Masks/Species of Politics, The Luminous Interval: The D. Daskalopoulos Collection, Guggenheim Bilbao, Spain (curated by Nancy Spector)
One, SOTOSO, Boulevard Maurice Lemonnier 167, Brussels
ΓΑΛΑΞΗ/ Another Study of the Same Page, A.D. gallery, Athens, Greece
Georgia Sagri, Vitamin Kids for Trio A, one night event, Artists Space, New York, (curated by Amy Owen)
Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is and If Approaching Pain Gives You a Way of Recovering the Memory of Flesh Then Go Elsewhere, On Stellar Rays, New York
Yze Alone, performance at The National Theater of Greece, Rex Theater, Upper Circle Foyer, Athens, Greece (curated by Ghislaine Dantan and Eleni Coucou)
Edtaonisl, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London
When you see me again it won’t be me, performance with the dance group ‘It’s our pleasure to serve you’, Smith Stewart Gallery, New York
Confession, Gazon Rouge, Athens, Greece
Georgia Sagri, Gazon Rouge, Athens, Greece
Exercises of Fredom: #19 Attempt. Come. Documenta 14, Athens.
Antigona Model, Onassis Foundation, New York
What people do for money, Manifesta 11, Switzerland
Bread and Roses, The Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw
The Eccentrics, Sculpture Center, New York
Secret Surface, KW Institute for Contemporary Art
14th Istanbul Biennial
forde.ch/exhibita.ch/eat the tool, Forde, Switzerland
I love you Me either, Project Native Informant, London
Biennale de Lyon
Expo 1: New York, MoMA PS1
In the Heart of the Country: Saloon Georgia Sagri, Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw
2012 Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art
MASSAGE [Paul, Rosenkranz, Sagri, Walczak], Andrew Roth Gallery, New York (curated by Alex Kitnick)
Reconstruction #1, On Stellar Rays, New York
Perpetuum nonstabile: Cantata #2 for Lost House Painters, Solo Viola and a Jukebox, performance by Daniel Bozhkov and Georgia Sagri. Cello Suite No.3 in C major by Johann Sebastian Bach, Raul Garcia, viola, Queens Museum of Art, Queens, NY
Father, Mendes Wood, Sao Paulo, Brazil (curated by Diego Singh)
One Minute More, The Kitchen, New York (curated by Debra Singer
Looking back: The White Columns Annual, White Columns, New York (curated by Primary Information)
Vlassis Caniaris. In Contrapunto, National Bank Cultural Foundation, Athens, Greece
The First Image, Centre Regional d’Art Contemporain Languedoc Roussilon, Sete, France (curated by Denys Zacharopoulos)
Back to Crazy, TERRI AND DONNA, Miami Beach
A Seer Out of Season, On Stellar Rays, New York (curated by Candice Mandey and
Yes, AR/Contemporary Gallery, Milan (curated by Tairone Bastien)
Altoids Awards, performance with Ei Arakawa, New Museum, New York
Below Is The Sea And Our Desert Is Beside Us, Art Unlimited, Art Basel 39
Columbia University Thesis Show, Fisher Landau Art Center, Long Island, New York (curated by Joao Ribas)
This is the waiting room, performance with the dance group ‘It’s our pleasure to serve you’, The Unfair Art Fair, Rome, Italy
When you see me again it won’t be me, performance with the dance group ‘It’s our pleasure to serve you’, Smith Stewart Gallery, New York
After Dark, Bushwick Star, New York
Untitled: This is what is going to happen, Lumen House, New York (curated by Summer Guthrey)
Nichts Ist Aufregend, Nichts Ist Sexy, Nichts Ist Nicht Peinlich, performance with the dance group ‘It’s our pleasure to serve you’ Mumok, Vienna (curated by Achim
Hochdörfer und Tanja Widmann)
Mini Concerts in Back Valley, Smith Stewart Gallery, New York
Below Is The Sea And Our Desert Is Beside Us, Destroy Athens, 1st Athens Biennial, Athens, Greece (curated by XYZ)
Fractured Figure, Deste Foundation, Athens, Greece (curated by Jeffrey Deitch)
Dream and Trauma, Works from Dakis Joannou collection, Athens, a joint project withKusthalle Wien and Mumok Museum, Wien
1st Year MFA Show, Columbia University, New York
Panic Room, The Dakis Joannou Collection, Deste Foundation, Athens, Greece
An Outing: The Beltsios Collection: Contemporary Art in Greece in the 21st Century, Trikala, Greece
Art Fab ‘Women in Europe’, group exhibition, Saint Tropez, France
Tatoo My Art, group exhibition, A.Antonopoulou.Art, Athens, Greece (curated by Nadja Argyropoulou)
The Gesture. A Visual Library in Progress, QUARTER, Centro Produzione Arte, Florence,Italy (curated by Marina Fokidis)
Protaseis, Kodra, Thessaloniki, Greece
The Gesture. A Visual Library in Progress, Macedonian Museum of Modern Art, Thessaloniki, Greece
Homage to Drawing, A.Antonopoulou Gallery, Athens, Greece
The Simple Life, Hydra High School, Hydra, Greece
7 Performances & A Conversation, Athens, Greece
Lost in Translation, Hellenic American Union, Athens, Greece
Manderlay, Hotel Astoria, Thessaloniki, Greece
Videokunst Geist, Gemeinschaft und Tschai, Athens, Greece
Domestic Alien, Ileana Tounta Contemporary Art Center, Athens, Greece (curated by Kostis Velonis)
Et In Iraq Ego, Alpha Station, Athens, Greece
Processing Radar, Technopolis, Municipality of Athens, Athens, Greece
Breakthrough! Greece 2004: Contemporary Perspective in the Visual Arts, ARCO 2004,Madrid, Spain
So Much… So Great, Contemporary Art Center, Larissa, Greece (curated by Xenia
Rock Art & the X-Ray Style, Brighton Beach, USA organized by Ryan Foerster
Kyle Thurman (solo), Room East, New York, USA
Space Whole Karaoke, Middlemarch, Brussels, Belgium
Kyle Thurman, Israel Lund, John Baptiste Bernadet, Josh Smith, TORRI, Paris, France
Dead Zone, Nudashank, Baltimore, USA
(305) 696-0800 (solo), Shoot the Lobster, Miami, USA
Red, Maison Particuliere, Brussels, Belgium
Henry Codax, Virginia Overton, Kyle Thurman, Office Baroque, Antwerp, Belgium
Group Show, West Street Gallery, New York, USA
Braman, Buren, Falls, Heilmann, Louis, Thurman, Eleven Rivington, New York, USA
Lackawanna (Sebastian Black and Kyle Thurman), C L E A R I N G, Brussels, Belgium
Royal Rumble at Waffle House, C L E A R I N G and The Journal, Miami, USA
Time and Material, M and B Art, Los Angeles, USA organized by Matt Moravec
Harvest Moon, Brighton Beach, USA organized by Ryan Foerster
Ryan Foerster and Kyle Thurman, West Street Gallery, New York, USA 2010
Press Release, Martos Gallery, New York, USA
Apartment Show, Printed Matter, New York, USA
Young Artists, The Mercantile Fiction Library, New York, USA
CONDO New York, Art Observed, 26 July 2017
Aaron Bogart, Kyle Thurman Off Vendome, Flash Art, 311 November - December 2016
Zak Kitnick, Arms or Legs or Butts or Guts, ARTNEWS, 30 September 2016 Clayton Press, A Lonely Butcher, Arteviste, October 2016
Roberta Smith, 15 Group Shows Not to Miss, The New York Times, 29 January 2015 Abraham Adams, Three Cups Fragrance, Artforum (Critics' Picks), 16 December 2014 Karen Rosenberg, Stay In Love, The New York Times, 17 January 2014
Will Heinrich, Stay in Love, Observer, 15 January 2014
Claude Lorent, Avec des fleurs pigmentées, La Libre Belgique, 17 January 2014
Visiting Artist & related experience
Summer 2016 - Program Assistant - Milton Avery School of the Arts, Bard MFA, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, USA
Spring 2016 semester - Visiting Artist - Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia, USA Fall 2015 semester - Visiting Artist - School of Visual Arts, New York, USA
Writing & exhibition organization
The Longest Bridge, Off Vendome, New York, 2015
Born Lewes Deleware, 1969
1992 B.F.A. California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, CA
Brother Ass, CENTRAL FINE, Miami Beach, April 7-May 31st
Dog Skull Dogs, Miguel Abreu Gallery, NY NY,
Carbon Days, Galeria Nuno Centeno, Porto, Portugal
Burn it Clean, 1301 pe gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Cabin of the Accused, Blaffer Art Museum, Houston, TX Paris, Campoli Presti, Paris These Pellets Here This Powder There, Miguel Abreu Gallery, New York, NY 2015
On Fridays We Have Half Days, Miguel Abreu Gallery, New York, NY 2013
A Moveable Feast – Part V: Blake Rayne, Campoli Presti, Paris, France
Blake Rayne, 1301PE, Los Angeles, CA
Wild Country, Campoli Presti, London, UK
Blake Rayne, Formalist Sidewalk Poetry Club, Miami Beach, FLShade Subscription, Capitain Petzel Gallery, Berlin, GermanyCoastal Graphics, Sutton Lane, Paris, France
