Daniel Hesidence

Daniel Hesidence
b. 1975

Education:
Master of Fine Arts, Hunter College, New York, 2001
Bachelors of Fine Arts, University of Tampa, FL, 1998
 

Solo Exhibitions:
2015    Summers Gun, CANADA, New York, NY

2014    Summers Gun, Journal Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2010    Autumn Buffalo, DʼAmelio Terras Gallery, New York, NY

2009    ROSE LAUGHTER Winter Holiday, Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York, NY;
            curated by David Altmejd

2008    1 7 7 9 / Pedestrians, Feature Inc., New York, NY
            1 7 7 9 / Pedestrians, Greener Pastures Contemporary Art, Toronto, Canada

2007    1 7 7 7, Kevin Bruk Gallery, Miami, FL (catalog)

2006    1 7 3 6, Shaheen Modern and Contemporary Art, Cleveland, OH

2005    Waltz Paintings, Kantor Feuer Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2004    Feature Inc., New York, NY

            M du B, F, H & g, Montreal, Canada

2002    Feature Inc., New York, NY

            M du B, F, H & g, Montreal, Canada
 

Group Exhibitons:
2016     Make Painting Great Again, CANADA, NY

2015     The Painter of Modern Life, Anton Kern Gallery, New York, NY, organized by Bob Nickas
             Fertility, 33 Orchard, New York, NY
2013     The Encyclopedic Palace, 55th Venice Biennale, Venice Italy, curated by Massimiliano Gioni

2012     The Old, the New, the Different, Kunsthalle Bern, Switzerland

             Pothole, Salon 94, New York, NY

2011     bodybraingame, Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, IL, curated by Hudson
             Facing the Abyss, Witzenhausen Gallery, New York, NY

2010     La Tableau, Cheim and Read, New York, NY; curated by Joe Fyfe Black is the color, NP Contemporary
             Arts Center, New York

2009     Why Painting Now, BFAS/Blondeau Fine Art Services, Geneva, Switzerland

             Cave Painting: Installment #1, Greshamʼs Ghost, New York, NY; organized by Bob Nickas

             A Pink Panther, Kumukumu Gallery, New York, NY; curated by Amy Smith- Stewart with Hannah Dumes
             and Nicole OʼRourke

             Splinter of the Mindʼs Eye, Philip Slein Gallery, St. Louis, MO
             Cave Painting, PSM Gallery, Berlin, Germany; curated by Bob Nickas
             The Anniversary Show, Tracy Williams Limited, New York, NY
             Populate This Form, Feature Inc., New York, NY

2008     Political Correct, BFAS/Blondeau Fine Art Services, Geneva, Switzerland, curated by Hudson

             Bob Nickas: Recent Acquisitions, Gifts, and Works from Various Exhibitions 1985-2007,
             White Columns, New York, NY

             Ambivalent Figuration; People, Samson Projects, Boston, MA

2007     Painting as Fact – Fact as Fiction, de Pury & Luxembourg, Zurich, Switzerland; curated by
             Robert Nickas

             Miami Basel, Miami (Kevin Bruk Gallery)
             Handcrafter Optimism, Bodybuilders & Sportsman, Chicago, IL

             Warhol &..., Kantor/Feuer, Los Angeles, CA
             Heralds of Creative Anachronism, DʼAmelio Terras, New York, NY
             Late Liberties, John Connelly Presents, New York, NY

2006     The Way of All Flesh, Bravin Lee Productions, New York, NY

             Lippo Parades: When Desperate Times Call for Desperate Measures,

             Scarfone/Hartley Gallery, University of Tampa, Tampa, FL

             USA Today: New American Art from the Saatchi Gallery, Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK (catalog)

             The Aleph, Sandroni Rey, Los Angeles, CA

             Exquisite Corpse – Cadavre Exquis: A Game Played Between Mitchell
             Algus and Bob Nickas, Mitchelle Algus Gallery, New York, NY

             Dark, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, The Netherlands; curated by
             Jan Grosfeld and Rein Wolfs (catalog)

