Education

1987: University of New Orleans, New Orleans, LA; MFA
1983: University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Lafayette, LA; BFA

One-Person Exhibitions

2017

  • “An Error Occurred,” Weiss Falk, Basel

2016

  • “Assignment ,” Kai Matsumiya, New York

2015     

  • “Yoga Mat Bread,” Hacienda, Zürich

2014      

  • “Open Concept ,” Kai Matsumiya, New York

2011      

  • “Works on Paper,” Björkholmen Gallery, Stockholm

2010

  • "A Conversation with the Gods," John Tevis Gallery, Paris
  • "My Hobo Routine," Burning Bridges, New York

2007

  • Ingalls and Associates, Miami

2006

  • Feature Inc., New York

2004

  • “Mayflower,” Ingalls and Associates, Miami
  • “The Rabbit Goes in the Hole,” Cheekwood Museum of Art, Nashville, TN

2002

  • “Karate, Tap Dancing, & Ping-Pong,” Roger Björkholmen Gallery, Stockholm
  • Feature Inc., New York
  • “Khlysty, the Owls, and the Others,” Whitney Museum of American Art at Altria, New York (brochure)

2000

  • Feature Inc., New York

1999

  • “The Underneath and Tray," commissioned installation, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
  • Johnson County Community College of Art, Overland Park, KS (brochure)

1998

  • Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, Paris
  • Ten in One Gallery, Chicago (project space)

1997

  • Feature Inc., New York
  • Neuen Gessellschaft für Bildende Kunst, Realismus Studio/NGBK, Berlin (brochure)

Selected Group Exhibitions

2017

  • "Lucky DeBellevue / Elise Duryee-Browner," The Boom Boom Room, Brooklyn
  • "Moko Fukuyama: You Never Know What You Might Find," Motoko Fukuyama's residency project and exhibition, Recess, New York, NY
  • "Sinister Feminism," participant as part of the the Ceramics Club collective, 12th A.I.R. Gallery Biennial, curated by Piper Marshall with Lola Kramer. A.I.R. Gallery, Brooklyn, NY 

2016

  • "Splotch," Sperone Westwater, New York
  • "Drawing,” Kerry Schuss, New York
  • “2 Years of Looking,” curated by Erik Hansen, New Art Projects, London
  • "La Memoria en las Manos,” Maisterravalbuena Gallery, Madrid
  • “Five,” Barrick Museum, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
  • "A Summer Painting Show" (curated by Cleopatra’s and Aaron Bogart), PSM, Berlin

2015

  • "CCCC – Ceramics Club Cash and Carry,” White Columns, New York
  • "G.I.F.T.," curated by Chus Maritnez, Campus of the Arts Basel, Basel / Münchenstein, Switzerland
  • "Group Show," Galerie Francesca Pia, Zürich
  • "Sorry, I've been trying to teach a peacock how to act," Rachel Uffner Gallery, New York

2014

  • "teen glazed" or "cc pop up," Jane Hartsook Gallery, Greenwich House Pottery, New York
  • "The Cats-in-Residence-Program," Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT; curated by Rhonda Lieberman
  • "Man began with the strangeness of his own humanity," Cleopatra's, New York
  • “Abstract Possibilities,” Björkholmen Gallery, Stockholm
  • “LET'S GO LET GO: in memoriam Hudson,” 33 Orchard, New York
  • “Purple States,” Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York; curated by Sam Gordon

2013

  • "The Cat Show," White Columns, New York; curated by Rhonda Lieberman
  • “Social Photography III: An exhibition of cell phone photographs,” Carriage Trade, New York
  • "The Way Things are Made," Spot Welders, New York; curated by Sam Gordon
  • "Summer Solstice," Cafe Dancer, New York
  • "Street Trash: Memphis," organized by Virginia Overton, Aaron Suggs, and Motoko Fukuyama

