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common threads curated by Brent Auxier

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Caroline Wells Chandler Molly Wearing Katherine Bradford’s Magic Glasses, 2016 hand crocheted assorted fibers, 161 x 133 inches left: detail of Chris, 2016


Caroline Wells Chandler Tamara, 2016 hand crocheted assorted fibers, 83 x 62.5 inches


Caroline Wells Chandler Chris, 2016 hand crocheted assorted fibers, 70 x 74 inches


Caroline Wells Chandler EJ, 2016 hand crocheted assorted fibers, 81 x 53.5 inches


Caroline Wells Chandler Stanley, 2016 hand crocheted assorted fibers, 78.5 x 58 inches


Evie Falci Atropos, 2013 rhinestones on denim, 66 x 60 inches left: detail


Rachel Frank Pattern for a Yurt I, 2015 cloth, thread, glass beads and brass grommets, 73 x 58 inches left: detail


Rachel Frank Pattern for a Yurt II, 2015 cloth, thread, glass beads and brass grommets, 71.5 x 62 inches


Leah Guadagnoli It Rhymes with Shadow, 2015 oil, upholstery, molding paste, stucco patch, canvas, and polyurethane foam on insulation board, 72 x 47 x 5 inches left: detail


Leah Guadagnoli It Won’t Happen Twice II, 2016 oil, acrylic, fabric, pumice stone, molding paste, canvas, and polyurethane foam on insulation board, 41 x 41 x 5 inches


Robin Kang Encrypted, 2015 hand Jacquared woven cotton, tencel, and synthetic fibers, 87 x 53 inches left: detail


Robin Kang Chipset Artifact, 2014 Hand Jacquared woven cotton and synthetic fibers, 31 x 33 inches


Robin Kang C++Rom Spray, 2014 hand Jacquared woven cotton and synthetic fibers, 26 x 36 inches


Jacob Rhodes DRUNKARDS PATH (Candy Skin Quilt), 2015/1976 denim, gingham, embroidery floss, 83 x 71 inches left: detail


Sean Riley (de)Weave VII, 2016 inherited denim fragment with weft removed by hand, sewn to paper 30.75 x 45.25 inches (framed) left: detail


Sean Riley (de)Weave VI, 2016 inherited denim fragment with weft removed by hand, sewn to paper 30.75 x 45.25 inches (framed) left: detail


Amy Giovanna Rinaldi Untitled, 2016 spandex, cotton, rubber synthetic rope, screws, nylon, spray paint and pool grout on stretchers, 43 x 42 x 3.5 inches left: detail


Amy Giovanna Rinaldi Untitled, 2016 nylon, spandex, pool grout, enamel, screws and netting on stretchers 12.5 x 14 inches


Amy Giovanna Rinaldi Untitled, 2016 rope, pool grout, canvas, spandex and spray paint on stretcher bars 12 x 12 inches


Amy Giovanna Rinaldi Untitled, 2015 cotton netting, wool, synthetic rope, spray paint, enamel and bleach on stretcher bars, 22 x 18 inches right: detail


CAROLINE WELLS CHANDLER EDUCATION 2011 MFA Painting and Printmaking, Yale University School of Art, New Haven, CT 2007 BFA Studio Art, Minor: Art History, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX 2004 Rhode Island School of Design 2003 Universidad de Guadalajara AWARDS 2015 Queer Art Mentorship Fellow, paired with Angela Dufresne Rema Hort Mann Emerging Artist Grant Nominee 2014 Artist Talk, PI Art Center, Jeju Island, South Korea 2013 Artist Talk, PI Art Center, Beijing, China Artist Talk, PI Art Center, Seoul, South Korea Visiting Artist, Lipscomb University, Nashville, TN Artist Talk, PI Art Center, Jeju Island, South Korea 2011 Ralph Mayer Prize, Yale University, New Haven, CT 2007 Dan Wingren Art Award for Outstanding Senior, SMU, Dallas, TX Academic Departmental Honors, SMU, Dallas, TX 2006 MUSCRAF Grant, SMU, Dallas, TX 2005 Nominee for Norfolk, SMU, Dallas, TX Dallas Standard Club Scholarship for Outstanding Sophomore, SMU, Dallas, TX 2004-7 Zelle Scholarship for the Arts, SMU, Dallas, TX SMU Merit Scholarship for the Arts, SMU, Dallas, TX 2004 Honors Scholar, RISD, Providence, RI SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2015 The Best Little Whore House in Texas, Roberto Paradise, San Juan, PR 2015 Queering the Lines, Art League Houston, Houston, TX 2014 Christmas in July, Sanctuary, Pittsburgh, PA Homunculus, Field Projects, New York, NY 2013 Synchronicities, Open Galley, Nashville, TN 2012 Myth Maker, Vox Populi, Philadelphia, PA 2007 Will you Remember Me?, The Binkleys, Dallas, TX Cerebral Chernobyl, Doolin Gallery, Dallas, TX 2006 Listory for Nostalgia, The Binkleys, Dallas, TX GROUP 2016 2015

EXHIBITIONS Common Threads, Danese/Corey, New York, NY Imagine, Brand New Gallery, Milan, Italy Prize Surprise, Greenpoint Terminal, Greenpoint, NY Women’s Work: Masculinity and Gender in Contemporary Fiber Art, SDAI, San Diego, CA Cowbois in Paradise, Roberto Paradise, Chicago Expo, Chicago, IL (two person booth with Austin Eddy)

