JAISHRI ABICHANDANI

MFA, Goldsmiths College, University of London, UK (2005)
Post Graduate Diploma in Visual Arts, Goldsmiths College, University of London, UK (2003)
BA, Queens College, City University of New York, USA (1991)

Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY

Solo Exhibitions and Projects

2010 Dirty Jewels, Rossi and Rossi, London, UK
2008 Reconciliations, Gallery Sumukha. Bangalore, India
Bijli: Heart of a Drag Queen, Kran Film Collective Space. Brussels, Belgium
2007 Reconciliations, Queens Museum of Art. New York City, USA
Signs of the Times, Williams College. Massachusetts, USA
2004 The Enchanted Life of…, Nature Morte Gallery. New Delhi, India
2002 Mind's Desire, Gallery Chemould. Mumbai, India
Mind's Desire, NYU Asian Pacific American Studies Institute Gallery. New York City
Under Western Skies, Castle of Good Hope. Capetown, South Africa

Selected Group Exhibitions

2010 The Empire Strikes Back, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK
Heartland, Rossi and Rossi, Art Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Malleable Memory, Aicon Gallery, New York City, USA
The Waste Land, White Box Gallery, New York City, USA
Bring Me a Lion, Hunt Gallery, St. Louis, Missouri, USA
Untitled Project: Thingamajigs, Gallery OED, Kochi, India
2009 Frontiers of Time, IVAM, Valencia, Spain
Conflicting Tales, Burger Collection, Berlin, Germany
Gender and Performativity, Alexandria Contemporary Arts Forum, Alexandria, Egypt
Anomalies, Rossi and Rossi London, UK
Indian Popular Culture, and beyond: The Untold(the rise of) Schisms, Sala Alcalá Madrid, Spain
Transitional Aesthetics, Beijing 798 Biennale Dashanzi Arts District Beijing, China
Artists in Exile, Arario Gallery, New York City, USA
Re- Imagining Asia, New Art Gallery Walsall. Walsall, UK
Contemporary India, Gallery Project Ann Arbor. Michigan, USA
Shifting Shapes, Unstable Signs, Yale School of Art. Connecticut, USA
Have We Moved Away From Whats Hotter Than Curry Yet, Gallery Open Eyed Dreams, Kochi, India
Gen Next IV, Aakriti Art Gallery, Kolkotta, India
2008 Re Imagining Asia, House of World Cultures. Berlin, Germany
The Tea Pavillion, Third Guangzhou Triennial, Guangdong Museum of Art. Guangzhou, China
Everywhere is War (and Rumors of War), Bodhi Art. Mumbai, India
Korea International Art Fair, Avanthay Contemporary. Seoul, Korea
Stories We Tell, NYSAFF. Art in General. New York City, USA
Global Honking Ground, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. San Francisco, USA
The B Sides, Al Jira Center for Contemporary Art. New Jersey, USA
Emerging Discourse…of the Diaspora, Bodhi Art. New York City, USA
The Ego, The Persona, The Shadow and The Old Man, The Guild Art Gallery. New York
2008 Declaration of Immigration, National Museum of Mexican Art, Chicago. Illinois, USA
Fire Walkers, Stephen Stux Gallery. New York City, USA
Exploding the Lotus, Arts and Culture Center of Hollywood. Florida, USA
Recent Acquisions to Momenta Art's Video Library, Momenta Art Gallery. New York
Moving Beyond the Frame, Gallery Espace. Delhi, India
Critical Studio, Macy Gallery, Columbia University. New York City,USA
A Wrinkle in Time, Rotunda Gallery. New York City, USA
Real Fiction, Asian Contemporary Art Fair New York City, USA
Kunst 08, Avanthay Contemporary. Zurich, Switzerland
2007 Emergency Room, P.S.1/ MOMA. New York City, USA
Hobby Horse, Avanthay Contemporary. Zurich, Switzerland
Arte Nuevo Interactiva 07, Galleria del Teatro Peon Contreras. Merida, Mexico
Photoimagen 07, French Embassy Gallery. Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
As if I had seen it with my own eyes and said it with my own voice, Impakt Festival Utrecht, Netherlands
Femme Fantastique, Volitant Gallery. Austin. TX, USA
Enfoco New Works 10th Anniversary Exhibition, Longwood Art Gallery. New York City
Transfixed, NYSAFF. Alwan for the Arts. New York City, USA
Momenta Art Auction 2007, Momenta Art Gallery and White Columns Gallery. New York City
Sultana's Dream, Exit Art. New York City, USA
2006 Deuces ex Machina, Market Gallery. Glasgow, UK
Dangling between the real thing and the sign in the window, Dam Stuhltrager Gallery. New York
Believe, Rush Arts Gallery. New York City, USA
Wild Girls, Exit Art. New York City, USA
The Love Show, Hans Weiss New Space Art Gallery. Connecticut, USA
Deviant Bodies, CEPA Gallery. Buffalo, New York. USA
Momenta Art Auction 2006, Momenta Art Gallery and White Columns Gallery. New York
60 Seconds of Play, Saltworks Gallery & Forum Gallery of Cranbrook Academy of Arts. Georgia,
Monitor 2: Contemporary South Asian Film and Video, National Film Board of Canada. Toronto
2005 Post Graduate Exhibition, Goldsmiths College. London, U.K
Brooklyn Shakers, Wooster Arts Space. New York City, USA
2004 The Crystal Land, Al Jira Center for Contemporary Art. New Jersey, USA
Coming Soon.., Siskil Film Center. Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, USA
Masala: Diversity and Democracy in South Asian Art, William Benton Museum of Art.
University of Connecticut. Connecticut, USA
2003 Only Skin Deep: A National Survey, International Center for Photography. New York City, USA
BQE, White Box Gallery. New York City, USA
Through Customs, Bose Pacia Modern Gallery. New York City, USA
2002 Queens International, Queens Museum of Art. New York City, USA
Aar Paar, Public Art exhibit in Mumbai & Karachi, India and Pakistan.
Mango, Talwar Gallery. New York City, USA
Borderless Terrain's, India Habitat Center. New Delhi, India.
2001 Crossing the Line, Queens Museum of Art. New York City, USA
The Rebellion of Space, DUMBO Arts Center. New York City, USA
Enfoco New Works 2001, Bronx River Arts Center. New York City, USA
Under the Western Sky, National Center for Performing Arts. Mumbai, India.



ERIC S. AYOTTE

Born 1980 Oceanside, California.

2007 Goldsmiths College University of London
Masters Degree in Fine Art
2003 Goldsmiths College University of London
Post Graduate Degree
2002 Rhode Island School of Design
Bachelors Degree in Fine Art
2001 International Exchange
Glasgow School of Art, Scotland

Lives and works in Red Hook, Brooklyn.

Select solo exhibitions

2010 Drawing Blood curated by Kathleen Work Gallery, Brooklyn
2009 The Breaking Point Work Gallery, Brooklyn
The Wassaic Project Wassaic, New York
Fortress of Solitude Bushwick Open Studios, Brooklyn
Westbourne Open Studios Art below zero, London
2008 Pattern Recognition II White Chapel Project Space
Lets Bolt! Again! Rocks Paper Scissor Gallery, San Francisco
Dream Tigers Vaudville Park, Brooklyn
2007 Foreign Bodies (IES) White Box, New York
Coupe de Pouse Galerie Suty, Paris
Shift Work Gallery, Brooklyn
Let's Bolt! CVS Center, New York
Degree Show Goldsmiths College University of London
RISD Biennial Exit Art, New York
The Celeste Prize Truman Brewery, London
2006 RISD Biennial Exit Art, New York
2005 Brooklyn Shakers Wooster Art Space, New York

Select Group shows

2009 The Breaking Point: Eric Ayotte and Etan Ilfeld Tenderpixel, London
2008 Samson Young and Eric Ayotte Work Gallery, Brooklyn
Sungfeel Young and Eric Ayotte Tenderpixel, London



SHELLY BAHL

Born in Benares India, 1970.

M.A. (Studio Art), New York University, New York, NY
B.F.A. (Specialized Honors in Visual Art), York University, Toronto, Canada

Lives and works in New York City and Toronto.

