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Artists William Powhida Information
William Powhida - CV


Lives and works in New York
Born 1976, New York

Education
2002 Hunter College, New York, New York, M.F.A. Painting
1998 Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York, B.F.A. Painting with Honors

Solo Shows
2017
After the Contemporary, The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, CT

2015

Mediations, Charlie James Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Dear Copenhagen, Gallery Poulsen, Copenhagen, DK

2014
New New Berlin, with Jade Townsend, Galveston Artist Residency, Galveston, TX
Notes from Mexico, Casa Maauad, Mexico, DF
Unretrospective, Platform Gallery, Seattle, WA
Overculture, Postmasters Gallery, New York, NY

2013
Expo Chicago with Charlie James Gallery, Chicago, IL

Bill by Bill, Charlie James Gallery, LA

2012
Bellum Omnium Contra Omnes, Gallery Poulsen, Copenhagen, DK; in collaboration with Jade Townsend

Seditions, McKinney Avenue Contemporary, Dallas

Selected Works on Paper, Lycoming College, Williamsport, PA

2011
Derivatives, Postmasters, New York
, NY
POWHIDA, Marlborough Chelsea, New York, NY

2009
The Writing is on the Wall, Schroeder Romero, New York
, NY
No One Here Gets Out Alive, Charlie James Gallery, LA

2008
Sell Out! The Bastard Tour, Platform Gallery, Seattle, WA

2007
This is a Work of Fiction…., Schroeder Romero, New York
, NY
A Study for Sofia Coppola’s Film ‘Powhida’, Haines Gallery, San Francisco, CA

2006
Year_06 with Schroeder Romero Gallery, London, England
Paper Beings, Platform Gallery, Seattle, WA
 Joint Manifesto
Plus Ultra/Schroeder Romero Project Space, NY
NY
 Everyone!, Dam Stuhltrager Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2004
Persona, Dam Stuhltrager Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Selected Group Shows
2017
Art on Paper New York, Gallery Poulsen, NY

2016
Poulsen’s Fifteen – New Art From New York – Part VII, Gallery Poulsen, Copenhagen, DK
Show Me The Money: The Image of Finance, 1700 to the Present, The People’s History Museum, Manchester, UK
PULSE Miami, Gallery Poulsen

2015
A Very Anxious Feeling: Artwork from the Collection of Melva Bucksbaum and Raymond Learsy, Mattatuck Museum, Waterbury, CT
Sleight of Hand, The Sun Vallery Center for the Arts, Ketchum, ID
Occupational Therapy, Contemporary Art Musuem St. Louis, MO curated by Kelly Shindler
Williamsburg on Warren, One Art Space, NY, NY
Pay to Play, Odetta Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

The Copenhagen Interpretation, Gallery Poulsen at Lodge Gallery, NY, NY

PULSE Play, Pulse New York, NY, NY curated by Billy Zhoa

2014
I AM: Money Matters, Kendall College of Art and Design, Grand Rapids, MI
The Avant Garde Collection, OCMA, Newport Beach, CA
TXTED, Salisbury University Art Gallery, Salisbury, MD
Readykeulous: This is What Liberation Feels Like™, ICA, Philadelphia, PA, CAM St. Louis, MO
Show Me the Money: The Image of Finance 1770 to Present, NGCA, Sunderland, UK
Pierogi XX: 20th Anniversary Show, Pierogi Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Many Places at Once, Wattis Institute, San Francisco, CA
Heat, Gallery Poulsen, Copenhagen, Denmark

2013
GUTS, Abrons Art Center, NY

10 Years Anniversary Show, Gallery Poulsen, Copenhagen, DK

Humo(u)r, Adam Baumgold Gallery, New York, NY

We'll Make Out Better Than OK, Charlotte Street 
 Foundation, Kansas City, MO

Activate New York, Abrons Art Center, NY

The Decline and Fall of the Art World, Freight & Volume, New York, NY

Momenta Benefit, Momenta Art, Brooklyn, NY
Pyramid Show, English Kills Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Market Value: Examining Wealth and Worth, Columbia College, IL

2012
On Sincerity, 808 Gallery, Boston University, MA

Smack Mellon Benefit, Smack Mellon, Brooklyn, NY

Late Summer Show, Gallery Poulsen, Copenhagen, Denmark
Summer Babe, Heavy Refuge, Brooklyn, NY