Material Myth, Catinca Tabacaru Gallery, New York, NY Regan Babies, Ms Barber’s, Los Angeles, CA She Sells Sea Shells by the Seashore, Eric Firestone Gallery, East Hampton, NY Secret Identities: Superheroes and Selfhood, Driscoll Babcock, New York, NY The Royal We, Los Ojos, Brooklyn, NY NADA, Roberto Paradise, New York, NY Ornamenting Crime, Zurcher Studio, curated by Irena Jurek, New York, NY Say it With Flowers, Kimberly Klark, Queens, NY 2014 Video Snack 3, Moma PS1 Print Shop, curated by Lauren Francescone and All Gold, Queens, NY Improvised Show Boat 2, Katherine Bradford’s Studio, curated by Lauren Britton and Zachary Keeting, Brooklyn, NY Party’s Over, Topless, curated by Brent Birnbaum and Jenni Crain, Rockaway Beach, NY Video Snack 2, The Varick Sessions, curated by Lauren Francescone, Brooklyn, NY Broke Baroque, Sanctuary, curated by Scott Penkava and Rachel Schmidhofer, Pittsburgh, PA About the Body, Gallery 1989, curated by Lauren Britton, Larchmont, NY Current: Gowanus, Arts Gowanus, curated by Benjamin Sutton, Brooklyn, NY Novella Benefit, Novella Gallery, New York, NY The Smile Face Museum, curated by Adrienne Garbini, Brooklyn, NY The Monstrous Self, SPRING/BREAK Art Show, curated by Benjamin Sutton, New York, NY Dream Within a Dream, Real Art Ways, curated by Irena Jurek and Diana Buckley, New York, NY Do the Yale Thing, N’Namdi Center for Contemporary Art, curated by Dexter Wimberly, Detroit, MI Shrink It, Pink It, Cathouse FUNeral, curated by Irena Jurek and Diana Buckley, Brooklyn, NY 2013 Show #17: Top Ten RunnersUp, Field Projects, selected by Benjamin Sutton, New York, NY Buy What You Love, Rema Hort Mann Foundation, New York, NY The Beginning of Something, Mieke van Schaijk in cooperation with Koos Kwaks, ‘sHertogenbosch, The Netherlands Exile, El Rincon Social, curated by Oscar Cornejo, Houston, TX Swerve and Fracture, Camera Club New York, curated by Kelly Cannon, New York, NY Video Snack, 56 Bogart, curated by Lauren Francescone, Brooklyn, NY Asshole in the Gallery, Loft 594, curated by Margaret Coleman and Yasmin Keshtkar, Brooklyn, NY


Deep Cuts, Anna Kustera, curated by David Humphrey and Wendy White, New York, NY Postcards from the Edge, Sikkema Jenkins & Co, New York, NY Interwoven, curated by Kathryn Wat and Melissa Messina, Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, VA 2012 American Craft Today, curated by Mark Leach, The Bascom , Highlands, NC Texas National, The Cole Art Center, curated by Dave Hickey, Nacogdoches, TX PDF Release & Party, CAGE, curated by AGWF, New York, NY 2011 Bosch Young Talent Show, Stieglitz Museum, curated by Will Villalongo, ‘sHertogenbosch, The Netherlands 2011 Yale MFA Thesis: Round Two, Green Gallery, New Haven, CT 2010 Art for Haiti Benefit Auction, Green Gallery, New Haven, CT MFA 2011, Green Gallery, New Haven, CT 2009 2011 MFA, Green Gallery, New Haven, CT 2007 BFA Show, Pollock Gallery, Dallas, TX 2006 One Night Only, Tyler Street Lofts, Oak Cliff, TX Cash and Carry, 500X Gallery, Dallas, TX 2005 Crawley and Chandler, Doolin Gallery, Dallas, TX Taos Show, Taos, NM

PUBLICATIONS “Queer Threads,” New York, NY 2015 “Topless,” Rockaway Beach, NY, 2015 “CREEPS V,” The Creeps Collective, New York, NY (Annual Publication), 2014 Chandler, Caroline, edited by Zachary Rawe, “Art School Peer Review,” Issue XV, Philadelphia, PA “CREEPS IV,” The Creeps Collective, New York, NY (Annual Publication). 2013 BIBLIOGRAPHY Helmke, Juliet, “Rainbow Bright: Caroline Wells Chandler Crochets a New World,” Blouin Artinfo Modern Painters, 2015 Johnson, Paddy, “10 Highlights from the EXPO Art Fair,” ARTFCITY, 2015 Morris, Matt, “Expo Chicago Returns, with Big Ambitions, and Some Exhibitor Turnover,” Artnews, 2015 Indrisek, Scott, “At Expo Chicago, New Discoveries and Unexpected Deals,” Blouin Artinfo, 2015 Steinhauer, Jillian, “The 2015 NADA New York Art Fair in 25 Superlatives,” Hyperallergic, 2015 Indrisek, Scott, “Delusional Shopping at NADA,” Blouin Artinfo, 2015 Kinnaird, Iva, “Queering the Lines,” Out Smart/Free Press Houston, 2015 Indrisek, Scott, “Artists’ Choice: The Best Shows of 2014: Part I,” Blouin Artinfo, 2014 Reese, Derek, “Christmas in July: Derek Reese Interviews

Carolyn Wells Chandler,” Pittsburgh Articulate, 2014 Grand, Robert, “An Interview with Caroline Chandler,” Field Projects, 2014 Britton, Lauren, “Caroline Wells Chandler,” Field Projects, 2014 Sutton, Benjamin, “World’s Biggest Art Review: 7 Critics Cover 20 New York Gallery Shows,” Artnet, 2014 Smeyne, Rebecca, “The Armory Show’s Gritty Downtown Alter Ego,” Paper Mag, “ , 2014 Silver, Leigh, “10 Curated Rooms You Can’t Miss at the Spring/Break Art Show,” Comple Art+Design, 2014 Juggernaut, Cojo Art, “Spring/Break Art Show is Your Elementary School on Psilocybin,” Artiholics, 2014 Katz, Samantha, “Go Wild at Spring/Break Art Show,” Whitewall Mag, 2014 Lynch, Scott, “Photos: Spring/Break Goes Wild With Maggot Eaten Texter, VW Bug and Other Art,” Gothamist, 2014 Heddaya, Mostafa, “Are We Having Fun Yet? Spring/Break 2014,” Hyperallergic, 2014 Sharp, R, “Higher Education at N’Namdi Center for Contemporary Art: ‘Do the Yale Thing,’ Knight Arts, 2014 Welke, Jim, “‘Do The Yale Thing’ at N’Namdi Center for Contemporary Art Detroit’,” Artifizz, 2014 Hodges, Michael, “Exhibit of recent Yale grads shows range and reflection,” The Detroit News, 2014 Indrisek, Scott, “90 Artists Think in Pink at Cathouse FUNeral,” BlackBook, 2014 Boyd, Robert, “Exiles at Rincon Social” The Great God Pan is Dead, 2013 Baker, Peter, “Swerve and Fracture,” Twice Two blog, 2013 Eler, Alicia, “Carrying on a Political Absurdist Legacy,” Hyperallergic, 2013 Yeapanis, Stacia, “The Other People Pixels Interviews Caroline Wells Chandler,” The Other Peoples Pixels Blog, 2013 NY Arts Staff, “Three NYC Group Shows To See This February,” NY Arts, 2013 “Picture This: The First Cut is the Deepest at Anna Kustera,” Arte Fuse, 2013 O’Sullivan, Michael, “Interwoven: Art.Craft.Design,” The Washington Post, 2013 Schwartz, Chip, “Vox Populi Heads into Uncharted Waters of 2013,” Knight Arts, 2013 Wagner, Amanda, “‘Accumulation:’ Trash as Art,” The Inquirer, 2012 Wagner, Amanda, “For the Holiday Haters,” Cultural Passport Drexel University, 2012 Villalongo, William. “Caroline Chandler,” BYTS Catalog, Stieglitz Museum, ‘sHertogenbosch, The Netherlands, 2011 Greenberg, Daniel. “Caroline Chandler,” Yale University School of Art Painting + Printmaking MFA 2011, 2011 Cannon, Kelly. “Artist Profile,” Dimensions Art Journal, Yale University, New Haven, CT, 2010


EVIE FALCI EDUCATION 2003-07 BFA, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD AWARDS 2011-12 Marie Walsh Sharpe Space Program Grant RESIDENCIES 2008 Artist in Residence, The Wassaic Project, Wassaic NY SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2016 Veils, Castor Gallery, New York, NY 2015 Voids & Invocations, The Lodge Gallery, New York, NY 2013 Everything All Night, Jeff Bailey Gallery, New York, NY 2011 False Idles, Magic Pictures Gallery, New York, NY SOLO PROJECTS 2013 Upfront, Feature Inc., New York, NY  2009 Small Paintings, Cake Shop, New York, NY SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2016 Common Threads, Danese/Corey, New York, NY Soft Symmetry, Phoebe Gallery, Baltimore, MD Geo Necro, Ada Gallery, Richmond, VA 2015 Lesser Deities of Summer, Underdronk Gallery, Brooklyn, NY Not A Painting, The Hole, New York, NY WomanHouse, Eric Firestone Gallery, East Hampton, NY Ornamenting Crime, Galerie Zurcher, New York, NY The Musical Box, Jeff Bailey Gallery, Hudson, NY Jewels, Norte Maar in collaboration with Schema Projects, Brooklyn, NY 2014 Witches, Improvised Showboat/Underdronk Gallery, Brooklyn, NY Inaugural Show, Regina Rex/Harbor Gallery, New York, NY Storage Wars, Eric Firestone Gallery, East Hampton, NY Let’s Go Let Go, 33 Orchard Gallery, New York, NY Dazed and Confused, Eric Firestone Gallery, East Hampton, NY Shrink It Pink It, Cathouse FUNeral Gallery, Brooklyn, NY 2013 TGFS, Lodge Gallery, New York, NY Tell Them I Hate Them, Greenpoint Terminal Gallery, Brooklyn, NY Diamonds, Diamonds, Gallery Diet, Miami, FL 2012 Your Face is a Landscape, Field Projects, New York, NY 2011 In Between the Sheets, Harlem Workspace, New York, NY It’s Hot Inside, Jeff Bailey Gallery, New York, NY Visitations, Magic Pictures Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

2010 2009 2007

Your Third Eye is a Dictator, Gowanus Studio Space, Brooklyn, NY Fragments, Parlor, New York, NY Two Degrees of Separation, Gallery Satori, New York, NY Life Goes On, Parlor, Brooklyn, NY The Mashup Show Art Will Eat Itself, Noma Gallery, San Francisco, CA Antagonism, Hacks, and Hoaxes, Maryland Art Place, Baltimore, MD

CURATORIAL PROJECTS 2015 SEDUCERS: Greenpoint Terminal Gallery, Brooklyn, NY PUBLICATIONS Brown, Indya, New York Magazine, The Cut, “If You Can’t Buy the Art, Buy the Clutch Instead”, May 11, 2016. Laster, Paul, The Observer, “Weekend Edition: 11 Things to Do in New York’s Art World Before August 18”, August 13, 2015. Farley, Michael Anthony, Art Fag City, “This Week’s Must See: Waacking, Eating, Tweeting, Painting”, August 10, 2015. Smith, Nancy, Art Lovers NY, “Flashback Evie Falci”, July 24, 2015. Jordan, Eliza, White Wall Magazine, “Evie Falci: Goddess Consciousness, Magic, and Rhinestones”, June 26, 2015. Brito, Maria, Out There NYC, “Evie Falci’s Bling and Mysticism”, October 13, 2014. Mateo, Ashley, Refinery 29, “Beauty Nation”, June 24, 2014. Boquet, Alexandra, Newton Magazine, “Lʼenvoûtante Evie Falci”, October 3, 2014. Jurek, Irena, NY Arts Magazine, “The Necessary Magician: Irena Jurek Talks Work with Evie Falci”, November 2013. Marucci, Emily, Seen Heard Known, “Evie Falci: Fashion on Fabric”, December 12, 2013. Tanenbaum, Emily, Interview Magazine, “The Beadazzling Evie Falci”, November 21, 2013. Weiss, Emily, Into The Gloss, “Top Shelf: Evie Falci: Artist”, October 9, 2013. Jurek, Irena, Best of All Worlds, “Evie Falci, Studio Visit”, August 18, 2012. PUBLIC COLLECTIONS Art in Embassies, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia 


