EXHIBITIONS            (bold= individual)

2014

Liquidation at G-MK, Zagreb.

2013

Flying on my own cloud, Flores do Cabo, Sintra, Portugal.

Liquidation at Stacion, Prishtina, Kosovo.

Between Document & Fiction, Marquee Theater, University of Wisconsin.

2012 

Passing the Veil: of tXX XXXXXXX XX XXXXX, Marginal Utility, First Among Equals, Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia.

Collective/Performative, Exit Art, New York.

Signs from the Parking Lot, Brooklyn Arts Council, Brooklyn, New York. 

HELP/LESS, Printed Matter, New York.

2011             

Even a Mirror Casts a Shadow, Process Room, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin.                       

The Days of This Society Are Numbered, Abrons Art Center, New York, NY. 

Between Document and Fiction, Maus Hábitos and Passos Manuel, Oporto.

Gifting Abstraction, Soho 20 Chelsea, NY, NY.

2010 

Re:Group: Beyond Models of Consensus, Eyebeam Art and

Technology Center, New York, NY.

Big Show 5, Silas Marder, Bridgehampton, NY.

2009            

Actions for Urban Spaces, Art in General, NY, NY.

1 Century, 10 Pencils, 100 Drawings, Museum of the Presidency of the Republic, Lisbon.

Spatial Relations, Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, Georgia.

2008

Democracy in America—Convergence Center, Creative Time,

Park Avenue Armory, New York, NY.

2007

Whitney Museum of American Art Independent Study Program,

Artist’s Space, New York, NY.

Land Grab, Apex Art, New York, NY.

Urban Interface Oslo, Atelier Nord, Oslo.

Monoprints, Pace Editions, New York, NY.

2006

Supervisors, Michael Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles.

Steam Shop (or the Painter’s Studio), Fábrica da Pólvora, Barcarena, Portugal.

Seeing the Invisible, Riccardo Crespi Gallery, Milan.

Mind the Gap, Smack Mellon, Brooklyn, NY.

2005

Obras Laranjas (Orange Works), with Sancho Silva, Project Room, Centro Cultural de Belém, Lisbon.

Wonderful Fund, Le Musée de Marrakech, Morocco;

Pallant House Gallery, Chichester, UK.

plane air, Michael Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles.

Report from NYC, Susquehanna Museum of Art, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

Resonance, Hun Gallery, New York, NY.

Mystery History, Broadway Gallery, New York, NY.                   

2004            

Detonation, Anthology Film Archives, New York,NY.

Ray of Light, Saatchi and Saatchi Headquarters, New York, NY.

D'Artistes Americains, La Miroterie, Paris.

2002           

Beyond the Gates, Art in General, Williamsburg Art and Historical Center, Brooklyn, NY.


EDUCATION 

2005-2006   Whitney Museum of American Art, Independent Study Program, New York, NY.

1986-1990  Bachelor of Arts, Classics, Colby College, Waterville, Maine.


PRESENTATIONS

2014

Productive Confusion and Urban Interventionist Art, 'Liquidation' Conference, hosted by G-MK, Zagreb.

Artist Presentation, AR.Co, Lisbon.

2012 

On Interventionism and Productive Confusion, Exit Art, New York, NY.

Graduate Art Theory Seminar, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia.

2011
Arte Util, A- Lab Forum, Queens, NY.

Mapping Spectral Traces, National University of Ireland at Maynooth, Dublin.

Artist in Residency Program (ARP), Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin.

Stoop Series, Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia.

2010

Activist Interiors, The New School, New York, NY.      

Participation-ism and the Limits of Collaboration, Eyebeam Art and Technology Center, New York, NY.

Open Call, PS. 1 and Creative Time, Queens, NY.                                            

Urban Public Art, The New School, NY.

2009                       

Stealth Public Art, session at College Art Association Annual Conference, Los Angeles.

Actions for Urban Spaces Roundtable, Art in General, New York, NY.                          

