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Steven Alexander


									Steven Alexander
Lives and works in Dalton, PA

Columbia University, New York City, MFA, 1977
Austin College, Sherman, Texas, BA, 1975

Selected Solo Exhibitions
2009 – Gremillion & Co. Fine Art, Houston, TX (scheduled)
2007 - Gremillion & Co. Fine Art, Houston, TX (catalogue with essay by Lillie Wei)
2006 - Test Pattern Gallery, Scranton, PA
2004 - Gremillion & Co. Fine Art, Houston, TX (catalogue)
2002 - Gremillion & Co. Fine Art, Houston, TX, (catalogue)
2001 - Mahady Contemporary Gallery, Marywood University, Scranton, PA
     - Gremillion Gallery, Austin, TX (catalogue)
2000 - Gremillion & Co. Fine Art, Houston, TX
1999 - AFA Gallery, Scranton, PA
1997 - Suraci Gallery, Marywood University, Scranton, PA
1995 - Kings College, Wilkes Barre, PA
1994 - Roxx Gallery, Baltimore, MD
1992 - Amdur Gallery, Austin, TX
1989 - Knitting Factory, New York City, (performance)
1988 - Knitting Factory, New York City, (performance)
1986 - Waterfront Studio, Brooklyn, NY
1982 - 161 Space, New York City
1978 - P.S. 1, Long Island City, NY (open studio installation)
1977 - Columbia University Campus Sites, New York City

Steven Alexander

Selected Group Exhibitions
2009 – Blogpix, Denise Bibro Platform, New York City
     - Gallery OneTwentyEight, New York City
2007 - SACI Gallery, Florence, Italy
2006 - Scope/Miami International Art Fair, Heidi Cho Gallery, New York City
     - Heidi Cho Gallery, New York City
2004 - Heidi Cho Gallery, New York City
2003 - Gremillion & Co. Fine Art, Houston, TX
2001 - Institute for International Education, U. N. Plaza, New York City
1999 - Gremillion & Co. Fine Art, Houston, TX
     - Gremillion Gallery, Austin, TX
1998 - Everhart Museum, Scranton, PA
1996 - The Painting Center, New York City
1994 - Takasaki Art Center College, Takasaki, Japan (catalogue)
1993 - AFA Gallery, Scranton, PA
     - Inman Gallery, Houston, TX
1992 - Janus Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
     - D-Art Visual Arts Center, Dallas, TX (catalogue)
1991 - Sena Galleries, Santa Fe, NM
1990 - Mexic-Arte Museum, Austin, TX
1989 - Mexic-Arte Museum, Austin, TX
1975 - Modern Art Museum, Ft. Worth, TX
     - Mountain View College, Dallas, TX
1974 - Oklahoma Art Museum, Oklahoma City
     - Art Museum of South Texas, Port Arthur, TX

Steven Alexander
Awards & Commissions
2008 – Commission, Lobby, Hines Building, 600 Lexington Avenue, New York City
     - Commission, MD Anderson Medical Center, Houston, TX
2002 – Commission, Mercedes Benz Corporation, USA
2000 - F. Lammot Belin Foundation Grant for Painting
1984 - Summer Studio Residency, P.S.122, New York City
1977-78 - Studio Residency, P.S.1, Long Island City, NY

Selected Collections
Aegis Mortgage, Baton Rouge, LA
Artists Circle Ltd, Potomac, MD
Asbury Place Development, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX
Compaq Computer Corporation, Houston, TX
Continental Airlines, Atlanta, GA, and Newark, NJ
Crown Castle International, Houston, TX
Felcore Loding Trust, Dallas, TX
Ford, Powell & Carson, San Antonio, TX
Fresh Paint, Culver City, CA
Hines Interests, New York City
Hunter & Sage, Houston, TX
In His Grip LLC, Solana Beach, CA
Macon & Co, Atlanta, GA
Mercedes Benz Corporation, USA
Mountain View College, Dallas, TX
Ogden, Gibson, Brooks & Longoria, Houston, TX
Pegasus Solutions, Dallas, TX
Preferred Capital, Tahoe City, CA
R.R. Williams & Associates, Houston, TX
Trammell Crow Co, Dallas, TX
Univation Technologies, Houston, TX

