CMYK

Adam Henry, G.T. Pellizzi and Joshua Saunders

January 7 – February 11, 2017
Opening Reception: January 7, 6-8




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CMYK, Installation view, Steve Turner, January 2017

CMYK, Installation view, Steve Turner, January 2017

CMYK, Installation view, Steve Turner, January 2017

CMYK, Installation view, Steve Turner, January 2017

CMYK, Installation view, Steve Turner, January 2017

CMYK, Installation view, Steve Turner, January 2017

CMYK, Installation view, Steve Turner, January 2017

CMYK, Installation view, Steve Turner, January 2017

CMYK, Installation view, Steve Turner, January 2017

CMYK, Installation view, Steve Turner, January 2017

Adam Henry. Untitled (4RT2W), 2016. Synthetic polymers on linen mounted to panel, 15 x 12 3/4 inches

Adam Henry. Untitled (LcX3L), 2016. Synthetic polymers on linen, 16 x 14 inches

Adam Henry. Untitled (4RcX4), 2016. Synthetic polymers on linen, 16 x 14 inches

G.T. Pellizzi. Conduits in Red, Yellow and Blue (Figure 66), 2016. Galvanized steel, copper wire, porcelain fixtures and ceramic coated light bulbs, 54 x 54 inches

Joshua Saunders. Perfect Day, 2016. Enamel on aluminum, stainless steel, 24 x 24 inches

Joshua Saunders.Perfect Day, 2016. Enamel on aluminum, stainless steel, 24 x 24 inches

G.T. Pellizzi. Transitional Geometry in Red, Yellow and Blue (Figure 32), 2016. Eggshell acrylic on plywood, 48 x 84 inches

Joshua Saunders. 20/20, 2016. Enamel on aluminum, nylon straps, stainless steel, 30 x 30 inches

G.T. Pellizzi. Conduits in Red, Yellow and Blue (Figure 67), 2016. Galvanized steel, copper wire, porcelain fixtures and ceramic coated light bulbs, 54 x 18 inches

Adam Henry. If This is 3 O'clock, 2016. Acrylic and synthetic polymers on linen, 59 x 47 inches

Adam Henry. If This is 3 O'clock, 2016. Acrylic and synthetic polymers on linen, 59 x 47 inches (detail)

G.T. Pellizzi. Transitional Geometry in Red, Yellow and Blue (Figure 33), 2016. Eggshell acrylic on plywood, 60 x 24 inches

G.T. Pellizzi. Transitional Geometry in Red, Yellow and Blue (Figure 33), 2016. Eggshell acrylic on plywood, 60 x 24 inches

G.T. Pellizzi. Transitional Geometry in Red, Yellow and Blue (Figure 34), 2016. Eggshell acrylic on plywood, 60 x 32 inches

Joshua Saunders. 20/20>, 2016. Enamel on aluminum, nylon straps, stainless steel, 30 x 30 inches

Joshua Saunders. 20/20>, 2016. Enamel on aluminum, nylon straps, stainless steel, 30 x 30 inches

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Steve Turner is pleased to present CMYK, a three-person exhibition featuring color-based abstract paintings by Adam Henry, G.T. Pellizzi and Joshua Saunders. Each artist’s studio practice emphasizes experimentation and the use of color as subject matter, yet CMYK also highlights their differences–technique, materials, scale and composition. Although Josef Albers’ influence on color theory is pervasive, CMYK reveals that artists continue to experiment and explore the infinite possibilities of mixing pigments based on cyan, magenta, yellow and black (K), illustrating that the future for abstract  painting is as vast as its past.

Adam Henry (born 1974, Pueblo, Colorado) earned a BFA from the University of New Mexico (1997) and an MFA from Yale University School of Art (2000). He has had solo exhibitions at Joe Sheftel Gallery, New York (2012, 2014); Meessen De Clercq, Brussels (2013, 2015) and 247365, New York (2016).

