A Group Show
Opening January 8th, 2011 6:30-9:30 PM
Gia Coppola, Alex Da Corte, Dylan Lynch, Anthony Ausgang, Isaac Brest, Jack Greer, Kevin Heyes, Louis Eisner, Brendan Lynch, Zach Susskind, Grear Patterson, Arien Valizadeh, Jane Mosley, Nick Darmstaedter, Larry Clark, Alex Peiweiler, and Lucien Smith.
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Nick Darmstaedter, Tall Green and Handsome, 4.5' x 12.5', 2011
Born June 9th, 1988 in Los Angeles, California. Nicholas now moves between NYC and LA.
- Sliced (curated by Nick Darmstaedter and Louis Eisner) @ Frank Pictures Santa Monica, CA (2005)
- Look Mom No Hands @ Seven-Eleven Gallery Manhattan, NY (2008)
Still House @ Rental Gallery Manhattan, NY (2009)
-The Beast In Me @ Bowman / Bloom Gallery Manhattan, NY (2009)
Worth (curated by Alex Perweiler and Isaac Brest) @ 34 Elisibeth St Manhattan, NY(2010)
While it Lasts @ 40 Worth St, Manhattan, NY (2010)
Louis Eisner, Waterlillies (Charles Knight Brontosaurus), 60" x 40", 2011
Born July 31, 1988 in Los Angeles, California. Louis is currently living in Manhattan, New York. BA from Columbia University, 2010.
Sliced (curated by Nick Darmstaedter and Louis Eisner) @ Frank Pictures (2005)
Look Mom No Hands @ Seven-Eleven Gallery (2008)
Now What (curated by Jack Greer and Alex Olsen) @ Quicksilver Soho (2009)
Still House @ Rental Gallery (2009)
Worth (curated by Alex Perweiler and Isaac Brest) (2010)
Cullection (curated by Evan Robarts) (2010)
While it Lasts (2010)
Dylan Lynch, Gettin' Buff, 2011
Dylan Lynch, Untitled bathroom, 2009 dimensions variable gold lense sticker
Currently living in New York City working on his Bachelor of Arts, Culture and Media Studies degree @ The New School.
2010 - WHILE IT LASTS, Still House Studio, New York, NY
Worth, Elizabeth Street Gallery, New York, NY
Think Pink, Gavlak Gallery, Palm Beach, FL 2009
- Still House Presents… Rental Gallery, New York, NY 2008
- Look Mom No Hands, 7ELEVEN Gallery, New York, NY
COMMISSIONS: 2010 Think Pink, Gavlak Gallery, Palm Beach, FL
PRESS: Vice Magazine, Interview Magazine, Palm Beach Daily News, Art Slant, Elizabeth Hoadley.
Gia Coppola, Photographic Triptych, Triptych of Nathalie, 16.5" x 19", 1 of 1, 2011
Gia Copploa, photographic Triptych, 2011
Born on January 1, 1987, graduated from Bard College in May 2009 with a major in photography. Since then, she has driven from NY to LA, gone to bar-tending school, and moved into an apartment near Fairfax. She's also been working on various film and photography related projects of her own.
-IGNATZ (Senior thesis) Woods gallery, Bard college (2009)
-No Name (group show) 8432 Melrose pl. (2009)
Kevin Hayes, Let't Take it Back to 79', 11" x 14", 1 of 1, 2011
Born and raised in Beverly Hills. took a photo class in high school and attempted to attend the Academy of Art in San Francisco, but dropped out after two weeks. His interests are women, family, music and the mundane.
