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OCTOBER 10-13, 2013 BOOTH NO. 1005 Mike The Bridge Jeffrey Nathan Charlie Jim Linda Raychael Barry Eric

Beradino Club Dell Green Morris Nolan Post Stine Stone Zimmerman


Charlie Morris counting back to zero 2013 Wood, acrylic 10” x 60” x 6” $5,500


Jeffrey Dell A French Mistress 2013 Serigraph on Translucent Yupo Edition of 7 38” x 27” $2,000


Barry Stone Centerfold Meadow 2013 Archival Digital Print Edition of 3 34” x 51” #1 of 3, sold #2 of 3, $4,500 #3 of 3, $5,000


The Bridge Club Wish We Were Here 2013 Archival Digital Print Edition of 9 40” x 60” #1-4 of 9, $4,800 #5-9 of 9, $5,400


Raychael Stine Double Lumpkins 2013 Oil & acrylic on canvas 20” x 18” ea. $4,500 (diptych)


Mike Beradino Cremaster applet 1 (screenshot shown) 2013 Java applet on usb drive, computer, monitor Dimensions variable $4,000 includes custom computer and monitor


Nathan Green Warm Skies SW 2013 Thumbtacks and enamel on moving blanket 74� x 44� $5,000


Jim Nolan not in focus yet/smoking 2013 Distressed fabric, ribbon, painted paper, xerox on vellum, pushpins 30� x 20� $1,900


Eric Zimmerman Title 2013 Collage on paper 11� x 9� $1,200


Linda Post in collaboration with Robert Appleton Hand: Machine Dazzle (after Yvonne) 2012 silent HD video displayed on digital frame Edition of 3 17 minutes $2,500


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Mike Beradino Lives and works in Houston, TX.

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Education Parsons The New School for Design, MFA, New York, NY The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, BFA, Chicago, IL Solo Exhibitions Crystal Palace, Lawndale Art Center, Houston, TX Load Runner, Rice University, EMERGEncy Room, Houston, TX Freq-out, Art Palace, Houston, TX Digital Nature, Auburn University, Montgomery, AL Selected Group Exhibitions Load Runner installation, Texas Contemporary Art Fair, Houston, TX Play Station, Postmasters Gallery, New York, NY Dis, Dat, Deez, Doz, The Joanna, Houston, TX Great New Work, The Joanna, Houston, TX M.A.G Show, Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Montgomery, AL Reset/Play, Art House Contemporary Art Center, Austin, TX BITMAP: As Good as New, The Leonard Pearlstine Gallery Drexel University, Philadelphia, PN Parsons MFA Thesis Show, The Kitchen, New York, NY Pulse Art Fair, New York, NY Robotics, Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT Fountain Art Fair, Miami, Florida Good as New, Vertextlist, Brooklyn, NY Self 2.0, Vertextlist, Brooklyn, NY Undergraduate Thesis Show, SAIC Gallery 2, Chicago, IL Professional Experience Visiting Lecturer, Rice University, Houston, TX (Sculpture) Visiting Artist Lecture, EMERGEncy Room, Rice University, Houston, TX Adjunct Professor, Houston Community College, Houston, TX (Digital Art/ Sculpture) Digital media and the internet (lecture), Houston Center for Photography, Houston Professor, TX Adjunct Auburn University, Montgomery, AL, (2-D) Adjunct Professor, Troy University, Troy, AL, (New Media) Digital Nature (lecture), Auburn University, Montgomery, AL DIY and New Media (lecture), Montgomery Museum of Fine Art, Montgomery, AL Robotics (lecture), Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT


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The Bridge Club The Bridge Club is a contemporary visual and performance art collaborative consisting of artists Annie Strader, Christine Owen, Emily Bivens and Julie Wills.

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Performances Plan (upcoming) Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum, Santa Barbara, CA Texas Biennial, Waltz Across Texas Tour. Series of live performances with The Trailer, September-October 2013, TX Medium. (with accompanying installation) Currents: The Santa Fe International New Media Festival, Santa Fe, NM What Remains (from The Trailer project.) Lawndale Art Center, Houston, TX Inheritance (with accompanying installation), Box 13 ArtSpace, Houston, TX Loose Snare. FLUX 2012. Flux Projects, Atlanta, GA Medium (with accompanying installation) Art Palace, Houston, TX Oculus. Live site-specific performance as part of Dwell, a commissioned outdoor works series. Contemporary Artists Center at Woodside, Troy, NY Applied Geometry. The Wassaic Project, Wassaic, NY Shell (installation, video, and live performance) 621 Gallery, Tallahassee, FL Natural Resources (installation, video, and live performance) Lawndale Art Center, Houston, TX Music Box, Off the Strip festival, Contemporary Arts Center. Don’t Tell Mama piano bar, Las Vegas, NV Low Lives 2. Performance work transmitted live via the internet and projected in real time in galleries throughout the U.S.; curated by Jorge Rojas. El Museo del Barrio, NYC; Galeria de la Raza, San Francisco, CA; Diaspora Vibe, Miami, FL; The Temporary Space, Houston, TX; Obsidian Arts, Minneapolis, MN; Terminal, Clarksville, TN; Co-Lab, Austin, TX; & Studio 304, Brooklyn, NY, Tenants at Will (Installation, performative video and multi-day live performance,) Visual Artists Network for the National Performance Network. Knoxville, TN. (catalogue) The Observation Room, (Installation, video, and live performance) 1708 Gallery, Richmond, VA Front Window. (Performative video work and installation) River City Biennale; curated by Stacy Switzer. Wichita, KS, (catalogue) 1440 Minutes: An Evening of Performance and Installation. Installation & digital work. IDEA Space, Colorado College, Colorado Springs, CO Domestic Surveillance. Digital/ web-based performative work. Launched February 2008 ( www.resistlooking.net ) Labor [Ethereal]. Web exhibition, video work. March- December 2008 The Voyage Out. Beacon, NY Abject Ritual (with accompanying video work) Wappingers Falls, NY Ceaseless and Solitary. Durango Arts Center, Durango, CO Shift Work. Sponsored by the Bessemer Historic Society and Colorado State University. Steelworks Museum of Industry and Culture, Pueblo, CO House and Sky. Landscape-responsive live performance. Mead, CO Binding Books. Norlin Library, Boulder, CO Laundry. Sponsored by Tailgate Gallery. Evergreen Launderette, Boulder, CO The Bus. Sponsored by Tailgate Gallery. Boulder, CO


