ANNA ZORINA GALLERY


533 West 23 Street

NY 10011 New York

United States

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URL : www.annazorinagallery.com

Anna Zorina   (Owner)

Marie Nyquist   (Director)

About

The gallery represents contemporary American and international artists who allow for intuition and intelligence to coexist. These artists do not set themselves apart from but rather engage with the world through strong constructive responses to aesthetic, cultural and personal questions. The gallery sees negative poses and expressions as too easy to fall into in the current climate, and chooses artists who successfully maintain a joy in the expression of their vision, whose instinct is to embrace and include rather than attack and reject.

Full Circle - Bradley Hart

Bradley Hart Full Circle

Dryad - Leah Yerpe

Leah Yerpe Dryad

Exhibiting Artists

  • Nadine Faraj  (+)

    Biography : Born 1977, Montréal, Canada Lives and works in Montréal, Canada Education and Residencies 2015 MFA, School of Visual Arts, New York City 2011 Mount Lebanon Shaker Museum Residency, New Lebanon, New York 2010 Habitat for Artists Residency, Stowe, Vermont 2008 École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-arts, Paris, France 2002 BFA, Concordia University, Montréal, Canada 1995 Marianopolis College, Montréal, Canada Honors and Awards 2000 Millennium Scholarship, Concordia University, Montréal, Canada 1999 Susan Levin-Woods Award, Concordia University, Montréal, Canada 1995 Edward Lesko Philosophy Prize, Marianopolis College, Montréal, Canada 1990 Switchback National Illustration Contest, Winner, CBC Television, Canada

    Exhibition : Solo Exhibitions


    2016 Naked Revolt, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City
    2016 The World Has Gone Joyously Mad, Galerie Joyce Yahouda, Montréal, Canada
    2013 Miel Salé, Galerie Joyce Yahouda, Montréal, Canada
    2010 Élément, Image in Situ public installation, Québec, Canada
    2010 Beacon/Phare, Articule Gallery, Montréal, Canada
    2009 Dessins éphémères No. 3, UMA public installation, Montréal, Canada
    2009 A Drawing Installation: Dessins éphémères, Independent public installation, Montréal, Canada
    2001 Yantra, Petit Café Campus, Montréal, Canada
    2001 Coopérative la Maison Verte, Montréal, Canada
    2000 Utility Closet, Concordia University, Montréal, Canada
    1999 Gallery X Concordia University, Montréal, Canada

    Selected Group Exhibitions

    2017 Summer Cool, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City
    2017 G.R.O.S.S., Never Apart, Montréal, Canada
    2017 Radical Love: Female Lust, Crypt Gallery, London, England
    2016 Summer Hours, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City
    2016 Winter Tales, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City
    2016 Postcards from the Edge, Sikkema Jenkins & Co, New York City
    2015 Three Women, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City
    2015 Battle of the Masters, Open Gallery (curated by Donna Cleary
    and Hovey Brock), New York City
    2015 Sideshow Nation III, Circle The Wagons, Sideshow Gallery, New York City
    2015 Pop-Up @ Spacewomb Gallery, Galerie Joyce Yahouda, New York City
    2015 Small Works (curated by Richard Timperio), Sidney Mishkin Gallery, New York City
    2014 Un Événement Convivial, Galerie Joyce Yahouda, Montréal, Canada
    2011 Summer Program (curated by Luciane Pinto), Bliss Lake, Québec, Canada
    2010 Creature Feature, Headquarters Gallery, Montréal, Canada
    2010 Scotiabank Buit Blanche Toronto (curated by Gerald McMaster), Toronto, Canada
    2010 Exposed!, Helen Day Art Center, Stowe, Vermont
    2009 Poor Traits!, Headquarters Gallery, Montréal, Canada
    2008 Dubai-Cairo-Athens, Artower Agora Gallery, Athens, Greece
    2008 Dubai International Art Symposium, Dubai, Un

    Detailed Description : I paint with watercolor on paper. This is a subtle medium that I use to depict provocative scenes. I enjoy the tension between these two opposing forces. I use a wet technique that allows for color to run, bleed and expand in all directions. Pigments often bloom on their own, creating unexpected forms. I enjoy the broad range of body reconfigurations that ensue, which I see as depictions of our irrational selves. And I wonder, if I abstract bodies to the edge of recognition, can I reveal the souls that they contain? The bulk of my source material comes from magazines that drastically trivialize sex. Painting in an expressionistic way I‘ve been transforming these images of sex-without-feeling into new, more human, more vulnerable, versions.

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  • Alonsa Guevara  (+)

    Biography : Born 1986, Rancagua, Chile Lives and works in Brooklyn, New York Education and Residencies 2014 MFA, New York Academy of Art, New York City 2009 BFA, Catholic University of Chile, Santiago, Chile Honors and Awards 2014 New York Academy of Art Fellowship 2015 2013 The Michele and Timothy Brakett Scholarship 2013 Terra Foundation Residency, Giverny, France 2013 Elizabeth Greenshields Grant 2011 First Place Award FEAST Contest, Stamford Art Association, Stamford, Connecticut 2010 First Place Award, Bicentennial Contest of Rengo, Rengo, Chile 2008 Ministry of Education Scholarship, Santiago, Chile 2007 Scholarship of Honor, Awarded for Academic Excellence, PUC, Chile

    Exhibition : Solo Exhibitions


    2016 Ceremonies, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City
    2014 Paper Girls, Muchmore’s, Brooklyn, New York
    2014 Over Skin, GunMetal Ink, Bridgeport, Connecticut
    2013 FUGITIVAS, Expressiones Cultural Center, New London, Connecticut
    2012 Latintempo, Visual At Sur privat eehibition, Greenwich, Connecticut
    2010 The Wine’s Environment, Las Niñas Vineyard, Santa Cruz, Chile
    2009 Women Imprint, ultural Center of La Reina, Casona Nemesio Antunez
    2009 The Culture Begins at Home, Lirios Golf Club, Rancagua, Chile