-edition one hundred - curated by Cat Jimenez LA USA 2010
-LA art in number5-LA USA 2010
-thong song - Taylor Johnson SD USA 2010 B
ooks: -mickey deez 2009
Press: Beautiful Decay, Fecal Face
"Completed he became, and his appearance tore up the darkness" 24 ft. x 9 ft. Sumi-ink on paper 2010, Arien Valizadeh
Born in 1984 in Los Angeles, CA. Arian lives and works in Los Angeles, CA. BFA, Otis College of Art and Design,s Angeles, 2010
2010 Suicide Bombers in Love, RVCA Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Furious Sons, Light Gallery, Costa Mesa, CA
RAN: Home, Center of Contemporary Art in Seattle, Portland, OR
Business As Usual, Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, CA
ARTBOX, BOXeight Studios, Los Angeles, CA
Nothing Et. Al, Thomas P. Kelly Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Megasexuals, Bolsky Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Little Independent Party, BOXeight Studios, Los Angeles, CA
Iranian Arts Scholarship Benefit Gala, Hotel Sofitel, Redwood City, CA
Weaving the Common Thread: Perspectives from Iranian Artists, Queens Museum of Art, New York, NY
Axis of Art & Culture, Gallery One, San Francisco, CA
The Seed Project, Rare Gallery, New York, NY
Group Show, Space Gallery, San Francisco, CA
I AM 8-BIT 2.0, Gallery 1988, Los Angeles, CA
Paper Pushers, Gallery 1988, Los Angeles, CA
Ice Cream Show, NRKY Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
PUBLICATIONS Nazarian, Angela, "Suicide Bombers in Love
- An Exhibit that Looks Eastward and Westward, to the Past and Present", Huffington Post, April 23, 2010
Sharma, Betwa, "Suicide Bombers in Love", Daily Beast, May 10, 2010
Nazarian, Angela, Life As A Visitor, September 1, 2009
Penny-Ante Book #2, June 1, 2007
Alex Da Corte
Alex Da Corte, Casual Luxury, plaster, enamel, rubber, silk flowers, pins, wax, 31" x 11" x 12"
2010 MFA, Yale University, New Haven, CT
2004 BFA in Printmaking/Fine Arts, The University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA
2001 Film/Animation and Fine Arts, School of Visual Arts, New York City, NY
1999 Camden County College, Blackwood, NJ
1998 Barnstone Studios, Copley, PA
ICA Open Video Call Exhibition, Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA
Bikini Factory Residency, Mykonos, Greece
The Island Beautiful/Mortal Mirror, Bodega/Extra Extra Galleries, Philadelphia, PA
SubStainability, Texas State University Gallery, San Marcos, TX
NEW SKIN FOR THE OLD CEREMONY, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA
Tri-State Show, Jolie Laide Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Désirs Archaiques, Galerie Olivier Robert, Paris, France
Streeple, Kunstrum Richard Sorge, Berlin, Germany
WHILE IT LASTS, StillHouse Group, New York, NY
Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time, Or Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
BYTS, Bosch Young Talent Show, Den Bosch, Netherlands
LAND - The Secret Knows, Austin, TX and Los Angeles, CA
Cellar Door: Front Room Series, Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, MO
Portugal Arte 10, Lisbon, Portugal
Christmas in July, Yvon Lambert, New York, NY
The Kind of Dog that Keeps You Waiting, Yale Gallery, New Haven, CT
Rich Text, Fleisher/Ollman Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Between Spaces, PS1 Moma, New York, NY
Casual Luxury, La Montagne Gallery, Boston, MA
Activity #91, Golden Age, Chicago, IL
I Want A Little Sugar In My Bowl, Asia Song Society, New York, NY
Penned, Artscape 2008, Baltimore, MD
Love Explosion, Fleisher/Ollman Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
2000 Years of Sculpture, Fleisher/Ollman Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
I Think About You All Of The Time, Parisian Laundry, Montreal, QC
I Attach Myself To You, Stonefox Artspace, New York, NY
East Coast/West Coast, Pageant Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
L’Autre, Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Faux Naturel, Foreman Art Gallery, Sherbrooke, QC
This Is This, The Institute Of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA
Travel Show, University Of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Faux Naturel, The Warehouse Gallery, Syracuse, NY
Drawing Show, Seraphin Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Vernacular Spectacular, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Help Yourself to Roses, Space 1026, Philadelphia, PA
Welcome Your Sorrows, Black Floor Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Smith College, Northampton, MA
Nexus Selects, Nexus Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
The Death of All Things Beautiful, University of the Arts-Window on Broad street, Philadelphia, PA
Turning Pages, Whittier College, Wardman Library, Whittier, CA
