Biography

NATHAN REDWOOD

Curriculum Vitae

                         

Education

 

2005   Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, ME

2005   The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL – BFA

2003   Herberger College School of Art, Arizona State University

 

Solo Exhibitions

 

2016   Nathan Redwood, JAUS, Los Angeles, CA

2010   Altered Atmospheres, Michael Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
           Flying Horse Editions, Orlando, FL

2009   On A Neck, Electric Works, San Francisco, CA

2008   So Much Sound, Caren Golden Fine Art, New York, NY 

           Constant Speed, Carl Berg Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2007   Recent Works, Electric Works, San Francisco, CA

           Where's My Ship, Gallery 40000, Chicago, IL

           Paintings, Carl Berg Projects, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

           Construction Under the Sun, Carl Berg Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2006   Iceman, Gallery 40000, Chicago, IL

2005   Social D, Gallery 40000, Chicago, IL

2003   Nathan Redwood, Step Gallery, Tempe, AZ

           Shemer Art Center, Phoenix, AZ

 

Group Exhibitions

 

2016   Indestructible Wonder, San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA

           Hysterical Fiction, La Estacion Arte Contemporaneo, Chihuahua, Mexico

           LABO, Carlos Blanco Studio, Bogota, Colombia

 

2015   Gesture, Arena One Gallery, Curated by Carl Berg, Santa Monica, CA

           Hysterical Fiction, Tiger Strikes Asteroid, New York, NY

 

2014   6018 Wilshire, Edward Cella Art + Architecture, Los Angeles, CA

 

2013   Marooned, Jaus Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

           Something More, Curated by Ted G. Decker, Scottsdale, AZ

           ASU West Fletcher Library, Cultural Arts Coalition, Phoenix, AZ

 

2012   10 Years L.A. Foundation Kaus Australis, Prospectus Gallery, PDC, West Hollywood, CA           

           Landscape & Architecture, Curated by Carl Berg, Irvine Fine Arts Center, Irvine, CA

           Under the Influence, Philips de Pury, New York, NY

 

2011   Guest House, RaiR#3 Curated by Leo Delfgaauw, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
           
GOLDMINE: Contemporary works from the collection of Sirje and Michael Gold, University Art Museum 

           CSULB, Curated by Christopher Scoates, Long Beach, CA

           On the Wall, Arena One Gallery, Curated by Carl Berg, Santa Monica, CA    

 

2010   Fresh From Chelsea, University of Central Florida, Curated By Theo Lotz, Orlando, FL

 

2009   Bakers Dozen, Torrance Art Museum, Torrance, CA  

           Variations On A Theme, Curated by JoAnne Northrup, San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA

           Bookmeat: Side Street Projects, The Brick Building, Culver City, CA

           Fresh From Chelsea, College of Fine Arts, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL      

           Manifestation, Carl Berg Projects, PDC, West Hollywood, CA

           U.S. Open Outdoor Sculpture Show, NCECA/Mesa Community College, Mesa, AZ

           From The Desert To The Sea To All Of Southern California, Carl Berg Projects, West Hollywood, CA

           Chaos Theory X, Legend City, Phoenix, AZ

 

2008   A Blvd. Called Wilshire, Serieuze Zaken Studios, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

           Tension / Release, Caren Golden Fine Art, New York, NY

           Future Tense: Reshaping the Landscape, Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase

           College, State University of New York, Purchase, NY

           TerraUnFirma: Gandalf Gavan, Nathan Redwood, Julie Rofman, Caren Golden Fine Art, New York, NY

           Dharma Zen Center Silent Auction, Los Angeles, CA

 

2007    FRESH: MOCA, The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, Los Angeles, CA

            A Muzzle of Bees, Curated by Thomas Brauer, 33 Bond Gallery, New York, NY

            When Worlds Collide, Carl Berg Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

            Civil Twilight, Electric Works, San Francisco, CA

            Wrong Time Wrong Place, TENT: CBK, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

 

2006    Debut, Carl Berg, Los Angeles, CA 

            Take the Field, The Winfield Studio, Winfield, KS

            draw_drawing_2, The Foundry, London, England

 

2005    Art Tells a Story, Central Gallery, Phoenix, AZ

Face Value, 1926 Exhibition Studies Gallery, Chicago, IL

Spring Break, The Butcher Shop, Chicago, IL

SAIC Group Exhibition, Gallery G2, Chicago, IL

SAIC Main BLDG: 3rd Floor Installation (Balloons & Cactus), Chicago, IL

Immaculate, 1926 Exhibition Studies Gallery, Chicago, IL

 

2004    IBHE, 2004 Annual Collegiate Artists Competition, Bloomington, IL

Art Two Zocallo, Scottsdale, AZ

Born in the USA, Galerie Art One, Zurich, Switzerland

Art One Gallery, Phoenix, AZ

 