RACHEL FRANK EDUCATION 2005 Masters of Fine Arts, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, ME The Royal College of Art, Exchange Program, London, England 2003 Bachelors of Fine Arts, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO AWARDS AND HONORS 2016 Innoko National Wildlife Refuge, Voices of the Wilderness Artist-in-Residence Program, Innoko Wilderness, Alaska 2014 Platte Clove Cabin, Catskill Center, Artist-inResidence, Elka Park, NY 2012 Yaddo, Artist-in-Residence, Saratoga Springs, NY BRIC Media Fellowship, Brooklyn, NY 2011 Franklin Furnace Archive, Inc., Grant Recipient, Brooklyn, NY 2010 The Women’s Studio Workshop, Bookmaking Residency, Rosendale, NY The Puffin Foundation, Grant Recipient, Teaneck, NJ 2008 The Rema Hort Mann Foundation, Grant Nomination, New York, NY 2007 The Pollock-Krasner Foundation, Inc., Grant Recipient, New York, NY The Sculpture Space, Artist-in-Residence, Utica, NY 2006 Artist Alliance Inc., Studio Grant Recipient, New York, NY The Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation, Grant Recipient, Quebec, Canada 2005 Marie Walsh Sharpe Foundation, Studio Grant Recipient, New York, NY International Sculpture Center, Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award, Hamilton, NJ University of Pennsylvania Skowhegan Matching Fellowship, Philadelphia, PA 2004 University of Pennsylvania, Juror’s Choice Award, Fox Gallery, Philadelphia, PA Robert Engman Award, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA  SOLO AND TWO PERSON EXHIBITIONS AND PERFORMANCES 2015 Rewilding Stuyvesant Cove Park (Performance), Solar One, Stuyvesant Cove Park, New York, NY Rewilding Manhattan (Performance), The Select Fair (Presented by TSA and Franklin FurnacesArchive), New York, NY Sleep of Reason (Performance), The Marran Theater, Lesley University, Cambridge, MA 2014 Rewilding Platte Clove (Performance), Various

2013 2011 2010 2009 2004 2003

locations in The Catskill Mountains, NY Bed on the Floor (Collaboration with Matt Bollinger), Zürcher Studio, New York, NY Sleep of Reason, (Performance), HERE, New York, NY Masks and Mirrors (Solo), The Women’s Studio Workshop, Rosendale, NY Sleep of Reason (Performance), The Bushwick Starr, Brooklyn, NY Sleep of Reason (Performance), Vaudeville Park, Brooklyn, NY Black Pool (Solo), Mariboe Gallery, Peddie School, Hightstown, NJ Recent Work (Solo), The Fahrenheit Gallery, Kansas City, MO Rapt, The Fahrenheit Gallery, Kansas City, MO

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2016 Common Threads, Curated by Brent Auxier, Danese/Corey, New York, NY (Upcoming) Stages, Curated by Matt Bollinger, Zürcher Studio, New York, NY 2015 Feelers, Curated by Susan Metrican, Boston Center for the Arts, Mills Gallery, Boston, MA Pop Up: Franklin Park Art Grove, (Performance, The Autobiographical Animal with Ian Deleón), Franklin Park Art Grove, Boston, MA Stream: Chapter 2 (Helpless) ANTHROPOSCENIC  (Film screening, Rockaway in collaboration with Brian Zegeer and Ben Lee), Curated by Jillian Brodie, Survivalist Cinema, South Windham, VT Franklin Park Art Grove Kick-Off Party, (Performance, The Autobiographical Animal with Ian Deleón), Samson Projects, Boston, MA  AIR Exhibition, The Catskill Erpf Center, Arkville, NY New Short Film Festival, (Film screening, I will make you), Jackson Library, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, NC 2014 Skowhegan PERFORMS, (Performance, Rewilding Socrates Sculpture Park), Socrates Sculpture Park, Long Island City, NY Fabrica Utopia Festival, (Film screening, The Traveler), Andros Island, Greece Video Art Festival Miden (Film screening. The Traveler), Kallitechniko Steki, Othonos Square, Kalamata, Greece Breathless, Curated by Kristin Sancken, House of the Nobleman, Rush Galley, New York, NY 2013 Works on Paper; TSA Gallery, Brooklyn, NY Signs of Life, Curated by Richard Burroughs & Charlotte Mouquin, Rush Corridor Gallery,Brooklyn, NY At Land and Sea, (Film screening, Rockaway in collaboration with Brian Zegeer and Ben Lee)/ Curated by Nick Shimkin, UnionDocs Center for


2012

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2005

Documentary Art, Brooklyn, NY In Search of…., Curated by Dustin Dennis, Amanda Lechner & Chris Ulivo, TSA Gallery, Brooklyn, NY Pagan Holiday, Curated by Jacob Rhodes, Field Projects, New York, NY In Search of…., Curated by Dustin Dennis, Amanda Lechner & Chris Ulivo, Rhodes College, Memphis TN; The Art and Design Gallery, The University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS The Shadow Side, Curated by Josh Anderson, Peru State College, Peru, NE Creative Nonfiction, Kunsthalle Galapagos, Brooklyn, NY Drawings Related to Performance Works, 92Y TRIBECA, New York, NY New Prints 2012/Winter, International Print Center New York, New York, NY Skowhegan PERFORMS, Socrates Sculpture Park, New York, NY Chain Letter, Samson, Boston, MA Emerging Artists Exhibition, Curated by Julian Zugazagoitia, The Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO Tompkins Projects West: Works on Paper, Dan Graham Project Space, Los Angeles, CA Out of Bounds, Curated by Ryan Russo, Barrier Free Living, New York, NY Sub Terrain, Curated by Andrew Thompson, WORK: Ann Arbor, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI Departure/Arrival, Curated by Jonah Criswell & Maria Buszek, La Esquina, Kansas City, MO Will It Happen?, Elga Wimmer Gallery, New York, NY Postcards from the Edge, Metro Pictures, New York, NY Dream Tigers, Curated by Brian Zegeer, Vaudeville Park, Brooklyn, NY Solid Gold; Vox Populi, Philadelphia, PA Works on Paper, Cuchifritos, New York, NY A Muzzle of Bees, Curated by Thomas Brauer, 33 Bond Gallery, New York, NY No New Tale to Tell, 31 Grand Gallery, New York, NY Working Space, Cuchifritos, New York, NY This is Not the Future, Vox Populi, Philadelphia, PA Our Dark Heroes, Secret Project Robot, Brooklyn, NY MFA Biennial, The Delaware Center for Contemporary Arts, Wilmington, DE MFA Thesis Exhibition, The Ice Box Gallery, Philadelphia, PA  Outstanding Student Achievement in

2003 2002

Contemporary Sculpture Exhibition, Grounds for Sculpture, Hamilton, NJ BFA Thesis Exhibition, H&R Block Art Space, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO  The Stray Show, with The Fahrenheit Gallery, Kingsbury, Chicago, IL National Society of Arts and Letters: Small Sculpture Exhibition, Opie Gallery, Leedy-Voulkos Arts Center, Kansas City, MO

