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NIGHT, SHORTLY Curated by Halsey McKay Gallery 9 June 2018 – 27 July 2018

Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC

Installation View, 2018 Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC

Anne-Lise Coste’s paintings have the immediacy of graffiti and allow her to express subjective moods mixed with political criticism. Her dada-influenced language and intensely lyrical images exude irony, rebellion and emotion. She creates seemingly straightforward compositions that actually offer us a catalogue of contemporary anxieties. Her Bones paintings act as a kind of Rorschach as she cites “these bones that in 2001 Space Odyssey are shown to be the tool of the creator or destroyer. These bones that float in Georgia O’Keefe paintings. These bones seem to cut sharply to the center of something that is keenly alive in the desert even though it is vast and empty and untouchable... And knows no kindness with all its beauty.”

ANNE-LISE COSTE Permanent Magenta Little Bone, 2016 Oil paint on canvas 18 x 12 in.

ANNE-LISE COSTE Chromium Oxyde Green Little Bone, 2016 Oil paint on canvas 18 x 12 in.

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ANNE-LISE COSTE lack Little Bone, 2016 Oil paint on canvas 18 x 12 in.

ANNE-LISE COSTE Naples Yellow Light Little Bone, 2016 Oil paint on canvas 18 x 12 in.

ANNE-LISE COSTE Vermilion Hue Little Bone, 2016 Oil paint on canvas 18 x 12 in.

Installation View, 2018 Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC

ANNE-LISE COSTE Bone (Yellow), 2016 Oil on canvas 62 1/2 x 46 1/2 in.

The exhibition’s title is borrowed from a sundial motto inscription, one of many that Chris Duncan has sewn into black fabric and placed on his studio roof for a six-month period. These works continue Duncan’s ongoing exploration of the sun as metaphor, inspiration and subject. The stitched fabric absorbs ultraviolet rays, rain, and windblown particles over time and employs the celestial body as fabricator. Without the use of dye, emulsion or any intentionally manipulated chemical process, tightly detailed imagery emerges through time and creates a sun-bleached exposure. Once harvested, the thread is cut and removed, allowing the scrunched fabric to flatten and reveal the ghostly appropriated messages.

Installation View, 2018 Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC

CHRIS DUNCAN One Of These Will Be Your Last, 2018 Direct sunlight on fabric 26 x 18 in.

CHRIS DUNCAN The Sun Provides the Shadow, 2018 Direct sunlight on fabric 26 x 18 in.

CHRIS DUNCAN Not Without Light, 2018 Direct sunlight on fabric 26 x 18 in.

CHRIS DUNCAN Mark Only The Brightest Hours, 2018 Direct sunlight on fabric 26 x 18 in.

CHRIS DUNCAN Without The Sun I Fall Silent, 2018 Direct sunlight on fabric 26 x 18 in.

CHRIS DUNCAN Now Or Never, 2018 Direct sunlight on fabric 26 x 18 in.

CHRIS DUNCAN Night, Shortly, 2018 Direct sunlight on fabric 26 x 18 in.

CHRIS DUNCAN Any Hour For My Friends, 2018 Direct sunlight on fabric 26 x 18 in.

CHRIS DUNCAN Our Times At Hand, 2018 Direct sunlight on fabric 26 x 18 in.

Installation View, 2018 Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC

CHRIS DUNCAN Inside Mask, 2018 Ceramic 8 x 8 x 4 in.

Brie Ruais’ ceramic sculptures embody a transition from action to outcome and they begin with a list of limitations. These controls, determine the weight of the material, the action, the time, and the basic shape of her works. She begins with her body weight in clay and then confronts it in a highly physical process that involves kneeling, kicking, spreading, scraping, and skimming. The body operates as a conduit for receiving and communicating messages that escape the limitations of our material and social reality. As a result, clay and body collapse as subject and material merge. Clay has the ability to address conceptions of the internal body and the body of the earth; it is in this space that her work reflects on the history of shared repression and exploitation of the environment. Ruais’ Craters simultaneously look inward towards primordial movement, outward towards the land, and center on the undeniability of traumatized bodies.

BRIE RUAIS Attempting to Contain the Center, 135 lbs (Red and Yellow), 2018 Glazed stoneware, hardware 44 x 44 x 7 in.

COLBY BIRD Fruit and Bowl, Mahayana Buddhist Temple, Leeds, New York, 2017-2018 Red oak, pine, walnut, poplar, salvaged barn wood, charcoal, photostatic print, wood stain, fixative, wood glue, linseed oil, acrylic, linen tape, insulation sheathing, glass, pencil, drywall screws, brass screws, foam, paint, lightbulbs, light sockets, wiring, metal frame, inkjet print, bricks, Trapa Natans seed pods, double ball-catches, metal wire, copper pipe strap, horseshoe, saloon hinge, Texas Flag, vibrating massage tool box with certificate of authenticity, unspecified IBM recording device, battery, [brick from Orient, NY, wiring, light socket, light bulb], [wood, paint, glass, coin smashed by train, wiring, iron, plant], [wood, linseed oil, wood filler], [brick from artist's studio inside 12 Tribes Community Storage Building, wiring, light socket, light bulb], [wood, wood stain, linseed oil, leatherette, glass door knob, nails, dowel screw, paint], [wood, paint, metal, wood stain, linseed oil], [wood, bug toy, incense], leatherette, bamboo root, acrylic, a dead bee, tile shard from Hudson River, Coxsackie, NY, 4 leaf sprig, paint, wood stain, linseed oil, brass plumbers chain, brass hook, drywall screws, brass hinges, linen, foam, [wood, linseed oil, railroad spike, metal finial, slag glass doorknob, dowel screw, leather and metal hammer holster, hemp rope], [wood, linseed oil, railroad spikes, paint, billiard ball], [crocheted hemp, beads, lampshades, wiring, lightbulbs, light socket, electric knife], [wood, linseed oil, wood stain, food coloring, paint, plastic peach, rubber grapes, wiring, lightbulbs, light socket,hemp rope], light switch, silk flowers, [wood, metal wire, glass dome, leatherette, drywall screws, wiring], leather, Sony Trinitron monitor, VCR, upholstery tacks, [glass, wood, cow bone, flower, water, metal wire, brass screw], [metal, wood, dowel screws, wood stain, wood filler],12 Tribes Community Literature, images/pages from "A World History of Photography", Naomi Rosemblum, 1999, images/pages from "Renoir", by Henry Abrams, 1952. 98 x 77 x 3 in. (wall hung) 98 x 77 x 65 in. (elements un-stowed)

In Colby Bird’s work, the photographic image, here a fruit bowl in a Buddhist temple, becomes a cipher more than a subject. The ornate construction of the frame, the forced-mirroring of the viewer, the object-ness of the photo itself– all of these act in unison to encourage a holistic reading of the works on display. The dark prints topped with glass, combined with the gallery’s overhead lighting, create a mirroring effect, serving to put the viewer “on stage” both inside and outside of the work. Built-in to the reverse side of the work is a tableau of imagined daily activities of the Platonic ideal of “the artist”: casual painting, leisurely reading, and reflective writing.

COLBY BIRD Fruit and Bowl, Mahayana Buddhist Temple, Leeds, New York, 2017-2018 Side View, Back View

Rachel Foullon’s Threshold revolves around the form of a braid. Constructed from dozens of strands of hand-dyed cotton drawcord pulled across a stained cedar frame, Foullon expands on the timeless personal hair sculpture to yield haptic associations. For the artist, the braid is a systematized style of control, a handle, a tail, a vulnerability and a permission. Trunk, alludes to the body’s natural system of replenishment and renewal. Hand-dyed rope resembling the vena cava and aorta weave through pleated linen and cedar as if to supply the work with its own rationale, enabling its continued existence.

RACHEL FOULLON Trunk I, 2016 Western red cedar, upholstery linen, cotton cord, stain, dye 24 1/2 x 22 x 5 in.

RACHEL FOULLON Threshold (braid – strawberry chain), 2015 Polished nickel plated brass, Western red cedar, cotton drawcord, stain, dye, hardware 59 x 15 1/2 x 5 in.

Installation View, 2018 Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC

Joseph Hart’s oversized drawings reflect his physical size and nudge the gestures toward the figurative. The doorlike ratio of these lyrical compositions is determined by the artist’s wingspan. His deft line marks reach from top-tobottom, and left-to-right depending on the positioning of the paper. Drawing is crucially important within the ecosystem of Hart’s studio practice. With the humble materials of graphite and paper, he is able to ignore the pressures of painting, play with line and boundaries, tempo, and be more impulsive and reactionary, which he remarks as a “gratifying way of moving and thinking.”

JOSEPH HART Figure II, 2017 Collage, acrylic and graphite on paper 81 x 32 in. JOSEPH HART Figure I, 2017 Collage, acrylic and graphite on paper 81 x 32 in.

JOSEPH HART Figure III, 2017 Collage, acrylic and graphite on paper 81 x 32 in.