Solo Exhibitions

2007 A Day In the Life, LEE Ka-sing Gallery, Toronto
2005 Pink Is the Navy Blue of India, Design Exchange Museum (in conjunction with the Tamasha! project),Toronto; Gallery 19 London, UK; Khyber Centre For the Arts, Halifax, NS;and M.Y. Art Prospects, New York
2003 F F F F Fashion, RichmondArtGallery, Richmond, BC
1999 Random Works, 1995 - 1999, Art Folio Gallery, Chandigarh, India
1998 Hey Ladies!, Women's Art Resource Centre Gallery, Toronto, Ontario
1996 More Miniatures..., Visual Arts Ontario, Toronto
The (Big) Miniature Paintings, (curated by Marilyn Jung), MHSO Galleries, Toronto
1995 Scrolls, A Space Gallery, Projects Space, Toronto
Ceremonial, 80 Washington SquareEast Galleries, New York University


Selected Group Exhibitions

2009 Carte Grise (Dazibao Centre de Photographies Actuelles, Montreal
Canada and the World: Asian Imaginings GalesGallery, York University, Toronto
Me Me Me Pool Art Fair, The Wyndam Garden Hotel, NewYor
2008 Distant Shores, Cultural Exchange In Contemporary Art McIninch Art Gallery, Southern
New Hampshire University, Manchester, NH
Metro Poles, Art In Action A collaborative project of the JamaicaCenter For Arts and Learning
Erasing Borders, Tabla Rasa Gallery, Guild Gallery,Brownson Art Gallery at Manhattanville College, Hammond Museum & Queens Museum of Art.
Style of Consequence: A Look at Style and Fashion in Art. F.U.E.L. Collection Gallery, Philadelphia
2007 The Feminine Mystique Jersey City Museum, NJ
Jamaica Flux: Workspaces and Windows, Jamaica Center For Arts and Learning & a site-specific public art project, Queens, NY.
Made in the USA: New Immigrant Artists in the Lower East Side (Gibson), Ernest Rubenstein Gallery, The Educational Alliance, New York
Merging Influence: Eastern Elements In New American Art, Montserrat
College of Art Gallery, Beverly, MA
Trans_ Queens Library Gallery, New York
Double Consciousness, The Mattress Factory Museum, Pittsburg
1900-2000: A Century of Women and Work, Workers Arts and Heritage Centre Museum, Hamilton, ON
2006 Believe (curated by Derrick Adams), Rush Arts Gallery, New York
2005 Bollywood Chaat, (curated by SAVAC), DesignExchangeMuseum, Toronto
2004 6th International Biennial of Young Artists, Center For Contemporary Culture, Vrsac, Serbia and Montenegro
100 Cuts, Gallery 312, Chicago, IL
Masala: Diversity and Democracy in South Asian Art, WilliamBentonMuseum of Art, University of Connecticut, Storrs
2003-04 [ESC] Electronic Social Culture, Centre A, Vancouver; and A Space Gallery, Toronto
2003 Miraculous: Contemporary Exvotos Paintings, chezTGN, Brooklyn, NY
4 x 4, DurhamArtGallery, Durham, ON
Through Customs Whitney Museum American Art), BosePaciaModern Gallery&SAWCC, New York
Prism , Advocate Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2002-03 Migrations North – South / South – North: The Chile and Canada Exchange Project Mayrhofer and Jose Mansilla), Matucana 100, Santiago, and the Calbuco Arts Festival,
Calbuco, Chile; Art Gallery of Algoma, Sault St. Marie, ON; Gallery 44, Toronto.
2002 Borderless Terrain, Visual Arts Gallery -India Habitat Centre, Delhi
Looking For Dick (curated by Carla Garnet), Open Studio Gallery, Toronto
Try This, The Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn
Relations, M.Y. Art Prospects, New York
Casual Deities, BosePaciaModern Gallery, New York

Artist Residencies:

2003-04 Artists Alliance Inc., New York
2003 The Banff Centre For the Arts, Banff, AB
Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT
1999 Sanskriti Kendra Foundation Centre, New Delhi, India
1998 Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT



RUBY CHISHTI

Born in 1963, Pakistan.

Bronze Casting, Art Foundry Gallery, Sacramento, CA, USA (2004)
Sculpture Ceramics, El Dorado centre, Placerville, CA, USA (2004)
BFA, National College of Arts Lahore, Pakistan (1988)

The artist lives and works in New York, USA

Solo Exhibitions

2006 Nest of Memories, Vermont Studio Center, Johnsons, Vermont
2001 Nawai Sarosh (Voice of an Angel), Rohtas II, Lahore, Pakistan
Group Exhibitions

2009 'In the vast valley of my heart there is a place' Solo Show at Green Cardamom Gallery, London
Three Artists from Pakistan, Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi, India
Duet, Center for Contemporary Art Sacramento, CA
2008 Simply paper, IVS Gallery, Karachi, Pakistan
SAWCC 11th Visual Art Show, Rods and Cones, Abrons Art Center, NYC
There is no hero, Solo show at Canvas Gallery, Karachi, Pakistan
Intimacy, Ivan Daugherty Gallery
Engendered (Sex, Sexuality, Ritual and Religion), South Asian Multidisciplinary Art Festival, Lincoln Center, New York City
Intimacy, Ivan Daugherty Gallery, Sydney, Australia (Catalogue), At Plimsoll Gallery, Centre for the Arts, Hobart, Australia
2007 Intensity of Space and Substance, National Art Gallery, Islamabad.
2006 Soft Restraint, SAVAC, G + Galleries, Toronto, Canada
Vasl Artist, VM Gallery, Karachi, Pakistan
2005 Feats of clay, XVIII Gladding, Mcbean, Lincoln, California (catalogue)
2004 Museum of Childhood, London, UK
Bronze Show, Art Foundry Gallery, Sacramento, California
2003 Affiliations, Wlash Gallery, Chicago
Sangam, Urbis, Manchester, UK
2002 Threads, Dreams, Desires, Harris Museum Preston, UK (Catalogue)
2001 Vasl,' Amin Guljee's Gallery, Karachi, Pakistan
2000 Eye Still Seeks, Ivan Dougherty Gallery, Sydney, Australia

Workshops

2009 What makes you smile, Workshop with children at NAZ foundation, Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi, India
Immortalize yourself, Shakerag Workshop at Sewanee, Tennessee, USA
2008 DWAYER, International Workshop for women, Alexandria, Egypt
2003 Workshop with children at community center, Toronto, USA
2001 Why discard material or relationship? Harris Museum, Preston, UK
2000 Vasl, First International Artist Workshop, Gaddani, Pakistan

Residencies

2006 Vasl Residency, Karachi, Pakistan
2006 BNU, Lahore, Pakistan
2001 Harris Museum, Preston, UK

Awards

2006 Fellowship Award, Vermont Studio Center, VT



MIKE ESTABROOK

MFA Queens College, CUNY, Queens, NY (2005)
BFA University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, II (1993)

Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY

Select Exhibitions

2010 Maleable Memory, Aikon Galllery, NYC
Texas FireHouse Presents, Season Opener 2010, Texas FireHouse, LIC, NY
Beijing Bai Jiu Battles, NY Arts Beijing, Beijing, China
2009 The Neon Knives Are Sharp On Broadway, Broadway Gallery, NYC
Feedback, Cuchifritos Gallery, NYC
The Universe Has Us In It's Sights, ABC No Rio, NYC
God Doesn't Like Ugly, The Church of St. Paul The Apostle, NYC
The Bushwick Biennial, Nurture Art, Brooklyn, NY
A Conflicted State. ISE Foundation, NYC, NY
Artists In Exile, Arario Gallery, NYC, NY
Labyrinth Wall, From Mythology to Reality, Exit Art, NYC, NY
2008 History Keeps Me Awake at Night: A Genealogy of Wojnarowicz, PPOW, NYC
What's So Funny About Peace, Love, and Understanding, Esso Gallery, NYC
The Map Show, Rockland Center for the Arts, West Nyack, NY
Unsure Gents, Flood Gallery, Asheville, NC
Art Dissident 55 Rue Notre-Dame. Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Emergence, Governor's island, NYC
IDG 4, ArtBreak Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
The Ides of March, ABC No Rio, NYC
2007 Standing Army, Solo Show, HQ Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Quote, Unquote, Nuture Art, Brooklyn, NY
Emergency Room, PS1/MOMA, Long Island City, NY
Mash Up, Tastes Like Chicken, Brooklyn, NY
2006 AIM 26: Artists in The Market Place exhibition, The Bronx Museum, NY
The War Show: Invasion, Art of This, Minneapolis, MN
Seen Through Glass. Conflux '06. Glowlab. Brooklyn, NY
The War Show: Tactics, Future Prospects Gallery, Manila, The Philippines Four Freedoms, Martin Art Gallery, Muhlenberg College, Allentown, PA
Headlines, Pierro Gallery, South Orange, NJ
2005 IAM5, Parker's Box, Brooklyn, NY
Three Cities Against the Wall, Beit Ha'omanim, Tel Aviv, Israel; ABC No Rio, NYC;
Al-Hallaj, Ramallah, Palestine
Island Art Film and Video Festival, Prenelle Gallery, London U.K.
2004 Democracy Was Fun, White Box, NYC
Queens International, The Queens Museum, Queens, NY
Mayday Text/Noise, Asterisk Art, Brooklyn, NY
Founding Fathers, ABC No Rio, NYC
Cops, ABC No Rio, NYC
2003 Art of Resistance, Peace Williamsburg, Office Ops, Brooklyn, NY
ELS, LESX, NYC
Disaster, ABC No Rio, NYC
2002 Fear, Paranoia, and Malevolence, ABC No Rio, NYC

Residencies

2010 NY Arts Beijing, Beijing, The People's Republic of China
LMCC Swing Space, Governor's Island, NY
2009 AAI Rotating Studio Program, Artist Alliance, NYC
2007 Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Workspace Program, NYC
Elsewhere Artist Collaborative, Greensboro, NC
2005 Artists In the Marketplace, Bronx Museum, Bronx, NY


Special Projects

2010 Rise, Yon Teddy Bear Market Uprising, Rise... Art In Odd Places. NYC
2009 "Google: God" Special print edition, 20 X 200, Jen Bekman Gallery
Welcome to NYC, Boomtown, 2006, Dumbo Art Under The Bridge Festival, NYC
Kangarok BC LES DS, Cuchifritos Gallery, NYC
2008 Kangarok IV, Pulse Miami, Miami, FL
Corona Plaza, The Center of Everywhere, Public Art Program. Queens Museum of Art, 2007 Performa TV, Performa 07, NYC, NY



CHITRA GANESH


2002 MFA Visual Arts, Columbia University, New York, NY
2001 Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture
1996 BA Art-semiotics and Comparative Literature, Brown University, Providence, RI magna cum laude, phi beta kappa

Solo Exhibitions

2009 The Ocean Beneath, Chatterjee and Lal, Mumbai,
On Site 2: The Sulhoutette Returns, PS1/MOMA, organized by Klaus Beinsenbach
FIAC Solo Presentation, with Haas & Fischer, Paris
2007 Upon Her Precipice, Thomas Erben, NY Solo Show, Haas & Fischer, Zurich, Switzerland
2005 1 x 1, Artist Commissions, Jersey City Museum, NJ
Written on Wind and Water, Goliath Visual Space, Brooklyn, NY
2003 Her Secret Missions, Momenta Art, Brooklyn, NY (catalog)


Selected Group Exhibitions

2011 Solo Exhibition, Nature Morte, Berlin
Chitra Ganesh, Nalini Malani, Nilima Sheikh, Curated by Jo-ann Conklin,
David Winton Bell Gallery List Arts Center, Providence RI
Future of the Past, Gayatri Sinha, Quddus Mirza, Prince of Wales Museum, Mumbai
Contemporary Art from India, Art Museum Tennis Palace, Helsinki
2010 Divine Horsemen: Chitra Ganesh & Simone Leigh, curated by Latoya Frazier, Mason Gross Gallery, NJ
Malleable Memory, curated by Nitin Mukhul, Aicon Gallry, NY
50 Artists Photograph the Future, curated by Dean Daderko, Higher Pictures, NY
Other than Beauty, curated by Janine Cirincione, Friedman Benda Gallery, NY
Bunny Redux, curated by Eric Shiner, Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh
Brucennial, project in conjunction w/ Whitney Biennial Recess Space, NY
Hair Tactics, curated by Rocio Aranda-Alvarado, Jersey City Museum
Empire Strikes Back, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK
The Art of War, CEPA, Buffalo, NY
No more bad girls? UNpossessing Femininity, curated by Kathrin Becker & Claudia Marion
Stemberger, Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Vienna, traveling to Stiftelsen Bryggen, Norway
Bring Me A Lion Webster University Art Museum, St. Louis, MO
Wild Gander, Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn, curated by Baseera Khan
2009 Group Show, Thomas Erben Gallery, NY
Harlem Postcards, Studio Museum in Harlem, NY
Commune, curated by Dominique Nahas, Black & White Gallery, NY
India Xianzai 印度现在, Museum of Contemporary Art, Shanghai (catalog)
Anomalies, curated by Jaishri Rossi and Rossi, London (catalog)
India Moderna, IVAM Museum, Valencia, Spain (catalog)
Hotter than Curry?, curated Meenakshi Thirukode, Gallery OEd, Cochin, India
Transitional Aesthetics, Beijing 798 Biennial, Longmarch Space, Beijing
Shifting Shapes, Unstable Signs, cur Jaret Vadera and Robert Storr, Yale University Gallery CT
Beyond Appearances, Lehman College Art gallery, NY
There Goes my Hero, Center for Book Ars, NY
Moment to Monument, Indian Art Summit, Travancore Palace, New Delhi
2008 Everywhere is War (and rumours of war), curated by Shaheen Mierali, Bodhi Art, Mumbai, India
Democracy in America, Creative Time, cur. Nato Thompson, Armory, NY
7 Beauties, curated by Lilly Wei, Contrasts Gallery, Shanghai and Beijing
The Other Mainstream II, Arizona State University Art Museum, AZ
Pandora's Box, curated by Amanda Cachia, Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina,
Saskatchewan, Canada, Plug In ICA, Winnipeg, Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery, Ontario
Firewalkers, Stefan Stux Gallery, NY
The Furious Gaze, curated by Xabier Arakistain & Maura Reilly, Montehermoso Cultural
Center,Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain (catalog)
Of this Tale I Cannot Guarantee a Word…Royal College of Art, London (catalog
2007 Conte mporary Indian Art Between Continuity and Transformation, Spazio Oberdan, Milan
25 5t Years Later…, Art in General 25th Anniversary Exhibition, at UBS Galleries, NY, curated by Sofia Hernandez
Sex in the City, Dumbo Arts Center, New York, curated by Dean Daderko with Marina Adams
Thermocline of Art, ZKM Gallery, Karlsruhe, Germany, curated by Wonil Rhee, (catalog)
Spectral Evidence, curated by Steven Lam, Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Group Show, Nature Morte Gallery, New Delhi, India
One Way or Another , Blaffer Gallery, the Art Museum of the University of Houston,Berkeley
Museum,University of California, CA , Japanese American National Museum, Los Angeles
Honolulu Academy of Fine Arts, HI
2006 What War? Cur Eleanor Heartney, Larry Litt, and Juan Puntes, White Box, NY
Deuces ex Machina, curated by Momenta Art, Market Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland
One Way or Another, curated by Melissa Chiu ,Suzette Min, & Karen Higa, Asia Society NY
Subcontingent: the Subcontinent in Contemporary Art Cur. Ilaria Bonacosa & Francesco
Manacorda. Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin, IT (catalog)
Papering, curated by Sofia Hernandez & Holly Block, Deutsche Bank Galleries, NY
Nicola Durvasula, Chitra Ganesh, Tejal Shah, Thomas Erben Gallery, NY
2005 Time's Arrow, curated by Janine Cirincione, Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
The Gift: Building a Collection, curated by Hitomi Iwasaki, Queens Museum of Art, NY
Cities, Art, Recovery, curated by Erin Donnelly, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Swing Space NY
739 feet running wall, Gwangju Contemporary Art Museum, Gwangju, Korea (catalog)
Cities, Art, & Recovery cur. Erin Donnelly, LMCC Swing Space NY
Fatal Love, Queens Museum of Art, NY (catalog)
2004 Pilot 01, Limehouse Town Hall, London, UK (catalog)
NextNextArt, curated by Dan Cameron, Brooklyn Academy of Music, NY
Six Feet Under, curated by Melissa Chiu, White Box, NY
Color Theory, Vitamin Arte, Cur. Franklin Sirmans, Turin, Italy
Summer Selections: Playpen, Cur, Suzette Min and Marissa White, The Drawing Center, NY
Enchantment, Cur. Jennifer Mcgregor, Wave Hill, NY
Treasure Maps, Cur .Janine Antoni, Apex Art, NY & ArtSpace, New Haven, CT
East of the Sun West of the Moon, White Columns, NY
Open House, curated by Charlota Kotik and Tumelo Mousaka, Brooklyn Museum of Art, NY
2003 Through Customs, curated by Shamim Momin and Raina Lampkins-Fielder, Bose Pacia, NY
Artists in The Marketplace Annual Exhibition, Bronx Museum of Art, NY (catalog)
Theory of Relative Power, Cur. Franklin Sirmans, Abrons Art Gallery , NY
637 Feet of Running Wall, Cur. Valerie Smith and Tom Finkelpearl, Queens Museum of Art, NY
2002 Queer Visualities, curated by Carl Pope and Jonathan Katz, Staller Art Center, Stonybrook Univ,NY
Charlie, curated by Maurizio Cattelan, Ali Subotnik, and Bettina Funcke, PS 1, NY (catalog)
Mango, curated by Melissa Chiu and Edwin Ramoran, Talwar Gallery, NY
Columbia MFA Thesis Show, Curated by Eungie Joo, Mink Building, NY
2001 Crossing the Line, Cur. Valerie Smith, Queens Museum of Art, NY
Shaken and Stirred, Cur. Rina Banerjee and Barbara Hunt, Bose Pacia Modern Gallery, NY
AlieNation, Quay Gallery, Toronto, Canada

