Timeline

1980
Born July 2 in New York City
2003
Bachelor of Fine Arts, The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, New York

Exhibitions

2010
Galerie Neu, Berlin (solo)
Galleria Il Capricorno, Venice (solo)
2009
303 Gallery, New York (solo)
2008
have meant, Hiromi Yoshii Gallery, Tokyo (solo)
One Season in Hell,MD72, Berlin
Not so subtle subtitle,Casey Kaplan Gallery, New York
Some Neighbors, Kunstverein München, Munich
Sunset, Magasin, Grenoble
Review,Galerie Neu, Berlin
Were, there, severe (thin line),Galeria Alessandro de March, Milan
Nostalgia Isnʼt What It Used To Becurated by Sharon Hayes and Brooke OʼHara, La MaMa E.T.C., New York
2007
A Fair to Meddling Story (with Ken Okiishi), Künstlerhaus Stuttgart, Stuttgart
Lymph Est, Galerie Neu, Berlin (solo)
One Season in Hell (with Ken Okiishi), Gavin Brownʼs Enterprise, New York
Exposition N° 1, Balice/Hertling, Paris
2006
When Artists Say We, Artist's Space, New York
All Dressed Up With Nowhere to Go, Sorcha Dallas, Glasgow
Between the Lines (organized by Nick Mauss), Hotel Chelsea, New York
2005
Daniel Reich Gallery, New York (solo)
Words: The Formal Presence of Text in Modern and Contemporary Works on Paper, Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York
Nick Mauss & Elizabeth Peyton, Glenn Horowitz Booksellers, Easthampton, New York
Exile: New York is a Good Hotel, Broadway 1602, New York
2004
The New Romantics, Philippe Perrot, Lesley Vance, Nick Mauss, Blake Payne, Christian Ward, Greene Naftali, Inc., New York
It’s About Memory, curated by Simon Watson, Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago
Home (organized by Patterson Beckwith), American Fine Arts Co., Colin de Land Fine Art, New York
Happy Days Are Here Again, David Zwirner Gallery, New York
Nowojorskie Porno (curated by Monika Szukowska), Foksal Gallery Foundation, Warsaw
2003
Magnetic Living (with Shelby Hughes), Daniel Reich Gallery, New York
Daniel Reich Gallery at SCOPE L.A (with Shelby Hughes), The Standard Hotel
my people were fair and had cum in their hair (but now they're content to spray stars from your boughs), (Charles Atlas, Leigh Bowery, Matthew Brannon, Alex Brown, Jeff Burton, Peter Cain, Larry Clark, Jules de Balincourt, Lucky de Bellevue, Jeff Davis, Brice Dellsperger, Roe Ethridge, Richard Hawkins, Charles Henri Ford, Christian Holstad, Peter Hujar, Steve Kille, Bruce La Bruce, Kevin Larmon, Tim Lokiec, Nick Mauss, Ryan McGinley, Michael Meads, Billy Miller, Mark Morrisroe, Chuck Nanney, Paul P., Walter Pfeiffer, Terry Richardson, Rene Santos, Jack Smith, Spencer Sweeney, Paul Thek, John Tremblay, Wolfgang Tillmans, Kelley Walker, T.J. Wilcox), Team Gallery, New York
Now Playing, curated by Daniel Reich, D’amelio Terras, New York
Today's Man, John Connelly Presents, New York
Karaoke Death Machine, (Alex Bag, Assume Vivid Astro Focus, Sheyla Baykal, Maurizio Cattelan, Peter Coffin, Bjorn Copeland, Amy Gartrell, Joe Grillo, Christian Holstad, Johnathan Horowitz, R.W. Kitchen, Nick Mauss & Ken Okiishi, David Perry, Scott Reed er, Tyson Reeder, Niki de Saint-Phalle, Hiroshi Sunairi, Emily Sunblad, Delia R. Gonzalez & Gavin R. Russom, Albert Tien, Grant Worth, Chris Verene) Daniel Reich Gallery, New York
Daniel Reich Gallery at 'The Stray Show' (Bjorn Copeland, Christian Holstad, Paul P., Nick Mauss, Memory of a Free Festival, Ken Okiishi, Scott Reeder, Tyson Reeder, Xenon Straub), Chicago
Memory of a Free Festival (Marisha Farnsworth, Shelby Hughes, Alpha Lubicz, Nick Mauss), Houghton Gallery, Cooper Union School of Art, New York
2002
Nsync and Outta My Head (with Ken Okiishi), Ausstellung bei Martin Glade, Berlin
Toys, Games, Small things, Hair and Makeup (concept by Susan Cianciolo), Shiseido Studio, New York
Something Warm, Sometimes Cold, Blumen, Berlin
2001
Sharing Horizons That Are New to Us (Natalie Conn, Nick Mauss, Aleksandr Rossman, Sasha Stim-Vogel, Ken Okiishi), Houghton Gallery, Cooper Union School of Art, New York
Coal By Any Other Name: The Journey Towards The Good Taste ('A variety of amateur dramas including Patterson Beckwith, Lali Chetwynd, Werner von Delmont, Gardar Einarsson, Conrad Brock Enright, Geoffrey Garrison, Anna Gudmundsdottir, Jutta Koether, Saint Reverend Jen, Nils Norman, Josephine Pryde, Mary Sellman, Eivind Slettemeas, Josef Strau, Matthew Thurber . . . and a workshop with . . . Rosalie Knox, Ken Okiishi, Liz Bougatsos, Tony&Tina, Amy Kellner, Karen Hallock, Alex Bag, Charlie Finch, Spencer Sweeny, Nick Mauss, Peter Schoolworth . . . compiled and set on stage by Syntax, Early Century Unrest & The Society Of Control' a.k.a. Stephen Dillemuth) American Fine Arts, Co., Colin de Land Fine Art, New York

Literature

2004
Cotter, Holland. Sampling Brooklyn, Where Eclectic Flames Continue to Flicker, New York Times, January 23.
2003
Carpenter, Susan, The Scope L.A. festival trains its gaze on the cutting edge, Los Angeles Times, July 17
Cotter, Holland, By and About Men, and They’re Running with It, New York Times, August 8
Ken Johnson, Karaoke Death Machine, New York Times, May 2, 2003
Kimmelman, Michael, Now Playing, New York Times, July 18, 2003
Levin, Kim, Magnetic Living, Daniel Reich Gallery, Village Voice, December 10
Pollack, Maika,
Karaoke Death Machine at Daniel Reich
, Flash Art, May-June
Houghton Hall, nest, #14 Fall Issue, 2001 & issue 15 Amy Sedaris' Bed
Yablonsky, Linda, Nick Mauss, Shelby Hughes and Christian Holstad, Daniel Reich Gallery, Time Out New York, December 11, 2003