Eulogy, The Padlock Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Clark & Colin, The Padlock Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Red, Gallery One, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA
Awards and Publications
Bollen, Christopher, “Alex Da Corte,” Interview magazine
V Magazine, The Sexy Body Issue No. 66, Fall Preview 2010, Works in Progress
Possible Press, Vol 1 Issue 2, September 1, 2010
Abacadabra! K48 Magazine, Issue 8
Big Brother, Fanzine by William Pym & Alex Da Corte, Golden Age, Chicago
Foumberg, Jason, “Eye Exam: A Grolsch in my G-String”, New City Art, Chicago
McKinniss, Sam, Review, Big Red and Shiny, Issue 111, July 26
Garza, Evan J., Review, Art Papers, September/October
Gerstein, Julie, Dazed & Confused
Edith Newhall, "One, two, many." Philadelphia Inquirer, May 2
Brau, Seth, Cool Hunting, www.coolhunting.com, June 2, 2008
Redfern, Christine, “Pick up Artist,” Montreal Mirror, Vol. 23 Number 33
Newhall, Edith, “One, two, many,” Philadelphia Inquirer, April 18, 2008
Swindle Magazine, Issue No. 9
Gerstein, Julie, “Alex Da Corte: This is This,” Philadelphia Weekly, Februaray 28, 2007
Cowan, Marcus, Nothing Magazine, www.nothingmag.com, Issue No. 20
Vaughan, R.M., “Faux Naturel,” Canadian Art, September 15, 2007
Stern, Steven, “Liberal Arts,” New York Times, T Style Magazine: Travel, November 19, 2006
2004 Anthem Magazine, Issue No. 14, FA 04
Ted Carey Award
Philth Magazine, www.philthmagazine.com
Graham, David, Declaring Independence, p.55
2003 Eisman Travel Scholarship
Beautiful Decay, Issue E, p.42-43
Bikini Factory Residency, Mykonos, Greece
Fabric Workshop & Museum Apprenticeship, Philadelphia, PA
University Of The Arts Residency Program, Philadelphia, PA
Smith College Artist In Residence Program, Northampton, MA
The West Collection
Don't Worry, It's Gold, gold palated steel, water, controlled drip, 2011
born 1987 Los Angeles, CA. Graduated class of '09 with a BFA in Film at NYU's Tisch School of The Arts. Co-Founder of New York Based Art Collective The Still House Group. Works primarily in Photography, Cinematography and Fine Art.
August 2008 - 7Eleven Gallery Presents Still House (New York)
July 2009 - Now What (curated by Jack Greer and Alex Olson) at Openhouse Gallery (New York)
December 2009 - The Still House Group presents... at Rental Gallery (New York)
March 2010 - Think Pink (curated by Beth Dewoody) at Gavlak Gallery (West Palm Beach, FL)
July 2010 - Worth @ 211 Elizabeth St (New York)
October 2010 - While it Lasts @ 40 Worth St (New York)
Interview Magazine: The New New York Art Scene by Alex Gartenfeld (08)
Modern Painters: New Age by Sarah Douglas (Dec 09)
Jane Moseley, Dork, wax, hair, exordable foam, chicken wire, 8ft. 5" x 24", 2011
Born and raised in Los Angeles, California. Moseley graduated from Bard College in 2009 with a BA in Studio Arts. She is currently living in Manhattan, where she does really well.
- Theurgy- curated by Sage Grazer and Carly Mark, NY USA
- Worth - curated by Isaac Brest & Alex Perweilier, NY USA
- Cuhllection - curated by Evan Robarts, NY USA
- While it Lasts - curated by Isaac Brest & Alex Perweilier, NY USA
- Old York Road - curated by Hash Halper & Alfredo Martinez, NY USA
bullet magazine,wooooo magazine, jalouse, top magazine
Brendan Lynch, Pinger Fenis, joine compound and paint, 2011
Brendan Lynch, Untitled, 2009 Dimensions variable Tie-Dyed canvas, artist’s mixed media
School of Visual Arts, BFA 2009
2010, It Ain't Fair, OHWOW, Miami, FL
2010, Press Release, Martos gallery, New York, NY
2010, While it Lasts, Still House studio, New york, NY
2010, Volume, AT1 projects, Los Angeles, CA Curated by Andrea Neustein
2010, Worth, 211 Elizabeth St. , New York, Ny
2010, Objects that love you back, 211 Elizabeth St. , New york,NY
2009, Still House, Rental Gallery, New York, NY
2009, The Open, Deitch Projects, Long Island City, NY
2009, MIXTAPE, Visual Arts Gallery, New York, NY
2009, New Deal, Art Production Fund, New York, NY Curated by Matthew Moreveck and Kyle Thurman
2008, Here Goes Nothing, The National Arts Club, New York, NY
Lucien Smith, sculpture 101, 29" x 25"
Lucien Smith Born 1989 Los Angeles, Studying for BFA at Cooper Union, New York. He currently lives and works in New York City. Lucien Smith is a painter and sculptor experimenting with the results of amalgamating various art genres, concepts, and techniques in his work. The incorporation of ready-made materials and use of collage references Dadaist doctrine; the impasto layering of oils on canvas, with the inclusion of molding paste and detritus, flirts with Matter Painting, as his non-representational renderings nod to the Art Informel or Tachisme movements of the 40s and 50s. With a concentration on process, Smith investigates the outcome of allowing his ideas to develop slowly, cultivating the dialogue created between concept and physicality/thought and object.
