RARE at Scope Miami Beach (Booth D11), December 3 – 8, featuring artists Maya Brodsky, Dionisios Fragias, and Zach Horn
Important smoke drawing by Daphne Arthur acquired by California African American Museum (Los Angeles)
Jimmy Joe Roche's large-scale wall sculptures acquired by Baltimore Museum of Art (Maryland) and 21c Museum (Louisville, KY)
Major sculpture by Johnston Foster acquired by Muscarelle Museum of Art at the College of William & Mary (Williamsburg, VA)
Johnston Foster in Material Transformations at Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts (Alabama), through January 5, and at Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville (Florida), January 25 – April 6
Nathan Ritterpusch and Christina Shurts to exhibit at Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design (Denver), January 9-29
Maya Brodsky in solo show at University of Maine Museum of Art (Bangor), June 20 – September 20
MFA, University of California, Santa Barbara, California
BFA, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas
School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
SOLO AND TWO PERSON EXHIBITIONS
Project 4 Gallery, Washington D.C. (Date TBD)
On Entry, RARE Gallery, New York, New York, January 2012
Secret Place, Hiestand Galleries, Miami University, Oxford, OH, January 2011
Closer and Closer,RARE, New York, New York, February 2010.
Into the Light, Okay Mountain, Austin, Texas, January 2010.
GAZER, Cress Gallery of Art, University of Tennessee, Chattanooga, Tennessee, October 2009.
Andrea Cohen and Christine Gray, Project 4 Gallery, Washington, D.C., August 2009.
Depth of Field: Christine Gray and Terri Weifenbach, Fosdick-Nelson Gallery, Alfred University, Alfred, New York, January 2009.
Spring Thaw, Project 4 Gallery, Washington, D.C., April 2008, essay by Kriston Capps.
Mimeographic Spectrum, Okay Mountain, Austin, Texas, July 2007
In Case We Don't Die, Torrance Art Museum, Torrance, CA, March 2013
Beyond Vision: Messages from the Holographic Universe, Salisbury University Art Galleries, Salisbury, MD, March 2013
Conventional Wisdom, Delicious Spectacle, Washington, DC, October 2012
Internal Intricacies, Capitol One West Creek Town Center, Richmond, VA, March 2012
In Season, Project 4 Gallery, Washington, DC, December 2011
Subject/Object, Ebers Moore Gallery, Chicago, IL, July 2011
The History of What, Silas Marder Gallery, Bridgehampton, NY June 2011
The Big Show, Silas Marder Gallery, Bridgehampton, NY, May 2011
Liminal Light, Project 4 Gallery, Washington, DC, April 2011
SCOPE, RARE Gallery Booth, New York, NY, March 2011
Not in My Backyard, Den Contemporary
Pacific Design Center, West Hollywood, CA, June 2010
SCOPE, RARE Gallery Booth, New York, NY March 2010
2010 Young Painters Competition: Finalist Exhibition, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, December 2009 (Juried by Rapheala Platow)
8x12, RARE, New York, New York, November 2009
Antler Necklace, Half Dozen Gallery, Portland, Oregon, November 2009 (Curated by Amber Vilas)
FEED, 1708 Gallery, Richmond, Virginia, June 2009 (Juried by Ashley Kistler and Mark Sloan)
SCOPE Miami, RARE booth, Miami, Florida, December 2008.
Aqua Wynwood, Project 4 booth, Miami, Florida, December 2008.
Particularities and Abstractions, Center for the Arts Gallery, Towson University, Towson, Maryland.
Ultrasonic International III: Elementary, My Dear Watson, Mark Moore Gallery, Santa Monica, California. (catalog)
Almost Famous, Reynolds Gallery, Richmond, Virginia.
Works on Paper, Reynolds Gallery, Richmond, Virginia.
Small Claims, Page Bond Gallery, Richmond, Virginia.
SCOPE NY, Project 4 Booth, Lincoln Center, New York, New York
2, Project 4 Gallery, Washington, D.C.
