September, 2012

I am truly honored to be the recipient of an Artadia Award for the 2012 Chicago cycle. Artadia: The Fund for Art and Dialogue paired up with EXPO CHICAGO this year to showcase their finalists. Congratulations to my fellow awardees!

November 15th, 2012 through January, 2013

Julie Rudder has curated my work into an excellent group exhibition titled Embracing the Farb: Modes of Reenactment at the Glass Curtain Gallery of Columbia College.

November 18, 2012 through February 24, 2013

More new work of mine at Hyde Park Art Center, this time in EPIC SOMETHING, the final exhibition of the Quarterly Series. For this exhibition Jamilee Polson Lacy invited Zach Dodson, Dan Gleason, and Caroline Picard to co-curate. Fellow artists featured in the show: Jesse Ball, Irina Botea, EC Brown, Lili Carré, Ezra Clayton Daniels, Edie Fake, B. Ingrid Olson, Frank Pollard, Aay Preston-Myint, Deb Sokolow, Bill Talsma, and Viktor Van Bramer.

September 7, 2012 through October 6th, 2012

The fall season starts off with new work in Invisible Apocalypse; a two person show with me and Bill Berger at Roots and Culture Contemporary Art Center. The opening reception is from 6 to 9 p.m.

September 16, 2012 through January 6, 2013

In September, I will have work included in the second part of Karsten Lund's two year curatorial project Two Histories of the World at the Hyde Park Art Center. Artists in the show include Mara Baker, Sara Black, Laura Davis, Mike Shuh.

June 1, 2012

New work of mine will be included in Field Static, curated by Caroline Picard and Devin King at Co-Prosperity Sphere. Read about the show in an excerpt from the curators' essay on Bad at Sports and in the review in the Newcity Art section.

February 25, 2012

The Southside Hub of Production (SHoP) in Hyde Park is having a group exhibition, This House Is Not a Home through March. A new, site-specific installation of mine can be found there in the butler's pantry. UPDATE: Read Lori Waxman's review in the Chicago Tribune.

November 7, 2011

Philip von Zweck's got his final photocopier project this weekend at Invisible Exports for Performa 11. My edition will be easy to spot.

July 30, 2011

Look for my piece, "Dirty Mirror" (2011, etched glass) at NADA Hudson. It will be part of Philip von Zweck's project hosted by Invisible-Exports (NY).

April 23 - 24, 2011

This weekend will be the first MDW Fair in Chicago's Bridgeport neighborhood. I'll have new work in two spaces: the sculpture garden on the first floor and in Philip von Zweck's project in Chicago Art Review's booth.

March 16, 2011

Thanks Steve Ruiz for inviting me and David Roman to submit our picks for Artists of the Week!

November 15, 2010

Possible Projects out of Philadelphia will release Vol. 1 Issue 3 of their Possible Press publication. My written piece "In the Most Frightening Moments of Our Lives" will be included.

March 13 - March 27, 2010

HungryMan Gallery hosts landscape/ portrait/ still life, curated by Philip von Zweck. Philip chose one of my new still life photographs "Still Life with Grecian Urn" to include in the show. Other artists in the exhibition: Cornet Baldwin, Gaylen Gerber with Jesse Chapman, Andrew Falkowski, Andreas Fischer, Rachel Herman, John Neff and Heidi Norton.

January 23 - February 20, 2010

Jamilee Polson invited me, Dan Gunn and Nicholas Cueva to curate an exhibition as part of her Twelve Galleries Project. Quarterly #1: MinimumixaM at Pentagon Gallery features the work of Eric Fleishauer, Liz Nielsen, Chris Edwards and Xavier Jimenez.

November 4 - December 13, 2009

See my recent work in the group show Site-Unspecific at Domnican University's O'Connor Art Gallery in River Forest, Illinois. Also check out the mini-review of the exhibition by Steve Ruiz on the Chicago Art Review blog.

August 2009 - 2010

I am happy to be participating in The Great Poor Farm Experiment, a project in rural Wisconsin started by Brad Killam and Michelle Grabner of The Suburban. The participating artists' work will be up for a year, inaugurating the space, while Michelle and Brad prepare to host residencies and larger projects. You can find the Poor Farm at E6325 County Highway BB, Manawa, WI.

May 10 - July 5, 2009

My old artist run space, 1/Quarterly, will be temporarily ressurected for the Hyde Park Art Center's Artists Run Chicago. This exhibition is showcasing the energy and audacity of some of the most noteworthy artist-run spaces that have influenced the Chicago contemporary art scene over the past decade. lt will include installations, performances, video, art objects and ephemera provided by artist-run galleries both currently in operation and those dearly departed.

Also in the exhibition, some of my work from Out Land, my 2003 solo show at STANDARD, will be on display.

April 8, 2009

Join me and Florian Slotawa for a discussion about our work at the Museum of Contemporary Photography. The talk begins at 4:15 p.m on the main floor of the museum.

February - April, 2009

My work will be included in the group show PhotoDimensional at the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago. "This exhibition investigates the relationship between sculpture and photography, 2 and 3 dimensions, and perceptual issues that are integral to those relationships."

January 2009

Chicago Artists Resource (CAR) has posted my artist's story.

August - September, 2008

My second solo show of the year Limited Entry opens at Old Gold on Friday, August 29th. Read Dan Gunn's review in Newcity and Karsten Lund's for Flavorpill.

July - August, 2008

I will be participating in the group show Bellwether at Vox Populi in Philadelphia. This exhibition is an exchange between ThreeWalls and Vox, curated by Shannon Stratton. The work will then travel to Kelowna, BC to be shown at Alternator.

Spring 2008

Look for the release of the spring issue of Art Journal. A portfolio of Debris Field with an essay written by Lane Relyea will be included.

April 24-28, 2008

I will be participating in the NEXT Fair during Art Chicago with Old Gold.

March 18, 2008

My graduate thesis show opens at Gallery 400, University of Illiinois at Chicago. Mathew Paul Jinks, Clare Britt and Luis Sanchez will exhibit with me.

March 2008

My conversation with Adam Grossi about the ThreeWallsSOLO show. UPDATE: The interview can now be seen here in .pdf

February 2008

Pick of the week for Art Forum online. Lori Waxman reviews Debris Field.

January 2008

A limited edition catalog of Debris Field is released. A beautiful full color, hardbound book is available for $125USD. For more info please contact me.

January 18 - February 16, 2008

Debris Field opens at ThreeWalls.