Alex Perweiler, subtracted shape, sanded c-print, 30" x 40", 2011
Alex Perweiler Born 1986 in New York, New York. Grew up in New Jersey. Attended Parsons School of Design.
-Finger Paint - The Dia Foundation - NYC USA
-The Still House Group - 711 Gallery - NYC USA
-Now What - Curated by Jack Greer & Alex Olson - NYC USA
-Rental Gallery Presents The Still House Group - Rental Gallery, NYC USA
-Photo Box - JCIA Gallery - NYC USA
-Worth - Curated by Isaac Brest & Alex Perweiler, NYC USA
-Cuhllection - Curated by Evan Robarts - NYC USA
-While It Lasts - NYC USA
Save the Pelicans - The Wooley - NYC USA
Anthony Ausgang, swasti cat, 30" diameter, 2011.
Anthony Ausgang was born in Trinidad and Tobago in 1959 to a Dutch mother and Welsh father. The family moved to Houston Texas in the early 1960s, a particularly difficult time for an immigrant family to parse American culture. Nevertheless, Ausgang’s father made brave attempts to assimilate by attending custom car shows and demolition derbies. Ausgang eventually encountered Ed Roth and before long had a shoebox full of Rat Finks, a small plastic figurine of a noxious rodent that had somehow become the embodiment of Hot Rod and Custom Car Culture. Ausgang’s mother continued the European traditions by dragging her son to endless operas, symphonies and art museums. This combination of High Art and Low Art was to prove fertile cultural mulch for Ausgang’s artistic inclinations. After a short stint studying art at The University Of Texas in Austin, Ausgang succumbed to the myth of California and moved to Los Angeles where he began classes at The Otis Art Institute. Disappointed to find out that the curriculum there didn’t include target practice, admiring cars or watching surf films, Ausgang dropped out to start showing his artwork to as many galleries as would tolerate his frequent visits. Finally accepted by the infamous Zero One Gallery, a combination of after hours nightclub, gallery and crash pad, he had his first official sale, to a drug dealer. At his solo show later that year Ausgang sold to a more diverse and socially acceptable crew as collectors and critics began to take notice. At the Zero One Ausgang met Robert Williams, who had been one of the main forces at Roth Studios in the 1960’s and at this time was the most successful practitioner of the type of art that would later be called Low Brow. As the “official” artworld began to accept Ausgang’s work so did the commercial artworld and he began making record covers and posters and working as a consultant on computer generated animation. In 1993 Ausgang was included in the Laguna Beach Art Museum’s seminal exhibit “Kustom Kulture” which investigated art influenced by gearhead car culture. In 2003 Ausgang’s paintings could be seen in Morning Wood, a primer of Post Graf art; in 2004 his work graced the pages of contemporary art survey Pop Surrealism and in 2005 Weirdo Deluxe explained his art to the unenlightened. In 2008, Ausgang’s automobile inspired paintings were included in Les Baranay’s Carnivora. In 2010 the rock band MGMT commissioned Ausgang to do the artwork for the cover of their album “Congratulations”. Ausgang draws influence from as many outside channels as possible, preferring the toy contents of grocery store gumball machines over the latest exhibit at the Whitney. Opinionated but informed, he is able to see the beauty in both a Rembrandt and a rat rod. This variety of interest has led him to design his artwork on the computer but complete it on the easel, the perfect combination of new technology and traditional media. Ausgang now shows regularly in Los Angeles, New York City, Amsterdam and Hamburg. Commercial clients include the Boredoms (Warner) in Japan and Apollo 440 (Sony) in England. Collectors include Nicholas Cage, David Arquette and Perry Farrell.
2009 “ABSTRACT FABLES”, COPRO GALLERY, L.A., CA.
2008 LIMITED ADDICTION GALLERY, DENVER, COLORADO
2007 “ILL MORPHOLOGY”, COPRO NASON GALLERY, L.A., CA.
2006 “POWER PATHOS”, STATION MUSEUM, HOUSTON, TEXAS
“THE CHESHIRE NIHILIST”, FUSE GALLERY, NEW YORK CITY.
2005 “SPLAT!”, COPRONASON GALLERY, SANTA MONICA, CA.
2004 GALERIE RUDOLFV, AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS
“DOUBLE TROUBLE”, COPRO NASON GALLERY, L.A., CA.
2003 GALERIE RUDOLFV, AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS
2002 “ANTHONY AUSGANG PAINTINGS”, ROQ LA RUE, SEATTLE, WA.
2000 “CATSCAPES”, KANTOR GALLERY, BEVERLY HILLS, CA.
1999 “WHY WALK WHEN YOU CAN DRIVE?”, C POP GALLERY, DETROIT, MI.
1998 “AUTOBIOPSY”, MERRY KARNOWSKY GALLERY, LA., CA.
1998 “THE ATM SHOW”, MAX FISH, NEW YORK CITY, N.Y.
1996 “CAR PHONE SEX IN THE FAST LANE”, ZERO ONE, LA, CA.
1995 “AUSGANG”, BESS CUTLER GALLERY, NEW YORK CITY, N.Y.
1994 “THE MAD DASH”, SYSTEM M GALLERY, LONG BEACH, CA.
1993 “LOONEY VIRTUES”, JULIE RICO GALLERY, SANTA MONICA, CA.
1992 “NINTH LIFE”, BESS CUTLER GALLERY, SANTA MONICA, CA.
1991 “ MANIC ACTION”, ZERO ONE GALLERY, HOLLYWOOD, CA.
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS:
“FANTISILANDIA”, ANTONIO COLOMBO GALLERY, MILAN, ITALY
“REPEAT OFFENDERS”, C.A.V.E GALLERY, VENICE, CA.
“MOVERS AND SHAKERS”, POVEVEOLVING GALLERY, L.A., CA.
“THE PANALISTS”, PRAVUS GALLERY, PHOENIX, ARIZONA
“BRAD BENEDICT’S SIDESHOW”, ROBERT BERMAN GALLERY, L.A., CA.
“ANNIVERSARY SHOW”, LIMITED ADDICTION GALLERY, DENVER, CO.
“CARNIVORA”. CPOP GALLERY, DETROIT, MICHIGAN
“IN THE LAND OF RETINAL DELIGHTS: THE JUXTAPOZ FACTOR”, LAGUNA ART MUSEUM. LAGUNA BEACH, CALIFORNIA
“I AM 8 – BIT”, GALLERY 1988. LOS ANGELES, CA.
“ELEVATION”, LIMITED ADDICTION, DENVER, COLORADO
“LITERARTISTRY”, COREY HELFORD GALLERY, L.A., CA.
“BEYOND THE CEL”, MESA ART CENTER, MESA. ARIZONA
“DON’T WAKE DADDY”, GALERIE FEINKUNST KRUGER, HAMBURG, GERMANY
“JUXTAPOZ”, OX-OP, MINNEAPOLIS, MN.
“PICK OF THE HARVEST”, THINKSPACE GALLERY, L.A., CA.
“THE VIVISECT PLAYSET”, GALLERY 1988, L.A., CA.
“POP PLURALISM”, JONATHAN LEVINE GALLERY, N.Y., N.Y.
“SURREAL POPULISM”, THE SHOOTING GALLERY, S.F., CA.
“A DECADE OF ART”, KANTOR GALLERY, L.A., CA.
“MONSTERS OF LOWBROW”, LOCASTRO GALLERY, MIAMI, FL.
“IN-A-GADDA-DA-VIDA, BABY”, WESTERN PROJECT, L.A., CA.
“MODERN LOVE”, MMODERN GALLERY, PALM SPRINGS, CA.