Born in Morelos, Mexico in 1978, G. T. Pellizzi studied philosophy at St. Johns College, Santa Fe (2001) and architecture at the Channin School of Architecture, Cooper Union, New York (2002-2007). While at the Cooper Union, together with some fellow students, he founded the Bruce Quality Foundation and remained an active member for seven years (2004-2011). Since 2011, he has worked on his own with solo exhibitions at Y Gallery, New York (2011 & 2013); Mary Boone Gallery, New York (2014); Revolver Gallery, Lima (2015); Watermill Center for the Arts, Watermill, New York (2015 & 2016); Sala de Arte Publico, Mexico City (2016) and Museo Amparo, Puebla, Mexico (2016).

Joshua Saunders (born 1981, Salina, Kansas) spent his youth in Steamboat Springs, Colorado before earning a BFA at the University of Texas, Austin (2013.) He currently is an MFA candidate at the University of California, San Diego (2017) and has had solo exhibitions at Steve Turner (2016) and CoLab, Austin (2009 & 2014).

ADAM HENRY

Born, 1974 Pueblo, Colorado

Lives and works in Brooklyn

Education

2000
MFA Painting, Yale University School of Art

1997
BFA Double Major Art and Art History, University of New Mexico

Solo Exhibitions
2016
Handshakes and Networks, 247365. New York

2015
Repetition (Repetition), Meessen De Clercq, Brussels

2014
Alien Beatnik Siren, Joe Sheftel Gallery, New York

2013
An Aspen’s Inability to be a Pine, Meessen De Clercq, Brussels

2012
In Spectral Form, Joe Sheftel Gallery, New York

Selected Group Exhibitions
2017
CMYK: Adam Henry, G.T. Pellizzi and Joshua Saunders ,Steve Turner, Los Angeles

2016
Scarlet Street, Lucien Terras, New York
Future Developments, David Petersen Gallery, Minneapolis
Bewegung Auge Kopf Hand, Villa Merkel – Bahnwärterhaus. Esslingen am Neckar, Germany
Absolute Beginners, Lucien Terras, New York
Spirit Your Mind, curated by Marie Maertens and Anissa Touati. DAD Video program, Apple TV
Vitreous Humour, Kansas Gallery, New York

2015
A.N.T.H.R.O.P.O.C.E.N.E, Meessen De Clercq, Brussels
LOOM, Lucien Terras,  New York
Painting the Sky Blue, Stefan Lundgren Gallery,  Palma de Mallorca
Crunchy, organized by Gregory Linn and Clayton Press, Marianne Boesky Gallery,  New York
Post Analog Painting, The Hole, New York
Deep Play Fun House, curated by Brent Stewart, Seed Space, Nashville
The Two States of W.W., curated by Andrew Prayzner, TSA New York, Brooklyn

2014 Homo Ludens, Meessen De Clercq, Brussels
This One’s Optimistic: Pincushion, New Britain Museum of American Art. New Britain, Connecticut
Parallax Futured:Transtemporal Subjectivities, Skirball Museum, Cincinnati
Post-Psychedelic Dreams, Grey Area/Glenn Horowitz Bookseller, East Hampton
Go With the Flow, The Hole, New York

2013
Xtraction, The Hole, New York
The Medium’s Session, Zeitgeist, Nashville

2012
Workspace Exhibition, Dieu Donné, New York
Specifically Yours, Joe Sheftel Gallery,  New York
Retrospect, Charles Bank Galler, New York

2011
The Third Order, Charles Bank Gallery, New York
Anonymous Presence, Y Gallery, New York
Painted Pictures, curated by Arthur Ou, Blackston Gallery, New York
Neon Sigh, collaboration with Emily Mae Smith, The Arcade, Nashville
In the Heavens of our Imagination, Lost Coast Culture Machine, Ft. Bragg, California

2010
Gradation, Portugal Arte 10- Portuguese Biennial, Lisbon1974

2009
On From Here, Guild and Greyshkul, New York
Room Tones, St Cecilia’s Convent, Brooklyn

2008
Blank, curated by Yi Zhou, Median Museum, Beijing
Plastic Topography, South Street Seaport Museum, New York
The Map, curated by Vandana Jian, ROCA, Nyack New York

2007
Blank, Ke Center for Contemporary Art, Shanghai

2006
Passport -International Globus Dislocater, Roebling Hall, Brooklyn
Invitational, Roski Gallery, University of Southern California, Los Angeles