Open House, Headlands Center for the Arts, CA

Ghost Face, Bobby Redd Project Space, Brooklyn, NY

2011
Terrible Beauty: Art, Crises, Change & The Office of Non- Compliance, Dublin Contemporary, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin, Ireland

Hiding Places: Memory in the Arts, Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI

Colorific, Postmasters Gallery, New York, NY

Microwave 8, Josee Bienvenu Gallery, NY

LOL: A decade of antic art, The Baltimore Contemporary, Baltimore
 Art on Art, Adam Baumgold Gallery, New York, NY

If These Walls Could Talk: A Conversation, Charlie James Gallery, Los Angeles, CA; Marine, Santa Monica, CA

I Like the Art World and the Art World Likes Me, Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Project Space, New York, NY

Readykeulous: The Hurtful Healer, Invisible Exports, New York, NY

2010
Dirty Kunst, Seventeen Gallery, London, UK, curated by Christian Viveros-Faune

Run and Tell That! New Work from New York, Syracuse University Art Galleries, Syracuse, NY

Art on Paper 2010: The 41st Exhibition, Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC

Magicality, Platform Gallery, Seattle, WA, organized by William Powhida and Erik Trosko

The Irascible Assholes: New Paintings From New York, Gallery Poulsen, Copenhagen, Denmark

Trashed, Bystander Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

#class, Winkleman Gallery, New York, NY organized by Jennifer Dalton and William Powhida

Two Degrees of Separation, Mandeville Gallery, Union College, Schenectady, NY, curated by Rachel Seligman

MirrorMirror, Postmasters, New York, NY

Escape from New York, curated by Olympia Lambert, Paterson, NJ 

Press Art: from the collection of Annette and Peter Nobel, Museum der Moderne, Salzburg, Austria

2009
Note to Self, Schroeder Romero, New York, NY

The Making of Art: The Art World and its Players, Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt, Frankfurt, Germany, curated by Martina Weinhart, catalog.
Mixing It Up: Recent Hunter MFAs Working in Combined Media, Bertha and Karl Leubsdorf Art Gallery at Hunter College, New York

I Want You To Want Me, Marx & Zavattero, San Francisco
 Contemporary Art and Portraiture, Cristin Tierney Fine Art Advisory Services, New York, NY

Summer Solistice, Socrates Sculpture Park, Long Island City, NY (collaboration)

Laugh it Off, Walter Maciel Gallery, Los Angeles, curated by Jane Scott
 Funny Games, LOF (Load of Fun) Studios, Baltimore, curated by Jamillah James

2008
CAUCUS, Schroeder Romero, New York, NY

Air Kissing: An Exhibition of Contemporary Art About the Art World, Arcadia University Art Gallery, Glenside, PA. Curated by Sasha Archibald
 Found, Voorkamer Home, Lier, Belgium

2007
SLOW, Plymouth Arts Centre, Plymouth, UK

New American Story Art, eyewash@Croxhapox Gallery, Ghent, Belgium

Air Kissing: An Exhibition of Contemporary Art About the Art World, Momenta, Art, Brooklyn, NY, curated by Sasha Archibald

2006
Word, Platform Gallery, Seattle, WA
 Americana, Galeria Arteveintiuno, Madrid, Spain

The Matthew Barney Show, SFBOCA, San Francisco, CA
 Pulse with Schroeder Romero, , New York, NY
 Leave New York, Sweet Home Gallery, New York, NY

2005
Aqua Art Miami with Platform Gallery, Miami, FL

ScopeMiami with Dam Stuhltrager Gallery, Miami, FL


Wagmag Benefit, Front Room Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Sasquatch Society, sixtyseven Gallery, , New York, NY

IAM 5, Parker’s Box, Brooklyn, NY

Momenta Benefit, White Columns Gallery, New York, NY

2004
Art of the Neighborhood, Tastes Like Chicken Gallery
 Brooklyn,NY

Paperwork, Platform Gallery, Seattle, WA

Enchantment, Artspace, New Haven, CT

The Ballot Show, Front Room Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

New American Story Art Video and Performance, Eyewash Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Jamaica Flux: Workspace and Windows, JCAL, Queens, NY

Jumble, Dam Stuhltrager Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2003
Dirty Old Toy Box Video Screening, Fluxcore Gallery, Brooklyn, 
 NY