2012

  • “Four by Four: Collectors Series,” Myhren Gallery, University of Denver, Denver
  • “The Woodpile,”271 Frost Street, Brooklyn, NY
  • “B-Out,” Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York; curated by Scott Hug
  • "Water Feature," Wildlife, Brooklyn, NY; curated by Lizzie Wright and Shaun Kurpa

2011

  • “December,” Mitchell, Innes & Nash, New York; curated by Howie Chen
  • “Join the Black Mamba,” Karma International, Zurich
  • “The Drawing Club,” Soloway Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
  • “Minimalism: Now / Then / Again,” Speed Art Museum, Louisville Kentucky
  • “Take Out,” Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York; curated by Scott Hug
  • “I don’t know if it makes any sense — I feel quite dizzy and a little drunk due to the blow. I will return with more info shortly … ” IMO, Copenhagen; curated by Howie Chen and Tim Saltarelli (Dispatch NY)
  • "Street Trash," Intersection of Commercial St. Franklin Ave, and Dupont St., Brooklyn, NY; organized by James Campbell, Sadie Laska and Virginia Overton
  • “Social Photography II,” Carriage Trade, New York

2010

  • "The Figure: Contemporary Works from the Collection," Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI
  • "Collision," Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI
  • "New Work / NewYork," Fortune Cookie Projects, Singapore; Watergate Gallery, Seoul, Korea; Changart Gallery, Beijing, China (brochure)

2009

  • "Out of Order," Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York; organized by Scott Hug
  • "'the rainbow'," PHIL, Los Angeles
  • "Rob Pruitt's Holiday Flea Market, part of Pop Life: Art in the Material World," Tate Modern, London
  • "H x W x D, Thirty Years of MFA at UNO," The University of New Orleans, New Orleans (catalogue)
  • "Disorganized," Museum 52, New York; organized by Jacob Robichaux

2008

  • "Couples," Roger Björkholmen Gallery, Stockholm
  • "Color in 3D," Westport Arts Center, Wesport, CT; curated by Saul Ostrow
  • "Blueballs," Art Production Fund Lab, New York
  • "Duck Soup," La Mama, New York; curated by Daphne Fitzpatrick
  • "Without Walls," Museum 52, New York

2007

  • “Recent Acquisitions: Contemporary Art," Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
  • "In the Belly of the Whale," Tracy Williams, Ltd, New York; curated by Patrick Callery
  • "Neointegrity," Derek Eller Gallery, New York; curated by Keith Mayerson (catalogue)
  • "Material Pursuits," Robert Hull Fleming Museum, University of Vermont: curated by Evelyn Hankins (catalogue)

2006

  • “Parallel Visions II: ‘Outsider’ and ‘Insider’ Art Today,” Galerie St. Etienne, New York
  • “The Eighth Square: Gender, Life and Desire in the Visual Arts Since 1960,” Museum Ludwig, Cologne (catalogue)
  • "Unwrapping the Wing." The Invisible Museum, Denver, CO; curated by Devon Dikeou
  • “Lucky DeBellevue, Jeff Davis, Christian Holstad,” KS Art, New York
  • “Above Ground,” Mary Goldman Gallery, Los Angeles

2005

  • “Woven,” Gallery W 52, New York, NY; curated by Dinaberg Arts
  • “The sun rises in the evening,” Feature Inc., New York
  • “Sex,” Roger Björkholmen Gallery, Stockholm
  • “Material Matters,” Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY; curated by Andrea Inselmann (catalogue)
  • Group exhibition, Carol Biagiotti Gallery, Florence, Italy

2004

  • “Itsy Bitsy Spider,” Feature Inc., New York
  • “Particle Theory,” Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, OH; curated by Claudine Isé (brochure)
  • “Endless Love,” DC Moore Gallery, New York; curated by Mark Greenwold (brochure)
  • “New York Show,” Opelousas Museum of Art, Opelousas, LA

