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ROMARE BEARDEN

Romare Bearden Blues Singer from the Delta, 1987 Watercolor, collage 30 x 40 inches

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MARIO MERZ

Mario Merz ‘IT IS AS POSSIBLE TO HAVE A SPACE WITH TABLES FOR 88 PEOPLE AS IT IS TO HAVE A SPACE TABLE FOR NO ONE,’ 1973 Double-sided pen drawing on paper 37.5 x 26 inches

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SHARON BUTLER

Sharon Butler

SHARON BUTLER

Born 1959, Connecticut, USA

Lives and works in New York

EDUCATION

MFA, Art, University of Connecticut, 1994

BFA, Painting, Massachusetts College of Art, 1987

BA, Art History, Tufts University, MA, 1981

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

“Next Moves,” solo, Jennifer Baahng Gallery, NY, 2022”

“Morning in America,” Theodore:Art, Brooklyn, NY,  2021

“New Paintings,” Theodore:Art, Brooklyn, NY, 2018

“Good Morning Drawings,” SEASON, Seattle, WA, 2017

“Sharon Butler,” Theodore:Art, Brooklyn, NY, 2016

“New Social Situations,” Beacon, NY., 2015

“Dense Surveillance,” SUNY Westchester, NY, 2013

“Precisionist Casual,” Pocket Utopia, NY, 2013

“Gone Wrong,” Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT, 2012

“Sharon Butler: New Paintings,” John Davis Gallery, Hudson, NY, 2009

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

“MOD,” Platform Project Space, Brooklyn, NY, 2022

“Eraser.” Ground Floor Contemporaary, Birmingham, AL, 2022

“Love, Devotion, Surrender, Dedication,” Rick Wester Fine Art, NY, 2021

“Pause,” Theodore Gallery, Tribeca, NY, 2021

“Drawings,” ‘sindikit, Baltimore, MD, 2017

“Restraint and Limitation,” George Caleb Bingham Gallery at the University of Missouri, 2017

“Deux Côtés,” Galerie Jean Fournier, Paris, 2017

“Vernacular,” Theodore:Art, Brooklyn., NY, 2015

“Abstraction and Its Discontents,” Storefront Ten Eyck, Brooklyn, NY, 2014

“Brooklyn Bridge,” George Lawson Gallery, San Francisco, CA, 2014  

AWARDS / FELLOWSHIPS / RESIDENCIES

Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, NY: Resident, 2018.

Creative Capital / Andy Warhol Foundation Arts Writer Grant / Follow-up Grant: Two Coats of Paint, 2016.

Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, NY: Patricia Highsmith-Plangman Resident, 2015.

Creative Capital / Andy Warhol Foundation Arts Writer Grant / Blog category, 2013-14.

Counterproof Press, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT: Artist in Residence, 2014.

Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism: Artist Fellowship, 2008.

Blue Mountain Center Artists and Writers Colony: Fellowship, 1997.

University of Connecticut: Graduate Fellowship, 1990-91.

Vermont Studio Center: Work Study Grant, 1988.

Pollock-Krasner Foundation: Grant Recipient, 1989-90.

SELECTED REVIEWS / INTERVIEWS / ANTHOLOGIES 

Eraser 4, Interviews with Sharon Butler, Matt Kleberg, Jered Sprecher, Jason Stopa, Vadis Turner, Thornton Willis. Edited by Brian Edmunds. Birmingham, AL, Curating Contemporay, 2022

Brainard Carey, “Sharon Butler,” Praxis Interviews on Yale Radio, podcast, January 27, 2022

Laurie Fendrich, “Accidental on Purpose: Sharon Butler at Theodore:Art,” artcritical,web, February 26, 2021

James Panero, “Gallery Chronicle,” The New Criterion, March 2021

Loren Monk, “Sharon Butler at Theodore:Art,”  James Kalm Rough Cuts, video review, January 26, 2021

Leslie Wayne, “Light is Beauty: Sharon Butler talks art, life and blogging,” artcritical, Oct. 1, 2018

Paul D’Agostino, “Instagram Cats: Sharon Butler’s new paintings based on iPad drawings are telling you, quite frankly, that surfaces matter,” Hyperallergic, Sept. 22, 2018

Patrick Neal, “Philosophical Paintings that Bare Their Process,” Hyperallergic, February 5, 2016

Benjamin Riley, “The Critic’s Notebook,” The New Criterion, February 2, 2016

Howard Halle, “Critic’s Picks: Sharon Butler,” Time Out New York, January 25, 2016

