Debora Warner  (American, 1971) 

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Debora Warner Biography
1974   Born in Jamestown, New York
  BA from Empire State College Studio Program, New York
  Lives and works in New York
Selected Exhibitions
2006   Cosmic Wonder, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, July 14 – November 5, 2006
2006   Subrational, I-20 Gallery, New York
2005   Epitaph of a Poet, Akira Ikeda Gallery, November, Taura, Japan (solo)
2005   The Speech of Flowers and Other Voiceless Things, Akira Ikeda Gallery, Berlin, Germany (solo)
2005   Modest Sublime, curated by Leila Amalfitano, Carpenter Center Harvard University, Boston, October 20 – January 5, 2005
2005   The Seismologist, curated by David Hunt, Sara Nightingale Gallery October 15 – November 21st, 2005
2005   Rose Selavy, curated by Julie Casemore, Stehpen Wirtz Gallery, San Francisco, July 27 – August 27 2005
2005   Flower Power, Klemens Gasser & Tanja Grunert Gallery, New York, June 21 - July 29 2005
2005   Unpredictable Cities (Flutter Remix), MUSEE DE L’ELYSEE, Lausanne, Switzerland. Curated by Christophe Blaser
2004   Platform (Flutter Remix), Istanbul. Organized by SMART Project Space (Amsterdam) and Vur ve Kac
2003   SCREAM!!, Live performance with Motorsoft, I-20 Gallery, New York
2003   Liquid Sky (Flutter Remix), FRAC BOURGOGNE, Dijon, France. Curated by Marc-Olivier Wahler
2003   Flutter and Blood Horse (Long Night of the Museums), SCHIRN KUNSTHALLE, Frankfurt, Germany. Curated by Max Hollein. (solo)
2003   Blood Horse, EVERGREEN Gallery, Geneva, Switzerland (solo)
2003   Blood Horse, I-20 Gallery, New York (solo)
2002   Peculiarly Pink, Luxe Gallery, New York. Curated by Felicity Hogan and Stefan Stoyanov
2001   Crossing the Line, Queens Museum of Art, New York. Installation of “Capricorn II.” Curated by Valerie Smith
2001   Mayday Mayday, The Swiss Institute, New York. Curated by Marc-Olivier Wahler.
2001   Synth, White Columns, New York. Performance of “Warped.” Curated by Leo Villareal
2001   Art in General on Canal, Art in General, New York. Organized by Holly Block and Andrea Salerno
2001   In the Landscape, Silverstein Gallery, New York
2001   Warped, Saint Gervais Biennial, Geneva, Switzerland (solo)
2001   Post-Meridian, New Media Lounge, New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York. Curated by Anne Barlow (solo)
2000   Dusk, New York. Inaugural performance of “Flutter.” (solo)
2000   Score, Flat, New York (solo)
2000   Dusk, I-20 Gallery, New York. Inaugural presentation of “Flutter.” Curated by David Hunt (catalogue)
1999   Train Party, I-20 Gallery, New York (solo)
1997   The Universal Birthday (multi-media event), VOID, New York (solo)
Literature
2007   Kazakina, Katia. “Polish Pop and Athelic Vampires Lure Investors: Chelsea Art”, Bloomberg.com, Jan 10, 2007
2005   Bensinger, Ken. “Mexico City, heating up,” Art + Auction, April 2005, p. 125
2003   Chambers, Christopher. Flash Art, July - September, 2003
2003   Chasin, Noah. Time Out NY, April 24 - May 1, 2003
2003   The New Yorker, May 5th 2003
2003   Korotkin, Joyce. The New York Art World (.com), Summer 2003
2003   Levin, Kim. The Village Voice, April 9-15 2003
2001   Levin, Kim. “Voice Choices,” The Village Voice, October 9, 2001
2001   Finch, Charlie. “A Gem in the Back,” artnet.com (May 2001)
2001   Rinder, Larry. “Explain to a cultivated man in Budapest what was the best recent show in New York and why,” The Art Newspaper (Kmay 2001): 58
2000   Henry, Max. “Black Magic” in “Gotham Dispatch,” www.artnet.com (September 2000)
2000   Turner, Douglas. “Dusk at I-20,” Flash Art (November-December 2000): 63
2000   Kelly, Douglas. “DKS List,” www.dks.thing.net, September 18, 2000
2000   Hunt, David. “Change of Marketing Strategy” from Dusk. New York, I-20 Gallery, 2000