COLBY BIRD Born in Austin, TX 1978 Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI MFA 2004 University of Colorado, Boulder, CO BFA 2000 Lives and Works in New York, NY “Sin-Bin,” Flat Two, Digbyland Studios,


London, UK 2017

“Mine Is Not To Reason Why Mine Is But


To Do and Die,” Halsey McKay Gallery,

“November’s Bone,” Halsey McKay

East Hampton, NY 2016

“The Gods Heard Him Cry and Knew He

Gallery, East Hampton, NY 2014

Was in Store for Some Horrible Fate,” Halsey McKay Gallery, NYC 2015


V1 Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark 2013

Canada “Cisco Sysco Sisqo,” curated by Tom


Simon, Alina Tenser and Kristof Wickman,

“My Hair Is Wet and My Shoes Are Tied,"

The Rockaways, Queens, NY

Grice Bench, Los Angeles, CA

“Consuming Passions,” Hagedorn

“Set Down,” Halsey McKay Gallery, East

“Rose Shoulder,” Halsey McKay Gallery,

Foundation Gallery, Atlanta, GA 2012

Halsey McKay Gallery, East Hampton, NY 2011

“The Anxiety of Photography,” Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, CO; traveling to Arthouse

“A Selection of Lamps,” Lora Reynolds

at the Jones Center, Austin, TX

Gallery, Austin, TX

“Cover Version LP,” Brooklyn Academy of

“Colby Bird: House Lamps,” University

Music, Brooklyn, New York 2010

“Inaugural Exhibition,” CRG Gallery, NYC

Marcos, TX

“Contemporary Prints,” CRG Gallery, NYC

“Double Acting Hinge,” Fitzroy Gallery,

“Big Apple,” Clifton Benevento Gallery,



“Dust Breeds Contempt,” Lora Reynolds

“Ends and Means,” Robert V. Fullerton

Gallery, Austin, TX

Museum, California State University, San


“Knoll Sofa,” Real Fine Arts, Brooklyn, NY


“Cold End,” Okay Mountain, Austin, TX


“Sixth Sax,” curated by Patrick Brennan,

East Hampton, NY

Galleries, Texas State University, San


“Static & Scrim,” Cooper Cole, Toronto,

Gallows,” Lora Reynolds Gallery, Austin,

“Clyde Glenn Burns,” Fitzroy Gallery, NYC


“Ghost Current,” curated by Ryan Wallace,

“Hope Goes With Man to the Foot of the

Hampton, NY 2013

“A Plot of Land,” Dutton Gallery, NYC

Bernardino, CA 2009

“QVNOXW//,” 86 Forsyth, NYC

“Colby Bird,” CRG Gallery, NYC

“Guilty Feet,” performance at 179 Canal,

“1994,” The Space at Alice, Providence, RI

NYC “One Every Day,” The Elizabeth


Foundation for the Arts, NYC “Gruppenausstellung,” organized by Max

2018 2017

“Night, Shortly,” curated by Ryan Wallace,

Hans Daniel, AutoCenter, Berlin, Germany

Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC

“Contemporary Culture,” Lora Reynolds

“Brass Tacks,” curated by Ryan Wallace,

Gallery, Austin, TX

Anat Ebgi Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

“Single Vision,” presented by

“Art.Now,” Hearst Tower, NYC

ApartmentShow, NYC “FAX,” Drawing Center, NYC


COLBY BIRD “Dance, Sons And Daughters, Dance! The

Providence, RI

Future Is Ours To Shape And Mold!,” The

“Wall Of Draw,” Sol Koffler Annex,

Physics Room, Christchurch, New Zealand “Purple #’s,” Gallery 533, Los Angeles, CA

Providence, RI 2002

Gallery, Providence, RI

Patiño Museum, Santa Cruz, CA

“Introducing,” Red Eye Gallery,

“Summer Show,” CRG Gallery, NYC “If The Dogs Are Barking,” Artists Space,

Providence, RI 2000

NYC “Strike a Pose,” Stephen Friedman

“Saturate,” CU Art Gallery, Boulder, CO “The Best Art Show Ever,” Core Gallery,

“Word Up,” Broadway Gallery, NYC 2008

“Photography Triennial,” Woods-Gerry

“N-1, transitional friendships,” Simón I.

Denver, CO 1999

“Marriage, Motherhood, Fatherhood,

Gallery, London, UK

Friendship,” Sibell Wolle Fine Arts

“Summer Mixtape Volume 1,” Exit Art,

Building, University of Colorado, Boulder,



“Alone/Together,” Talman + Monroe, Brooklyn, NY


“If I told you you were beautiful, would you date me on the regular?,” Oliver Kamm, NYC “The Leisure Suite,” The LeRoy Neiman Gallery, Columbia University, NYC 2007

“In Defense of Ardor,” Bellwether Gallery, NYC “Colby Bird – Joshua Fields,” CRG Gallery, NYC


“Videos on the Street,” Joymore Gallery, Brooklyn, NY “RISD Biennial,” curated by Robert Storr, Exit Art, NYC


“The Kids Have ADD,” Wizard Electronics, Brooklyn, NY


“Mars on Earth,” RKL Gallery, Brooklyn, NY “MFA Thesis Photography,” Sol Koffler Gallery, Providence, RI “Pulp,” Sol Koffler Gallery, Providence, RI “Work In Progress,” Design Center, Providence, RI “MFA Photography,” Sol Koffler Gallery, Providence, RI


“More is Better,” 126 Union Street, Providence, RI “Libertad!,” Sol Koffler Gallery,

MacBride, Caitlin. “Transcendent Functionalism at Jeff Baily Gallery,” The Rib, 28 December 2017. Small, Rachel. “10 Pick From The Dallas Art Fair 2015,” Interview Magazine, 9 April 2015. Wilson, Michael. “Colby Bird: Review,” Artforum, 1 March 2014. Staff. “The Lookout: A Weekly Guide to Shows You Won’t Want to Miss,” Art In America, 27 June 2013. Staff. “Goings on About Town,” The New Yorker, 13 June 2013. van Ryzin, Jeanne Claire. “Artist Captures Awe of Light in Lamp Filled Exhibit,” Austin

360, 13 February 2013. Servin, James. “Rising Stars,” Art Basel Miami

Beach, 6 December 2012. Geha, Katie. “Interview With Colby Bird,” Glasstire, 12 October 2012. “Colby Bird,” SculptureCenter SculptureNotebook, 23 August 2012. Schultz, Charles. “NAC in SOHO: Colby Bird,”

Naked Art Criticism, 20 April 2012. Geha, Katie. “Critics’ Pick,” Artforum, 15 November 2011. Meyers, Allison. “Colby Bird: Dust breeds

Providence, RI

contempt,” Pastelegram, 30 September

“Outside the Bubble,” The Space,



COLBY BIRD Quinton, Luke. “Bird’s Thoughtful Compositions,”

Austin American Statesman, 28 September 2011. Fitzgerald, Ali. “Lives and Works in Berlin: Head Shop/Lost Horizon at Exile,” Art 21 Blog, 2 September 2010. Williams, Sam. “Summer Camp,” Frieze Magazine, 4 April 2010. “60th Anniversary Scrapbook,” Art Review, 1 December 2009. Crow, Kelly. “Local Artists Are on The Rise,” Wall Street Journal, 30 October 2009. Watson, Kate. “Colby Bird: Cold End,” Austin Chronicle, 24 July 2009. Linden, Christina. “Colby Bird,” ART LIES, no. 62, Summer 2009. Barna, Daniel. “Q&A with Colby Bird,” Corduroy Magazine, 28 January 2009. Carlin, T.J. “Studio visit: Colby Bird,” TimeOut, 1 January 2009. Weiner, Emily. “Colby Bird,” HEEB, 18 December 2008. Coburn, Tyler. “Evolution,” Art Review, 13 September 2008. Kaelin, Catherine. “One Man’s Art Is Another Man’s Living Room In This Show,” Columbia Spectator, 5 February 2008. McAdams, Shane. “Analogous Logic,” The Brooklyn Rail, 5 September 2007. Smith, Roberta. “Colby Bird and Joshua Fields,” The New York Times, 20 July 2007. Dailey, Megan. “Where the Boys Art,” The Village Voice, 26 June 2007. Cotter, Holland. “Quirks and Attitude to Burn,” The New York Times, 8 June 2007. Cotter, Holland. “Between the Lines,” The New York Times, 24 March 2006. Rodriguez, Bill. “Treasure Trove,” The Providence Phoenix, 28 May 2004. “Seven Days and Seven Nights,” Gay City News, 22 July 2004. PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC


ANNE-LISE COSTE Born Marseille, France 1973 Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst, Zürich 1997-1999 École des Beaux-Arts, Marseille 1995-1997 SOLO EXHIBITIONS

“5 days 5 years,” Nogueras Blanchard, Barcelona, Spain



“More Bones,” Halsey McKay Gallery,


Hauff, Stuttgart, Germany

“La conquête de l’espace, la chute des

“Liberty,” Ellen de Bruijne, Amsterdam,

feuilles, les neiges éternelles, l’avancée


des déserts, la puce électronique,“ Ellen

“Merde, merde, merde, you + you + you,

de Bruijne Projects, Amsterdam,

tell me tell me tell me,” Susanne


Hilberry Gallery, Detroit, MI

“Bones,” Halsey McKay Gallery, East

“Anne-Lise Coste,” Anton Kern Gallery,

Hampton, NY “L’art de la joie,” Galerie Reinhard 2015

NYC 2008

Coste,” FRAC des Pays de la Loire,

“Blue Water,” Nogueras Blanchard,

Carquefou, France

Madrid, Spain

“Save Picasso,” Nogueras Blanchard,



Barcelona, Spain 2007

Projects, Amsterdam, Netherlands


“La vie sur Terre,” Galerie Art:Concept,

Susanne Hilberry, Detroit, MI

Paris, France

“Haiku,” Halsey McKay Gallery, East

“Qui suis-je,” Galerie Reinhard Hauff,

Eleven Rivington, NYC


Stuttgart, Germany 2006

“Parmi les singes et les signes,”

“Gare de l’Est,” Esslinger Kunstverein

Kunstverein Lingen, Lingen, Germany

e.V., Esslingen, Germany

“F R A N C E,” Nogueras Blanchard,

“m,l,e,” toomer labzda gallery, NYC

Barcelona, Spain

“Être en vie l’infini,” Nogueras

“Anne-Lise Coste. Le Retour des

Blanchard, Barcelona, Spain

Colonisés,” Ellen de Bruijne Projects,

“Être en vie–le feu,” Ellen de Bruijne

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Projects, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Centre d’Art Neuchâtel, Neuchâtel,



Galerie Reinhard Hauff, Stuttgart,

“You-me,” Kunsthalle St. Gallen, St.

