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Painting          Drawing             Résumé             Statement

Education

MFA, University of Delaware

BS, University of Southern Indiana

Skidmore College, Summer Arts

Solo and Two Person Exhibitions

2016

Stout Projects, Brooklyn, NY (forthcoming solo)

2015

c2c project space, David Fought| Matthew Neil Gehring, curated by Kirk Stoller, San Francisco, CA

2014

Islip Art Museum, “Color Space Edges: Paintings by Matthew Neil Gehring”, curated by Beth Giacummo, East Islip, NY (solo)

2013

The Dishman Museum of Art, Brilliant Corners: Matthew Neil Gehring, Lamar University, Beaumont, TX (solo)

2008

The Red House Fine and Performing Arts Center, From the Bottom of My Heart, Syracuse, NY (solo)

1708 Gallery, “Seductions”, Richmond, VA

2005

Cubicle Ten Gallery, Matthew Gehring: Recent Work, Baltimore, MD (solo)

Rosefsky Gallery, Flamejobs, Collisions, and Other Stuff, Binghamton, NY (solo)

2004

Kittridge Gallery, Matthew Gehring, Recent Work, Tacoma, WA (solo)

2003

Thacher Gallery, Absence, University of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA (solo)

2002

Reese Bullen Gallery, Allegories and Games, Arcata, CA (solo)

Selected Group Exhibitions

2015

Stout Projects, Occo Socko!: Paul Behnke, Matthew Neil Gehring, Rebecca Murtaugh, Brooklyn, NY

c2c project space, Artist-Run Satellite Show, curated by Kirk Stoller, Miami Beach, FL

Storefront Ten Eyck, “Making History”, curated by Krista Saunders Scenna and

Dexter Wimberly, Brooklyn, NY

Circuit 12 Contemporary, Family Ties, curated by Julie Torres and Bonnie Leibowitz, Dallas, TX

2014

Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery at the Staller Art Center, Form and Facture: New Painting and Sculpture from New York, curated by Karen Levitov, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY

Storefront Ten Eyck, Abstraction and its Discontents, curated by Deborah Brown, Brooklyn, NY

Brian Morris Gallery, My Big Fat Painting, curated by Rick Briggs, New York, NY

Kathryn Markel Fine Arts, Eight Painters, curated by Paul Behnke, New York, NY (catalog available)

Life on Mars Gallery, Nevermind the Bollocks: Summer Invitational, Brooklyn, NY

Storefront Ten Eyck, Arts in Bushwick Benefit, Brooklyn, NY

Imogen Holloway Gallery, Top Drawer, Saugerties, NY

2013

16 Wilson, Meta Vista, curated by Mathew Neil Gehring, Brooklyn, NY

Curating Contemporary, Meta Vista, curated by Matthew Neil Gehring, online gallery

Bernarducci Meisel Gallery, Nurture Art Benefit, curatorial jury–Jennie Lamensdorf, James Panero, Amy Smith-Stewart, and Mark Tribe, New York NY

Terrace Studios and Gallery, Now you see it, now you don’t, curated by Karl Bielik, London, UK

Biers Gallery, Let’s Talk About Love: The Love Library, Columbus College of Art and Design, Columbus, OH

Printed Matter, Let’s Talk About Love: The Love Library, New York, NY

2012

Charles Bank Gallery,  Nurture Art Benefit, curatorial jury–Kianga Ellis, Charlotta Kotik, Lawrence Rinder, and Herb Tam, New  York NY,

Crane Arts Center, Degrees of Abstraction, Philadelphia, PA,

2011

New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art, All in the Family, New Harmony, IN

2010

PooL Art Fair, Decadent Eclipse, curated by Natalia Ivanova Mount, New York, NY

2009

Jack the Pelican Gallery, Old School, Brooklyn, NY

2008

1708 Gallery, Seductions, Richmond, VA (two person exhibition)

Space 101 Gallery, Part Clay/Part Object, Pittsburgh, PA

2007

Winkleman Gallery, Seed Project Show, New York, NY

Museum of Science and Technology, MIX at the MOST, Syracuse, NY

2006

Shore Institute of Contemporary Art, Annual International Exhibition, Long Branch, NJ

Everson Museum of Art, Everson Biennial, Syracuse, NY

Schweinfurth Memorial Art Center, Made in New York, Auburn, NY

2004

Rochester Contemporary Gallery, Upstate Invitational, Rochester, NY

2003

The Ink People, Guidelines, Conceptual Art Invitational Exhibition, Eureka, CA

Collections

Dishman Art Museum, Beaumont, TX

Red House Visual and Performing Arts Center, Syracuse, NY

David L. Rice Library, University of Southern Indiana, Evansville, IN

Private Collections

Curatorial

2016

Rick Briggs: Full Circle, Flecker Gallery, Selden, NY (catalog with essays by Robert Storr and Wallace Whitney)

2015

Allegory of the Cave, Jim Byrne and Jim Osman, Flecker Gallery, Selden, NY (catalog with essay by Lilly Wei)

Loren Munk: Cartography of an Art Enthusiast, Flecker Gallery, Selden, NY (catalog with essay by Raphael Rubinstein)