2003

  • "My People Were Fair and Had Cum in Their Hair," Team Gallery, New York, curated by Bob Nickas
  • “Fright Wig,” Feature Inc., New York
  • “Small Scale Sculpture & Anonymous Tantra Paintings on Paper,” Feature Inc., New York
  • “Peacock Hill,” Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York; Rob Pruitt / Jonathan Horowitz, Fleischmann, NY
  • “ … still or sparkling?,” John Connelly Presents, New York; curated by Nancy Chaikin

2002

  • “K48-3: Teenage Rebel – The Bedroom Show,” John Connelly Presents, New York; curated by Scott Hug
  • “Arte Povera American Style: Funk, Play, Poetry, Labor,” Reinberger Galleries, Cleveland Institute of Art Cleveland, OH (catalogue)
  • “In the Making,” Wattis Institute for Contemporary Art, San Francisco
  • “Playground,” Institute of Contemporary Art at Maine College of Art, Portland, ME
  • “New Attitudes in Sculpture,” The Gallery @ Green Street, Boston; curated by Kenneth L. Freed
  • “Phil.,” 1517 N. Gardner Street, Los Angeles; curated by Tony Payne
  • “American Atelier,” Galeria d’Arte Moderna, Bologna, Italy; curated by Renato Barilli (catalogue)
  • “Toys II,” Kagan Martos Gallery, New York

2001

  • “Fresh: The Altoids Curiously Strong Collection, 1998–2000,” New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York
  • “Invitational Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture,” American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York
  • “Alterations,” James Graham & Sons, New York
  • “Exhibition of Work by Newly Elected Members and Recipients of Honors and Awards,” American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York
  • “Short Stories,” Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
  • “Not a. Lear,” Allston Skirt Gallery, Allston, MA; Gracie Mansion Gallery, New York; curated by ANP
  • “Een goed in de weg staande tafel,” Galerie van Gelder, Amsterdam; curated by Jack Jaeger
  • “Boomerang: Collector’s Choice,” Exit Art, New York; curated by Nancy Portnoy
  • “World Views: Open Studio Exhibition – Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s Artist-in-Residence Program at the World Trade Center,” New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York

2000

  • “Greater New York,” P.S. 1 Institute for Contemporary Art, Long Island City, NY (catalogue)
  • “New York Projects,” Delfina Project Space, London
  • “Fixations: The Obsessional in Contemporary Art,” John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI; curated by Andrea Inselmann (brochure)
  • “Dusk,” I-20, New York; curated by David Hunt (catalogue)
  • “Hairy Forearm’s Self-Referral,” Feature Inc., New York
  • “Collected (In Mind),” Sandra Gering Gallery, New York; curated by Robert Nickas
  • “3ness,” Museum D’hondt-Dhaenens, Deurle, Belgium; curated by ANP, Dike Blair, and Edith Doove (catalogue)
  • “Not a. Lear,” Art Process, Paris; Torch Gallery, Amsterdam; Galerie S. & H. De Buck, Ghent, Belgium; curated by ANP
  • “soft core,” Joseph Helman Gallery, New York

1999

  • “Lucky DeBellevue and Alexander Ross,” Stephen Friedman Gallery, London
  • “Up Your Head,” Feature Inc., New York
  • “Cookie Snow Feature,” Cokkie Snoei, Rotterdam
  • “The Altoids Curiously Strong Collection,” Clementine Gallery, New York; Centre Gallery, Miami- Dade Community College, Miami; insideART, Chicago;Robert Berman Gallery, Santa Monica, CA; Walter/ McBean Gallery, San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco
  • “Mealy Mouthed Materials, Charismatic Shapes & Other Funny Stories,”  Gibson Art Gallery, SUNY College at Potsdam, Potsdam, NY; University Galleries, Illinois State University, Normal, IL; Rowe Arts Gallery, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, NC; Ewing Gallery, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN; Biggen Gallery of Art, Auburn University, Auburn, AL; curated by Sandy Gil and Dan Mills (catalogue)
  • “curious.parking/stupendous.strawberry,” Galerie S. & H. DeBuck, Ghent, Belgium
  • “Loaf,” Baumgartner Galleries, New York
  • Group exhibition, Brent Sikkema, New York
  • “New York Neither / Nor,” Grand Arts, Kansas City MO; curated by Bill Arning (brochure)
  • “Geez Louise! Art After Louise Nevelson,” Educational Art Alliance Gallery, New York