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Pillows & Pantyhose/ Ambush Decorating. (With accompanying video work) Boulder, CO Other Exhibitions ReView. (Group show) performance photographs. Art Palace, Houston, TX Wish We Were Here (Solo) performance photographs. Art Palace Satellite Space at the W Hotel, Austin, TX Still. (Solo) performance photographs. Art Palace, Houston, TX Storage Space. Video projection. SPACES Gallery, Cleveland, OH Selected Awards, Grants, & Residencies Mid-America Arts Alliance, Artistic Innovations Grant, 2013-14 (www.maaa.org ) IDEA Fund grant for The Trailer project, 2013 ( www.theideafund.org ) Visual Artists Network Exhibition Residency, Knoxville, TN London International Creative Competition (LICC), Shortlist, performance category, (catalogue) Bibliography Foumberg, Jason: “Bigger and Better: The 2013 Texas Biennial.” Art In America, September 10 Zastudil, Nancy: “Suspended Animation.” Houston Arts & Culture Magazine, June issue. Abatemarco, Michael: “Something’s Happening Here: Take A Seat With The Bridge Club.” Pasatiempo Magazine, June 14-20, pp 48-49 Wozny, Nancy: “Can’t Sit Still? The Performance Experience Can Be A Magnificent or Claustrophobic Thing.” Culture Map Houston, February 3. Zastudil, Nancy: “Roam If You Want To.” Arts & Culture Magazine, December Sloan, Emily: “First Person: Medium by The Bridge Club.” Contemporary Performance, August 19. Wozny, Nancy: “Wide Open Spaces: Dancers Performing in Art Galleries Is An Idea Whose Time Has Come.” Culture Map Houston, August 12.


Jeffrey Dell Lives and works in San Marcos, TX.

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Education University of New Mexico, MFA (Printmaking), Albuquerque, NM Bucknell University, Non-Degree Graduate Assistant, Lewisburg, PA Hamline University, BFA (Studio Art), St. Paul, MN Solo Exhibitions Frenemies, Art Palace Gallery, Houston, TX Big Pelt, DBerman Gallery, Austin, Texas Hybrids and Seedlings, West Texas A&M University, Canyon, TX Recent Prints, Southwest School of Art and Craft, San Antonio, Texas Running Amok, Flatbed World Headquarters, Austin, TX Running Amok, Simon Michael Gallery, Beeville, TX. Running Amok, Texas State University-San Marcos, Department of Art and Design Gallery, San Marcos, TX Interni (Interiors), Biblioteca San Pantalon, Venice, Italy Monotipi (Monotypes), Carte Venezia, Venice, Italy tra due acque (between two waters), Scuola Internazionale di Grafica, Venice, Italy Recent Woodcuts, Scuola Internazionale di Grafica, Venice, Italy The Pillow Suit, two-day performance piece, Downtown Site Specific, Albuquerque, NM Jeffrey Dell, Frame Corner Gallery, McMinnville, OR Portraits, Ginko Gallery, St. Paul, MN Selected Group Exhibitions De-Luxw, Austin Museum of Art/Arthouse, Austin, TX Medium Small, Big Medium Gallery, Austin, TX Oso Bay National Printmaking Exhibition, Texas A&M Corpus Christi Gallery, Corpus Christie, TX 25th Annual McNeese National Works on Paper, McNeese State University, Lake Charles, LS Frienemies, DBerman Gallery, Wimberely, TX Third Coast National, KSpace Contemporary, Corpus Christi, TX In Print II, SCA Contemporary, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Hybrids and Seedlings, Flatlander Gallery, Blissfield, MI Texas Biennial, Okay Mountain, Austin, TX We Remember Remembering: An Exhibition of Current and Former Printmaking Students and Faculty at Texas State University -San Marcos, Walkers’ Gallery, San Marcos Activity Center Hibridi, Galleria Sottoportego, Scuola Internazionale di Grafica, Venice, Italy Opere Recente, Galleria Sottoportego, Scoula Internazionale di Grafica, Venice, Italy


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Annual Group Exhibit of Austin Artists at The People’s Gallery, Austin City Hall, Austin, TX 22 to Watch, Travelling Exhibition: Austin Museum of Art, Galveston Arts Center, Dallas Center for Contemporary Art New Work from Jeffrey Dell and Eric Gibbons, Poissant Gallery, Houston, TX Recent Prints, Southwest School of Art and Craft, San Antonio, TX Black and White; Jeffrey Dell, Robert Dale Anderson, Frank X. Tolbert III, & Randy Twaddle, DBerman Gallery, Austin, TX Token of My Affection, Tercera Gallery, Los Gatos, CA Wet Paint Staff Exhibition, aND Gallery, St. Paul, MN Robert Tracy Brown, Jeffrey Dell, and Margaret Moore, Poissant Gallery, Houston, TX Figure Ground, Poissant Gallery, Houston, TX Birds, Concordia University Gallery, Austin, TX Ink and Clay, Kellogg University Gallery, Cal Poly, Ponoma, CA 2002 Janet Turner Print national Competition and Exhibition, Tirner Gallery, California State University, Chico, CA Hand-Pulled Prints, Parchman Stremmel Galleries, San Antonio, TX Sunny Days/Starry Nights, Dell Jewish Center, Austin, TX National Prize Show, Cambridge Art Association, Cambridge, MA La Seconda Rassegna del Libro d’Artista (“The Second Annual Review of Artists’ Books”) Terretta di Ponte Mivio, Rome, Italy Professional Experience Associate Professor of Printmaking, Texas State University at San Marcos Permanent Collections Austin Museum of Art, Austin, TX Kellogg Art Gallery, Cal Poly, Pomona, CA Accademia di Belli Arte, Reggio Calabria, Italy