“`TOKYO MONSTER SHOW”, SHOOTING GALLERY, S.F., CA
“ED ROTH TRIBUTE SHOW”, COPRO/NASON GALLERY, L.A., CA.
“BUILT FOR SPEED”, TH’INK TANK GALLERY, DENVER, CO.
“THE SEX SHOW”, THE SHOOTING GALLERY, S.F., CA.
“SCI-FI WESTERN ART”, 111 MINNA, S.F., CA.
“HOT RODS AND HOT BODS”, GALLERY BINK, PORTLAND, OR.
“A THOUSAND CLOWNS”, ROBERT BERMAN GALLERY, L.A., CA.
“JUXTAPOZ MAGAZINE ANNIVERSARY SHOW”, TRACK 16 GALLERY, SANTA MONICA, CA.
“NEW AMERICAN POP”, MONDO BIZARRO GALLERY, BOLOGNA, ITALY
“NUE•ROTICA”, HOLLY MATTERS GALLERY, LA, CA
“CONVERTED: THE ART OF THE AUTOMOBILE”, SANGRE DE CRISTO ARTS CENTER, PUEBLO, COLORADO
“ART PARTS ”, MONDO BIZARRO GALLERY, BOLOGNA, ITALY
“LOWBROW ART: UP FROM THE UNDERGROUND”, ART AND CULTURE CENTER, HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA
“SUGAR, SPARKLED AND SICKLY SWEET”, FORBIDDEN GALLERY, DALLAS, TEXAS
“THE TIKI SHOW”, HUNTINGTON BEACH ART CENTER, L.A., CA.
“POP SURREALISM”, MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART, WASHINGTON DC
“A BUNCH OF PUSSIES”, NILS KANTOR GALLERY, L.A., CA.
“VEHICLES TRANSCENDING THE MILLENIUM”, GALLERY 825, LA, CA
“CALIVERA KUSTOM”, MERRY KARNOWSKY GALLERY, L.A., CA.
“LORDS OF LOWBROW”, OZONE GALLERY, N.Y.C., N.Y.
“VON DUTCH TRIBUTE”, LA LUZ DE JESUS GALLERY, L.A., CA.
“THE TIKI SHOW”, LA LUZ DE JESUS GALLERY, L.A.,CA.
“GROUP SHOW”, MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART, WASHINGTON, DC
“POP CULT PRODUCTS”, BESS CUTLER GALLERY, N.Y.C., N.Y.
“LAX/94, THE LOS ANGELES EXHIBITION”, LOS ANGELES MUNICIPAL ART GALLERY, L.A., CA.
“KUSTOM KULTURE”, C.O.C.A., SEATTLE, WA.
“BRAD BENEDICT’S SIDE SHOW”, TAMARA BANE GALLERY, LA,
“BEST OF THE WEST”, ZERO ONE GALLERY. HOLLYWOOD, CA.
“KUSTOM KULTURE”, LAGUNA MUSEUM, LAGUNA BEACH, CA
“GRAF/X, FINE ARTS FROM THE UNDERGROUND”, BESS CUTLER GALLERY, NEW YORK CITY, N.Y.
“THE CONTEMPORARY PSYCHEDELIC EXPERIENCE”, CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY, ORANGE, CA.
1992 “EAST MEETS WEST”, SPEEDWAY GALLERY, BOSTON, MA.
“I THOUGHT CALIFORNIA WOULD BE DIFFERENT”, LAGUNA ART ART MUSEUM, LAGUNA BEACH, CA.
ART IN THE COLLECTIONS OF:
THE ESTATE OF TIMOTHY LEARY
THE ESTATE OF FAUSTO VITELLO
ALL GOOD THINGS (JAPAN)
APOLLO 440 (SONY MUSIC U.K.)
