PORTFÓLIO ANTHONY GOICOLEA

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ANTHONY GOICOLEA


ANTHONY GOICOLEA


Monument | 2011

C-Print sobre Di-Bond com Plexiglass UV sem brilho C-Print on Di-Bond with Non-Glare UV Plexi Laminate Face Mount

127 x178 cm 50 x 70 inches ©2011


Sleeping Giants | 2011

C-Print P/B sobre Di-Bond com Plexiglass UV sem brilho B&W C-Print on Di-Bond with Non-Glare UV Plexi Laminate Face Mount

114 x158 cm 45 x 62 inches ©2011


The Follow | 2011

C-Print sobre Di-Bond com Plexiglass UV sem brilho C-Print on Di-Bond with Non-Glare UV Plexi Laminate Face Mount

127 x171,5 cm 50 x 67,5 inches ©2011


Stained Glass Forest | 2013

C-Print sobre Di-Bond com Plexiglass UV sem brilho C-Print on Di-Bond with Non-Glare UV Plexi Laminate Face Mount

114,3 x165 cm 45 x 65 inches ©2013


Ruis in the Forest (after Caspar David Friedrich) | 2011

C-Print sobre Di-Bond com Plexiglass UV sem brilho C-Print on Di-Bond with Non-Glare UV Plexi Laminate Face Mount

114,3 x179 cm 45 x 70,5 inches ©2011


Ruis in the Forest (after Caspar David Friedrich) | 2011

C-Print sobre Di-Bond com Plexiglass UV sem brilho C-Print on Di-Bond with Non-Glare UV Plexi Laminate Face Mount

114,3 x179 cm 45 x 70,5 inches ©2011


Guardians | 2007

C-Print sobre Di-Bond com Plexiglass UV sem brilho C-Print on Di-Bond with Non-Glare UV Plexi Laminate Face Mount

101 x 238,76 cm 40 x 94 inches ©2007


Black House | 2010

C-Print sobre Di-Bond com Plexiglass UV sem brilho C-Print on Di-Bond with Non-Glare UV Plexi Laminate Face Mount

50,8 x 50,8 cm 20 x 20 inches ©2010


Temporary | 2013

C-Print sobre Di-Bond com Plexiglass UV sem brilho C-Print on Di-Bond with Non-Glare UV Plexi Laminate Face Mount

127 x104 cm 41 x 40 inches ©2013


Ghost Stump | 2013

Acrílico e grafite sobre Mylar e papel Kraft Acrylic and Graphite on Mylar and Butcher Paper

127 x104 cm 41 x 40 inches ©2013


Sodium Vapor Street Lamps | 2014

Acrílico e tinta sobre Mylar montado Acrylic and Ink on Mylar Mounted to Board

193 x188 cm 76 x 74 inches ©2014


Feral Forest | 2014

Acrílico e tinta sobre Mylar montado Acrylic and Ink on Mylar Mounted to Board

203 x281 cm 80 x 111,5 inches ©2014


Frozen Marsh | 2014

Acrílico sobre Mylar montado Acrylic on layered Mylar on Board

166,37 x 162,56 cm 65,5 x 64 inches ©2014


Portrait of a video-still | 2014

Acrylic and Ink on Free-Standing Portable Projector Screen Rear Mounted on Aluminum with Tripod.

170 x 213,36 cm 67 x 84 Inches ©2014


Night Sitting | 2009

Grafite e acrílico sobre Mylar Graphite and Acrylic on Mylar mounted on Board

205,74 x 106,68 cm 81 x 42 inches ©2009


Born in 1971 in Atlanta, Georgia, Anthony

Goicolea is a first-generation Cuban American

artist now living and working in Brooklyn, New

York. His extended family immigrated to the

United States in 1961, fleeing Cuba soon after

Castro came to power—a fact that underpins

many of the artist’s works. Employing a variety

of media, Goicolea explores themes ranging

from personal history and identity, to cultural

tradition and heritage, to alienation and

displacement. His diverse oeuvre encompasses

digitally manipulated self-portraits, landscapes,

and narrative tableaux executed in a variety of

media, including black-and-white and color

photography, sculpture and video installations,

and multi-layered drawings on Mylar. Best

known for his powerful, and often unsettling,

staged photographic and video works,

Goicolea made his artistic debut in the late

1990s with a series of provocative multiple selfportrait

images. These early works featured

groups of young boys on the threshold of

adolescence, acting out childhood fantasies

and bizarre rituals of revelry and social taboo in

highly staged domestic or institutional settings

or dense, fairy-tale forests. Revealing a playful

self-consciousness, they often consisted of

complex composites of the artist himself, in all

manner of poses and guises. Soon thereafter,

Goicolea garnered international attention with

his ambiguous, yet strangely compelling,

landscapes, ranging from dream-like woodland

environments to vast, unforgiving urban and

industrial wastelands. The artist has created

several series of digitally composited, and

heretofore uncharted, topographies, often

Self - contained works (anonymus - self portrait) | 2014-2015


populated by bands of masked and uniformed

figures. In recent series, many of the images are

devoid of humans, although the landscape

reflects an anonymous and increasingly

tenuous human presence. In these works,

primitive lean-tos and crudely constructed

shanties coexist in an uneasy union with the

technological vestiges of an industrialized

society. Suggesting a world on the brink of

obsolescence, these chilling images further

cement the pervasive undercurrent of human

alienation—from one another as well as the

natural environment—that can be traced

throughout the artist’s work. In a marked

departure, Goicolea trained his unflinching eye

on his own personal history in a highly

acclaimed body of work exploring his roots and

family heritage. These poignant, sometimes

cinematic, images and installations are

characterized by a fervent search for ancestral

and social connections to a mythical homeland,

Cuba—at once revealing nostalgia for a past

that the artist never actually experienced, as

well as a pronounced sense of cultural

dislocation and estrangement. Remarkably

prolific and inventive, Goicolea continues to

intrigue his viewers with meticulously crafted,

thought-provoking works. The artist has

exhibited widely in group and solo exhibitions

throughout the United States, Canada, Europe,

and Asia—notably at the Museum of

Contemporary Photography, Chicago, Illinois;

the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.;

the International Center of Photography, New

York; Postmasters Gallery, New York; Haunch of

Venison Gallery, London, United Kingdom;

Galerie Aurel Scheibler, Berlin, Germany; the

Groninger Museum, the Netherlands; and the

Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia,

Madrid, Spain. Alter Ego: A Decade of Work by

Anthony Goicolea is the first major traveling

museum exhibition devoted solely to his work.

Goicolea’s art is held in many public collections,

including those of the Whitney Museum of

American Art, the Solomon R. Guggenheim

Museum, and the Museum of Modern Art, New

York; as well as the Yale University Art

Collection, New Haven, Connecticut; the North

Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh; and Telfair

Museums, Savannah, Georgia. To date,

Goicolea’s work has been the subject of four

books. It has been featured in ARTnews, Art in

America, Art Forum, the New Yorker, the New

York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Chicago

Sun-Times, and the Chicago Tribune, among

many others. The artist’s grants and awards

include a Cintas Fellowship (2006) and the

BMW Photo Paris Award (2005) and the Joan

Mitchell Fellowship Foundation. Goicolea holds

a B.A. in art history, with a minor in romance

languages, and a B.F.A. in drawing and painting

—both earned at the University of Georgia,

Athens, in 1992 and 1994, respectively. He

received an M.F.A. in sculpture and

photography, from Pratt Institute of Art, New

York, in 1997.