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Selected Bibliography Cook, Rachel (Feb 15, 2008) After the ‘Watch,’ What? Capitanio, Elisa (August 2006) Opere Recente, Venezia News Douberly, Amanda (August 11, 2006) Below the Surface: A Different Order. Austin Chronicle. Lorins, Rebecca (August 14, 2006) Below the Surface: A Different Order. Daily Texan Online. 22 to Watch; How the Austin Museum of Art Got it Right! (August 26, 2005) FluentCollaborative, #52 Koper, Rachel (August 26, 2005). 22 to Think About; AMoA shows new Austin art that engages the mind. Austin Chronicle van Ryzin, Jeanne Claire (May 19, 2005). Inside Arts. Austin-American Statesman, XLent. Community Calendar (April 1, 2005). Austin Chronicle, 89. Allen, Wren Marsh (2002, Fall.) Jeffrey Dell and Joyce Joe: A Fitting Place. ArtLies.


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Education The University of Texas at Austin, BFA Studio Art, Austin, TX Solo & Two Person Exhibitions Built, (Upcoming,) Art Palace Gallery, Houston, TX The Sky and Elsewhere (mural), Co-lab Gallery, Austin, TX Nathan Green, TX Contemporary Art Fair (Solo Booth), Art Palace Gallery, Houston, TX Fill the Sky, Art Palace Gallery, Houston, TX Don’t Let Your Time Do You (with Dave Bryant), Mass Gallery, Austin, TX Happy Birthday Moon, Art Palace Galley, Austin, TX Lasers in the Jungle (with Eric Gibbons), Art Palace Gallery, Austin, TX The Sky and Elsewhere: We Know We Love You Better, CSAW Gallery, Oakland, CA Farewell to the Endless, Art Palace Gallery, Austin, TX Sweets and Treats (with Sterling Allen), New Gallery, Austin, TX Selected Group Exhibitions Transatlantic- Texas, Big Medium Gallery, Austin, TX (forthcoming) Construction_Site, (upcoming,) curated by John Pomara University of Dallas, Dallas, TX A Working Space, Mountainview Community College, Dallas, TX (forthcoming) U.I.A.- Unlikely Iterations of Abstraction, (upcoming) Contemporary Art Museum, Houston, TX Maximum Overdrive, curated by Kevin Todora, University of Texas at Dallas, Dallas, TX New Future, Circuit 12 Contemporary, Dallas, TX Beef, Angstrom Gallery, Dallas, TX Three Vertices, LVL3, Chicago, IL Texas Biennial, Austin, TX Construct, Richland Community College, Dallas, TX New Art in Austin: 15 to Watch, Austin Museum of Art, Austin, TX Construct, Art Depot, Lubbock, TX Weekend Pacifists (with Michael Sieben), Subliminal Projects, Los Angeles, CA I35 Biennial, Dunn and Brown Contemporary, Dallas, TX You Are Here, Mike Elsas Gallery, Dayton, OH AQUA Art Fair, Art Palace booth, Miami, FL An Introduction to Mountain Making, Okay Mountain Gallery, Austin, TX Group Hug, Annetta Kraushaar Gallery, TLU, Seguin, TX Staff Infection, Okay Mountain Gallery, Austin, TX The Affair at the Jupiter Hotel, Art Palace, Portland, OR Casket Factory, A DIY Art Fair, Art Palace, Dallas, TX Food Crew 365G, The Orange Show, Houston, TX Camp Counselors, Camp Fig Gallery, Austin, TX Bindle Stiffed, Fourth Street Station, Austin, TX Resolution Conflict, Gallery Lombardi, Austin, TX


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Peca’s 100 Proof, Littlefield Building, Austin, TX Selected Awards, Grants, & Residencies Central Trak residency, Dallas TX Nominee, Best Artist, Austin Critics Table, Austin, TX Visiting Artist, University of Montana, Missoula, MT Nominee, Best Two Person Show, “Lasers in the Jungle”, Austin Critics Table Prairie Center of the Arts residency, Peoria IL Byrdecliff Arts Colony residency, Woodstock NY Vermont Studio Center residency, Johnson VT Artist’s Enclave at the I-Park residency, East Haddam CT Best Solo Gallery Exhibition, “Farewell to the Endless”, Austin Critics Table Nominee, Best Male Artist, Austin Critics Table Constance Forsyth Scholarship in Printmaking Charles Umlauf Centennial Endowed Scholarship Selected Bibliography Boehl, Dan, “Texas Biennial: Austin”, …might be good, April 29, 2011 Bonansinga, Kate, “New Art in Austin : 15 to Watch” Exhibition Catalog, Austin Museum of Art Britt, Douglas, “Gallery Offerings for Discriminating Tastes,” Houston Chronicle, May 23, 2011 Britt, Douglas, “Jackie Gendel, Nathan Green Exhibits Offer Strong Mix of Paintings, 29-95, June 27, 2011 Green, Kate, Review of “Fill the Sky”, Art Papers Magazine, Sept/Oct 2011 Simek, Lucia, “Modernism at Play: Nathan Green at Richland College’, Front Row, March 23, 2011 Simek, Lucia, “Small Works: Art – Object at Marty Walker” Glasstire, December 11, 2010 Long, Andrew, “Nathan Green: Happy Birthday Moon”, Austin Chronicle, June 5, 2009 Ruud, Claire, “Nathan Green”, ...might be good, Issue # 123, Tween Regards, May 29, 2009 Castillo, Salvador, “Top Ten (Plus One) Memorable Discoveries of 2007”, Austin Chronicle, January 4, 2008 Cohen, Rebecca S, “Young at Art”, Austin Home, Vol. 7 No. 1 Evans, Ariel, “New Art in Austin: 15 to Watch”, Art Lies, Issue 67 Faires, Robert, “Another Round of Praise”, Austin Chronicle, May 9, 2008 Faires, Robert, “Cream of the Crop”, Austin Chronicle, May 19, 2006 Koper, Rachel “East, at Ease: Rachel’s Top 15 in E.A.S.T.” Austin Chronicle, November 17, 2006 van Ryzin, Jeanne Claire, “The Next Next Wave”, XL , Austin American Statesman, December 19, 2005


Charlie Morris Lives and works in Houston, TX.

