William WOOD

WILLIAM WOOD
BORN:   1960, Huntington, New York
            Lives and works in New York City
EDUCATION:
1982     B.S., Manhattan College, New York
            School of Visual Arts, New York
SOLO EXHIBITIONS:
2004-05 “Emergence,” Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygen, WI
2004     “Recent Paintings” Jack Shainman Gallery, New York, NY
2003     “William Wood: New Work,” Danese, New York, NY
            “Polaroids,” The Art Wall at the Bowery Poetry Club, New York, NY
2002     “William Wood,” Haines Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2003     “William Wood,” Kevin Bruk Gallery, Miami, FL
2001     “William Wood,” Danese, New York
            William Wood,” Renate Schröder Galerie, Koln, Germany
2000     “William Wood,” Douglas Udell Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
            “William Wood,” Hosfelt Gallery, San Francisco
1999     “William Wood,” Galerie Xippas, Paris, France
            “Recent Paintings,” Danese, New York
            “William Wood: Recent Paintings,” Mario Diacono Gallery, Boston
1998     Windows Gallery, Brussels, Belgium
            Reynolds Gallery, Richmond, Virginia
            Albert Merola Gallery, Provincetown, Massachusetts
1997     “William Wood: Works on Paper,” Danese, New York
            “William Wood: Recent Paintings,” Daniel Weinberg Gallery, San Francisco
            Jean Bernier Gallery, Athens, Greece
1996     Linda Kirkland Gallery, New York

