Jean-Guerly Pétion

Americana Dreaming, 2020, Acrylics on board, barbed wire, 27 x 27 in.


Jean-Guerly Petion uses symbols from Haiti, his country of birth, as well as imagery suggesting the extremes of wealth and poverty which exist there. His paintings confront emotionally charged first- and third-world class issues via theoretical texts and compelling images, such as that of his black man vaulting skyward over a strand of barbed wire. Often quoting theoretical texts drawn from Freud, Lacan, Deleuze and others, he refuses any simplistic reading of Voudoun symbology: Marcel Duchamp is stepping on Jean-Michel Basquiat! Petion’s depiction of power plays directly invokes the contemporary art scene itself in assemblage and mixed-media sculpture and painting. The work issues demands for a new reading of gods and commoners, hope and despair. Pétion holds a BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute, and an MFA from CalArts. 

Categories: Artists

Marlon Portales


Marlon Portales


Marlon Portales – Works available on Artsy (link)


Marlon Portales (Cuba, 1991) graduated with the highest honor for his academics and professional achievements from the Superior Institute of Arts (ISA 2018). Portales is a multidisciplinary artist, working with several media, including painting, performance, installation and video. His political and ideological worldview results in works that pose sociological and philosophical questions, creating dialogues that invite universal reflection. Portales has been included in several group exhibitions and solo shows in Cuba, the United States, Spain, Germany, and Italy. He has participated in residencies such as Art OMI at OMI International Art Center, Ghent, New York (2015); Illy & UNIDEE in Citta del Arte – Fundazione Pistoletto, Biella, Italy (2016); and Fountainhead Residency, Miami, Florida (2018).


2018 – Degree in Visual Arts. Superior Institute of Art(ISA).Havana. Cuba.
2010 – Bachelor in Visual Arts (Professional Academy of Visual Arts Tiburcio Lorenzo. Pinar del Río, Cuba).


2018 / The Fountainhead Residency. Miami, Florida, USA.
2016 / Residency Illy& UNIDEE (Unmaking: Subverting The Every-Day). Cittadellarte-FundazionePistoletto. Biella, Italy.
2015 / Residency Art OMI. OMI International Art Center. Columbia, Nueva York, USA.


Solo Shows
2019 – “The Voyeur”. 532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel, New York, USA.

2018 – “Museum”. OrigenesGallery, Gran Teatro de La Habana Alicia Alonso, Havana, Cuba.

2017 – “Grand Tour”. Galiano Gallery, Havana. Cuba

2016 – “Poems” (Poemario). Carmelo Gallery, Havana, Cuba


– “The left sentence” (Duo Show withIván M. Perera). Rubén Martínez VillenaGallery, Havana, Cuba. 

– “Tropical Paradise” Pseudonymous – Enrique Rosett). 03C Gallery, Superior Institute of Art (ISA). Havana. Cuba.
– “In Extremix” (Pseudonymous-Ernesto Nereda).03C Gallery, Superior Institute of Art (ISA). Havana. Cuba.


– “With the sense tax”. Professional Academy of Visual Arts Tiburcio Lorenzo. Pinar del Río, Cuba.


– “ Roads“. Lobby Cinema Praga.Pinegrove of the River.
– “The being and he/she swims her”. Ministry of Science Technology and Environment (CITMA). Pinar del Río, Cuba.


Group Shows

– “Illnes has a color” (Collateral to the XIII Havana Biennial). Estudio 50, Havana, Cuba.
– “Lyceum” (Collateral to the XIII Havana Biennial). Casa de Cultura de Plaza, Havana, Cuba.
– “Resonancia” (Collateral to the XIII Havana Biennial). Galería Galiano, Havana, Cuba.
– “Artífice” (Collateral to the XIII Havana Biennial). NG Art Gallery, Havana, Cuba.
– “En olor de multitudes”. Frábrica de Arte Cubano, Havana, Cuba.


– Meraki. NG Art Gallery, Panama.
– Arte y Arquitectura. Frábrica de Arte Cubano, Havana, Cuba.
– La noche boca arriba. Acacia Gallery, Havana, Cuba.
– (Otras) Crónicas marcianas. Casa 8 Gallery, Havana, Cuba.


– “Move Things: videocreation in Cuba”. 20th Movie Theater Las Americas, International Film Festival, Austin, Texas, USA.
– “Experiments in Cinéma”. International Experimental Film Festival, Albuquerque, Nuevo Mexico, USA.
– “Missunderstanding”. Visual Arts Faculty Gallery, Superior Institute of Art (ISA), Havana, Cuba.
– “The Aproach”. Cuban Art Factory (FAC), Vedado, Havana, Cuba.
– “Le Grand Palimdrome”. French alliance, Prado, Havana, Cuba.
– “Das istkeinBild. Das iste in Bild”. BirgGalerieimVolkspark, Halle, Germany.
– “Trecehistoriasmásuna (Thirteen plus one tells)”. Ludwig Foundation, Havana, Cuba


– “Art present: Frontier”. Sometime Art Space, Havana, Cuba.
– XXVIII Provincial Salon October 20th. Museum of Art of Pinar del Río (MAPRI) Pinar del Río, Cuba.
– Art OMI. OMI International Art Center. Nueva York, USA.
– F.A.P. YourSelf. Detras del Muro. XII Havana Biennial, Nerudacoffe, Havana, Cuba.
– Three. Estudio Residencial Miramar. Playa, Havana, Cuba.
– Mise en scène. XII Bienal of Havana, Superior Institute of Art, Havana, Cuba.
– VI International Video Art Festival of Camagüey. Camagüey, Cuba.
– Éticos y estéticos (Ethics and Aesthetics). Center of International Press. Havana, Cuba.


– “Las otrasNarraciones (The other narrations)”. VIExhibition of Contemporary Cuban Art. “Wifredo Lam” Center of Contemporary Art, Havana, Cuba.
– “POST-IT II”. Expo of Contemporary Cuban Art. Collage Havana, Havana, Cuba.
– “Photo-art”, La Havana. Center for Cuban Studies, New York.
– XIII Videominuto International Contest. University of Zaragoza, España.
– “VA-POR” Alcazarstudio, Havana, Cuba.
– “Now it is the nearest approach in the future”. Center of Development of the Visual Arts, Havana, Cuba.