    Selected Group Exhibitions

    2017 About Face, Southampton Art Center, Southampton, New York
    2017 PALETTE, Abend Gallery, Denver, Colorado
    2017 #28Grams, Fort Works Art, Fort Worth, Texas
    2017 UPRISE | ANGRY WOMEN, The Untitled Space, New York City
    2016 Duets, Fort Works Art, Fort Worth, Texas
    2016 INSTALARITY, Q Art Salon, Santa Ana, California
    2016 Take Home a Nude, Sotheby’s, New York City
    2016 Point of Origin, The Lodge Gallery, New York City
    2016 From The Academy, The Vendue, Charleston, South Carolina
    2016 My Favorite Things, Panepinto Gallery, Hoboken, New Jersey
    2015 Between Us, The Lodge Gallery, New York City
    2015 Urban Art Meets Global Art, Scott H. Kaplan ’02 Art Gallery Bloomfield College, Bloomfield, New Jersey
    2015 Three Women, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City
    2015 9th Annual Summer Exhibition, Flowers Gallery, New York City
    2015 Small Works, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC
    2015 NEW WORK NEW YORK, Brooklyn, New York
    2015 Art to the Avenue, Greenwich, Connecticut
    2015 Tribeca Ball, New York Academy of Art, New York City
    2014 Protinus, Dacia Gallery, New York City
    2014 Take Home a Nude, New York Academy of Art, New York City
    2014 Hudson Rising Launch Event, 201 Mulberry Street, New York City
    2014 Giverny, New York Academy of Art, New York City
    2014 Tribeca Ball, New York Academy of Art, New York City
    2013 Take Home a Nude, Sotheby’s, New York City
    2013 Deck the Walls, New York Academy of Art, New York City

    Detailed Description : My paintings blur the lines between fantasy and reality. I create intimate portraits of not only people but exotic fruits as well. Although they are realistic and honest, an underlying mystery remains. A vital source of inspiration derives from my childhood spent living in the Ecuadorian tropical forest with my family. The magnificent, wild landscape embodied danger, survival and nourishment but ultimately instilled a love of vivid life and color.

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  • Bradley Hart  (+)

    Biography : Born in Toronto, Canada Lives and works in New York City Education and Residencies 1998 – 2002 BA, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada Awards and Fellowships 2011 Short listed for AIM Residency, New York City 2009 I was here, Union Square, selected by the Mayor’s Office, New York City 2001 University Grant, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada 2000 Award for video Crossings, Crossing Borders Competition, Buffalo, New York

    Exhibition : Solo Exhibitions

    2016 Memories Fade, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City
    2016 EcoSystem, Mesa Arts Center, Mesa, Arizona
    2015 Descendants, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City
    2014 The Masters Interpreted, Cavalier Galleries, New York City
    2013 SCOPE, Cavalier Galleries, Miami, Florida
    2013 An Artist’s Impressions, RePopRoom, New York City
    2013 The Bubble Wrap Proposition: Chapter 1, Cavalier Galleries, Greenwich, Connecticut
    2012 What? Where? When? Why? How?, Gallery Nine5, New York City
    2009 Signature New York, Chashama Gallery, New York City
    2009 I was here, Union Square Subway Terminal, New York City

    Selected Group Exhibitions
    2017 Summer Cool, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City
    2016 Summer Hours, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City
    2016 Winter Tales, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City
    2015 Launch in Stuttgart, Galerie von Braunbehrens, Stuttgart, Germany
    2015 Reincarnations, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City
    2015 Summer Group Show, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City
    2015 Raw Pop, Castle Fitzjohns Gallery, New York City
    2015 Pixilated, Children’s Museum of the Arts, New York City
    2015 FACES, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City
    2014 Exploring the Unconventional, Cavalier Gallery, Greenwich, Connecticut
    2014 Contemporary Realism, Cavalier Galleries, New York City
    2014 Summer Group Show, Cavalier Gallery, Greenwich, Connecticut
    2014 West Palm Beach Art Show, Palm Beach, Florida
    2014 Naples National Art Festival, Naples, Florida
    2013 Figurative Group Show, Cavalier Gallery, Greenwich, Connecticut
    2013 Group Show, Cavalier Galleries, New York City
    2013 Systems, Rockland Center for the Arts, West Nyack, New York
    2013 Summer Group Show, Cavalier Galleries, Nantucket, Massachusetts
    2013 Aspen Art Fair, Cavalier Galleries Aspen, Colorado
    2013 Summer Group Show, Cavalier Galleries, Greenwich, Connecticut
    2013 SCOPE, Gallery Nine5 New York City
    2013 West Palm Beach Art Show, Palm Beach, Florida
    2013 Naples National Art Festival, Naples, Florida
    2011 Mott Haven Open Stu

    Artist's Objects:

    • Bradley Hart - Full Circle Full Circle

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  • Alexander Kaletski  (+)

    Biography : Born 1946, Russia Lives and works in New York City

    Exhibition : Solo Exhibitions

    2017 This Side Up, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City
    2016 Musas De Carton, De Jalon Fine Arts, Mexico City, Mexico
    2016 Out of the Blue, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City
    2015 Inspirations, (Le) Poisson Rouge, New York City
    2014 Red Carpet, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City
    2014 Red Carpet, Mary Boone Gallery, New York City
    2014 Retrospective: Forty Years in America, Claryville Art Center, Claryville, New York
    2013 Handle with Care, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City
    2012 Cardboard Cafe, Dillon Gallery, New York City
    2012 Beach Shack, Art Southampton, Southampton, New York
    2012 Cardboard People Around the World, MAD, Saint Gervais, France
    2012 Designer’s Trash, Bonbright Gallery, Los Angeles, California
    2012 Cardboard People Around the World, Valette Foundation, Martigny, Switzerland
    2011 Contemplation, Dillon Gallery, New York City
    2011 Cardboard People Around the World, Looshaus, Raiffeisen Bank, Vienna, Austria
    2010 Carton of Eden, Dillon Gallery, New York City
    2010 From New York to Tokyo, Kato Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
    2008 Wet Dreams, Dillon Gallery, New York City
    2008 SCOPE Art Fair, London, United Kingdom
    2008 Lasandr-art Gallery, Minsk, Belarus
    2007 Cardboard Castle, Dillon Gallery, New York City
    2006 Familiar Strangers, Nelson Macker Gallery, Port Chester, Connecticut
    2005 White Rain, Spike Gallery, New York City
    2003 Headlines, Dillon Gallery, Oyster Bay, New York
    2003 American Breakfast, Gomez Gallery, Baltimore, Maryland
    2002 Cardboard Museum, Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn Harbor, New York
    2002 Out of the Box, Dillon Gallery, Oyster Bay, New York
    2001 Cardboard Box, The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, Connecticut
    2000 Art and Wine, The Hague, The Netherlands
    2000 Women Only, Dillon Gallery, New York City
    1999 Paper Heroes, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Minsk, Belarus
    1998 Wallpaper Heroes, Dillon Gallery, New York City
    1997 Nude Colony, Dillon Gallery, New York City
    1996 Cardboard People, Dillon Gallery, New York C