Awards and Residencies

2010 Art Matters Foundation Grant
Lower East Side Printshop Special Editions Residency
Hermitage Artist Center Residency
2009 New York Foundation for the Arts Artist's Fellowship
Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions
2008 Smack Mellon Studio Residency
2007 Art Omi International Artists' Residency
2006 New York Community Trust
2005 Emerge 7, Aljira Center for Arts
Artists' Alliance Rotating Studio Program
New York Foundation for the Arts Artist's Fellowship, Gregory Millard Fellow
Headlands Center for the Art Project Space
2004 Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Workspace Grant
Astraea Visual Arts Award
2002 Bronx Museum Artist in the Marketplace Program, Henry Street Settlement Abrons Arts Residency
2001 College Art Association Professional Development Fellowship
2000 Columbia University Dean's Fellowship
1996 Roberta Jocelyn Award for Excellence in Art
Rosalie Colie Award for Outstanding Work in Comparative Literature



GISELA E. INSUASTE


MFA Painting & Drawing, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL (2003)
BA Studio Art & Anthropology, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH (1997)
Painting and Sculpture, The New York Studio School of Drawing, New York City, NY (1996)

Gisela Insuaste received her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and her BA in Anthropology & Studio Art from Dartmouth College. She has participated in various exhibitions and projects in venues nationwide including Aljira-the Center for Contemporary Art, Newark, NJ; Queens Museum of Art, Queens, NY; Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago (MCA), IL; Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, IL; Krannert Art Museum-UIUC, Champaign, IL; and Gallery 400-UIC; Bucket Rider Gallery, Thomas McCormick Gallery, Chicago, IL. She is a recipient of several grants and awards, including a Richard Driehaus/Artadia Emerging Artist Award, Illinois Arts Council artist grants, MacDowell Colony Artist Fellowships, and was recently nominated for a Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant for Sculptors and Painters. Recent exhibitions include Satellite Gallery at the University of Texas, San Antonio, TX, Aicon Gallery, Cuchifritos Gallery and ABC No Rio in New York, NY. She currently lives in Brooklyn, NY.

Lives in Brooklyn, NY

Select Solo Exhibitions

2008 Olas y montañitas: walking, talking, seeing being, Artist-in-Residence, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
2007 Water breaths, Northeastern Illinois University Gallery, Chicago, IL
Cuando llegare, Bucket Rider Gallery, Chicago, IL
2005 Caminando inesperadamente, Gallery 400: At The Edge- Innovative Art in Chicago, University of Illinois, Chicago, IL
Aerial nomads, Bucket Rider Gallery, Chicago, IL
2004 Untitled Memories at 6310 m, Polvo Art Studio, Chicago, IL
2003 Clandestino, Bucket Rider Gallery, Chicago, IL
1998 Landspaces, Cadillac Gallery, Kansas City, MO
1998 Memorias en Color, Broadway Gallery, Kansas City, MO

Select Two-person Exhibitions

2005 Parallel Utterances, Three Arts Club, Chicago, IL (with Yvette Kaiser)
2004 Current Works, Lill Street Art Center, Chicago, IL (with Darrell Roberts)
2003 Untitled Landscape, PTDW Project Space, SAIC, Chicago, IL (with Antonio Guerrero)
2001-00 Encuentros Interculturales: Gisela Insuaste y Franco Flores, Banco Central, Casa de La Cultura Ecuatoriana Nucleo Manabi, Manta, Ecuador
Museo de la Piedra, Casa de La Cultura Ecuatoriana Nucleo Chimborazo, Riobamba, Ecuador
1998 Aureole, Celsius-Smith Gallery, Kansas City, MO (with Peregrine Honig)

Select Group Exhibitions

2010 Malleable Memory, Aicon Gallery, NYC, NY
Ecstatic, Round Robbin Collective, The Convent Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2009 Verge Art Fair 2009, Antidote, Miami, FL
Hanging Out, ABC No Rio, New York, NY
Aljira Emerge 10, Aljira: A Center for Contemporary Art, Newark, NJ
ABC No Rio- Hanging Out, Cuchifritos, August 2009, New York, NY
This…Is Your…, This…Is My, Satellite Space- University of Texas, San Antonio, San Antonio, TX
Flushtopia (collective): Queens International 4, Queens Museum of Art, Queens, NY
2008 Así Somos, Local Project, Long Island City, NY
Bridge Art Fair Miami, antenna, Miami, FL
ArtExposium 2008, Chicago, IL
Visual Artist: Gisela Insuaste, Trickhouse.org, Vol 2, Fall 2008 (online curatorial project)
Unchartered: ImaginaryLandscapes, Halley Valley Market, Curators: Heather Brubaker & Marie-Claire Meisel, San Francisco, CA
Landscapes of Experience and Imagination: Explorations by Midwest Latina/o Artists curated by Judith Hoos Fox, Krannert Art Museum-University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL
Here, There, Everywhere, Chicago Cultural Center, Exhibit Hall, Chicago, IL
"Water", Art Gallery- Indiana University Northwest, Gary, IN
2007 You're in my space!, Gallery 2- SAIC, Chicago, IL Moving Through Medium, St. Mary's College, Moreau Art Galleries, Notre Dame, IN I heart America and America hearts me, curated by Sze Lin Pang, Old Gold, Chicago, IL
Inaugural Show-New Work by Gallery Artists, Bucket Rider Gallery, Chicago, IL
2006 Aqua Art Miami2006, Bucket Rider Gallery, Miami
Pool Boomerang Art Miami 2006, Miami, FL
COMA 2006, The California Occidental Museum of Art, Chicago, IL
Milwaukee International Art Fair, Milwaukee, WI
NOVA Art Fair 2006, Bucket Rider Gallery, Chicago, IL
COMA 2006, The California Occidental Museum of Art, Chicago, IL
Lo Romantico- Chicago's Latino/a Art, Glass Curtain Gallery, Columbia College, Chicago, IL
SIX FLAGS:POLVO EST.1996, Commerce Street Artist's Warehouse, Houston, TX
2005 Aqua Art Miami2005, Bucket Rider Gallery, Miami
FIAC 2005, Bucket Rider Gallery, Paris, France
Into the Woods:Contemporary artists on nature, Thomas McCormick Gallery, Chicago, IL
Strictly Drawing: An Alumni 2-D Exhibition, Bloomingdale Park District Museum, Chicago, IL
Centrally Located: The Artadia & Richard H. Driehaus Foundation 2004 Artist Awards, Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, IL
Research, Northern Illinois University Art Gallery, Chicago, IL
2004 Bucket Rider Gallery, Gallery Artists Show, Chicago, IL
Theft, Polvo Art Studio, mini-exhibition, Chicago, IL
Functionvariable, Barcelona, Spain
Yard Sale, The Trackhouse, Oak Park, IL
12"x 12"mini-installation, Polvo Art Studio, Chicago, IL
Commonwealth Gallery, Madison, WI
ArtChicago 2004, Bucket Rider Gallery, Chicago, IL
Big Small Town, Up the Stairs Gallery, Chicago, IL
DFP-1Q, 1/Quarterly, Chicago, IL
2003 Gallery 2, Group Show, Chicago, IL (collaboration with Paola Cabal) Lill Street Art Center, Faculty Show, Chicago, IL
Peter Miller Gallery, Project Room, Chicago, IL
Anti-Spacesuit: The Dirty Future, Gallery 2, Chicago, IL
Zeke & Neen, Stray Show, Chicago, IL
ARTHOTEL 2003, Embassy Suites, Chicago, IL
Gallery 2, MFA Thesis Exhibition, Chicago, IL
2002 Home/works, Betty Rymer Gallery, Chicago, IL Kareem Silva Studio/Gallery, Chicago, IL
Mattie Rhodes Art Gallery, Kansas City, MO