Drawing Conclusions: Work by Artist-Critics, NYArts, New York, NY

All messed up with nowhere to go, Dam Stuhltrager Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2002
Cooper Union Summer Residency Exhibition, Cooper Union, New York, 
 NY
 eclamation, MFA Thesis Show, Hunter College Times Square allery, New York, NY

1998
Projection, BFA Thesis Show, The Drawing Room Gallery
Syracuse University, NY


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"(UN)RELIABLY RANKING MFA EDUCATION: And Does Anyone Really Care?" Artillery Magazine, September 15th, 2015
Saltz, Jerry. "I Got Kicked Off of Facebook for Posting Images of Medieval Art." New York Magazine, March 6th, 2014
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Hopkin, Thomas. "Review: Show Me The Money: The Image of Finance, 1700 To The Present – NGCA, Sunderland." Contemporary Art and Writing Journal, August 22nd, 2014
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Editorial. “Best Political Satirist – 2013″ Village Voice, October 16th, 2013
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D’Agostino, Paul. “What Do Brooklyn Artists Need?” The L Magazine. July 17, 2013
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Spaulding, Trevor. “William Powhida Paints in Earnest.” New American Paintings. May 7, 2013
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Brand, Will. “SEVEN: The Fair We Enjoy.” Artfcity, December 8, 2012
Gilsdorf, Bean. “Art and Vexation: Interview with William Powhida.” Daily Serving. Nov 7, 2012
Halperin, Julia. “In New Drawing, William Powhida Responds to Jerry Saltz’s Advice for Artists.” BlouinArtinfo, October 10, 2012
Editors. “The 100 Most Iconic Art Works of the Last 5 Years.” Blouin ArtInfo, Sept 17th, 2012
Apter, Emily. “Occupy Derivatives!/ Politics ‘smallest p’.” October, Fall 2012
Sutton, Benjamin. “CNN Commissioned Election-Themed Art From Liz Magic Laser, William Powhida, And More.” BlouinArtinfo, August 23, 2012
Alday, Sean. “Notes from the 1%”. Bushwick Daily, June 12, 2012


Cooper, Ashton. ““There May Be Dancing”: William Powhida on Tomorrow’s “Telethon for the 1 Percent.” BlouinArtinfo. June 8, 2012
Fox, Dan. “Changing Places.” Frieze, Summer, 2012


Powhida, William. “Why Are (Most) Artists (So Fucking) Poor?” Hyperallergic, April 13, 2012 


