Solo Exhibits

Solo Project: A Provisional Proposition (a site-specific drawing/performance at the intersection of art, meat, and commerce). Kasia Kay art projects Gallery, Chicago. 2012.

            Le Coq Geant. Auvillar, France. 2011.

            Leo Fortuna Gallery. Hudson, NY. 2008

            Boston Drawing Project. Bernard Toale Gallery. Boston, MA. 2005.

            Miller/Block Gallery. Boston, MA. 2004.

            and everything nice. (Two person show). Boston Drawing Project@ Bernard Toale Gallery. 2004.

            In Praise of Folly. The Artist’s Foundation. Boston, MA. 2003.

            List Art Center. Brown University. 1991.

            Spazio Uno Gallery. Florence, Italy. 1988.

            Syracuse University Fine Arts Gallery. Florence, Italy. 1988.

 

Selected Group Exhibits

2012     CONTEXT Art Miami

2011     Le Cebo. VCCA. Auvillar, France.

             Simmons Collects. Simmons College, Boston, MA.

             Off the Wall, Off the Floor. Walnut Ink Gallery, Michigan City, Indiana.

2010     Point of Contact Collection. Syracuse University, NY.

             Samson. Boston, MA.

             Carroll and Sons. Boston, MA.

             ZieherSmith. New York, NY.

2009     Metro Pictures. New York, NY.

             A caida do muro de Berlim...e de tudos outros muros. Salvador do Bahia, Brazil.

2008     Vote Now. Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts.

             Artcetera. Bernard Toale Gallery. Boston, MA.

2007     James Cohen Gallery. New York, NY.

             Rhys Gallery. Boston, MA.

             From a Drawing Standpoint. Curated by Ana Tiscornia. Leo Fortuna gallery, Hudson, NY.

2006     Size Matters. Juried by Barbara Lee and William Stover. Rhys Gallery. Boston, MA.

             The 19th Drawing Show. Curated by Denise Markonish. Boston Center for the Arts. Boston, MA.

             ArtMatters. 2006 Aids Auction. Boston Center for the Arts. Boston, MA.

2005     Drawing: 6 Perspectives. Curated by Ana Tiscornia. SUNY Old Westfield, NY.

             Childhood Revisited. M.Y. Art Prospects. New York, NY.

             Bedtime Stories. Flying Space Gallery. Sag Harbor, NY.

             Biagiotti Progetto Arte. Florence, Italy.

             Pretty Sweet: The Sentimental Image in Contemporary Art. Curated by Nicholas Capasso.

             DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park. Lincoln, MA.

2004     Toybox. Casas Reigner Gallery. Miami, Florida.

             Shelf Life. Boston Public Library Rare Books Dept./ Mass. College of Art. Boston, MA.

2003     The 18th Drawing Show. Curated by Rafaela Platow. Boston Center for the Arts. Boston, MA.

             Boston Drawing Project @ the Bernard Toale Gallery. Boston, MA.

             Miller/Block Gallery. Boston, MA.

2002     Six Select Six. Whitney Payson Gallery, University of New England. Portland, ME.

             Seen and Remembered. Horn Gallery, Babson College. Wellesley, MA.

             Miller/Block Gallery. Boston, MA.

             OSP Gallery. Boston, MA.

             Selections 2002. Bakalar Gallery, MassachusettsCollege of Art. Boston, MA.

             The 17th Drawing Show. Curated by Bill Arning. Boston Center for the Arts. Boston, MA.

2001     There's a Monster…Emmanuel College. Boston, MA.

             The Chicken Show. Curated by Sarah Wentworth. Boston Center for the Arts. Boston, MA.

1999     Selections: Works by 1998 NEFA Award Winners. Umass/Dartmouth.

             Posing. Curated by Shelley Bancroft. Boston Center for the Arts. Boston, MA.

             Summer Voices. Miller/Block Gallery. Boston, MA.

1998     Dream Botanicals. Howard Yezerski Gallery. Boston, MA.

1997     Hybrid. Curated by Mari Spirito. Mario Diacono Gallery. Boston, MA.

1996     Amos Eno Gallery. New York, NY.

1995     Landmarks. Boston Center for the Arts.

             Six International Artists in Tuscany. San Polo, Italy. 1989.

             The Day After. Florence, Italy. 1987.

             Palazzo Strozzi. Florence, Italy. 1986.

 

Grants/Awards

2012     Fellowship. Bogliasco Foundation. Genova, Italy.

             Visiting Artist. American Academy in Rome, Italy.