Awards and Grants

2010-2011 MacDowell Colony Fellowship
2010 Smithsonian Latino Museum Studies Fellowship, Smithsonian Institute, Washington DC
2008 Selected for: 12x12 New Work: New Artists, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Individual Artist Awardees Grant
2007 Nominated for Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters & Sculptors Grant
Illinois Arts Council Governor's International Exchange Grant- Barcelona, Spain
Can Serrat International Residency Visual Art Support Stipend
2006 Nominated for Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters & Sculptors Grant
MacDowell Colony Fellowship
2005 Illinois Arts Council Finalist Visual Art Award
MacDowell Colony Fellowship
2004 Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Individual Emerging Artist Award Vermont Studio Center Full Fellowship Award 2003
Carrie Ellen Tuttle Fellowship, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
MFA Fellowship, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Romare Bearden Museum Fellowship, Finalist, St. Louis Art Museum
2000 Cultural Grant "Identidad y Memoria: Experiencias Interculturales", American Embassy, Quito, Ecuador
1999-00 Richard D. Lombard Alumni Public Service Fellowship, Dartmouth College
1998 Center for Folk-life and Cultural Heritage Internship Research Grant, Smithsonian Institute, Washington, DC 1997
Dartmouth College General Scholarship
Office of Residential Life Purchase Prize, Dartmouth College
Adelbert Ames Fine Arts Award, Dartmouth College
1996 Joan Sloan International Internship Grant, Dartmouth College
1994 First Year Summer Research Project Grant, Dartmouth College

Residencies and Workshops

2010-2011 MacDowell Colony, NH
Creative Capital Professional Development Program- Internet for Artists Workshop, Aljira Art Center, Newark, NJ
2009 SWAP (Supporting Women's Artist Project), Brooklyn, NY
2008 Museum of Contemporary Art, Artist in residence, Chicago, IL
Aljira, A Center for Contemporary Art: Emerge10, Newark, NJ
2007 Can Serrat International Residency, Barcelona, Spain
2006 MacDowell Colony, NH
2005 MacDowell Colony, NH
2004 Vermont Studio Center, VT



MALA IQBAL

1998 Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI MFA, Painting
1995 Columbia University, New York, NY BA, Visual Art and English

Honors

2010 Residency at Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, NY
2008 New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) Fellowship in Painting
2000 Visual Artist Fellowship, Fine Arts Work Center, Provincetown, MA


Select solo shows

2007 Washed Away, PPOW Gallery, New York, NY
2003 Misty, Bellwether Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2002 Where, Richard Heller Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2001 super-natural, Artist Access Gallery, Snug Harbor Cultural Center, Staten Island, NY

Select Group shows

2009 The Map is not the Territory, DUMBO Art Under the Bridge Festival,Brooklyn, NY
Speaking in Tongues, Nature Morte, Berlin, Germany
Imaginary Home, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Snowmass Village, CO
2008 Fire Walkers, Stefan Stux Gallery, NY
2007 Group show, Nature Morte, New Dehli, India
The Devotee Exhausts the Forces of Activity (Young, Female, South Asian),
Gallery Barry Keldoulis, Sydney, Australia
2006 Deluge, Bucheon Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2005 The Most Splendid Apocalypse, curated by Jason Murison, P.P.O.W. Gallery, New York, NY
Green to Green and Beyond, Gallery W 52, New York, NY
Fatal Love: South Asian American Art Now, Queens Museum of Art, NY
2004 NextNext Visual Art 2004, curated by Dan Cameron, Brooklyn Academy of Music, NY
The Sixth Annual Altoids® Curiously Strong Collection, travelling exhibition,
The New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, NY
Open House: Working in Brooklyn, Brooklyn Museum of Art, NY
Hello Chelsea, Bellwether Gallery, New York, NY
2003 Through Customs, curated by Shamim Momin and Raina Lampkins-Fielder,
Bose Pacia Gallery, New York, NY
Better Homes & Gardens, curated by Heather Darcy and
Ann Tarantino, Zoller Gallery, Pennsylvania State University, PA
Out of Place: Mala Iqbal, Nicole Henning, Markus Weiss,
Staub (g*fzk!) - Galerie für zeitgenössische Kunst, Zurich, Switzerland



JOHN JURAYJ

Born 1968

2005 MFA, Bard College, New York
1990 BA in Architecture, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri

Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2011 The Third Line Gallery, Dubai, UAE
2010 Untitled (Undead), Participant Inc., New York, NY - forthcoming
Untitled (Image Family/Personal Ruins), The Townhouse Gallery, Cairo, Egypt –
Untitled (Undead), Walter Maciel Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2008 Untitled (Not Here), Alberto Peola Gallery, Turin, Italy
Untitled (We Might Be Heroes), Walter Maciel Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2007 Not Here, Massimo Audiello, New York, NY
2006 Untitled Lebanon #7, Walter Maciel Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2005 Untitled Lebanon, Massimo Audiello, New York, NY
2000 White Room, White Columns, New York, NY

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2010 Translation/Tarjama ,curated by Leeza Ahmady and Iftikhar Dadi, Cornell University Museum of Art, Ithaca, NY
Malleable Memory, curated by Nitin Mukul, Aicon Gallery, New York, NY
Identity Based Vertigo, Walter Maciel Gallery, Showroom B261, Pacific Design Center
Hollywood, CA
2009 Noise, Sfeir-Semler Gallery, Beirut, Lebanon
Translation/Tarjama ,curated by Leeza Ahmady and Iftikhar Dadi Queens Museum of Art
New York, NY
Exposure 2009, Beirut Art Center, Beirut, Lebanon
Political Draw, Walter Maciel Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2008 Independent Drawing Gig #4, Hafriyat Karakoy, Istanbul, Turkey
Currents: Recent Acquisitions, Hirshhorn Museum, Washington, D.C.
2007 Generalized Anxiety Disorder, curated by Kristine Bowen, Walter Maciel Gallery, Los
Angeles, CA
Art Under Glass Fall 2007, Macy's, New York, NY
Selection/Reflection, Massimo Audiello, New York, NY
2006 One Night Stand, November 18, 165 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, NY
Gimme Shelter, curated by Megan Riley, Arts Corporation, Shelter Island Heights, NY
Cityscape, Walter Maciel Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2005 Mélange, Sarah Gavlak Productions, Palm Beach, FL




2004 Repeat Performance, Artist Space, New York, NY
The Warm Weather Is Holding, UBS Gallery, Bard College, Red Hook, NY
Works on Paper: Marsha Goldberg, Haesun Lee, John Jurayj, Jim Morris, Michelle
Provenzano, Suzanne Kammin, Visceglia Gallery, Caldwell College, Caldwell, NJ
SIX: recent MFA graduates of Bard College, Supreme Trading Gallery, Brooklyn, NY