LECTURES AND SCHOOL VISITS 2016 Hofstra University, Guest Juror and Visiting Artist, Hempstead, NY 2015 North American Drama Therapy Association, Conference Co-presenter, A Reflection on the Uses of Performance Art as Social Commentary, White Plains, NY Franklin Grove Panel Discussion with Dr. Barbara Lewis, Empathetic Environments: Animals as Mentors, Masks, and Mirrors, Franklin Park, Wilderness Picnic Grove, Boston, MA Lesley University, Visiting Artist/Workshops/ Performance, Cambridge, MA 2013 SUNY Purchase, Visiting Artist/Lecturer, Purchase, NY 2012 SUNY Purchase, Visiting Artist/Lecturer, Purchase, NY AICAD Kansas City Art Institute Summer Studio Intensive, Visiting Artist/Lecturer, Brooklyn, NY Pratt Institute, Professional Practice Lecturer, Brooklyn, NY The Kansas City Art Institute, Visiting Artist/Panel Discussion, Kansas City, MO 2011 Pratt Institute, Professional Practice Lecturer in conjunction with NYFA, Brooklyn, NY 2010 SUNY New Paltz, Visiting Artist/Professional Practice Workshop, New Paltz, NY The Kansas City Art Institute, Visiting Artist/Panel Discussion, Kansas City, MO 2009 Peddie School, Visiting Artist/Lecturer, Hightstown, NJ 2008 Stanford University, Visiting Artist/Lecturer, Palo Alto, CA 2007 Rhode Island School of Art and Design, Visiting Artist, Providence, RI 2006 Rhode Island School of Art and Design, Visiting Artist, Providence, RI CURATORIAL PROJECTS 2016 Divisions (Film screening with The Skowhegan Alliance), Skowhegan Offices, New York, NY Excavations, Field Projects, New York, NY 2015 The Impossible, (Film screening with The Skowhegan Alliance), Skowhegan Offices, New York, NY 


2014 2013 2012 2011

The Double, (Film screening with The Skowhegan Alliance), The Select Fair, New York, NY This Might Not Be For Now, (Film screening with The Skowhegan Alliance), Cabinet, Brooklyn, NY and Public Fiction, Los Angeles, CA Liars, Actors, and Believers, (Film screening with The Skowhegan Alliance), Cabinet, Brooklyn, NY The Double, (Film screening with The Skowhegan Alliance), Cabinet, Brooklyn NY and LAXART, Los Angeles, CA Out of the Woods, (Film screening with The Skowhegan Alliance), Regina Rex, Brooklyn, NY

PUBLICATIONS AND PRESS Frank, Rachel and Sarah Madole. “EXCAVATIONS: A Conversation on Fragments” Field Projects, April 2016. A.K., Atif, “EXCAVATIONS - Imagination Worth Digging” Arte Fuse, March 28, 2016. Rubin, Maxine Margo. “Rewilding Manhattan: Interview with Rachel Frank”, The Many Shades of Green, Brooklyn, NY, August 2015, Radio Interview  WSI Administration, “Signs of Life” Wall Street International Magazine, November 26, 2013. Kohler, William Eckhardt. “Matt Bollinger at Zürcher Studio: The Road of Ashes” The Huffington Post, March 28, 2013.  Hitchings, Jen. “In Search Of…Elegantly Mystical Work as TSA” The Bushwick Daily,March 4, 2013.  Lechner, Amanda, and Dustin Dennis. In Search of…, Exhibition catalog, November 11th - December 7th, 2012, The University of Kansas Art and Design Gallery, Lawrence, KS.  Frank, Rachel. Untitled. Ed. Paper Monument. Draw it with Your Eyes Closed: the Art of the Art Assignment. New York City: n+1 Foundation Inc., 2012: 18  Frank, Rachel. Sleep of Reason. Emergency INDEX. Ed. Gluzman, Yelena. Brooklyn: Ugly Duckling Press, 2012: 71  Connell, Lee. “Rachel Frank: Drawing out the Shadows” Women’s Studio Workshop, December 6, 2010.  Frank, Rachel. Sleep of Reason. Rosendale: The Women’s Studio Workshop, 2010  Sanders, Brad. “Sub-Terrain explores states of being at Work Gallery” The Michigan Daily, September 27, 2010.  Tateishi, Stephen. “Comments on the Retreat into Reality” Sleep of Reason: A Sculptural Performance (Brochure), March 2010, February 2011. Lerner, Sarah. “Shocking Photos are Dramatically Interpreted at Vaudeville Park” Time Out New York, March 24, 2010.  Purcell, Janet. “Inspirations of Young and Imaginative Artists on Display at Grounds for Sculpture” The Times, Friday, December 9, 2005. Fallon, Roberta. “Schools’ Clout” The Philadelphia Weekly, May 18-24, 2005: 45.  “Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Awards” Sculpture, October 2005: 59.  Ismael, Amelia. “Rachel Frank and James Woodfill at the

Fahrenheit Gallery” Review, February 2005: 48.  Bembnister, Theresa; Kaufmann, Gina. “Rachel Frank: Art Capsule Review” The Pitch, Kansas City October 28, 2004.  Trafton, Robin. “Soft Cloth Becomes a Harsh Reality” The Kansas City Star, October 9, 2004: 10.  Buszek, Maria. “In Review” Surface Design Journal, Spring 2004: 48-49. Doug Kubert, “Best Pairing of Artists, Best of Kansas City”, The Pitch, October 9, 2003 Thorson, Alice. “Absurd and Violent” The Kansas City Star, June 27, 2003: 27.


LEAH GUADAGNOLI EDUCATION 2014 MFA in Visual Arts at Mason Gross School of the Art, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey 2012 BFA Painting and Art History, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC)  RESIDENCES   2016 Vermont Studio Center (full fellowship) 2015 Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, NY HONORS/AWARDS/GRANTS  2016 Vermont Studio Center Fellowship, Johnson, VT 2013 Dedalus Foundation M.F.A. Fellowship Nomination, New York, NY 2012 Mason Gross Tepper Family Scholarship in Visual Art, Rutgers University James R. and Dorothy E. Shipley Award, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Outstanding Senior in Painting Award, 2010-12 Murphy Art & Chemistry Research Grant, Champaign, IL 2008-12 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign School of Art and Design Tuition Waiver 2011 Lydia E. Parker Bates Scholarship, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Florence M. House Materials Award, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Judith Life Ikenberry Award, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign YMCA Bailey Scholar, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Clyde P. Davis Study Abroad Award, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign University of Georgia Studies Abroad Stipend, University of Georgia Carlene and Andy Ziegler Study Abroad Award, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 2010 Lois Marie Orr Award, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2016 Addison Assassin, 247365, New York, NY GROUP EXHIBITIONS  2016 Common Threads, Danese/Corey, New York, NY White Columns 2016 Benefit Auction and Exhibition, New York, NY  Elysian Redux, Asya Geisberg Gallery, New York, NY  Recess, Harper’s Books, East Hampton, NY 247365, New York, NY (forthcoming) 2015 NADA Miami Beach with 247365, Miami, FL  Inside Joke, Formerly Gallery, Brooklyn, NY BHQFU Transparent Critique, NADA, New York, NY