BOREDOMS (WARNER MUSIC JAPAN)
COLUMBIA/SONY MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT INC. (USA)
CRANK 2 0
DAVID LEE ROTH
HIGH SPEED PRODUCTIONS
SYMPATHY FOR THE RECORD INDUSTRY
THE BIG PIXEL (USA)
THE WOODSTOCK FESTIVAL
TOWER RECORDS INC. (USA)
SELECTED PUBLISHED WORK:
AMATULLO, MARIANA. THE CHILD WITHIN, INNOCENCE AND ANXIETY IN
CONTEMPORARY ART, EXHIBITION CATALOGUE, 1999
ANDERSON, KIRSTEN. POP SURREALISM, IGNITION/ LAST GASP, 2004
BRESLIN, SUSANNAH. “AUSGANG BANG”, DETOUR, 13TH ANNIVERSARY ISSUE,
BUICK, SUNNY. SCI-FI WESTERN, LAST GASP, 2003
CHODOSH, DAVID. RAT FINK’S REVENGE, TORNADO DESIGN, 2006
COLBURN, BOLTON. KUSTOM KULTURE, LAST GASP, 1993
DELIO, MICHELE. LOONY TUNES AND OTHER MYSTERIOUS MELODIES”, ART
ALTERNATIVES, VOL.2, ISSUE 4, 1994
FOX, ORIANA. LA ARTLAND, CONTEMPORARY ART FROM LOS ANGELES,
BLACK DOG PUBLISHING, 2005
GASTMAN, ROGER. MORNING WOOD, GINGKO PRESS, 2003
HOWARD, JUSTICE. “ANTHONY AUSGANG”, CARBON 14, #18, 2000
JORDAN, MATT DUKES. WEIRDO DELUXE, CHRONICLE BOOKS, 2005
KORTEN, NOEL. LAX/94, THE DIRECTORS OF LAX, 1994
KERR, LEAH, DRIVING ME WILD, RESEARCH/JUNO BOOKS, 2000
KRAEMER, OLAF. “CAR CRAZY”, DISCOVERY MAGAZINE, CATHAY PACIFIC
AIRLINES, JULY 1995
LACROIX, JOHN. “ANTHONY AUSGANG”, WHILE YOU WERE SLEEPING, #18,
MARCO, ANNA. “ONE KOOL KAT: ANTHONY AUSGANG”, CAR CULTURE DELUXE,
VOL. 1, NO. 2, 2005
McINTOSH, MARTIN. TABOO: THE ART OF TIKI, OUTRE GALLERY PRESS
McCORMICK, CARLO. “OPEN SPACE AT HIGH VELOCITY”, JUXTAPOZ, #45,
McKENNA, KRISTINE. “TOONS IN TRASH”, LA TIMES, APRIL 26, 1991
MIKULAN, STEVEN. “ANTHONY AUSGANG’S WILD KINGDOM”, JUXTAPOZ
EROTICA, #6, 1999
NASH. “ AUSGANG: ARTIST AND HOTROD”, CAL MAGAZINE, #2, 1999
OZUNA, TONY. “LOW BROW DE LOS ANGELES”, UMELEC, VOL. 11, 4/2007
PAGEL, DAVID. “THE DARK SIDE”, LA TIMES, JUNE 27, 1996
PAGEL, DAVID. “ANIMATED”, LA TIMES, AUGUST 14, 1998
PETRUCCI, LISA. “ANTHONY AUSGANG”, AXCESS MAGAZINE, VOL 2, NO.1,
PFOUTS, CHRIS. “VACATION FROM REALITY”, INTERNATIONAL TATTOO ART,
SCARBOROUGH, JAMES. “THE AESTHETICS OF LANGUOR”, VISIONS, WINTER
URBAN, HOPE. “ANTHONY AUSGANG” YOUR FLESH MAGAZINE, #32, JUNE
URBAN, HOPE. “AUSGANG”, JUXTAPOZ, WINTER, 1996
WALSH, DANIELLA. “LAX 94”, ARTWEEK, FEBRUARY 1995
YAZDANI, TARSSA. “ANTHONY AUSGANG: BLOWING THE DOORS OFF
TRADITION”, HYPNO MAGAZINE, VOL.5, ISSUE 3, 1996
Grear Patterson, Blue Bronx, c-print, 13" x 20", 2010
Grear patterson, Eagles and Ditero super 8 film, loop, 2005 and 2011, 20" x 19"
Grear Patterson Born 1988 in Redding Connecticut. Greer grew up in Hillsborough North Carolina. He attended Duke University and the Cchool of Visual Arts. He started making videos and photographs when he was 13. His interests are in everyday tasks / rituals and the relationship images have with memory.