-“POST-IT. Expo of Contemporary Cuban Art”. Collage Havana, Havana, Cuba.


-“II Show of Contemporary Art”. Development Center of the Visual Arts. Pinardel Río, Cuba.
– XXXVI “SalonDecember 14”. Arturo Regueiro Gallery. Pinar del Río, Cuba.
-“La Concretera” Audiovisual Laboratory, 1th mixture. Museum of Art of Pinar del Río (MAPRI). Pinar del Río, Cuba.
-“ZOOM”. It salts Real House of the Creative Youth (AHS). Pinar del Río, Cuba.
– “National Salon AKDEMIK 2012”. Complex Cultural Residence Student Sanja and Aramburu, Havana, Cuba.
– “In the Curb”. Provincial Council of the Visual Arts. Pinegrove of the River.
– “When Pinar del Río Paints”. Expocuba, Pavilion of Culture. Havana. Cuba.
– “Dream City”. Museum of Art of Pinar del Río (MAPRI). Pinar del Río, Cuba.

– “XXXV Salon December 14”. Gallery Arturo Regueiro. Pinegrove of the River.
– “Paths”. Pavilion Cuba. Havana. Cuba.
-“Infor-Morphosis” (Colateral to the XXVI Provincial Living room October 20). Gallery of the Professional Academy of Visual Arts. Pinar del Río, Cuba.
-“XXVI Provincial Living room October 20”. Provincial Council of the Visual Arts. Pinar del Río, Cuba.
-“Phase 4 of the Pinegrove Of the River / Nova Cultural Scotian Exchange”. Arturo Regueir Gallery. Pinar del Río, Cuba.


– Military Service, Cuba.


– “Provincial SalonTiburcio Lorenzo”. UNEAC. Pinegrove of the River.
– “Provincial Salon of Students and Graduates”. Professional Academy of Plastic Arts Tiburcio Lorenzo. Pinar del Río, Cuba.
-“Provincial living room of Students and Egresados”. Colateral to The First Show of Contemporary Art. Pinar del Río, Cuba.
-“I Show of Contemporary Art”. Development Center of the Visual Arts. Pinar del Río, Cuba.

– “X Salon of Young Art. He/she marries of the Creative Youth”. Pinar del Río, Cuba.
– “XXXII SalonDecember 14”. Arturo Regueiro Gallery. Pinar del Río, Cuba.
– “XXV Provincial SalonOctober 20”. Museum of Art of Pinar del Río (MAPRI) Pinar del Río, Cuba.
– “Provincial Salon of Students”. Arturo RegueiroGallery. Pinar del Río, Cuba.

– “Exhibition End of Course”. Arturo Regueiro Gallery. Pinar del Río, Cuba.
– “IX Salon of Young Art. He/she marries of the Creative Youth”. Pinar del Río, Cuba.

-“Salon of Students and Graduates”. Professional Academy of Plastic Arts Carlos Hidalgo. Pinar del Río. Cuba.


– III Prize XXXV Salón Diciembre 14th. Arturo Regueiro Gallery, Pinar del Río, Cuba.

– Prize Provincial Salon for Students. Professional Academy of Visual Arts Tiburcio Lorenzo, Pinar del Río, Cuba.

– Academy Prize. XXV Provincial Salon October 20th. Museum of Art of Pinar del Río (MAPRI) Pinar del Río, Cuba.
Prize. Provincial Salon for Students. Professional Academy of Visual Arts Tiburcio Lorenzo, Pinar del Río, Cuba.

– Mention. Provincial Salon for Students. Professional Academy of Visual Arts Tiburcio Lorenzo, Pinar del Río, Cuba.



– Hamlet Fernández. La imagen de los otros: voyerismos de la recepción. Catalog of Museum Solo show. Havana. Mayo, 2018.

– Gladys Garrote. A propósito de Grand Tour. CdeCuba Magazine, No. 22, 2017.

– Charla CONTINUA. Unmaking: Subverting the every-day. CANTIERE 01. Publication of Citadell arte-Fundación Pistoletto and La Embajada de Rebirth / Tercer Paraíso en Cuba. Junio-Julio, 2016.

– Art On cuba 10. The Cuban Visual Arts Magazine. Marzo-Mayo, 2016.

– Thalía Díaz Vieta. Maridaje de intenciones: des de el universo de la animación. Arts and Letters Faculty, Havana University, Cuba. 2015.

– Yudinela Ortega y Claudia Taboada. Objetos de la re-existencia. Catalog of The left sentence dual exhibition. Septiembre – Octubre, 2015.

– Mirta Luaces. Interview: Marlon Portales Cusett y el mundo de las artes plásticas. ( ) Miami, USA. Agosto, 2015.

– ART OMI 2015. Catálogo digital. New York, USA. 2015. (

– Susan Delson. Trend Warming. Cuban Art News, ART + AUCTION. Mayo, 2015.

– Caridad Blanco. Catálogo THREE, XII Havana Bienial, Cuba. Mayo, 2015.

– Magaly Espinosa. Marlon Portales: del lenguaje a la percepción. El correo del archivo No. 23, Havana, Cuba. 2014.