Self - contained works (compression sculpt) | 2014-2015


Nautica | 2010

Grafite e acrílico sobre Mylar Graphite and Acrylic on Mylar

127 x 106 cm 50 x 42 Inches ©2010


Chorus | 2014 - 2015

"CHORUS" is a collection of 18 X 18 inch drawings rendered in acrylic and graphite on

Mylar and mounted to aluminum. They rest on chrome-plated folding music stands. The

seamless photo back-drop or skype is approximately 96"H X 216"W X 84"D and is

constructed from ply-wood, plaster, and paint. A soundscape is composed by reducing the

playback speed of Mozart's Mass Requiem one time for each choral member; thus

producing a low chanting hum.


Widow’s Speak | 2013

12 Digital play-back cameras on tri-pods surround a life size effigy of a horse in the guise of a

Piñata. The horse is constructed from a taxidermy resin casted form, artificial hair, leather, metal,

rope, canvas, paint, and black tissue festooning. The video plays on the camera flip-screens as if

it were a live feed. The cameras are connected and synched via a network of co-axial cables

and stream the video into the next room as a large projection. The video can be seen at the

following link: vimeo.com/73065360


Widow’s Speak | 2013

12 Digital play-back cameras on tri-pods surround a life size effigy of a horse in the guise of a

Piñata. The horse is constructed from a taxidermy resin casted form, artificial hair, leather, metal,

rope, canvas, paint, and black tissue festooning. The video plays on the camera flip-screens as if

it were a live feed. The cameras are connected and synched via a network of co-axial cables

and stream the video into the next room as a large projection. The video can be seen at the

following link: vimeo.com/73065360


Self - contained works | 2014-2015

Vintage Type-Writer and Acrylic, Graphite and Spray Paint on Mylar resting on Steel Table

132 x 33 x 33 cm 52 X 13 X 13 Inches ©2014

Self - contained works | 2014-2015

Vintage Type-Writer and Acrylic, Graphite and Spray Paint on Mylar resting on Steel Table

132 x 33 x 33 cm 52 X 13 X 13 Inches ©2014


Self - contained works | 2014-2015

Máquina de escrever e acrílico, grafite e tinta spray sobre Mylar Vintage Type-Writer and Acrylic, Graphite and Spray

Paint on Mylar resting on Steel Table

132 x 33 x 33 cm 52 X 13 X 13 Inches ©2014

Splint | 2014-2015

Grafite , acrílico e fita Acid-Free sobre Mylar e paperl kraft montado em 45 livros

Graphite, Acrylic, and Acid-Free Tape on Mylar and Butcher Paper Mounted on 45 Leather Bound Books Coated in

Enamel with a Hidden Steel Rod Base. Cerca de Approximately 13 x 45,72 x 190 cm 13 X 18 x 75 Inches ©2014


Anthony Goicolea (Cuba, 1971. Lives and

works in NY)

EDUCATION:

Born 1971 and Lives and Works in New York.

Pratt Institute of Art, MFA, Sculpture; Minor,

Photography, 1994–96

The University of Georgia, BFA, Drawing &

Painting, 1992–93

The University of Georgia, BA, Art History;

Minor, Romance Languages, 1989–92

SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

2015 HERE and ELSEWHERE: Galerie Ron

Mandos, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

2014 Middle Ending: Galerie Crone, Berlin,

Germany.

NSEW: Monte Clark Gallery, Vancouver,

Canada.

WIDOW’S SPEAK: Luis Adelantado,DF, Mexico

2013 PERMENANT MARKER: Galeria Ron

Mandos, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

WANDERING WILD: La Galeria Particulier, Paris,

France.

2012 DOMESTICATED: Galeria Senda,

Barcelona, Spain

2011 PATHETIC FALACY: Postmasters Gallery,

New York City, NY.