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Education The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. MFA. Champaign, IL. The University of Texas at Austin. BFA. Austin, TX Solo Exhibitions spinning under trees, Art Palace. Houston, TX Simulation Nation, DynamoExpo. Enschede, The Netherlands. Project Space, University of Houston School of Art. Houston, TX Pssst, Artpace, AIR exhibition. San Antonio, TX Artist’s Looking at Art (Installation,) McNay Museum of Art. San Antonio, TX Duped, REM Gallery, San Antonio, TX Operations, Southern Space Project, San Antonio, TX Charlie Morris, Three Walls Gallery, BlueStar Art District. San Antonio, TX Charlie Morris, Oklahoma Christian University, Oklahoma City, OK Selected Group Exhibitions ReView, Art Palace, Houston, TX layers (Two-Person Show), H x B x L Project Space, Enschede, Holland. Faculty Exhibition, HCC-Central Art Gallery. Houston, TX Pleinairism, i8 Gallery. Reykjavík, Iceland. Curated by Kitty Scott. Miniatures, Galeria-Contrast, Barcelona, Spain. Cold Cuts, Rudolph Blume Projects/ArtScan Gallery. Houston, TX Texas Biennial 2007, Doughtery Arts Center. Austin, TX o7, Mulcahy Modern, Dallas, TX East meets West, Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center. San Antonio, TX Show Offs, Unit B Gallery. San Antonio, Texas. Group Exhibition, Blue Star Art Gallery. San Antonio, TX Casket Factory, Dallas Contemporary Art Fair. Dallas, TX Operations, Mulcahy Modern. Dallas, TX CAM 05, The Southern Space Project. San Antonio, TX Group Exhibition, Southwest Center of Arts and Craft. San Antonio, TX Group Exhibition, BlueStar Center for Contemporary Art. San Antonio, TX Group Exhibition, BlueStar Center for Contemporary Art. San Antonio, TX Group Exhibition, AMoA ArtHouse, Austin, TX Group Exhibition, Rem Gallery. San Antonio, TX Group Exhibition, Joan Grona Gallery. San Antonio, TX Group Exhibition, The Bower. San Antonio, TX Strapped, Cactus Bra, San Antonio, TX Group Exhibition, William Campbell Contemporary Art Gallery, Fort Worth, TX Group Exhibition, Rem Gallery San Antonio, TX Group Exhibition, The Art Galleria, El Paso, TX Group Exhibition, The Bridge Center for Contemporary Art, El Paso, TX Group Exhibition, VC Gallery, El Paso, TX Group Exhibition, VC Gallery, El Paso, TX Two Person Show, The Bridge Center for Contemporary Art, El Paso, TX Luminescence, Group photography show. Cookville, TN.


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Jim Nolan Lives and works in Houston, TX.

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Education Massachusetts College of Art, MFA, Boston, MA. Virginia Commonwealth University, BFA, Richmond, VA. Solo & Two Person Exhibitions shifting SCALE, Windows into Houston,Blaffer Museum, University of Houston Better Than Success, Art Palace Gallery,(Project Room), Houston, TX Low Impact (Resistance to Flow / ThisIsBobDylanToMe) Subject to Change, collaborative project with Linda Post, Lawndale Art Center, Houston, TX Today Is Tomorrow, Art Palace Gallery, Houston, TX (v)=Variable Project, Houston, TX, site specific project w/ Mick Johnson A POWERFUL HANKERING, artMoving Projects, Brooklyn, NY JIM NOLAN WORKS, NoName Exhibitions at the Soap Factory, Minneapolis, MN Selected Group Exhibitions Just Then and Again, St. Claude Gallery, University of New Orleans, LA Loose Cooperation, Deep Elum Windows, Dallas TX Group Show, The Brandon, Houston, TX STANDARD DEVIATION, Art Palace, Houston TX, curator Prologue, SkyDive Gallery, Houston, TX Intersecting Impulses, Williams Tower Gallery, Houston, TX Drawing on Drawing, DEEPSPACENEWYORK, New York City, NY Weasel, Inman Gallery, Houston, TX, curated by Chelsea Beck and Kurt Mueller It’s Better to Regret Something You Have Done..., Art Palace Gallery, Houston, TX The Big Show, Lawndale Art Center, Houston, TX Metropoles Bronx River Arts Center, Bronx, NY No Thing Impossible, Tobey Fine Arts, New York, NY Sound Art Limo, Melbourne International Arts Festival, curated by Holly Crawford/AV Institute Subspecies, Tobey Fine Arts, New York, NY Sound Art Limo, curated by Holly Crawford/AC Institute, The Armory, NY WOOD, English Kills, Brooklyn, NY Mashups, Tastes Like Chicken Art Space, Brooklyn, NY, co-curator Saunders' Farm Project, outdoor exhibition, Collaborative Concepts Garrison, NY, Art in the Neighborhood 2, Tastes Like Chicken Art Space, Brooklyn, NY Studio: Seven Months of My Aesthetic Education (Plus Some) a project by Tony Oursler, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY Yo Graph Net Interporn, artMoving, Brooklyn, NY Sleepercell, artMoving, Brooklyn, NY DE/CONSTRUCT, PH Gallery, New York, NY 24, Eugene Binder Gallery, Marfa, Texas Dancing in the Dark, part II, Aljira Center for Contemporary Art, Newark, NJ. (catalogue)


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Permanent Collections Kunstverlag Ingvild Goetz G.M.B.H. collection, Munich, Germany. FRAC (regional art collections), France.

