WILLIAM STONE

Works and lives in NYC

Solo Exhibitions

 

2014      Based on Base, John Davis Gallery, Hudson, NY

2011       Framed, James Fuentes Gallery, New York, NY

2009       WARES, James Fuentes Gallery, New York

2007       Let's Subtle Down Together, James Fuentes Gallery, New York, NY

2004          Plural Nouns and Viscious Circles,  Art Moving Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2000           Mind Your Head, James Fuentes Gallery, New York, NY

1999       Musings and Ruminations, Emily Harvey Gallery, New York, NY

1998       Chair Repair in the Former Superintendent's Apartment, Thatcher, New York, NY

1991       Diverse Works, Houston, TX

1990       Tom Cugliani Gallery, New York, NY

1989       Tom Cugliani Gallery, New York, NY

1988       Tom Cugliani Gallery, New York, NY

               Hillman Holland Gallery, Atlanta, GA

1987       The Clocktower, P.S. One Museum, New York, NY

1984       Emily Harvey Gallery, New York, NY

 

Selected Group Exhibitions

 

2015        12th Havana Biennial, 2015, Bustamante Studio, Havana, Cuba

2014        The Body Metonymic, curated by Stephen Goody and Monica Bowman,

         Oakland University Art Gallery, Detroit, MI

                Friends of Thomas, Gallery Lok, New York, NY

2013        Extravagant Features, curated by Clarissa Dalrymple, C24 Gallery New York, NY

2012        Inaugural Group Show, CR10, Hudson, NY

                Nada Hudson, with James Fuentes Gallery, Hudson, NY

                Furniture, Invisible Exports, New York, NY

    Potential Fields, curated by Francine McGivern, Clermont State Historic Site, NY 

                Something About a Tree, curated by Linda Yablonsky, Flagg Art Foundation, NY

                Heavy Equipment, curated by Francine McGivern, CR10 Livingston, NY

2010        cinema { } poesis, curated by L. Brandon Krall, Emily Harvey Foundation, NY

2007        Drawing is a Verb and a Noun, James Fuentes Gallery, NY

               Programing Chance, Emilly Harvey Foudation, NY

                Merit Badge 2, curated by Jason Middlebrook, Rockland Center for the Arts,  NY

                Digital Political Time Lapse, Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY

                Wit on Wry, curated by Karen Shaw  Islip art Museum

2006        WORD, curated by L. Brandon Krall, Deborah Colton Gallery, Houston, TX

2005        Summer goup show,  Postmasters Gallery,  New York, NY

                Group show, Archivo Emily Harvey, Venice, Italy

2004        Yesterday Begins Tomorrow, Deste Foundation, Athens, Greece

2003        Site Specifics '03, installation Islip Art Museum, Islip, NY

                Territories, Denise  Markonish curator  Artspace  New Haven, CT

                       and Gallery Fur Landschaftkunst,  Hamburg, Germany

2000               The Notion of Motion, Islip Art Museum, Karen Shaw curator, Islip NY

LIT. FIG. Work from Words, The Space @ Media Triangle, New York, NY

                  Installation, Pratt College Sculpture Park, New York, NY

2001          Hydro, Marcel Sitcoske Gallery, Erin Parish, curator, San Francisco, CA

Between Sound and Vision, curated by Hannah Higgins, Gallery 400, University of   

     Illinois at Chicago, IL

2001               To the Flag: Taking Liberties, Three Rivers Arts Festival Gallery,

                       Kimberly Marrero, curator, Pittsburgh, PA

                  Recovery Drum, installation, Pratt Sculpture Park, New York, NY

2002          Location, Location Location, installation - Postmasters Gallery, New York, NY Inaugural exhibition, Archivo Emily Harvey, Venice, Italy

1999         Forces of Nature in Contemporary Art, Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY

                  All Day I Hear the Noise of Many Waters Making Moan, Postmasters Gallery, New York, NY

1998         Group Show, Emily Harvey‑Lance Fung Galleries, New York, NY

1996         Funhouse, E.S. Vandam Gallery, New York, NY

1995         Synesthesia, San Antonio Museum of Contemporary Art, San Antonio, TX

                  Clocks, TZ Art, New York, NY

                  Three Group Shows, Mad River Post, Erin Parish, curator, New York, NY

1993     Flux Attitude, The New Museum, New York, NY

1994             Old Glory, Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, David Rubin, curator, Cleveland, OH

1995              Group Show, Lok Gallery, New York, NY

1996             10 x 10, TZ Art, New York, NY

1992         Comfort, Christopher Grimes Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

1991         The Technological Muse, The Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah, NY

                  Better Homes and Monuments, Memorial Arch, Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn, NY

1989             Artificial Nature, curator Jeffrey Deitch, The House of Cyprus, Deste

     Foundation, Athens, Greece                                                                                       

                Fluxus Group Show, Emily Harvey Gallery, New York, NY

                  All Quiet on the Western Front, Gallerie Antoine Candou, Paris, France

1989             Clockwork, List Center for Visual Arts, Massachusetts Institute of Technology,

                       Cambridge, MA

                 The Drowned World, P.S. 1 Museum, Queens, NY

                 Homemade, The Nature of the Object, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY

                 PB: Works on Lead, Nora Haime Gallery, New York, NY

Strange Attractors: the Spectacle of Chaos, curated by Klaus Ottmann, 1140 N.  