2003    L.I.F.E. festival, Icehouse, Phoenix, AZ

Art One Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ

The Picture Show, The G&G Restaurant, Chicago, IL

Video Nite, Modified Art Gallery, Phoenix, AZ

Arizona Clay: In the Beginning There was Earth, Shemer Art Center, Phoenix, AZ

Video Exhibition, no name gallery downtown Phx, Curated by Steve Gompf, Phoenix, AZ

Mesa Contemporary Arts Center, Mesa, AZ

Art/War, 15th Annual Art Detour, Thought Crime, Phoenix, AZ

Juried Undergraduate All Media Exhibition: Arizona State University, Curated by James Pile and Betsy Schneider, Harry Wood Gallery, Tempe, AZ

Steeped in Tradition, Sky Harbor Airport, Phoenix, AZ

Video Exhibition / ASU School of Art, Neeb Hall, Tempe, AZ

 

2002    Dia De Los Muertos, West Valley Art Museum, Sun City, AZ

            All Arizona Clay Exhibit, West Valley Art Museum, Sun City, AZ

           Three Seconds, Wet Paint, Tempe, AZ

Arbitrary Aesthetic, Wet Paint, Tempe, AZ

Printed Matter, Harry Wood Gallery, Tempe, AZ

Five Columns, Art One Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ

Juried Undergraduate Ceramics: ASU, Step Gallery, Tempe, AZ

SMHS: Students and Graduates, Harry Wood Gallery, Tempe, AZ

Xerox Copy Show, ASU: Herberger College School of Art, Tempe, AZ

 

2001    13th Annual Art Detour, Final Performance in conjunction with Corrupt Citizen, Holgas Gallery, Phoenix, AZ

            Art One Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ

Bash on Ash, Performance in conjunction with Corrupt Citizen, Tempe, AZ

The Mason Jar, Performance in conjunction with Corrupt Citizen, Phoenix, AZ

Performance in conjunction with Corrupt Citizen, Albuquerque, NM

 

 

Art Fairs

 

2010    ArtHamptons, Caren Golden Fine Art, New York, NY

            PULSE NY, Caren Golden Fine Art, New York, NY

 

2009    Aqua Art Wynwood, Electric Works, Miami Beach, FL

 

2008    Art Miami, Caren Golden Fine Art, Miami Beach, FL

Aqua Art Wynwood, Electric Works, Miami Beach, FL

FEMACO, Caren Golden Fine Art; Mexico City, Mexico

SCOPEbasel, 2x2 Projects; Basel, Switzerland

Art Rotterdam, 2x2 Projects, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

LAart in New York, Carl Berg Gallery, New York, NY

 

2007    Berliner Liste, Electric Works, Berlin, Germany

LAart in New York, Carl Berg Gallery, New York, NY

Aqua Art Wynwood, Carl Berg Gallery, Miami Beach, FL

Scope Hamptons, 2x2 Projects, New York, NY

The Affair @ the Jupiter Hotel, Gallery 40000, Portland, OR

Art Amsterdam, Carl Berg Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Aqua Art Wynwood, Electric Works, Miami Beach, FL

 

2006    Aqua Art Miami, Carl Berg Gallery, Miami Beach, FL

The Affair @ the Jupiter Hotel, Gallery 40000, Portland, OR

Stray Show, Gallery 40000, Art Chicago, Chicago, IL

 

Coordinated Exhibitions/Installations

 

2010    Julie Rofman, Memory Claim, POVevolving, Los Angeles, CA

2006    Luis Zavala, Olympic & Alameda, CalArts, Valencia, CA

2003    The Picture Show, The G&G Restaurant, Chicago, IL

 

Scholarships, Awards

 

2005    Skowhegan Fellowship

2005    SAIC BFA Fellowship Award

2003 - 2005  Merit Award, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago IL

2003    Scult/Markus Award, Contemporary Art Forum, Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, AZ

2001 - 2003  Regents Scholarship/Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

2002    Emerging Artist Award, Best of Show Award, West Valley Art Museum, Sun City, AZ

 

Teaching

 

2011    Printmaking, Mt St Marys College, Los Angeles, CA

 

Residencies

 

2007    Kaus Australis, Rotterdam, Netherlands

2005    Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, ME

 

Visiting Artist Workshop, Lectures

 

2011     Humboldt State University, McKinleyville, CA

2010     Phoenix College, Phx, AZ

             Michael Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2006     UCLA, Los Angeles, CA

 South Mtn. Center for the Arts, Phoenix, AZ

2005     South Mtn. Center for the Arts (Lecture, Workshop) Phoenix, AZ

2003     Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

2001     South Mtn. Center for the Arts, Phoenix, AZ

 

Bibliography

 

2017     Zellen, Jody, “Nathan Redwood JAUS Gallery,” Artillery, March/April Vol. 11 Issue 4 p.55

 Ollman, Leah, “Taking The Line For A Rapturous Ride,” Los Angeles Times, January 6, 2017