2001 Benefit Show, White Columns, New York, NY It's A Wild Party And We're Having A Great
Time Paul Morris Gallery, New York, NY
1999 Outer Boroughs, White Columns, New York, NY
1998 UTZ A Collected Exhibition, Lennon Weinberg Gallery, New York, NY
1997 New Directions, Barret House Galleries, Poughkeepsie, NY
Benefit for the Little Red School House, Threadwaxing Space, New York, NY
1996 Salon de Tree, Central Park, New York, NY
Around New York, New York Academy of Art, New York, NY
1995 Bloom, Cristinerose Gallery, New York, NY



JEN LIU

De Ateliers, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2003-2005)
MFA Fine Arts and Integrated Media, California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, California (1999-2001)
BA Creative Writing, BA Studio Art High Honors, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio (1994-1998)

Born, lives, and works in Brooklyn, NY

Select Solo and Two-Person Exhibitions

2010 Brody Condon, Jen Liu, On Stellar Rays, New York
Klaus Omni Sings a Lacrimosa for Color Theory (performance), PSI/MOMA, New York
Volta NY Art Fair, solo booth, Ceri Hand Gallery
2009 The Last Alphabet / Pasta Belt Health, Upstream Gallery, Amsterdam, NL
2008 Insurrection for a Million or One, Upstream Gallery, Amsterdam, NL
Drastic Measures, Unknown Pleasures, Ceri Hand Gallery, Liverpool, UK
2007 An Innocent Revolution, DePauw University, Greencastle, IN
New Dawn Fades, Lizabeth Oliveria Gallery, Los Angeles
DM.0086: A Local Map of Broken Glass, Division Museum of Ceramics and Glassware, New York, in collaboration with Barb Choit
2006 Rotterdam Art Fair, solo booth, Upstream Gallery
2005 The Last Four Seasons, Upstream Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Ready to Die!, Lizabeth Oliveria Gallery, Los Angeles
Friends Electric!: Jen Liu, Andrea Thal, Binz39 Foundation, Zurich
Videos van Jen Liu, Melkweg Media, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
2004 Jen Liu, Folkert de Jong, Upstream Gallery, Amsterdam

Select Group Exhibitions

2010 You Can Heal Your Life!, curated by Emma Gray, Circus Gallery, Los Angeles.
Never Can Say Goodbye: The Way Out, curated by Lauren Rosati for No Longer Empty
Scope Foundation: "d.i.y. sci-fi", curated by Zach Layton, Scope Art Show, New York.
Exploitation on Demand, curated by Karin Laansoo, Sparwasser HQ, Berlin, DE.
Jen Liu, Mie Olison, Gurdjieff Players, Issue Project Room, Brooklyn, NY.
36 Dramatic Situations, Louis V E.S.P., Brooklyn, NY.
Malleable Memory, Aicon Gallery, New York.
Upstream Cinema: David Haines, Jeroen Jongeleen, Cristobal Leon and Jen Liu, Upstream Gallery, Amsterdam, NL.
Black Hole Hums in B Flat, Ceri Hand Popup, London.
2009 Filmsalon: Claudia Kugler, Kunstverein Nurnberg, DE.
Building Paradise, 7+Fig, Los Angeles.
Vision Division¬: Olaf Brzeski, Theresa Froelich, and Jen Liu, Czama Gallery, Warsaw, Poland.
NEWAGERIOT, Country Club/Los Angeles.
MONITAUR, Aspen Museum of Art, Aspen, CO.
The Last Session, Flemish Cultural Center, Amsterdam, NL.
University of Trash, The Sculpture Center, Queens, New York.
EXHIBITION, Exhibition 211, New York.
2008 Agrifashionistas, Royal Academy, London.
NADA Emerging Artists Gala, New York.
Without Sun: Brody Condon, Jen Liu, Avelino Sala, and Adriaan can der Ploeg, Virgil de Voldere Gallery, New York.
New Collections III, Centre PasquART, Biel/Bienne, Switzerland.
Shifting Identities, (Swiss) Art Now, Kunsthaus Zurich.
The Violet Hour: Matthew Day Jackson, Jen Liu, and David Maljkovic, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle.
The Golden Record, Collective Gallery/Edinburgh Festival, Edinburgh.
2007 Dream of Today, curated by Amy Smith-Stewart, Steve Turner Contemporary, Los Angeles.
An Aside, special exhibition of Zoo Art Fair 2007, London.
NADA Art Fair (Upstream Gallery & Lizabeth Oliveria Gallery), Miami, FL.
The Present Order is the Disorder of the Future, De Hallen Museum, curated by Xander Karstens, Haarlem, The Netherlands.
Mind Hacking II, organized by Theresa Frölich and Antonia Lotz, Wewerka Pavilion, Münster, Germany, traveling.
Paper Bombs, curated by Bart Exposito, Jack Hanley Gallery, Los Angeles.
M*A*S*H, curated by Amy Smith-Stewart and Omar Lopez-Chahoud, The Helena, New York.
The Fit/Turtle, Nueans in collaboration with Michael Shamberg, Dusseldorf, DE.
The Return of the Seven Samurai, Galerie Lucy Mackintosh, Lausanne, Switzerland.
2005 Romer II, Akademie Schloss Solitude Romerstrasse Gallery, Stuttgart, DE.
Flood Lit Wendy House, New York Rio Tokyo Gallery, Berlin.
NADA Artfair (Upstream Gallery and Lizabeth Oliveria Gallery), Miami, FL.
View (Eleven):Upstate, curated by Amy Smith-Stewart, Mary Boone Gallery, New York.
Liverpool Biennial:Virtual Grizedale, A Foundation, Liverpool, UK.
Big City Lab, Art Forum Berlin.
Experiments in Pop, curated by Laura Hoptman, Zentrum Paul Klee, Bern, Switzerland.
Liste Artfair Basel (Upstream Gallery), Basel, Switzerland.
Peekskill Project 2006, Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Peekskill, NY.
Trial Balloons, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Castilla y Leon, Leon, Spain.
Jen Liu + Bjorn Melhus + Claire Rojas, Lizabeth Oliveria Gallery, Los Angeles.
Things We Saw in Holland, Kravets/Wehby Gallery, New York, NY.
2005 Carlos Aires / Jen Liu / Melvin Moti / Elodie Pong, Galleria Laurin, Zurich, Switzerland,
Explosive Compulsive: Reed Anderson, Adrianne Colburn & Jen Liu, Luggage Store Gallery, San Francisco.
NADA Artfair Miami (Lizabeth Oliveria Gallery and Upstream Gallery), Miami, FL.
Liste Artfair Basel (Upstream Gallery), Basel, Switzerland.
Futurism, Melkweg, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Fast Forward: A Passion for the New, curated by Scenic in affiliation with MOCA LA, House of Campari, Venice, CA.
Videonale 10, Kunstmuseum Bonn, Germany.
Open Video Call, Artists Space, New York.
2004 100 Artists See God, Institute of Contemporary Art, London. Traveling exhibition through Independent Curators International. Jewish Museum, San Francisco; Laguna Beach Art Museum, California; and Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, NY; tours through 2006.
LA Freewaves: Karaoke Boat, Los Angeles.
Biennale Bonn: New York State of Mind, Bonn, Germany.
Through the Gates: Brown vs. Board of Education, California African American Museum, Los Angeles.
Futureways: The Middelburg Triennial 2304, curated by Rita McBride, Glen Rubsamen, and Rutger Wolfson, de Vleeshal, Middelburg, The Netherlands.
Homies, DianePruess Gallery, Los Angeles.
2003 Nueva 2003 Tokyo, Laforet Museum Harajuku, Tokyo
Filmstock, Luton, England. Traveling to Oulu International Film Festival, Finland
An Interest in Life, curated by John Baldessari and Meg Cranston, Apex Art, New York.

Grants and Residencies

2011 Krems AIR, Krems, Austria.
2009-08 ISCP, New York
2008 Pollock-Krasner Grant
2006 Akademie Schloss Solitude, Stuttgart, Germany.
Sommerakademie im Zentrum Paul Klee, Bern, Switzerland.
2005 Grizedale Arts, Cumbria, England.
2005-03 De Ateliers, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.



