ADAM DOUGLAS THOMPSON

adam.douglas.thompson@gmail.com             

www.adamdouglasthompson.com

 

Education:            

2008     MFA, Visual Art, Brooklyn College (CUNY), Brooklyn, NY

2004     BA, Art History, Yale University, New Haven, CT

                         

Books:

2010    Adam Thompson, #1359-#1458. New York: Regency Arts Press, 2010. Print.

2008   Paul Fattaruso and Adam Thompson, Bicycle. New York: Hotel St. George Press, 2008. Print.

 

Selected Solo and Two-Person Exhibitions and Projects:

2014    Adam Douglas Thompson: Loose Ends, Artslant Prize Exhibitions, Chicago, Il

2013    Auxiliary Projects at Untitled Fair/Art Basel, Miami, FL (Omar Lopez-Chahoud, curator), Brooklyn, NY

2013    Adam Thompson: From the Desk of Adam Thompson, Auxiliary Projects, Brooklyn, NY

2013    Adam Thompson: Labyrinth, The Drawing Center, Online Animation Exhibition Series, New York, NY

2010    #1359-#1458, Sara Meltzer Gallery/Projects, New York, NY

 

Selected Group Exhibitions and Projects:

2016    Re-animator, Bay Ridge Art Space, Brooklyn, NY 

2016    Stupid Cartoons to Pass the Time in the Desert, Transmitter Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2014    ArtSlant Prize Exhibition, Aqua Art Miami, Miami, FL

2014    Generator - 6th Cairo Video Festival, Medrar, Cairo, Egypt

2014    Local Area Network, Digital Arts Gallery at the Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

2014    Dark Map, Lesley Heller Gallery, New York, NY

2014    Videorover 8, Nurture Art, Brooklyn, NY

2013    Drawing Connections, The Mills Gallery, Boston Center for the Arts, Boston, MA (James Hull, curator)

2013    Space/Time, Lesley Heller Workspace, New York, NY

2012    Drawings for The Believer 10, no. 2 (2012): 15, 27, 28, 48, 56, 60.

2012    Intramurals, AFA gallery, Scranton, PA

2011    Copia Cartacea, Studio 10/Centotto, Brooklyn, NY

2011    Entanglement, Regina Rex Gallery and Art Blog Art Blog, New York, NY 

2011    Copia Cartacea, Centotto, Brooklyn, NY

2011    Nautical Notes: Mari, Navi e Naufragi, Centotto, Brooklyn, NY    

2010    Collaboration with author Rick Moody - Electric Literature: Single Sentence Animation    

2010    Drawings for Electric Literature, no. 3 (2010): 1, 9, 15, 34, 47, 65, 87, 109, 113, 114, 118

2010    Collaborative Forgeries, or Forged Collaborations, Centotto, Brooklyn, NY

2010     See, Also, Central Booking, Brooklyn, NY

2009    Paper in the Wind 3, 532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel, New York, NY (David Gibson, curator)

2009    Recess, Crossing Art, Flushing, NY (Jennifer Junkermeier, curator)

2009    Intus Tensio, or Appropriated Special, Centotto, Brooklyn, NY

2008    Brooklyn College MFA Thesis Exhibition, at NYCAMS New York, NY

2008    Entanglement is Good, Entanglement is Great, Centotto, Brooklyn, NY

2008    Mostra Inaugurale, Centotto, Brooklyn, NY

2007  The Seven Stages of Global Catastrophe, collaborative performance piece, Little Theater series at     Dixon Place, New York, NY

2007    The Morton Umbrella Girl, performance piece, Little Theater series at Tonic, New York, NY

2006   Too Close to Home, 510 Halsey Art Space, Brooklyn, NY    

 

Honors:

2014    ArtSlant Prize, 2nd Place

2007    Nomination, Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant

2007    Graduate Investment Program Travel Grant, Brooklyn College

2007    Graduate Investment Program Research Grant, Brooklyn College

2007    Walter Cerf Award for Artistic Excellence, Brooklyn College

2007    Graduate Investment Program Research Grant, Brooklyn College

 

Press:

Panero, James, “The Miami Fairs,” The New Criterion, Jan. 2014

Kimball, Whitney, “In Miami, UNTITLED's a Quiet Contender,” ArtFCity, Dec. 7, 2013

Colucci, Emily, “Here's Who'll Be Reppin' Brooklyn and LES at Miami Art Week,” Bedford+Bowery, Dec. 3,     2013 

Colucci, Emily, “5 Newcomer Artists Debuting at Miami to Watch,” Societe Perrier, Nov. 21, 2013

Levy, Lisa, “Dr. Lisa in Miami: Bushwick is Doing Alright!,” Bushwick Daily, Dec. 12, 2013

Christoph, Sara, “Beat Nite: the boisterous side of the Bushwick art scene” Norte Maar, Feb. 21, 2013

Galgiani, Allison, “Just Beat It: How was the great gallery nite in Bushwick?,” Bushwick Daily, Feb. 20, 2013

Varno, David, “Bicycle by Paul Fattaruso,” Bookslut, April, 2008

 

Selected Art Criticism:

2012    Review of Matthew Northridge, Art Papers 36, no. 1 (2012): 58. 

2011    Review of The Chadwicks, Art Papers  35, no. 4 (2011): 64.

2010    Review of Liam Gillick, Art Papers 34, no. 4 (2010): 62.

2009    Review of Katrin Sigurdardottir, Art Papers 33, no. 4 (2009): 62.

2009    Review of Brian Lund, Art Papers 33, no. 3 (2009): 63.

2009    Review of Eunice Kim, Art Papers 33, no. 1 (2009): 62.

2008    Review of Jackie Gendel, Art Papers 32, no. 6 (2008): 68.

2008    Review of Marcel Dzama, Art Papers 32, no. 4 (2008):  66.

2008    Review of Enantiomorphic Chamber, Art Notes 20 (2008): 65.

2007    Review of Michael Schall and Jonathan Schipper, The Brooklyn Rail, April 2007.

2007    Review of Lynda Benglis + Louise Bourgeois, Art Papers 31, no. 6 (2007): 73.

2007    Review of Jonathan Meese and Tal R, Art Papers 31, no. 3 (2007), 70.

2007    Review of Doug Aiken, Art Papers 31, no. 3 (2007) 69.

2007    Review of Adam McEwen, Art Papers  31, no. 1, (2007) 63-64.

2006    Review of Catherine Opie, Art Papers 30, no. 6, (2006) 64.

2006    Review of Matthew Higgs, Art Papers 30, no. 5, (2006) 60.

2006    Review of Pepon Osorio, Art Papers 30, no. 2, (2006) 64.

 

Teaching:

2008 – 14    Adjunct Lecturer of Fine Art (Basic Design), Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY

2008 – 13    Adjunct Lecturer of Fine Art (BFA Senior Thesis Seminar), Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY

2008 – 13    Adjunct Lecturer of Fine Art (MFA Teaching Internship), Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY

2012            Adjunct Lecturer of Fine Art (Beginning Painting), LaGuardia Community College, Queens, NY

2012 – 13    Visiting Instructor of Fine Arts (Light, Color and Design) Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

2010            Visiting Instructor of Fine Arts (Light, Color and Design) Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

2009           Visiting Instructor of Fine Arts (Light, Color and Design) Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY