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EXHIBITIONS AND PROJECTS

 

SOLO

2019      “Dependency Graph 3,”  Issue Project Room, Brooklyn NY

              "Dependency Graph 4", Carriage Trade, New York, NY

2018      “Volatility Smile 3,”  Installation for the FRONT Triennial at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Cleveland, OH

 

2017      “Dependency Graph,” Elder Gallery, Lincoln, NE

 

2015      “Pay Your Future Self First:  Philip Vanderhyden with Sean Dack and Stuart Argabright,”  Southfirst, Brooklyn, NY

 

2014      “Volatility Smile,” Andrew Rafacz Gallery, Chicago, IL

 

2013      “Tracking The Thrill:  Gretchen Bender,” The Kitchen, NY, NY  (Curatorial Project)

 

2012      “Tracking The Thrill:  Gretchen Bender,” The Poor Farm, WI  (Curatorial Project)

 

2011      “Outside Group,” Andrew Rafacz Gallery, Chicago, IL

 

2010       “Philip Vanderhyden:  New Paintings,” CTRL Gallery, Houston, TX

                              

2009      "New Paintings," Light & Sie Gallery Dallas, TX

 

2007      "Philip Vanderhyden:  Paintings," Hudson Franklin, New York, NY

 

2005      "Three Paintings," The Suburban, Oak Park, IL

 

GROUP

             

2018     

 

“Social Photography VI, Carriage Trade, New York, NY

“Picture City”, Carriage Trade, New York, NY

“Depenency Graph 2”, Underground BarBar, New York, NY

 

2017     

 

“Bozar Electronic Music Festival Peformance”, Brussels, Belgium

“Mood Therapy”. Unisex Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

“With Black Rain”, Nebraska Wesleyan, Lincoln, NE

“Social Photography”, Carriage Trade, NY, NY

“The Dangerous Professors”, Triumph Gallery, Chicago, IL

“Without Sky”, Julius Caesar, Chicago, IL

”Expo Chicago Video Program”, Chicago, IL

“Philip Vanderhyden and Jeff Gibson”, The Suburban, Milwaukee, WI

 

2016     

 

“Efficient Frontier”, Magenta Plains, NY, NY

“Make New York Better”, 38 Pitt Street, NY, NY

“Condensed Matter Community”, Synchrotron Radiation Center, Madison, WI

“Superlacuna”, Unisex Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

“Devils Are Actually Angels”, Mumbo’s Outfit, NY, NY

“D.A.D. Video Program”, NADA Miami Beach, Miami, FL

 

2015     

 

“Art: Work”, Reverse, Brooklyn, NY

“The Suburban:  Sixteen Years”, Mount Airy Contemporary, Philadelphia, PA

“MCA Prime Time”, Curated by Cody Hudson, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL

“Surface-Support”, Curated by Amanda Schmitt, Signal Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

“Faculty Exhibition”, 92nd St. Y Art Center, NY, NY

“The Sharper Image”, Curated by Jeff Gibson, Artspace Sydney, Sydney, Austrailia 

“-Scape”, Zhou B. Art Center, Chicago, IL

             

             

2014     

 

“2014 Whitney Biennial”, Whitney Museum of Art, NY, NY

 

2013     

 

“Annie Lapin, John Lehr, Alon Levin, Philip Vanderhyden”, Andrew Rafacz Gallery, Chicago, IL

 

2012     

 

“Data Trash”, Curated by Chris Dorland, I-20 Gallery, NY, NY

“Lake Effect / Nor’easter, La Montaigne Gallery, Boston, MA    

“Go to Pieces”, Monya Rowe Gallery, NY, NY  (Curatorial Project)

 

2011     

 

“To Tell The Truth”, Monya Rowe Gallery, NY, NY

“Large Abstractions”  The Suburban, Oak Park, IL

“Summer Group Show”, Rena Sternberg Gallery, Chicago, IL

“A Person of Color”, Curated by Jose Lerma, The Green Gallery, Milwaukee, WI    

 

2010     

 

“A Testbed of Futurity”, Southfirst, Brooklyn, NY

“I Speak Now From the Aesthetic and Artistic Point of View When I Say That Life With Michelle Grabner Is Dull”, Leo Koenig Projekte, NY, NY

“Gradation”, Curated by Garth Weiser, Lisbon, Portugal

“Welcome to the Neighborhood”, William H. Cooper, Chicago, IL

“Faculty Exhibition”, 92nd St. Y, New York, NY

 

2009     

 

“Analog Sunset”, Ludlow 38, NY, NY

“System, System, The Convent, Brooklyn, NY

“Philip Vanderhyden and Douglas Ross”, St. Louis Museum of Contemporary Art.

“Red Pictures”, Hudson Franklin, NY, NY

“Underconstruction Projects”, The Poor Farm, Waupaca, WI    

                            

2008     

 

“Aqua Art Fair”, Light and Sie, Miami, FL

“Pictures of Nothing”, Lloyd Dobler Gallery, Chicago, IL

“Bauhaus Art Show”, Guertin’s Graphics, Chicago, IL

“ILIA Faculty Exhibition”, Gallery 350, Chicago, IL       

 

2007     

 

"Grit and Vigor", Light and Sie Gallery, Dallas, TX

"Tenth Benefit Art Auction", Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, WI

"Part Time", Illinois Institute of Art, Chicago, IL

“Aqua Art Fair”, Hudson Franklin Gallery, Miami, FL

 

2006     

 

"Philip Vanderhyden and Matt Stolle,", Rowley Kennerk Gallery, Chicago   IL

"Philip Vanderhyden and Amy Park,", Gahlberg Gallery, Chicago  IL

"The Believers", Curated by Michelle Grabner, Hudson Franklin Gallery, NY, NY

"Wherever", Devening Projects and Editions, Chicago, IL

“Art (212)”, NY, NY

“Remain in Light”, University of Illinois, Normal  IL

 

2005     

 

"Nova Art Fair", Devening Projects and Editions, Chicago, IL

"No Monument", The Guest House, Chicago, IL

“Cephalic Symbols”, Judy Saslow Gallery, Chicago, IL.

 

2004     

 

"Succeeding Where the Hippies Failed", Le Roy Neiman Gallery, NY, NY.

"MFA Thesis Exhibition", Mary and Leigh Block Museum, Evanston,  Il.

"Philip Vanderhyden, Gregg Perkins, Stephan Husby",  The Suburban,  Oak Park Il.

 

2003     

 

"All Over and At Once", curated by Lane Relyea, The Pond Gallery, Chicago, Il

"Amy’s Friends", Body-Builder and Sportsman Gallery, Chicago, Il

 

 

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EDUCATION

 

Northwestern University

Department of Art Theory and Practice

MFA, 2004

                                                         

University Wisconsin, Madison        

Department of Art

BFA, 2001

 

AWARDS / GRANTS

 

2014      Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant

 

2012      Andy Warhol Grant (In collaboration with The Poor Farm)

 

2012      Joan Mitchell Painters and Sculptors Grant Nominee

 

2011      Joan Mitchell Painters and Sculptors Grant Nominee 

           

2009      Hearst Grant

 

2009      Joan Mitchell Painters and Sculptors Grant Nominee

                    

2009      Rema Hort Mann Foundation Nominee

 

2003-4  Graduate Fellowship:  Northwestern University