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Raychael Stine Lives and works in Albuquerque, NM.

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Education University of Illinois Chicago School of Art and Design, MFA Studio ArtPainting, Chicago, IL University of Texas at Dallas, BFA, Richardson, TX Solo Exhibitions Dig a Hole Forever, Eugene Binder, Marfa, TX carry on daisies, Jekyll and Hyde, Chicago, IL. Hounds of Love, Marty Walker Gallery, Dallas TX Whistle in the Dark, M Gallery, Milwaukee, WI Whipper-in, Eugene Binder, Marfa, TX Paintings: Raychael Stine. Mc Aninch Arts Center Lobby Gallery, College of Dupage, Glen Ellyn, IL Dogs, Rats, and Weasels, Road Agent Gallery, Dallas, TX Ambush(Stand and Deliver: Your Money or Your Life), Road Agent Gallery, Dallas, TX It’s too late to phone her now, UT Dallas Mezzanine Gallery, Richardson, TX Selected Group Exhibitions Object, Object!, Helmuth Projects, San Diego, CA Same Roof, Raychael Stine and Titus O’Brien, The Safe Room, Dallas TX. Fresh Tracks, Haggerty Gallery, University of Dallas, Dallas TX. Midnight Garden, Brand 10 Arts Space, Fort Worth, TX 30/30, One Strange Bird, Chicago, IL Looking at Animals, Gallery 213, Eastfield College, Dallas, TX Dialectical affinities of the Post-Modernist Anti Aesthetic, Eugene Binder, Marfa, TX Composite in 3D, Autotelic Gallery, Chicago, IL Raychael Stine and Ryan Humphrey, Moudy Gallery, Fort Worth, TX New Insight, Art Chicago, Chicago, IL. UIC MFA Gold, Next Fair, Art Chicago, Chicago, IL Alejandro Borsani, Maria Jonsson, Orson Panetti, Raychael Stine, Gallery 400, Chicago, IL. The Object of Nostalgia, Leviton A + D Gallery, Chicago, IL. Snow White, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, TX. Chill, d berman gallery, Austin, TX Gone to the Dogs, Denise Bibro Fine Art, New York, NY. The Texas Biennial, Austin TX Collection Collection, Mess Hall, Chicago IL Two by Two exhibition/auction for Aids and Art. Rachovsky house, Dallas, TX. New American Paintings; Western Exhibition, Open Studio’s Press. National. Party at the Moontower, Road Agent, Dallas, TX


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CADD Art Fair, Contemporary Art Dealers of Dallas, Dallas, TX. Road Agent: The Audience is Listening, Road Agent, Dallas, TX. Latitude and Longitude, Eugene Binder Gallery, Marfa, TX. Aqua Art Fair, Road Agent Gallery, Miami, FLA. CADD Art Fair, Contemporary Art Dealers of Dallas, Dallas, TX. Feral Nature, University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, TX. Interplay, at University of Texas at Dallas and at University De Guanjuato, Guanjuato, Mexico. Teenage Fan Club, Janette Kennedy Gallery, South side on Lamar, Dallas, TX. Space Invaders, University of Texas at Dallas Visual Arts Gallery in conjunction with Eugene Binder Gallery, Richardson, TX, and Marfa, TX. Contextual, Oh6 Art Collective, Casket Factory at South Side on Lamar, Dallas, TX. Mission Control, Oh6 Art collective, Angstrom Gallery, Dallas, TX. Painting Attack, Dallas Center for Contemporary Art, Dallas, TX. Hooch and Pooch (for Kitchen Dog Theater), Angstrom Gallery, Dallas, TX. Super 8, Oh6 art collective, Kennedy Gallery, South Side on Lamar, Dallas, TX. Well, Red, Oh6 art collective, Casket Factory at South Side on Lamar, Dallas, TX. Human Interest, Eugene Binder Gallery, Marfa, TX. There’s no home for you here, University of Texas at Dallas Visual Arts Gallery, Richardson, TX. Turn it up, University of Texas at Dallas Visual Arts Gallery, Richardson, TX. Oxygen, University of Texas at Dallas Visual Arts Gallery, Richardson, TX. Blink/Blank, University of Texas at Dallas Mezzanine Gallery, Richardson, TX. Professional Experience Assistant Professor of Painting and Drawing, Department of Art and Art History, University of New Mexico. Visual Arts Conservatory Instructor: CHI ARTS Chicago High School for the Arts Lecturer and Visiting Artist in Residence: Texas Christian University College of Fine Arts, Fort Worth, TX Teaching Assistant, Julia Fish, School of Art and Design University of Illinois at Chicago Selected Awards, Grants, & Residencies Bemis Contemporary Arts Center Residency, Omaha, NE Gendler Fellow, Bemis Center, Omaha, NE Union League Civic Arts Competition Joan Mitchell Foundation Award Nominee Hot Media Series, “Animal Sounds” Lecture. Gallery 400, Chicago, IL Board of Trustees Full Tuition Scholarship, University of Illinois, Chicago. Fall 2009 to Spring 2010 Board of Trustees Full Tuition Scholarship, University of Illinois, Chicago. Fall 2008 to Spring 2009