2010 Folder and Application, Miguel Abreu Gallery, New York, NY
Rationalisme Appliqué: Blake Rayne & Scott Lyall, 1301 PE, Los Angeles, CA 2009 The World of Interiors at War, Terri and Donna, Miami, FL 2008
Blake Rayne, Sutton Lane, Paris, France Dust of Suns, Miguel Abreu Gallery, New York, NY
The Disappearance of Red Pistachio Shells / The Dawn of the Californian Nut Industry
(1979), Sutton Lane c/o Ghislaine Hussenot, Paris, France
Wallace Nutting with Julia Hill, Sutton Lane, London, UK Empedocles/Hölderlin, Cézanne/Gasquet, Straub/Huillet, Dominique Païni & Blake
Rayne, Miguel Abreu Gallery, New York, NY 2005
Untitled Painting, Kevin Bruk Gallery, Miami, FL Untitled Painting, Reena Spaulings Fine Art, New York, NY
2003 Three of the Four Seasons: “August Evening Walkout,” Greene Naftali, New York, NY 2001 Three of the Four Seasons: “The Winter Line 2,” Greene Naftali, New York, NY 2000 Three of the Four Seasons: “The Winter Line 1,” Johnen + Schöttle, Cologne, Germany
1999 Three of the Four Seasons: “Fall Bouquet,” Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle, Munich, Germany 1998 Three of the Four Seasons: “Autumn Drive,” Greene Naftali, New York, NY 1997 The Arrangement, Newsantandrea arte contemporanea, Savona, Italy 1996 Model, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York, NY
Selected Group Exhibitions
Summer Show, 1301PE, Los Angeles, CA TRUTH BISTRO, curated by Gabriel Lima, Kai Matsumiya, New York, NY 2016
See sun, and think shadow, Gladstone Gallery, New York, NY Tre Amici, Long Branch, NJ Tales of Ratiocination, Campoli Presti, London Small Choice in Rotten Apples, Off Vendome, New York, NY
Collected by Thea Westreich Wagner and Ethan Wagner, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY Works on Paper, Greene Naftali, New York, NY Call and Response, Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York, NY BLUEPRINT, Curated by Sebastiaan Bremer, Florian Idenburg and Jing Liu, Storefront for Art and Architecture, New York, NY Pure Paint for Now People, Curated by Lydia Gravis and Matthew Choberka, Mary Eliz- abeth Dee Shaw Gallery, Weber State University, Ogden, UT
Postcodes: Kind, Coletor, São Paolo, Brazil PLIAGE/FOLD, Gagosian Gallery, Paris, France
Une tradition matérielle, FRAC - Fonds Régional d’Art Contemporain Poitou-Charentes, France Chat Jet: Painting ‹Beyond›The Medium, curated by Sandro Droschl and Christian Eg- ger, Künstlerhaus, Graz, Austria
2012 Art|43|Basel – Art Galleries, Miguel Abreu Gallery, Basel, Switzerland
I Think and That Is All That I Am, Thomas Duncan Gallery, Los Angeles, CA 2011
Art|Basel|Miami Beach – Art Galleries, Miguel Abreu Gallery, Miami, FL Art Brussels 29, Miguel Abreu Gallery, Brussels, Belgium System Analysis, Langen Foundation, Neuss, Germany New York to London and Back: The Medium of Contingency, Thomas Dane Gallery, London, UK
Systems Analysis, West London Projects, London, UK Nikolas Gambaroff, Michael Krebber, R. H. Quaytman, Blake Rayne, Bergen Kunsthall, Norway Swell: Art 1950 – 2010, Metro Pictures, New York, NY Besides, With, Against, And Yet: Abstraction and The Ready-Made Gesture, curated by Debra Singer, The Kitchen, New York, NY Fax, Para/Site Art Space, Hong Kong, SAR Fax, curated by João Ribas (The Drawing Centre) and Independent Curators In- ternational, The Torrance Art Museum, Torrance, CA
Collatéral, curated by Yann Chevalier, Le Confort Moderne, Poitiers, France “The Practice of Joy Before Death; It just would not be a party without you," a Die Störung Situation, Scaramouche Gallery, New York Practice vs. Object, organized by Margaret Liu Clinton, Miguel Abreu Gallery, New York, NY The Space of the Work and the Place of the Object, Sculpture Center, Long Island City, NY
2008 Art|39|Basel – Art Premiere, with Scott Lyall, Miguel Abreu Gallery, Basel, Switzerland
Regroup Show, Miguel Abreu Gallery, New York, NY Thanksgiving, Sutton Lane c/o Ghislaine Hussenot, Paris, France Form as Memory, Miguel Abreu Gallery, New York, NY For the People of Paris, Sutton Lane c/o Ghislaine Hussenot, Paris, France (Cat.)
Make Your Own Life: Artists In and Out of Cologne, Institute of Contemporary Art, Uni- versity of Pennsylvania, PA (touring: Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Seat- tle, Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami) Artspace, Auckland, New Zealand
In Dialogue: Cecily Brown, Jacqueline Humphries, Blake Rayne, Pieter Schoolwerth, Josh Smith, Charline von Heyl, Elizabeth Dee Gallery, New York
The Sublime is (Still) Now, Elizabeth Dee Gallery, New York, NY Establishing Shots, curated by Christian Rattemeyer, Artists Space, New York, NYThe New Romantics, Greene Naftali, New York, NY
2003 Nature Boy, Elizabeth Dee Gallery, New York, NY
Everybody Knows This is Nowhere, Kevin Bruk Gallery, Miami, FL 2002 Painting as Paradox, curated by Lauri Firstenberg, Artists Space, New York, NY 2001-02
Surrounding Interiors: Views Inside the Car, Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale; Davis Mu- seum and Cultural Center, Wellesley Massachusetts; The Frederick R. Weisman Muse- um, University of Minnesota, MN
Extended Painting, Monica De Cardenas, Milano, Italy Group Show, Kevin Bruk Gallery, Miami, FL
New, New, New, curated by Patrick Callery, AdHoc in conjunction with The New Muse- um, New York, NY 3ness, curated by Dike Blair, Jim Dams & Edith Doove, Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens, Belgium
Foul Play, Thread Waxing Space, New York, NY Free Coke, Greene Naftali, New York, NY Part I. Quadrants - Answer yes, no, or don't know, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New YorkCruise Control, Cristinerose Gallery, New York
I LOVE NEW YORK - crossover of contemporary art, Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Ger- many Encyclopedia 1999, Turner & Runyon, Dallas, TX Surfacing the Surface, DFN Gallery, New York
Painting: Now and Forever, Part I, Pat Hearn / Matthew Marks Gallery, New York, NYSuper Freaks-Post Pop & the New Generation, Part II; Odyssey, Greene Naftali, New York, NY
1996-97 100 Photographs, American Fine Arts, Co., New York, NY 1996
The Garage Project: Form 6 Lumina; Thomas Baldwin & Blake Rayne, sponsored by the Mak Center for Art and Architecture, The Schindler Apartments, Los Angeles, CA
Tell Everyone, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York, NY
Crash, Threadwaxing Space, New York, NY Blake Rayne & Scott Lyall, John Good Gallery, New York, NY
Books and Publications
Blair, Dike. “Some Thoughts, 3 Things, and 9 Artists.” 3ness. Deurle: Museum Dhondt- Dhaenens, 2000. Collatéral. Poitiers: Le Confort Moderne; London: Sutton Lane; Leipzig: Lubok, 2010. Duncan, Thomas, et al. Gambaroff, Krebber, Quaytman, Rayne. Bergen: Bergen Kun- sthall, 2010. pp. 50-65.
For the People of Paris. London: Sutton Lane, 2007. pp. 90-93.
I Love New York-crossover of contemporary art. Cologne: Museum Ludwig, 1998. Mackay, Robin, ed. The Medium of Contingency. London: Urbanomic; London: Riding- house, 2011. Rayne, Blake. Miami, FL: Kevin Bruk Gallery, 2005. Rayne, Blake, et al. Tense and Spaced Out. Houston; Blaffer Museum of Art; Berlin: Sternberg Press; New York: Sequence Press, 2017. Schneider, Christiane Maria, ed. Systemanalyse. Neuss: Langen Foundation; Wupper- tal: Prometheus, 2011. pp. 34-39. Schwabsky, Barry, and Jessica Stockholder, eds. Vitamin P2: New Perspectives in Painting. London: Phaidon, 2011. pp. 254-55. Simpson, Bennett, and Joseph Strau. Make your own life: Artists in and Out of Cologne.Philadelphia, PA: Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, 2006.
Selected Bibliography 2017
Galvez, Paul. “Blake Rayne ,” Artforum, Vol. 55, No. 7, March 2017, pp. 273-274 Hawley, Anthony. “Proposing Painting as a Form of Refusal,” Hyperallergic, February 21, 2017
“Blake Rayne, ‘These Pellets Here This Powder There’,” Time Out New York, May 30
“Blake Rayne, ‘On Fridays We Have Half Days’,” Time Out New York, May 15-21
2011 Beeson, John. “Mode of Production,” Texte zur Kunst, No, 84, December
Macaes, Bruno. “Blake Rayne’s Shade Subscription,” Art-agenda.com, October 11 2010
Burns, Aileen. “Gambaroff, Rayne, Quaytman, Krebber.” Art in America, November-De- cember Halle, Howard. “Blake Rayne, Folder and Application,” Time Out New York. May 27 - June 2
Lewis, David. “Critic’s Picks: Collatéral,” Artforum.com, July 13 Ho-Sing, Nikki. “A Solid Existence,” Tokion, V 2.9, March Johnson, Ken. “Aesthetic Withdrawal in the Quest for Ideas,” The New York Times. Jan- uary 22
Lewis, David. “Blake Rayne,” Frieze, October Marshall, J. Piper. “Blake Rayne,” Art Papers, July-August Basta, Sarina. “Blake Rayne,” Texte zur Kunst, No. 70, June Coburn, Tyler. “Blake Rayne,” ArtReview, Summer Bentley, Kyle. “Blake Rayne,” Artforum. Summer Doran, Anne. “Blake Rayne,” Time Out New York. May 8-14, p. 62 Saltz, Jerry. “Critic’s Pick, Blake Rayne,” New York Magazine, April 29 Cotter, Holland. “Blake Rayne,” The New York Times, April 24
Lavrador, Judicaël. “Blake Rayne,” Les Inrockuptibles. No. 600, May 29
2004 Sholis, Brian. “Critic's Pick: ...The New Romantics,” artforum.com, January
Glueck, Grace. “The New Romantics,” The New York Times, January 23 2003
Kelsey, John. “Blake Rayne: Greene Naftali,” Artforum, September McAllister, Jackie. “Blake Rayne ...August Evening Walk Out,” Time Out New York, May 29 - June 5 Johnson, Ken. “Art Review: Blake Rayne,” The New York Times, May 23
2001 Aukeman, Anastasia. “Blake Rayne at Greene Naftali,” Art in America, April
Simpson, Bennett. “Blake Rayne,” Frieze, Issue 58, April 2000
Brennan, Michael. “Painter's Journal”, artnet.com, November Griffin, Tim. Review, “The Winter Line,” Time Out New York. November 16 - 23, p. 82
Review, “The Winter Line,” The New Yorker. November 13 Griffin, Tim. “Blake Rayne,” purple prose. Summer
Roos, Von Renate. “Des Pudels Kern,” Review Galerie Johnen + Schottle, Kölner Stadt- Anzeiger. June 22 Jocks, Heinz-Norbert. “I Love New York,” Kunstforum. January-February, p. 346
“Ich kaufe gern,” Das Wichtigste, July 11 Skelton, Carl. “Painting Now and Forever Part 1,” dART International, Fall Blair, Dike. “Autumn Drive,” The Thing. www.thing.net, October “Mob Rule #16: Are You Being Installed?,” NY Arts Magazinem No. 25, October, p. 7-8 Conley, Kevin. “Autumn Drive,” The New Yorker, October 12, p.19-20 Blackburn, Meg. “Autumn Drive,” NY Arts Magazine, No. 24, September, p.38 Schmerler, Sarah. “Autumn Drive,” Time Out New York, October 1-8, p. 64 Pinchbeck, Daniel. interview, The Art Newspaper, Vol, X, No. 84, September, p.60
Berruti, Antonella. “The Arrangement,” Juliet Conti, Viana. “The Arrangement,” Flash Art, Vol. XXX, No. 205 Dee Mitchell, Charles. “Blake Rayne at Greene Naftali,” Art in America, May
1996 Anastas, Rhea. “Notes toward a Criticism for Artists Who Write,” Spring
Assistant Professor & Director of Graduate Studies, Columbia University, School of the Arts, New York
2010 Fellowship at the American Academy in Berlin
2001 Richard and Hinda Rosenthal Foundation Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters
Selected Public Collections
Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY Portland Museum of Art, Portland, OR Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY Cerntre Georges Pompidou, Paris France FRAC - Fonds Regional d'Art Contemporain Poitou-Charentes, France
Born in Argentina, lives and works in New York
MA in Comparative Literature, New York University. Thesis title: “Truth as a Rapidly Fleeing Grimace: Kafka’s Zürau Aphorisms and Chiasmic Unity.”
PhD candidate at the Department of Comparative Literature, New York University. Advisor: Boris Groys.
Licenciatura en Filosofía, Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Universidad de Buenos Aires.
Scholarships and awards
MacCracken Fellowship, New York University.
Santander Río National Award for Academic Merit, a national award offered by Banco Santander Río, an Argentine bank, providing support for one year.
Six-month extension of Beca Estímulo, a merit-based fellowship to support research at the University of Buenos Aires.
Bourse d’Éxcellence, a merit-based scholarship from the French government to pursue undergraduate studies in France. Declined.
“ Infancia”, PLYMOUTH ROCK, ZURICH
“Texts and Ideas: The Image, Between Nature and Culture,” The College Core Curriculum, New York University.
Teaching Assistant, “Dante’s Divine Comedy,” New York University.
“Texts and Ideas: Moral Psychology,” The College Core Curriculum, New York University.
“Texts and Ideas: Topics—Scenes of Instruction,” The College Core Curriculum, New York University.
Editorial Assistant at Political Concepts: A Critical Lexicon, web-based journal directed by Ann Stoler and Jay Bernstein (New School for Social Research).
Member of committee for the selection of teaching assistants of the first and second levels for the Logic course, University of Buenos Aires.
- “About the Veracity of Representation in Cartesian Philosophy”, inE. Assalone, L. Misseri (comp.), El giro subjetivista de la Filosofía Moderna: perspectivas históricas y debates contemporáneos, ISBN 978-987-26163-0-4, Mar del Plata, Ediciones Cátedra de Filosofía Moderna, 2010. Available online at: http://jornadasfilomoderna.blogspot.com
ORAL PRESENTATIONS AT CONFERENCES
- “Nor A Posteriori Nor Stipulated: Differences In How Biology and Chemistry Divide The Natural World”, in XVI National Congress of Philosophy, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Scheduled for March 2013.
- “Natural Kind Terms: A Pluralistic Semantic Proposal”, in GAF Lectures, Argentine Society for Philosophical Analysis (SADAF). November 2012.
- “Causality and Material Falsity in Descartes’ Theory of Ideas”, inXV National Congress of Philosophy, Buenos Aires, Argentina. December 2010.
- “About the Veracity of Representation in Cartesian Philosophy”, in National Conference on Modern Philosophy, Mar del Plata, Argentina. September 2010.
Born in Argentina
Social Communications, Universidad Argentina John F. Kennedy, Buenos Aires
Research Analyst in Aesthetics and Hermeneutic Studies in the projects: Surrealist Poetry in the 40’s in Argentina and “Chronicles form el Rio de la Plata” under the directorship of PhD Graciela Maturo; Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Cientificas y Tecnologicas (CONICET)
Introduction to Cinema, Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA)
Rid of Me or the ExorcistFredic Snitzer Gallery, Miami
"Dual" exhibitions 2009
Muriel and Julia, with Clayton Deutsch, Terri and Donna at Kasthoo, Los Angeles
Group Exhibitions 2016
“Holdings: Selections from the Permanent Collection”, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, June-September
“Face to Face, Selections from the Ernesto Esposito Collection”, Palazzo Fruscione, Salerno, Italy
“Locally Sourced”, The American University Museum, Washington DC
“Recent Acquisitions”, Pérez Art Museum Miami.