2005
Working Space, Cuchifritos Project Space, New York
All of a Piece, Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, Massachusetts

2004
A Slow Read, Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn
Irrational Exuberance, Stephan Stux Gallery, New York

2003
Fresh Meat, Center for Experimental and Perceptual Art, Buffalo
Toward a Low End Theory, Minnesota Center for Photography, Minneapolis

2002
The Accelerated Grimace, Silverstein Gallery, New York
Aim 22, Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx
Love and Ardor, Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington,

2000
Location, Midway Contemporary Art, Minneapolis

Waiting List, Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington

Selected Bibliography
2016
Jablon, Samuel. “Unlocking the Secret Logic of Symbols Through Repetition” (interview), Hyperallergic. September 3
Love, Lucia. “Adam Henry’s ‘Handshakes and Networks’ at 247365 New York” (article), Berlin Art Link. September 19

Adam Henry Monograph, published by Meessen De Clercq
Metzger, Martin. “Tarnkappen der Ironie” (review), Esslinger Zeitung. April 8
Singer, Jill.  “Gradients and Geometry in a Brooklyn Artist’s Paintings”, Sight Unseen, March 22

2015
Steverlynck, Sam.  “Expo Adam Henry: zoek de verschillen”(review), brusselnieuws.be, May.
Lorent, Claude.  “Le langage pictural et son image répétée” (review), Arts Libre, April.

2013
Johnson, Ken.   Art in Review “Xtraction”(review), New York Times,  June 6.

2012
Akel, Joseph. “Critics’ Picks” (review), Artforum.com, May 29.
Relyea, Lane. “D.I.Y. Abstraction.” WOW HUH, October 8
“The Lookout: Adam Henry at Joe Sheftel” (review), Art in America, June 7.
“Art and Soul, Five Art Shows”, New York Magazine, January 26.
“The Lookout: Specifically Yours at Joe Sheftel”, Art in America, February 17.

2011
Press, Clayton.  “Meso-American Remix.”  Alterative Latin Investor.  December
Nathan, Emily. “New Art.” Artnet, July 28.
Christy, Matt. “Neon Sigh”(review), Art Papers Magazine, June 1

2009
Pem, William. “On from Here”( review), Bones Beat, Village Voice, February 12.
Zhou, Yi, “Adam Henry Interview.” BQ Magazine, April 10.

2008
Genocchio, Benjamin. “Charting Mind and Space” (review), New York Times, March 16.
Xiaohui, Lui. “Begin with the Beginning.” Catalog, Beijing, China.

2007
Zhou, Yi. “Blank.” Exhibition catalog, Shanghai, China.

2005
Kocache, Mouktar. “Site Matters.” D.A.P. press,  New York.

2004
Cotter, Holland. “A Slow Read” (review), New York Times,  February 23.
Cotter, Holland. “Sampling Brooklyn, Keeper of Eclectic Flames.” New York Times, January 23.

2003
Cantor, Karen. “Universal Objects.” Petite Mort Magazine, October.

2002
Cotter, Holland. “Artist in the Marketplace” (review), New York Times, September 6.
Johnson, Ken. “The Accelerated Grimace” (review), New York Times, July 12.
Kerr, Merrily. “The Accelerated Grimace” (review), New York Arts, September.
Pulkka, Wesley. “Artists Play With Perception in ‘Reconfigure’.” The Albuquerque Journal, April 7.

2001
Fallon, Michael. “Prefablanscapelite” (review),  City Pages, February 2.

Selected Residencies and Awards
2012
Workspace Artist, Dieu Donne, New York

2011
Artist in Residence, Vanderbilt University, Nashville

2005
Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture, Skowhegan

2001
LMCC Residency at the World Trade Center, New York

2000
Richard Dixon Welling Prize, Yale University

1997
Outstanding Senior Award, Art and Art History, University of New Mexico

G.T. Pellizzi

Born, 1978 Morelos, Mexico

Lives and works in New York and Mexico


Education
2007
Graduate of Chanin School of Architecture, Cooper Union, New York            

2001
Philosophy, St. Johns College, Santa Fe, New Mexico                          

Selected Solo & Two Person Exhibitions

2016
I Transport, Museo Amparo, Puebla
Constellation in Red, Yellow and Blue, Watermill Center for the Arts, New York
I Transport, Sala de Arte Publico Siqueiros, Mexico City

