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CHRISTOPHER HART CHAMBERS

 

332 Park Avenue

Brooklyn, NY 11205

 

Telephone - 917 679 6955

Fax - 347 763 0848

Email - christopherhartchambers@gmail.com

www.christopherchambers.com

 

Born in New York City, 1960

 

All galleries listed are in New York City unless otherwise indicated.

(List is incomplete)

 

 

SELECT SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

 

2016 - Causey Contemporary

 

2015 - Nassau County Museum of Art

 

2013- Lyceum Gallery @ Suffolk County Community College, Riverhead , NY

 

2009 -2010 – Rupert Ravens Contemporary – Newark, NJ

 

2007 – Artsites – Riverhead, NY

 

2004 – Universal Concepts Unlimited

 

2002 – Galerie Rienzo

 

2000 - Monique Goldstrom Gallery

 

1998/1999, Grant Gallery

 

1995 - V.I.A. Arts, Inc.

 

1994 - Andre Zarre Gallery

 

1990 - Sarah Rentschler Gallery

 

1988 - A.S.A.G.E. Gallery

 

1987 - A.S.A.G.E. Gallery

 

1985 - Jim Diaz Gallery

 

1983 - Kleeblatt Gallery

 

1982 - Huntington Ats Council, Huntington, NY

 

 

SELECT GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

 

2015 - Elena Ab Gallery, Bishop Gallery

 

2014 - Elena Ab Gallery, Denise Bibro Gallery

 

2013, Rupert Ravens Contemporary, Newark , NJ and Patterson, NJ

 

2012, Orchard Windows, Rupert Ravens Contemporary, Newark , NJ

 

2011, Longwood Gallery at Hostos (Toys and Games with a Twist, Curate NYC, Juanita Lanzo)

 

2010, Art Lexis, Brooklyn, NY

 

2009, Boson Exotic, Rupert Ravens Contemporary – Newark, NJ

 

2008, Trellis, Rupert Ravens Contemporary – Newark, NJ

 

2006, Synthetic Aesthetic, The Lab, Roger Smith Gallery – Best of the LAB, Yellowbird Gallery, Newburgh, NY – Plastic Fantastic, the Shore Institute of Contemporary Art, Long Branch, NJ

 

2005, Botany 5000, The Lab, Roger Smith Gallery - Invitational Salon of Small Works, New Arts Program, Kutztown, PA - Over the Top, the Shore Institute of Contemporary Art, Long Branch, NJ

 

2004, Recent Acquisitions – William Whipple Gallery - Southwest State University - Marshall, MN

 

2003, International Works on Paper Exhibition - William Whipple Gallery - Southwest State University - Marshall, MN, Works on Paper – Monique Goldstrom Gallery, Artists as Critics – 7th Floor Gallery, Berliner Kunst Project (Berlin, Germany)

 

2001, The State of Art gallery, Gale Gates et al.

 

2000, Robert Pardo Gallery, Markham Murray Gallery, Gale Gates et al. (Curated by Mike Weiss), 450 Broadway Gallery

 

1999, Goldstrom Gallery, Hartnett-Murray

 

1998, Goldstrom Gallery, Livestock Gallery, Genart

 

1997, Index Gallery (Osaka, Japan), Stephan Stux Gallery (at the Art Exchange Show - an Alternative Art Fair)

 

1995, Bronx River Art Center and Gallery, Phyllis Weil & Co.

 

1994, Galerie Pelin (Helsinki, Finland)

 

1993, Cavaliero Gallery

 

1988, Louise Hallet Gallery (London)

 

1984, 51X Gallery, PS 1 (Now adjunct of The Museum of Modern Art), La Casa Nada

 

1983, Galeria Lo Zibetto (Milano, Italy), Gabrielle Bryers Gallery, Gracie Mansion Gallery, P.S.1,

51 X

 

ART CRITICISM:

 

 

Ongoing - Various webzines, catalogs, and publications

 

 

Printed periodicals:

 

1998 – present - Flash Art, Contemporary art reviews and news reports.

 

1998 - present - dART International, Contemporary art reviews and various features

 

1996 –2002 - N.Y. Arts, Monthly column: “Picks”

 

2005 – 2008 – CONTEMPORARY, Various articles and reviews

 

2001 – 2003 - Tema Celeste, articles about contemporary art.

 

2001 – 2003 – www.gabriuszine.com, and artindex magazine, interviews with art professionals.

 

2003 – present - Sculpture magazine, exhibition reviews

 

2002 – 2003 - World of Art, North American Editor

 

1999 - zingmagazine, Article: Janis Kounellis at Ace Gallery

 

CURATORIAL

 

2006, Synthetic Aesthetic, The Lab, Roger Smith Gallery –Plastic Fantastic, the Shore Institute of Contemporary Art, Long Branch, NJ

 

2005, Botany 5000, The Lab, Roger Smith Gallery

 

2000, “Drawings, Maquettes and other Artworks Pertaining to Environmental Sculpture”, Dorsky Gallery, including catalog essay

 

2000, Egon Zippel, “To Do Lists”, zingmagazine

 

1998, “Sourpuss”, Abraham Lubelski Gallery

 

1985 - 1987, Artistic Director, B.A.D. Museum

 

1982 - 1989, Numerous nightclub exhibitions, including Danceteria, Wonderama, etc.

 

1982 - 1984, Founded and directed “Avant”, (An artists’ consortium)

 

EDUCATION

 

 

1978 - 1979, S.U.N.Y. at Purchase, Fine Arts (Full scholarship, Early Admission)

 

1976 - 1978, High School of Music and Art

 

1977, Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art (Saturday Program)

 

1976 - 1978, Art Student’s League (Full scholarship)

 

 

AWARDS

 

 

1989 -1990, Pollack Krasner Foundation (Artist’s grant)

 

1986 - 1987, Artists’ Space (Project grant)

 

1983 - 1984, Artists’ Space (Project grant)

 

1977, Metropolitan Museum of Art Scholastic Art Award

 

 

PUBLIC AND CORPORATE COLLECTIONS

 

 

Washington D.C. Convention Center

 

Omnicare International (New York)

 

MPOWER Corporation, currently Quovadx Inc. (Albequerque, NM)

 

 

PRIVATE COLLECTIONS

 

Dr. Scott Fine (New York), Grace and Rich Johnson (Minneapolis), Mr. And Mrs. Robert Sanders (London, England), Brigette and Preston Perlus (Paris, France), Nona Gianlorenzi (New York), Paul Olsen (New York), Mr. And Mrs. Robert Perry (New York), Christine Ho (Seoul, Korea). Wasiq Kahn (Great Falls, VA), Jesse and Henry Yeung (Austin, TX), Sarah Rentschler (Hudson, NY), Andrea Davidson (Paris, France) And many, many others . . .

 

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

 

Photocopies of numerous articles will be provided upon request.