2011     Fellowship. VCCA Center in Auvillar, France.

2010     Fellowship. Stone Summer Theory Institute. Chicago.

2009     Residency. Ucross Foundation. Ucross, Wyoming.

2007     Residency. Virginia Center for the Creative Arts.

2004     Visiting Artist Award. American Academy. Rome, Italy.

2004     Fellowship Award. Berkshire/Taconic Artist's Trust.

1998     Fellowship Award. New England Foundation for the Arts.

1993     Residency. Millay Colony for the Arts, New York.

1993     Sally and Milton Avery Fellow Award. Millay Colony, New York.

 

Bibliography

From a Drawing Standpoint. 10/2007. Catalogue. Leo Fortuna Gallery.

„Good Looks: An Artful Whodunit“, Boston Globe. 10/2007

Joseph Thompson, “Art and New England,” catalogue essay. Artist’s Resource Trust: The First Ten Years. 6/2006. Catalogue.

Meredith Fife Day, “The 19th Annual Drawing Show.” Art New England. June/July 2006.

Cate McQuaid, “Best of 2005,” The Boston Globe. 12/30/05.

Cate McQuaid, “With Striking Images Drawing Show Leaves it’s Mark,” The Boston Globe. 12/23/05.

Christopher Millis, “Mutations on a Theme,” The Boston Phoenix. 12/2/05.

Randi Hopkins, “Luck of the Draw”. Providence Phoenix. 11/17/05.

Rachel Gepner, “Drawing Show @ the BCA”. Big Red and Shiny. 11/05.

Maureen Mullarkey, “Myth and it’s Discontents,” The New York Sun, 7/7/05.

Susan Boulanger, “Pretty Sweet.” Art New England June/July 2005.

Charles Giuliano, “Pretty Sweet at DeCordova: Girls and Boys Just Want to have Fun,” Maverick Arts Magazine. 4/05

Scott Ruescher, “Plastic Refuge: Pretty Sweet,”’ ArtsEditor. 3/4/05.

Charles Giuliano, “Guilty Pleasures,” Big, Red, and Shiny. 3/3/05.

Nicholas Capasso, “A Sentimental Journey, or How did We get Here?“ catalogue essay. Pretty Sweet: The Sentimental Image in Contemporary Art. 1/2005. Exhibition Catalogue.

Alexandra Novina, “A Swell of Sentiment“ catalogue essay. Pretty Sweet: The Sentimental Image in Contemporary Art. 1/2005. Exhibition Catalogue.

Cate McQuaid, “Dashes of Brilliance,” The Boston Globe. 6/25/04.

New American Paintings. 2002 Northeast Edition, vol. 38. Open Studios Press.

Sanan Hyder, “New Art Exhibit Reminds us of our Childhoods,” Babson Free press, 4/25/02.

Chris Thompson, "Six et non: UNE's "Six Select Six,” The Portland Phoenix. 3/15/02.

Bill Arning. “Drawing is a Myth-albeit a beautiful one..“, catalogue essay, The Drawing Show. Exhibition      Catalogue. 1/2002.

Sarah Wentworth. “Chicken Stuff(ing)“, catalogue essay. The Chicken Show. Exhibition Catalogue. 7/2001.

New American Paintings. 1999 Northeast Edition, vol. 20. Open Studios Press.

Shelley Bancroft. “Posing,” exhibition essay. 11/1999.

Cate McQuaid, “Posing,” Boston Globe. 12/31/98.

James Hull and Matt McClune, “A Conversation over Dream Botanicals,” ArtsMedia. September 1998.

Charles Giuliano, “Posing,” Sidewalk Boston 11/27/98.

Miles Unger, “Hybrid,” Art New England Oct/Nov 1997.

Jeff Perrott, “Hybrid,” ArtsMedia July/Aug 1997.

Mari Spirito, “Hybrid,” exhibition Essay. Mario Diacono Gallery. 5/1997.

 

Projects in Print

            The Art of Point of Contact. Syracuse University Press. 2007.

            Redlands Review. Volume III Spring 2007. U California, Redlands. 2007.

            “Friends“, Point of Contact: On Love. Vol.6, no. 1-2, 2002, pp.22-27. Syracuse University Press. 2002.

Selected permanent collections: Tate Contemporary (New York); Fidelity Investments; Simmons College; Academy of Fine Arts, Florence; Syracuse University; City of Florence, Italy; Fortman Studios, Florence.

 Representation: Boston Drawing Project, Carroll and Sons, Boston, MA