2015
Visitations, The Watermill Center for the Arts, Watermill, New York
Test Patterns, Revolver Galeria, Lima
Before Completion, Harmony Murphy Gallery, Los Angeles

2014
Libre Circulation de Capitaux Symboliques (after ALENA), Galerie Loevenbruck, Paris
Financial Times, Mary Boone Gallery, New York

2013
The Red & The Black, Y Gallery, New York

2012
Johannes Vogt Gallery (with A.K. Burns), New York
Border Paintings, Peveto Gallery (with Ray Smith), Houston
The Execution of Maximilian, Y Gallery (with Ray Smith), New York

2011
Transitional, Y Gallery, New York                                                            

2010    
Beyond Pastoral
, The Hoxton Square Tram Shed, London
BHQFU: Resistance and Futility, The Creative Time Summit, New York
THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH: The Retrospective, Bruno Bischofberger Galerie, Zurich
Self Portraits, The Fireplace Project, East Hampton
The Bruce High Quality Foundation University, Susan Inglett Gallery, New York

2009
Happy Endings, Art Basel Miami Beach
Empire, Cueto Project, New York
Cats on Bowery, LaMaMa, New York

2008
The Retrospective, Susan Inglett Gallery, New York
The Great Wall, Duve Galerie, Berlin
L’eau de Vie, Un Film de Jean-Luc Godard, Fundacion Jumex, Cine Morelos, Cuernavaca

2007    
Arthur Kills Again
, ArtHaus, Miami
Public Sculpture Tackle, Various locations, New York
Rent Strike! & Other Activist Jingles from the Crypt of Bruce High Quality, Various  locations in New York, Brooklyn
CATS on Broadway, The Bruce High Quality Foundation, Brooklyn

2006
Anthology Film Archives, New York                                                                       
Yale School of Art, New Haven                                                   
Cooper Union School of Art, New York                                                             
Parsons School of Design, New York
Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah
L’eau de Vie, Un Film de Jean-Luc Godard, White Box, New York

2005
The Gate: Not The Idea of The Thing But The Thing Itself, Cueto Projects, New York
BHQF: New Miami Location, Miami
The Life and Death of Bruce High Quality, Deitch Projects, New York
A Cheap Publicity Stunt, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, New York
Maybe Not Today, Maybe Not Tomorrow. But Soon and for The Rest of Your Life, Buick Building, Miami

Selected Group Exhibitions

2017
CMYK: Adam Henry, G.T. Pellizzi and Joshua Saunders, Steve Turner, Los Angeles

2015
Despues del Eden, La Tallera, Cuernavaca
De Tierra, Fuego, Agua Y Vento: Ceramica de Morelos, Museo Morelense de Arte Popular, Cuernavaca Individual Stories: Collecting As Portrait And Methodology, Kunsthalle Wien, Wien
Transmission: Recreation and Repetition, Beaux-Arts de Paris, Paris

2014
Bloodflames Revisited, Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York
Mana Exposition: All the Best Artists are My Friends (Part 1), Mana Contemporary, Jersey City, New Jersey

2013
Biennial of the Americas: Draft Urbanism, Urban Interventions, Denver
Neo Povera, L&M Gallery, Los Angeles
La Bienal 2013: Here is Where We Jump, El Museo del Barrio, New York
Une Exhibition Sans Textes, Jeu de Paume, Paris

2012
El Regreso de los Dinosaurios, Abrons Art Center, New York
Color Go Lightly, Valentine Gallery, Bridgehampton, New York
Wanderings, Y Gallery, New York
Le Carnavalesco, Piso 51, Mexico City

2011
Blue Mango Moqueca, Casona Spencer, Cuernavaca,

2010
Field of Dreams (Un Mundo Nuevo),
Celebrate Brooklyn, Brooklyn
Dreamlands, Centre Pompidou, ParisSunless, Sala Veronicas, Murcia, Spain
Greater New York, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City
The Independent, New York
Whitney Biennial 2010, The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
Brucennial 2010: Miseducation, Brucennial, New York
SOLACE, Austrian Cultural Forum, New York

