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Oona Stern

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Born: New York
Lives: Brooklyn

Education
School of Visual Arts, New York City. MFA 1996
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. Independent Major. BA 1986


Solo Exhibitions
2012 meander, Town of Huntington Public Art Initiative. Huntington, NY
2011 the reluctant naturalist, Westchester Community College, Valhalla, NY
2008 deDomination, New York City
2006 patio, Diaz Contemporary, Toronto, Canada
2005 reSurfacing, street structures, New York City
2004 outside-in, Galerie Reinhard Hauff, Stuttgart, Germany
2003 drawn, White Columns, New York City.
2002 bricks, The Balcony, Toronto, Canada.
2000 the matter restated, Bund Bildender Künstlerinnen Württembergs, Stuttgart, Germany.
2000 quite another matter, Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York City.
1999 Galerie Reinhard Hauff, Stuttgart, Germany.

Group Exhibitions
2011
Monacobreen, a collaboration with Cheryl Leonard, for the Insomnia Future Music and Techno Festival. Kurant Gallery, Tromsø, Norway.
An Exchange with Sol LeWitt, curated by Regine Basha, Cabinet Magazine/Mass MoCA.
Middle Age, Leo Castelli Gallery, NYC
Transport: Tara Fracalossi, Thomas Lail, Lee Ranaldo, Leah Singer. Cypriana Majernika Gallery, Bratislava, Slovakia
Curate NYC, online exhibition curated by Courtney Wendroff.
Curate NYC, online exhibition curated by Fowler Arts Collective.
2010
WET Summer Arts Festival, curated by Elliot Lessing, McCarren Park, Brooklyn, NY.
Power to the People, Feature Inc., New York City.
Bushwacked, curated by Elliot Lessing, Pop-up Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2009
Sign, Art in Odd Places 09, Curated by Erin Donnelly + Radhika Subramaniam, NYC
Figment, Governors Island, New York City.
2007
Drawing, Thinking, curated by Marco Breuer, Von Lintel Gallery, New York City.
Here and There, curated by Tara Fracalossi, Hudson Valley Community College, Troy, NY
Common Ground, curated by Matt Ferranto, Westchester Community College, Valhalla, NY
Sculpture, Diaz Contemporary, Toronto, Canada
Chance of Showers, Design Commission, Seattle, WA.
The Most Curatorial Biennial of the Universe, contributing curator Diana Kingsley, apexart, New York City.
2006
Newburgh Sculpture Project, Newburgh, NY
Manhattan Stonehenge: The Grid Becomes Else, a collaborative project of smudgestudio.org, NYC
Speed Limit, Redhead, NYC
The Corduroy Appreciation Club Meeting II, curated by Miles Rohan, The Dove Parlor, NYC
2005
Passing Through: Cory Arcangel, Anna Craycroft, Douglas Henderson and Oona Stern at Bloomberg,
curated by Whitney Rugg for Art in General, NYC
Critic’s Select, curated by D. D. Lombardi / Barbara MacAdam, Shore Institute of the Contemporary Arts, Long Branch, NJ
LMCC open studios, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s Workspace Program: 120 Broadway, NY.
Traveling Tales, Aratoi Museum, Masterton, New Zealand
2004
SculptFest ‘04, curated by Matthew Weber, The Carving Studio and Sculpture Center, West Rutland, VT.
Roads and Pastimes, curated by Amy Bay, Buzzer Thirty, Astoria, Queens
Artist residency collaboration with Breuer, Hegge, and Helbling, The Carriage House at the Islip Art Museum, Islip, NY.
2003
3-2-1, curated by Cara Perlman, Gallery M, New York City.
Take-out, Dieu Donné Papermill, New York City
2002
Collaborations, Dieu Donné Papermill, New York City.
25th Anniversary Benefit Selections Exhibition, The Drawing Center, New York City.
Projects ‘02, with Amy Bay, The Carriage House at the Islip Art Museum, Islip, New York.
Paper Remix, curated by Edwin T. Ramoran, Dieu Donné Papermill, NYC.
2001
In/SITE/Out: Inquiries into Social Space, Curated by Karen E. Jones, Apexart, New York City.
Inside Space, curated by Bill Arning, MIT List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge MA.
Arch, curated by Scott Reynolds, Sarah Moody Gallery of Art, Univ. of Alabama, Tuscaloosa.
Haus der Wirtschaft, Stuttgart, Germany.
Softcell, Temple Gallery, Tyler school of Art, Philadelphia PA.
Kids Art, organised by artkrush.com, pilot programs, PS217 Brooklyn, Clifford-Smith Gallery, Boston MA.
2000
Selections Fall 2000, The Drawing Center, New York City.
Meat Market Art Fair, White Columns, New York City.
Environmentally Concerned, Curated by Karen E. Jones for Dieu Donné Papermill, Nathan Cummings Foundation, NYC.
Environmentally Concerned 2, Bronx River Art Center, NY.
Arch, The Work Space, New York City.
Thirtieth Anniversary Benefit Silent Auction and Gala, White Columns, New York City.
Simple Statements, Fine Arts Center Galleries, University of Rhode Island, Kingston RI.
1999
Spatial Interest, curated by Marco Breuer, The Work Space, New York City.
Keep Fit, Be Happy, DeChiara/Stewart, New York City.
Up and Coming, Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York City.
1999 Benefit Auction and Gala, White Columns, New York City.
Before/Now, Artworks/Bookarts, Santa Monica CA.
1998
Pudding, Feature Inc, New York City.
Acne, curated by Johnny Velveeta, Double Pleasure, New York City.
Bildhauerzeichnungen (sculptors’ drawings), Achim Kubinski gallery, Berlin, Germany.
Bildhauerzeichnungen, Galerie Reinhard Hauff, Stuttgart, Germany.
Installed, Sara Meltzer’s on view, New York City.
Wall Work, curated by Lauren Ross & Elizabeth Ferguson, White Columns, New York City.
Science, Feature Inc, New York City.
Stirring Space, curated by Susan Fleminger & Molly Herman, Brooklyn Brewery, Bklyn, NY.
1997
Gregnik Proto II by Gregory Green, Public Art Fund Inc., New York. Group broadcast.
Dreams of Life and Death, The Living Room, Santa Monica CA.
Dreams of Life and Death, Gallery 25, Fresno CA.
1996
MFA Special Projects, Visual Arts Gallery, New York City.
Drawings, curated by Barbara Friedman & Susan Newman, The Gallery at Hastings-on-Hudson, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY.
1995
Flash, presented by Cübe, New York City.
1945-1995, 50 Years = $50, Storefront for Art + Architecture, New York City
Beauty and the Public, curated by Komar and Melamid, Visual Arts Gallery, NYC.