2014

Ballet X Benefit, Bridget Mayer Gallery, Philadelphia, PA   Jersey Fresh, Pioneer Works, New York, NY Fat Moon, Mason Gross Art Gallery, New Brunswick NJ  2013 Welcome Back Show, Mason Gross Art Gallery, New Brunswick NJ  The Breakfast Club, 144 Spencer St. Brooklyn, NY  2012 1st Year Review, Mason Gross Art Gallery, New Brunswick, NJ Cortona Reunion Show, Lamar Dodd School of Art, Athens, GA UIUC BFA Exhibition Show, Krannert Art Museum, Champaign, IL Pieces, Independent Media Center, Urbana, IL 2011 How Later Were You Here Last Night? Link Gallery, Champaign, IL La Mostra, Palazzo Vagnotti, Cortona, Italy  2010 Behind Our Expressions, 5th Story Gallery, Champaign, IL Creatures,  Women’s Resource Center, Champaign, IL The Golden Nugget, Indigo Gallery, Champaign, IL BIBLIOGRAPHY Paddy Johnson, “This Week’s Must See Events”, Art F City, May 16, 2016. New American Paintings, MFA Annual Issue, 2016. “247365 Announces Full Artist Roster”, Art News, March 13, 2016. “Visual Happenings Small Talk”, Interview with Sarah R. Radin, Culture Island, March 9, 2016. Featured Artist and interview with Aaron Ziolkwoski, Maake Magazine, 2016. Little Star Weekly, Curated by Zach Fishman, Feb 12, 2016. “What’s On”, Sculpture Center’s Curators’ Notebook, Feb 5, 2016. Chiara Harrison Lambe. “Dancing in My Underpants”, Roll Magazine, 2016. Merrily Kerr, “Don’t Miss”, New York Art Tours, Feb. 2016. Alex Allenchey, “Your Art Weekend”, Sugarlift, Jan 21, 2016. Mullins, Nathan. “I’m a Painter But...”, Mississippi Modern, Aug 4, 2015. Greenberg, Alyssa. “Rutgers Goes to Red Hook”, April 8, 2015. Fundator, Rachel. “Bold Shapes, Confrontational Colors, and Odd Spaces” UIUC B.F.A. Exhibition Catalogue, 2012. Hess, Hannah. “IUB Program Makes Students into Teachers” The Daily Illini, March 5, 2009. TEACHING 2013-14 Part-Time Lecturer, Mason Gross School of the Art, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey PUBLIC LECTURES 2014 Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn Harbor, NY


ROBIN KANG EDUCATION 2012 MFA, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL 2004 BFA, Photography, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX (Cum Laude)

2013

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2013 Woven/Bits, First Things, NY, NY 2011 Seismic Industry, Gallery X, Chicago, IL

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2016 Common Threads, Danese/Corey, New York, NY 2015 Art in Embassies, US Embassy in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 2015-17 Integral Structure, Shintaro Akatsu School of Design, Bridgeport, CT Checkered History: The Grid in Art & Life, Outpost, New York, NY EXPO Chicago, Regina Rex, Chicago, IL A Thin Line Separates Laughter From Pain, SVA, CP Project Space, NY, NY Material Myth, Catinca Tabacaru Gallery, New York, NY Warp and Weft, Stitch Chain & Pearl: Textiles in the Ahmanson Collection, Irvine, CA Neo-Craftivism, The Parlour Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY BAM Art Auction, Cheim & Read, New York, NY JustMAD6, Outlet, Madrid, Spain Select Fair, New Apostle Gallery, New York, NY Merkx&Gwynne’s King Arthur Rock Banquet, Present Company, Brooklyn, NY Making History, Storefront Ten Eyck, Brooklyn, NY 99 cent Plus Art Shop II, 99 cent Plus, Brooklyn, NY Between a Place and Candy, Norte Maar, Ave of the Americas Art Gallery, New York, NY Static Cling 2, BAM, Brooklyn, NY LOOMINOSITY, Outlet, Brooklyn, NY 2014 Wigner’s Friends, Johannes Vogt Gallery, New York, NY Danger is in the Neatness of Identification, Catinca Tabacaru Gallery, New York, NY Thread Lines (performer in Anne Wilson’s ‘To Cross’), The Drawing Center, New York, NY Crossing Brooklyn (performer in Skeleton Jerry), Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY Two Two One, Regina Rex, New York, NY Smash n Grab, Locust Projects, Miami, FL Static Cling, Penelope, Brooklyn, NY Maspeth World of Wheels, Knockdown Center, Flushing, NY Form: Art + Floral, Room 1520, Chicago, IL Azetagh, Outlet, Brooklyn, NY

2012

Core Memory, Aqua Miami Art Fair, Miami, FL Fresh 10, Outlet, Brooklyn, NY Being a Woman in an All Women Show, Heaven Gallery, Chicago, IL Brimming on the Edge, West Harlem Art Fund, Andrew Freedman House, Bronx, NY Op3nr3p0.net Share Fest, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL New Work, Sullivan Galleries, Chicago, IL New New York, Essl Museum, Vienna, Austria Circa 1970, Heaven Gallery, Chicago, IL SAIC MFA Thesis Exhibition, Sullivan Galleries, Chicago, IL Internet Superheroes Art and Tech: Downcast Eyes, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL Mayor Rham Emanual’s office, City Hall, Chicago, IL SAIC President Walter Massey’s office, Chicago, IL Mind and Reality, Cofa Space Gallery, Sidney, Australia New Wave Ladies Nite, 2nd Floor Rear 24 hour Alternative Space Festival, Chicago, IL

