Alan, "Distraction," Chicago Tribune, Friday, May 2, 1997 Tempo p. 2

Pagal, David, "Michelle Grabner at Richard Heller," Los Angeles Times, Thursday, January 20, 1997 Section F, p.1

Forgacs, Eva, "Michelle Grabner at Richard Heller," Art Issues, March/April 1997

Carley, Michal, "Michelle Grabner at Hermetic Gallery," Art Papers, March/April 1997

Frank, Nicholas, "If Walls Could Talk," Hermetic Gallery, Milwaukee, exhibition catalogue 1997

Aukeman, Anastasia, "Small Budget, Large Ambition," Artnews (Special:The Cutting Edge,) October 1997 pp. 46-54

Auer, James, "State Wide Show Embraces Vast Array of Styles," Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Sunday, November 3, 1996 pp. 1 & 7

Taylor, Sue, "Michelle Grabner at Ten in One Gallery," Art in America, September, 1996 pp. 115-116

Yood, James, "Michelle Grabner at Ten in One Gallery," Artforum, Summer 1996 p. 112

Scarborough, James, "Michelle Grabner at Ten in One Gallery," New Art Examiner, April 1996 pp. 43-44

Porges, Timothy, "In With the Out Crowd," Dialogue, May-June 1996 pp. 14-15

Artner, Alan, "Domestic Turns Abstract in Grabner's Work," Chicago Tribune, March 22, 1996 Section 7, p. 22

Sobel, Dean, "25 Americans: Painting in the 90s," exhibition catalogue, Milwaukee Art Museum 1995

 

 

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

 

Walker Art Center, Minneapolis

Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago

MUDAM - Musée d'Art Moderne Luxemburg

Milwaukee Art Museum, Wisconsin

Madison Museum of Contemporary Art

Daimler Contemporary, Berlin

Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington DC

Victoria and Albert Museum, London

 

Artist Pension and Trust participant since 2004

 

Keith Mayerson

KEITH MAYERSON

 

EDUCATION

1984-88.5     Brown University (Semiotics and Studio Art), BFA

1991-93        University of California, Irvine, MFA

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2011   Art, Life and Fashion, SHAHEEN modern and contemporary art, Cleveland, OH

           Keith Mayerson: Iconscapes, 1995-1999, Knoedler & Company (Project Room), New York, NY

2010   My Modern Life, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY

           Broadway Windows, New York University, New York, NY

2009   Souvenirs, The Bakery - Annet Gelink Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

           Both Sides Now: A Selection of Drawings 1992-2009, Paul Kasmin Gallery (Project Room), New York, NY

2008   Good Leaders, Endangered Species, Ships At Sea, Part II, Derek Eller Gallery, NY

           Good Leaders, Endangered Species, Ships At Sea, Kim Light / Lightbox, Los Angeles, CA

2007   Friends & Family, SHAHEEN modern and contemporary art, Cleveland, OH

2006   Kings & Queens, Derek Eller Gallery, New York

           Heroes, Gallery Alain Noirhomme, Brussels, Belgium

2005   Rebel Angels at the End of the World, QED Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2004   Hamlet 1999, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY

2003   Hamlet 1999, Pt. 3, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY

2000   Illuminations, The Fifth International, New York, NY

1997   Paintings and Drawings, Jay Gorney Modern Art, New York, NY

1995   Monty's Dream: The Sleeper in the Valley, Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles, CA

1994   The Marriage of Heaven and Hell!, Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles, CA

1993   Pinocchio the Big Fag, Kiki Gallery, San Francisco, CA

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2011   Joni, Kathleen Cullen Fine Arts, New York, NY

           Put Up or Shut Up, New York Academy of Art, New York, NY

2010   Ink Plots: The Tradition of the Graphic Novel at SVA, Visual Arts Gallery, New York, NY

           The Pencil Show, Foxy Production, New York, NY

           Keith Mayerson, Kent Henricksen, Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn, NY

           Wall to Wall, Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

           The Boneyard, Kim Light/Lightbox, Los Angeles, CA

2009   The Never-Ending Story: Fairy Tales, Fantasy, Obsession, Royal/T, Culver City, CA

           Out of Order, Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York, nY

           Naked, Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York, NY

           The Tree, James Cohan Gallery, Shanghai, China

           New Acquisitions, Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH

           Figuratively Seeing, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston, MA

2008   Peanut Gallery, The Journal Gallery, Brooklyn, NY "THINGS BEHIND THE SUN," PHIL, Los Angeles, CA

           Summer Group Exhibition, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY

           Friends and Family, Anton Kern Gallery, New York, NY

           Kiki: The Proof Is In the Pudding, Ratio 3, San Francisco, CA

           The Guys We Would Fuck, curated by Nayland Blake, Monya Rowe Gallery, New York, NY

           History Keeps Me Awake at Night: A Geneaology of Wojnarowicz, PPOW Gallery, New York, NY

           Artist as Publisher, The Center For Book Arts, New York

           ambivalent figuration; people, Samson Projects, Boston, MA

           a new high in getting low II, John Connelly Presents, New York, NY

2007   Genesis I'm Sorry, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York, NY

           Joe Bradley, Ann Craven, Dana Frankfort, Keith Mayerson, Zach Feuer Gallery, New York, NY