Bibliography
Bjørn Lokertsen, Pelagisk Magi, Nordlys Lørdag, October 22, 2011
Peter Simek, FrontRow, D Magazine, July 1, 2011.
New York Art Beat: "Middle Age" Exhibition. http://www.nyartbeat.com/event/2011/DE39
Stuart Keeler, Salon des Refuses - Sights Unseen, Americans for The Arts Half-Century Summit Conf, June 24, 2010
Betty Ann Jordan, Art Smart. The coolest Canadian collectors, Fashion Magazine, April 2010.
EDNA, The Millay Colony for the Arts, Summer 2009
Cluster 10/F09, blog, This week at Art in Odd Places: All weekend long, http://pcm.posterous.com
Desiree Rose, Art Review, KiptonART Magazine, kiptonart.com, October 8, 2009.
Peter Rejcek , Ice Structures, The Antarctic Sun, Artists and Writers Program, July 17, 2009.
Jon Brack, The Antarctic Sun, Palmer Station Archives, Feb 6, 2009.
Rosetta Stone, Artnet Gossip, artnet.de, Jan 16, 2009
Barbara A. MacAdam, Object Overruled, ARTnews, December 2007.
Nadine Wasserman, New Spaces, Art, Metroland, October 22, 2007.
Barbara A. MacAdam, Drawing, Thinking, Reviews: New York, ARTnews, June 2007.
Artworld Digest, Unambiguous, 2006.
Stephanie Murg, Walking the Green Carpet, Art Talk, ARTnews, February 2006.
Mary Barone, Art at the new Bloomberg headquarters..., Out With Mary, artnet.com, Dec. 21, 2005
A L Gordon, Out & About, The New York Sun, April 25, 2005.
Tim Lavin, Arts, the vanguard to reshape Downtown, Downtown Express, Vol 17, No. 43, March 18-24, 2005.
Benjamin Genocchio, Art Review, When Critics Have Their Say First, New York Times, February 20, 2005.
Tri-Town News, January 20, 2005
Thomas Johnson, False Platitudes, C Magazine, Issue 84, Winter 2004.
Anne Galloway, Gallery: Brave new forms, Rutland Herald, September 19, 2004
Stuttgarter Zeitung, March, 2004.
Rosemary Heather, Private Public Art Venues and the Untamed Audience, C Magazine, Fall 2002.
Helen A. Harrison, When Native Heritage Meets Colonialism, The New York Times, September 15, 2002
Rosemary Heather, Tema Celeste, Volume 92, July/August 2002.
Edward J Sozanski, Domesticity Unchained, The Philadelphia Enquirer, September 21, 2001.
Sarah Valdez, Time Out New York, Issue 290, April 12-19, 2001.
Randi Hopkins, Space is the place, Boston Pheonix, March 16, 2001.
Christine Temin, Exhibition mixes art and architecture, The Boston Globe, February 20, 2001.
Charles Giuliano, Maveric Arts, Issue 14, February 15, 2001.
Joanne Silver, Home is where the clichés aren’t, Boston Herald, February 2, 2001.
David Wildman, Architectural commentary, Boston Globe, January 27, 2001.
Stuttgarter Zeitung, July 25, 2000.
The New Yorker, June 19 & 26, 2000.
Bill Rodriguez, Basic beauty, The Providence Phoenix, February 18, 2000.
Flash Art, No. 57, October 1999.
Martha Buskirk, Dimensions: Variable, essay for Spatial Interest exhibition, September 1999.
The New Yorker, September 13, 1999.
Art Now Gallery Guide, September 1999.
Ali Onur, Staunen soll es machen, Stuttgarter Zeitung, August 19, 1999.
Pulp, Dieu Donné Newsletter, No. 27, March 1999.
Daniel Rothbart, NY Arts Magazine, Issue 28, January 1999.
Stuttgarter Zeitung, July 8, 1998.
Minou Roufail, on the walls, Critical Review. creview.com/review.cfm?id=1130, June 1998.
Roberta Smith, Art in Review, New York Times, June 12, 1998.
Vivien Raynor, In ‘70’s Déjà Vu…, New York Times (WC), February 4, 1996.