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  • Jordan Kerwick  (+)

    Biography : Born 1982, Melbourne, Australia Lives and works in Melbourne, Australia

    Exhibition : Solo Exhibitions

    2018 tba, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City
    2017 Fourth Time Around, Lindberg Galleries, Victoria, Australia

    Selected Group Exhibitions
    2017 Summer Cool, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City
    2017 Angry Boys, Galerie Rompone, Koln, Germany
    2017 Micro Salon #7, Galerie L’inlassable, Paris, France
    2016 Local Group Show, Seventh Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
    2016 New Slang, Den-holm Studio’s, Melbourne, Australia

    Detailed Description : Jordan Kerwick is a self-taught Australian artist that is quickly becoming recognized around the globe. The Down Under sensation is reaching new heights in the art world thanks to the social media platform Instagram. His primitive yet sophisticated style is becoming quickly ingrained in the hearts of his international followers. Kerwick’s dense impasto brushstrokes flatten the perception of space; instead it is his thick application of paint that offers dimension and texture. He explores the relationship between thick patches of color and form while incorporating recurring elements of iconography such as contours of palm trees and anchors as a means of fusing painting and sketching. These intuitive and enticingly tactile marks celebrate artists’ role of investigating the inherent potential of his chosen media of oil paint.

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  • Patrick Shoemaker  (+)

    Biography : Born 1982, Salt Lake City, Utah Lives and works in Brooklyn, New York Education 2013 MFA, School of Visual Arts, New York City 2006 BFA, Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts, New Brunswick, New Jersey Awards and Fellowships 2010 Fellowship, Artist in Residence Takt Kunstprojektraum, Berlin, Germany 2009 Fellowship, The Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Mt. San Angelo, Virginia 2009 – 2010 Artist in Residence, The Riverview Arts Center, Phillipsburg, New Jersey 2008 Artist Grant, The Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, Vermont

    Exhibition : Solo Exhibitions

    2017 The Strong and the Weak, Northern Daughters, Vergennes, Vermont
    2016 Fire on Fire, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City

    Selected Group Exhibitions

    2017 Double Solo (with Allan Bestle), Galerie Wolfsen, Aalborg, Denmark
    2017 Upbeat, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City
    2016 WEST and WOLVES, Galerie Wolfsen, Aalborg, Denmark
    2015 Summer on Chelsea-Élysées, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City
    2015 Shots Off the Dices, Nicholas Thompson Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
    2015 From the Ashes of Conceptualism, Philip Bloom Gallery, Nantucket, Massachusetts
    2015 Sweet Madness, Galerie Wolfsen, Aalborg, Denmark
    2014 Group Velocity, Interstate Projects, Brooklyn, New York
    2013 We Object, curated by Wallace Whitney, Visual Arts Gallery, New York City
    2013 Working Space, Visual Arts Gallery, New York City
    2013 AAF, Metropolitan Pavilion, New York City
    2011 Young Talent Exhibition, Washington Art Association, Washington Depot, Connecticut
    2010 Old Fire Station Project Space, District Councilor of Education and Culture, Berlin, Germany

    Detailed Description : Patrick Shoemaker’s paintings are inspired by mythology and lore, rooted in American history, and folk art. While relying on contemporary vernacular, his paint handling and use of color is unmistakably his own. Using large amounts of medium mixed with oil pigment, this technique allows him to mix colors and blur lines directly on the surface, imitating a watercolor like texture. The paintings are at once iconographic and implicit, intimate and unknown.

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  • Leah Yerpe  (+)

    Biography : Born 1985, Cattaraugus County, New York Lives and works in Brooklyn, New York Education 2009 MFA Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York 2007 BFA State University of New York, Albany, New York

    Exhibition : Solo Exhibitions

    2016 Levitation, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City
    2014 Stellify, Dillon Gallery, New York City
    2013 Stellify, (Le) Poisson Rouge, New York City
    2012 Infinitum, Dacia Gallery, New York City
    2011 Illuminations, Dacia Gallery, New York City
    2010 Lost in Space, Weeks Gallery, Olean, New York
    2009 Leah Yerpe: Thesis Exhibition, Pratt Studios Gallery, Brooklyn, New York
    2004 Images in Black and White, Jamestown Community College, Olean, New York

    Selected Group Exhibitions

    2017 Summer Cool, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City
    2017 Upbeat, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City
    2016 Observations: A Digital Life, Norwood Club, New York City
    2016 Summer Hours, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City
    2016 A Fine Line – Masterwork Drawings, Paul Mahder Gallery, Healdsburg, California
    2016 Winter Tales, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City
    2015 Summer on Chelsea-Élysées, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City
    2014 Summer, Sex, and Spirits, Hudson Terrace, New York City
    2013 New York (traveling exhibition), European House of Art, Mazières-de-Touraine, France;
    Erfut, Germany; Sibiu, Romania
    2013 Highlights, (Le) Poisson Rouge, New York City
    2012 Holiday Show, Dacia Gallery, New York City
    2012 Anonymous: The Contemporary Portrait, Chautauqua Institute,
    Chautauqua, New York
    2012 WagMag Benefit Art Auction, The Boiler, Brooklyn, New York
    2012 Reflections, Dacia Gallery, New York City
    2012 Hyperboreans, Dacia Gallery, New York City
    2011 Governor’s Island Art Fair, Governor’s Island, New York
    2011 Unlucky Art Social, 269 Meserole Loft, Brooklyn, New York
    2011 Japan Society Benefit Exhibition, Smile Gallery, Brooklyn, New York
    2011 Wide Open, Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition, Brooklyn, New York
    2010 Winter Salon, Elga Wimmer PCC, New York City
    2010 Small Works Invitational, The Painting Center, New York City
    2010 Governor’s Island Art Fair, Governor’s Island, New York
    2010 Remedy, The Loom, Brooklyn, New York
    2010 Wide Open, Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition,

    Detailed Description : Leah Yerpe captures figures in moments of dynamic movement. The freedom of her models contrasts the intricate and fastidious methods used to create her hyperrealist drawings. Yerpe adds a narrative quality to the works through assembling select poses into a network. The artist views this instilled symbolism as a means of transforming individual actions into a story that will resonate human experience in ethereal ways comparable to the approach of mythological or religious parables portraying grains of truth.