1998

  • “Science,” Feature Inc., New York
  • Three-person exhibition, Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles
  • “Bowie,” Rupert Goldsworthy Gallery, New York
  • I ♥ NEW YORK, Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh, Scotland
  • “Tick Tick Tick,” Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT; curated by David Borofsky
  • “Humble County,” D’Amelio Terras, New York
  • “f.i.s.t,” ANP, Antwerp, Belgium
  • “Opens,” M du B, F, H & g, Montreal
  • “Sassy Nuggets,” Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York

1997

  • Two-person exhibition (with Polly Apfelbaum), Dalarnas Museum, Falun, Sweden
  • “Current Undercurrent: Working in Brooklyn,” Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY
  • “More,” XL Gallery, New York; curated by Tony Payne
  • “New York Drawers,” Gasworks, London; Cornerhouse, Manchester, England

1996

  • “Lisa Beck, Lucky BeBellevue,” Feature Inc., New York
  • “The Experimenters,” Lombard Fried Fine Arts, New York
  • “Fancy,” Pilot Arts, New York
  • Feature Inc., New York
  • “Sculpture in the Air,” Newport Center Mall, Jersey City, NJ
  • “Ab Fab,” Feature Inc., New York
  • “The Most Important Thing in the World: Oasis vs Blur, and Other Artists Who Rock,” The Art Exchange, New York; curated by Bill Arning

1995

  • “FAGGOTS: A Communiqué from North America,” Centro Cultural Ricardo Rojas, Universidad da Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina; curated by Bill Arning
  • “High Anxiety,” New York; curated by Kenny Schachter
  • “Maux Faux,” Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York
  • “Smells Like Vinyl,” Roger Merians Gallery, New York; curated by Thaddeus Strode and Sarah Seager

1994

  • “Dreaming of You,” Garnet Press, Toronto
  • “Friends, Romans and Countrymen,” Feature Inc., New York

1993

  • “The Art of Self-Defense and Revenge … It’s Really Hard,” Momenta Art, New York
  • “The Return of the Cadavre Exquis,” The Drawing Center, New York; The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC; Forum for Contemporary Art, St. Louis, MO; Fundación para el Arte Contemporáneo, Mexico City; Santa Monica Art Museum, Santa Monica, CA; curated by Ann Philbin and Ingrid Schaffner (catalogue)

1993

  • “For Sale,” Flamingo East, New York
  • “Urban Analysis,” Barbara Braathen Gallery, New York

1992

  • “Kitschen,” The Thai Cafe, Brooklyn, NY
  • “The Neurotic Art Show II,” Artist’s Space, New York
  • “Twisted Vision (irony),” Four Walls, Brooklyn, NY

1991

  • “New York Artists: Miniature and Small,” 228 Parliament Gallery, Toronto

1988

  • “12 Proof” (installation), Windows, New Orleans, LA

1987

  • Invitational, Place St Charles, New Orleans, LA
  • “Twenty New Orleans Artists (Art Against AIDS),” Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, LA

