Curriculum Vitae I
If you are not familiar with the purpose of a “curriculum vitae,” let me say that in the US a CV is used in academic circles and medical careers as a “replacement” for a résumé. As you will see this CV elaborates on publications, and other achievements to a greater degree rather than publications, and other achievements along with education. As is typical when dealing with professionals, this is a relatively short CV that highlights publications amd in many cases exhibitions and shows of significance.
2008 “Subject-Object Proof no.2”, special project for PULSE Art Fair, New York City, March 27 – 30
2007 “Beloved Object and Amorous Subject,” envoy, New York City
Select Group Exhibitions
“LEADAWARDS2008,” Deichterhallen Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany March 6 – March 20
“Male: photographs, drawings, paintings and ephemera from the collection of Vince Aletti,” White Columns, New York City February 22 – March 30
“The Appearance and the Thing Itself”, envoy hosted by Greismar&Tamer, Paris, France January 10 – February 16
“Untitled = u [a photographic group show]”, Fette’s Gallery, Los Angeles
“Distinctive Messengers,” The House of Campari, New York City
“Transformations: Photography and Imaging at 25,” Tisch School of the Arts, NYU, New York City
“Come Join The Brotherhood,” Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney, Australia Televised as location setting on CSI, Miami
“The Male Gaze,” The powerHouse Arena, Brooklyn, New York City
“Wig Out,” Belonge Gallery, New York. The exhibition was old in its entirety to the manufacturer of Gabor wigs to be mounted in their primary US offices.
“T(h)ree,” ENVOY Gallery, New York
“Come Join The Brotherhood,” Neon Parc Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
Publish and Be Damned, LACMA, Los Angeles. Featured on Walkabout Boston, and NPR’s “All Things Considered”
“When Fathers Fail,” Daniel Reich Gallery, New York.
Art Basel, Basel, Switzerland. With Printed Matter.
“Six Degrees of Separation,” Stefan Stux Gallery, New York.
“When Artists Say ‘We’,” Artist Space, New York. Curated by Andrea Geyer
Art Basel Miami Beach, Art Metropole and Printed Matter, Miami Beach, Florida
“Face & Figure: Portrait and Figure Study in Contemporary Photography,” Westport Art Center, Westport, CT
Editions/Artists’ Books Fair 2005, Printed Matter booth, New York
AAF Contemporary Art Fair, Daniel Cooney Fine Art, New York
Photo New York, Printed Matter booth, Metropolitan Pavilion, New York
“Summer Salon,” Daniel Cooney Fine Art, New York
Art Basel, Printed Matter, Basel, Switzerland
“Surfeit: An exercise in moderate excess,” ZONE:chelsea center for the arts, New York
“In our minds we have images, called ideas (let’s make pretty things)”, 137 Rivington, New York
Limited Edition Publications and Projects
The difference between a memory, a portrait, a resolution.
I love, I love
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