Germany “noir noir noir,” Museo de Bellas Artes


“One day,” Galerie Ellen de Bruijne

Ellen de Bruijne Projects, Amsterdam,

Hampton, NY 2012

“Instantané (69): Anne-Lise

Hauff, Stuttgart, Germany

“Dear Life,” Lullin Ferrari, Zürich, 2014

“To Molly et Twombly,” Galerie Reinhard


Gallen, Switzerland 2005

“Contre la saturation du visible,” Galerie

de Santander, Santander, Spain

Reinhard Hauff, Stuttgart, Germany

“Seduce & Destroy,” Susanne Hilberry

“loin, loin, loin,” Kunsthaus Glarus,

Gallery, Detroit, MI

Glarus, Switzerland

“A cage is a cage is a cage,” Galerie

Galleria Laurin, Zürich, Switzerland

Gregor Staiger, Zürich, Switzerland

Galerie Philippe Pannetier, Nîmes,

“Là,” Galerie Art Attitude Hervé


Bize, Nancy, France

Anna Helwing Gallery, Los Angeles, CA,





Wuthering Heights, Malmö, Sweden

“Thirty Nine Years,” Susanne Hilberry

Ellen de Bruijne Projects, Amsterdam,

Gallery, Detroit, MI


“Icons(s),” Maison Particulière, Brussels,

“Fallen from Grace,” Galerie Reinhard


Hauff, Stuttgart, Germany

“Road to Ruin,” Cooper Cole Gallery,

Galerie Nicolas Krupp, Basel,

Toronto, Canada


“Family Guys,” Otto Zoo Gallery, Milan,

“Exposition Française,” Galerie Philippe


Pannetier, Nîmes, France

“i don’t care,” Galerie Reinhard Hauff,


Museum im Bellpark, Kriens, Switzerland


“The Projectroom Is


Stuttgart, Germany 2014

“Living with A LOT OF ART,” Galerie

Everywhere,” Galerie Meyer

Reinhard Hauff, Stuttgart, Germany

Riegger, Karlsruhe, Germany

“Drawn to Language,” Children’s

“Ugly Can Happen,” Kleines Helmhaus,

Museum of the Arts, New York

Zürich, Switzerland

“Black Board-White Page,” Kantonsschule Zürich Nord, Zürich, Switzerland


“Desiderata,” Aargauer Kunsthaus, 2018

“Night, Shortly,” curated by Ryan Wallace, Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC



Aarau, Switzerland 2013

Toronto, Canada

Barcelona, Spain

“Artists against Aids,” Kunst-und

“Body,” Galerie Reinhard Hauff,

Ausstellungshalle, Bonn, Germany

Stuttgart, Germany

“From the MACBA Collection,”

“Exercises de style #2,” N°5 Galerie,

CaixaForum, Madrid, Spain

Montpellier, France

“Ich bin dein Nachbar! Junge

“True Lies,” Night Gallery, Los Angeles,

Kunstschaffende und das Portrait,”


Bromert Art Collection, Roggwil,

“Simultan / Simultaneous,” Lullin +


Ferrari, Zürich, Switzerland

“Laat je haar neer (Let Your Hair

“Tender Comrades,” Studioli, Rome,

Down),” curated by Pipilotti Rist,


Boijmans van Beuningen Museum,

“Things Are Getting Better All The

Rotterdam, Netherlands

Time…,” Helmhaus Zürich, Zürich

“Mein Revier|My Territory,” Kunst Raum

“Inside Intensity,” Kurhaus Kleve, Kleve,

Riehen, Riehen, Switzerland


“Living with MORE Art,” Galerie

“Du Und Ich,” Hospitalhof Stuttgart,

Reinhard Hauff, Stuttgart, Germany

Stuttgart, Germany “Keep Your Eyes Open,” Lullin + Ferrari,


“Endless Sumer,” Cooper Cole Gallery,

“Flatland,” Nogueras Blanchard,

“Print Portfolio,” White Columns, NYC 2012

“Critical Episodes (1957-2011),” Museu

Zürich, Switzerland

d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona,

“Watchdog-Lapdog-Playdog,” Nogueras

Barcelona, Spain

Blanchard, Barcelona, Spain

“Anne-Lise Coste / Molly Stevens: New

“Changing Perspectives,” Lullin +

work,” Studio 509, NYC

Ferrari, Zürich, Switzerland

“Gare de L’Est,” Esslinger Kunstverein,

“Only Lovers,” Le Cœur, Paris, France

Esslingen, Germany


ANNE-LISE COSTE “I glove U,” Reynolds Gallery, Richmond,

“Shining by Absence,” curated by


Jacqueline Uhlman, Nogueras

“The Quality of Presence,” Chelsea

Blanchard, Barcelona, Spain

Hotel, NYC

“Beginnings, Middles, And Ends,”

“30 Days of Peace, Love and Painting,”

curated by _vienna 09, Engholm

Ellen de Bruijne Projects, Amsterdam,

Englehorn, Georg Kargl Fine Arts,


Christine König Galerie, and Gabriele

“Buy my bananas,” Kate Werble Gallery,

Senn Galerie, Vienna, Austria


“Event Horizon,” curated by Karma

“Le vicomte pourfendu,” Macelle Alix, Paris, France


International, Raster, Warsaw, Poland 2008

Madrid, Spain

Hauff, Stuttgart, Germany

“Blast From The Past (part 2),” Art

“Entanglement,” Regina Rex, NYC

Attitude Hervé Bize, Nancy, France

Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery, NYC

“Violência Institucional e poetica,”

“A Portrait of the Artist as a Young

Fundación Serralves, Porto, Portugal

Man,” Galerie Reinhard Hauff, Stuttgart,

“Shifting Identities,” Kunsthaus Zürich,


Zürich, Switzerland; traveling to

“Hysteria, Laughter and a Sense of

Contemporary Art Center, Vilnius,

Seriousness,” Galerie Gregor Staiger


and Karma International, Zürich,

“Order. Desire. Light. An Exhibition of


Contemporary Drawings,” Irish Museum

“Voici un dessin suisse,” Aargauer Kunsthaus, Aarau, Switzerland 2010

of Modern Art, Dublin, Ireland 2007

“Words Fail Me,” curated by Matthew

“Untitled: Über Erfolg in der Kunst,”

Higgs, Museum of Contemporary Art

Substitut – Raum für aktuelle Kunst aus

Detroit, Detroit, MI

der Schweiz, Berlin, Germany

“Destroy Athens: 1st Athens Biennial

“Salon du dessin Contemporain,”

2007,” curated by Xenia Kalpaktsoglou,

Carrousel du Louvre, Paris, France

Poka-Yio and Augustine Zenakos,

“Professionalization is Killing Art,”

Athens, Greece

Kunstmuseum St. Gallen, St. Gallen

“COSMIC Dreams,” curated by


Friedericke Nymphius, Centro Cultural

“Press Art – Sammlung Annette und

Andratx, Andratx, Spain

Peter Nobel,” Kunstmuseum St. Gallen,

“Overtake. The Reinterpretation of

St. Gallen, Switzerland; traveling to

Modern Art,” Lewis Glucksman Gallery,

Museum der Moderne Salzburg,

Cork, Ireland

Salzburg, Austria

“Collection migros museum für

“Out of Line,” Slag Gallery, NYC

gegenwartskunst Part I,” Migros

“Voici un dessin suisse 1990-2010,”

Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Zürich,

Jenisch Museum, Vevey y Musée Rath,


Geneva, Switzerland

“Learn to read,” Tate Modern, London,

“Collection 3,” Fondation Salomon, Alex, France 2009

“Doméstico’08,” El papel del artista,

“Living with Art,” Galerie Reinhard

UK 2006

“Under Pressure,” curated by Bill

“Palindrom,” Hermes und der Pfau,

Cournoyer, Galerie Art Concept, Paris,

Stuttgart, Germany



ANNE-LISE COSTE “Aller / Retour 2,” curated by Peter




Gent, Switzerland

Suisse, Paris, France

“The Collective Unconsciousness,”

“The Youth of Today,” curated by

Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst,

Matthias Ulrich, Schirn Kunsthalle

Zürich, Switzerland

Frankfurt, Frankfurt, Germany

“Zeitmaschine,” Kunstmuseum Bern,

“Midnight Walkers,” Kunsthaus

Bern, Switzerland

Baselland, Basel, Switzerland and

“Persönliche Pläne,” Kunsthalle Basel,

CREDAC, Ivry-sur-Seine, Paris, France

Basel, Switzerland

Museum voor Moderne Kunst, Arnhem,

“Protest! Respect!,” Kunsthalle St.