2009
Art History with Benefits, Performa, New York
1969, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City
PLOT 9: This World or Nearer Ones, Creative Time, New York
No Bees, No Blueberries, Harris Lieberman Gallery, New York
No Soul for Sale: A Festival of Independents, X Initiative, New York

2008
Greenwashing: Beyond Pastoral (Shroud of Turin), Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Foundation, Turin

Selected Bibliography

2016
Sierra, Sonia, Guarda el Museo en un Contenedor, EL UNIVERSAL, February
Cruz, Antimio, “Yo Transporto” Muestra Espacio Intimo que Habitan las Obras de Arte, LA CRONICA, February
CVA, Artista Inaugura Piezas en SAPS, EXCELSIOR, February
Cisneros, Javier, “Yo Transporto: Ser como Obra de Arte por un Dia, EL ECONOMISTA, February
Gochez, Adriana, Instalacion Recrea el Traslado de Obras, LA RAZON, February
Zambrano, Lourdes, Arma la SAPS Expo Autosustentable, REFORMA, February
Staff, ‘Caja’ Dialoga con Siqueiros, VANGUARDIA, February,

2015
Test Patterns, terremoto.mx, 24 July.
Calvo, Max Hernandez, Un Puente Entre La TV y El Arte, EL COMERCIO, June

2014
Adler, David, G.T. Pellizzi, Financial Times, Mary Boone Gallery, NY, FINANCIAL TIMES, 28 February
Ekstrand, A.M., G.T. Pellizzi “Financial Times” at Mary Boone Gallery, ART OBSERVED, February
Provosty, Nathlie, In Conversation: G.T. Pellizzi, THE BROOKLYN RAIL, February 2014, Cover, pp. 2-5. (illus: Constellation in Red (Figure 1), Cover, C).
Binlot, Ann, G.T. Pellizzi: Graphic design, THE ECONOMIST.COM, 17 January
Rossetti, Chloé, Critics’ Picks: G.T. Pellizzi, ARTFORUM.COM, January

2013
Gallant, E., Neo Povera at L&M Los Angeles, ART OBSERVED, July
Cotter, Holland, A Constellation of Identities, Winking and Shifting, THE NEW YORK TIMES, 14 June p. C23.

2012
Staff, Execution of Maximilian, ART NEWS, April
Staff, Critics Picks: ‘Execution of Maximiliam’, ART IN AMERICA, March
Bui, Phong, In Conversation: G.T. Pellizzi and Ray Smith with Phong Bui, THE BROOKLYN RAIL, March

2011
Schultz, Charles, Transitional, THE BROOKLYN RAIL, October
Gratza, Agnieszka, Transitional, ARTFORUM, September

2010
Hirsch, Faye, P.S.1 Greater New York, ART IN AMERICA, September  p. 131.
Kleinman, Adam, P.S.1 Greater New York, ARTFORUM, September  p. 323.
Smith, Roberta, Take Me Out to the Big Show in Queens, THE NEW YORK TIMES, 29 May
Plagens, Peter, The 2010 Whitney Biennial, ART IN AMERICA, May, pp. 43-46.
Goosen, Moosje, The Bruce High Quality Foundation, METROPOLIS M, April/May, pp. 41-45.
Neustein, Andrea, Bruce Alrighty?, NYFA CURRENT, 1 March
Decter, Joshua, Review: Bruce High Quality Foundation at Susan Inglett Gallery, ARTFORUM, March, p. 250.
Hudson, Suzanne, Review: 1969 at P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, ARTFORUM, March 2010, pp. 250-251.
Berwick, Carly, Higher Education, ART IN AMERICA, March 2010, pp. 59-64.
Cotter, Holland, At a Biennial on a Budget, Tweaking and Provoking, THE NEW YORK TIMES, 25 February
Cotter, Holland, Who Needs the Whitney? They Have Their Own Show, THE NEW YORK ITMES, 25 February
Wolff, Rachel, Best of Whitney Biennial, THE DAILY BEAST, 24 February
Finch, Charlie, A Room of One’s Own, ARTNET, 24 February
Vogel, Carol, Inside Art: Their Own Brucennial, THE NEW YORK TIMES, 19 February
Finch, Charlie, Juice at the Bruce, ARTNET, 18 FebruaryGoldstein, Andrew M., Amber Vilas, and Andrew Russeth, Whitney Biennial 2010 Breakdown: The New York    Kids, ARTINFO, 17 February
Parinaz, Mogadassi, Bruce High Quality, PURPLE MAGAZINE, 6 February
Douglas, Sarah, Conversation with Bruce High Quality Foundation, ART AND AUCTION and ARTINFO.COM,  February
Princenthal, Nancy, Of the Moment: Sights and Sounds of Performa ‘09, ART IN AMERICA, February pp. 45
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Wilson, Michael, The Bruce High Quality Foundation University: An Artist Collective Kicks It New School,TIME OUT NEW YORK, 14 January
Colman, David, The Nifty Fifty, THE NEW YORK TIMES, 6 January
Suter, G., Go See – New York, NEW YORK OBSERVED, 6 January