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Stone Award Scholarship, University of Illinois, Chicago. Fall 2008 Jurors Pick, New American Paintings #78, Western Exhibition. Open Studio’s Press. Studio Assistant, Richard Patterson, Painter, London. ( YBA, Sensation, etc.) Texas Art Prize Nominee DeGoyler Grant, Dallas Museum of Art Honors graduate, Magna cum laude, University of Texas at Dallas. Assistant to Sol Lewitt -- Dallas Project, Lexington Street, Dallas Brice Jordan Scholarship, Excellence in the Arts Selected Bibliography Pena, Arthur: “Dallas Roll Call”. May 6, 2013. New American Painting’s Blog Williams, Thomas. Essay: “Same Roof @ the Safe Room Gallery.” July 6, 2013. Camplin, Todd. Essay: “Fresh Tracks, and Abstract Dialog.” Binder, Eugene. “Essay: Raychael Stine, Whipper-in” The Big Bend Sentinel. April 17, 2011. Feature: “Artist’s you should know: Pamela Fraser’s Picks”. Chicago Art Magazine, February 8, 2011. Composite Magazine, Issue 2, The Gaze: Raychael Stine “Saturn Series”. Release date, January 24, 2011. Ise, Claudine. “Portrait of the Artist: Raychael Stine” New City Art. Chicago, IL. October 18, 2010. Ise, Claudine. Review: “The Object of Nostalgia,” Averill and Bernard Leviton Gallery, Columbia College, Chicago. Bad at Sports, February 15, 2010. Winn, Lance and Renee Marquez, “The Object of Nostalgia”, Exhibition Catalog essay, Averill and Bernard Leviton Gallery, Columbia College Chicago. Brenner, Wayne Allan. Review: “Chill,” d berman Gallery, Austin Texas. Austin Chronicle. January 8, 2010. Compton, J.R. “Art Here lately, Dallas Artists in the Texas Biennial”. Dallas Arts Review. Zotos, John, Texas Seen, Dallas Report: a Contemporary art Destination. New York Arts Magazine. July –August, 2008. Bourbon, Matthew, “Review: Stine’s ‘Dogs, Rats and Weasels,’” KERA 90.1, All Things Considered, November 9, 2007 Medina, Jennifer, “Dogs, Rats, and Weasels: Four Legged Focal Points,” Dallas Observer, November 8, 2007 Matthews, Quinn, “Interview with Raychael Stine,” WRR 101.1, Art Matters, November 1, 2007 Robinson, Gaile, “Review: In the Galleries, Road Agent, Dogs, Rats, and Weasels,” Fort Worth Star-Telegram, October 26, 2007 Terranova, Charissa, “Gallery Gourmet: Barry Whistler, Conduit, Road Agent,” The Dallas Morning News, October 25, 2007 Glasstire Fall Preview 2007,” Glasstire: Texas visual art online, September 2007


Barry Stone Lives and works in Austin, TX.

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Education University of Texas at Austin, MFA Studio Art, concentration in photography, Austin, TX University of Texas at Austin, BA Biology, Austin, TX Solo & Two Person Exhibitions Look Near Into the Distance, Art Palace, Houston, TX Many Worlds If Any, Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, NY, NY Darkside of the Rainbow, Art Palace, Houston, TX Hum, SOFA Gallery, Austin, TX I Met a Unicorn, Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, Brooklyn, NY One Swallow Doesn't Make a Summer, Ruud and Cook with the Austin Art Alliance, Austin, TX Highway 71 Revisited, Lawndale Art Center, Houston, TX Decking the Path to Blessedness, Buffalo Bayou Art Park in conjunction with Fotofest, Houston, TX Highway 71 Revisited, Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, Brooklyn, NY Your Name and Mine, Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, Brooklyn, NY Selected Group Exhibitions Contemporary Photographic Practice and the Archive, Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas at Austin Naturalia: Beverly Penn and Barry Stone, Co-Lab Projects, Austin, TX Of a Technical Nature, Austin Museum of Art / Arthouse at Laguna Gloria, Austin, TX Walled Garden, Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, New York, NY Dark Matter, (with Lakes Were Rivers), Vanderbilt University, TN Long Shadows, Inman Gallery, Houston, TX (Re)Collection (with Lakes Were Rivers), 1309 Rosewood, Austin, TX The Ambiguous Object, Cantanker Gallery at Pump Projects, Austin, TX Texas Biennial 2011, Austin, TX, Curated by Virginia Routledge Selections from My Musent Touch It, Champion Contemporary, Austin, TX New Art in Austin, 15 to Watch, Austin Museum of Art, Austin, TX It Is Better To Regret Something You Have Done, Art Palace, Houston, TX Interrupted Landscapes, Champion Contemporary, Austin, TX One Swallow Doesn’t Make a Summer, (Re)Kirk, Cook & Ruud Projects in conjunction with the Austin Arts Council, 2nd Street Business District, Austin Panta Rei, Box 13 in conjunction with Fotofest 2010, Houston, TX One on One on One, Art Palace, Austin, TX Haunts, Privateer Gallery, Brooklyn, NY Broken Gold, Courtyard Gallery, AT&T Center, University of Texas at Austin, TX Texas Biennial 2009, Austin, TX, Juried by Michael Duncan Troposphere, Hampton House, New York, NY Treat, Apama Mackey Gallery, Houston, TX