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS:
2007     “Black and Light” Kleinert/ James Arts Center, Woodstock, NY
2006     “The 2006 Collectors Show and Sale” Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AK 
            “What Works”, Gallery 117, New York, NY
2005     “Head Over hand: Pushing the Limits of Paint, Denise Bibro Fine Art, New York, NY
            “2005 Collectors Show and Sale”, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AK
2004     “Paintings that Paint Themselves or so it Seems”, Kresge Art Museum, Michigan
            “A Charge to Keep”, Jack Shainman Gallery, New York, NY
            “On”, Xippas Gallery, Athens, Greece
            “A Five-Year Survey of the Altoids Curiously Strong Collection”, New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, NY
2003     “Grisaille,” JG Contemporary, New York, NY
            “Becoming,” Curated by Dimitrios Antonitsis, Hydra, Greece
2002     “Northern Light,” Danese, New York, New York
            “New Editions & Monoprints,” Pace/Prints, New York, New York
            “Artists to Artists: A Decade of The Space Program, An Exhibition of Works from The Marie
                    Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation,” Ace Gallery, New York, New York
            “Shoichi Aoki: Fruits/William Wood: New Work,” Kevin Bruk Gallery, Miami, Florida
            “Escape from the Vault: The Contemporary Museum’s Collection Breaks Out,”
                   The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii
2001     “Group Exhibition,” Lemberg Gallery, Ferndale, Michigan
            “W,” Musee Des Beaux-Arts, Dole, France
            “Mary McDonnell, Casey Williams, William Wood,” Barbara Davis Gallery, Houston
            “Carl Fudge, John Pomara, William Wood,” Eugene Binder Gallery, Marfa, Texas
            “Summer Group Exhibition,” Danese, New York
2000     “Altoids Curiously Strong Collection,” The San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco
            “Painting Today – Overseas and Here,” Renate Schröder Galerie, Köln, Germany
            “Small Abstract Paintings and Sculpture,” Eugene Binder, Long Island City, New York
            “New Work: Abstract Painting,” Hosfelt Gallery, San Francisco
1999     “Abstraction,” Robert Kidd Gallery, Birmingham, MI
            “Pictorial Abstraction,” Temple Gallery of Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PA
            “Sheer Abstraction,” Barbara Davis Gallery, Houston, Texas
            “The Great Debate: American Abstraction, American Realism,” Susquehanna Art Museum, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
1998     “Art of Four Decades 1958 - 1998,” San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco
            “American Academy Invitational Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture,” American Academy of
                   Arts and Letters, New York
            “Drawings...,” Meyerson & Nowinski, Seattle, Washington
            “Works on Paper by Contemporary and Modern Masters,” Barbara Davis Gallery, Houston,Texas
            “Paintings by William Wood and Joey Kotting,” University of Missouri, Kansas City, Missouri
1997     “Selected Works,” Danese, New York
            “New Works: Drawings Today,” San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco
            “Emerging Artists,” PaceWildenstein, New York
            “Painting and Sculpture,” LuhringAugustine, New York
            “Hybrid,” curated by Mari Spirito, Mario Diacono Gallery, Boston
            “Carl Fudge, John Pomara, William Wood,” Eugene Binder, Long Island City, NY
            “Intimate Universe Revisited,” curated by Michael Walls, Robert Steele Gallery, New York
            Group Exhibition, Albert Merola Gallery, Provincetown, Massachusetts
            “Alive & Well, New Paintings,” Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York
1996     “Art Show,” Ryall Porter Architects, New York
            “Material Madness,” The Work Space, New York
            “Method & Multiplicity,” curated by Richmond Burton, Apex Art, New York
2001     Regen Projects, Gramercy International Art Fair, curated by Jack Pierson, Los Angeles
1994     “Art on Paper,” Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, NC
            “Selections Winter ‘94,” The Drawing Center, New York
            “Paintings,” Arena Gallery, Brooklyn, New York
1993     “Contemporary Drawings Part III,” Arena Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY:
2004     Green, Roger, “Paintings seem to form themselves”, The Ann Arbor News, Friday October 22,
                    page E4
            Travel Host, Unique Art Exhibition, October/ November 2004, Page 22             
            Tigner, Amanda, “Kresge spots trend in painting: Paintings that Paint Themselves”, City Pulse,
                    September 8, 2004 p. 22 East Lansing, MI
2003     Welsh, Mark. “Central Park Zest,” El Décor, August-September, 2003, pp. 114-119, ill.
                  “William Wood,” The New Yorker, March 17, 2003, p. 42.
2002     Baker, Kenneth.  “Wood’s painted shapes float in a world unto themselves,” San Francisco
                    Chronicle, December 21, 2002, p. D12.
            Renzi, Jen, “Nouveau Ritz,” Interior Design, March 2002, No. 3, p. S16. Illus.
2001     Steinberg, Michael. Up & Coming: An Inside Guide to The Emerging Art Scene in New York, Vilo
                     International, Paris, 2001, p.133.
            Chambers, Christopher. “Altoids’ Curiously Strong Collection at newmuseum in New York,”
                    d art international, Vol. 4, No. 2, Spring 2001, pp. 43 – 44, illus.
            “Critics’ Pick,” Time Out, April 19 – 26, Issue No. 291, pp. 63 – 64.
            “May Picks,” NY Arts, Vol. 6, No. 5, May 2001, p. 73, illus.
            “Altoids Gift to New Museum,” Art in America, Vol. 89, No. 3, March 2001, p. 158.
2000     Baker, Kenneth. “Abtraction is in the Eye of the Artist and Beholder,” San Francisco Chronicle,
                    Saturday, June 24, 2000.
            Turner, Grady T. “Beautiful Dreamers, Emerging American Painters, Circa 2000,” Flash Art,
                    January – February 2000,Vol. XXXIII, No. 210, pp.64 – 67, illus.
            Bonetti, David. “Gallery Watch: Driven to Dynamic Abstraction,” San Francisco Examiner, January 28, 2000. P. C15.
1999     Turner, Grady, T. “William Wood,” ARTnews, May 1999, pp. 166, illus.
            Lloyd, Ann Wilson. “William Wood at Danese and Mario Diacono,” Art in America, May 1999, pp. 163-164, illus.
            Johnson, Ken. “William Wood,” The New York Times, Friday, January 29, 1999, E36.
            Conis. “William Wood,” NY Arts, February 1999, vol. 3, no. 2, p. 56.
            Levin, Kim. “William Wood,” The Villiage Voice, January 26, 1999, Vol. XLIV, no 3, p.87.
            “William Wood,” The New Yorker, January 25, 1999, pp. 14 - 15.
            Korotkin, Joyce. “William wood, Danese Gallery,” The New York Art World, February, 1999, vol. 2, no 6, p. 6.
            Ruggieri, John. “William Wood at Mario Diacono,” Bay Windows, Boston, February 4, 1999,   p. 6- B, 13-B.
 1998     Gardner, Paul. “Taking the Plunge,” ARTnews, February, 1998, p.113.
            Wende, Andre van der. “Provincetown Banner,” September 10, 1998, p. 30.
            Polsky, Richard. Art Market Guide 1998, Danese Gallery, “Best Buy”.
            Turner, Elisa. “Southern Exposure,” Ambrosino Gallery, The Miami Herald, September 18, 1998, p.10.
1997     Goff, Robert. Forbes Magazine, October 20, 1997, p. 322.
            Glueck, Grace. “William Wood at Linda Kirkland Gallery,” The New York Times, January 19, p.C27.
            Koplos, Janet. “William Wood at Linda Kirkland,” Art in America, June, p. 117.
            Moody, Tom. “William Wood at Linda Kirkland Gallery,” Artforum, March, pp. 94-97.
            Spirito, Mari. “William Wood at Linda Kirkland Gallery,” artsMedia, January/February, p. 38.
            Unger, Miles. “Hybrid at Mario Diacono Gallery, Boston, MA,” Art New England,
                    October/November
            Walcott, Ellison Austin. “William Wood, Danese Gallery,” Review, October 1, p. 35-36.
            “William Wood at Linda Kirkland,” New Yorker Magazine, Gallery-Chelsea.
1995     “Contemporary Drawings at Arena,” New York Press, June.
AWARDS:
1997     Marie Walsh Sharpe Foundation Studio Grant
CATALOGUES AND BROCHURES:
2002     “Artists to Artists - A Decade of the Space Program,” The Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation
2001     “Nebeneinander III: Painting Today – Overseas and Here,” Renate Schröder Galerie, Cologne.
1999     “William Wood,” Galerie Xippas, Paris, essay by David Rimanelli.
            “On Painting’s Lightitude: William Wood, Painting at Mario Diacono Gallery,” Boston, Massachussets, January 1999.
1998      “Drawings,” Meyerson & Nowinski Gallery, Seattle, Washington. illus.
1997      “Carl Fudge, John Pomara, William Wood,” Eugene Binder, New York.
1996     “Method & Multiplicity,” curated by Richmond Burton, Apex Art, New York.
1994     “Selections Winter’ 94,” The Drawing Center, reproductions.
SELECTED PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
The New Museum of Contemporary Art
JP Morgan Chase Collection, New York
The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii
General Dynamics, Falls Church, Virginia
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco
The Prudential Art Collection, Newark, New Jersey
Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina, Greensboro
Progressive Corporate Art Collection, Mayfield Village, OH
Kresge Art Museum, East Lansing, MI
Daum Museum, Sedalia, MO
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Silver, 1999

William WOOD

oil and wax on canvas, 69 x 51 inches