Gallen, St. Gallen, Switzerland

“Swiss artists,” Buchmesse, Warsaw,

“Unloaded – Coming Up For Air’Art,”


Bunker, Oberschan/Wartau, Switzerland

“Global World / Private Universe,”

“8th Baltic Triennial of International

Kunstverein St. Gallen, St. Gallen,

Art,” Vilnius, Lithuania


“In Portraiture Irrelevance Is Ugliness,”

“Lasko,” Centre d’Art Neuchâtel,

Galerie Reinhard Hauff, Stuttgart,

Neuchâtel, Switzerland


“ID Troubles,” Halle für Kunst e.V.,

“Violence The True Way,” Galerie Peter

Lüneburg, Germany Galerie Donzé Van Saanen, Lausanne,

Kilchmann, Zürich, Switzerland 2001

Switzerland “In Erster Linie…,” Kunsthalle

“Binz 39,” Zürich, Switzerland Wald/Explosion, Helmhaus, Zürich,

Galerie Laurin, Zürich, Switzerland


“Energies de Resistance,” Attitudes,

Fishli and David Weiss, Centre Culturel

Switzerland 2000

“Mixing Memory and Desire,” Neues

Fridericianum, Kassel, Germany

Kunstmuseum Luzern, Luzern,

“twinkle, twinkle,” Galerie Reinhard


Hauff, Stuttgart, Germany

“Flexibilitätsversuche,” Museum

“Zeichnen. Eine Konfiguration,” Museum

Fridericianum, Kassel, Germany

Im Bellpark, Kriens, Switzerland

“Präsentation der städtischen Ankäufe,”

“In Portraiture Irrelevance Is Ugliness,”

Helmhaus, Zürich, Switzerland

Museum Schloss Hardenberg, Velbert-

“Cute,” Kunstraum Walcheturm, Zürich,

Neviges, Germany “Werk-und Atelierstipendien der Stadt

Switzerland 1998

“Freie Sicht aufs Mittelmeer,”

Zürich 2003,” Helmhaus, Zürich,

Kunsthaus Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland


“Körper: Tanz/Performance,”

Galerie Karrer, Zürich, Switzerland

Kunstmuseum Luzern, Luzern,

“Lee 3 Tau Ceti Central Armory Show,”


Villa Arson, Nice, France “Paint,” Galerie Bob van Orsouw, Zürich,


Switzerland “The bourgeois show – sociala strukturer i stadens rum,” Dunkers Kulturhus, Helsingborg, Sweden

Navarro, Mariano. “Azul Tormenta,” El Cultural, April 2015. Willemin, Alexandre. “Artistes made in

“Luck is for Losers,” Ellen de Bruijne

Switzerland,” Migros Magazine, 13

Projects, Amsterdam, Netherlands

January 2014.


ANNE-LISE COSTE Zizek, Slavoj. “The Real of Violence, Cynicism, and the ‘Right of Distress,’” The

Synthome 14, Summer 2013. Diamond Hamer, Katy. “Contemporary Art is Alive and Kickin’ in East Hampton,” Flash Art Online, August 2013. Lee, Nathaniel. “Critics’ Pick: Anne-Lise Coste Eleven Rivington,” Artforum, August 2013. Kerr, Merrily. “Anne-Lise Coste,” Time Out New York, 2 August 2013. Staff. “Critics’ Picks,” Time Out New York, 26 June 2013. Fishman, Dan. “Anne-Lise Coste @ Eleven Rivington,” White Hot Magazine, July 2013. “Anne-Lise Coste at Eleven Rivington,” Mousse Magazine Online, 2013. Qiu, Serena. “In the Studio with Anne-Lise Coste,” The WILD Magazine, December 2012. “Anne-Lise Coste, Ian Kiaer: Le Vicompte Pourfendu,” Paris Art, 6 June 2012. Balbona, G. “Anne-Lise Coste se suma al Espacio MeBas,” El Diario Montanes, 10 July 2011. Qiu, Serena. “Between Painting and Text,” Artlog, March 2011. Peran, Martí. “Anne-Liste Coste,” Artforum, September 2010. Gavard-Perret, Jean-Paul. “Supports et Surfaces: Annelise Coste,” Arts -Up, April 2010. Stevenson, Molly. “A Talk with Anne-Lise Coste,” The Donkey Trail, 17 February 2010. de Llano, Pedro. “Violencia institucional y poética,” Exit Express, June/September 2008. Lafont, Isabel. “Un bombardeo de signos,” El País, 22 April 2008. “Anne-Lise Coste: La Vie sur Terre,” Paris Art, 23 October 2007. Spinelli, Claudia. “Annelise Coste,” Weltwoche, 20 July 2006.

“Lingener Kunstpreis an Annelise Coste,”

Kunstbulletin, November 2006. Roy, Corinne. “Portrait: Annelise Coste,” De

Marseille à Zürich, 19 September 2006. Dankow, Karolina. “Annelise Coste,”

Contemporary Magazine, Issue #83, June 2006. Bufill, Juan. “Annelise Coste,” La Vanguardia, 13 May 2006. Molina, Ángela. “Gallo que no canta…,” El País, 29 April 2006. “Kunst Runterladen,” Kunstbulletin, April 2006. Christofori, Ralf. “Annalise Coste,” Frieze, October 2005. Von Burg, Dominique. “Annelise Coste im Kunsthaus,” Kunstbulletin, April 2005. Kaiser Philipp. “Bezeichungsprozesse. Annelise Coste im Museum im Bellpark Kriens,” Kunstbulletin, April 2001, p. 24-25. Steiner, Juri. “Fouiller entre les mots,” Parkett No.57, 1999. PUBLICATIONS

“Pussy Drawing Riot,” Nieves, Zürich, Switzerland, 2016. “Où suis-je,” Edition Patrick Frey, Zürich, Switzerland, 2014. FitzGerald, Michael. “Post Picasso. Contemporary reactions,” Fundació Museu Picasso de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, 2014. Radrizzani, Dominique. “Voici un dessin Suisse 1900-2010,” JRP Ringier, Zürich, Switzerland, 2010. Becch, D., Harrison, C., and Hill, W. “Art and Text,” Black Dog Publishing, London, UK, 2009. Colombo, P., Juncosa, E., and Lampert, C. “Order. Desire. Light. An Exhibition of Contemporary Drawings,” Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, Ireland, 2008. Becker, C. “Shifting Identities,” JRP Ringier, Zürich, Switzerland, 2008.


ANNE-LISE COSTE “Remember,” Edition Patrick Frey, Zürich, Switzerland, 2008. Loock, Ulrich. “Institutional and Poetic Violence,” Museu Serralves, Porto, Portugal, 2008. “Destroy Athens: 1st Athens Biennial 2007,” Futura Publications and Athens Biennial, Athens, Greece, 2007. “Experiments in Pop - Aufbruch in eine neue Alltäglichkeit,” Stiftung Sommerakademie im Zentrum Paul Klee, Bern, Switzerland, 2007. Coste, Anne-Lise. “Annelise Coste: 18 Heads of 2006,” Kunsthalle Lingen, Lingen, Germany, 2006. Hollein, Max and Matthias Ulrich (ed.). “Die Jugend von heute,” Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt, Frankfurt, German, 2006. “Poemabout,” Edition Patrick Frey, Zürich, Switzerland, 2005. “Lasko,” Centre d’Art Neuchâtel, Neuchâtel, Switzerland, 2004. “Global World / Private Universe,” Kunstmuseum St. Gallen, St. Gallen, Switzerland, 2004. “Art Bunker,” Edizioni Periferia and Art Bunker Show, Luzern, Switzerland, 2003. “Non,” Edition Patrick Frey, Zürich, Switzerland, 2003. “Zeitmaschine Oder: Das Museum in Bewegung,” Kunstmuseum Bern, Bern, Switzerland, 2002. Jetzer, Gianni. “Personal Cosmologies. Drawings by Annelise Coste and Andro Wekua,” Kunsthalle Basel and Persönliche Pläne, Basel, Switzerland, 2002. Loock, Ulrich. “Mixing Memory and Desire,” Kunstmuseum Luzern, Luzern, Switzerland, 2000. Curiger, Bice. “Freie Sicht aufs Mittelmeer,” Kunsthaus Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland.


CHRIS DUNCAN Born in Perth Amboy, NJ 1974 Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA MFA 2013 California College of Arts and Crafts, San Francisco, CA BFA 2003 Lives and works in Oakland, CA SOLO EXHIBITIONS


“Our Love Will Still Be There,” Romer Young Gallery, San Francisco, CA


“Night, Shortly,” curated by Ryan Wallace, Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC 2017


NYC 2015

“Mine,” V1 Gallery, Copenhagen,

“The Time It Takes To Take The


Time,” V1 Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark

“Process,” curated by Matthew

“Media Based Time,” Et al., San

Gardocki, Marjorie Barrick Museum of

Francisco, CA “Year,” The Elaine deKooning House, East Hampton, NY 2014

Art, University of Las Vegas Nevada, NV 2016

Davidson College, Davidson, NC “November’s Bone,” Halsey McKay

“A Different Kind of Tension,” Cooper

Gallery, East Hampton, NY

Cole Gallery, Toronto, Canada

“Heliotropes,” curated by Matthew

“New Minimalism,” Cooper Cole Gallery,

Nichols, Geary Contemporary, NYC

Toronto, Canada 2012

“Balance,” Morgan Lehman Gallery, NYC


“Patterns and Light,” Halsey McKay

“I Look For Clues in Your Dreams,” curated by Heather Marx, Berkeley Art Center, Berkeley, CA

Gallery, East Hampton, NY 2010 2008

“Collected,” Pier 24 Photography, San

“Eye Against I,” Baer Ridgway Exhibitions, San Francisco, CA “The Faith Void Split,” Jeff Bailey

Francisco, CA 2015

Francisco, CA 2006

“The Continued Exploitation of Pink and Brown,” Jeff Bailey Gallery, NYC “The Playing Field,” Nakaochiai Gallery, Tokyo, Japan “Dark Times,” Motel Gallery, Portland, OR


“Where We Meet,” Lump Gallery, Raleigh, NC



“Pattern::::Chaos,” Cinders, Brooklyn,

“The Beginning, The Middle, The End,” Gregory Lind Gallery, San

“Way Bay 2,” Berkley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive, University of California, Berkley, CA

“Hear This,” Palo Alto Arts Center, Palo Alto, CA

Gallery, NYC 2007

“Material Matters: Water Pigment and Light,” Van Every/Smith Gallery,

“The Sun and The Air,” Halsey McKay Gallery, East Hampton, NY


“Ernesto Burgos & Chris Duncan,” Halsey McKay Gallery, East Hampton,

“12 Symbols,” Halsey McKay Gallery,

NY 2014

“Openings,” curated by Jessica Silverman, Fused Space, San Francisco, CA “Ghost Current,” curated by Ryan Wallace, V1 Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark “After Space,” Loyal Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden “The Possible,” curated by Lawrence Rinder and David Wilson, Berkeley Art Museum, Berkeley, CA “Ain’tings,” curated by Ryan Steadman, Robert Blumenthal Gallery, NYC



