Graham Collins | Galleri Jacob Bjorn

Born b.1980, Washington, DC. Lives and Works in Brooklyn, NY

Studied at:

BFA Corcoran College of Art 2003

MFA Bard College 2010

 

 

Solo Exhibitions:

 

2013            V8, Halsey McKay Gallery, East Hampton, NY
2012            Shade Tree, Soloway, Brooklyn, NY
2011             Graham Collins, Spare Room, West Street Gallery, NY
2010            Ego the Living Planet, Graham Collins and Cassie Raihl, Tät, Berlin, Germany

Group Exhibitions:

2014            Solo Show, Soloway, New York, NY; Concert in Central Park, Jonathan Viner Gallery, London
2013            Truck Baby, Rachel Uffner Gallery, New York, NY
                    Group Show, Sophia Jacob, Baltimore, MD
2012            Final Show, West Street Gallery, New York, NY
                    HYPER/HYPO, curated by Brad Truax, Secret Project Robot, Brooklyn, NY
2011             So Different, So Appealing, organized by Rachel Churner and Ryan Steadman
                    It’s Not You, It’s Me, curated by Paul Branca, Soloway, Brooklyn, NY
                    [back room], Untitled, New York, NY
                    Perfectly Damaged, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY
                    Control Alt Delete, curated by HKJB, New York
2010            Moonlighting, Hosfelt Gallery, NY
2009           Black Friday Halloween City Black Thursday Fireworks Stand, Brooklyn, NY
                    Six Shouldering Another, curated by Liam Everett, MR Fine Arts, New York, NY
                    Quizotic, Troutman Studios, Brooklyn, NY
                    MFA Thesis Show, Bard College Exhibition Center, Annandale on Hudson, NY
                    Bazooka Joe, curated by Ed Steck, Annandale on Hudson, NY
2007           Alumni Exhibition, Corcoran Museum, Washington, D.C.
2003          Thesis Show, Corcoran Museum, Washington, DC
2001           Juvenile Hi-Jinks, curated by Ian Maready, Washington, DC

Bibliography:

2012           Goings on about town: Art, ‘Graham Collins’, The New Yorker, October 2012
2011            Johnson, Ken, Perfectly Damaged, The New York Times, July 7, 2011

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