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    • Leah Yerpe - Dryad Dryad

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Other Represented Artists

  • Robert Baribeau  (+)

    Biography : Born 1949, Aberdeen, Washington Lives and works in New York State Education 1979 MFA, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York 1976 BS, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon Honors and Awards 1992 The Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, New York City 1983 National Endowment for the Arts Grant, Washington D.C. 1978 Art Department Grant, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York 1977 Salzman-Heidel Grant, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon

    Exhibition : Selected Solo Exhibitions
 2015 Connections, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City 2013 1980-NOW, Allan Stone Gallery, New York City 2008 New Work, Allan Stone Gallery, New York City 2004 Field Paintings, Still Lifes and Objects, Allan Stone Gallery, New York City 1998 New Paintings, Allan Stone Gallery, New York City 1995 Recent Paintings, Allan Stone Gallery, New York City 1994 Gallery 205, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon 1990 Recent Paintings, Allan Stone Gallery, New York City 1989 Recent Abstract Paintings, Allan Stone Gallery, New York City 1987 Allan Stone Gallery, New York City 1986 Jeremy Stone Gallery, San Francisco, California 1986 Recent Abstract Paintings, Allan Stone Gallery, New York City 1983 Allan Stone Gallery, New York City 1981 Recent Paintings, Allan Stone Gallery, New York City 1980 Allan Stone Gallery, New York City Selected Group Exhibitions
 2017 Upbeat, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City 2016 I Can See For Miles, Allan Stone Projects, New York City 2016 Summer Group Show, Hollis Taggart Galleries, New York City 2015 Summer Group Show, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City 2014 Summer Contemporary, Hollis Taggart Galleries, New York City 2014 Dis-Functional, Allan Stone Projects, New York City 2012 From Surrealism to Pop: the Aesthetics of Collage, Hollis Taggart Galleries, New York City 2005 About Paint, Westport Arts Center, Westport, Connecticut 2002 Group Show, Allan Stone Gallery, New York City 2002 Abstraction, Allan Stone Gallery, New York City 2000 Fortieth Anniversary Exhibition, Allan Stone Gallery, New York City 1999 Fruits & Flowers, Skies & Pies, Allan Stone Gallery, New York City 1999 Carrying On, Autzen & Littman Galleries, Portland State University, Department of Art, Portland, Oregon 1998 Summer Selections, Allan Stone Gallery, New York City 1996 Spring Group Exhibition, Allan Stone Gallery, New York City 1992 Group Show, Allan Stone Gallery, New York City 1991 Group Show, Allan Stone Gallery, New York City 1991

    Detailed Description : Since the 1970s American painter Robert Baribeau has explored landscapes and places through dynamic canvases that recall Abstract Expressionism and its visceral relationship to the thick, fluid medium of paint. Baribeau’s layered texturing of colors is reminiscent of Gerhard Richter, while his inclusion of found, collaged elements and mixed media is influenced by Robert Rauschenburg’s assembled compositions. Baribeau melds the post-war energy of New York City with the sublime nature of the Hudson River Valley, representing land as blurred horizontal strips broken by drips, blotches, and naive forms.

  • John Bradford  (+)

    Biography : Born 1949, Wilmington, Delaware Lives and works in New Jersey Education 1971 BFA, Painting, Cooper Union, New York City 1978 MFA, Painting, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut Honors and Awards 2011 Arts and Letters Awards in Art, American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York City 2000 Thomas B. Clarke Award, 175th Annual National Academy of Design 1995 Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation Grant 1995 Certificate of Recognition, the Governor’s Excellence in Teaching Recognition Program, New Jersey Department of Education 1990 Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation Grant for Alternate Route Certification 1978 Yale University Scholarship Gift 1977 Yale University Scholarship Gift 1971 Ford Foundation Special Projects Grant, Yale University 1971 Cooper Union Tuition Scholarship 1967 Cooper Union Tuition Scholarship 1967 Cini Foundation Scholarship, Venice, Italy

    Exhibition : Solo Exhibitions 2018 tba, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City 2017 American Tales, Claryville Art Center, Claryville, New York 2017 Over Again After All: Recent Paintings by John Bradford, Bowery Gallery, New York City 2014 Biblical Space: Recent Works by John Bradford, Bowery Gallery, New York City 2010 John Bradford: Painting the Biblical Narrative, Bowery Gallery, New York City 2007 Recent Work, 55 Mercer Gallery, New York City 2006 Smaller Works 1974-2005, 55 Mercer Gallery, New York City 2004 Recent Work, 55 Mercer Gallery, New York City 2003 Large Biblical Paintings from the 90’s, Union Theological Seminary, New York City 2003 The Stolen Blessing: Recent Paintings by John Bradford, Maurice Arlos Fine Arts, New York City 2002 Recent Work, 55 Mercer Gallery, New York City 2001 Recent Work, 55 Mercer Gallery, New York City 1999 Recent Work, 55 Mercer Gallery, New York City 1999 Current Work, Bethel College, St. Paul, Minnesota 1999 Paintings, 55 Mercer Gallery, New York City 1994 Biblical Themes, Jersey City State College, Jersey City, New Jersey 1992 Biblical Paintings, Woodstock Art Association Gallery, Woodstock, New York 1986 Biblical Paintings, Garden of Eden Gallery, Wilmington, Delaware 1984 Biblical Subjects, Gallery 120, New York City 1981 Biblical Subjects, Gallery 120, New York City 1976 Recent Work, America West Gallery, Tucson, Arizona 1976 Watercolors, Ware Gallery, Arden, Delaware 1974 Recent Works, Bowery Gallery, New York City 1971 Recent Works, Bowery Gallery, New York City 1969 Recent Works, Williams College, Williamstown, Massachusetts Group Exhibitions 2017 AWKWARD (with Katherine Bradford, Siro Cigusi, Shaun Ellison, William Hawkins, Paul Housley, Cristina Lama and Tim Stoner), Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City 2014 Bowery Gallery Founding Members, Westbeth Gallery, New York City 2011 Invitational Exhibition, American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York City 2010 The Dura Europus Project, Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art, Philadelph

    Detailed Description : About his current work, Bradford says: “In these paintings, my “nature” is to see almost everything as an artificial reference: a certain sky is more Corot or Freilicher, sunsets are often Claudes, winter trees in front of buildings have the texture of Pissarro, a brown that is scumbled over white is like a Kossoff. But more crucial is that my paintings are Watteau’s Lorrain, Picasso’s Poussin made over once again after the Americans: Hicks, Ryder, Hartley, Inness, Eilshemius, Gorky, de Kooning, Guston, Pousette-Dart. After all… I am trying to find expression for the abiding love I have for my country even as the values that sustain it are seen by many to be evaporating”.