“Paint Off, Paint On,” Halsey McKay

“Out Of Order,” curated by Gail Dawson,

Gallery, East Hampton, NY

San Francisco State University Gallery,

“Unseen,” Cult Aimee Friberg

San Francisco, CA

Exhibitions, San Fancisco, CA

“The Sun Ceremony,” curated by David

“Beatnic Meteor,” DiRosa Preserve,

Wilson, Berkeley Art Museum, Berkeley,

Napa, CA


“Group Show,” Eli Ridgway Gallery, San

“Residency Project I,” Kala Art Institute,

Francisco, CA “MFA Thesis Exhibition,” Thomas Welton


Berkeley, CA 2009

Ridgeway Exhibitions, San Francisco, CA


“Move,” curated by Rich Jacobs, New

“Millennium Magazines,” MoMA, NYC

Image Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

“THE SUN (sound gathering),” Liminal

“Infinity,” curated by Andrew Schoultz,

Space, Oakland, CA “Horizon,” San Francisco Arts


Scion Space, Los Angeles, CA 2008

“Kick Out The Jams,” The Luggage

Commission Gallery, San Francisco, CA

Store, San Francisco, CA

“Aura & Angst,” Halsey McKay Gallery,

“Apocabliss,” curated by Maya Hayuk,

East Hampton, NY

Alice, Brussels, Belgium

“Color Theory,” Sonoma Valley Museum

“Surf Zombies,” Cell Project Space,

of Art, Sonoma, CA

London, UK

“Transmission Lines,” Cooper Cole

“Hope Springs Eternal,” 96 Guillespe,

Gallery, Toronto, Canada

London, UK

“RTC Collaborations,” Western

“Americana,” Wattis Institute, San

Exhibitions, Chicago, IL “Abstraction Now,” Berkeley Art


“Hot And Cold-The End Is Here,” Baer

Gallery, Stanford University, Stanford,

Francisco, CA 2007

“Hope and Despair,” curated by Bob

Museum, Berkeley, CA

Matthews, Cell Project Space, London,

“Sound and Shape,” Guerrero Gallery,


San Francisco, CA

“Distinctive Messengers,” curated by

“Beneath The Picture,” curated by Kent

Simon Watson and Craig Hensala,

Baer, Ambach & Rice, Seattle, WA

Scenic, 489 Broome Street, NYC

“Island Press-3 Decades of

“Must Not Know Bout Me” Eleanor

Printmaking,” curated by Karen K.

Harwood Gallery, San Francisco, CA

Butler, Kemper Art Museum, St. Louis,

“All Is Well That Begins Well and Has No


End,” curated by Jan Van Woensel,

“THE SUN (performance),” Southern

Ernesto Burgos, and Jonah Groeneboer,

Exposure, San Francisco, CA

NYU Washington Square East Galleries,

“The Power of Selection Pt. 3,” curated


by Ryan Travis Christian, Western

“The Unknown Quantity,” Gregory Lind

Exhibitions, Chicago, IL “Default State Network,” curated by

Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2006

“Infinity in Finite Things,” Western

Ryan Wallace, Morgan Lehman Gallery,

Project, Los Angeles, CA


ZusammenKunst, Galerie Hafemann,

“Paper!Awesome!,” curated by Brion

Wiesbaden, Germany

Nuda Rosch, Baer Ridgway Exhibitions,

“Men and Materials,” Jeff Bailey Gallery,

San Francisco, CA



CHRIS DUNCAN “I Used to Believe,” curated by Melissa Diaz, David Castillo Gallery, Miami, FL “West Coast Windows,” curated by Oliver Halsman Rosenburg,Samsøn Projects, Boston, MA “Variegated Radiant Dream Plot,” Gregory Lind Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2005

“Kults, Werewolves and Sarcastic Hippies,” Yerba Buena Center for the Arts,” San Francisco, CA “Shelter From the Storm,” Allston Skirt, Boston, MA “Young Mountain,” The Sharon Arts Center Gallery, Peterborough, NH “Op-Ish,” Samsøn Projects, Boston, MA “Tsunami Relief Auction,” White Box,


Dove, 22 April 2015. Landes, Jennifer. “deKooning House, Subject and Object,” East Hampton Star, 31 March 2015. Small, Rachel. “How The Dallas Art Fair Takes You In,” Interview Magazine, 10 April 2014. Menendez, Franklin. ”Chris Duncan,” Artforum, January 2011. Kesler, Christine. “Chris Duncan: Eye Against I,” Art Practical, September 2010. Tilghman, Parker. “Vertigo,” Art Slant, 11 September 2010. Hudgens, Christopher. “Episode 228: NADA part 1 – Heather Hubbs and Chris Duncan,”

“Gondola Mayo Funnel,” Mimi Barr, San

Podcast, Bad at Sports, 10 January

“Life and Death,” 111 Minna Gallery, San Francisco, CA “Around And Every Day,” Adobe Books, San Francisco, CA “Collectors Edition,” Triple Base, San Francisco, CA “Books!Awesome!,” Mimi Barr, San Francisco, CA “Portrait Show, Needles and Pens,” San Francisco, CA “Heartswork,” Lump Gallery, Raleigh, NC; traveling to Covivant Gallery, Tampa, FL; Space 1026, Philadelphia, PA “Keepsake,” juice design, San Francisco, CA 2002

Kooning House,” Eyes Towards the

New York, NY Francisco, CA


Hamer, Katy. “Chris Duncan at the Elaine de

“Spring to Autumn Period,” Southern Exposure,” San Francisco, CA

2010. Andrews, Brian. “Chris Duncan,” Shotgun

Review, 4 October 2009. Curcio, Seth. “Chris Duncan,” Daily Serving, 30 August 2008. Host, Vivian. “Chris Duncan: Punk Rocker to DIY Mystic,” XLR8R, 15 April 2008. Host, Vivian. “Q&A: Chris Duncan,” XLR8R

Magazine, 16 March 2008. “The NADA Emerging Artist Page: Chris Duncan,” The L Magazine, 31 January 2007, p. 62. Smith, Roberta. “Chris Duncan: The Continued Exploration of Pink and Brown,” The

New York Times, 15 December 2006. Chun, Kimberly. “Goldies 2006 Visual Art: Chris Duncan,” San Francisco Bay Guardian, 8-14 November 2006. Rawlings, Ashley. “Interview with Chris


Duncan,”, 4 November 2006.

Forbes, Alexander. “The 8 Best Booths at Art Cologne,” Artsy Editorial, 15 April 2016. Lutz, Leora. “Review: Chris Duncan Media Based Time at Et al.,” SFAQ, 8 May 2015.

“Review” The Japan Times, 19 October 2006. Lyman, Ian. “The Temple of Light and Sound,” Ping Mag, 4 October 2006. Whiteside, Amber. “Variegated Radiant Dream Plot,” ARTWEEK, April 2006, p.14.


CHRIS DUNCAN Helfand, Glen. “Variegated Radiant Dream Plot,” Art on Paper, March-April 2006,


Island Press, St. Louis IL


Goldie Award for Visual Art

p. 80-81. Cash, Stephanie. “Report From San Francisco II:


New and Now,” Art In America, January 2006, p. 62. Spalding, David. “Review,” Artweek, April 2001.

Berkeley Art Museum, Berkeley, CA Kemper Art Museum, St. Louis, MO Museum of Modern Art, NYC


SF MoMA, San Francisco, CA The JP Morgan Chase Collection, NYC

“Grey,” Land and Sea, Oakland, CA, 2015.

Wellington Management Company, Boston, MA

“12 Symbols LP,” Land and Sea, Oakland, CA,

The Progressive Art Collection, OH


Jaffe Book Arts Collection, Boca Raton, FL

“ACAB,“ Land and Sea, Oakland, CA, 2014. “New American Paintings #79,” Open Studio


Press, Boston, MA, pp. 48-51 “Starship Counterforce,” K48, Issue 7, Image,


2008. NY Arts: Vol. 13., Chris Duncan, 2008

San Francisco, CA 2009

“In Lockdown We Bite!,” K48, Issue 6, Image, 2006.

“Artists Books,” Southern Exposure, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS Washington University, St. Louis, MO


Planet Magazine, Spring 2007, back cover.

“Art of Zines 2004ʹʹ, San Jose Museum of Modern Art, San Jose, CA

“Chris Duncan,” Arrow Magazine, Issue 3, Fall 2006, pp. 42-43, 55-61, back cover.


McSweeney’s Quarterly Concern, Issue 20, Fall 2006, p. 60.

2010-Present “Land and Sea,” fine art publishing

“The Zine UnBound: Kults, Werewolves and Sarcastic Hippies,” Yerba Buena Center

and editions 2012

for the Arts, San Francisco, CA, 2005.

gatherings and performances, Berkeley

Lyric poetry journal, Issue 7, 2005. The Drama, Issue 4, 2004.

Art Museum, Berkley, CA 2010

“May the Circle Be Unbroken, Heartswork,”

“!!!THE SUN!!!,” improvisational, audience participatory sound project

exhibition catalog, 2004.

Events occurred: Kala Institute,

Arkitip, Issue 21, Malibu, CA, 2004.

Berkeley Art Museum, Southern

Herbivore Magazine, Issues 2 and 3, Crown, Jeremy, Portland, OR, 2003/2004.