2009
Staff, Critics Picks, TIME OUT NEW YORK, 31 December
Smith, Roberta, Cutbacks in Plans but Not in Energy, THE NEW YORK TIMES, 17 December
Staff, Previews: December 10, WHITEWALL, 10 December
Ashman, Angela, Class Act: An Art School for Artists by Artists, THE VILLAGE VOICE, 8 December
Chaplin, Julia, And the Beat Goes On: A Night Out With Members of the Bruce High Quality Foundation, THE NEW YORK TIMES, 4 December
Garcia, Carnelia, The Bruce High Quality Foundation at Susan Inglett Gallery, MODERN PAINTERS, 1 December
Staff, Alternative Power, ART AND AUCTION, December
Cotter, Holland, The Year of Tumult, THE NEW YORK TIMES, 30 October, pp. C21, C27.
Saltz, Jerry, A New Kind of Boom, NEW YORK MAGAZINE, 4 October
Smith, Roberta, Artists Without Mortarboards, THE NEW YORK TIMES, 13 September
Alemani, Cecilia, The Bruce High Quality Foundation: Our Future is About Expansion, MOUSSE MAGAZINE, September
Saltz, Jerry, Jerry Saltz’s Want-to-Sees, ARTNET.COM, September
Saltz, Jerry, Jerry Saltz’s Want-to-Sees, NEW YORK MAGAZINE, 31 August, pp. 72-73.
Rinebold, Mary, Money Talks, ARTNET, August
Steinhauer, Jillian, PLOT09: Exploring the World of Governors Island, ARTINFO, 26 July
Keith, Kelsey, Design Picnic: The Artful Way to Déjeuner Sur L’Herbe, FLAVORWIRE, 9 July
Smith, Roberta, Public Art, THE NEW YORK TIMES, 2 July
Wilson, Michael, The Ferry Tale, ARTFORUM, 1 July
Laster, Paul, PLOT/09 Presents a Public Art Extravaganza on NYC’s Governors Island, FLAVORPILL, 30 June Steiker, Valerie, And Nine Other Great Cultural Things To Do This Summer, VOGUE.COM, 26 June
Halle, Howard, This World & Nearer Ones, TIME OUT NEW YORK, 25 June
Smith, Roberta, Art Review: ‘Plot/09’ Island as Inspiration and Canvas, THE NEW YORK TIMES, 25 June
Levine, Hannah, Governors Island: Reimagined and Still Creepy, THE L MAGAZINE, 24 June
Bonnet, Noémie, Creative Time Presents PLOT/09: This World & Nearer Ones, FLAVORPILL, 12 June
Orden, Erica, Zombies Invade Governors Island, NEW YORK MAGAZINE, 12 June
Shaw, Cameron, Enter the Afterlife: A Conversation with The Bruce High Quality Foundation, ART IN AMERICA, 23 March
Shuster, Robert, The Bruce High Quality Foundation: ‘Empire’, THE VILLAGE VOICE, 18 February

2008
Staff, Artist Book Reviews, THE UMBRELLA ONLINE, June
Heller, Maxwell, Le Radeau: Bruce High Quality Foundation Lands in Chelsea, THE BROOKLYN RAIL, June
Smith, Roberta, The Listings, THE NEW YORK TIMES, 16 May
Seely, Thomas, FLAVORPILL, May
Staff, THE VILLAGE VOICE, January