2006   Likeness (Portraits from All Angles), Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA

           Summer Group Exhibition, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY

           How I Finally Accepted Fate, curated by Jason Murison, EFA Gallery, New York, NY

           This Name of This Show is Not GAY ART NOW, curated by Jack Pierson, Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York, NY

           Salon, Greene Naftali, New York, NY

           Inaugural Group Exhibition, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY

2005   The Most Splendid Apocalypse, curated by Jason Murison, PPOW Gallery, NY

           This Hard, Gem-Like Flame, curated by Joseph R. Wolin, Angstrom Gallery, Dallas, TX

           On Paper: Drawings from the 1960's to the Present, Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2004   Under the Sun, Greener Pastures Contemporary Art, Toronto, Ontario

           Rimbaud, curated by Max Henry, I-20, New York, NY

           The Sublime is (Still) Now, curated by Joseph R. Wolin, Elizabeth Dee Gallery, New York, NY

           Let the Bullshit Run a Marathon, curated by, Nate Lowman, Nicole Klagsbrun, New York, NY

2003   K48, Dietch Projects, Williamsburg Brooklyn

           Hothouse; Contemporary Floras, Gallery of Art & Science, New York, curated by Mary Jo Vath

           You, Royal Modern, New York, curated by Lisa Kirk

           A New New York Scene--K48 Teenage Rebel: The Bedroom Show, Gallerie du Jour at Agnes B., Paris

           Magazin (K48: Do Not Provoke Us), Marres, Maastricht, Holland

           Now Playing, D'Amelio Terras Gallery, New York

           Drawings, Derek Eller Gallery, New York

2002   25th Anniversary Selections Exhibition, The Drawing Center, New York

           Landscape, Derek Eller Gallery, New York

2001   Refiguring Painting, Los Angeles County Musueum

           Group Exhibition, American Fine Art at P.H.A.G., New York

2000   Recent Acquisitions, Los Angeles County Museum

           Fore and Aft, Acme, Los Angeles

1999   The Stroke, Exit Art, New York, curated by Ross Bleckner

           Young New York Painters, Baldwin Gallery, Aspen, curated by Ross Bleckner

1998   Inaugral Show, The Fifth International, New York, curated by Jennifer Bornstein and Chevis Clem

           he swam down, away, Audiello Fine Art, Inc., New York, curated by Tony Payne

           Painting: Now and Forever, Pat Hearn and Matthew Marks Gallery, New York

           Codex USA: Works on Paper by American Artists, Entwistle Gallery, London

           I Love New York, Edinburgh International Art Festival, Edinburgh College, Scotland

           Bathroom, Thomas Healy Gallery, New York, curated by Wayne Koestenbaum

           View 3, Mary Boone Gallery, New York, curated by Klaus Kertess

           Francis Alys, Keith Mayerson, Franklin Preston, Hiroshi Sugito, Audiello Fine Art Inc., New York

           More, XL Gallery, New York, curated by Tony Payne

1997   Paintings and Sculpture, Luhring Augustine, New York

           Three Painters, Musee d'art contemporain de Bordeaux, Bordeaux, France, curated by Jack Pierson

1996   The Name of the Place, Casey Caplin Gallery, New York, curated by Laurie Simmons

           Young, Dumb, and Fun, University of Las Vegas, Nevada; curated by David Pagel

           The Incredible Power of Cheap Sentiment, White Columns Gallery, New York, curated by Bill Arning

           Annual Summer Watercolor Exhibition, P.P.O.W., New York, curated by Tom Woodruff

1995   Degenerative Art Show, The Lab, San Francisco

           The Moderns, Feature Gallery, New York, curated by Tony Payne

           Faggots, Rojes Foundation, University of Buenos Aires; curated by Bill Arning

           Stretch Out & Wait, Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles

1994   Stonewall 25, White Columns, New York, ; curated by Bill Arning

           Dave's Not Here Show, Three Day Weekend, Los Angeles

           Red Rover, Three Day Weekend, Los Angeles

           Tiny Shoes, New Langton Arts, San Francisco

           Selections Spring '94, The Drawing Center, New York, NY (brochure)

           Playfield, Rio Hondo College, Wittier, CA; Curated by Randy Summers

1993   Sick Joke, Kiki Gallery, San Francisco

           Steve Crique, Keith Mayerson, Tyler Stallings, Richard Telles Fine Art, Los     Angeles

 

 

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

Los Angeles Country Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA

Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY

The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA

The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA

 

 

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Ed Ruscha
SIN-Without (Yellow Color Trial Proof), 2002
lithograph
26 5/8 x 49 inches
edition 2 of 2
Michelle Grabner
Untitled, 2013
silverpoint and black gesso on wood panel
48 inch diameter


Mark Fox
You and the World, 2009
ink, watercolor, acrylic, marker, gouache, graphite pencil, colored pencil and crayon
22 5/8 x 28 3/4 inches

Keith Mayerson
Jackie, 2007
Oil on linen
40 x 30 inches