“Sun and Moon,” a series of four

Exposure 2010

“SEEING,” reading about “seeing” included Lawrence Rinder, Ryan


Wallace, Whitney Chadwick, Miranda Mellis amongst others, in conjunction


Headlands Center for the Arts, CA


Elaine deKooning House, East Hampton, NY

2012 2010

with “EYE AGAINST I,” Baer Ridgway, San Francisco, CA 2010

BELIEVING, film screening of October

ACRE, Steuben, WS University of

Country (Donal Mosher), in conjunction

Kansas, Lawrence, KS

with “EYE AGAINST I,” Baer

Kala Institute, Berkeley, CA

Ridgway, San Francisco, CA



“3, the work of Ernesto Burgos, Kyle Ranson and Derrick Snodgrass,” Gregory Lind Gallery, San Francisco, CA


Keepsake,” curated by Chris Duncan and juice design, San Franciscio, CA


“Sketch,” with juice design, September “Hot and Cold,” zine project with Griffin McPartland, group shows curated to accompany release of each Issue


RACHEL FOULLON Born in Glendale, CA, 1978 Columbia University, NYC, M.F.A., 2004 New York University, NYC, B.S., 2000 Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA Arranged according to the Laws of Chance),” Fourteen30 Contemporary,


Portland, OR 2015

“Hayloft,” Halsey McKay Gallery, East

“Save it for Later,” curated by Ryan

Hampton, NY “Double Gate,” 55 Gansevoort, NYC

Steadman, Sotheby’s S2 Gallery, NYC 2013

“Tenth Anniversary Show,” Wallspace,


“Choker,” Launch Pad, London, UK



“Shapeners,” Halsey McKay, East

“Remainder,” Philbrook Museum of Art,

Hampton, NY

Tulsa, OK

“Braided Sun,” University Art Museum,

“Double Life,” SculptureCenter, Queens,


University at Albany, Albany, NY “Present Future,” Artissima 19, Torino,

2010 2009

NY 2011

“Raw Materials,” Green Park Gallery,


Los Angeles, CA

“Ruminant Recombinant,” ltd los

“Double, double,” Workplace Gallery,

angeles, Los Angeles, CA

Gateshead, UK

“An Accounting," ltd los angeles, Los

“Group Show: 7 Sculptors,” Brennan &

Angeles, CA

Griffin, NYC

“Grab a Root and Growl,” Nicelle

“Greg Wilken, Torbjorn Vejvi

Beauchene Gallery, NYC

Lynton…,” curated by Jesse Benson, Las Cienegas Projects, Los Angeles, CA “Becoming Something Found,” curated


by Molly Smith and Fabienne 2018 2016

“Night, Shortly,” curated by Ryan

Laserre, Jolie Laide, Philadelphia, PA,

Wallace, Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC

“The Light Show,” Kate Werble Gallery,

“Her Wherever,” curated by Sara Greenberger Rafferty & Sara

NYC 2010

New Art Dealers Association, Canyon

East Hampton, NY

Ranch Miami Beach, Miami, FL

“Just Now Between Positions,”

“Painting and Sculpture: To Benefit the

Fourteen30 Contemporary, Portland, OR

Foundation for Contemporary

“LL | EE,” Galeria Pedro Cera, Lisbon,

Arts,” Lehman Maupin, NYC


“De-Nature,” curated by Wendy White,

“Blue Jean Baby,” September, Hudson,

Jolie Laide, Philadelphia, PA


“Curated Prints by Forth Estate,”

“And the Dish Ran Away With the Spoon,” 247365, NYC 2014

“Outdoor Sculpture Garden,” curated by

VanDerBeek, Halsey McKay Gallery,

Frederieke Taylor Gallery, NYC 2009

“Forth Estate Editions,” Rhode Island

“Ghost Current,” curated by Ryan

School of Design Memorial Hall Gallery,

Wallace, V1 Gallery, Copenhagen,

Providence, RI

Denmark “Untitled (Collage with Squares

“On From Here,” Guild & Greyshkul, NYC 2008

“Without Walls,” Museum 52, NYC “Beyond a Memorable Fancy,” Elizabeth


RACHEL FOULLON Foundation for the Arts Project Space,

Subotnick, Studebaker Building,


Columbia University, NYC

“what the midnight can show us,”

“Art in the Office,” curated by Matt

Museum 52, NYC

Keegan, The Global Consulting Group,

“Fresh Kills,” curated by Dave KennedyCutler, Dumbo Arts Center, Brooklyn,


NYC 2003

Future,” La Biennale di Venezia, Venice,

“Unfurnished Rooms,” curated by Jacob


Robichaux, Unit B, San Antonio, TX

“Faking Real,” curated by Stephen

“Workspace Program 2001 07,” Dieu

Hilger, LeRoy Neiman Center, Columbia

Donné, NYC

University, NYC

“Neointegrity,” curated by Keith

“Shangri-la,” curated by Michael St.

Mayerson, Derek Eller Gallery, NYC

John and Jason Duval, Islip Art Museum,

“Sonotube,” Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum, Santa


East Islip, NY 2002

“Process/ion,” curated by Eva

Barbara, CA

Respini, LeRoy Neiman Center and Low

“The Line of Time and the Plane of

Memorial Library, Columbia University,

Now,” curated by Jacob Dyrenforth,


Ohad Meromi and Halsey Rodman,

“Tricky Adios: Hello to Handmade

Wallspace, NYC

Words,” organized by David

“Thin Walls,” curated by Sara Greenberger Rafferty, Klaus von

Humphrey, K.S. Art, NYC 2001

“The Worst of Gordon Pym

Nichtssagend Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Continued,” Printed Matter, NYC

“Bring the War Home,” curated by Drew

“To Market To Market,” curated by

Heitzler. Q.E.D., Los Angeles, CA

Robin Kahn, The Rotunda Gallery,

“Material World: New Sculpture for the

Brooklyn, NY

Commons,” Public Art Fund, MetroTech

“White on White,” Quality Gallery,

Center, Brooklyn, NY 2005

“Vivere Venezia II: Recycling the


“Spectrum,” curated by Kate

Brooklyn, NY 2000

“Group Show,” Quality Gallery, Brooklyn,

Shepherd, Galerie Lelong, NYC


“Talk to the Land,” arranged by Matt

“Sophie Spar Sale,” Printed Matter, NYC

Keegan, Andrew Kreps Gallery, NYC

“Great America,” Rosenberg Gallery,

“Bucolica,” Wallspace, NYC

New York University, NYC

“A Slower Time,” Sandroni Rey, Los

“Snapshot,” The Contemporary

Angeles, CA

Museum, Baltimore, MD; Beaver College

“Paper,” Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery, NYC

Fine Arts Gallery, Glenside, PA

“Drama, Romance, Loneliness, Narcissism and Many More Diseases of


the Soul,” Audiello Fine Art, NYC 2004

“Wallpaper for the 21st Century,”

Messinger, Kate. “Openings and Closings and

Placemaker, Miami, FL

Overused Metaphors: Everything We

“Four-Ply,” Andrea Rosen Gallery, NYC

Saw and Heard at Last Night’s Art

“Gypsies Curse,” curated by José

Events,” Paper Magazine, 14 August

Diaz, Buena Vista Building, Miami, FL


“MFA Thesis Exhibition,” curated by Ali


RACHEL FOULLON Diamond Hamer, Katy. “Foullon and Burgos at

Artist contribution, “-ship,” collected by Lauren

Halsey McKay,”, 7 October 2013.

Mackler, Spring 2008. Sussler, Betsy. “Artists on Artists,”

BOMB Magazine, Spring 2008.

Watts Jr., James D. “Philbrook exhibit ‘Remainder’…,” Tulsa World, 30 June

Keeley, Amanda. “S for Summer in the City, 2007,” White Walls, Summer 2007.

2013. Kane, Tim. “On Exhibit: Rachel Foullon at

“Material World,” Public Art Fund, New York,

UAlbany,” Times Union, 25 October 2012. Jovanovich, Alex. “Rachel Foullon: University

2006. Keegan, Matt. “ETC.,” New York, 2006. “The AI Eye: Editors’ Picks of Art for Sale,” Artinfo, January 2006.

Art Museum, University at Albany,”, 24 October 2012. Griffin, Johnathan. “Rachel Foullon,” Flash Art, Summer 2012. Mizota, Sharon. “Hanging there at the ready,” Los Angeles Times, 11 May 2012. Soto, Paul. “The Perfect Arrangement,”, 9 May 2012. “In the Gallery: Rachel Foullon,”, May 2012. Miller, Leigh Anne. “The Lookout,”, July 2011 Velez, Pedro. “L.A. Confidential,”, January 2011. Holte Ned, Michael. “Best of 2010,” Artforum, December 2010. Gerwin, Daniel. “De-Nature,”, November 2010. Lehrer-Graiwer, Sarah. “Rachel Foullon,” Artillery, May/June 2010. Schad, Ed. “A Meandering Reading of Rachel Foullon,”, March 2010. O’Neill-Butler, Lauren. “500 Words: Rachel Foullon,”, March 2010. Holte Ned, Michael, text accompanying exhibition at ltd los angeles, March 2010. Wolin, Joseph R. “Rachel Foullon,”, September 2009. Dault, Julia. “Rachel Foullon at Nicelle Beauchene,”, September 2009. Plunkett, Megan. “Rachel Foullon,” The Kingsboro Press, Fall 2008. Artist contribution, “Transatlantico 2,” SITE Magazine, Spring 2008.