And numerous private collections throughout the US and in Canada and Europe

Steven Alexander (cont’d.)
Selected Bibliography
Mattera, Joanne, “Awash In Color: Roy G. Biv and Friends”, Joanne Mattera Art Blog,
     May 28, 2008
Wei, Lilly, “Color, Actually”, Steven Alexander: World At Large, exhibition catalogue,
     Gremillion & Co. Fine Art, Houston, 2007
Forart, “Steven Alexander at Test Pattern”, Electric City Renaissance online, June 7, 2006
Steven Alexander: Terra Sutra, exhibition catalogue, Gremillion & Co. Fine Art,
     Houston, 2004
Steven Alexander: As What Is, exhibition catalogue, Gremillion & Co. Fine Art, Houston, 2002
Barnes, Michael, “Alexander’s Andalucia”, Austin American Statesman, May 12, 2001
Steven Alexander: Andalucia, exhibition catalogue, Gremillion Gallery, Austin, 2001
1992 Critic’s Choice, exhibition catalogue, D-Art Visual Arts Center, Dallas, 1992
Levy, Rebecca, “The Artist’s Eye”, Austin Chronicle, October 25, 1991
Whittaker, Michael, “That’s Pretty Great”, Austin Chronicle, September 15, 1989
Palmer, Robert, “The Pop Life”, The New York Times, June 23, 1982
Shore, Michael, “How Does It Look? How Does It Sound?”, ARTnews, November 1980
Rockwell, John, “Model Citizens”, The New York Times, September 11, 1979

Teaching and Lectures
Present - Associate Professor of Art, Marywood University, Scranton, Pennsylvania
2005 - Visiting Professor at Studio Art Centers International, Florence, Italy
2003 - Visiting Artist at Parsons School of Design, New York City
1999 - Visiting Professor at Studio Art Centers International, Florence, Italy
1996 - Taught Painting at Marywood University/France, Anjou and Paris
1990-1993 - Adjunct Professor of Art at Austin Community College, Austin, TX

Steven Alexander (cont’d.)
Curating, Writing and Editing
2008-09 – Selected reviews and observations published as a weblog online at
2007 - “Gary Komarin’s Zone of Continuity”, catalogue essay for Gary Komarin: Mexican
       Thoughts exhibition catalogue, published by Gail Severn Gallery, Sun Valley, Idaho.
2001 - "Painting and the Figure", catalogue essay for Five Figurative Painters exhibition
       catalogue, published by AFA Gallery, Scranton, PA.
2000 - Curator and essayist for "NATURE: Contemporary Art & the Natural World",
       Contemporary Gallery, Marywood University, including works by Per Kirkeby, Eugene
       Leroy, Maya Lin, Judy Pfaff, Milton Resnick, Susan Rothenberg, Joan Snyder, Pat
       Steir, Don Van Vliet, Terry Winters.
1997 - Curator and catalogue essayist for The Poetic Object: Paintings of Rebecca Purdum,
       exhibition catalogue published by Contemporary Gallery, Marywood University.
1976 – Edited and designed ROOMS P.S.1, catalogue for the “Rooms” exhibition at P.S.1
       Contemporary Art Center, published by the Institute for Art and Urban Resources,
       New York City.
Other Selected Projects
2001 - Completed “Andalucia Suite”, a group of three original color lithographs, in
       collaboration with master printer Peter Webb at Strike Editions in Austin, TX, suite is
       published in limited edition of 50 by Gremillion Publishing, Houston, TX.
1978-1984 - Composed, recorded and performed music in New York City, touring extensively
       in the US and Europe, and collaborating with John Cale, Dennis & Chandra
       Oppenheim, and Arthur Baker, among others. Recordings include The Dance, Soul
       Force, LP (Statik UK, reissued 2007, ReRelease); The Dance, In Lust, LP (Statik UK);
       The Dance, Dance for Your Dinner, EP (On/Go Go); Chandra, Transportation, EP
       (On/Go Go, reissued 2008, Cantor); Model Citizens, EP (Spy Records).
1982 - The Dance, Performances in London, Hamburg, Munster, Brussels, Amsterdam,
       Rotterdam, San Francisco, Berkeley, Boston, Philadelphia, Washington DC, New
       York City and elsewhere

Steven Alexander (cont’d)

1979 - Carnegie Hall, New York City, “First Concert of the ‘80s”, Performance by Model
     - Cotton Club, Harlem, New York City, “An Evening with Model Citizens”


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