“I now you've got soul”, Arndt Singapore
“Recent Acquisitions”, (October 2014- March 2015) Perez Art Museum Miami “Prospects”, MOCA San Diego “Le Ragioni Della Pittura. Esiti e Prospettive di un Medium” (Curated by Eugenio Viola) at the Fondazione Malvina Menegaz, Castelbasso “Faceoff”, Braverman Gallery, Tel Aviv.
Potage de Madame Zazou, curated by Georgia Sagri and Patti Hertling, April 21st, NY. Collection, Tomio Koyama Gallery, Singapore, April 9th-28.
Le Fil Rouge, Lucie Fontaine curates Various Small Fires, with Kerstin Braetsch, Liz Magic Laser, Anna Sew Hoy, Andrea Longracre-White. 10 years/ 10 artists: Annarumma Gallery, with Carter, Rashid Johnson Jen DeNike, Bert Rodriguez, Eduardo Sarabia, Dan Attoe, and Hank Willis Thomas. Napoli, February, 2013.
Blue Denim: Diego Singh, Anna Sew Hoy, Liz Magic Laser. (Curated by Esther Kim-Varet) Various Small Fires. Shadows of a Nation, Mclemoi Gallery, Sydney, Australia. Practices Remain, (Curated by Odalis Valdivieso and Marcos Valella) Regina Rex, New York, NY. The Power of presence, (Curated by Dmitry Komis) The Chelsea Hotel, NY. Practices Remain, with Jim Drain, Christy Ghast, Odalis Valdivieso, etc, Miami, FL
2011 -Selections from the De La Cruz Collection for Art Basel Miami Beach, De la Cruz Collection, Miami, FL -smART, Freedom Tower, Miami Dade Community College (curated by Sonia Becce), Miami, FL "Summer Time Blues" Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami
2010 "Father" Mendes Wood Gallery, Säo Paulo
2009 Back To Crazy, Terri And Donna, Miami
2007 Drawn In/ Drawn Out, Florida Atlantic University
2006 Think Warm, Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo Constant Disturbance, Centro Cultural Espanol, Miami For all and for no one, (curated by Bonnie Clearwater) Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami
2004 I Feel Mysterious Today, (Curated by Dominic Molon) Palm Beach ICA I Feel Mysterious Today, Satellite exhibition, Aqua Gallery, Miami Pinata Party, Gavin Brown's Enterprise at Passerby, NY
Curatorial Projects 2012-Current: Founder at Central Fine Miami Beach and Buenos Aires.
2010: Father http://www.mendeswooddm.com/en/exhibitions/coletiva-father/release 2009-2010 Co Director at Terri and Donna with Clayton Deutsch, Miami. Artists exhibited: Blake Rayne (Solo show), Georgia Sagri, Phillip Zach, Jim Drain, Davis Rhodes, Carlos Sandoval de Leon (Solo show), Felix Larreta (Solo show), Clayton Deutsch, Diego Singh, Taylor Kretschmar (Solo show), Washed Out (Band) 2003-2004 Curator at The Miami Light Project, Miami.
Table For One, Dominic Molon, Diego Singh, Rene Morales, Hernan Bas, Gerard Hemsworth, Sonia Becce. Published by Old Hand Office, Tomio Koyama Gallery and Mendes Wood Gallery.
2014 Viola, Eugenio: La Ragione della Pittura, Fondazzione Malvina Menegaz per le Arti e la Cultura, Italy.
Becce, Sonia, smART, Miami Dade College
Moreno, Gean: Constant Disturbance, Centro Cultural Espanol, Miami
Molon, Dominic: I feel Mysterious Today, Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art, 2005
2014 Artistas Argentinos, Argentine Embassy in Miami, 2014
Abrams, Loney, “Can Abstract Painting Be Political? Curator Alex Gartenfeld on the Secret Power Relations Embedded in Contemporary Canvases”, Artspace.com, October 14, 2016. http://www.artspace.com/magazine/interviews_features/qa/new-museum-2018-triennial-curator-alex-gartenfeld-on-the-politics-of-abstraction-54284
Menessini, Alesandra: “L’Argentina di Diego Singh per la primera volta della Macca”, L’Unione Sarda, july 5th
Vanali Roberta: “Arte dell'America Latina in Sardegna. Apre a Cagliari la nuova Galleria Macca: ecco le immagini dall'opening della personale di Diego Singh”, Artibune, Italy, July 5th
Tolve, Antonello , “Evanescenza dell’identità. Diego Singh esordisce in Europa” December 5, 2012, Artibune, Italy.
Caragliano Renata: Prima Personalle in Europa dell’ Argentino Diego Singh, La Repubblica, October 20, 2012,Italy.
Forrest Nicholas: Diego Singh and Daniel Arsham headline MCLEMOI Gallery Group Show, December 2012
Forrest, Nicholas: “Diego Singh does denim at Sydney’s, MCLEMOI gallery, BlouinArt info, August 20, 2012.