Marlon Portales: The Voyeur — Full Press Release (link)


Categories: Artists

Alberto Alejandro Rodriguez


Alberto Alejandro Rodríguez


Alberto Alejandro Rodriguez – Works available on Artsy (link)

“Alberto Alejandro Rodríguez: Destruktion”, by Robert R. Shane, June 2020 (article link)


(1995, Havana, Cuba)
Works and studies in Havana, Cuba

2015 to present – 5th year studies in the Fine Arts University in Cuba (ISA) 
2011-2015 – Fine Arts Academy “San Alejandro”, Havana, Cuba  


Solo Exhibitions

2020   Destruktion, 532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel, New York, New Yor

           SPRING/BREAK Art Show, New York, New York

2019   Heterotopy, The Artist Gallery, Havana, Cuba                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

2016   Inventory, Ludwig Foundation of Cuba, Havana, Cuba   
          Auriga, Carmelo Gonzales Gallery, Havana, Cuba


Group Exhibitions

2018   May Diaries, The Artist Gallery, Havana, Cuba                                                                                
          Post-it 5, Galeano Gallery, Havana, Cuba
          Iteration, Collage Havana Gallery, Havana, Cuba 2017    Alberto Alejandro Rodríguez, Eliane Adela Padrón, F.M.7, Gorría Gallery, Havana, Cuba   
            Not a Group Show, Contemporary Art Center “Wilfredo Lam”, Havana, Cuba   
            Deconstruction Area, Visual Art Development Center, Havana, Cuba     

2016    All Arts’ Mother, Contemporary Art Center “Wilfredo Lam”, Havana, Cuba    

2015    Extensions, 12 Biennale of Havana, Fine Arts Academy “San Alejandro”, Havana, Cuba  

Lynn Stern


Lynn Stern


Lynn Stern – Works available on Artsy (link)


Lynn Stern is a New York-based photographer who works with black-and-white film and indirect, natural light.  Increasingly interested in abstraction, Stern began working in her studio in 1985, using a scrim of translucent white or black fabric, either alone to create abstractions, or combined with symbolic objects as a way to ‘de-literalize’ them. She thinks of the backlit scrim as her ‘medium’; it creates a glow of diffuse light that is a constant in all of her work, although the subject matter may vary from series to series.

Stern’s work has been exhibited in numerous exhibitions in the United States and Europe, and is in public collections such as the Brooklyn Museum of Art; the Herbert F. Johnson Museum, Cornell University; the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; the Museum of fine Arts, Houston; the Portland Art Museum (OR); the Victoria and Albert Museum; the Whitney Museum of American Art; and the Yale University Art Gallery, among others.

Stern was co-editor of Photographic INsight from 1990-1993. She was the organizer and moderator of a two-evening symposium held at New York University in 1991 titled “Examining Postmodernism: Images/Premises” and in 2016 moderated a discussion titled “Perceptual/Conceptual: How Does Art Nourish Us?” in New York. 

Six monographs of Stern’s work have been published: Skull (New York: Thames & Hudson, 2017); Frozen Mystery: Lynn Stern Photographs 1978-2008 (Fundación Cristóbal Gabarrón / Center for Creative Photography: 2009); Veiled Still Lifes (exhibition catalogue, 2006); Animus (Tucson: Nazraeli Press, 2000); Dispossession (New York: Aperture, 1995); and Unveilings (New York: Hudson Hills Press, 1988).

The Lynn Stern Archive is located at the Center for Creative Photography, Tucson.


Lynn Stern — CV


Born 1942, New York, NY
Lives and works in New York, NY


1964 B.A. Cum Laude, Smith College, Northampton, MA


2019 “Toward the Invisible” 532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel, New York

2017 Taka Ishii Gallery, New York, NY
2017 Thomas Gibson Fine Art, London, UK
2012 “Signs Half Seen,” Peter Findlay Gallery, NewYork, NY
2011 “SEEN/UNSEEN,” Artspace at Untitled, OklahomaCity, OK
2009 “Lynn Stern: Photographs 1978-2008,” Museo Fundación Cristóbal Gabarrón, Valladolid, Spain
2007 “Veiled Still Lifes,” Mitchell-Innes & Nash, NewYork, NY
2006 “Recent Work,” QCC Art Gallery, Queensborough Community College, NewYork, NY
2002 “Lynn Stern: Photographs from Ten Series,” Staller Center For the Arts, State University of New York at Stony Brook, NY

2001 “Lynn Stern,” Kowasa Gallery, Barcelona, Spain
2001 “Lynn Stern: Work on Paper,” Peter Findlay Gallery, NewYork, NY
2001 “Animus,” Debs&Co., NewYork, NY
1998 “Recent Work,” Barry Friedman Ltd, NewYork, NY
1995 “Whiteness,” Gallery BAI, NewYork, NY
1993 “Lynn Stern: Black and White Photographs,” Scott Nichols Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1990 “Recent Works,” SCPGallery, KansasCity, KS
1988 “Unveilings,” Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, MA


2019 Erin Cluley Gallery, Dallas, Texas
2019 “Color of Light,” Nailya Alexander Gallery, New York
2016 “Sensuous and. Pensive: At Odds and Overlapping,” Booth Gallery, New York, NY
2008 “First Doubt: Optical Confusion in Modern Photography, Selections from the Allan Chasanoff Collection,” Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT
2006 “Walpole’s Leap: 8 Modern Garden Perceptions,” Lobby Gallery 499 Park Ave., New York, NY

2005 “Group Show,” Alva Gallery, New London, CT
2002 “What’s New: Recent Photography Acquisitions,” Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY 2001 “Group Show,” Peter Findlay Gallery, New York, NY
2000 “S. Sidney Kahn (1937-1999) Mementi Mori,” Yale University Art Gallery, NewHaven, CT
1999 “Group Show,” Alva Gallery, New London, CT
1997 “Group Show,” Peter Findlay Gallery, New York, NY
1992 “Traditions in the American Landscape,” Scott Nichols Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1992 “40 Women Photographers,” Silver Image Gallery, Seattle, WA

1989 “Flowers,” Kathleen Ewing Gallery, Washington, DC
1985 “Invitational,” Provincetown Art Museum, Provincetown, MA
1984 “Space Through A Glass Eye: 8 Photographers,” Central State University, Edmond, OK

1980 “4th Annual Small Works Invitational,”New York, NY



Bloomingdale Properties, New York, NY
Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY
Herbert F. Johnson Museum, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

Christian Keesee Collection, Oklahoma City, OK
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles,
LA Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX
Museo Fundación Cristóbal Gabarrón, Valladolid, ES

Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR
Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, MA
Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY
Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT



Skull (New York: Thames & Hudson, 2017); essay by Donald Kuspit
Frozen Mystery: Lynn Stern Photographs 1978-2008, Exhibition Catalogue (Fundacion Cristobal Gabarron/Center For Creative Photography,

2009), Essays by Donald Kuspit, Britt Salvesen, Lynn Stern, George Stolz.