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS Andrew Goldstein. Artspac.com, “8 Rising Stars to Watch at Expo,” September 19, 2015. Pierre Bienamie .Konbini.com, “This Artist Uses a Digital Loom,” July 3, 2015. #ffffffwalls.com, “Studio Visit,” July 2015. Benjamin Sutton. Hyperallergic.com, “In Bushwick, Exhibition Tears Down Walls,” June 19, 2015. Bmoreart.com, “24 Hours in Brooklyn, Art & Culture,” June 18, 2015. Paul D’Agostino. TheLMagazine.com, “L Rex:Art,” June 4, 2015. Kate Liebman. Brooklyn Rail, “Artseen: Between A Place and Candy,” June 3, 2015. Katie Killary. BushwickDaily.com, “Mythical Creatures, Spookly,” May 22, 2015. James Panero. The New Criterion.com, “Gallery Chronicle,” April 2015. Ricardo Mor. Miami Herald Online, “Highlight of Aqua, works by Robin Kang,” December 5, 2013. Mark Caro. Chicago Tribune, Arts & Entertainment cover feature, “Emanuel’s Taste for Chicago,” 2011. Lauren Weinberg. Timeout Chicago, “Arts & Design Feature,” 2011.


JACOB RHODES EDUCATION 2011 AIM, The Bronx Museum, Bronx, NY 2007 Yale University, New Haven, CT, M.F.A. 2005 Skowhegan Residency, Skowhegan, ME 2002 US Army, Infantry Training, Ft. Wainwright, AK 2001 Otis College of Art & Design, Los Angeles, CA, B.F.A.

LECTURES/WORKSHOP 2011 Guest Lector and Workshop, Stetson University, FL 2010 Director, Brooklyn Critque Workshop, NY 2008 Guest Lector, Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandicing, CA 2007 Guest Lector, Otis College of Art, CA

AWARDS 2006 Yale School of Art Scholarship 2005 Yale School of Art Scholarship 2005 Skowhegan School of Painting Scholarship 2004 Army Achievement Medal Expert Infantry Badge 2003 Army Achievement Medal 2001 Best in Show, Otis BFA Thesis Otis College of Art Scholarship

PUBLICATIONS 2011 AIM Biennale, Catalogue 2010 “7 Rings Project”, Huffington Post, Beer N Gear 2009 Mixtape Vol 1, Daily Serving The Button Down 2007 Dimensions, Vol II, issue ii//may Grandmother Files 2006 Oxnard, It’s Me, Not You 2005 I Want to Sleep and Shed My Teeth 2004 Made in Fairbanks, Catalogue 2003 Cover Song (Song), Catalogue 1997 Aardwolf Fan Zine 1-5

EXHIBITIONS 2011 AIM Biennale, Bronx Museum, Bronx, NY 2010 Little, Galerie Im Regierungsviertel, Berlin, DE Tremors, The Forgotten Bar, Berlin, DE Try, Jen Bekman Gallery, New York, NY 2009 Mixtape, Federal Art Project, Los Angeles, CA (WWWD?) The Best Rapper Alive, Bushwick Star, Brooklyn, NY 2008 FAAN (Fine Art Adoption Network), Pocket Utopia, Brooklyn, NY 2007 Poof We’re Gone, Big Car Gallery, Indianapolis, IN Yale MFA Exhibition, Yale Art Gallery, New Haven, CT 2006 The Seventh Side of the Die, Alona Kagan Gallery, New York Banal Aesthetic, Cal. State University, Long Beach, CA 2005 Group Show, Yale Gallery, New Haven, CT Mods vs. Skins, Well Street Art Co., Fairbanks, AK 2004 Made in Fairbanks, Museum of the North, Fairbanks, AK Gun Show, Well Street Art Co., Fairbanks, AK 2003 Cover Song (Song), Pirate Records, Fairbanks, AK 2002 London is Balling, Bart Wells Institute, London, UK Post Mortem, Post Artium, Long Beach, CA Selfish, Bliss Gallery, Pasadena, CA 2001 Four Corners, White Room Gallery, Valencia, CA BFA Thesis, Bolsky Gallery, Los Angeles, CA Daisy Chain, 1818 Gallery, Los Angeles, CA CURATORIAL PRACTICE 2005-07 Director of WolfSuit Gallery, New Haven, Ct 2002 Across the Pond (A Suitcase Show), Practice Space Gallery, Los Angeles, CA 2001 Snow (11 Los Angeles Artists on something they know nothing about… So what’s new?), Practice, Space Gallery, Los Angeles, CA


SEAN RILEY EDUCATION 2004 MFA Sculpture, University of Pennsylvania 1999 BFA Painting, Massachusetts College of Art AWARDS & RESIDENCIES 2016 Joan Mitchell Center, Artist in Residence 2013 Art Fund Grant, Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation 2011 The Corporation of Yaddo, Resident 2011 Individual Artist Grant, Northern Berkshire Local Cultural Council 2010 Viewing Program, Drawing Center, New York, NY 2005 Artist in Residence, MCLA Gallery 51, North Adams, MA 2004 Joan Mitchell Foundation MFA Grant, New York, NY 2004 Charles Addams Memorial Scholarship, University of Pennsylvania 2003 Vermont Studio Center Scholarship, University of Pennsylvania 1999 Marilyn Goldberg Memorial Scholarship, Massachusetts College of Art SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2015 Piecing It Together, Knight Gallery @ CCRI, Warwick, RI 2012 Everyday Will Be Sunday, Arts Center of the Capital Region, Troy, NY 2012 Meet Me In the Middle of the Air, MCLA Gallery 51, North Adams, MA 2010 Everything Is OK, MCLA Gallery 51, North Adams, MA SELECTED GROUP & TWO-PERSON EXHIBITIONS 2016 Common Threads, Danese Corey, New York, NY 2016 in over out under through, Gallery 263, Cambridge, MA 2015 Flatfiles 2015-2016, TSA New York, Brooklyn, NY 2015 A Pattern Language, Lamont Gallery, Exeter, NH 2015 Hyperintersection, Pageant Soloveev, Philadelphia, PA 2013 Ellipses: Alumni Works in 3D, Bakalar Gallery, Mass Art & Design, Boston, MA 2011 Home Again, Home Again, REDUX, Charleston, SC  2011 Free Range: Painting and UPENN, Meyerson Gallery, Philadelphia, PA 2009 Aforteore, Pageant Soloveev, Philadelphia, PA 2009 Woodshed II: The Next 100 Hours, MCLA Gallery 51, North Adams, MA 2008 Rag and Bone, Pageant Soloveev, Philadelphia, PA 2007 MCLA Gallery 51 @ The Storefront Artist Project, Pittsfield, MA 2006 Joan Mitchell Foundation 04-05 MFA Grant Recipients, CUE Foundation, New York, NY 2006 Ending of the Beginning, Pageant Soloveev,

