- Solo exhibitions in Seoul, Korea (2012) and Cleveland, OH (2013)
- Public commission in New York, NY (2013)
- New publications (summer/fall 2012)
Recent Public Commissions
Permanent artwork commissioned for Roosevelt Station, Seattle Sound Transit, Seattle, Washington. In Progress.
Vector HH, permanent public sculpture for the W. Hobby Airport, Houston, TX, commissioned by the City of Houston.
Guggenheim Fellowship, 2010
Recent and Current ExHibitions
Maryland Art Place
April 20 – June 11, 2011
An exhibition of works by contemporary artists exploring the boundaries between painting and sculpture. Artists include Ann Agee, Stuart Arends, Luca Buvoli, Greg Colson, Ken Fandell, Charles Goldman, Greg Lamarche, Matthew McCaslin, Cordy Ryman and Rebecca Smith.
Devin Borden Hiram Butler Gallery
September 11 – October 5, 2010
This show explored relationships between works sharing intimate scale that nonetheless confer a sense of the monumental.
July 24 – October 24, 2010
exhibition curated by Barry Schwabsky and Carol Szymanski
"First thought, best thought," counseled the poet Allen Ginsberg. But if the first thought is immediate certainty and purity of heart, and the second thought is the fall into self-consciousness, ambivalence, equivocation, and duplicity, then what is the third thought? The exhibition Third Thoughts considered works that use writing and language in ways that go beyond the univocal and the ambiguous to broach this third state of thought.
Among the artists included were Mel Bochner, Luca Buvoli, Tony Cragg, Tsibi Geva, Monique Prieto, Kirstine Roepstorff, Suzanne McClelland, Jack Pierson, Allen Ruppersberg, and Nedko Solakov.
January 23 – November, 2010
Curated by Vivien Greene, Curator of 19th and Early 20th-Century Art, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York
Matters allows for dialogues between nine movements spanning
130 years from Europe and the United States so that historical movements and
avant-gardes with like aims of collectivity and idealism, normally separated by
national and chronological divisions, are seen alongside each other. The
presentation concluded in the early 1930s, when the ascendancy of fascism
brought about the close of the Bauhaus in Berlin in 1933 and Stalinism reframed
Russian Constructivist projects in the Soviet Union.
Utopia Matters included temporal interventions by contemporary artists—banners and façade installation as well as an editioned multiple by Luca Buvoli and a new version of the RMB City internet-based project by Cao Fei—which signal the endurance of utopian themes today.
Recent and Current Lectures/Symposia
My Contemporary Italian Art
Lake Erie College, Cleveland, Ohio
April 15, 2011
Conservators and Living Artists:
Pragmatic questions and conceptual approaches: An Ongoing Dialogue
Conservators Collaborating with Artists and Art Historians
Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, New York City
College Arts Association Conference 2011