ALTER EGO: A Decade of Work by Anthony

Goicolea; (catalog)

NC Museum of Art, Raleigh, NC

Telfair Museum, Savannah, GA

21c Museum, Louisville, KY

2010 HOME; Ron Mandos Gallery,

Amsterdam, NL

DECEMBERMAY: Galerie Scheibler Mitte,

Berlin

RELATED; Houston Center for Photography, TX

2009 ANTHONY GOICOLEA,MCA,Denver

Museum of Contemporary Art

THE LAST MAN STANDING; photography &

video works; Fireplace Project, East Hampton,

NY

ONCE REMOVED; Postmasters Gallery, NY

2008 RELATED I; Aurel Scheibler, Berlin

RELATED II; Haunch of Venison, London

RELATED III; Sandroni Rey, Los Angeles

ALMOST SAFE; Monte Clark Gallery, Toronto

2007 ALMOST SAFE; Photographs, Drawings

and Video,Postmasters, NY

THE SEPTEMBERISTS: Photographs by Anthony

Goicolea; Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea

2006 THE SEPTEMBERISTS: Monte Clark

Gallery, Toronto, Canada

ANTHONY GOICOLEA, Photographs, Monte

Clark Gallery, Vancouver, Canada

THE SEPTEMBERISTS, Aurel Scheibler, Berlin,

Germany

ACTOS COMPULSIVOS, MAPR, San Juan,

Puerto Rico DRAWINGS: Sandroni.Rey Gallery,

Los Angeles, CA

2005 Anthony Goicolea, Photographs,

Drawings and Video: The Arizona State

University Museum of Art, Tempe, AZ

SHELTERED LIFE, New Drawings, Photographs

and Video Installation, Postmasters Gallery,

New York, NY.

OUTSIDERS, Photographs and Video,

Cheekwood Museum of Art: the Contemporary

Temporary Series, Nashville, Tennessee.

ESTACIONES; Galeria Luis Adelantado,

Valencia, Spain.

ANTHONY GOICOLEA, Galeria Adelantado

Miami, Miami, FL.

2004 SHELTERED; New Drawings,

Photographs and Video Installation, Galerie

Aurel Scheibler Cologne, Germany

RECENT WORKS, New Photographs, Angstrom

Gallery, Dallas, TX

KIDNAP; New Drawings, Photographs and

Video Installation, Sandroni-Rey Gallery, Los

Angeles, CA

KIDNAP; New Drawings, Photographs and

Video Installation, Torch Gallery, Amsterdam,

The Netherlands

TEA PARTY; New Video Installation, Madison

Avenue Calvin Klein Space, NYC

ANTHONY GOICOLEA, New Videos, Spazio-(H),

Milan, Italy

BOYS WILL BE BOYS; The John Michael Kohler

Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI

KIDNAP: Galerie Aurel Scheibler, Cologne,

Germany

2003 Galerie Aurel Scheibler, Cologne,

Germany

Photos & Films, Curated by Edsel Williams, The

GREEN BARN, Sagaponack, NY

Gow Langsford, Sydney, Australia

Gow Langsford, Auckland, New Zealand

Cotthem Gallery, Barcelona, Spain Cotthem

Gallery, Brussels, Belgium

Casa De America, Madrid, Spain

Contemporary Center of Photography,

Melbourne, Australia

The Sargeant Gallery, Wanganui, New Zealand

2002 Land, RARE Gallery, New York, NY

Water, Sandroni-Rey, Los Angeles, CA

Arizona State University Art Museum, Tempe,

AZ


Miami, Miami, FL.