1986

  • “Introductions ’86,” Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, LA

Selected Bibliography

2017

2016

2015

2014

2013

2012

  • Blackley, Andrew. “Superimpose,” Art in Print, January-February 2012

2011      

  • Cotter, Holland. “‘Take Out’,” The New York Times, C22
  • “Take Out,” Time Out New York, August 4-10, 37
  • Russeth, Andrew. “The Week in Art Criticism: Dog Days of Summer Edition,” The New York Observer, August 19
  • Join the Black Mamba' at Karma International," Contemporary Art Daily: A Daily Journal of International Exhibitions, May 17, 2011, (reproductions)
  •  Cameron, Dan. "Roving Eye: Dan Cameron's Week in Review: Finer Things — News & Opinion," Art in America
  •  Selman, Carol. "Contemporary Artists Talk About Their Uncommon Threads." Montclair Patch. (reproduction)
  •  Van Siclen, Bill. " In the Galleries: 'Collision' at the RISD Museum celebrates the ephemeral and the experimental," The Providence Journal, January 20, 2011

2010

2009

2008

  • Hoge, Sharon King. "Color in 3D, Contemporary Sculptors Bring the Westport Arts Center to Life," Connecticut Cottages and Gardens, September 2008, 104 (reproduction)

2007

2006

  • Schachtebeck, Ric. "Das Achte Fel in Museum Ludwig Koln," Artnet Magazin, Sept. 15, 2006
  • Baker, R. C. “Lucky DeBellevue,” Village Voice: ShortList, March 22-28, C40
  • Burton, Johanna. Review, Artforum, May, 290-291 (reproduction)
  • Cameron, Kristi. “A Fellowship in Rome,” Metropolis, June, 130 (reproduction)
  • Montreuil, Gregory. Review, Gay City News, March 23-28

2005

  • Rimanelli, David. "Greater New York 2005," Artforum, May 2005

2004

  • Bawa, Avantika. Review of “Itsy Bitsy Spider,” drainmag.com (reproduction)
  • Kushner, Rachel. “Mindy Shapero,” Artforum, November, 210–211
  • Gopnik, Adam. “Endless Love,” New Yorker, February 2, 2004
  • Mayr, Bill. “Ordinary Materials Viewed in New Ways,” Columbus Dispatch, May 22, C1–2
  • Smith, Roberta. Review of “Endless Love,” New York Times, February 6
  • Weinstein, Joel. Review, Flash Art International, November / December, 120 (reproduction)

2003

  • Johnson, Ken. “My People Were Fair … ”, New York Times, October 31, E41
  • Schwendener, Martha. "Still or Sparkling?" Artforum.com, 03.24.03

2002

  • Goings on About Town, The New Yorker, February 11
  • “62 Operai Americani,” Il Giornale Dell Arte, January, 19 (reproduction)
  • Litt, Steven. “Serious Whimsy,” Cleveland Plains Dealer, November 8, 52–53
  • Mansour, Judith. “Bring in the Funk,” Cleveland Magazine (reproduction)
  • Marsano, Beba. “Good Morning America, Tuttoturismo, February, 20 (reproduction)
  • McQuaid, Cate. “Sculptural Delights Abound in Clever, Exuberant Show,” Boston Globe, May 3, C18
  • Moliterni, Rocco. “Officina America,” La Stampa, February 23, 89
  • Naldi, Paola. “Atoms, Ecology, Cybernetics – the creativity of Officina America,” La Repubblica, Bologna, January 23, 27
  • Nilsson, Hakan. Review, Dagens Nyheter, September 27
  • Rossi, Michael. Review, artnet.com, February 7 (reproductions) 
  • Ryan, Zoe. Review, Blueprint, March, 89 (reproductions)
  • Schwendener, Martha. Review, Time Out New York, February 28–March 7, 58 (reproduction)
  • Sherman, Mary. “Sculpture Gets a New Attitude,” Boston Herald, 21 April, 62
  • Sparks, Amy Bracken. “Mélange, American Style,” Northern Ohio Live, November, 16–17 (reproduction)
  • Watson, Brigid. Review, South End News, April 18, 16 (reproduction)

2001

  • Cohen, David. Review of American Academy Invitational, www.artcritical.com, March 26
  • Johnson, Ken. The New York Times, Art Guide, January 12, E51
  • Levin, Kim. Village Voice: Choices, January 2, 68