Veiled Still Lifes, Exhibition Catalogue (New York: Queensborough, Community College, 2006), Essay by Nancy E Green, Senior Curator of Prints, Drawings and Photographs, Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University

Animus (Tucson: Nazraeli Press, 2000) essay by Donald Kuspit
Dispossession (New York: Aperture, 1995) essay by Donald Kuspit: “Highly Commended Book,” 1995 Ernst Haas AwardsUnveilings (New York: Hudson Hills Press, 1988;) essay by Paul Caponigro



Organizer/Moderator, “Perceptual/Conceptual: How Do We Experience Art?” New York, 2016 Panelists: April Gornik, Donald Kuspit, Irving Sandler, Lynn Stern

Organizer/Moderator, “Examining Postmodernism,” Tisch School of the Arts, New York University, 1991 Panelists: Martin S. Bergmann, A.D. Coleman, Todd Gitlin, Max Kozloff, Donald Kuspit, Shelley Rice.



Scholar in Residence, Oklahoma Arts Institute, Oklahoma City, OK, 1991

Categories: Artists


Brian Cirmo

Brian Cirmo


Brian Cirmo – works available on Artsy (link)



2002 State University of New York at Albany MFA, Painting and Drawing

1999 The College of Saint Rose BFA, Painting and Drawing

1997 Munson Williams Proctor Arts Institute



2020 Mercer Gallery, Monroe Community College, People Are Absurd, Rochester, NY 

2019 532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel, Gray Matters, New York, NY

2019 Courthouse Gallery, Brian Cirmo, paintings, Lake George Arts Project, Lake George, NY                                         

2018 Wilson Gallery, Le Moyne College, Patterns, Cycles, and Change, Syracuse, NY 

2016 The Burrell Roberts Triangle Gallery, Sinclair College, Doldrums, Dayton, OH

2016 Yates Galley, Siena College, When Blackness Was a Virtue, Loudonville, NY

2015 Rice Gallery, McDaniel College, Black: Recent Paintings, Westminster, MD

2014 Standish Gallery, Massry Center for the Arts, The College of Saint Rose, Black, Albany, NY 

2014 Juergensen Gallery, Mohawk Valley Community College, American Berserk,  Utica, NY





  • Joyce Goldstein Gallery, Up With People, Chatham, NY, Curated by Patrick Neal



  • Collar Works Gallery, MADE in Granville, Troy, NY



  • Albany Center Gallery, Masters of War, Albany, NY
  • OCC Art Gallery, Onondaga Community College, Faculty Exhibition, Syracuse, NY 
  • Scarlet Seven Gallery, Peculiar Quaintness, Troy, NY



  • The Hyde Collection Museum, Artists of the Mohawk Hudson Region, Glens Falls, NY, Curated by Michael Oatman


  • Boston Center for the Arts, Mills Gallery, 24th Drawing Show: Feelers, Boston, MA, Curated by Susan Metrican
  • University Art Museum, University at Albany, Artists of the Mohawk Hudson Region, Albany, NY, Curated by Rachel Uffner



  • Albany International Airport Gallery, Body Language, Albany, NY
  • Ann Street Gallery, Experiences of War: An Artist View, Newburg, NY
  • Harry Wood Gallery, Arizona State University, Look & Listen, Tempe, AZ
  • Diane Kidd Gallery, Tiffin University, I Have A Dream, Tiffin, OH 
  • University Art Museum, SUNY Albany, American Playlist, Albany, NY, Curated by Corinna Ripps Schaming
  • Catskills Art Society, Untamed, Livingston Manor, NY



  • Kellogg Gallery, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA
  • Opalka Gallery, Sage College of Albany, An Armory Show, Albany, NY, Curated by Michael Oatman and Ken Ragsdale
  • Antenna Gallery, Mixed Messages.3, New Orleans, LA
  • Charles Krause, Reporting Fine Art Gallery, A Call to Arms, Washington, DC
  • Albany Center Gallery, Our Heads, Albany, NY 



  • University Art Museum, SUNY Albany, After School Special, Albany, NY, Curated by Ken Johnson
  • Collar Works Gallery, Country, Culture, Geography, Troy, NY



  • Saratoga County Arts Council, Wandering Intention, Saratoga Springs, NY 
  • Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, All This Useless Beauty, Troy, NY, Curated by Ken Ragsdale



  • The Albany Institute of History and Art, Artists of the Mohawk Hudson Region, Albany, NY, Curated by Joel Shapiro


  • Green Gallery, A Man For All Seasons, Brooklyn, NY
  • University Art Museum, Selected Works from Pierogi Flat Files, Albany, NY



2020 Salem to Salem, Salem, Germany (cancelled due to Covid-19)

2019 Salem Art Works, Salem to Salem, Salem, NY

2018 Elizabeth Murray Artist Residency, Granville, NY



2020 Joyce Goldstein Gallery, The Roaring Twenties, Chatham, NY

2019 OCC Art Gallery, SUNY Onondaga, Abstract /ˈkəlCHər/, Syracuse, NY

2017 Albany Center Gallery, Masters of War, Albany, NY

2013 Albany Center Gallery, Our Heads, Albany, NY 



2019 CONTEXT Art Miami, 532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel

2019 Art Aspen, 532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel



2017- Assistant Professor, SUNY Onondaga Community College, Syracuse, NY   

Categories: Artists

Carlos Rodriguez Cardenas

Carlos Rodriguez Cardenas, Architectural Landscape

Carlos Rodriguez Cardenas, Architectural Landscape, acrylic, mixed media on linen on seven panels 11ft x 15ft, 2018



Carlos Rodriguez Cardenas


Carlos Rodríguez Cárdenas, born in 1962 in Santi Spiritus, Villa Clara, is one of the important Cuban artists who came to contemporary art spotlight in the mid-1980’s.  Since that time, his exile in Mexico in the early 1990s and settling in New York, his work has been known for its exquisite and ironic artistry, inviting the viewer to question reality and see beyond the world of the official word imposed by the system.