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Dempsey, Dean. “Pretty Pictures with William Powhida.” SFAQ, Dec 29, 2011
Miranda, Carolina A. “Biting The Hand That Feeds Them.” Art News, Dec, 2011
Chayka, Kyle. Alanna Martinez, “8 New York Art Picks for This Week, From Urs Fischer’s Mystery Show to William Powhida’s “Derivatives”.” Artinfo, October 19, 2011
“Show & Tell: William Powhida Takes on the Plutocracy at Postmasters Gallery.” In The Air, Art+Aucion, Artinfo, October 10, 2011
Johnson, Ken. “’POWHIDA’.” The New York Times, August 4, 2011
Cooper, Ashton. “Artist William Powhida Discusses the Outrageous Misbehavior That Notorious Art-World Wastrel, William Powhida.” Artinfo, August 1, 2011
Gopnik, Blake. “An Artist Turns Us All Into Puppets.” Newsweek Daily Beast, July 28, 2011
Droitcour, Brian. “William, It Was really Nothing.” Artforum, August 1, 2011
Finch, Charlie. “William Powhida Useless Tool.” artnet.com, August 3, 2011
Powhida, William. “Dispatch from Sheboygan: Week Three.” Hyperallergic, July 30, 2011
Chayka, Kyle. “The Joke Is On Whom?: Looking for the Punchline in William Powhida’s Burlesque of Art Stardom at Marlborough Gallery.” Artinfo, July 28, 2011
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Powhida, William “Dispatch from Sheboygan: Week Two.” Hyperallergic, July 22, 2011
Powhida, William. “Dispatch From Sheboygan: On Memory.” Hyperallergic, July 15, 2011
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“Art, #class Interview with William Powhida and Jennifer Dalton.” Idiom.com, July 13, 2010
Graves, Jen. “Magical Thinking.” The Stranger, July 6, 2010
Falvey, Emily. “All That Glitters Isn’t Gold:Kitsch, Bling-bling, and Bullshit.” ESSE arts + opinions, Spring / Summer, 2010
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Davis, Ben. “Ten Stories for 2009.″ artnet.com, December 28, 2009
Kaplan, Steven. “William Powhida in A Tale of Three Covers.” post.thing.net, December 26, 2009
Saltz, Jerry. “Unearthed Classics and Reinvented Forms: The Best Art of 2009.″ nymag.com, December 20, 2009
Davis, Ben. “Lost in Miami.” artnet.com, December 11, 2009
Cave, Damien. “Tweaking the Big-Money Art World on Its Own Turf.” The New York Times, December 6, 2009, pp. C1, C6
Taft, Catherine. “Critics Picks: William Powhida at Charlie James.” artforum.com, November 2009
Ollman, Leah. “Art review: William Powhida at the Charlie James Gallery.” Los Angeles Times, November 13, 2009
Robinson, Walter. “Artnet News: New Museum Brouhaha Goes Supernova.” artnet.com, November 12, 2009
Green, Tyler. “Artist William Powhida on the NuMu’s ‘suicide’.” Modern Art Notes, November 3, 2009
The Brooklyn Rail, Cover illustration, November 2009 (publication)
Hegardt, Bjorn. Fukt Magazine, Issue # 7 1/2, October, 2009 (publication)
Wagner, James. “SchroRoWinkleFeuerBooneWildenRosenGosianGallery.” jameswagner.com, May 14, 2009
Cotter, Holland. “Art in Review: William Powhida ‘The Writing is on the Wall’”, The New York Times, Friday, May 8, 2009
Johnson, Paddy. “William Powhida at Schroeder Romero.” ArtFagCity.com, Thursday, April 16, 2009.
Orden, Erica. “Lastly, Play the Odds (But Just for Fun).” New York, May 4, 2009, p. 41
Farr, Kristin. “Ode to CheapTrick: Art Review ‘I Want You to Want Me’.” KQEDArts.org, April 26, 2009
Rowan, Lou (ed.). Golden Handcuffs Review, Spring-Summer 2009, Vol. I, No. 11, pp. 81-86 (the artwork “How To Write a Masterpiece.” reproduced)
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Art Lies, “Project Space.” pp. 24-29, reproduction of six works, Fall 2008
Bancroft, Shelly and Peter Nesbett. “Letters.” art on paper, May 2008, p. 10
Hogan, Felicity. “Featured Artist.” Lower East Side Printshop Newsletter, Spring 2008
Coburn, Tyler. “Special Focus: Reviews Marathon, New York; Air Kissing: Contemporary Art About the Art World; Momenta Art.” Art Review, February 2008
Joselit, David. “All Tomorrow’s Parties.” Artforum, February 2008, pp. 81-84
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Leffingwell, Ed. “William Powhida at Schroeder Romero.” Art in America, October 2007, p. 204
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Saltz, Jerry. “This is a Work of Fiction.” Critics Pick, nymag.com, June 6, 2007
Waters, Juliet. “Chapbook Odyssey: ‘The Back of the Line’ illustrates the dark and stormy dangers of incompetent minds.” Montreal Mirror, May 17 2007
Wolff, Rachel. “‘New York’ Magazine Loves William Powhida. Sort of.” nymag.com, May 11 2007
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Polnyi, Irene, “William Powhida, come back to New York.” MediumNYC, April 19th, 2006

Tran, Tam, “Dialogue.” www.the-wick.com, 2006
Graves, Jen, “I’m Nobody Still.” The Stranger, Vol. 15, No. 30, 2006
Kelly, Sue, “William Powhida”, The Seattle Weekly, April 5th – 11th. 2006
Miller, Jeffery, “William Powhida Interviewed by Jeffery Miller.” www.platformgallery.com, 2006
Kalm, James, “The Ballot Show.” The Brooklyn, Rail, January 2005
Lippens Nate, “Whimsy and Cocaine Ziggurats.” The Stranger, Dec 9th – 15th, 2004
Hackett, Regina, “These Artists’ Visions are all in ‘Paperwork’.” Seattle Post-Intelligencer, December 3rd, 2004
Kalm, James, “Bill of Wrongs: Will the Real William Powhida Please Stand up.” November/December 2004, Vol. 9, No. 11/12