VISITING ARTIST / CRITIC / LECTURER

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

Parsons at the New School, New York, NY

Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA

Brown University, Providence, RI

University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT

Penn State University, State College, PA

Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT

University of Wisconsin at Madison, Madison, WI

Minneapolis School of Art and Design, Minneapolis, MN

Maine College of Art, Portland, ME

School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL

Hunter College MFA Program, New York, NY

School of Visual Arts MFA Program, New York, NY

Hoffberger School of Painting, Baltimore, MD

Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY

Cornish College of The Arts, Seattle, WA

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MICHAEL MCCLARD

Michael McClard

MICHAEL MCCLARD

Lives and works in California

 

AWARDS

Two National Endowments of the Arts Fellowships: Media Arts and Visual Arts

 

TEACHING

1983-7

School of Visual Arts, NY

1987

San Francisco Art Institute, CA

1986

Parsons School of Design, NY

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

 
2019
Providence, Jennifer Baahng Gallery, NY

2017 

“True Grit”, Jennifer Baahng Gallery, NY

2007 

“The Downtown Show: The New York Art Scene”, 1974–1984 (Broken  Stories), NY

1997 

“Last Party,” Serge Sorokko Gallery, NY

1996 

“No Wave Cinema 1978–81,” Whitney Museum of American Art, NY

1993 

“A visage découvert” Fondation Cartier pour l’Art Contemporain, Jouy-en Josas, France

1990 

“Aquarian Artists,” Fine Arts Center, University of Rhode Island, “TV’s IN” Max Fish, NY

1989 

“Prisoners of Art,” Police Building, NY

1988 

“Micro sculpture” Fine Arts Center, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, R.I.

“Rebop”, curated by Glen O’Brien, Paula Allan Gallery, NY

1986 

“The Bary Lowen Collection”, MOCA’s Temporary Contemporary, CA

Simon Cerigo Gallery, NY, Benefit for the Poetry Project at St. Marks Church, NY

1984 

“Hundreds of Drawings”, Artists Space Benefit, NY    

1984 

“Bomb Magazine Benefit”, Blum-Helman Warehouse, NY, Art Palace, NY

“Sex Show”, Cable Gallery, NY

1983 

“Prints and Drawings for Collectors”, New Gallery of Contemporary Art, Cleveland, OH

“Terminal New York,” AAA Art, NY

“Intoxication,” Monique Knowlton Gallery, N.Y. NY “Sweet Art”, Ronald Feldman Gallery, NY

“The Pressure to Paint” Marlborough Gallery, NY         

“Figures of Mystery”, Queens Museum, Queens, N.Y.        

“Beast: Animal Imagery in Recent Painting”, PS1, Institute for Art and Urban  Resources, L I C, NY

“New Figuration in America”, Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, Wis.

1982 

“Critic’s Choice”, PS 1, Institute for Art and Urban Resources, LIC, NY

1981 

“New York: New Wave,” PS 1, Institute for Art an Urban Resources, LIC, NY

“Gallery Artists” Mary Boone Gallery, NY

1979 

“Bat Man Show”, 591 Broadway, NY         

“The Doctors and Dentists Show, 591 Broadway, N.Y. NY 

“Income and Wealth Show”, 5  Bleeker Street, NY

1978 

“Exhibit A”, 93 Grand Street, NY 

1977 

“New Art Auction and Exhibition”, Artists Space, NY

1976 

“Ten in Situ”, Colgate College, Hamilton, N.Y.

1975 

“Continuing Work in Various Media” 597 Broadway, NY

1970 

“Young Bay Area Sculptors”, Emanuel Walter Gallery, San Francisco, CA

 

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

 
2022
Bizarre Delight, Jennifer Baahng Gallery, NY

1988 

“Things”, Willoughby Sharp Gallery, NY

1987 

Suzan Cooper Gallery, NY         

1986

Simon Cerigo Gallery, NY

1985 

Curated by Atanasio Di Felice, Harm Bouckaert Gallery, NY

1982 

American Graffiti Gallery, Amsterdam NE

1981 

Mary Boone Gallery, NY

1977 

Konrad Fischer Tunnel Space, Dusseldorf, W. Germany

1975 

“Trial by T.V.”, Hall-walls, Buffalo, NY 

“There’s Meat on These Bones”, The Clocktower, Institute for Art and Urban Resources, NY

 

SELECTED FILM / VIDEO/TV

1993

”Curious White boy,“ independent feature, directed by Thomas W. Wright, staring Taylor Mead; art director