2008                          

Museum as Hub, New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, NY.

2007

Strategies of Occupation: Grabbing Land and the Political Agency of the Artist,

Vera List Center, The New School, New York, NY.

2007

The Porous City, (conference), Oslo, Norway.

2002           

Organizer/Lecturer, Robert Smithson: Grounding Art, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY.

 

PUBLICATIONS           

2012

“Every Exit Is an Entrance: 30 Years of Exit Art,” Holland Cotter,New York Times, May 10.

“Court Jester: Is Richard Prince Using the Legal System as a Medium?,” New York Observer, May 29.

2011 “Authorized Disruption: John Hawke and Orange Works, 2005–10,” Radical History Review, Duke University Press (volume 109), Winter.

Scènes à Faire, Art and Law Residency Program (exhibition catalog).

2009

1 Century, 10 Pencils, 100 Drawings, Viarco Express,

Museum of the Presidency of the Republic, Lisbon, (exhibition catalog).

2008

Democracy in America, Creative Time Books, New York, NY, (exhibition catalog).

“With Politics in the Air, a Freedom Free-for-All Comes to Town,” Holland Cotter,

New York Times, September 23.

2007

“Art in Review,” Roberta Smith, New York Times, December 7.

“Build a Fort,” David Michael Perez, rhizome.org.

“Land Grab,” Shane McAdams, Brooklyn Rail, Dec.

“Seeing the Invisible,” Samuel Menin, Flash Art, Feb.

Steam Shop (or the Painter’s Studio), Gulbenkien Foundation, (exhibition catalog).

“Filling the Void,” Olympia Kazi, Architect’s Newspaper, May.

2006

Mind the Gap, Eva Diaz and Beth Stryker, (exhibition catalog).

2005

The Wonderful Fund Collection, (exhibition catalog).

“Report from NYC” The Patriot News, October.

2003

InStyle magazine, Fall/Winter.

2001

New American Paintings: the MFA Annual, Open Studios Press.

2012             

Art and Law Residency, Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, NY.

Artist Community Collaboration Award, Brooklyn Arts Council, NY.

2011

Artist in Residency Program, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, Ireland.

2005            

Kress Foundation Curatorial Fellowship,

Department of European Paintings and Sculpture, Brooklyn Museum.

2002            

MFA, MS degrees with Highest Distinction, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY.

2000                        

Pratt Circle Award - Outstanding Academic Achievement. Pratt Institute.

 

COLLECTIONS                
Alliance Bernstein, New York, NY.

Capital Group, New York, NY.

Martin Brest, Hollywood, CA.

Microsoft Corporation, Redmond, WA.

Sidley Austin LLP, New York, NY.

Wonderful Fund, London, UK.

 

REPRESENTATION

2002-present: Michael Kohn Gallery Los Angeles, CA.

2007-present: Pace Editions, New York, NY.

 

AUTHORED REVIEWS AND CRITICISM

2005                                    

“Lost in Queens,” Brooklyn Rail (BR), April.

2004

“Unbroken Kilometers,” BR, September.

“Carol Peligian at East,” BR, June.

“Mark Lombardi: Global Networks,” BR, January.

2003                        

“Landslide,” BR, September.

“Water, Water,” BR, September.

“Remains of the Day,” BR, March.

“Raw,” BR, March.

2002            

“John O’ Conner: Schemes Out,” BR, December.

“Sacred Matter,” BR, September.

“Art in Lisbon,” BR, August.

“Rendez-Vous,” BR, May.

“I’m With Nature,” BR, April.

“Kim Jones at Pierogi,” BR, February.

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2008-2009; 2011  Suffolk County Community College, Visual Arts Department, Selden, NY.     

2010   Fairleigh Dickinson University, Visual and Performing Arts Department, Madison, NJ.

2008-2010   Essex County College, Humanities Department, Newark, NJ.

2008   County College of Morris, Department of Visual Arts, Randolph, NJ.

 

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