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Exhibitions
 
  Solo Exhibitions  
  2011 Art for Architecture Gallery, Hiilsdale, New York, “Timelines and Indeterminate Landscapes”
  2010 Tspace, Rhinebeck, New York, “Low Lying Clouds ”
  2008 Terenchin Fine Art, Catskill, New York, “Indeterminate Landscapes”
  2008 Varga Gallery, Woodstock, NY “My God, I Can See”
  2006 The Arts Center Gallery, Saratoga Springs, NY, Indetrminate Places
  2001 859 Space , NY, NY, Dots and Lines
  1995 55 Mercer Gallery, NY, NY, Our Last Sleep We Fly,
    (catalog design by James Holl, essay by Nancy Princenthal)
  1991 St. John’s University Gallery, Queens, NY, Recent Paintings
  1987 Gotham Fine Arts Gallery, NY, NY, Early Works: 1976 to 1983
  1984 John Carl Warnecke Architects, NY, NY, Display Window, Preacher’s Principles
  1981 The New Museum, NY, NY, Special Projects Window, The World Toy Company
  1980 Artist’s Space, NY, NY, Wake Up It’s Time To Go To Work
  1979 PS 1 Museum, Long Island City, NY, Open Studio Show: The Scientist and the Sea
  1978 PS 1 Museum, Special Projects Exhibition, When Creatures Crawled from the Bowels of the Earth
  1978 PS 1 Museum, Long Island City, NY, Open Studio Show: The Entourage.
  1976 Columbia University, NY, NY, Peg and Slot Games.
  Group Exhibitions  
  2015 Atwater Gallery, Rhinebeck, New York “Bros. Picture Show” May 16 - June 16, 2015
  2014 PS 209 Art Gallery, Stone Ridge, New York “Paper White” Nov. 28, 2014 - Jan. 11, 2015
  2014 Castlefitzjohns Gallery, New York, NY, “Everyone will be famous for 12 inches” Aug 8th - Aug 23
  2014 The Painting Center, New York, NY, “Shifting Ecologies,” June 17th - July 12
  2013 Fox Gallery, New York, NY, “Recent Paintings and Paper Works,” October 17 - Feb 13
  2013 CR 10 Gallery, Hudson, New York, “Heavy Equipment” July 13 - September 15
  2012 Prographica, Fine Works on Paper, Seattle, WA, “The Landscape: Evoked” June 8 - July 13
  2012 Thompson Giroux Gallery, Chatham, NY, “Friend of a Friend” November 10 -January 6, 2013
  2012 Byrdcliffe Kleinart/James Center for the Arts, Woodstock, NY, “The Sky is Falling!” Curated by Alan Baer, October 12- November 12
  2012 Prographica, Fine Works on Paper, Seattle, Wash, “Landscape Part II: Urban and Rural,” March 10- April 14
  2012 Figment NYC, Outdoor sculpture exhibition and event. Governors Island, “Let’s Talk About Art,” June 15-17
  2012 Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, New Palz, NY, “Dear Mother Nature: Hudson Valley Artists 2012” Curated by Linda Weintraub
  2012 Greene County Council of the Arts, Catskill, NY, “From Whale Oil to Whole Foods”
  2012 Marymount Manhattan Hewitt Gallery, NY, NY, “Faculty Exhibition”
  2011 Athens Cultural Center, Athens, NY “Constant Gardeners: Susan Wides and Jim Holl” Catalog design and essay by Jim Holl
  2011 Denise Bibro Gallery, NY, NY “Summer Selections”
  2011 Samual Dorsky Museum of Art, New Palz, NY, “Hudson Valley Artists 2011: Exercises in Unnecessary Beauty”
  2011 Byrdcliff Guild, Woodstock, NY “Quick Down and Dirty” biannual summeer outdoor sculpture exhibition
  2011 Prographica, fine works on paper, Seattle, Wash, “Preliminary Drawings”
  2011 Greene County Council of the Arts, Catskill, NY, “Tour de Force”
  2010 Prographica, fine works on paper, Seattle, Wash, “Inaugural Exhibition”
  2010 Greene County Council of the Arts, Catskill, NY, “Wish You Were Here”
  2009 Danette Koke Fine Art, NY, NY
  2009 Greene County Council of the Arts, Catskill, NY, “Psychic Landscapes”
  2008 Mill Lofts Gallery, Catskill, NY
  2007 Kleinert/James Art Center / Byrdcliffe Guild, Woodstock, NY, “Woodstock Biennial”
  2007 Samual Dorsky Museum of Art, New Palz, NY, “Uncannny Valley”