2004 SHELTERED; New Drawings,

Photographs and Video Installation, Galerie

Aurel Scheibler Cologne, Germany

RECENT WORKS, New Photographs, Angstrom

Gallery, Dallas, TX

KIDNAP; New Drawings, Photographs and

Video Installation, Sandroni-Rey Gallery, Los

Angeles, CA

KIDNAP; New Drawings, Photographs and

Video Installation, Torch Gallery, Amsterdam,

The Netherlands

TEA PARTY; New Video Installation, Madison

Avenue Calvin Klein Space, NYC

ANTHONY GOICOLEA, New Videos, Spazio-(H),

Milan, Italy

BOYS WILL BE BOYS; The John Michael Kohler

Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI

KIDNAP: Galerie Aurel Scheibler, Cologne,

Germany

2003 Galerie Aurel Scheibler, Cologne,

Germany

Photos & Films, Curated by Edsel Williams, The

GREEN BARN, Sagaponack, NY

Gow Langsford, Sydney, Australia

Gow Langsford, Auckland, New Zealand

Cotthem Gallery, Barcelona, Spain Cotthem

Gallery, Brussels, Belgium

Casa De America, Madrid, Spain

Contemporary Center of Photography,

Melbourne, Australia

The Sargeant Gallery, Wanganui, New Zealand

2002 Land, RARE Gallery, New York, NY

Water, Sandroni-Rey, Los Angeles, CA

Arizona State University Art Museum, Tempe,

AZ

Art Space, Auckland, New Zealand

Galerie Aurel Scheibler, Cologne, Germany

The Museum of Contemporary Photography,

Chicago, IL

Torch Gallery, Amsterdam, Holland

2001 DETENTION; RARE Gallery, New York,

NY

Angstrom Gallery, Dallas, TX

The Corcoran College of Art and Design at The

Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

MCMAGMA, Milan, Italy

2000 SOLO, Vedanta, Chicago, IL

Fabien Fryns, Marbella, Spain

Luis Adelantado, Valencia, Spain

1999 YOU AND WHAT ARMY; RARE Gallery,

New York, NY

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2015 I AM: Always New: KCAD, Grand

Rapids, MI

2014 A BOOK BETWEEN TWO STOOLS:

Boghossian Foundation, Brusells, Belgium.

CUBAN AMERICA: AN EMPIRE STATE OF

MIND: Lehman College Art Gallery, Bronx, New

York.

VANITAS: Works from the Collection of

Stephane Janssen. Arizona State University

Museum of Art

HYBRIDITY: 21C Museum, Bentonville, AK

2013 "The Adventures of truth" curated by

Bernard-Henri LevyFoundation Maeght, Saint-

Paul-de-Vence, France

2012 3am: WONDER AND PARANOIA:

Bluecoat Gallery. Liverpool, UK

2011 PERFORMING FOR THE CAMERA:

Arizona Sate University Art Museum. Tempe,

AZ

HIDE/SEEK: Brooklyn Museum. Brooklyn, NY

CUBA NOW; 21c Museum. Louisville, KY

DEAD LINES; Death in Art-Media-Everyday Life:

Von Der Heydt Kunsthalle. Wuppertal Germany

(10/2011-02/2012)

30: A BROOKLYN SALON: Celebrating Thirty

years of Contemporary Art. BRIC Rotunda

Gallery. Brooklyn, NY (09/2011-10/2011)

COLORIFIC: WE MAKE AN ART RAINBOW;

Postmasters Gallery, NYC.

LATE SUMMER BLUES: Storefront Gallery.

Brooklyn, NY

2010 HAUNTED; Guggenheim Museum of

Art, NYC, NY

IKON Gallery: Birmingham, England

TOOL; Fotofestival Cultuurcentrum

Scharpoord, Knokke-Heist, Belgium

OPEN SEASON; Flanders Gallery, 2010

TRANSPARENCY AND TRANS-FORMATIONS:

US Embassy, Stockholm

SUPERFICES DEL DESEO, curated by Cecilia

Delgado Masse: Museo Universario Arte

CONTEMPORANEO, Universidad Nacional

Autónoma de México [catalog]

HIDE/SEEK; Different and Desire in American

Portraiture: National Portrait Gallery,

Washington, DC

2009 GROUP SHOW, Monte Clark Gallery,

Vancouver, BC

MASCULINE: Interpretations of Manhood;

Charles Cowles Gallery, NY

MI VIDA. From Heaven to Hell, Műcsarnok ,

Budapest

MYTOLOGIES; Haunch of Venison, London, UK

GENERATION: Art Gallery of Alberta, Canada


2008 OH L’AMOUR; Center for Creative

Photography, University of Arizona, Tucson,

Arizona

BOYS OF SUMMER; The Fireplace Project, East

Hampton, NY

DARGER-ISM; Contemporary Artists and Henry

Darger, American Folk Art Museum, New York

BADLANDS; New Horizons in Landscape, Mass

Moca, MA

GEN-X: Post-Boomers and the New South;