2000

  • Allfree, Claire. “Art,” Metro, August 3 (reproduction)
  • Coomer, Martin. Review of “New York Projects,” Time Out London, August 23, 52 (reproduction)
  • Cotter, Holland. “New York Contemporary, Defined 150 Ways,” The New York Times, March 6, E:1, 5
  • Halle, Howard. “State of the Art,” Time Out New York, March 16, 80
  • Hunt, David. Review, Art & Text, November, 82 (reproduction)
  • Johnson, Ken. Review, The New York Times, June 2, E34
  • Johnson, Ken. Review of “Collected (in Mind),” The New York Times, March 24, E35
  • Lewis, Julia Einspruch. “Chicago Hang Out,” Interior Design, March, 41 (reproduction)
  • Mahoney, Robert. Review, Time Out New York, June 8, 66 (reproduction)
  • Maxwell, Douglas F. “Greater New York at P.S. 1,” ReviewNY.com (Review magazine), May 1
  • Moffatt, Laura. Review of “New York Projects,” Art Monthly, September, 48–49 (reproduction)
  • Ratnum, Niru S. “Gallery-Controlled Diet,” The Face, August, 133 (reproduction)
  • Saltz, Jerry. “Greater Expectations,” Village Voice, March 14, 67
  • Schulz, George. “DeBellevue Weaves Pipe Cleaners Into Works of Art,” Campus Ledger, B2 (reproduction)
  • Shave, Stuart. “Summer Camp,” i-D, September
  • Stevens, Mark. “21st-Century Express,” New York Magazine, March 13, 92–93 (reproduction)
  • Thorson, Alice. “Sculptures from Stems,” Kansas City Star, (reproduction)
  • Thorson, Alice. “Top of the Week.” Kansas City Star, November 5, Arts, 12(reproduction)
  • Wilsher, Mark. “New York Projects,” What’s On in London, August 16 (reproduction)
  • Ziolkowski, Thad. Review, Artforum, September, 178 (reproduction)

1999

  • “In Fashion,” Hanatsubaki, January, 6 (reproduction)
  • Doove, Edith. “Verrassingen uit Amerika,” De Standaard, February 3, 2
  • Jones, Jonathan. Review of “Up Your Head,” Contemporary Visual Arts, no. 25, 66 (reproduction)
  • Peaker, Carol. “Year Zero,” Canadian Art, Summer, 70 (reproduction)
  • Popelier, Bert. “Jonge Amerikanen,” De Financieel Economische Tijd, February 3, 12
  • Thorson, Alice. “But Seriously … Or Not,” Kansas City Star, July 4, J:1,5 (reproduction)

1998

  • “Jeu de Piste dans les Galeries,” Nova Magazine, October, 45 (reproduction)
  • Arning, Bill. Review, Art in America, January, 97 (reproduction)
  • Arning, Bill, et al. “Top of the Pops,” Out, February, 44 (reproduction)
  • Brackman, Yvette. Review of “Sassy Nuggets,” Time Out New York, July 23, 71
  • Cotter, Holland. Review, The New York Times, July 10, E37
  • Marshall, Robert. Review, Zingmagazine, 149-150
  • Olsson, Thomas. “Som att Vandra i Bilden,” Svenska Dagbladet, January 10, E1
  • Turner, Grady. Review of “Bowie,” Review, December 15, 24–25
  • Zimmer, William. “Mirror of the Moment, Perhaps a Mild Panic,” The New York Times (Connecticut edition), May 31, 18