In his most recent work, Cárdenas rekindles the nature and landscape of New York and depicts the megalopolis in a more sobering new order with a balance of Cartesian-like geometries. His pictorial conventions are characterized by subtle counterpoints, mysticism and rationality, the yin and yang of the natural and urban environment.

Cárdenas is in major collections, including Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; Peter Ludwig Museum, Cologne, Germany; Ludwig Forum for International Art, Aachen, Germany; Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale; Museo Provincial de Santa Clara, Villa Clara; and National Museum of Fine Arts Havana, Cuba — as well as many private collections.  He has exhibited internationally, including solo exhibitions at GE Galeria, Mexico; Galeria Nina Menocal, Mexico; Galeria Ramis F. Barquet, Madrid, Spain; Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Coral Gables; and ARCO 93 International Art Fair, Madrid.  Group shows in which he has been featured include the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Perez Art Museum, Miami; 1989 Havana Biennial; Stadtische Kunsthalle,Dusseldorf, Germany; Centro Atlantico de Arte Moderno, Las Plasmas de Gran Canaria, Spain; and Samuel P. Hart Museum of Art.  He earned the Collective Prize Cuban Painting, awarded to participate at the First Biennial Jaume Guasch, Barcelona, Spain. Cárdenas completed his arts studies in 1983 in Havana’s Instituto Superior de Arte (ISA), and currently lives and works in New York City. 

Categories: Artists

Sky Kim


Sky Kim


Sky Kim – Works available on Artsy (link)


Sky Kim lives and works in the New York City area. Born in Seoul, Korea and she received a M.F.A in Painting from Pratt Institute. She is a recipient of the National Museum of Contemporary Art’s National Korean Art Competition Awards and a Pratt Institute Art Grant. She has exhibited in major venues around the world and has been exhibiting and lecturing as a guest artist at universities. Kim’s work is in many private collections worldwide.


Pratt Institute; Brooklyn, N.Y
Master of Fine Arts in Painting (Graduated with Honors)

Solo & Two Person Exhibitions
2018 ‘Expanding Space Time’, Korean Cultural Center/Embassy of the Republic of Korea, Washington DC
         ‘Divine Thread’, Filo Sofi Arts Gallery, New York, NY
2017 ‘Pulse Art Fair Solo Show’, Miami Beach, FL
         ‘Sky Kim & Curtis Bartone’, PrattMWP Gallery in the Museum of Art, Utica, NY
2015 ‘Quantum One’, St. Joseph’s University Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
2014 ‘Mapping Out the Matrix’, Tinney Contemporary, Nashville, TN
2012 ‘One Spirit, One Breath’, Haas Gallery, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, PA
         ‘Sacred Geometry’, chashama Gallery, New York, NY
2011 ‘Reiterate the Repeat’, Sheppard Gallery, University of Nevada, NV
        ‘Sea of SAMSARA’, Dalet Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
        ‘SAMSARA’, Earlville Opera House Arts Center, NY
2010 NARS Open Studios Visiting Artist, NARS Foundation, Brooklyn, NY
2008 ‘Two Person Show’, Gallery Oms, Fort Lee, NJ
2002 Duck-won Gallery, Seoul, Korea
1998 ‘Images of Beauty’, The Right Bank Gallery, New York
1998 Dada Gallery, Seoul, Korea
Selected Group Exhibitions
2018 ‘CONTEXT Art Miami Art Fair’, Miami, FL
         ‘Affordable Art Fair’, Hamburg, Germany
         ‘Fire in the Belly’, Burnette Gallery, Woodstock, NY
         ‘Spring Show 18’, Galleri Oxholm, Copenhagen, Denmark
2017 ‘Truth’, BRIC, Brooklyn, NY
          ‘On Belonging and The Void Between’, Gallery Aferro, Newark, NJ
          ‘Personal Tesserac’, Spring/Break Art Show, New York, NY
2016  ‘Rind’, Carrie Able Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
          ‘Beep International Painting Prize’, Elysium Gallery, Swansea Wales, UK 
          ‘Pin It Up’, The Drawing Rooms, Jersey City, NJ
          ‘Errand into The Maze’, Art House Productions, Jersey City, NJ
          ‘Beep International Painting Prize’, Elysium Gallery, Wrenxham Wales, UK      
          ‘On Site in 16 Cities’, Berlin Collective world tour exhibition, Berlin, Germany, Sydney, Australia
2015 ‘EXIT Cartografía de la Creatividad’, The Museo De Arte De Sinaloa (Sinaloa Art Museum), Sinaloa, Mexico.
          ‘Working Artist’, Academic Gallery, Long Island City, NY
          ‘Asian Art 40 Years: Contemporary Views’, QCC Gallery, The City University of New York, NY
2014 ‘Leaps into the Void: Shamanism, Meditation, Transcendence, Oblivion’, Garis & Hahn Gallery, New York, NY
          ‘The Draftsmen’s Congress’, The New Museum, New York, NY
2013 ‘ASlAP’, Dumbo Art Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
         ‘Unsteady Ground’, City without Walls, Newark, NJ
         ‘Breaking Open’, Blank Space, Oslo, Norway
2012 ‘GLAAD Art Auction’, Metropolitan Pavillion, New York, NY
          ‘DUMBO Arts Festival’, Brooklyn, NY
          ‘Subjective Objective’, Victory Arts Projects Art Center, City, NJ
          ‘Elements’, Art House Productions, Jersey City, NJ
          ‘Re-imagine Ourselves’, Yara’s Winter Festival of New Art, Ukrainian Institute, NY, NY
2011 ‘Residue’, Boston Center for the Arts, Boston, MA
         ‘PIN-IT-UP’, Mana Contemporary, Jersey City, NJ
         ‘DUMBO Arts Festival’, Brooklyn, NY (September)
         ‘Homage to Morandi: Essence of Art’, Brain Factory, Seoul, Korea
         ‘Art: Gwangju’, Kimdaejung Convention Center, Gwangju, Korea
2011 ‘Evolution of Power Movements’, The Stoop Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2010 ‘Private Eyes’, I Made an Art Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
         ‘Multiplied Within’, Able Fine Art NY Gallery, NYC
         ‘Made from Earth’, Jersey City Art Fair, Jersey City, NJ
         ‘Ecstatic’, Curious Matter Gallery, Jersey City, NJ
         ‘Fuzzy Logic’, Thompson Gallery, The Cambridge School of Weston, MA
         ‘Oddly Alive’, The Troy Art Center, Troy, NY
2009 ‘Subject to Change, Ox Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
         ‘The Post Party World’, Salon Ciel & Subdivision Art,Long Island City, NY
         ‘Fresh Asphalt’, Gallery Satori, NYC
         ‘Paintpresent’, Lexington Art League, Lexington, KY
         ‘The Sketchbook Project Tour’, Art House Gallery, Museum of Design Atlanta (Atlanta), 
          Museum of Contemporary Art DC (DC), Laconia Gallery (Boston), Antena Gallery, Chicago
          Art Source Gallery (Chicago), Soulard Art Market (St. Louis), 3rdWard (Brooklyn)
2008  ‘Pot Shots at Hot Shots’, 3rdRail Studio, New Rochelle, NY
           ‘Starting Small’, Lana Santorelli Gallery, NYC
2007  ‘New ‘07’ NurtureArt Ten Year Anniversary Exhibition,The Cue Art Foundation,NYC
2005 ‘The Square Foot Show’, Art Gotham, NYC
          ‘Benefit Art Auction for New Orleans, Chi Gallery, Brooklyn ,New York
2003 – 2000 ‘Brooklyn Express’, Injae Art Museum, Joenju University, Duck-won Gallery, Korea
2000 ‘Forest of Humans & Forest of Paintings’, Kwangju Biennale 2000, Kwangju,Korea
          ‘The 14thKorean Art Competition’, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea
1999 ‘Confluence of Cultures’, Gallery Korea, Pratt Manhattan Gallery, Shaffler
          Gallery, New York
1998 ‘Objects & Photo’, Eklektikos Gallery, Phoenix, Arizona
          ‘People Place Things’, Galleria Boricua, NYC
          ‘Version 21’, Tunnel, NYC
          ‘La Grande Salon’, Ridged Street Gallery, NYC
Art Fairs
2018  ‘CONTEXT Art Miami Art Fair’, Miami, FL
           ‘Affordable Art Fair’, Hamburg, Germany
2017  ‘Pulse Art Fair’, Art Basel Miami, FL
          ‘Spring Break Art Show, New York, NY
2014  ‘ART TORONTO International Art Fair’, Toronto, Canada
2010  ‘Governors Island Art Fair, New York, NY
           ‘Affordable Art Fair”, Montclair Museum, NJ
Artist Residency
2016  ‘Kunsthauset Messen’, Alvik, Norway
2014  ‘Art Kibbutz’, The New Museum, New York, NY
2013  ‘Vermont Studio Center’, Vermont, USA
Visiting Artist 
2015  St. Joseph’s University Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
2012  Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, PA
2011  University of Nevada, NV
Work Review: Juxtapoz Magazine, 2017
Interview: Wall Street International, 2017
Exhibition Review: Artefuse, NY, 2014
Exhibition Review: Arts Observer, NY 2012
Exhibition Review: The Jersey City Independent, 2012
Exhibition Review: The Boston Globe, MA, 2011
Exhibition Review: The Philadelphia Inquirer, PA, 2011
Exhibition Review: The Post Standard, Syracuse, NY, 2011
Exhibition Review:WMBC-TV, NY, 2010
Interview: The Korea Daily, NY, 2010
Interview: Weekly SpotlightArtist in Artlog, 2009.
Exhibition Review: The Korea Herald, Korea, 2002
Exhibition Review: The Washington Post, Washington DC, 1997