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The Fifth of July, Okay Mountain, Austin, TX New Art Dealer Alliance (NADA) Art Fair, Miami with Klaus von NichtssagendGallery Miami, FL And Introducing…,Texas State University Gallery, San Marcos, TX J&L Group Show, OK OK Gallery, Seattle, WA J&L BOOKS, Marcia Woods Gallery, Atlanta, GA Pinned Up, Humble Arts Foundation, 3rd Ward, Brooklyn, NY Queso Frito, Issue #2, http://www.quesofrito.com Adventura, Moti Hasson Gallery, New York, NY Group Show No.8, Humble Arts Foundation Online http://www.group-show.com CRG Presents Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, CRG Gallery, New York, NY Salon, Room, New York, NY Selected Bibliography "Barry Stone, Many Worlds if Any," Phases Magazine, March 20, 2013, http:// www.phasesmag.com/many-worlds-if-any/ "Ten Just Opened Gallery Shows You Should See: Barry Stone: Many Worlds If Any,” by Howard Halle, http://www.timeout.com/newyork/art/ten-just-opened-shows-you-shouldsee, TimeOut New York, January 4, 2013 “Walled Garden at Klaus von Nichtssaggend Gallery” October 18, 2012, New American Painting, http://newamericanpaintings.wordpress.com/2012/10/18/walled-garden-atklaus-von-nichtssaggend-gallery/ “BOOKSHELF: Lakes Were Rivers: Number One,” by Shane Lavelett, January 10, 2012, http://www.shanelavalette.com/journal/2012/01/10/bookshelf-lakes-were-rivers-numberone/ The Sun Had Not Risen Yet/ Now the Sun Had Sunk, Pastelegram, Print Issue No.1, Pastelegram Publishing, Edited by Ariel Evans, Austin, Texas Texas Biennial 2011, No.4, Exhibition Catalog by Virginia Routledge, Texas Biennial, Austin, Texas New Art in Austin: 15 to Watch, Exhibition Catalog Curated by Kate Bonansinga, Toby Kamps, and Andrea Mellard, Austin Museum of Art, Austin, Texas Lakes Were Rivers Number One, Edited by Barry Stone, Lakes Were Rivers, Press, Austin, Texas “Barry Stone, Art Palace, Houston,” by Melissa Venator, ….Might Be Good, November 11, 2011. http://www.fluentcollab.org/mbg/index.php/reviews/review/178/392 “I Shutter to Think: A Group Portrait of Austin’s Photography Scene by Six of Its Rising Stars,” by Robert Faires, Austin Chronicle, Volume 30, No. 38, May 20, 2011,pp. 30-32“Barry Stone: SOFA, Austin,” by S.E. Smith, ...Might Be Good, April 15, 2011. http://www.fluentcollab.org/mbg/index.php/reviews/review/167/341 “Barry Stone: Man about Town,” by Magaret Mehan, Glasstire , March 3, 2011. http:// glasstire.com/2011/03/18/barry-stone-man-about-town-2/ “Barry Stone,” I Heart Photograph, Laurel Ptak, http://iheartphotograph.blogspot.com/ 2010/03/barry-stone.html 2010“Barry Stone, Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery,” by John Ewing, Art Lies, Summer 2010, No.66, p84 2010“Q+A Lucas Blalock Vs Barry Stone”, The Photography Post, Interview by Lucas Blalock. http://thephotographypost.com/blogs/post/kate/qa-lucas-blalock-vs-barrystone-783 The Collectors Guide to Emerging Art Photography, Curated by Alana Celii, Jon Feinstein & Grant Willing, Humble Arts Foundation Publishing, New York, New York


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Landscapes for Art: Contemporary Sculpture Parks, Edited by Glenn Harper and Twylene Moyer, ISC Press, Hamilton, New Jersey “For Art’s Sake: Decking the Path to Blessedness, A Project for BBAP by Artist Barry Stone,” Evan Garza, 002 Houston, May 10 2008, Volume 10, Issue 113, p. 22. “En Route Pour Barry Stone,” Eve Therond, Foto, (French), February 2008, p.46 “Road to Nowhere,” New York Sun, February 7, 2008, Arts p.18 “Dateline, Brooklyn,” Stephen Maine, Arnet October 4, 2005 http://www.artnet.com/ magazineus/reviews/maine/maine10-4-05.asp “Dateline, Brooklyn,” Stephen Maine, Arnet, February 3, 2005 http://www.artnet.com/ Magazine/reviews/maine/maine2-4-05.asp


Eric Zimmerman Lives and works in Houston, TX.

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Education The University of Texas at Austin, MFA Austin, TX Cleveland Institute of Art, BFA Printmaking. Cleveland, OH Solo & Two Person Exhibitions West of the Hudson, (Upcoming) Texas State University, San Marcos, TX Endless Disharmony & Telltale Ashes, Art Palace Gallery, Houston, TX Telltale Ashes & Endless Disharmony, The Reading Room, Dallas, TX Sixteen Tons, The Old Jail Art Center, Cell Series, Albany, TX Cosmos, Emilie Halpern & Eric Zimmerman, Art Palace Gallery, Houston, TX We Chose To Go To The Moon, Austin Museum of Art, Austin, TX Atlas, Art Palace Gallery, Austin, TX (Catalog) Simplon Pass, Art Palace Gallery, Austin, TX Selected Group Exhibitions Collage: Now Then & Again, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, TX Another Side, The Re Institute, Millerton, NY Drawing, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, TX Science & Exploration, Horton Gallery, New York, NY Texas Contemporary Art Fair, Art Palace Gallery, Houston, TX Lets Go Enjoy Nature!, Seraphin Gallery, Philadelphia, PA By Your Powers Combined, Marwen, Untitled Gallery, Chicago, IL In Real Time, ASDF Makes Project, Capricious Gallery, New York, NY. Golden Age, Chicago, IL Death Of A Propane Salesman: Anxiety And The Texas Artist, Fort Worth Contemporary Arts, Fort Worth, TX On, Of Or About: 50 Works on Paper, Texas State University-San Marcos, San Marcos, TX Texas Draws I, The Southwest School of Art & Craft, San Antonio, TX Texas Twelve: The 2nd Biennial Survey of Texas Art and Artists, Wichita Falls Museum of Art at Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, TX Aqua Art Miami, Art Palace Gallery, Miami Beach, FL 20 to Watch: New Art in Austin, Austin Museum of Art, Austin, TX. Travels to DiverseWorks, Houston, TX. Blue Star Art Space, San Antonio, TX. Grace Museum, Abilene, TX. (Catalog) The Drawing Room, Galveston Arts Center, Galveston, TX Hasta La Basura Se Separa [artcrush], Centro De Cultural de Nuevo, Nuevo Laredo, Mexico Architecture of Perception, Box 13, Houston, TX Aqua Art Miami, Art Palace Gallery, Miami Beach, FL Introduction 2007, Mulcahy Modern, Dallas, TX Me Odio Y Quiero, (as Okay Mountain), Gallery Enrique Gutierrez, Mexico City, Mexico Faculty Exhibition, St. Edwards University, Austin, TX The Most Curatorial Biennial in The Universe, Curated in by Basim Magdy, Apexart, New York City, NY