Grants/Awards
2011
The Arctic Circle 2011. Artist residency.
NYFA fiscal sponsorship for Adfreeze Project
Puffin Foundation, Artists Grant.
Guest lecture, Westchester Community College, Valhalla NY.
Guest lecture, NYU Steinhardt School, NYC.
Guest lecture, PS234 Independence School, NYC
2009
Guest Artist, Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC
Guest lecture, PS234 Independence School, NYC
2008
Antarctic Artists and Writers Residency, The National Science Foundation, Palmer Station, Antarctica
NYC Dept of Cultural Affairs/LMCC, Manhattan Community Arts Fund Grant.
The Millay Colony for the Arts, artists residency, Nancy Graves Foundation Fellowship, Austerlitz, NY.
Arts for Transit, Metropolitan Transit Association, NYC. Far Rockaway stations, Finalist.
2007
Guest Artist, Hudson Valley Community College, Troy, NY
Guest Artist, Pace University, NYC
2006
Swing Space, space grant program, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.
Professional Development Workshop, Creative Capital.
2005
NYC Dept of Cultural Affairs/LMCC, Manhattan Community Arts Fund Grant.
Artists Space. Independent Project Grant.
Guest Artist, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston MA
2004
Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s Workspace Program: 120 Broadway, NYC.
Visiting faculty, Middlebury College, Middlebury VT.
Guest Artist, Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC
2003
NYFA Fellowship in Drawing.
NYFA Artists & Audiences Exchange, Visiting faculty, The Urban Academy, NYC.
2002
The Pollock-Krasner Foundation. WTC Emergency Grant.
2000
Guest Artist, University of Rhode Island, Kingston RI.
1998
Dieu Donné Papermill, NYC, Workspace Program. Artists residency and honorarium.
Heathcote Art Foundation. Artist’s Grant.
The Pollock-Krasner Foundation. Visual Artist’s Grant.
1996
Edward F. Albee Foundation, artists residency, Montauk. Visual Arts Fellowship.
Paula Rhodes Memorial Award. School of Visual Arts.


Projects
SP Weather Report, limited edition portfolio. Upcoming 2013/4.
Ice Notes, with Cheryl Leonard. At Length magazine, 2012.
The Most Curatorial Biennial of the Universe, contributing curator, apexart, 2007.
ltd.ed. 3, limited edition mailing, boycat publications, 1999.
ltd.ed. 1, limited edition mailing, boycat publications, 1998.


Publications
Visionary Drawing Building, by M Bua and M Goldfarb, in print and at www.drawingbuilding.org, 2009/2012.
the reluctant naturalist, exhibition publication, 2011.
A Little Slapstick, review of Diana Kingsley at Leo Castelli, Artnet Magazine, September 9, 2004.
ReSurfacing, exhibition catalog, 2002.
Inside Space, exhibition catalog, MIT List Visual Arts Center, 2001.
Ground, exhibition catalog, Bund Bildender Künstlerinnen Württembergs, 2000.
Drawing Papers 11, exhibition publication, The Drawing Center, 2000.

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