MODERN PAINTERS, “50 under 50, The Young Collectors Issue”, Pp. 68, Summer, 2011.
Moreno Sarah, SmArt, una muestra de art y educacion, El Nuevo Herald, December 2010
Moreno Gean, Diego Singh, ART NEXUS Magazine, October 2010
Triff Alfredo, Miami Bourbaki, Miami, April 2010
Turner Elisa, Art Circuits, March 2010
Moreno, Gean, “The brief life of TERRI AND DONNA”, Art Papers, 2010
Herrera, Adriana: “Quemando las Naves”, El Nuevo Herald, January, 2008
Moreno, Gean: “Self-portrait as Another”, ART PAPERS, May 2006
Tokyo Art Beat, 2007
Tomio Koyama Gallery Think Warm, Tokyo, 2007
Weinberg Michelle, Constant Disturbance, Miami Sun Post, January 2006
Weinberg, Michelle: Art KRUSH, LA, November 2005
Turner Elisa, Critic’s pick, The Miami Herald, October 2005
Herrera, Adriana, “Colgando de un Hilo”, El Nuevo Herald, Miami, September 2005
Alfredo Triff, “Loose Threads”, Miami New Times, September 2005
Suarez de Jesus Carlos,” In darkness there is light”, Miami New Times, October 2005
Schwan, Gary: “Goth meets Goethe”, Palm Beach Post. Jan, 2005
Herrera, Adriana: “Viajeros del Lberinto”, El Nuevo Herlad, Feb, 2005, Miami, Florida
MAG, Museum Reviews, “I Feel Mysterious Today”, Palm Beach Institute of
Contemporary Art, December 2004
Martell, Marisol. “Art Chicago”, Art Nexus, October 2004.
Molon, Dominic, “I Feel Mysterious Today”, Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art, 2004
Molon, Dominic. Art Talk, Art Circuits, November 2004
Moreno, Gean.“If You Believe Hard Enough”, ART US, September
Sjostrom, Jan: “Art of Ambiguity”, Palm Beach Daily News, Palm Beach, October 28, 2004
Born 1987 in Tehran, Iran. Lives and works in New York.
2016 MFA Photography, Bard College, New York
2015 Creative Practices Program in Photography, International Center of
ARTADIA New York Award
One person exhibition (upcoming), CENTRAL FINE, Miami Beach, January 2020
With My Hands Over My Mouth, Page-NYC, New York
May Died in June, Delgosha Gallery, Tehran
Everything Is True, Kai Matsumiya, New York
Read It Loud, GNYP Gallery, Berlin
Things to Know (Persian Techniques), Dastan Gallery, Tehran
USPrime, Maryam Harandi Gallery, Tehran
Selected Group Exhibitions
The Shed’s Open Call, Shed, New York
When Legacies Become Debts, The Mosaic Rooms, London, U.K
Not for everybody, curated by Allie Tepper, Simone Subal Gallery, New York
Fear Eats the Soul, 67 Ludlow, New York
Condo New York, Off Vendome Gallery, New York
Compassionate Protocols, curated by Moyra Davey and Jason Simon, Callicoon Fine Arts, New York
We the Dulles, fortfortfort, New York
Bridges, Dumbo, New York
Landscape Changes 30 Times, Anahita gallery, Tehran
Tipping Point, ICP, New York
Wandering Island, Parking Gallery, Tehran
Hafttir, Kaf Project, Tehran
Invisible Present, Artist's Television Access, San Francisco, California
Iranian Pulse, Oi Futuro Flamengo, Rio de Janeiro
2011 Reassemblage, Assar Art Gallery, Tehran
Iranian Contemporary Photography, Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art, Tehran
Image of the Year, Iranian Artist's House, Tehran
The Revolution Is Not a Virgin, UnionDocs, Brooklyn, NY
Of Conspiration and Resuscitation, curated by Azar Mahmoudian, Arkipal,
Urban Observations, Tehran;What Kind of Modern?, Sheffield Fringe U.K
USPrime, International Film Festival Rotterdam, Netherlands
2019 Wu, Simon. Not For Everybody, The Offing Magazine.
2018 Atterbury, Daisy. Not Corrective. Not Correct. Talking at the Boundaries, The Center for the Humanities, the Graduate Center City University of New York blog, August 14, 2018.
2017 Garcia, J. New York – Condo New York: Off Vendome Hosts Freedman Fitzpatrick through July 28th, 2017, Art Observed, July 26, 2017.
Hoseini, Maryam. The Best of 2017, The December Issue, Artforum. Print. Langjahr, Kathleen. Indexical Inversions and Haptic Transcendence: Hadi
Fallahpisheh’s Photograms, Temporary Art Review, March 27, 2017.
Work of Hadi Fallahpisheh, Tandis Magazine.
