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William Stone



Lives and works in New York, NY


CV



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CV PDF↓


CV (Selection)

Lives and works in New York, NY

Solo Exhibitions

2011

Framed, James Fuentes, New York, NY

2009

Wares, James Fuentes, New York, NY

Group Exhibitions

2014

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

2013

Something About a Tree, curated by Linda Yablonsky, Flagg Art Foundation, New
York
Extravagant Features, curated by Clarissa Dalrymple, C24 Gallery, New York

2012

Potential Fields, CR10 Arts at Clermont Historic site, Tivoli, NY

Heavy Equipment, curated by Francine Hunter McGivern, CR10 Arts at Clermont
Historic site, Tivoli, NY
Nada Hudson, with James Fuentes, Hudson, NY
Furniture, Invisible Exports, New York

2011

Alchemy, Curated by Sabrina Blaichman, Caroline Copley and Genevieve HudsonPrice,
7Eleven Gallery, New York

2010

Make Yourself at Home, Curated by Sabrina Blaichman, Caroline Copley and
Genevieve Hudson-Price, 7Eleven Gallery, New York

Cinema Poesis, The Emily Harvey Foundation, New York

Bibliography

2012

Morgan, Robert C., “William Stone”, Sculpture Magazine Volume 18, Spring

2009

“Recommended: William Stone,” New York Magazine, March

2007

Genocchio, Benjamin, “Humor, With a Serious Edge After All,” New York
Times, December

Picard, Charmaine, “NADA: Emerging Artists Pay Homage to the Masters,” Art
Newspaper, December

Selman, Joshua, “William Stone at James Fuentes LLC,” Artist Organized Art, July

Publications

“Strange Attractors: the Spectacle of Chaos,” Curated by Klaus Ottmann, Dayton, OH
“New Art,” Harry N. Abrams, Publishers, NY
“Artificial Nature,” The House of Cyprus, Curated by Jeffrey Deitch, Deste Foundation, Athens,
Greece
“Old Glory,” Curated by David Rubin, Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Cleveland, OH
“Synesthesia” San Antonio Museum of Contemporary Art, San Antonio, TX
“The Drowned World” P.S. 1 Museum, Queens, NY
“Interaction: Light, Sound, Motion,” Essay by Miranda McClintic, Aldrich Museum
“Redefining the Object,” Curated by Barry A. Rosenberg, Art Galleries, Wright State
University, Essay by Dan Cameron
“The Multiple Object,” Jacobson, Marjorie Fox, Judith Hoos, brochure, Bank of Boston
“Fatal Strategies,” Tonkonow, Leslie and Ottman Klaus, brochure, Stephan Stux Gallery

Public Collections

Progressive Art Collection

David Bermant Foundation

Margulies Collection

Dakis Joannou Collection

See PDF for full CV

Exhibitions

Now

2017

2016

2015

2014

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