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Lien Truong

Lien Truong


Lien Truong – Works available on Artsy (link)


Lien Truong‘s art boldly investigates ideological models of our history and culture.  In her most recent works, she combines the Hudson River Valley School “western” landscape, gestural abstractions, cultural textile designs, and compositions from Asian war prints.  She mixes layers of images and departs from a standard visual experience.  Truong’s landscapes and figures, culled from the historic and recent past, present “narrative histories” through a type of blended painting.  Truong (MFA, Mills College) currently lives and works in North Carolina.  

Truong has exhibited her work at such institutions as the National Portrait Gallery, Washington DC; the Oakland Museum of California; the Weatherspoon Museum; the North Carolina Museum of Art; and the Pennsylvania Academy of Art.  She has participated in artist residencies at the Oakland Museum of California and the Marble House Project and has received reviews and mention in several publications including New American Paintings, ARTit Japan, and Art Asia Pacific.

2018 In(di)visible, Station Museum of Contemporary Art, Houston, TX; Cameron Museum of Art, Wilmington, NC
2017 Translatio Imperii, Gutterbox Gallery, Raleigh, NC
          Digiscapes, Curated by Anthony Hamilton, Lump, Raleigh, NC
          Art on Paper, Curated by Emily Stamey, Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC
          Objectifying Myself: Works by Women Artists from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, William Benton Museum of Art, Storrs, CT
          For Liberty and Justice for Some, Walter Maciel Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
          Shimmer, Light and Design Gallery, Chapel Hill, NC
2016 Seeping of a Ghost, Gallery Bastejs, Riga, Latvia (solo)
          Musings on an Origin, Spectre Arts, Durham, NC Typecast, Hillyer Art Space, Washington, DC
2015 Heterotopias as Other, Nha San Collective, Hanoi, Vietnam (solo)
2014 The Orient, The Occident, Galerie Quynh, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (solo)
          Summer Shuffle: Contemporary Art @ PAFA Remixed, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts
          The Mother Load, The Center for Creative Connections, Dallas Museum of Art, TX
2013 Contemporary Vietnamerican Art, Maier Museum of Art, Lynchburg, VAThe
          Linda Lee Alter Collection of Art by Women
, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, PA
2012 Alter/Altar: Meditations on the Past, The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation Art Center
          Collisions of Clamor and Calm, Galerie Quynh, HCMC, Vietnam
          Art HK 12, Hong Kong International Art Fair, with Galerie Quynh
2011 Bite Sized Monsters, Modern Eden, San Francisco, CA
2010 Twombly House/Ephemeral Museum, Portland, OR
         Outwin Boochever Portrait Exhibition, National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C
2009 Family Pictures, Root Division, San Francisco, CA
2008 In Transition Russia, Municipal Centre for Contemporary Art, Yekaterinburg
          National Centre for Contemporary Arts, Moscow, Russia
2007 House of Adoration, Galerie Quynh Contemporary Art, HCMC, Vietnam (solo)
         House of Adoration, Ryllega Experimental Art Gallery, Hanoi, Vietnam (solo)
         Small Works, Morris Graves Museum of Art, Eureka, CA
2006 Portrait of a Contemporary Family, First Street Gallery, Eureka, CA
           Portrait of a Family, Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA

           National Juried Exhibition, Marin Art Center, Marin, CA Juror: Rene de Guzman
          Small Works Invitational, Gallery Dog, Eureka, CA
          Out of Context, Huntington Beach Art Center, Huntington Beach, CA
          Face Paint, Bucheon Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2004 Monster Drawing Rally, Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA
          Supernatural, Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA
          Go West! Richmond Art Center, Richmond, CA
2003 Modern Day Fairy Tales, Oakland Museum of California, CA (installation)

Weatherspoon Art Museum
North Carolina Museum of Art
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, in the Linda Lee Alter Collection of Art by Women
Post Vidai, Vietnam
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Vietnam
Municipal Art Collection, City of Raleigh, NC
Humboldt State University

2016 North Carolina Artist Fellowship, North Carolina Arts Council
          Artist-in-Residence, The Marble House Project, Dorset, Vermont
2015 Jimmy and Judy Cox Asia Initiative Award, Carolina Asia Center
2009 Outwin Boochever Portrait Finalist, National Portrait Gallery, Washington DC
          Ingrid Nickelson Artist Trust Grant
2003 Artist-in-Residence, Sweeney Granite Mountains Research Center, University of California at Riverside, Kelso, CA
         Artist-in-Residence, Oakland Museum of California, Oakland CA
2000 Jack and Gertrude Murphy Fine Arts Fellowship, The San Francisco Foundation, San Francisco, CA

2017 Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC
2016 Mark Rothko International Art Center and Museum, Daugavpils, Latvia
          Lavtian Art Academy, Riga, Latvia
          Marble House Project, Dorset, VT
2015 Ackland Museum of Art, NC
          Nha San Art Collective, Hanoi, Vietnam
2007 Morris Graves Museum of Art, Eureka, CA
          Galerie Quynh, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam                    
2004 Huntington Beach Art Center, Huntington Beach, CA
2004 Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA
2003 Oakland Museum of California, Oakland, CA

2018             Glentzer, Molly, “…and still we banter with the Devil by Lien Truong,” The Houston Chronicle, March 21, 2018    
2017             Dunne, Susan, “Women Create Art Reflecting Their Lives, Thoughts In Benton Exhibit,” Hartford Courant, April 8, 2017
2016             Vitiello, Chris, “The Most Essential Local Art of 2016 Punched Back at a Disgraceful Year,” Indyweek, December 28, 2016
                     Stamey, Emily. New American Paintings. Issue 124. Boston, MA: The Open Studios Press, June/July, 2016
2014             Luong, Ruben. “Ho Chi Minh City,” Art Asia Pacific. Art Asia Pacific Publishing LLC, July/August 2014
                     Bernstein, Roselyn. “Between Underground and Above,” Guernica/magazine of art and politics,
2012            Cozzolino, Robert, Editor “The Female Gaze, The Linda Lee Alter Collection of Art by Women” Pennsylvania Academy Fine Arts                                                                
2010            Buckner, Clark with Introduction by Helfand, Glen.  “A Year and a Half of Art in San Francisco,” Mission 17 Gallery
                     San Francisco, CA: M17 Books Publishing, 2010
2009             “Outwin Boochever Portrait Exhibition,” National Portrait Gallery Catalog, Smithsonian, Washington DC
2007            Uda, Motoko, “Lien Truong,” ARTit Japan’s Bilingual Art Quarterly, Issue 16, 2007
2005            “Out of Context,” The Huntington Beach Art Center Exhibition Catalogue, CA, 2005
2004            Ellegood,Anne. New American Paintings. Issue 49. Boston, MA: The Open Studios Press, January, 2004
                     Bing, Alison. “Portrait of a Contemporary Family,” The San Francisco Chronicle,, March 26, 2004
                     Buckner, Clark. “Portraits of a Family,” Critics Choice Review, The San Francisco Bay Guardian. San Francisco, CA, March 17

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Per Adolfsen

Per Adolfsen


Per Adolfsen – Works available on Artsy (link)


Per Adolfsen lives and works in Odense, Denmark, where he was born in 1964.  

Select Solo Exhibitions  

2018       “The Ribbons That Tie Us”, 532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel, New York

2013       ”Goodbye Blue sky”,  Schuebbe Projects , Düsseldorf

2011       ”The Imaginary Eden of Mr. Adolfsen”, Art Labor Gallery, Shanghai

2011       ”Lifewire”, Schuebbe Projects, Düsseldorf

2010       ”The world is floating”, 532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel, Chelsea, New York

Select Group Exhibitions

2018.       “Ten Years After” 532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel , New York

2017        “Ecco Homo Ecco Homo”  St Canscius Kirche Berlin, Curated by A. Ochs,  Berlin

2016         Frederikshavn Kunstmuseum, “Another Land” Frederikshavn

2016         “50×50” Kastrupgaardsamlingen, Copenhagen

2016         Galleri Kirk,Groupshow , Eske Kath,Kasper Eistrup,Mie Olise Kjærgaard , Ålborg

2016          Art Labor Gallery,, artists of the gallery , Shanghai

2015.        Kunsthal Nord, Selection of works from Ålborg Kommune collection, Ålborg

2015        “Menneske”,with Svend Engelund, Agnete Bjerre, Kirsa Andreasen Birgitte

Støvring, Kristan Devantier, Camilla Thorup, Kunstbygningen Vrå (October, 2015)

2015        ”Drei Räume, drei Künstler”, with Miriam Vlaming og  Lu Song, Alexander Ochs Private, Berlin