Mobile Museum of Art, Mobile, AL

AMERIKA: Back to the Future, Postmasters, NY

PEOPLE AND PLACES: Selections from the

Allen Thomas Jr Photography Collection;

SECCA (Southeast Center of Contemporary

Art), Winston-Salem, NC

RETHINKING LANDSCAPE; Contemporary

Photography from the Allen Thomas Jr.

Collection, Taubman Museum of Art, Roanoke,

VA

2007 NEW DIRECTIONS IN AMERICAN

DRAWING, Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA

KUNST FILM BIENNALE, vertreten durch SK

Stiftung Kultur, Koln

ICH WAR’S NICHT, Haus am Waldsee, Berlin

OMINOUS ATMOSPHERE; Heather Marx

Gallery, San Francisco, CA

PLANO INTIMO; Ciclo de Videoarte, Sala

Parpallo, Valencia

SHELTER; Museum De Fundatie Zwolle, Heino

Contemporary Cool and collected, Mint

Museum of Art Charlotte, NC

OPENING SHOW, Max. Durchfahrts-hohe,

Berlin

STALKING SUBURBIA, Westport Arts Center,

Westport, CT

EXISTENCIAS, Museo De Arte

Contemporeaneo De Castilla Y Leon, Spain

MAT COLLISHAW & ANTHONY GOICOLEA,

Haunch of Venison Zurich

GLOBAL ANXIETIES; The college of Wooster

Art Museum, Wooster,Ohio

ROLE EXCHANGE; Sean Kelly Gallery, New

York, NY

BEHIND INNOCENCE; Gallery Hyundai, Seoul,

Korea International Video Art Exhibition: Today

Art Museum, Beijing

2006

SENSACIONS EN PRIMEIRA, CGAC, Spain

CONNIVENCES; Collection of Stphane Janssen,

Musee Dixelles, Brussel and Arizona ASU

Museum

MODERN PHOTOGRPHS, Miami Art Museum,

Miami, FL

LOOPED; engages in time, CAS Gallery,

University of Miami

KRIEG DER KNOPFE, Ursula Blickle Stiftung,

Kraichtal-Unterowisheim, Germany

DIE JUDGEND VON HEUTE; Schirn Kunsthalle,

Frankfurt, Germany

MIDDLE GROUND: Photographss ffrom the

whitney Museum of American Art, Culumbia

University in the City of New York

CINTAS EXHIBITION: Finalists, The Buena Vista

Building, Miami, FL

THE HUNGRY EYE; Chelsea Art Museum, New

York

ARCADIA; Yancey Richardson Gallery, New

York

MAKING A SCENE; Haifa Museum of Art, Haifa

Isreal

EMOTIONAL LANDSCAPE: Rotunda Gallery,

Brooklyn, NY

2005 IN FOCUS; Contemporary Photography

from the Allen G. Thomas Jr. Collection, The

North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, NC

WESTERN BIENNALE; Guest currated by

Edward Lucie-Smith, The John Natsoulas

Gallery, Davis, CA

DESVELAR LO INVISIBLE, Videocreacion

contemporanea, El Consejeria de Cultura

yDeportes. Comunidad de Madrid, Madrid,

Spain.

MIXED UP CHILDHOOD; Auckland Art Gallery,

Auckland, New Zealand

MY SO CALLED LIFE; Monte Clark Gallery.

Toronto, Canada.

OBSERVITORI 2005, Museo de las Artes,

Valencia, Spain

NARRATIVES OF THE PRESUMED INVISIBLE,

Kunsthalle Lophem, Lophem, Belgium.