1990

”Force of Circumstance,“ political thriller, 89 min, directed by Liza Bear, produced by Ad Hoc Films; art director 

1982

”Lost Oasis,“ short film, color, 8 min, directed by Liza Bear; co-producer

1981

”Oued Nefifik: A Foreign Movie,“ narrative film, color, 27min, directed by Liza Bear; co-producer

1980

”Communications Update,“ 1/2 hour cable TV program, co-producer 

1979

”ERGO, Unusual Production,“ one hour, weekly, cable TV program featuring esoteric NY artists; executive producer 

1979

”Ipso Facto,“ independent feature, produced by Corpes de Garde, Gronigen, NH; writer, director

1979

”Motive,“ independent featurette; producer, writer, director “Rome ’78,” independent feature, directed by James Nares; actor; shown at New Cinema ”Men in Orbit,“ written by John Lurie; shown at New Cinema de facto director

1978

“Red Italy,” 60 min, directed by Eric Mitchell, shown at New Cinema; additional photography “Kidnapped,” 60 min, directed by Eric Mitchell, shown at New Cinema; sound recording 

1978

“Alien Portrait,” short subject; producer, director 

1978

“All Color News,” live news format, three, one hour cable TV programs; co-producer, director 

1975

”Happy Song Cowboy Show,“ short subject; writer, director

 

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

Glueck, Grace, ”Art: One Man’s Biennial Assembles 102 Artists,“ The New York Times, 15 April 1983

Mouferage, Nicolas, ”Intoxication, 9 April 1983,“ arts Magazine, April 1983 

Preston, ”Art Review: Mystery in Queens,“ News Day, 7 January 1983 

Glueck, Grace, ”Art: ’Figures of Mystery‘ Shows New Work By 10,“ The New York Times, 7 January 1983 

Sussler, Betsy, ”Michael McClard Interview“ Bomb Magazine, No.4, January 1983 

Glueck, Grace, ”Of Beasts and Humans: Some Contemporary Views,“ The New York Times, 14 November 1982 

Wolf, Deborah, ”Mary Boone“ Avenue, October 1982 

Price, Katherine, ”Arte USA,“ Nouvi Argomenti, August-September 1982 

Silverthorne, Jeannie, ”The Pressure to Paint,“ Artforum, October 1982 

Wolfert-Wihlborg, Lee, ”Manhattan’s Avant-Garde Art Dealers,“ Town and Country, September 1982 

Foster, Hal, ”Between Modernism and the Media,“ Art in America, Summer 1982 

Smith, Roberta, ”Group Flex,“ The Village Voice, 22 June 1982 

De Ak, Edit and Cortez, Diego ”Baby Talk,“ Flash Art, May 1982 

Haden-Guest, Anthony, ”The New Queen of the Art Scene,“ New York Magazine, 19 April 1982 

Castle, Ted, ”Michael McClard’s Faces,“ Art Forum, January 1982 

Yoskowitz, Robert, ”Michael McClard,“ Arts Magazine, December 1981 

Acker,Kathy, ”Motive: Interview with Michael McClard“ Bomb Magazine, No.1, January 1981 

Rose, Frank, ”Exploring the Art-Rock Nexus, (Part III)“ Art Express, November 1981 