2014        Dialogues with the collection” Kunstbygningen i Vrå, Engelund Samlingen

2014        ”Fatal”, with.Tanja Selzer, Nandor Anstenberger, Miriam Vlaming,

Kunsthaus Bethanien (Curated by Art Historian Heike Fuhlbrügge) Berlin

2013         ”Thank God I`m Pretty”, with Frederik Foert, Andreas Amrhein , Vanessa von

Heydebreck, Alexander Ochs Galleries, Berlin

2013         ”Septemberudstillingen”, Fanø Kunstmuseum

2013         ”Medley”, Udstilling Focus on drawing with Franz Burkhardt, Christian Schoeler

Yokako Ando, Piot Brehmer, Schüebbe Projects, Düsseldorf

2012         ”Springshow”, 532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel, Chelsea, New York

2012         ”Landscapes”,  Schuebbe Projects, Düsseldorf

2011         ”High Five” with Lu Yang, Douglas Coupland, Eric Leleu, Ren Zhitian, Art Labor

Gallery, Shanghai

2011          “Ode on Melancholy” with Tom Anholt, Marco Reichert , Marcy Brafman, Janine

Bean Gallery, Berlin

2010         ”Second Impressions”, Art Labor Gallery, Shanghai

Review ”Berliner Zeitung” 2013

Review ”Art Info” Berlin 2013, by Alexander Forbes

Kunst i øjet, DK4, 2011 (Danish television –artist portrait)

Portrait/article ”Glasschord art and Culture Magazine New York” 2011

Review  ”Randian online magazine”, China 2011, by Jennifer Hall

Portrait on Danmarks Radio P1, 2010

Review ”Art Magazine M, The New York Art World” 2010, M. Brendon Macinnis

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Bernard Ammerer

bernard ammerer

Interface, 2015, oil on canvas, 180 x 180 cm


Ammerer’s pointed and ironic titles often hint at the somber thread of disaffection that ties his works together. Interface—a six-foot-square canvas depicting a constellation of nondescript young men in jeans and t-shirts frozen mid-leap in a white void—is most notable for the palpable lack of physical and psychological interaction among its inhabitants. Fulfillment Problem—that bland euphemism from the realm of online commerce that so often signifies corporate ineptitude and consumer frustration—is paired with the image of a cloudy yellowish sky overrun with a chaotic, maze-like swarm of identical running figures lifted from a Children At Play traffic safety sign. The infantile and perpetually unsatisfying urge toward instant gratification that’s satirized here is subtly underscored by Boyhood, which presents the sad and wistful disembodied head of a child floating alone in a dark, nebulous space. It’s the only place in these works where an actual face can be seen, and its stark difference from the other canvasses hints at an irrevocable loss of naive serenity that no hoard of shiny toys, transient pleasures, or wanderlust can amend. The moral—for Ammerer’s oblivious protagonists as well as us—is perhaps best embodied in Home, with its ghostly white house at the end of a blank path in a barren field: far too often, our ill-considered quests away from ourselves in pursuit of the Next Perfect Thing leave us alone and exhausted before a hollow apparition.


Bernard Ammerer (1978) lives and works in Vienna. He graduated University für angewandte Kunst, Wien in 2010 and is the recipient of the Strabag Art Award.  Recent exhibitions include “Vorher Nachher” Galerie Frey Wien (solo), Dagong Art Museum, Qingdao (group), “Subjects” Galerie Drees, Hannover, (group) “A Better Place” Galerie Frey, Salzburg (solo), “You Choose” Berlin Art Projects, Berlin(group).


2003-2010 Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien bei Johanna Kandl und Wolfgang Herzig
2004    Teilnahme an der Sommerakademie für Bildende Kunst in Salzburg bei Xenia Hausner
2001     Abschluss des Studiums der Rechtswissenschaften

 Exhibitions (select) / Ausstellungen (Auswahl):

2017    “Hi(ghly) Unreal“ Galerie Frey, Wien (solo)
2016    “Interface“ 532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel, New York (solo)
2015    DAGONG Art Museum, Qingdao, China (group)
“Figur,Struktur. STRABAG Artcollection“, RLB Kunstbrücke, Tirol (group)
2014    “Figuration zwischen Traum und Wirklichkeit“,  Museum Angerlehner, Wels (group)
“Subjekt“, Galerie Robert Drees, Hannover (group)
“vorher nachher“ Galerie Frey, Wien (solo)
2013    “A better Place”, Galerie Frey, Salzburg (solo)
“Pulse Miami art fair”, Solopräsentation
2012    “State of Mind”, Galerie Frey, Wien (solo)
“ABC”, Stadtgalerie Ternitz (group)
“Preview”, Galerie Frey, Salzburg (group)
2011    “You choose”, Berlin Art Projects, Berlin (solo)
2010    “The Essence”, Künstlerhaus, Wien (group)  Diplomausstellung Universität für angewandte Kunst
2009    “Exit strategies”, Galerie Frey, Wien (solo)
First Danube Biannale, Meulensteen Art Museum, Bratislava, Slowakei (group)
2008    “7 parallel 7”, Artexpo, Museum für zeitgenössische Kunst, Bukarest (group)
“6 X 3”, Galerie Frey, Wien (group)
“The Essence”, Museum für angewandte Kunst Wien (group)
2007    “RED”, Galerie Frey, Wien (group)
Preisträgerausstellung Strabag Art Award, Strabag Kunstforum, Wien (group)
Qingdao Art Museum, Qingdao, China (group)
“move”, Strabag Kunstforum, Wien (solo)
2006    “The Essence”, Museum für angewandte Kunst Wien (group)
“Two Perspectives”, Galerie Frey, Wien (sol0)
“REAL”, Kunsthalle Krems (group)
2005    “New Perspectives”, Galerie Frey, Wien (group)
“Frisch gestrichen”, Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien (group)
“Malstrom”, Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien (group)
“Alle reden vom Wetter”, Hotel Kunsthof, Wien (group)
2004    Stadtgalerie Vienna (group)

Awards/ Auszeichnungen:  Preisträger Strabag Art Award

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