- american standard gallery - curated by Gabe Ferrari & Nick Poe, Miami USA
- american standard gallery and 711 - produced by Claire Distenfeld, NYC USA
- grey market - curated by Andy Cushman, NYC USA
- mine but not me - curated by Gabe Ferrari & Grear Patterson, Miami USA
- rental gallery - curated by Claire Distenfeld & Joel Mesler, NYC USA 2010
- worth - curated by Isaac Brest & Alex Pertwiller, NYC USA
- volume - curated by Andrea Nuestin, LA USA
- inspired - curated by Beth Dewoody, NYC USA
- olivier robert gallery - curated by Alexander Stipanovich, Paris France
Whitney Museum annual auction, NYC USA 2010 CURATORIAL EFFORTS:
- mine but not me, Miami USA 2009
- objects that love you back, NYC USA 2010
- boat (17 super 8 stills 2007) , available at Dash Wood Books NYC USA
new york magazine, interview magazine, modern painters, art in america, purple magazine, jalouse, top magazine
Jack Greer, Moving Out, Raising a Dog, Coming to VIsit, 51" x 51", 2011
Jack Greer, Working on This and That, 20.5" x 16", 2011
EDUCATION: Pratt Institute, New York, NY Class of 2009. Bachelor of Fine Arts, Emphasis in Drawing and Painting. President’s merit scholarship
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS:
2010, Desirs Archaiques, Galerie Olivier Robert,
Curated by Alexandre Stipanovich and Olivier Robert, Paris, France
2010, While It Lasts, 40 Worth Street, Curated by Alex Perweiler and Isaac Brest, NY
2010, The Fine Line - A Benefit for Prostate Cancer, Curated by Josh Gurrie, NY
2010, Re:Form School, Curated by Kathy Grayson, NY
2010, Worth, Elizabeth Street Gallery, Curated by Alex Perweiler and Isaac Brest, NY
2009, Interview Art Issue, Kenmare, New York, NY
2009, Everything Must Out Going, Terrence Koh - ASS Gallery, New York, NY
2009, Draw Exhibition, Curated by Eric Foss, Museum Of Mexico City, Mexico
2008, Enter Stillhouse, 711 Gallery, New York, NY
2008, I Want A Little Sugar In My Bowl curated by Terrence Koh, ASS Gallery, New York, NY
2008, Here Goes Nothing, The National Arts Club, New York, NY
2008, Finger Paint, The Former Dia Gallery, New York, NY
2007, Dasusup, Sponto Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2006, Paper Pushers, Gallery 1988, Los Angeles, CA
2005, Sliced, Frank Pictures, Los Angeles, CA
New York Magazine, Nylon Magazine, Jalouse, Top Magazine, Modern
Painters, Paper Magazine, Anthem Magazine, Platform Magazine,
IloveFake Magazine, Vice Magazine, Elle
Zach Susskind, spa botique, 2011
Zach Susskind b. 1986 Los Angeles, CA is a member of the Still House Group and works in photo-based imagery — video, projection, and imageobjects. Having never exhibited a framed photograph, he often presents still imagery intended for the filter of the internal, personal viewing apparatus his audience would normally apply to viewing moving imagery – watching life. He believes in the object of the viewed experience and works towards achieving and reshaping that realization.
Education: BFA - Tisch School of the Arts, New York University Department of Photography & Imaging Minor: Architecture & Urban Design
WHILE IT LASTS – Still House Group Studio, Worth Street, New York, NY
Worth – 211 Elizabeth Street, New York, NY
Rental Gallery Presents Still House – Rental Gallery, East Broadway, New York, NY
II – Department of Photography & Imaging Senior Thesis Exhibition, Tisch School of the Arts, Broadway, New York, NY
Still House Presents – 7ELEVEN Gallery, Washington Street, New York, NY
- Photograph featured as Table of Contents image in Modern Painters Magazine December 2010/January 2011 issue
- Photograph featured as opener, “Near and Distant Future of Photography,“ limited edition hardcover re-release, A&F Quarterly, curated by Bruce Weber and designed by Sam Shahid
“American Luxury“ images used for Audi marketing conference, Germany
Grand Prize in Southern California arts competition, the Los Angeles Music Center Spotlight Awards, photography category
Photographed heads of design firm Commune for Women’s Wear Daily
Photographed “Out & About“ assignment for Look-Look Magazine
Photographs published in Look-Look Magazine
Larry Clark, Nate, G-Street Live, 1983