Brooklyn, New York
MFA – Studio Art. Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Philadelphia, PA
BFA – Studio Art and Education. School of Art, The University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
SOLO EXHIBITION HISTORY
Third Person, Ground Floor Gallery. Brooklyn, NY, curated by Krista Scenna
*(2 person w/ Cat Glennon)
--- Table of contents --- , SLAG Gallery, New York, NY
—W O R K—, Bronx Blue Bedroom Project. Bronx, NY
SELECTED ART FAIRS AND GROUP EXHIBITIONS
FOCUS New York
SCOPE Miami Beach
North x Northwest, Yellowstone Art Museum. Billings, MT, juried by Julia Andrews
Library and Museum of Electronic Waste, LES Ecology Center. New York, NY, curated by Christine Datz-Romero
Apocryphal Times, Friedman Benda. New York, NY curated by Tamara Kostianovsky
SELECT 2014, Phillip Bloom Gallery. Miami, FL curated by Tim Goossens
David, Shirey Gallery. Brooklyn, NY curated by Stan Narten and Matt White
Every Exit is an Entrance, Exit Art. New York, NY curated by Papo Colo
Franconia Sculpture Park (Fellowship Exhibition), Franconia, MN curated by John Hock
RE/Mixed Digital Art Festival. Brooklyn, NY curated by Tom Tenny
Cityscape: Surveying the Urban Biotope, Socrates Sculpture Park. Queens, NY curated by Alyson Baker and Marichris Ty
The Last Book, The Zentralbibliothek. Zürich, Switzerland, project by Luis Camnitzer
Bienal Internacional de Arte Contemporaneo. ULA-2010 [La Pantalla y el Marco]. Centro De Investigaciones Esteticas; Merida, Venezuela.
The Act of Drawing, VIVID. Birmingham, United Kingdom curated by Laura Coult
The Fountain Art Fair, Alice Chilton Gallery. Miami, FL Jill McDermid
Plan B, NurtureART. Brooklyn, NY curated by Krista Saunders
Illiterature, LIMN Gallery. San Francisco, CA & Frumkin/Arena 1 Gallery, Santa Monica, CA curated by Mark Carter
AIM 28:How Soon is Now?, Bronx Museum of Art. Bronx, NY curator: Erin Riley-Lopez
Catching the Word, Black & White Gallery//Chelsea. NY, NY curator: Tatyana Okshteyn
Works on Paper, O’H+T. Boston, MA curators: Kathleen O’Hara and Caroline Taggart
Aqua Art fair Miami/Wynwood. Miami, FL Curs: Kathleen O’Hara and Caroline Taggart
R.C. Baker, Village Voice. “Best in Show: 'How Soon Is Now?' at the Bronx Museum of the Arts ”.
Barbara Hoffman and Calla Salinger, The New York Post. “Be a part of the art: Sculpture you can walk through-or picnic”.
The New Yorker. Goings on About town. “Bronx Museum of the Arts.”
Leah Ollman, the Los Angeles Times, “Review: ‘Illiterature’ at Arena 1 Gallery.”
Brooke Sopelsa, www.cnbc.com, “Recession Inspired Art Grows in Brooklyn”
AWARDS & HONORS
Jerome Fellowship – FSP
Socrates Production Grant
Puffin Foundation Grant
Voulenteer Lawyers for the Arts Residency, New York, New York
Franconia Sculpture Park, Minnesota
Socrates Sculpture Park, Queens, New York
PUBLICATIONS and INTERVIEWS
The Collection Vol #3, with OPEN DOORS and the Center for Transformative Action, 2022
ART IDEAL Magazine, Circle Foundation, September/October 2020
Socrates Sculpture Park, Thirty Years. Introduction by John Hatfield, essays by Jamie Bennett, Mark di Suvero, and Phong Bui 2019.
Alternative Histories: New York Art Spaces, 1960 to 2010. Edited by Lauren Rosati and Mary Anne Stainszewski. Published by MIT Press, 2012.
AIM 28: How Soon is Now?. Forward essay by Claire Barliant. Publ: Bedwick & Jones, 2008.
New American Paintings. Northeastern Competition, #68. Boston: The Open Studio Press, 2007.
Mark Stafford's work is in multiple public and private collections available upon request