  • Nate Burbeck  (+)

    Biography : Born 1987, Minneapolis, Minnesota Lives and works in Brooklyn, New York Education and Residencies 2010 Summer Residency Program, School of Visual Arts, New York City 2009 BA, St. John’s University, Collegeville, Minnesota Honors and Awards 2015 Minnesota State Arts Board Artist Initiative Grant 2009 St. John’s University Undergraduate Research Travel Grant 2009 Student Studio, St. John’s University 2008 Student Studio, St. John’s University 2005 – 2009 Art Scholarship, St. John’s University

    Exhibition : Selected Solo Exhibitions
 2017 Nate Burbeck, Decoy at GrayDUCK Gallery, Austin, Texas 2015 Altered States, St. John’s University, Collegeville, Minnesota 2014 Places Unknown, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City 2009 Just Portraits, Gallery 120, St. John’s University, Collegeville, Minnesota Selected Group Exhibitions
 2016 No Dead Artists, Jonathan Ferrara Gallery, New Orleans, Louisiana 2015 The Great American Landscapes, Flinn Gallery, Greenwich, Connecticut 2015 Summer Group Show, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City 2014 Summer on Chelsea-Élysées, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City 2014 Located: Nate Burbeck and Aaron Dysart, Soo Visual Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota 2013 Nate Burbeck Paintings, University of Nebraska, Omaha, Nebraska 2013 Heart of Art, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City 2012 4real, Rosalux Gallery, Minneapolis, Minnesota 2012 Intersections, Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Minneapolis, Minnesota 2011 Condition X, Westside Gallery, School of Visual Arts, New York City 2010 Summer Residency Open Studios, School of Visual Arts, New York City 2009 Midwest Biennial, Honorable Mention, Juror: Patrick King, Wasau, Wisconsin 2009 Against the Wall, St. John’s University, Collegeville, Minnesota 2009 Impact 2, Juror: Rebecca Sefcovic Uglem, Northern State University, Aberdeen, South Dakota 2008 A Collective, Gorecki Gallery, College of St. Benedict, St. Joseph, Minnesota 2008 Minimal/Manimal, The Soap Factory, Minneapolis, Minnesota

    Detailed Description : Nate Burbeck is a mid-western painter whose work dances on the edge of surrealism through the delicate balance of American landscapes and ethereal elements. His work echoes a heightened state of suburban middle-class American life, leaving the viewer almost haunted by the story behind each scene. His work, in its dream-like state, leaves the viewer between eras, fascinated by his innate ability to freeze time.

  • Shaun Ellison  (+)

    Biography : Born 1984, Durban, South Africa Lives and works in Brooklyn, New York Education and Residencies 2013 Painting and Drawing Summer Program, NY Academy of Art, New York City 2008 – 2012 Continuing Education, School of Visual Arts, New York City 2002 – 2007 BA, Business and Philosophy, University of Louisiana, Lafayette, Louisiana

    Exhibition : Solo Exhibitions
 2015 Islanders, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City 2014 Out of Africa, Carnegie Hall Ubuntu: Arts of South Africa, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City 2014 Yankee Zulu, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City Selected Group Exhibitions 2017 Wet Ya Whistle, Galleri Kant, Copenhagen, Denmark 2017 The Island Show, Galleri Kant, Fanø, Denmark 2017 AWKWARD (with John Bradford, Katherine Bradford, Siro Cugusi, William Hawkins, Paul Housley, Cristina Lama and Tim Stoner), Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City 2017 Outlook (with Spencer Shakespeare), Kers Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands 2017 Got Dressed in the Dark, Divisible Gallery, Dayton, Ohio 2017 Domestic Tranquility, Zero Zero, Los Angeles, California 2016 Holly Coulis, Shaun Ellison, Caroline Larsen, Karen Lederer, Wythe Hotel, Brooklyn, New York 2016 Hawaii Swim 5.0, New image Art, West Hollywood, California 2016 Inside Outside, Able Baker Contemporary, Portland, Maine 2015 Summer Group Show, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City 2015 AWKWARD, Kers Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands 2014 Summer on Chelsea-Élysées, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City 2013 Heart of Art, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City

    Detailed Description : My work is largely inspired by the textures of the urban landscape, particularly graffiti. Texture in the city breathes and enigmatically shapes the environment where it appears. In my work on canvas, the textures become the subject matter as they form the life of the painting. I am also inspired by African stone carvings and the raw free expression of tribal arts which speak the language of spirit and ritual. Largely influenced by both abstraction and Neo-Expressionism, particularly aspects related to spirituality and the subconscious. For me, these are the forces that create the painting rather then an impression or conscious ‘idea’. I prefer rather to let the painting be the process and the process be born out of life.