New Work, Reynolds Gallery, Richmond, Virginia
Aqua Art Fair, Project 4 Booth, Aqua Hotel, Miami, Florida, December 2007
True Métier: Call For Entries 2006-2007, Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum, Santa Barbara, California, September 2007, (catalog with essays by Frederick Janka and Elizabeth Lovero; Juried by Laurel Beckman (UCSB), Aimee Chang (OCMA), Rita Gonzales (LACMA), Dane Goodman (SBCC), and Clara Kim (REDCAT))
Compass 2007, Sweeney Art Gallery, UC Riverside, Riverside, California, July 2007 (catalog with essays by Tyler Stallings and Ciara Ennis)
High 5: Emerging Art in America, CW Network Headquarters, Burbank, California, June 2007 (curated by Regine Basha, Ben Haywood, Matthew Higgs, Kathryn Kanjo, and Kristan Kennedy with catalog essay by David Pagel)
Elemental Tangents, The University Art Museum, California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo, California, February 2007
Bright Young Things, The Arts Fund Gallery, Santa Barbara, California, August 2006
2005 Texas Biennial, Bolm Studios, Austin, Texas, March 2005 (catalog with essay by Dana Friis-Hansen)
Truffle Shuffle, Camp Fig, Austin, Texas
Retreat!, Supplemen+ at Chruch of the Friendly Ghost, Austin, Texas
PUBLICATIONS AND SELECT PRESS
Book 8: Strange Daze, artist project pages, Beautiful/Decay Publications
TV Party: A Collection of Art, RVA Art Book, Inkwell Media/RVA Magazine, pp 16-17
Jonathan Beer, Artist Interview: Christine Gray, Art-Rated, blog interview and feature, June 13, 2012
French, Eliza, "In Season" Features 10 Artists at Project 4 Gallery, Borderstan, Washington,
DC, online review with photo, December 8, 2011
Maria Pithara, Gray's Table, Raiding the Larder, blog interview and feature, December 11, 2011
Denise-Stewart Sanabria, Review: Johnston Foster+Christine Gray, Art Papers, Jan/Feb 20102009
Michael Crumb, Devotion: The Art of Play, The Pulse, Vol. 6, Issue 44, Oct 29, 2009
Andy Kozlowski, Review: Feed Biennial, Art Papers, October/November 2009
Ann Nicols, Sticky Situation/Gazer: Two bodies of work by Virginia Artists open at UTC Tuesday, Chattanooga Times Free Press, Oct 11, 2009
Bird Cox, "Spiritual Geometry: Christine Gray Sifts Through Layers of America," Brick Weekly,
September 4-10, 2008
Heather Silva, "Ultrasonic International III: Elementary My Dear Watson," Flavorpill, Issue 288, September 2, 2008
Emily Lyons, Celebrating Art, Washington Spaces Magazine, Washington, DC, article with photos, Summer 2008
J.W. Mahoney, "To a different drum: in the 50 years since the Color School drew international notice, D. C.'s artists have mostly worked at a slight remove from the contemporary art world at large," Art in America, May 2008
Kriston Capps, "Spring Thaw," exhibition essay, Project 4 Gallery Jessica Dawson, "Christine Gray's Household Helpers," The Washington Post, April 25, 2008
Rachel Sitkin, "Spring Thaw Review," B-more Art, April 29, 2008
Maura Judkis, "Spring Thaw," Washington City Paper, April 30, 2008
Tim Bowring, "Interview with Christine Gray," Zero Hour, WRIR, Richmond, Virginia, November 20,
Melissa Seley, "CAF Celebrates Tri-County Artists with True Métier," Santa Barbara Independent, September 20, 2007
Josef Woodard, "Call for a Calling," Santa Barbara News Press, September 14-20, 2007
"Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum: An Artist's True Métier," CASA Magazine, September 7, 2007
Salvador Castillo, "Christine Gray: Mimeographic Spectrum," Austin Chronicle, July 20, 2007
Josef Woodard, "Becoming Part of Art: UCSB grad students' work reflects a more interactive reality," Santa Barbara News Press, May 4, 2007
Colin Gardner, "The Mirror Crack'd: On the Uses and Abuses of Formalism for Life," catalog essay from MFA Thesis Exhibition David Pagel, High Five: Emerging Art in America, catalog essay Ciara Ennis and Tyler Stallings, Compass 2007: New Art from the University of California's MFA Programs, catalog essay Frederick Janka and Elizabeth Lovero, True Métier: Call For Entries 2006-2007, catalog essay
Josef Woodard, "Hidden in Plain Sight," Santa Barbara News Press, September 1-7, 20062005
Rebecca S. Cohen, "Texas Biennial 2005," Artlies, Spring 2005, No. 46
J R Compton, "The 2005 Texas Biennial: The Illusive 3rd Dimension," Dallas Arts Revue, March, 2005
Austin Chronicle, Volume 24, No. 30, March 25, 2005
Elaine Wolff, "Digital-induced angst and sensory overload," San Antonio Current, March, 10, 2005
New American Paintings, Number 54, 2004 (back cover image)
Dean's Faculty Research Grant, Virginia Commonwealth University
Winner, 2010 Miami University Young Painters Competition for the William and Dorothy Yeck Award.
Jentel Foundation Resident Fellow
Bemis Center for Contemporary Art Residency Fellowship
Golden Foundation Fellowship
7 Below Arts Initiative Residency Fellowship
Faculty Research Reassignment, School of the Arts, Virginia Commonwealth University
Dean’s Faculty Research Grant Recipient, Virginia Commonwealth University
Dean’s Faculty Research Grant Recipient, Virginia Commonwealth University
Levitan Fellowship, University of California Santa Barbara
Chancellor's Fellowship, University of California Santa Barbara.
Juror's Choice Award, 2005 Texas Biennial
2011Visiting Artist, Maryland Institute of Contemporary Art, Baltimore, MD
2010Artist Board Member, 1708 Gallery, Richmond, VA (Chair Education and Outreach Committee '10-'11)
2010Resident Artist Lecture, Sheridan Public Library, Sheridan, WY
2009Visiting Artist, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL, Fall 2009
2008Artist Lecture, Summer Studio Program, VCU School of the Arts
2006Panelist, 5 Artists, 5 Perspectives, The Women's Center, University of California, Santa Barbara