Smith, Roberta. “Robert Melee/Talk to the Land,” The New York Times, 11 November 2005. Cotter, Holland. “Justin Lowe,” The New York

Times, 5 August 2005. Keegan, Matt. “North Drive Press #2,” North

Drive Press, June 2005. Kramer, Louise. “Youngbloods,” Crain’s New

York Business, 6-12 June 2005, p. 46. Jana, Reena. “Four-Ply,” Time Out New York, 26 August – 2 September 2004, p. 61. Johnson, Ken. “Four-Ply,” The New York Times, 6 August 2004, E32. Ammirati, Domenick. “Art in the Office,”, 17 April 2004. “Vivere Venezia. 2: Recycling the Future,”

Marsilio Editor, Venice, Italy, 2003. Krudy, Catherine. “Artists at the Neiman Gallery Show Us How to Fake It,” Columbia

Spectator, 30 April 2003. Respini, Eva. “Process/ion,” New York, 2002. Yablonsky, Linda. “To Market To Market,” Time

Out New York, 18-25 October 2001. Smith, Roberta. “The Worst of Gordon Pym Continued,” The New York Times, 16 November 2001, E34. AWARDS AND RESIDENCIES


Launch Pad, London, UK


Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant, NYC


Fellow in Craft/Sculpture from the New York Foundation for the Arts, NYC



Workspace Program, Dieu DonnĂŠ Papermill, NYC Grizedale Arts/Wordsworth Trust Residency, Lakes District, UK


Caroline Newhouse Award for Sculpture, Columbia University, NYC


Vivere Venezia 2: Recycling the Future, International Residency and Workshop at IUAV, La Biennale di Venezia, Venice, Italy


JOSEPH HART Born in New Hampshire, 1976 Rhode Island School of Design, BFA, 1999 Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY “What’s Up, New York,” curated by


Lawrence Van Hagen, NYC 2018

“Blood Orange,” Halsey McKay Gallery,


East Hampton, NY 2016

and Ryan Wallace, CODE, Copenhagen,

“Chud Silo,” Halsey McKay Gallery, East Hampton, NY

Denmark 2015

“Pussy Willow,” Romer Young Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2014

Stockholm, Sweden

Angeles, CA

“Volatile,” Galleri Jacob Bjorn, Aaruhus,

“Dread Blush,” David Krut Gallery, NYC


“Excavator,” Romer Young Gallery, San

“Joseph Hart & Tamara Zahaykevich,”

“Angel Error,” Halsey McKay Gallery, “The Idea of North,” Federico Luger,

Dieu Donné, NYC 2013

“News from New York,” Galleri Tom Christoffersen, Copenhagen, Denmark


“Sixth Sax,” curated by Patrick Brennan,

Milan, Italy

Halsey McKay Gallery, East Hampton,

“Odd Antique,” Halsey McKay Gallery in


collaboration with 1st Dibs, New York

“Joseph Hart & Mark Delong,” Cooper

Design Center, NYC 2010

“Winter Show,” Steinsland Berliner,

“Kiss Idioms,” Mark Moore Gallery, Los

East Hampton NY


“Pattern :::: Chaos,” Cinders Projects, Brooklyn, NY


Francisco, CA 2013

“Flat Fix,” curated by Ryan Steadman

“Out of Moments,” Galerie Vidal Saint-

Cole Gallery, Toronto, ON Canada 2011

“Forth Estate Editions,” Halsey Mckay

Phalle, Paris, France

Gallery, East Hampton, NY


“Stagecraft,” David Krut Projects, NYC

“Domestic Goods,” curated by Ryan


“Vanitas,” Wild Project, NYC

Wallace, Eric Firestone Gallery, East


“Beautiful Balance,” Galerie Vidal Saint-

Hampton, NY

Phalle, Paris, France

“Go Figure,” curated by Eddie Martinez,

“The Belief Signal,” Loyal Gallery,

Dodge Gallery, NYC

Stockholm, Sweden

“Incognito,” Santa Monica Museum of


Art, Santa Monica, CA “Cover Version LP,” Brooklyn Academy


of Music, Brooklyn, NY 2018

“Night, Shortly,” curated by Ryan

“Joseph Hart & Ruby Sky Stiler,” Halsey

Wallace, Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC 2017

“What’s Up, The Americas,” curated by

McKay Gallery, East Hampton, NY 2010

“Default State Network,” Morgan

Lawrence Van Hagen, London, UK

Lehman Gallery, NYC

“New York, New Work,” Albada

“All This and Not Ordinary,” Jeff Bailey

Jelgersma, Amsterdam, Netherlands “Brass Tacks,” curated by Ryan Wallace,

Gallery, NYC 2009

“New Prints / Summer 2009,”

Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles, CA

International Print Center, NYC

“Drawing Island,” The Journal, Brooklyn,

“Subverted Genres,” Sue Scott Gallery,




JOSEPH HART “North American Print Biennial,” 808


Gallery, Boston University, Boston, MA “With Hidden Noise,” David Krut Projects, NYC 2008

“Forth Estate Editions II,” Klaus Von Nichtssagend Gallery, Brooklyn, NY “Cover Version,” Taylor De Cordoba, Los Angeles, CA “Accident Blackspot,” Freight + Volume, NYC “New Talents,” Art Cologne, Cologne, Germany “I Declare This War Is Over,” Triple Base Gallery, San Francisco, CA “Accident Blackspot,” Galerie Markus Winter, Berlin, Germany


“W.I.P.,” Galleri Magnus Aklundh, Malmo, Sweden “Here And Elsewhere,” The Bronx Museum of The Arts, Bronx, NY


“Forth Estate Editions,” Klaus Von Nichtssangend Gallery, Brooklyn, NY “CRG Presents: Klaus Von Nichtssagend,” CRG Gallery, NYC “You Have To Be Almost Gifted To Do What I Do,” Alexander & Bonin, NYC “Don’t Abandon Ship,” Allston Skirt Gallery, Boston, MA


“Selected Drawings,” Klaus Von Nichtssangend, Brooklyn, NY “Loyal And His Band,” Loyal Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden “Greater Brooklyn,” CRG Gallery, NYC “Young Mountain,” curated by Joseph Hart, Sharon Arts Center, Peterborough, NH “Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere,” Loyal Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden


“Dude Ranch,” SPACE 1026, Philadelphia, PA “Gondola Mayo Funnel,” Mimi Barr Gallery, San Francisco, CA

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Art, 20 August 2013. Russeth, Andrew. “Miami Project Arrives,”

GalleristNY, 2012. Donahue, Bridget. “Shapes in Space,” Odd

Antique Catalogue, February 2012. Indrisek, Scott. “Young Blood,” Modern Painters, June 2011. Valli, Marc. “In The Broadest Sense,” Elephant

Magazine, Issue #5, January 2011. Morton, Julia. “Default State Network,” City

Arts, July 2010. Rich, Matthew. “Joseph Hart, and You,”

Stagecraft Catalogue, November 2009. McCrickard, Kate. “History Boy,” Stagecraft

Catalogue, November 2009. Hartig, Frederik. “Das Gefrorene,” Meer No. 4, 2008 Hendeson, Lee. “Bilocation,” Border Crossing, Issue #107, 2008. Chu, Ingrid. “Accident Blackspot,” Time Out New

York, August 2008. Stern, Steven. “Joseph Hart / Fragments,”

Seems Books, July 2008. Loesser, Ernest. “Where The Pieces Fall,” FV

Magazine Vol. 2, 2008. Ribas, João. “Here And Elsewhere,” Bronx

Museum of the Arts, NYC, April 2007. “Beautiful Balance,” Galerie Vidal Saint-Phalle, Paris, France, 2007. Brown, Nick. “The Art of Storytelling,” COLOR

Magazine, October 2006.


JOSEPH HART Stockwell, Craig. “Young Mountain,” Art New

England, October 2005. Alessandrelli, Irina Zucca. “La risposta di Brooklyn alla Grande NY,” Flash Art, August–September 2005. Bengtsson, K., Giunta, A., Leines, M., Lilja, M. “Loyal And His Band: A Five Year Anniversary,” Loyal Books, Stockholm, Sweden, March 2005.


2007-Present Lecturer, The City College of New York, NYC 2015

Visiting Instructor, Penland School of Craft, Penland, NC


Critic, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI

Printed Illustrations, The New York Times, various dates, sections and authors PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC Rhode Island School of Design Museum, Providence, RI Davis Museum at Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA AWARDS, HONORS AND RESIDENCIES


Residency Fellowship, Dieu Donné Papermill, NYC


Juror, Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop / Studio Immersion Project, NYC Guest Lecture, Northeastern University / Dept. of Art & Design, Boston, MA


Guest Lecture, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD North American Print Biennial, Selected Artist, Boston University, Boston, MA


Selected Artist, Art Cologne / New Talents, Cologne, Germany Juror, Scholastic Art Awards / Division of Printmaking and Drawing, NYC


Selected Artist, AIM Program / The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, NY


Guest Lecture, Harvard University / Advocate Arts Presents, Cambridge, MA


Residency Fellowship, Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts, Ithaca, NY


BRIE RUAIS Born in Southern California, 1982 Columbia University, NYC, M.F.A., 2011 New York University, NYC, B.F.A., 2004 Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY “Squid Ink, with Rosey Keyser,” Romer


Young Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2018 2017

“Brie Ruais,” Night Gallery, Los Angeles,

“New Ruins,” curated by Danielle


Mysliwiec and Natalie Campbell,

“Broken Ground,” Halsey McKay Gallery,

American University Museum at the

East Hampton, NY 2016

2015 2014


“According to the Body,” YoungWorld,

Katzen Arts Center, Washington, D.C. 2016

London, UK

“Where You No Longer Are, There is

“3 Sculptors,” Rachel Uffner Gallery,

Your Desert,” Thomas Hunter Project


Space, Hunter College, NYC

“Splotch,” curated by Eileen Jeng,

“130 lbs. of Proximal Frontage,”

Sperone Westwater, NYC

Mesler/Feuer, NYC

“Blue Jean Baby,” September, Hudson,

“Dugout,” Lefebvre & Fils, Paris, France


“Brie Ruais,” Cooper Cole, Toronto,

“Mal Maison,” curated by Ashton


Cooper, Maccarone, NYC

“XO,” Nicole Klagsbrun, NYC

“Low,” curated by Ethan Greenbaum and

“Two Wholes,” Halsey McKay Gallery, East Hampton, NY 2012

“Breather,” Laura Bartlett Gallery,

Detroit, MI

Michael DeLucia, Lyles and King, NYC 2015

“Artists in Crafted: Objects in Flux,”

“Unfolding // Performing Sculpture,”

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA

Vox Populi, Philadelphia, PA

“Road to Ruin,” Cooper Cole, Toronto, Canada “Performative Process,” curated by


Ryan Steadman, Halsey McKay Gallery, 2018 2017

“Night, Shortly,” curated by Ryan

East Hampton, NY

Wallace, Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC

“The Familiar and the Indefinable in

“Brass Tacks,” curated by Ryan Wallace,

Clay: The Scripps 71st Ceramic Annual,”

Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles, CA

Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery,

“True Lies,” Night Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Claremont, CA 2014

“Next,” Arsenal, Toronto, Canada

“Paper Covers Rock: Brie Ruais, Letha

“Geometries of Intimacy,” curated by

Wilson,” September, Hudson, NY

Jess Wilcox and Clara Halpern, Abrons

“Brie Ruais and Lina Puerta,” Dieu

Arts Center, NYC

Donne, Brooklyn, NY

“EAF14: 2014 Emerging Artist

“I go, you go, good to go,” Unclebrother,

Fellowship,” Socrates Sculpture Park,

Hancock, NY

Queens, NY

“Hand Over Hand,” Dennis Miller, NYC

“Next,” Arsenal, Montreal, Canada

“Post-Election,” September Gallery,

“Anna Betbeze & Brie Ruais,” Marc

Hudson, NY

Selwyn Fine Art, organized with Nicole Klagsbrun, Los Angeles, CA


BRIE RUAIS “On The Blue Shore of Silence,” Tracy

“Material,” curated by Doru Olowu,

Williams and Fitzroy Gallery, NYC “A Topography of Chance,” curated by

Salon 94 Freemans, NYC 2011

Stedelijk Museum ‘s-Hertogenbosch, ‘s-

Francisco, CA

Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands

“Lovers,” curated by Martin Basher,

“Paul Clay,” Salon 94 Bowery, NYC

Starkwhite, Auckland, New Zealand

“Fabric as Form,” Jack Tilton Gallery,

“Speaking Through Paint: Hans


Hofmann’s Legacy Today,” curated by

“Columbia University MFA Thesis

Deborah Goodman Davis and Stacey

Exhibtion,” The Fischer Landau Center

Gershon, Lori Bookstein Fine Art, NYC 2013

“BYTS Bosch Young Talent Show,”

Jessica Silverman, Fused Space, San

“Ajar,” curated by Natasha Llorens,

for the Arts, Queens, NY 2010

“Durer’s Rhinocerous,” The LeRoy

Reverse, Brooklyn, NY

Neiman Gallery, Columbia University,

“Come Together: Surviving Sandy Year


1,” curated by Phong Bui, Brooklyn, NY

“The Record Show,” Public Fiction, Los

“Where The Sun Don’t Shine,” curated

Angeles, CA

by 247365, Interstate Projects,

“B-Sides,” 6-8 Months Project Space,

Brooklyn, NY


“Vessels,” The Horticulture Society of

“First-Year MFA Exhibition,” Wallach

New York, NYC

Gallery, Columbia University, NYC

“Group Show,” curated by Clarissa

“Tragic Sense of Life,” Westchester

Dalrymple, Marc Selwyn Fine Arts,

Community College Fine Arts Gallery,

Beverly Hills, CA

Rochester, NY

“Tommy Hartung, Jay Heikes, Alfred Leslie, Sarah Lucas, Luther Price, Brie


Ruais & Ryan Sullivan” curated by Clarissa Dalrymple, Xavier Hufkens, Brussels, Belgium “Omar Khayyam,” Eli Ping Gallery, NYC 2012

“Contemporary Ceramics,” The LeRoy Neiman Gallery, Columbia University, NYC “Peekskill Project V: The New Hudson River School,” The Hudson Valley Contemporary Center for Art, Peekskill,

Schwendener, Martha. “What to See in New York’s Art Fairs this Week,” New York

Times, 2 March 2017. Baumgardner, Julie. “A Guide to America’s Next Great Art Neighborhood,” The New York

Times Style Magazine, 11 January 2017. Hawley, Anthony. “Mail Maison,” Modern

Painters, October/November 2016. Laster, Paul. “Weekend Edition: 12 Things To Do


in New York’s Art World Before

“The LIC Block Party,” SculptureCenter,

February 15,” The Observer, 11 February

Queens, NY “Abject,” 111 Front Space Galleries, Brooklyn, NY “AIRspace Artists in Residence Show,” Abrons Art Center/Henry Street

2016. Steadman, Ryan. “The Top Ten NYC Gallery Shows of 2015,” The, 17 December 2015. Cooper, Ashton. “In The Flesh: Brie Ruais’

Settlement, NYC

delicately bruised ceramics offer a gutsy

“Movement in Three Parts,” Nicole

take on the self-portrait,” Cultured

Klagsbrun Gallery, NYC

Magazine, Fall 2015.


BRIE RUAIS “Goings on About Town, Shortlist,” The New

Yorker, 8 & 15 June 2015, p. 23. Kerr, Dylan. “Full-Contact Ceramics: Sculptor Brie Ruais on Wrestling Conceptual Statements From Mountains of Clay,”, 27 August 2015. “If Walls Could Talk,”, 5 May 2015. Indrisek, Scott. “5 Must-See Gallery Shows,” Blouin, 12 June 2015. Duray, Dan. “Untitled and Zack Feuer Galleries Will Merge on the Lower East Side,, 11 March 2015. Trainor, James. “Up and Coming: Through the Medium of Clay, Sculptor Brie Ruais Lays Herself Bare,”, October 2014. Indrisek, Scott., “Kick it, Push it: A Sculptor gets physical with clay,” Modern Painters, November 2014. Trainor, James. “Brie Ruais, Artists on Artists,” BOMB Magazine, Fall 2014. Indrisek, Scott. “Brie Ruais Gets Physical with her Material,”, 9 September 2014. Ollman, Leah. “Getting Physical with Clay and Fiber at Marc Selwyn,” The Los Angeles Times, 2 August 2014. Astrauskas, Roman. “Ring of Desire: On Brie Ruais’ Nearly Torn Away,” Magenta Magazine Online, May 2014. Patrick, Kendra Jayne. “Brie Ruais,”, April 2014. Vogel, Wendy. “Brie Ruais, Reviews in Brief: New York,” Modern Painters, March 2014. “Hit List: Things We Like,” Modern Painters, February 2014. Wei, Lilly. “Claytime! Ceramics Find Its Place in the Art-World Mainstream,” Art News, January 2014. Colman, David. “Art Scene: The Next Generation,” Architectural Digest, December 2013. Cowansage, Corydon. “Interview with Brie Ruais,” Art, 27 October 2013.

Adams, Abraham. “Critics’ Picks: Ajar,”, 30 October 2013. Peetz, John Arthur. “Critics’ Picks: “Where The Sun Don’t Shine,”, 18 July 2013. Rossetti, Chloe. “Critics’ Picks: Vessels,”, 28 June 2013. Rosenberg, Karen. “Vessels,” The New York

Times, 20 June 2013. Jellicoe, Zoe. “Xavier Hufkens presents Clarissa Dalrymple,” The Word, 22 January 2013. “Weekly Artist Feature,”, 4 June 2012. Wilson, Michael. “Movement in Three Parts,”

Time Out New York, 24 April 2012. Howe, David Everitt. “Dead Weight,”

SculptureCenter SculptureNotebook, June 2012. Sherman, Joan. “Young Artists Look at Old Masters,” The Huffington Post, 15 August 2011. “Goings On About Town, Paul Clay,” The New Yorker, 15 August 2011. Smith, Roberta. “Paul Clay,” The New York Times, 3 June 2011. “Art Exhibit More Strange Than Standard,” Columbia Spectator, 4 April 2010. PUBLICATIONS

Morril, Rebecca and Louisa Elderton, ed. “Vitamin C: New Perspectives in Contemporary Art, Clay and Ceramics,” Phaidon Press, NYC, 2017. Zilber, Emily. “Crafted: Objects in Flux,“ MFA Boston Publications, Boston, MA, 2015. Ollman, Leah. “The Familiar and the Indefinable in Clay: The Scripps 71st Ceramic Annual,” Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, Claremont, CA, 2014. Flam, Jack. “Come Together: Surviving Sandy, Year 1,” Skira, Milan, Italy, 2014. “XO: Brie Ruais,” Nicole Klagsbrun, NYC, November 2013.




Pizzuti Collection, Columbus, OH

Dieu Donné Papermaking Residency, NYC


Anderson Ranch Arts Center Residency, Snowmass Village, CO


Socrates Sculpture Park Emerging Artist Fellowship, NYC The Shandaken Project Residency, Hudson Valley, NY


Guest Artist Exhibition Series, Vox Populi, Philadelphia, PA


Abrons Art Center & Henry Street Settlement, AIRspace Residency, NYC


Vermont Studio Center, Sculpture Fellowship, Johnson, VT


The Philadelphia Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia, PA



Visiting Artist Lecture and Critiques, St. Olaf College Department of Art, Northfield, MN


Ceramics for Adults, Abrons Art Center, NYC


Visiting Artist Lecture, Critiques, and Workshop, Indiana University, Ceramics Department, Bloomington, IN


Visiting Artist Lecture and Critiques, Rhode Island School of Design, Ceramics Department, Providence, RI


Sculpture I, Columbia University, NYC


Visiting Artist Lecture and Critiques, New York Studio Residency Program, NYC


Visiting Artist Lecture, Adelphi University, Art Department, Long Island, NY


Burger Collection, Hong Kong, China Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Canada

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