2014

Meditations: Mary Judge, Kathleen Kucka, Jeffrey Allen Price, Flecker Gallery, Selden, NY (catalog with foreword by Matthew Neil Gehring)

Deborah Brown: Recent Paintings, Flecker Gallery, Selden, NY (catalog with essay by Paul D’Agostino)

Convergence: Jason Karolak and Antoine Lefebvre, Flecker Gallery, Selden, NY, (catalog with essay by Thomas Micchelli)

2013

Meta Vista, 16 Wilson hosted by Deborah Brown, Brooklyn, NY

Meta Vista, Curating Contemporary, online gallery

Joe Forkan: The Lebowski Cycle, Flecker Gallery, Selden, NY (catalog with essay by Caleb DeJong)

Saya Woolfalk: The Empathics, Flecker Gallery, Selden, NY (catalog with essay by Alexandra Schwartz)

Temporal Shifts: Anne Russinof, Craig Olson, Paul Behnke, Flecker Gallery, Selden, NY (catalog with essay by Caleb DeJong)

2012

Seemingly Recognizable: Jackie Brown, Flecker Gallery, Selden, NY (catalog with essay by Alissa Guzman)

Bibliography

Joanne Mattera. “Fair Fetched: Navigating Miami, Part 2”, Joanne Mattera Art Blog, December 13, 2015

Sharon Louden. “Artist-Run at Satellite in Miami”, Two Coats of Paint (blog), December 6, 2015

James Panero.“Gallery Chronicle”, The New Criterion, Volume 32, November 2015, page 48, print and web

Anne Russinof. “Occo Socko! at Stout Projects”, Gallery Travels: Seen Around Town (blog), October 25, 2015

James Kalm. “Occo Socko! at Stout Projects”, The James Kalm Report (youtube channel), October 18, 2015

Robin Stout. “An Inner and An Outer Thing”, catalog essay, Stout Projects, October 2015

Karen Levitov. “Form and Facture”, catalog essay, Paul Zuccaire Gallery, October 2014

James Panero.“Gallery Chronicle”, The New Criterion, Volume 32, June 2014, page 49, print and web

James Kalm, “Bushwick Open Studios 2014”, The James Kalm Report, June 3, 2014, video documentary

Paul Behnke, “Bushwick Open Studios Round One”, Structure and Imagery (blog), May 31, 2014

Frank Jaurez and Greymatter Gallery, “Matthew Neil Gehring – Brooklyn New York” 365 Artists, 365 Days (blog-interview), May 22, 2014

James Panero.“Gallery Chronicle”, The New Criterion, Volume 32, February 2014, page 45, print and web

Anne Russinof. “Family Style”, Gallery Travels: Seen Around Town (blog), July 24, 2014

Paul D’Agostino. “Four Art Exhibits You Need to See”, The L Magazine, January 16, 2014, print and web

Brian P. Kelly. “Critics Notebook”, The New Criterion, January 13, 2014, print and web

Anne Russinof. “Eight Painters”, Gallery Travels: Seen Around Town (blog), October 23, 2013

James Panero “Gallery Chronicle”, The New Criterion, Volume 32, November 2013, page 52, print and web

Anne Russinof. “Meta Vista at 16 Wilson”, Gallery Travels: Seen Around Town (blog), October 23, 2013

Craig Olson. “Matthew Neil Gehring: Brilliant Corners”, catalogue essay for Matthew Neil Gehring: Brilliant Corners, April 2013

Megan Koza-Young. “Planes of Discovery”, catalogue essay for Matthew Neil Gehring: Brilliant Corners, April 2013

Caleb De Jong. “Matthew Neil Gehring: Interview”, Thoughts That Cure Radically (blog), April 20, 2013

Brett Baker. “Matthew Neil Gehring: Interview”, Painter’s Table (blog), April 20, 2013

Paul Behnke. “Matthew Neil Gehring: In Process”, Structure and Imagery (blog), March 30, 2013

Brett Baker. “Matthew Neil Gehring: In Process”, Painter’s Table (blog), March 30, 2013

Stephen B. MacInnis. “Have You Met: Matthew Neil Gehring”, Painter’s Progress (blog), May 23, 2013

Paul Behnke. “Studio Visit: Matthew Neil Gehring”, Structure and Imagery (blog), June 18, 2012

Robert Colley. Stone Canoe; Journal of Arts, Literature, and Social Commentary, Syracuse University Press, pp. 78-79, December 2010, print

Patricia C. Phillips. “Words of Art: The Puzzling Work of Matthew Gehring”, Art Journal, volume 66, spring 2007, p. 8, print

Matthew Neil Gehring. “Words of Art”, Art Journal, spring 2007, p. 9, 27, 91, 111, print

Aimee LeDuc. “Matthew Gehring at Thacher Gallery, USF”, Artweek, February, 2004, p. 17, print

Matthew Neil Gehring. “Words of Art”, Art Review, June, 2002, p. 8, print

Gallery Representation:

Stout Projects, Brooklyn, NY

Selected works also available at:

Brian Morris Gallery, New York, NY

Pierogi Gallery Traveling Flatfile, Brooklyn, NY

Email:

matthewneilgehring@gmail.com

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