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The Affair at the Jupiter Hotel, Art Palace Gallery booth, Portland, OR Science Factasy, University of Arizona National Print Portfolio, Tucson, AZ. Travels to Madison, WI for Southern Graphics Council. Professional Experience Visionary Drawing Building, A collection of drawings envisioning speculative architecture. On display at Mass MOCA March 21st as a part of Matt Bua's installation at Kidspace Gallery. Ornament, Print portfolio facilitated by Jeff Dell at Texas State University Guest Editor, …might be good, Issue # 98, “The Historian and The Astronomer”, May 2. Project Space, Art Lies, No. 55 Fall 2007. Selected Awards, Grants, & Residencies Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, Residency, Omaha, NE Vermont Studio Center (Full Fellowship from the Brown Foundation) Johnson, VT Arch & Anne Gilles Kimbrough Fund Award, The Dallas Museum of Art Mort Baranoff Endowed Scholarship, The University of Texas at Austin Constance Forsyth Scholarship in Printmaking, The University of Texas at Austin M.K. Hage Endowed Scholarship In Fine Art, The University of Texas at Austin Elizabeth Herzstein Endowed Presidential Scholarship in Art, The University of Texas at Austin Mort Baranoff Endowed Scholarship, The University of Texas at Austin Lucas Foundation Endowed Scholarship Fund, The University of Texas at Austin Katy Davis Endowed Scholarship in Art, The University of Texas at Austin Second Agnes Gund Memorial Scholarship, The Cleveland Institute of Art Permanent Collections The Museum of Fine Arts Houston, TX Rutgers Center for Innovative Print and Paper. Newark, NJ Southern Graphics Print Council Archives The University of Arizona Museum of Art. Tucson, AZ Kohler Art Library. Madison, WI

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Selected Bibliography Hooper, Rachel. “Eric Zimmerman: Endless Disharmony & Telltale Ashes at Art Palace.” Glasstire.com, Texas Visual Arts Online, October 7. Hooper, Rachel. “Eric Zimmerman: Endless Disharmony & Telltale Ashes at Art Palace.” Art Ltd. Nov. / Dec. 2012, p.36 Lewis, Betsy. “These Ain’t Your Daughter’s Collages” The Dallas Observer, Sept. 4. Green, Kate. “Eric Zimmerman: Austin Museum of Art.” Art Papers, March/ April, p.45. Kelly, Patrick. “Interview: Cell Series, Eric Zimmerman: Sixteen Tons.” September 24.


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Mellard, Andrea. “New Works: Eric Zimmerman,” Austin Museum of Art Gallery Guide, Nov. 26. Quinton, Luke. “AMOA Show Delves into History, Innovation,” Austin American Statesman, Dec. 29 Shafer, Lana. "Eric Zimmerman: Austin Museum of Art," ...might be good, Issue #159, Dec.17. Schulze, Troy. "Masters Of The Universe," The Houston Press, May 20. Schulze, Troy. “ Emilie Halpern and Eric Zimmerman,” Visual Art Source, May 24. (http://www.visualartsource.com/index.php?page=editorial&aID=434) Simblist, Noah. "Emile Halpern + Eric Zimmerman." Art Papers, July/August, p.53. Vogel, Wendy. "Emilie Halpern and Eric Zimmerman," ...might be good, Issue #148, May 21. Weathers, Chelsea. “Emilie Halpern and Eric Zimmerman, “Artforum.com, June 5. http://artforum.com/picks/section=us#picks25781)

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Goddard, Dan. "Carefully Drawn Conclusions." San Antonio Current, July 8 14, p.15. Simblist, Noah. DailyServing.com, September 7. (http://dailyserving.com/ 2009/09/eric-zimmerman/) Castillo, Salvador. “That Was Then; This Is Now.” Austin Chronicle, April 11, p.44. Haskell, Caitlin. “Eric Zimmerman,” in 20 To Watch: New Art in Austin (Austin: Austin Museum of Art), p.52. Lozano, Ivan. “Eric Zimmerman at Art Palace.” Glasstire.com, Texas Visual Arts Online, March 23. Richter, Till. “New Art in Austin – 20 to Watch at AMOA.” Glasstire.com, Texas Visual Arts Online, March 14. Ruud, Claire. “From The Editor.” …might be good, Issue #95, March 21. Simblist, Noah. “Eric Zimmerman: Atlas.” Art Lies, No. 58 Summer 2008, p. 84. White, Michelle. “A Conversation with Eric Zimmerman,” …might be good, Issue #95, March 21. Reprinted in Atlas (Austin: Art Palace Gallery,) p. 3. Castillo, Salvador. “The 10 Most Memorable Art Shows of 2006.” Austin Chronicle, January 5, p. 30. Cook, Rachel. “Best/Worst of 2006.” Glasstire.com, Texas Visual Arts Online, January 4. Terranova, Carissa. “Introduction: 2007.” Art Lies, No. 53 Spring 2007, p.108. Moniot, Marie-Adele. “Eric Zimmerman: Simplon Pass.” Glasstire.com, Texas Visual Arts Online, October 7. Moore, Claire. “Eric Zimmerman at Art Palace”. Cantanker.com Moore, Nikki. “Eric Zimmerman: Simplon Pass.” Austin Chronicle, September 22, p. 79. 2005Van Ryzin, Jeanne Claire. “Three Shows Fall Back In Lines.” Austin American Statesman, October p. 16. Weathers, Chelsea. “Brant Watson and Eric Zimmerman” Glasstire.com Texas Visual Arts Online, June 27.

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