Awards & Residencies
2014 Casas Maauad
2012 The Headlands Center for the Arts
2011 Kohler Arts Center, Connecting Communities Residency
2010 Lower East Side Printshop, Publishing residency
2008 Lower East Side Printshop, Benefit residency
2002 Cooper Union Summer Studio Residency
1998 3rd Place Salt Hill First Annual Hypertext Competition (Publication)
1998 Hiram Gee Senior Painting Award, Syracuse University (Financial)
1997 Roswell Hill Junior Painting Award, Syracuse University (Financial)

Selected Criticism and Writing
2015
"Artists Are Not Kale." with Magda Saswon. Hyperallergic, September 25th, 2015
"The great debate: why galleries could take even more money from their artists" The Artnewspaper, August 28th, 2015
"Artistic success in America means wearing the right old school tie." The Artnewspaper, April 30th, 2015
"Distribution is 80/20: A Presentation Transcript." Art and Debt, March 17th, 2015

2014
"Why Do We Expect Artists to Work for Free? Here’s How We Can Change the System." Creative Time Reports, December 2nd, 2014

2013
"Surviving Rent: Why Artists Can't Afford Critical Neutrality." ArtFCity, December 16th

"There's Always a Problem, Sometimes There's a Solution." Big, Red, and Shiny, October 15th

"The Yellow Building" Moreart.org, September

"It's the Political Economy, Stupid: The Global Financial Crisis in Art and Theory." Hyperallergic.com, July 8th

2012
"Why Are Most Artists So (Fucking?) Poor?" Hyperallergic.com, April 23rd

2006
“Cabin Comforts”, The Brooklyn Rail, July/August

“Jennifer and Kevin McCoy”, The Brooklyn Rail, April

“Pre-Occupation”, The Brooklyn Rail, April 

“Urban Landscapes”, WAGMAG, May

“Ten New Paintings”, The Brooklyn Rail, February

2005
“Manufactured Landscapes: The photographs of Edward
 Burtansky,” The Brooklyn Rail, Nov

“Enemy Image,” The Brooklyn Rail, September
 “Jon Paul Villegas,” The Brooklyn Rail, September

“Cai Guo-Qiang,” The Brooklyn Rail, June

“Under The Rainbow,” The Brooklyn Rail, June
 Eric Heist
”The Brooklyn Rail, May
 “Jules DeBalincourt,” The Brooklyn Rail, April

"Tim Hawkinson at The Whitney Museum of American Art,” The Brooklyn Rail, March

“Jonathan Schipper and Simon Lee,” The Brooklyn Rail, March
 “Thomas Lendvi,
”The Brooklyn Rail, February
 “Kerry James Marshall: One True Thing,” The Brooklyn Rail, December/January

2004
“Total Environment,” The Antiquer, October

“Seeing Others,” Marianne Boesky Gallery, The Brooklyn Rail, September

“WMD,” Front Room Gallery, The Brooklyn Rail, July/August

“Two enter and one leaves at YEAR,” The Brooklyn Rail, June

“Open House at BMA,” The Antiquer, June

“MoMA at El Museo,” The Antiquer, May

“Indigestable Correctness Parts I & II,” The Brooklyn Rail, May

“Abigail Lazkoz and Francisco Lopez at Momenta Art,” The Brooklyn Rail, April

“Paradise Now at The Asia Society,” The Brooklyn Rail, April

“Creative Time,” The Antiquer, April

“Olaf Breuning at Metro Pictures,” The Brooklyn Rail

“Crossing the Channel at The Met,” The Antiquer, February

“Uses of Americana in Contemporary Art,” The Antiquer, January

2003
“Guy Richards Smit at Satellite®,” The Brooklyn Rail, December/January

“David Opdyke at Roebling Hall,” The Brooklyn Rail, December/January

“Patrick Martinez at Parker’s Box,” The Brooklyn Rail, December/January

“Jason Middlebrook,” The Brooklyn Rail, November

“One on one,” The Brooklyn Rail, November

“Religious Desire,” artnet.com

“Jim Shaw at Metro Pictures,” The Brooklyn Rail, October

“The American Effect,” CIRCA, September

“Outpost,” The Brooklyn Rail, August-September

“Focus Group,” The Brooklyn Rail, August-September

“Exit Art Biennial,” The Brooklyn Rail, June-July

“Grounds,” The Brooklyn Rail, June-July

“Clutter and Clarity,” artnet.com

“Harriet Shorr,” The Brooklyn Rail, April-May

“Global Priority,” The Brooklyn Rail, April-May

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