Lot 135 - Dan Gluibizzi - Fish
Lot 135 - Dan Gluibizzi - Fish
Lot 135 - Dan Gluibizzi - Fish

Lot 135 - Dan Gluibizzi - Fish

Acrylic and Pencil on Paper

2022

A6 (15x10cm) Original Artwork

Signed on Verso

ARTIST INFO

 

About 

 

Lives and works in Portland, OR 

 

Education 

 

1997 MFA, University of Cincinnati, OH 

1994 BFA, Kutztown University, PA 

 

Select Exhibitions/Awards 

 

2021 Ensemblecast, Russo Lee Gallery, Portland, OR 

Platform backed by David Zwirner Gallery, featured December 2021 

Meta Open Arts, site-specific 45’ mural, Bellevue, WA 

2020 Looking Outside, James Harris Gallery, Seattle, WA 

Somebody, Hashimoto Contemporary, San Francisco, CA 

2019 A Coupled Search, Russo Lee Gallery, Portland, OR 

Portluck, Hashimoto Contemporary, San Francisco, CA 

A Couple Kisses, Commune Gallery, Tokyo, Japan 

2018 Together we follow, Russo Lee Gallery, Portland, Oregon 

If a tree falls in the woods, Hashimoto Contemporary, San Francisco, CA 

What we don’t realize when we see things, The Wassaic Project Wassaic, NY 

Over & Over, Glass Curtain Gallery, Columbia College, Chicago, IL 

2017 Friends & Stangers, Russo Lee Gallery, Portland, Oregon 

Hope and Hazard: A comedy of Eros, curated by Eric Fichl, Hall Art Foundation, Reading, Vermont 

Go Figure, Spoke Art, New York, New York. 

2016 Spring/Summer, The Battery, San Francisco, California 

Miami Project, FMLY Projects booth, Miami, Florida 

Pleasures and Treasures, Ampersand Gallery and Fine Books, Portland, Oregon 

Watermill Art Center Summer Benefit, Watermill, NY 

2015 You don’t have to be alone tonight, CULT Aimee Friberg Exhibitions, San Francisco, CA 

Texas Contemporary, FMLY, Houston, Texas 

Blazermania, Gallery 135, Portland, Oregon 

Other Threads, P:ear, Portland, Oregon 

2014 A Frenzied Balance, Ampersand Gallery + Fine Books, Portland, OR 

Between Friends, Kopeikin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA 

Head, Western Exhibitions, Chicago, IL 

Sports, Compound Gallery, Portland, OR 

2013 Tomorrow it’s time for the future, Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien, Berlin, Germany 

New York Art Book Fair / MoMA’s PS1, Ampersand Gallery + Fine Books booth 

What if?, TEDxPortland, White Box, University of Oregon, Portland, OR 

LA MOCA Printed Matter artbook fair, Ampersand Gallery booth, Los Angeles, CA 

2012 Undressing Room, Froelick Gallery, Portland, OR 

There is no finish line, Ampersand Gallery + Fine Books, Portland, OR 

Uncharted Territory, TEDxPortland, Portland, OR 

Dangerous Curves, curated by Nathan Tabor, Compound Gallery, Portland, OR 

2011 Seven for Science, curated by Jonathan Cartledge, Smith College, Northampton, MA 

Our Time, Ampersand Gallery + Fine Books, Portland, OR 

2010 I’ll Tumblr for ya, By and By, Brooklyn, NY 

Horror Vacui, Nudashank, Baltimore, MD 

2009 I-lines, Engineer’s Office Gallery, New York, NY 

Don’t Flee the ArtMarket#, curated by Paulina Bebecka, Postmasters, New York, NY 

The Exquisite Corpse, Paul Robeson Galleries, Rutgers University, NJ 

2008 The Object Direct, Elizabeth Heskin Contemporary, New York, NY 

New Work, The Object Direct in Recent Art, 

curated by Matthew Fisher, Mississippi State University 

2007 Paper Bombs, curated by Bart Exposito, Jack Hanley Gallery, Los Angeles, CA 

Mystic Truths, curated by Dan Gluibizzi, Eckhaus, Kutztown, PA 

Pierogi, Flat files, Brooklyn, NY 

Helter Swelter, curated by Seth Adelsberger, Sara Nightingale Gallery, Water Mill, NY 

2006 The Drawing Center Viewing Program, New York, NY 

Flux Factory, Lennon Weinberg Inc., New York, NY 

Night of 1000 Drawings, Artists Space, New York, NY 

2004 Harvard University Art Museums, Staff exhibtion,organized by Dan Gluibizzi, Cambridge, MA 

1999 Plain Brown Paper, ABC No Rio, New York, NY 

1998 The Fourth Independents’ Biennial, Charas/ El Bohio, New York, NY 

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