NAEEM MOHAIEMEN

Naeem Mohaiemen (shobak.org) is a writer and artist working in Dhaka and New York. He uses text, photography and video to explore histories of the international left and utopia-dystopia slippage.

Projects have shown at Gallery Chitrak (Dhaka), Experimenter (Kolkata), Third Line (Dubai), Transmediale (Berlin), Shedhalle (Zurich), Finnish Museum of Photography, Whitney Biennial (Visible Collective group project in "Wrong Gallery"), etc. He will show next at Frieze Art Fair 2010 and Sharjah Biennial 2011.

His essays include "Islamic Roots of Hip Hop" (Sound Unbound, MIT Press, DJ Spooky ed.; runner up for Villem Flusser Theory Award), "Everybody Wants To Be Singapore" (Carlos Motta's La Buena Vida, Art In General), "AdMan Blues" (Indian Highway, Hans Ulrich Obrist ed, Serpentine Gallery), "Mujtaba Ali: Amphibian Man" (Manifesta 7 European Biennial, Rana Dasgupta ed.),"Beirut, Silver Porsche Illusion" (Men of the Global South, Zed Books), "Why Mahmud Can't Be a Pilot" (Nobody Passes, Seal Press), "No Exit" (with Glenn Urieta, Secret Identities: Asian Superhero Comics, New Press), etc

Naeem also works on activist projects in Bangladesh. He writes the chapter on religious and ethnic minorities in the Ain Salish Kendro Annual Human Rights report (askbd.org) and the Daily Star newspaper (thedailystar.net). Working between two countries, this work explores contradictions between Bengalis in marginal migrant status in Northern countries, and majoritarian (and authoritarian) status inside Bangladesh. As part of this work, the film "Muslims or Heretics: My Camera Can Lie" was screened for an ancillary meeting of EU Human Rights Commission at the UK House of Lords.

Naeem studied Economics and History, and was a Thomas J. Watson Fellow on an oral history of the 1971 Bangladesh genocide.

Born 1969 and now works in Dhaka and New York

Select Solo Exhibitions

2009 Live True Life or Die Trying, Cue Art Foundation, Chelsea, New York
2008 My Mobile Weighs A Ton, Gallery Chitrak, Dhaka
2006 Devil & Deep Blue: Shipbreakers (with Robert Bailey), Asia Society, New York
Above Ground (with Donna Golden), Tenement Museum, New York
2005 Disappeared in America, UC Irvine Gallery, Irvine

Select Group Exhibitions

2010 Frame, Experimenter Gallery, Frieze Art Fair
Return of Repression, Pavillion, Romania
Trust, ISEA Electronic Arts, Dortmunder, Germany
2009 The New Silent, New Museum, New York
In 10 Days, Vooruit, Ghent
Secret Identities: Asian Superhero Comics, Anthology, with Glenn Urieta, New Press
Angel of History, Laboral Center for Art & Technology, Gijon, Spain
Im/Possible Communities, Shedhalle, Zurich
Freedom is Notional, Experimenter, Kolkata
Chobi Mela V, National Shilpakala Academy, Dhaka
Lines of Control, VM Gallery, Karachi. Green Cardamom, London
Lines of Control, The Third Line Gallery, Dubai
Time/Bank, E-flux, Frieze Art Fair
SMS Iran: for Gilles Peress, with Mary Walling Blackburn, Art Dubai (online), Dubai
Sedition, White Box gallery, New York (curated by Dread Scottt)
Secrets in Democracy, Ruth Chandler Gallery, Claremont
Tools for Revolution, Villa Romana, Florence
Art Against Terrorism, ECA Gallery, Kolkata
2008 War of 666 vs. Sixty Million, Finnish Museum of Photography
Some Father's Son, Artivistic, Montreal
Le Saigon Quiz, surveillance projet (with Michikazu Matsune), Journal BOL, Korea
One Bad Google Can Ruin Your Day, lecture performance, Transmediale, Berlin
Grounded: Dawn to Dusk, surveillance video, Online.
Contemporary Bangladeshi Art, Asiatic Society, Dhaka
Transmediale: Festival of New Media, HKW, Berlin
By Any Means Necessary, Scope Art Fair, Basel
2007 Sartre Comes to Stammheim, Pavillion Journal, Budapest
Rome Will Not Forgive You a Second Time, drawings, Himal magazine, Nepal
Take Me Off Your Database, Rethinking Marxism Journal
Nightcomers, Video Dazibo as satellite project to Istanbul Biennial
Poetric Terrorism, Festival Edición, Madrid
Backroom, Celda Contemporanea, Mexico City, Kadist Foundation, Paris
The Building Show, (with Gensler + Gutierrez/Blagojevic), Exit Art, New York
Pawnshop, E-Flux, New York
2006 Dictionary of War, Muffathalle, Munich
Whitney Biennial, as part of "Wrong Gallery" sub-project
Dataesthetics, Gallery Nova, Zagreb
Asian Contemporary Video, Little Theatre, Mumbai
2005 Knock At the Door: Art & Censorship, Cooper Union School of Art
Media Lounge, Foundation for Art & Creative Technology, Liverpool
E-flux Video Rental, various cities
2004 Fatal Love: South Asian American Art Now, Queens Museum of Art, New York
Rwana Mini-Film Festival, Rwanda
House of Lords (European Human Rights Commission)
Muslims or Heretics: My Camera Can Lie, Goethe Institut, Russian Cultural Center, British Council, Press Club, Academy Film Society, BRAC Center, Bakshibazaar Mosque, all in Dhaka



SANDEEP MUKHERJEE

Born in Pune, India

1999 Master of Fine Arts, University of California, Los Angeles
1996 Bachelor of Fine Arts, Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles
1995 Summer School of Art, Yale University, Norfolk, CT
1988 Master of Sciences, Industrial Engineering and Operations Research, University of California, Berkeley, CA
1986 Bachelor of Sciences, Industrial Engineering, Manipal Institute of Technology, Mangalore, India

Lives and works in Los Angeles

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2011 Sandeep Mukherjee, Project 88, Mumbai, India, February. (forthcoming)
2010 Sandeep Mukherjee, Brennan & Griffin Gallery, New York City, New York, (forthcoming)
2009 Sandeep Mukherjee, Second Street Gallery, Charlottesville, Virginia
2008 Sandeep Mukherjee, Sister, Cottage Home, Los Angeles
Spell: Sandeep Mukherjee, Nichols Gallery, Broad Center, Pitzer College. Claremont, CA
Sandeep Mukherjee, Nature Morte Gallery, New Delhi, India,
2005 Sandeep Mukherjee, Sister, Los Angeles
2004 Project 21: Sandeep Mukherjee, Pomona College Museum of Art, Claremont, CA
2002 Sandeep Mukherjee, Margo Leavin Gallery, Los Angeles
2000 Sandeep Mukherjee: Redolence, Margo Leavin Gallery, Los Angeles
1997 Drawings, Sinduda Exhibitions, Los Angeles


GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2010 Last Show, Kathryn Brennan Gallery @ Cottage Home, Los Angeles
Panaroma: Los Angeles, ARCOmadrid, Madrid, Spain
FAX, curated by The Drawing Center and Independent Curators International, Torrance Art Museum, Torrance, CA
2009 Oz: New Offerings from Angel City, Regional Museum of Guadalajara, Mexico
In Bed Together, curated by Jane Glassman, Royal/T, Los Angeles, CA
Nothingness and Being, curated by Shamim Momin, Fundacion Jumex, Mexico City, Mexico
Lovable Like Orphan Kitties and Bastard Children, Green Gallery, Milwaukee, WI
Prescriptions, ACME gallery , Los Angeles, CA
Los Angeles: Aspects of the Archaic Revival, Galerie Haus Schneider, Karlsruhe, Germany
Dialogue in Art: South Asian American Art Festival, Santa Monica, CA
2008 Portrayal Betrayal, Long Beach City College, Long Beach, CA
Faculty Exhibition, Pomona College Museum of Art, Claremont, CA
Ambivalent figuration; people, Samson Projects, Boston, MA
New Cosmopolitanism: Preeminence of place in contemporary art, Visual
Arts Center, California State University, Fullerton
2007 Humor Us, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Barnsdall Art Park,
Painting's Edge, Riverside Art Museum, Riverside, CA
Rogue Wave, LA Louver Gallery, Venice, CA
Darling, take Fountain, Kalfayan Gallery, Athens, Greece
2006 DRAW•ING (dro'ing) n., BravinLee programs, New York
Symmetry, The MAK Center at the Schindler House, West Hollywood, CA
Otis Alumni Exhibition, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Barnsdall Art Park The Senses, Pomona College Museum of Art, Claremont, CA
Pieces of Angels: Contemporary Art from Los Angeles, University Art Gallery Sonoma State University, Sonoma, CA
Drawing and Drawn, Cerritos College Art Gallery, Norwalk, CA
2005 Adjunct, University of Southern California, Helen Lindhurst Gallery, Los Angeles
Works on Paper, Museum of Modern Art, New York
Erotic Night Mother's Day, UCLA Hammer Museum, Los Angeles
2004 SPF: Self-Portraits, Angles Gallery, Santa Monica
To the Point, State Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
2003 Warped Space, California College of the Arts, Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco, CA
Go Figure! Manifestations of the Human Form in Contemporary Art, Turchin Center for the Visual Arts, Boone, NC
Raid the Icebox, Margo Leavin Gallery, Los Angeles
Conversations, curated by Connie Butler, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles The Real Me, Occidental College Galleries, Los Angeles
International Paper, UCLA Hammer Museum, Los Angeles
2002 LA Post-Cool
San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA
The Ben Maltz Gallery at Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles
Art on Paper, Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC
Drive By, Reynolds Gallery, Richmond, VA
2001 Boomerang, Exit Art, New York
Hard-Boiled Wonderland, Harriet and Charles Luckman Fine Arts Gallery,
California State University, Los Angeles, CA
The Importance of Being Earnest, Occidental College, Los Angeles
2000 Philosophy in the Bedroom, OR Gallery, Vancouver, Canada,
1998 The F Word, California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, CA.
Still And Otherwise, Margo Leavin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
1995 Summer Show, Yale University Summer School of Art, Norfolk, CT

GRANTS, AWARDS, FELLOWSHIPS

2010 Faculty Research Grant, Pomona College, Claremont, CA
2009 California Community Foundation Award, Mid-career Artist Fellowship.
Faculty Research Grant, Pomona College, Claremont, CA
2008 Faculty Research Grant, Pomona College, Claremont, CA
2007 Faculty Research Grant, Pomona College, Claremont, CA
1999 Feitelson Arts Foundation Scholarship, University of California, Los Angeles, CA
1997 Elaine Krown Klein Scholarship, University of California, Los Angeles, CA
Werner Hirsch Award, University of California, Los Angeles, CA
1996 Herbert Ryman Scholarship, Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, CA
Otis Critics Award Scholarship, Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, CA
1995 Ellen Battell Stoeckel Fellowship, Yale University, Norfolk, CT
Segerstrom Grant, Internship, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles, CA
Hearst Foundation Scholarship, Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, CA
1994 Getty Grant, Internship, Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, CA
Neil Konheim Scholarship, Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, CA


JARET VADERA


MFA, Painting and Printmaking, Yale School of Art (2009)
Mobility Program, Fine Art, Cooper Union School of Art (1999)
A.O.C.A.D. in Fine Art, Ontario College of Art and Design (1999)

Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY

Selected Solo Exhibitions

2005 It’s not an easy thing to meet the maker…, Paved Art + New Media, Saskatoon, CA
2003 Archive, Department of Canadian Heritage, Toronto, CA
2002 Erosion, Cultural Foundation of Corsica, Ajaccio, FR
2001 Erosion, A.W.O.L. Gallery, Toronto, CA

Selected Group Exhibitions

2010 Upcoming: Formalism, Project 88, Mumbai, IN
Upcoming: Blindness, C4, Beijing, CH
Upcoming: Prolonged Engagements, EFA Project Space, New York, US
Malleable Memory, Aicon Gallery, New York, US
Ballard Estate, Religare, New Delhi, IN
2009 Back, Forth, and Round About, Thomas Erben Gallery, New York, US
Young Curators, New Ideas II, P.P.O.W. Gallery, New York, US
Eye World, Triple Candie, New York, US
Moment as Monument, Thomas Erben / Seven Art / Travancore Palace, New Delhi, IN
2008 Exploding the Lotus, Art & Culture Center of Hollywood, US
2007 Transfixed, New York Arab and South Asian Film Festival, New York, US
E8, Aljira Center for Contemporary Art, Newark, US
2006 Everything All at Once – Queens International, Queens Museum of Art, New York, US
2005 Night Shift, White Box, New York, US
Fatal Love – South Asian American Art Now, Queens Museum of Art, New York, US
2004 Re:Construct, PH Gallery, New York, US
Interscapes, South Asian Visual Artist Centre & Gallery 401, Toronto, CA
Miraculous, chezTGN, New York, US
Square Foot II, A.W.O.L. Gallery, Toronto, CA
2003 Archive, Centre de Diffusion en Art Subversif, Montreal, CA
Square Foot, A.W.O.L. Gallery, Toronto, CA
2002 Masala! Mehndi! Masti!, Harbourfront Centre, Toronto, CA
Light, Kabat Wrobel Gallery, Toronto, CA
Whole, A.W.O.L. Gallery, Toronto, CA
Latrinchera, L’Arte, Toronto, CA
Stir, SOF Art House, Toronto, CA
2001 Standard, A.W.O.L. Gallery, Toronto, CA

Awards and Honors

2009 Alice Kimball English Fellowship
2006 Emerge 8 Fellowship - Aljira Center for Contemporary Art
2002 Toronto Arts Council Artist Grant
Kathryn Minard Mixed Media Award
2001 Tyndale Award
Latcham Gallery Award
1999 Aboveground Drawing and Painting Award


ANJALI SRINIVASAN

2007 MFA with Honors, Rhode Island School of Design, RI. Areas of interest: Glass, Digital media
2002 BFA cum laude, School of Art and Design, New York State college of Ceramics, Alfred University, NY
Concentrations: Glass Sculpture, Expanded media
2001 Advanced Glass Blowing with Kait Rhoads, Alfred University, NY
1998 Accessories Design diploma, National Institute of Fashion Technology, New Delhi, India

Selected Exhibitions

2010 Fete de Verre, UrbanGlass, New York, NY
Particulate Behaviors, (solo), 707 Penn Ave, Wood Street Gallery + Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, PA
2009 {untitled: indeterminacy}, Roy G Biv Gallery, Columbus, OH
Guest Act, Cirque de Verre, Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, OH
Capturing Motion and Contemporary India, The Gallery Project, Ann Arbor, MI
Impact 2009, Gallery of Fine Craft at WheatonArts, Millville NJ
The Mini-Shiny Show, Clayspace Gallery, Columbus OH
2008 Fall Juried Show, Ohio Art League, Columbus OH
Questioning Functionality 2, Glenn & Viola Walters Cultural Arts Center, Hillsboro, OR
Erasing Borders, Queens Museum of Art, Hammond Museum, The Guild Gallery,
Manhattanville College Art Gallery, Tabla Rasa Gallery, NY
03 Pilchuck Glass School Silent Auction, Seattle, WA
Urbanglass Auction and Glassblowers Ball, New York, NY
2007 The Anti-Thesis Show, Wolcott Street, Providence RI
RISD Annual Graduate Thesis Exhibition, RI Convention Center, Providence, RI
Rain or Shine, Sol Koffler Gallery, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence RI
How is this Glass?, Hillel Gallery, Brown University, Providence RI
2006 Graduate Glass Bienniel, Sol Koffler Gallery, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence RI
RISD Trienniel, Woods Gerry Gallery, Rhode Island School of Design. Providence RI
Sambandh - Indo-Swedish Glass, Norkopping, Sweden & New Delhi, India
2005 International Handicrafts Fair, New Delhi, India
Surajkund Crafts mela, Haryana, India
2004 Art for Vision, Lalit Kala Academy, New Delhi, India
2003 Tisch Galleries, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City NY
History of the World Gallery, Washington
2002 BFA exhibition, Robert Turner Gallery, Alfred University, Alfred NY
2001 I love a good piece of Glass, Whitehouse books, Corning NY
1998 Showcase'98 - Design for Business