 

2012    Harnish, Tracey, “Privilege Entails Responsibility,” Huffington Post, April 5, 2012

 

2010    Wood, Eve, “Rapid Fire Reviews: Nathan Redwood@Michael Kohn Gallery,” Artillery Magazine, May/June 2010 Vol 4 Issue 5

            Shaw, Michael, “Continuing and Recommended,” ArtScene, May 2010

            Simay, Doug, “Simay’s Best Picks May 2010,”  Simayspace, May 17, 2010

            http://www.simayspace.com/05%2017%2010.htm

Ollman, Leah. “Amid Tumult, Spirit To Go On,” Los Angeles Times, April 2, 2010

 

2009    Duncan, Michael, “Nathan Redwood at Carl Berg,” Art in America, January, pp 118-119.

            Aschman, Ali, “Figurative,” updownacross, January 2, 2009

            Ritchie, Andy, “Redwood On 8th Street,” Artslant, October 12, 2009

            Pagel, David, “A Net Cast In Shallow Waters,” Los Angeles Times, October 9, p. D13                     

            Adams, Rachel, “Nathan Redwood: On A Neck,” Shotgun Review, October 04, 2009

            Emenegger, Ashley Mclean, “Editors Picks: Bakers Dozen,” THEmagazine, September 2009 

Christian, Ryan Travis, “Seven Artists of the Week: Blow Down,” Chicago Art Review, September 23, 2009

            Vogel, Traci, “On A Neck: Nathan Redwood,” SF Weekly, September 14, 2009

            Arnold, Kathryn, ‘Review,’ ArtBusiness, September 11, 2009

            Chenault, Laura, ‘Review,’ ArtBusiness, September 11, 2009

            Norton, Charles,  “Three Painters We Need Now More Than Ever,” Art+Culture, July 15, 

 

 2008   Johnson, Paddy, “Tepid Show At Aqua Wynwood,” ArtReview, December 08, 2008

            Cohen, David, “Pic Of The Day,” Artcritical, December 04, 2008

            Johnson, Paddy, Nathan Redwood at Caren Golden, ArtFagCity, October 17, 

            Ollman, Leah, “Nathan Redwood at Carl Berg,” THE Magazine of and for The Arts, September, 8

Eler, Alicia, “Collectors Collecting: Collector Preview: Khloe Karova & Jeff Young,” Chicago Gallery News,  August 2008 

Simay, Doug, “Doug Simay’s Best Picks: Nathan Redwood at Carl Berg,” The Academy Newsletter, June 28, 2008

            Knight, Christopher, “Finding Joy In The Painting Medium,” Los Angeles Times, June, 13  

Genocchio, Benjamin, “Today's Landscapes, Tomorrow's Dystopia,” The New York Times, June 1  

Gonzalez-Turner, Stephanie, “LAart in NY,” Art in America, May, pg. 43

Stratton, Shannon, “Nathan Redwood at 40000,” artUS Magazine, New Year 2008, Issue 21, pg.39

 

2007   Youtube, “Miami Day 2: Carl Berg on Nathan Redwood,” BeautifulDecayMagDecember 07, 2007
           Andrews, Brian, “San Francisco Happenings,” artnet Magazine, Nov. 27               
           Laemoa, Stephanie, “Nathan Redwood at EletricWorks,” San Francisco Chronicle, October 18, pg. G-22
           Anonymous, ‘Electric Works: Nathan Redwood – Recent Works,’ ArtBusiness, October 1
           Leaverton, Michael, “Not Kansas,” SF Weekly, October 17
           Blagojevic, Bosko, “A Muzzle Of Bees At 33 Bond,” ArtCal Zine, October 4
           Mattera, Joanne, “28 Hours in Chicago, Part 2,” Joanne Mattera Art Blog, September 16
           Pirnia, Garin, “A Pirates Perspective,” NewCity Chicago, September 14
           Browder, Amanda, 'Bad At Sports: Episode 29 Talk, Talk, Talk,' August 22, 2007
           Mike Null and John Jourden, ‘Interview: Nathan Redwood,’ Cadillac Cicatrix, Issue
           Perez, Magdalene, “Armory Week: LA Brings the Heat,” (Image) ARTINFO, February 24
           Ollman, Leah, “A Can-do Spirit And A Comical Approach,” Los Angeles Times, Jan. 12 

       

2005   Image Reproduction, Chicago Reader, June 24, pg. 22

           Workman, Michael, “Wicker Park's Fourth Wave,” New City Chicago, July 23, pg. 19

 

2003   McIntyre, Ernest, “Exhibits Urge Hidden Child To Come Out, Play,” The Arizona Republic, March 28

 

Public Collections

 

San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA

The Cornell Fine Arts Museum, Winter Park, FL