  2005 Parish Art Museum, Juried Exhibition, Southhampton, NY
  2004, 2005 BCB ART, Gallery Artists, Hudson, New York
  2004 Catskill Mountain Foundation, Hunter, NY. Legacy
  2002, 07, 11 Marymount Manhattan Hewitt Gallery, NY, NY, "Faculty Exhibition"
  2002 Photo District Gallery, NY, NY . Moving On
  1998 Marymount Manhattan College Gallery, NY,NY, Faculty Exhibition
  1995 Police Building Gallery, NY, NY, Sculptors’ Thinking Drawings
    (catalog design and essay by James Holl)
  1995 Bill Bace Gallery, Art Initiatives, NY, NY, Buoys: Marking The Place
    (catalog design by James Holl, essay by Dominique Nahas)
  1994, 1995 OIA NY, NY, Salon Show
  1992 CB’s 313 Gallery, NY, NY, Beauty
  1992 Trenkman Gallery, NY, NY, Fashion
  1991 Bill Bace Gallery, NY, NY, Artists at Home
  1991 Soho Center for Contemporary Art, NY, NY, Forms of Allusion
  1991 Sandy Webster Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, Philadelphia Designer Showhouse
  1991 Marymount Manhattan College Gallery, NY, NY, Drawing: Thought Before Sculpture
    (catalog design and essay by James Holl)
  1990 Philadelphia Art Alliance, Philadelphia, PA, The Significant Surface
  1986 Kamikaze Night Club, NY, NY, Off the Wall
  1985 Northside Arts Industries, Brooklyn, NY, Pan Arts
  1984 Thorpe Gallery, Sparkill, NY, Architecture/Sculpture
  1983 Creative Time’s Art on the Beach, NY, NY, Public Art Collaboration, Civic Plots , NY, NY
  1983 Artist’s Space, NY, NY, Christmas Invitational
  1982 1708 East Main Gallery, Richmond, VA., P.S...P.S. 1 at East Main
  1981 Zone Gallery, Springfield, MA, Book Show
  1981 Lehman College, NY, NY, Invitational
  1981 Public Image Gallery , NY, NY, Flags
  1980 55 Mercer Gallery, NY, NY, Invitational
  1980 Times Square Show, NY, NY, Preacher’s Principles Performance
  1980 14 Sculptors Gallery, NY, NY, Pamphlet Architecture
  1977, 1978 Columbia University, NY, NY, Invitational and Thesis Exhibition
  1974 Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA, Northwest Annual
  Lectures and Panels  
  2010 Radio interview, WZCR, “Art’s Alive,” Florence Hale. Oct 11
  1999 Artist’s Space Benefit Committee, NYC
  1998 Steven Holl Architects, Artist Consultant for the Museum of Modern Art redesign competition; final model was exhibited at MoMa
  1997, 1998 Marymount Manhattan College, NYC, Visiting Lecturer: Graphic Design
  1989 College Art Association, New York Hilton, NYC, Presented Paper: Room in the Mind
  1986, 1987 Marymount Manhattan College, NYC, Visiting Lecturer: Graphic Design
  1986, 1987 Columbia University, NYC, Visiting Critic: Architecture
  1991 Boston College, Boston, MA, Visiting Lecturer: Fine Art
  1982, 1983 University of Washington, Seattle, WA: Visiting Lecturer; Fine Art
  1986 The New Museum Advisory Panel, NYC
  Publications
  2011 Jim Holl, catalog and essay, Athens Cultural Center, Athens, NY, "Constant Gardeners: Susan Wides and Jim Holl", July 31
  2010 Jim Holl, catalog and essay, T-Space Gallery, Rinebeck, "New York, Low Lying Clouds", October 1
  2010 Paul Smart, Almanac: Woodstock Times, Saugerties Times, and Kingston Times, New York,
“Art Landforms, Wish You Were Here at GGCA ” November 4
  2009 Jim Holl’s The Landscape Painter An Autobiography 1974 Through 1994 The book chronicles the artist’s reflections and artworks regarding the dichotomy between thinking and feeling, art and life, artifice and authenticity during this vibrant period in New York City. Charta Art Books is an international publishing house based in Milan Italy. Charta specializes in contemporary artists books. The book is Distrubuted by DAP. The Landscape Painter is 128 pages with 176 b/w illustrations.