1997

  • Review of “The Experimenters,” Time Out New York, January 16
  • Arning, Bill. “Brooklyn in the House,” Village Voice, August 26, 87
  • Berg, Ronald. “Pfeifenreinigerkunst,” Der Tagesspiegel, July 23
  • Cotter, Holland. The New York Times: Art Guide, October 3
  • Cotter, Holland. Review, The New York Times, September 26, E37
  • Cotter, Holland. Review of “The Experimenters,” The New York Times, January 10
  • Henze, Nikola. “Pfeifenputzer Sind die Krönung: Lucky DeBellevue in der NGBK.” Berliner Morgenpost, July 15
  • Kay, Manuela. “Lucky DeBellevue: Objekte & Installationen,” Siegessäule, July 1, 28
  • Schmerler, Sarah. Review of “Current Undercurrent,” Time Out New York, July 31
  • Törner, Marianne. “Magiska Kedjor och Golvmåleri,” Falu Kuriren, December 6, 22 (reproduction)
  • Ziolkowski, Thad. Review, Artforum, December, 121–122 (reproduction)

1996

  • Dowd, Luke. Review, thing.net: ThingReviews, March 11
  • Levin, Kim. Village Voice: Choices, March 5

1993

  • Goings on About Town, New Yorker, May 3

1991

  • Taylor, Kate. “Art About,” Toronto Globe and Mail, July 5

1988

  • Review of “Twenty-One New Orleans Artists,” Art Papers, January/February

Projects and Reproductions of Artwork

2016

  • Screening of Sahara / March 2016, at The Sump (New York), with live music accompaniment by David Watson, Craig Kalpakjian and Zach Steinman

  • Co-curator, along with Robert Tracy and Audrey Barico, of the Teaching Gallery at UNLV Marjorie Barrick Museum, Las Vegas, September 2016

  • Redeux (Sort of), curated by Lucky DeBellevue, Kai Matsumiya, New York. January-February 2016

2013

2012

  • Dispatch Superimpose. Dispatch print collaboration.

2011

  • “Collaboration,” curatorial art project, Zingmagazine, issue #22

2010

  • Pop Touched Me, the Art of Rob Pruitt, Abrams, New York(contributed text)

2009

  • Foundation Barbin; founder. Organizer, Inaugural group exhibition, “edia Int'l Group,” New York

2008

  • Whitney Museum of American Art at Altria, 25 Years, forward by Adam D. Weinberg, Introduction by Shamim M. Momin, Yale University Press, pages 31, 120 (reproductions)

2005

  • Index 2005, Fellows and Residents at the American Academy in Rome, Palombi Editore, Rome (reproductions)
  • Pentak, Stephen and Richard Roth, eds. Color Basics, Thomson Wadsworth, pages 108-109 (reproduction)
  • Bedicenti, Donato, Con-Vincere, Donzelli Editore, (book cover, reproduction of artwork)

2004

  • Kocache, Moukhtar, and Erin Shirreff, eds. Site Matters: The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s World Trade Center Artists Residency, 1997- 2001, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, New York, 284–285 (reproductions)

2001

  • “Loose,” Arena Homme, Spring/Summer, 247(reproduction of artwork)

2000

  • Cruz, Amada. Fresh Cream, Phaidon Press, 214–219 (reproductions)

1997

  • Open City, no, 5, pages 57–61 (artist’s project)

1994

  • Haynes, Todd. “Lines of Flight,” Artforum, April, 79 (reproduction of artwork)
  • Schachter, Kenny, ed. Artychoke TV (video program on Manhattan Cable)

Awards and Honors

2016 

  • Artist in Residence, The University of Nevada at Las Vegas (Spring Semester)

2015     

  • P3Studio Artist in Residence, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas in partnership with Art Production Fund, Las Vegas, NV

2010     

  • Nominee, Best Alternative Project:  edia Int'l Group, Foundation Barbin. Rob Pruitt's Art Awards in association with The Guggenheim Museum and White Columns

2009

  • The Versailles Foundation Munn Artists Program, Giverny, France, residency

2004

  • Joseph H. Hazen Rome Prize Fellowship, American Academy in Rome

2001

  • Academy Award in Art, American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York

2000

  • Residency, Delfina, London

1999

  • The Louis Comfort Tiffany Award, (catalogue)