Foster, Hal, ”Michael McClard at Mary Boone,“ Art in America, December 1981

Larson, Kay, ”Fear of Style,“ New York Magazine, 9 November 1981 

Smith, Roberta, ”Space Walk,“ The Village Voice, 21 October 1981 

Goldberg, Rosalee, Studio International, January 1977 

Perron, Wendy, The SOHO News, 15 May 1976 

Frank, Peter, The SOHO News, 15 January 1976 

Moore, Alan, Art Forum, Summer 1975 

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JAYE MOON

Jaye Moon

JAYE MOON

Born 1963, lives and works in NY

EDUCATION

Pratt Institute MFA, Sculpture, Brooklyn, NY

Sangmyung Women’s University, BFA, Sculpture, Seoul

SELECTED RESIDENCY 

2020

NARS Foundation Studio Relief Program, Brooklyn, New York

2012

CJ Art  Studio Residency, Cheongju, Korea

2011

Fountainhead Residency, Miami, Florida

2009

New York Arts Foundation Fellowship Awards, New York, NY

2009

Al Foundation 6th Visual Art Award, New York, New York

2006

Polack Krasner Foundation Grant Award, New York, NY

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2021

Wizard of Oz, Jennifer Baahng Gallery, New York, NY

2019

Thin Red Line, Gallery MoMo, Tokyo

2018

Thin Red Line, Marisa Newman Projects

2017

Build Up, Hanmi Gallery, Seoul

2015

All in the Game; Art of Jaye Moon, Brick Lane, Seoul

2015

Play things in Modernism, Gallery MoMo, Tokyo

2014

Breaking the Code, Gallery MoMo, Tokyo

2012

Breaking the Code, Newman Popiashevilli Gallery. New York, NY

2012

Luminous, Gallery MoMo, Tokyo

2008

Contained, Newman Popiashevilli Gallery, New York, NY

2007

Modern Living, Max Estralla Gallery, Madrid

2005

Portable Living, Newman Popiashevilli Gallery, New York, NY

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITION

2020

Touch, Marisa Newman Projects, New York, NY

2020

Reflection, Gallery MoMo, Tokyo

2020

Silence of Future: when your tongue vanishes, Nam June Paik Art Center, Yong In, Korea

2019

WorldPride/50 Stonewall 50, Lisa Project NYC, New York, NY

2017

Cityscape, Gallery MoMo, Tokyo

2017

Dynamic Size, Belsky Museum of Art, New Jersey, USA

2017

The City of Homeless, Gimhae Arts Center:Yunsle Art Museum, Gimhae, Korea

2016

Discovery of Space, Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art,  Gyeonggi-do, Korea

2016

The City of Homeless, Arco Art Center, Seoul

2015

Roppongi Art Night, Tokyo, Japan

2014

Lineage of Vision, New York Korean Cultural Service, New York, NY

2014

Shades of Time, Queens Museum. Queens, New York

2014

Shades of Time, New York Korean Cultural Service, New York, NY

2010

Objects, Pelham Art Center, Westchester, NY

2010

Expressions, Jamaica Art Center, Queens, New York

2009

Textile Art, Daegu Art Center, Daegu, Korea

2009

Faces and Facts – Korean Contemporary Art in New York, Sylvia World and Po Kim Art Gallery, New York, NY 

2007

Fashion Meets Art, Macy’s, Herald Square, New York, NY

2007

Dichotomy. New York Korean Cultural Service, New York NY

2004

Opposite, Suite 106 Gallery, New York, NY, 

2001

Rebellion of Space, Dumbo Art Center, Brooklyn, New York

1999

Outerbrough, White Columns, New York, New York

SELECTED COLLECTIONS 

Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art, Gyeonggi Do, Korea

21st  C Museum Hotel, Nashville

Café Royal Hotel, London

Memorial Sloan Kettering Hospital, New York, NY

Takeo Obayashi Collection, Tokyo

Café Royal Hotel, London

Rutter Associates Korea, Seoul

Nexon, Paju, Korea

SELECTED REVIEW & INTERVIEWS 

2019

Interview, Laura Flanders Show 

2019

Brooklyn Street Art by Jaime Rojo & Steven Harrington

2019

Artnet Editor’s Picks, by Taylor Dafoe, January issue

2018

SCASA Magazine, by Won Young Park, July issue

2017

Artnet Editor’s Pick, by Taylor Dafoe, January issue.

2016

Art in Culture, by Kiyoung Peik, Aug issue

2016

Wolganmisool, by Byung Hak Ryu, Aug issue

2016

Misoolsege, by Hye Su Han, Aug issue

2013

Huffington Post by Priscilla Frank

2013

Brooklyn Street Art by Jaime Rojo & Steven Harrington

2012

Huffington Post by Jaime Rojo & Steven Harrington

2012

Art in America by Brian Boucher

2012

Art in the Air by Benjamin Sutton

2012

Interview, Street Art NYC. Noted Artist, by Lois Stavsly

2010

Queens Chronicle, by Willow Belden

2010

The Queens Courier, by Jessica Lyons

2009

News Week (Korean Version) Magazine  by Hyunjung Seo

2009

Prattfolio Magazine, by Adrienne Gyongy, Fall issue

2007

Interview. “De Formas” Telemadrid TV Channel by Baruc Corazon

2006

Art in America, by Brian Boucher, March Issue

2003

Artforum.Com, the August Issue by Lori Waxman.

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Jennifer Cho

….. “The heart of Greater New York dwells in P.S. 1’s basement. Amidst the antiquated machinery in the basement boiler room glistens Jennifer Cho’s “Haystacks,” straw-like bundles of sliced CDs created through a process she describes as “slow-tech.”  


by Logan Hill, WIRED, April 5, 2000

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David Sallie

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