Charles Andresen | Biography

Biography

CHARLES ANDRESEN

1964 Born November 19 in Phoenix, Arizona
1983-84 Writes art reviews for Phoenix New Times and Artspace

Education

1980-83 Phoenix College, Phoenix
1983 Arizona State University, Tempe
1985-88 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia (Four-Year Certificate)
1986-87 University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia

One Person Exhibitions

2017 Reyes Projects, Birmingham, MI
2017 Geary Contemporary, New York
2015 Workshop @ Christian Berst Art Brut, New York
2014 The Green Gallery, Milwaukee
2011 Guided By Invoices Gallery, New York
2006 Susanne Hilberry Gallery, Ferndale, MI
2003 Derek Eller Gallery, New York
2000 James Fuentes Gallery, New York
1995 Turner Byrne & Runyon Gallery, Dallas
1994 Turner Byrne & Runyon Gallery, Dallas

Group Exhibitions

2016 Transactions: Art & Poetry Exchange, curated by Gary Jurysta, Spinning Plate Gallery, Pittsburgh
2015 Employee Art Show, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
2014 Employee Art Show, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
2013 Signature Works, Guided By Invoices Gallery, New York
  SW!PE Magazine : Off The Clock, National Arts Club, New York
2012 SW!PE 3 Magazine Launch Exhibition, Spattered Columns, New York
  Artists Guarding Artists, Family Business, New York
  Employee Art Show, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
2011 SW!PE 2 Magazine Launch Exhibition, 25 CPW Gallery, New York
2010 Inaugural Exhibition, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts Alumni Gallery, Philadelphia
  Employee Art Show, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
  SW!PE Magazine Launch Exhibition, 25 CPW Gallery, New York
2008 81/2 x 11 / A4, James Fuentes, LLC, New York
2007 Employee Art Show, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
  New York Alumni Club of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Exhibition, Brooklyn
  Visual Grammar, curated by Gary Jurysta, Digging Pitt Gallery, Pittsburgh
2006 Sanctuary and Undercroft, St. Phillip’s Church, New York
  The Critique Group, Concrete Walls, Los Angeles
2005 Employee Art Show, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
2003 Group Exhibition, Schmidt/Dean Gallery, Philadelphia
2002 True Paint, curated by Andrew Chesler, Jay Grimm Gallery, New York
2001 Employee Art Show, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
  ARCO Contemporary Art Fair, Madrid, Spain
2000 2000 Años Luz, Centro de Arte La Recova Espacio Cultural El Tanque, Tenerife, Canary Islands
  Assorted Flavors, curated by Andrew Chesler, Catherine Moore Fine Art, New York
  Small Abstract Paintings and Sculpture, Eugene Binder Gallery, Long Island City, New York
  Employee Art Show, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
  Assorted Flavors, Catherine Moore Fine Art, New York
1999 Size Matters, GAle GAtes et al., Brooklyn
  4 x 4, Alexandre De Folin Gallery, New York
  Twenty-Six American Artists, curated by Marc Lambrechts, Campo & Campo, Antwerp
  Optopussy, Angstrom Gallery, Dallas
  Acrylic/Plastic, TransHudson Gallery, New York
  Employee Art Show, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
1998 Little, Jeffrey Coploff Fine Art, New York
  Open Salvo, curated by Juan Puntes, White Box, New York
  The Fourth Independents’ Biennial, El Bohio Cultural Center, New York
  View Three, curated by Klaus Kertess, Mary Boone Gallery, New York
1997 All The Things You Are, Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington (Massachusetts)
1996 Method and Multiplicity, curated by Richmond Burton, Apex Art, New York
1991 Employee Art Show, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
  Pure Paint/Studio Sites, Arlington Museum of Art, Arlington (Texas)
  The Legacy of Hank Herron, Turner & Byrne Gallery, Dallas
1989 Employee Art Show, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
1988 Annual Student Exhibition, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia

Bibliography

2017 Miller, M. H. "From Grey Gardens to Geary Contemporary", The Art Newspaper, theartnewspaper.com, January 13, 2017 (view article)
  Miller, M. H. "The Unlikely Artists Behind This Season's Most Colorful Show", The New York Times, newyorktimes.com, January 10, 2017 (view article)
  Martinez, Alanna. "How the White House Was Won (in Pictures), and 5 Other Things to Do in New York Now", The New York Observer, observer.com, January 9, 2017 (view article)
2016 Zuchowski, Dave. "Writing about the Abstract", Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, p.EZ-2 Friday January 8, 2016
2015 Laster, Paul. "12 Things to Do in New York's Art World Before October 16", The New York Observer, observer.com, October 12, 2015 (view article)
2012 Schwabsky, Barry. "Charles Andresen", Artforum, January, 2012, pp.223 - 224 (illustration)
2011 Lowenstein, Drew. "Blobs, Under The Radar : Charles Andresen at Guided By Invoices", artcritical.com November 30, 2011 (view article)
2000 Bernbach, Sarah. "Island Hopping", 2000 Años Luz, October 17 - November 22, 2000, pp. 12, 32-33 (illustration)
1999 Twenty-Six American Artists, Campo & Campo, September 17 – October 2, 1999, p. 6 (illustration)
  New York Contemporary Art Report, July/August 1999, p. 127 (illustration)
1998 Drenner, Craig. "View Three", NY Arts, May 1998, p. 29
  Johnson, Ken. "Last Chance: View Three", The New York Times, May 8, 1998, p. E32
  Johnson, Ken. "View Three", The New York Times, May 1, 1988, P. E43
  "On The Cover: 'View Three'", Art Now Gallery Guide, April 1988, p. 14 (illustration)
1996 Burton, Richmond. "Method and Multiplicity", Apex Art, September 12 – October 19, 1996 (illustration)
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1995 Odom, Michael. "On View Dallas", New Art Examiner, January 1995, p. 31 (illustration)
1994 Kutner, Janet. "Gallery Grazing", The Dallas Morning News Guide, September 9, 1994, p. 31
  Isola, Marina. "Charles Andresen", The Met, September 29, 1994, p. 26 (illustration)
  Mitchell, Charles Dee. "Near-Debuts Open Season at Three Art Galleries", The Dallas Morning News, Sunday, September 26, 1994, Section C, p. 8
1991 Tyson, Janet. "Piling on the Paint in Imaginary Studios", Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Thursday PM, September 29, 1991, Section E, p. 6
  Brink, Cynthia. "Color Conspiracy", Tempo, September 15-21, 1991
  Kusin, David. "A Wall-to-Wall Installation", Dallas Times Herald, September 5, 1991
  Hudson, Doug. "Museum's Exhibit Combines Talents of Artist and Students", Arlington Citizen-Journal Life, September 1, 1991
  Moody, Tom. "What You See is What You Saw", Dallas Observer, May 9, 1991, p. 19
  Tyson, Janet. "Modern Muscle", Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Sunday, May 26, 1991