2016 Frame, Allen. In the Studio of Hadi Fallahpisheh, Photograph Magazine, September October 2016. Print.
2014 Tayyari, Shabahang. Works of Hadi Fallahpisheh, White Hot Magazine, May 2014.
2013 Koll, Juri. How Artists Survive: Never Stop Pushing/Hold This and I’ll Be
Thinks: Mistaken Identity, Bad at Sports
May Died in June, Don/Dean
A New Glass, Oranbeg Press
2014 Iran, Landscape Stories
Residencies and Fellowships
2018 Ceramics Studio at Hunter College, New York
NMPoetics, Santa Fe, New Mexico
Bard Grant and Scholarship, Bard College, New York
International Center for Photography Grant and Scholarship, New York Bard Grant and Scholarship, Bard College, New York
Destination known “Sha’rba6i” Kashan 256 km, Tehran
Born in Providence, RI, 1983
2009 MFA, Yale University School of Art, New Haven, CT 2005
BFA, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI 2004
Yale Norfolk School of Music and Art, Norfolk, CT
2019 Solo show, February, at CENTRAL FINE, Miami Beach
Infinity Pool, 576 Morgan Ave, Brooklyn, NY
Just Disco, Real Fine Arts, Brooklyn, NY
Have You Ever Met A Mime So Real?, The Lasting Concept at Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles, CA
Super Killer Instinct, Green Gallery, Milwaukee, WI
Crows, Real Fine Arts, Brooklyn, NY
As Long As You Get To Be Somebody's Slave, Too, Thomas Erben Gallery, New York, NY
BITTE (collaboration with Brendan Harman), Terminal Projects, Brooklyn, NY
Nothing to Blame But Gemini, Real Fine Arts, Brooklyn, NY
Selected Group Exhibitions
All’estero & Dr. K.’s Badereise nach Riva: Version B, Croy Nielson, Vienna, curated by Saim Demircan
Painting Now and Forever, Part III, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York, NY
Soul is a Four Letter Word, Museum Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, curated by Cody Goebl
FOTG, Mitchell Algus Gallery, New York, NY
ak tu pięknie i niech cię nigdy nie zapomną, Dawid Radziszewski, Warsaw, Poland, curated by Rózsa Farkas
New Human Agenda, ANDNOW, Dallas, TX, organized by Cloud Burst Advisory & Eli Ping
Option to the Death Of Freedom, Casemore Kirkeby, San Francisco, CA
The world is waiting for the sunrise, TCB, Melbourne, Australia
Über ein Glas Wein, 67 Steps, Los Angeles, CA, presented by Carl Louie
The Enclosed Sun, Doyers, New York, NY, organized by Elisabeth Ivers and Olivia Shao
Works on Paper: 1813-2016, Mitchell Algus Gallery, New York, NY
Mortal Sequence, Brennan & Griffin, New York, NY, curated by Heather Guertin
Zombie Formalism, ca. 1970/2016, Mitchell Algus Gallery, New York, NY
Real Fine Arts Presents, 809 Washington St, New York, NY
An Increasingly Desperate Man, Alter Space, San Francisco, CA, curated by Quintessa Matranga
Some Gallerists, ML Artspace @ the duck, Berlin, Germany
The Peoples Biennial, 10-01 44th Rd, Long Island City, NY, curated by Bradley Kronz
“Fear, Punishment, and Boredom: Whitney Claflin at RFA” Topical Cream, March 17, 2017. http://topicalcream.info/editorial/fear-punishment-and-boredom-whitney-claflin-at-rfa/
“Goings on About Town” The New Yorker, December 19, 2016. 28. Morgan, Nicholas Chittenden, “Critic’s Picks” Artforum, November 2016. https://www.artforum.com/picks/section=la#picks64728
Bollen, Christopher, “The Ones To Watch,” Interview, December 2, 2015. 144.
Russeth, Andrew, “Art in the Dead of Winter: A Painting Blowout at Gavin Brown,
The Winter Antiques Show, and ML Artspace,” ArtNews, January 29, 2015. http://www.artnews.com/2015/01/29/art-in-the-dead-of-winter-a-painting-blowout-at- gavin-brown-the-winter-antiques-show-ml-artspace/
Russeth, Andrew, “I Don’t Want To Go To Chelsea: The Appeal of Home and Studio Galleries,” ArtNews, November 21, 2014.
Howe, David Everitt, “Baby it's cold outside,” ArtReview, February 2014.http://artreview.com/previews/preview_new_york_exhibitions_feb_2014/
Russeth, Andrew, “On View: ‘Whitney Claflin: Crows' at Real Fine Arts,” NY Observer, January 15, 2014. http://observer.com/2014/01/whitney-claflin-crows-at-real-fine-arts/ Blagojevic, Bosko, “Critic’s Picks” Artforum, January 2014. http://artforum.com/picks/id=44906
Rutland, Beau, “Slant: Best of 2012,” Artforum, December 13, 2012. http://artforum.com/slant/id=38157
Smith, Roberta, “Art Fairs, Full of Bling If Not Fire,” The New York Times, December 13, 2012. AR26.
Smith, Roberta, “The Listings.” The New York Times, July 6, 2013. C17.
Smith, Roberta, “Like Watching Paint Thrive,” The New York Times, June 29, 2012. C23.
Simpson, Ashley, “Whitney Claflin: When There’s No Starbucks Nearby,” Interview, June 28, 2012. http://www.interviewmagazine.com/art/whitney-claflin/