  • Peter Herrmann  (+)

    Biography : Born 1937, Großschönau, Germany Lives and works in Berlin, Germany Education 1954 Dresden Community College, Germany Honors and Awards 2001 Fred-Thieler Prize for Painting, Museum of Modern Art, Berlin, Germany 2001 Member of the Saxon Academy of Arts, Dresden, Germany 1999 Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Scholarship 1988 Villa Romana Prize, Florence, Italy 1977 Cofounder of the Obergrabenpresse Dresden (with A. R. Penck and Eberhard Göschel) 1972 Member of the Association of Visual Artists of the GDR

    Exhibition : Selected Solo Exhibitions 2014 Ciao Fedor!, Galerie am Savignyplatz, Berlin, Germany 2011 Berlin: Holy City, Galerie am Savignyplatz, Berlin, Germany 2009 Around the Great Star, Galerie am Savignyplatz, Berlin, Germany 2008 Time Travel, Galerie Brigitte Utz, Dresden, Germany 2007 Museum Junge Kunst, Frankfurt, Germany 2006 Galerie am Savignyplatz, Berlin, Germany 2005 Galerie am Savignyplatz, Berlin, Germany 2003 DC: Peter Herrmann, Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Germany 2002 Bienzle at the Scene – a series of paintings, Galerie am Savignyplatz, Berlin, Germany 2002 Bienzle at the Scene – a series of paintings, Stadtmuseum im Spital, Crailsheim, Germany 2001 Peter Herrmann – Fred Thieler Prize 2001, Museum of Modern Art, Berlin, Germany 1999 Galerie Utz, Dresden, Germany 1998 Lungarno, Galerie Horschik, Dresden, Germany 1997 Back and Forth, Galerie am Savignyplatz, Berlin, Germany 1997 Greetings from Berlin, paintings and drawings, Galerie Hieronymus, Dresden, Germany 1997 Rothes House, Schwetzingen, Germany 1996 Between Life and Death, Stadtmuseum Göhre, Jena, Germany 1995 Stiftung für Kunst und Kultur, Bonn, Germany 1995 Rio-Rio, Galerie am Savignyplatz, Berlin, Germany 1994 The Green Hour, Galerie Niepel, Düsseldorf, Germany 1994 Water Music, Galerie Rothes Haus, Schwetzingen, Germany 1991 Interview with Henri Rousseau, Galerie am Savignyplatz, Berlin, Germany 1990 P. H. Art in the Hospital, Marienhospital Brühl, Brühl, Germany 1989 P. H. Art in the Hospital, Waldkrankenhaus, Bonn, Germany 1989 Roma Amor, Galerie am Savignyplatz, Berlin, Germany 1988 Galerie Meta Linde, Lübeck, Germany 1987 O Sole Mio, paintings from 1985 to 1987, Galerie Am Savignyplatz, Berlin 1985 Galerie am Savignyplatz, Berlin, Germany 1982 Galerie Oben, Chemnitz, Germany 1981 Galerie Arkade, Berlin, Germany 1976 Leonhardi Museum, Dresden, Germany Selected Group Exhibitions 2017 More Cramped, Museum Junge Kunst, Frankfurt, Germany 2016 Voices of Dissent. Art in the GDR 1976-1989, Mart

  • Patty Horing  (+)

    Biography : Born 1965, Chicago, Illinois Lives and works in New York City Education and Residencies 2015 MFA, New York Academy of Art, New York City 1986 BA, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island

    Exhibition : Solo Exhibitions 2017 Ordinary Lives, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City Group Exhibitions 2017 About Face, Southampton Art Center, Southampton, New York 2017 Domesticity, The Art Gallery at the College of Staten Island, Staten Island, New York 2017 UPRISE/ANGRY WOMEN, The Untitled Space, New York City 2016 Summer Hours, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City 2015 Small is Beautiful, Flowers Gallery, New York City 2015 Three Women, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City 2015 Tenth Annual Summer Exhibition, Flowers Gallery, New York City 2015 Ninth Annual Summer Exhibition, Flowers Gallery, New York City 2015 MFA Thesis Exhibition, New York Academy of Art, New York City 2014 Small is Beautiful, Flowers Gallery, New York City 2014 Eigth Annual Summer Exhibition, Flowers Gallery, New York City 2014 We Love Art, Kenise Barnes Fine Art, Larchmont, New York 2013 ViewPoints, Aljira Center for Contemporary Art, Newark, New Jersey 2012 Works on Paper NYC, Jeffrey Leder Gallery, Long Island City, New York 2012 Westchester Biennial, Castle Gallery, New Rochelle, New York 2012 ViewPoints, Ben Shahn Galleries, William Paterson University, Wayne, New Jersey 2012 International Painting NYC, Jeffrey Leder Gallery, Long Island City, New York 2012 Love Thy Neighbor, Kenise Barnes Fine Art, Larchmont, New York 2012 Stay Connected – Paintings by Patty Horing, White Plains Performing Arts Center, White Plains, New York 2010 Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition, National Portrait Gallery, Washington DC 2010 Family Matters: Paintings by Patricia Horing and Kristin McElroy, Chapman Gallery, Iona College, New Rochelle, New York 2008 Gifts from the Studio, Kenise Barnes Fine Art, Larchmont, New York 2006 29th Annual Small Works Competition, 80 Washington Square East Galleries, New York City 2006 40 Years of Painting, Westchester Gallery, White Plains, New York; Alexander Gallery, Scarsdale, New York 2005 Small Works Show, Westchester Gallery, White Plains, New York

    Detailed Description : I am interested in the narrative and psychological nature of portraiture. Contemporary paintings of specific people simultaneously raise questions and offer clues about individual identity and the larger cultural context in which the subjects exist. My goal is not simply to show what a person looks like, but to examine, through subjective interpretation, who that person is, wants to be, has been. Often the subjects’ material surroundings also reflect some aspect of personal desire or identity that is linked to the psychological underpinning of the portrait.

  • Dale Lewis  (+)

    Biography : Born 1980, London, UK Lives and works in London, UK Education and Residencies 2015 Turps Art School, Banana Painting Program, London , UK 2006 MFA, University of Brighton, UK 2004 BFA, London Guildhall University, UK 2002 BA Fashion and Textiles, John Moores University, Liverpool, UK Honors and Awards 2016 Jerwood Painting Fellowship, Jerwood Space, London, UK