     Dayton, Chicago, IL

                 Temperance, David Beitzel Gallery, New York, NY

                 Fluxus and Company, Emily Harvey Gallery, New York, NY

                 New Aqcuisitions, Progressive Corporation, Dayton, OH

1988         Fatal Strategies, Stephan Stux Gallery, curated by Klaus Ottmann and Leslie

                      Tonkonow, New York, NY

Redefining the Object, curator Barry Rosenberg, University Art Gallery, Wright State

     University and Cleveland Center of Contemporary Art, Cleveland, OH

                 Interaction, Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, CT

                 Complexity and Contradiction, curator Klaus Ottmann, Zilka Gallery, NY                                                Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT

                 Group Show, Tom Cugliani Gallery, New York, NY

                 Motorized Sculpture, curated by David Rubin, Freedman Gallery, Albright College, PA

1987         Art that Moves, Laguana Gloria Art Museum, Austin, TX

                 Inaugural Show, Tom Cugliani Gallery, New York, NY

                 The Multiple Object, Bank of Boston Gallery, curated by Marjorie Jacobson and

                      Judith Fox, Boston, MA

1984         Mechanisms, P.S.1 Museum, curated by Tom Finklepearl, Queens, NY

 

Books and Catalogs

 

The Body Metonymic, curated by Stephen Goody and Monica Bowman, Oakland University Art  

     Gallery, Detroit, MI

NEW ART, Harry N. Abrams, Inc., NY

Fatal Strategies, Tonkonow, Leslie and Ottman, Klaus, Stephan Stux Gallery, January 1988

The Multiple Object, curated by Marjorie Fox Jacobson and Judith Hoos, Bank of Boston,

     March 1988

Redefining the Object, Art Galleries, Wright State University, curated by Barry A. Rosenberg, essay by Dan Cameron

Interaction: Light, Sound, Motion, Aldrich Museum, Miranda McClintic, essay

Strange Attractors: the Spectacle of Chaos, 1140 N. Dayton, Klaus Ottmann, curator

Artificial Nature, The House of Cyprus, Jeffrey Deitch curator, Deste Foundation, Athens, Greece

Old Glory, curator David Rubin, Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Ohio

Synesthesia, San Antonio Museum of Contemporary Art, San Antonio, TX

 

Articles and Reviews

 

Deitch, Jeffrey            The Bad Light Photography Show at Strap, Art in America, March 1980

Brenson, Michael       12 Artists Shown in “Unknown” at P.S. 1, The New York Times,

26 October 1984

Preddy, Jane              New Spaces, Cover Magazine, April 1988

Mahoney, Robert       Fatal Strategies, Arts Magazine, May 1988

Raynot, Vivien            Works by the New and the Eccentric, The New York Times, 22 May 1988

Ottman, Klaus             Review, Flash Art, Summer 1988

Morgan, Robert C.     Anti-Style, or the Installation as a Pleasurable Text, Arts, Summer 1988

Ottman, Klaus             Review, Flash Art, Supper 1988

Russel, John               Provocative Exhibitions at Museums and Galleries that are near New York City, The New York Times, 14 August 1988

Zimmer, William           Kinetic Sculpture's Abstract Techniques, The New York Times, Aug.1988

Mahoney, Robert       William Stone, Arts, Summer 1988

Morgan, Robert C.     Fatal Strategies: Exhibition Review, CEPA Quarterly, Spring 1988

Ben, Tsipi                   Interaction: Light, Sound, Motion, Sculpture, January/February 1989

Princenthal, Nancy     Vik Muniz at Stux, William Stone, Tom Cugliani, Art In America, April 1988

Schwendenwien, Jude  William Stone: Tom Cugliani Gallery, Artforum, March 1989

Faust, Gretchen          William Stone: Tom Cugliani Gallery, NIKE, March/April 1989

Brenson, Michael       The Drowned World, The New York Times, 16 June 1989

Brenson, Michael       Review, The New York Times, 12 January 1990

Nereim, Anders          Who's Muse? The Spectacle of Chaos, Inland Architect, Jan./Feb. 1990

Faust, Gretchen          Review, Arts, September 1990

Nahas, Dominique      Review, d'Art International, Spring/summer 1999

Liu, Timothy                Review, New Art Examiner, July/August 1999

Morgan, Robert C.      Alchemy, World Sculpture News, Summer 2012