REPRESENTING REPRESENTATION VII: Arnot

Art Museum, Elmira, NY

2004 NOCTURNAL EMISSIONS; The

Groninger Museum, Groninger, The

Netherlands

WILL BOYS BE BOYS? Questioning Adolescent

Masculinity in Contemporary Art, Independent

Curators International, New York, NY.

WORKS ON PAPER; Sandroni-Rey Gallery, Los

Angeles, CA

ME,MYSELF,&I; Photographs, University

Galleries, Florida Atlantic University, Boca

Raton, Florida

DITTO; Multiples From the Collection, The

Museum of Contemporary Photography,

Chicago, IL

The Amazing and the Immutable, University of


South Florida Contemporary Art Museum,

Tampa, FL

EXCESS; Food as Metaphor and other

Strategies of Consumption, Fine Arts Center

Galleries University of Rhode Island, Kingston,

RI

OUT OF PLACE; Part II, Indianapolis Museum of

Contemporary Art, Indianapolis, IN

IS ONE GOOD THING BETTER THAN

ANOTHER; Galerie Aurel Scheibler, Cologne,

Germany

PRETTY WORLD; Aeroplastics Contemporary,

Brussels, Belgium

SWIMMING POOL; Yossi Milo Gallery, New

York, NY

DRAWINGS ON PAPER; Lucas Schoreman

Gallery, New York, NY

DREAM WEAVER, Yancey Richardson Gallery,

New York, NY

THE DRAWINGS SHOW, Curated by Edsel

Williams; The Green Barn, Sagaponack, NY

NEW LOCATION; Sandroni-Rey Gallery, Los

Angeles, CA

ROYAL HIBERNIAN ACADEMYR, Gallagher

Gallery, Dublin, Ireland

OPEN HOUSE: Working in Brooklyn, The

Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY

BOYS BEHAVING BADLY; Contemporary Arts

Museum, Houston, Texas

LIJF: Reizende tentoonstelling over het lichaam,

RAZA, Flanders, Belgium

Á Fripon Fripon et Demi (Pour une école

buissonniere), Collection Lambert en Avignon,

France

SCHOOLIN’; AOV Gallery, San Fransisco,

California

ONLY SKIN DEEP; Changing Visions of the

American Self, International Center of

Photography, New York, NY

2003

MAMA’S BOY; White Columns, New York, NY

POTENTIAL IMAGES OF THE WORLD; SPEED

Art Museum, Louisville, KY

PICTURES FROM WITHIN; American

Photographs, 1958-2003, Whitney Museum of

American Art, New York, NY

REALITY VS. FICTION; Jamaica Center for the

Arts, Queens, NY

TOMBE LA NEIGE, Galerie Anne De Villepoix,

Paris, France

Atlanta Celebrates Photography; Momus,

Atlanta, GA

ART UNLIMITED; Installation: Basel,

Switzerland

WHISPER; Galerie Aurel Scheibler, Cologne,

Germany

ANTHONY GOICOLEA AND PATRICIA

PICCININI; Gow Langsford Gallery, Auckland,

New Zealand

WINDSTILL; Cotthem Gallery, Brussels,

Belgium

NAKED BEFORE GOD; The Museum of New

Art, Parnu, Estonia

BAD BOYS; Galeria Luis Adelantado, Valencia,

Spain

CHILD IN TIME; The Museum of Helmond, The

Netherlands

COMIC RELEASE; Negotiating Identity For A

New Generation, Carnegie Mellon University,

Pittsburgh, PA & other locations

CONSTRUCTED REALITIES; Las Vegas Art

Museum, Las Vegas, Nevada

GROUP EXHIBITION, Gow Langsford Gallery,

Auckland, New Zealand

HOW HUMAN: Life in the Post-Genome Era;