    Exhibition : Solo Exhibitions 2017 Full English, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City 2016 Hope Street, Choi and Lager Gallery, Seoul, South Korea Group Exhibitions
 2017 Iconoclasts: Art Out of the Mainstream, Saatchi Gallery, London, United Kingdom 2017 Figure Out (with Charlie Billingham and Rose Wylie), Union Gallery, London, UK 2017 Jerwood Painting Fellowships, Norwich University of the Arts, London, UK 2017 Drawing Biennial, Drawing Room, London, UK 2016 Stupid White Men, J Hammond Projects, London, UK 2016 Mixed Signals, Christian Larsen Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden 2016 Jerwood Painting Fellowships, Jerwood Space, London, UK 2016 Ad Minoliti/Dale Lewis, Edel Assanti Gallery, London, UK 2015 Summer Show, Turps Gallery, London, UK 2015 Spring Show, No 4A Gallery, Malvern, UK 2015 The future can wait, Art Bermondsey Project Space, London, UK 2015 New London Figurative, Charlie Smith, London, UK 2014 A Remembered Dream, The Invisible Line Gallery, London, UK 2012 To Your Health, Lomography Gallery, London, UK 2011 Heroes and Villains, The VZ Gallery, London, UK 2009 Drench/Absorb, Oblong Gallery, London, UK 2009 Drawing, Magatzems, Valencia, Spain 2008 In War at War, OPENSOURCE Art, Champaign, Illinois 2007 Possible Preparation, Grey Area, Brighton, UK 2006 Giving Birth to Monsters, UOB Gallery, Brighton, UK 2005 Erotica, The Basement, Brighton, UK

    Detailed Description : In compositions pulling from masterworks of art history, Dale Lewis paints scenes from urban society and his own experiences — a working-class cafe in London, a drug dealer’s home in Essex, a sex show in Bangkok — with raw, visceral brushstrokes. Recalling references from Pablo Picasso to Henry Moore, George Condo to Philip Guston, his works draw from the history of painting.

  • MARCK  (+)

    Biography : Born 1964, Zurich, Switzerland Lives and works in Zurich, Switzerland Education and Residencies 2001 SAE Institute, New York City 1998 Training in New York with the video artist, GMD Three

    Exhibition : Selected Exhibitions 2017 The future might be a joke, what about the present, Laurent Marthaler Contemporary, Montreux, Switzerland 2016 Crossing the line, Galerie.Z, Hard, Austria 2016 Outbreak, Galerie von Braunbehrens, Stuttgart, Germany 2016 Masters of Light, Heitsch Gallery, Munich, Germany 2015 OktobArtFest, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York 2015 Barbarian Art Gallery, Zurich, Switzerland 2015 Edvard Munch and Today’s Artists, Annemarie Andersen Galerie, Zurich, Switzerland 2014 New Year Exhibition, Lichtfeld Gallery, Basel, Switzerland 2014 Ladies First, Galerie von Braunbehrens, Munich, Germany 2014 Starke Foundation, Berlin, Germany 2014 Woeske Gallery, Berlin, Germany 2014 Works 2011-2014, Galerie von Braunbehrens, Munich, Germany 2014 Galerie von Braunbehrens, Munich, Germany 2013 Solo show, Lichtfeld Gallery, Basel, Switzerland 2013 Barbarian Art Gallery, Zurich, Switzerland 2013 Kunstlerhaus Klagenfurt, Oestereich, Austria 2013 Woeske Gallery, Berlin, Germany 2013 Galerie Rigassi, Bern, Switzerland 2013 Seifenbaum & Wolkenbrot, Villa Flora Park, Gersau, Switzerland 2013 Kunstlerhaus Prisma, Bolzano, Italy 2012 Platform 79, Berlin, Germany 2012 Galerie Peithner-Lichtenfels Vienna 2012 De Backer Gallery, Knokke, Belgium 2012 Barbarian Art Gallery, Zurich, Switzerland 2012 New Media Reloaded, Galerie von Braunbehrens, Munich, Germany 2012 No Way Out, Barbarian Art Gallery, Zurich, Switzerland 2011 Video sculptures, Galerie von Braunbehrens, Munich, Germany 2011 Galerie Peithner-Lichtenfels Vienna, Austria 2011 Kunsthalle Osnabruck, Germany 2011 Galerie UF6 Projects, Berlin, Germany 2011 Galerie von Braunbehrens, Munich, Germany 2011 Video sculptures, Galerie von Braunbehrens, Munich, Germany 2012 Galerie Peithner-Lichtenfeld Vienna 2012 De Backer Gallery, Knokke, Belgium 2012 Barbarian art Gallery, Zurich 2011 Galerie Peithner-Lichtenfels Vienna 2011 Kunsthalle Osnabrück, Osnabrück, Germany 2011 Galerie UF6 projects, Berlin, Germany 2011 Galerie von Braun

    Detailed Description : The video sculptures by MARCK are more than a simple combination of video and sculpture: They are a logic consequence of his extensive examination with films and videos, multimedia based projects, performances, music and sculptural as well as kinetic objects. The determining factor for his video sculptures was – amongst others – his dissatisfaction with the boring representation of films on monitors. Hence he started to rebuild them on the one hand in order to detract the static aspect from the sculpture and on the other to set real boundaries for his films/videos. The examination of humans and their world of feelings is central to MARCK’s oeuvre. It is based on the search for a combination of influence from the outside and inner conditions.

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  • Micha Patiniott  (+)

    Biography : Born 1972, Amsterdam, The Netherlands Lives and works in Amsterdam Education and Residencies 2010 ARTSCHOOL/UK, London, The United Kingdom 2008 – 2009 Fine Arts Work Center, Provincetown, Massachusetts 2006 – 2007 Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten, Amsterdam, The Netherlands Awards and Fellowships 2012 Stipend Mondriaan Foundation 2010 Shortlist Wim Izaksprijs 2009 Louise Bourgeois Fellowship 2007 Stichting Schurmann-Krant Fellowship 2006 Stichting Schurmann-Krant Fellowship