2007
Blagojevic, B., Events, Features, Upcoming, THE ZINE, 10 December
Wagner, James, JAMES WAGNER, 8 August
Davis, Ben, Fair Flip-Flops, ARTNET, 27 July

2006
Clements, Erin, and Ethan LaCroix, The Best and Worst of 2005, TIME OUT NEW YORK, 29 December

2005
Staff, NEW YORK ENTERTAINMENT, 10 October
Turner, Elisa, THE MIAMI HERALD, June
Wang, Michael, ARTFORUM, 4 March
Kennedy, Randy, THE NEW YORK TIMES, 2 March

2004
Wooldridge, Jane, Madeleine Marr, and Daniel Chang, THE MIAMI HERALD, 5 December
Staff, THE ART NEWSPAPER, 3 December Skoggard, Carl, NEST MAGAZINE, Fall

JOSHUA SAUNDERS

Born 1981

Lives and works in San Diego

Education

2013
BFA, University of Texas, Austin

2017
MFA, University of California, San Diego

Solo Exhibitions

2016
Rock Candy, Steve Turner, Los Angeles

2014
Kind of Blue, CoLab, Austin

2013
Re-Objectified, Do-Right Hall, Marfa

2012
Crip/Blood, Domy Books, Austin

2011
Objectification, Big Medium, Austin
Psuedo-Masochism, Wurhaus, Austin

2010
Wizard Sleeve, Birdhouse Gallery, Austin

2009
Hanged Man, CoLab, Austin
Gluey Vuitton, Birdhouse Gallery, Austin

Group Exhibitions

2017
CMYK: Adam Henry, G.T. Pellizzi and Joshua Saunders, Steve Turner, Los Angeles

2016
UNTITLED (with Steve Turner), Miami Beach
Object Type, UCSD SME Gallery, San Diego (Curated by Monique van Genderen and Kim MacConnel)

2015
Creative Nights, Lux Art Institute, Encinitas (Curated by Mike Whiting)

2014
Cherry on Topless, Topless Gallery, Rockaway, New York (Curated by Brent Birnbaum and Jenni Crain) 

Fun for Summer, Entwine, New York (Curated by Alison Kuo and CoWorker projects)

2013
Tragic Songs From The Grassy Knoll,  Dallas (Curated by Bruce Lee Webb)
Fall Risk, Eleven Seventeen Garland, Austin (Lance Letscher, Joshua Saunders)

2012
Juvenile Intention Center, Conduit Gallery, Dallas  (Fahamu Pecou/ Stephen Lapthisophon/Joshua Saunders)
More Awkward Then Heavy, Up Collective, Austin  (Curated by INK Tank  Collective)
Teenage Wasteland, CoLab, Austin  (Curated by Julia Hungerford)

2011
Monster Show #6, Domy Books, Austin  (Curated by Russell Etchen, Alison Kuo, Travis Kent)
Swallow, 1400 Cedar, Austin (Curated by Jen Daly)
Gun and Knife Show, Cental Trak, University of Texas, Dallas  (Curated by Heyd Fontenot)

2010
Monster Show #5, Domy Books, Austin  (Curated by Russell Etchen, Alison Kuo)
Texas Crude, CoLab, Austin (Curated by Matt Winters)
Pretend You Are Rich, Austin (Curated by J. Haley)
Up to Something, Bay Six Gallery, Austin

2009
Silent Night, Birdhouse Gallery, Austin (Curated by Kevin Foote)
Monster Show #4, Domy Books, Austin (Curated by Russell Etchen, Alison Kuo)
Teeny Tiny Diorama Zoo, CoLab, Austin (Curated by Amanda Jones)
Death Is Not The End, Holly Street Compound, Austin (Curated by Bill Jeffery)

Awards

2012
Artfagcity’s Rob Pruitt Awards: Best Use of Genitalia: February 2012

2012
Austin Critics Table Awards: Work of Art:  Independent or Public Project, Nominee May 2012

Bibliography

2013
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2012
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2011
van Ryzin, Jeanne Claire, “A little take on Marfa’s culture clash.” Austin 360, October 26

2010
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