  2007 Paul Smart, Almanac: Woodstock Times, Saugerties Times, and Kingston Times, New York, “Cultural Cornucopia” October 18
  2007 Brian Wallace, “Uncannny Valley” Catalog, Samual Dorsky Museum of Art, SUNY New Palz, NY,
  2007 Alison Woods, Roll Magazine, “The Uncanny Valley” Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, SUNY New Paltz,
Aug-Sept.
  2005 Paul Smart, Woodstock Times , Saugerties Times, and Kingston Times, New York,
“Concept versus Intuition” May 19
  1995 Dave Hornor, Tribeca Trib, “Art in Review: Offerings of Sculpture fromArt Initiatives”
  1986 ID Magazine, “Fantasy Portfolio,” Sept/Oct
  1985 Melissa Feldman, Stroll Magazine, “Survey of Window Displays,” Summer Issue
  1984 Anita Contini, “Insights/ Onsites,” Visual Arts Program, National Endowment for the Arts, “Alternative Sites and Uncommon Collaborators: The Story of Creative Time,”
Published by Partners for Livable Places, Washington, D.C.,
  1983 Grace Glueck, The New York Times, Sunday Arts and Leisure Section, “Engaging Experiments Transform a Sandy Site,” front page, July 31
  1983 Kay Larson, New York Magazine, “Art on the Beach,” August 8
Chancy Howell, Live at Five, Television News, Channel 5
  1983 Richard F. Shepard, New York Times, “Sole Searching,” August 6
  1983 Sherry Bennett, Footwear News, “Footnotes,” September 5
  1983 Robert Merritt, Richmond Times Dispatch, “P.S...P.S.1,” March 6
  1982 Stephanie Blyn, P.S....P.S. 1 at 1708 East Main, (Catalog design by James Holl)
  1981 The New Museum Annual Report , Cover photo from James Holl exhibit “World Toy Company,”
  1980 William Zimmer, Soho Weekly News, Oct 1
  1978 Peter Frank, Village Voice, May 29
  Awards  
  2004 Marymount Manhattan College, Sokol Grant
  2002 Marymount Manhattan College, Sokol Grant
  2001 Marymount Manhattan College, Hewlett Grant
  1994 JP Morgan and Company Inc., Art Commission for Corporate Headquarters
  1997 Digital Illustration Award, NYMUG Macintosh Convention, Hilton Hotel
  1991 Exhibition Support Grant, Artist’s Space
  1990 Artist’s Grant, The Pollock-Krasner Foundation
  1983 Artist’s Grant, Creative Time, “Art on the Beach,” New York, NY
  1980 Artist’s Grant, Artist’s Space, New York, NY
  1978-1979 Artist-in-Residence, PS1 Museum(MOMA), Institute for Art and Urban Resources, Long Island City, NY
  1975-1977 Masters Degree, Columbia University Scholarship