    Exhibition : Solo Exhibitions 2016 Oh! When love is gone, where does it go?, Galerie Heden, Den Haag, The Netherlands 2016 Smoke Signals, Galerie Sturm, Nuremberg, Germany 2015 A Cat Under the Blankets (duo show with Just Quist), Whatspace, Tilburg, The Netherlands 2014 ZzzzzZzzZzz, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City 2011 I Know It When I See It, MKgalerie, Rotterdam, The Netherlands 2010 Curiously Human, Stedelijk Museum Schiedam, Schiedam, The Netherlands 2010 Curiously Human, MKgalerie, Rotterdam, The Netherlands 2009 The Full Story, Art Amsterdam with MKgalerie, The Netherlands 2008 The Full Story, Hudson D. Walker Gallery, Provincetown, Massachusetts Group Exhibitions 2017 Eye to Eye – Masterpieces, Stedelijk Museum Schiedam, Schiedam, The Netherlands 2014 Summer on Chelsea-Élysées, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City 2014 I am not doing anything until I feel the need, De Nederlandse Bank, Amsterdam, The Netherlands 2014 Primitive – Prime Time, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City 2013 The Air Near My Fingers, Provincie Noord-Holland, Haarlem, The Netherlands 2013 Stubenhocker 3, Galerie Roy, Zülpich and Kers Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands 2013 Heart of Art, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City 2013 We Like Art at Westergasfabriek, Amsterdam, The Netherlands 2013 As Tears Go By, Cokkie Snoei, Rotterdam, The Netherlands 2013 We Like Art at Bijenkorf, Amsterdam, The Netherlands 2013 Fenne, Van der Sterren, De Koning & Patiniott, Lutz, Delft, The Netherlands 2012 Figuratively: The Human Figure in Art, Museum Hilversum, Hilversum, The Netherlands 2012 From a Painter’s Perspective, Arti et Amicitiae, Amsterdam, The Netherlands 2012 Het Ongerijmde, Tricot (Stichting Wim Izaks), Winterswijk, The Netherlands 2012 Refresh, PG Contemporary, Houston, Texas 2012 New Acquisitions AMC collection, Brummelkamp Galerie and AMC, Amsterdam, The Netherlands 2012 4 de Korenbeurs Schiedam, Tanya Rumpff, Schiedam, The Netherlands 2012 Haarlemse Lente, Tanya Rumpff, Haarlem, The Nether

  • Hans Scheib  (+)

    Biography : Born 1949, Potsdam, Germany Lives and works in Berlin, Germany Education 2007 Visiting Artist Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio 2004 Villa Romana, Florence, Italy 2001 Member of The Free Academy of the Arts, Hamburg, Germany 1971 – 1976 Academy of Fine Arts, Dresden, Germany Awards 2014 Egmont-Schaefer-Award for Drawing, Berlin, Germany 2005 Bautzen Award for Fine Arts 1995 Supporting Award for the Arts, Akademie der Künste, Berlin, Germany

    Exhibition : Solo Exhibitions
 2017 Rundum, Achim Freyer Kunsthaus, Berlin, Germany 2017 Diogenes (I am looking for people), Galerie Bernau, Bernau, Germany 2016 Narrative!, Essenheimer Kunstverein, Essenheim, Germany 2015 Native American Girl and Other Sculptures, Palmengarten, Frankfurt, Germany 2014 The Young Lady from Riga, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City 2013 Sculpture and Drawing, Sammlung Hurrle, Durbach, Germany 2012 Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, Washington, D.C. 2012 Animals, Galerie am Ratswall, Bitterfeld-Wolfen, Germany 2011 April’s Face, Maschinenhaus, Essen, Germany 2010 May has arrived, Museum Junge Kunst, Frankfurt, Germany 2009 Dragon’s Teeth and Other, Zitadelle Spandau, Berlin, Germany 2008 With Love…, Galerie Kontrapost, Leipzig, Germany 2008 Galerie Beyer, Dresden, Germany 2008 Ni Hao!, Galerie Brockstedt, Berlin, Germany 2008 And I Saw: and Behold…, French Dome at Gendarmenmarkt, Berlin, Germany 2007 Hippos, Max Delbrück Center, Berlin, Germany 2006 As I Like It, Orangerie Draenert, Immenstaad, Germany 2006 Sculptures and Graphic Arts, Free Academy of Fine Arts, Hamburg, Germany 2005 Nadine, Galerie Bauscher, Potsdam, Germany 2005 Summerdays (are gone), Galerie Brockstedt, Berlin, Germany 2004 Berlin’s Face, Galerie im Turm, Berlin, Germany 2004 Asparagus Viridis, Galerie Niepel, Düsseldorf, Germany 2003 Listros Project, Goethe Institute, Berlin, Germany and Addis Abada, Ethiopia 2001 Phaeton, Kunsthalle Darmstadt, Darmstadt, Germany 2001 Sixteen and a few other, Susan Duval Gallery, Aspen, Colorado 1999 Figure, Märkisches Museum, Witten, Germany 1999 Sculptures and Drawings, Galerie Brockstedt, Hamburg, Germany 1996 Phaeton + Twelve, Stadtmuseum Foundation, Berlin, Germany 1994 Galerie Brockstedt, Berlin, Germany 1992 Girl – Death, Galerie Rothes Haus, Schwetzingen, Germany 1988 Figures/Etchings, Galerie Poll, Berlin, Germany 1988 Women Figures, Mannheimer Kunstverein, Mannheim, Germany 1987 Childhood, Galerie Niepel, Dü

  • Graham Wilson  (+)

    Biography : Born 1987, Louisville, Kentucky Lives and works in Brooklyn, New York Education and Residencies 2017 Yaddo Residency, Saratoga Spring, New York

    Exhibition : Solo Exhibitions 2017 Every Which Way But Loose, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York City 2016 Cauling All Of My Contemporaries (To Come Burst My Bubble), Galerie Valentin, Paris, France 2015 I Clocked Out When I Punched In, Brand New Gallery, Milan, Italy 2015 Tired of Bal(d)ing Out, Peninsula Art Space, Brooklyn, New York 2014 Introducing Mr. Golyadkin, MonCheri, Brussels, Belgium 2013 Remnants of Arcadia, Peninsula Art Space, Brooklyn, New York Selected Group Exhibitions 2017 the august show, Galleri Jacob Bjorn, Aarhus, Denmark 2016 In The Deep of the Surface (curated by Andrea Carpita), Ex Fabrica Orobia 15, Milan, Italy 2016 Texture and Liquidity, The Workbench International, Milan, Italy 2016 Face to Face: Works from Ernesto Esposito Collection, Palazzo Fruscione, Salerno, Italy 2015 To Rectify A Situation, Galerie Valentin, Paris, France 2015 How To Drape The Concrete, Galerie Jeanrochdard, Brussels, Belgium 2015 The Hollow Bone (curated by Robert Banat), Ray Smith’s Studio, Brooklyn, New York 2015 Volumes, Berthold Pott at Koelnberg, Cologne, Germany 2015 New Vibrations, Brand New Gallery, Milan, Italy 2014 To The Happy Few, Galerie Jeanrochdard, Paris, France 2014 Warp and Woof, The Hole, New York City