Guy Richards Smit  (American, 1970) 

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Guy Richards Smit Biography
  Lives and works in New York
  Grants
  MAT Charitable Foundation Grant 2003
  Penny McCall Foundation Grant 2002
Selected Exhibitions
2007   Roebling Hall, New York, NY (solo)
2007   Fred [London] Ltd., London, UK (solo)
2007   The Weasel: Pop Music and Contemporary Art, South London Gallery, London, UK
2007   Cesi N’est Pas…, curated by Rachel Gugelberger and Jeffrey Walkowiak, Sara Meltzer Gallery, NY
2007   Idiot Joy Showland , curated by John Pilson, IFC , New York, NY
2006   QED, Los Angeles, CA (solo)
2005   Fred [London] Ltd., London, UK (solo)
2005   Nausea 2, Sketch, London, UK (solo)
2005   Nausea 2, Roebling Hall, New York, NY (solo)
2005   Nausea 2 (exhibition and screening), Indiana Museum of Contemporary Art, Indianapolis, USA (solo)
2005   Predatory Dating on the Crosstown Bus (curated by Guy Richards Smit), Champion, Los Angeles, CA
2005   International Painting on Paper, GBK Gallery, Sydney, Australia
2004   Me, Myself & I, Schmidt Gallery, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida
2004   Me, Myself & I: Video Remix, The Living Room, Miami, Florida
2004   Bush League, Roebling Hall, Brooklyn, New York
2004   What's Love Got To Do With It?, Tucson Museum of Art, Arizona
2004   I’ve Met Someone Else, Monya Rowe Gallery, New York City, New York
2004   Nausea 2 (screening), Premier Series, Museum of Modern Art, New York (solo)
2004   Here Comes Maxi, G-Module, Paris, France (solo)
2004   Music/Video, Bronx Museum of Art, Bronx, New York
2003   Terrible Beauty, Satellite (a Division of Roebling Hall),Manhattan, New York
2003   B-List: Brooklyn, Angst and Desire, Hallwalls, Buffalo, New York
2003   Aeroplastics, Brussels, Belgium (solo)
2003   A Message to my Audience, Satellite (a division of Roebling Hall), Manhattan, New York (solo)
2002   MOMA Media Scope, Museum of Modern Art, NY (solo)
2002   Angstrom Gallery, Dallas, Texas (solo)
2002   Team Gallery, New York, New York (solo)
2002   4 Brooklyn Artists, Filles du Calvaire, Paris, France
2002   Wonderland, Aeroplastics, Brussels, Belgium
2002   Not Quite Myself Today, ASU Art Museum, Tempe, Arizona
2001   Crossing the Line, Queens Museum of Art, New York
2001   The Artist’s World, CCAC Institute, Oakland, California
2001   Brooklyn!, Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art, Lakewood, Florida
2001   Video Jam, Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art, Lakewood, Florida
2001   I’m Mean Because I Like You, Voorkamer, Lier, Belgium (solo)
2001   Nylon Gallery, London, England (solo)
2000   The Ballad of Bad Orpheus, Roebling Hall, Brooklyn, NY (solo)
2000   I’m Mean Because I Like You, Sara Meltzer, New York, NY (solo)
2000   Havana Biennial, Official Video Selection, Havana, Cuba (solo)
2000   Four From Brooklyn, Legion Arts, Cedar Rapids, Iowa
2000   Useful Indiscretions: (Works on Paper), Geoffrey Young Gallery, GT. Barrington, MA
2000   Tomorrow, curated by Andréa Salerno and Mari Spirito, Rare Gallery, NYC
1999   Out of Order, Roebling Hall, Brooklyn, NY
1999   Cutting the Edge: New Film and Video, curated by Susan Joyce, Grand
1999   Central Art Center, Santa Ana, CA
1999   I’m the Boss of Myself, curated by Sara Meltzer, essay by Amy Cappellazo, Sara Meltzer’s On View…, New York, NY
1999   I’m A Virgin, curated by Esther Windsor, The Waiting Room, Wolverhampton, UK
1999   Zones of Risibility, curated by Carrie Cooperider, Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
1999   Blueprint, curated by Sebastian Bremer, Gallery Spark, New York, NY
1998   BOWIE, Rupert Goldsworthy Gallery, New York, NY
1998   Not Four Walls, The Anchorage, New York, NY
1998   More Elvis Than Elvis, Video Room Festival, New York, NY
1998   HOST, curated by Peter Lewis and Peter Fillingham, Tramway, Glasgow, UK
1998   Super Freaks: Post Pop & the New Generation Part 1 – Trash, Greene Naftali, NY, NY
1997   Double Life, curated by Esther Windsor, The Waiting Room, Wolverhapton, UK
1997   WhimSiecle, Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice, Italy
1997   A Home Show: Sitting Up Erect or Reclining, curated by Mary Goldman, Berlin, Germany
1997   Big Blue, curated by Francesca Ferguson, Berlin, Germany
1997   Don’t Try This At Home, Performance Videos at The Knitting Factory Video Factory, NY
1997   It’s a Wonderful World, curated by Lithgow Osborne, Unfinished Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
1996   Unfinished Gallery Inaugural Show
1996   Unfinished Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
1996   Album 2, curated by Sebastian Bremer, 470 Broadway, New York, NY
1995   Thicket on the Lamb, Thicket Gallery, New York, NY
1995   Album, curated by Sebastian Bremer
1995   10 New York Artists, Nova Zemia Gallery, Den Bosch, Netherlands
1995   Thicket Gallery, New York, NY (solo)
Literature
2004   “Stepping Out of Character and into His Art,” Blake Gopnik, Washington Post, December 5
2004   Designers’ Workshop (Japan), June
2004   “Guy Richards Smit” The Brooklyn Rail
2003   “Top Ten,” Guy Richards Smit, Artforum, May
2003   “Top Ten,” Guy Richards Smit, Artforum, May
2003   “Here’s The Funny Thing About Brooklyn” (“B-List” catalog essay), David Kramer
2002   “Guy Richards Smit,” Meghan Dailey, Artforum, April
2002   “Guy Richards Smit Is…,” David Hunt, Artext, January
2001   “Screen Savers,” Jerry Saltz, The Village Voice, July 31
2001   “The Artist’s World” (“The Artist’s World” catalog essay), Ralph Rugoff
2001   “Artnet News,” Giovanni Garcia-Fenech, Artnet Magazine, February 5
2001   “Brooklyn Spice,” Giovanni Garcia-Fenech, Artnet Magazine, January 5
2000   “Greetings Friends,” Charlie Finch, Artnet Magazine, December 22
2000   “For Hikers Seeking Art, Brooklyn Is a Left Bank,” Holland Cotter, The New York Times, December 15
2000   “High Art,” Steve Garbarino, Details, December
2000   “Metamorphosis In Chelsea,” Charlie Finch, Artnet Magazine, August 11
2000   “Gotham Dispatch,” Max Henry, Artnet Magazine, July 17
2000   “Swiss Bliss,” Jery Saltz, The Village Voice, April 25
2000   “Artburger,” Susan Hamburger, Waterfront Week, April 6
2000   “Guy Richards Smit,” Roberta Smith, The New York Times, March 31
2000   “Gotham Dispatch,” Max Henry, Artnet Magazine, March 27