International Center of Photography, New York,

NY

MURSOLLAICI; Centre Culturel Suisse, Paris,

France

2002

ART DOWNTOWN; New Photography, Wall

Street Rising, New York, NY

CONSTRUCTED REALITIES; Grand Arts, Kansas

City, MO

THE DUBROW BIENNIAL, Kagan Martos, New

York, NY

ENOUGH ABOUT ME; Momenta, Brooklyn, NY

GUIDE TO TRUST No. 2; Yerba Buena Center for

Arts, San Francisco, CA, and other locations

WHISPER; Galerie Aurel Scheibler, Cologne,

Germany

HASH BROWN POTATOES; Smack Mellon

Studios, Brooklyn, NY

HOME MOVIES; SF Cameraworks, San

Francisco, CA

NTERPLAY; The Moore Building, Miami Design

District, Miami, FL

MASQUERADE; John Michael Kohler Arts

Center, Sheboygan, WI

SITUATED REALITIES; Alyce de Roulet

Williamson Gallery, Art Center College of

Design, Pasadena, CA

SITUATED REALITIES; Maryland Institute,

College of Art, Baltimore, MD

SITUATED REALITIES; MCAD Galleries,

Minneapolis College of Art and Design,

Minneapolis, MN

WHO? ME?; Role Play In Self-Portrait


Photography, Zabriskie Gallery, New York, NY

2001 Collector’s Choice, Nassau County

Museum of Art, Roslyn Harbor, NY

FOR SKIN; Henrique Faria Fine Arts, NYC, NY

2000 Art in General; New York, NY Collector’s

Choice; Exit Art, New York, NY

FLESH OF THE BOY; Flesh of the Girl, P.S. 122,

New York, NY

GOOD BUSINESS IS THE BEST ART; The Bronx

Museum, Bronx, New York

HARD; TATE, New York, NY

MANLY; Art in General, New York, NY

NEW NEW YORK; Texas Fine Arts Association,

Austin, TX

POSTERS; White Columns, New York, NY

SIDELONG GLANCE; IM n IL, New York, NY

SUMMER SHOW 2000; Angstrom Gallery,

Dallas, TX

UNTITLED (CONJECTURE); SF Cameraworks,

San Francisco, CA

1998 GENDER (Con)sumption Assumption

Exhibition; The Bronx Museum, Bronx, New

York

OPEN; TATE, New York, NY

FILM FESTIVALS/ VIDEO PROJECTS

2011 The Septemberists; The Cartier

Foundation, Paris

The Grid of One; Pacific Film Archive, Berkley,

CA

Cine Y Casi Cine 2004; The Museum National

Center of Art Reina Sofia, Madrid, Spain

Videocreación Contemporánea; Barcelona and

Madrid, Spain

The Intternational Canary Islands’ Multimedia

and Video Festival; Canary Islands, Spain

artFORCE, PLUM TV; Currated by Yvone Force,

New York, NY

MIT LIST Visual Arts Center; Media Test Wall,

Cambridge, MA

The 17th Annual Dallas Video Festival; Dallas

Theater Center, Dallas, TX

Fear No Film Festival at the Utah Film Festival;

Salt Lake City, UT

Art Film; Art Basel 35, Basel, Switzerland

The Sunset Boulevard Video Billboard Project;

Sponsored by the West Hollywood Arts and

Cultural Affairs Commission, Los Angeles, CA

Gallery 845/LAAA; Video screening, Los

Angeles, CA

2003

Art Film; Art Basel 34, Basel, Switzerland

The New York Video Festival; New York, NY

The Belgian Film Festival; Brussels, Belgium

The Indonesian Film Festival; Indonesia

The Rotterdam Film Festival; The Netherlands

Video International; F A Projects, London,

England

Arizona State University Art Museum, Arizona

The Museum of Helmond, The Netherlands

The Groninger Museum, Groninger, The

Netherlands

Museum of Contemporary Photography,

Chicago, IL

Yale University Art Collection, Photography, CT

El Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Castilla,

Leon, Spain

The Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at

Cornell University, Ithica, NY

Centro Galego De Arte Contemporanea,

Santiago De Compostela, Spain

The Telfair Museum of Art, Savanah, GA

The University of Georgia Museum of Art,

Athens, GA

The Israel Museum, Jerusalem

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