2006 2006 2005 2005 2003 2003 2001

Philadelphia, PA Here and There, Kolok Gallery, North Adams, MA Sean Riley & Ven Voisey, MCLA Gallery 51, North Adams, MA Polar/Solar, Pageant Soloveev, Philadelphia, PA The Desk Project, MCLA Gallery 51, North Adams, MA  Contemporary Drawing 2003, T. W. Wood Gallery, Montpelier, VT Art of the State of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania State Museum, Harrisburg, PA Sean Riley/Vaal London Kane, Tunnel City Gallery, North Adams, MA

BIBLIOGRAPHY Rosof, Libby. “Obsession and Rhythms.” The Artblog. December 14, 2005 Amenoff, Gregory. “Forward.” Joan Mitchell Foundation 2004-2005 MFA Grant Catalog. 2006 Barbour, Jennifer. “Sean Riley “Everyday Will Be Sunday” at the Arts Center of the Capital Region.” www. TheExhibitionTourist.wordpress.com. 11.14.12 Raymond, David. “A Pattern Language- Review.” Art New England. Pg. 77 Sept/Oct 2015 Jablonski, Mary Kathryn. “The eye, the hand, the picture plane: Sean Riley Art & Interview” www. numerocinqmagazine.com. 02.06.16 TEACHING & LECTURES 2016 Pattern Evolves, Visual MashUp, Joan Mitchell Center, New Orleans, LA 2016 Deeper Still, Lecture, Harvard & Brown University, Chiasmi Conference 2015 Color, Community College of Rhode Island 2015 Lecture, Brown University 2015 Drawing l, Community College of Rhode Island 2014 Drawing l, Community College of Rhode Island 2013 Drawing l, Community College of Rhode Island


AMY GIOVANNA RINALDI EDUCATION 2012 MFA Painting/Printmaking, Yale University, New Haven, CT 2009 BA, Studio Art, High Honors, Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH 2007-08  GLCA New York Arts Program GRANTS AND AWARDS 2011 Yale Norfolk Teaching Fellowship 2009 AICUO Art Award Grand Prize Winner SELECTED EXHIBITIONS 2016 Common Threads, Danese Corey, New York, NY 2016 Amy Giovanna Rinaldi, KOKI Arts, Tokyo, Japan 2015 The Bedroom Show, Curated by Peter Clough, Brooklyn, NY 2015 New Objects: Amy Giovanna Rinaldi, Sushi Gallery, Brooklyn, NY 2014 Static Cling, Penelope Gallery, Queens, NY 2014 The Last Brucennial, 837 Washington Street, New York, NY 2014 Its a Yale Thing, N’namdi Center for Contemporary Art, Detroit, MI 2014 Paintingwall (Janus at 8:16 ), Touch Gallery, Cambridge, MA 2013 What to do?, Brooklyn, NY 2013 The Milk Shed Show, West Newbury, MA 2012 Eyes Off the Flag, Motus Fort Gallery, Tokyo, Japan 2012 Lotte Arts Group Exhibition, Lotte Arts, San Francisco, CA 2012 Thing: An Outdoor Sculpture Show, Cornwall, CT 2012 Yale School of Art Thesis Exhibition, Green Gallery, New Haven, CT 2011 Norfolk Staff Exhibition, Yale Norfolk Program, Norfolk, CT 2011 Painting/Printmaking 2nd Year Show, Green Gallery, New Haven, CT 2010 First Year MFA Exhibition, Green Gallery, New Haven, CT 2009 Senior Studio and Thesis, Fisher Gallery, Oberlin, OH 2009 Senior Art Exhibition, Allen Memorial Art Building, Oberlin, OH 2009 Culminations: Group Studio EXPO, Oberlin, OH 2009 16mm Exco Screening, Oberlin, OH 2009 Sound and Image, Oberlin, OH 2009 Art Walk, Oberlin, OH 2009 Translation and Conversion, Play Gallery, Istanbul, Turkey 2009 2009 Proteus, Fisher Gallery, Oberlin, OH 2009 2008 Abstract Individuals, Hales Gymnasium, Oberlin, OH 2008 2008 Senior Thesis Halfway, Fisher Gallery, Oberlin, OH 2008

2008

Nature of the Abstract, 145 North Main Street, Oberlin, OH 2008 Fine Arts Expo, Fisher Gallery, Oberlin, OH 2007 Lovis Dies, Lovis Dies Collective, Oberlin, OH Art Walk, Oberlin, OH

2007 2007 2007 BIBLIOGRAPHY 2016 Sculpture Center Notebook: Amy Giovanna Rinaldi, Sculpture Center 2015 Ben Sutton. “At Bushwick Open Studios, Sculptors Make a Stand,” Hyperallergic 2015 Ben Sutton “Tightly Bound and Bursting with Texture,” Hyperallergic 2015 Creeps Annual Artist Review, Creeps Annual 2014 Amy Giovanna Rinaldi Studio Spotlight: Staring at the wall 2014 “Textile Paintings,” Armoire Magazine 2014 Higher Education at N’Namdi Center for Contemporary Art: “Do The Yale Thing”, Knightarts.org 2013 Susan Surface. “Textile, Texture, and Paint at 1717 Troutman, Arts in Bushwick,“ 2012 Jane Fisher. “Not Your Grandmothers Art Show,” Out of Order Magazine 2009 “AICUO Art Award,” Georgia State Review 2009 “Amy Giovanna Rinaldi/Misha Davidoff,” The Oberlin Review PUBLICATIONS 2016 Precog Mag V1, Contributor 2015 Textile Paintings, Armoire Magazine 2012 Draw it with Your Eyes Closed: The Art of The Art Assignment, Paper Monument, Published Assignment Under Artist Rochelle Feinstein PUBLIC COLLECTIONS Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin, OH AICUO Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH 


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Common Threads 2016  

Catalogue to accompany the exhibition "Common Threads," curated by Brent Auxier at Danese/Corey, New York, from June 3 - July 29, 2016.