             Clarissa Dalrympleʼs Exhibition of Young Artists to Benefit the
             Foundation for Contemporary Arts, Bortolami Dayan, New York, NY; curated by Clarissa Dalrymple

2005     University of Tampa Alumni & Adjunct Faculty Exhibition
             Scarfone/Hartley Gallery, University of Tampa, Tampa, FL

             Greater New York 2005, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City, NY (catalog)

             With shuddering horror pale, and eyes aghast, Artspace, New Haven, CT (brochure)

             Gabríela Fridriksdóttir, Daniel Hesidence, Will Ryman, Tracy Williams, Ltd.
             New York ʻThe sun rises in the evening.ʼ, Feature Inc., New York, NY

             Richard Aldrich, Olivia Booth, Brian Fahlstrom, Carrie Gundersdorf, Daniel Hesidence,
             Candace Nycz, Sterling Ruby, 
             Marc Foxx, Los Angeles, CA

             The Hills Have Eyes, Ingalls and Associates, Miami, FL; curated by Gean Moreno

             Traces Everywhere, Tracy Williams, Ltd., New York, NY

2003     Flesh and Blood: The Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Taste, Michael
             Steinberg Fine Art, New York, NY; curated by Tracy Williams

             Fright Wig, Feature Inc., New York, NY

2002     Landscape, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY
             The Funeral Home, Marc Foxx, Los Angeles, CAS; curated by Dennis Cooper

2001     Another, once again, many times more, Feature Inc., New York, NY
 

Bibliography:

2015    Smith, Roberta. “In Daniel Hesidence’s Paintings at Canada Gallery, Monochromes and Mystery”, The New York Times. December 24.

            Indrisek, Scott. “7 Must-See Gallery Shows in New York”, blouinartinfo.com, December 16.    

            Wilson, Michael. “Critic’s Pick: Daniel Hesidence, ‘Summers Gun’”, Timeout New York, December 15. 

2013    RW, "La Biennale di Venezia: ll Palazzo Enciclopedico." June 1, 2013

2011    Frederick, Jeff. “Exhibition Reviews: Daniel Hesidence.” Art in America no. 2., February 2011: 99.

2010    Smith, Roberta. “Art in Review: Daniel Hesidence ʻAutumn Buffaloʼ.” The New York Times,
            17 December 2010: C34.

             Asfour, Nana. Review, “Daniel Hesidence: ʻAutumn Buffalo,ʼ” Time Out New York, November 19–25.

             Heinrich, Will. “The Force of Color: New Shows By Daniel Hesidence, Ana Mendieta and Bernd and
             Hilla Becher,” New York Observer. November 15, pg 52- 53.

2009     Smith, Roberta. “Le Tableau: French Abstraction and Its Affinities,” The New York Times. July 2. 2009

             Nickas, Bob. Painting Abstraction: New Elements in Abstract Painting, Phaidon Press, New York

             Marshall, Piper. “Cave Painting: A Conversation with Bob Nickas,” Art in America, 22 June 2009.

2008     Goings On About Town, New Yorker, 8 December 2008, pg. 20. Maine, Stephen. Review,
             Artcritical.com, December 2008. Wolin, Joseph R. Review, Time Out New York, 27, December

             Abstract America: New Painting, exhibition catalog with an introduction by Max Henry, Jonathan Cape.
             Random House, London, in association with the Saatchi Gallery.

2007     Lowenstein, Kate. Review of “Late Liberties,” Time Out New York, 23-29 August.

2006     Bly, Liz. Review, artUS, October/November, pg 61. Litt, Steven. Review, Cleveland Plain Dealer, 9 June.

2006     Tranberg, Dan. Preview, Angle, no. 26 (May/June), pg 16. Valerio, Mariel. Lippo Parades,
             The Minaret, 22 September.
             Voeller, Megan. “Homecoming,” Tampa Weekly Planet, 6-12 September, pg 21.
             “UT Gallery Highlights Emerging Tampa Artists, Tampa Tribune, 7 September.

2005     Greater New York 2005, exhibition catalog, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center,
             Long Island City, New York, pg 188-189.

             Birke, Judy. “Exhibit About Fear is Creepy, Daring, and Most Compelling,” New Haven
             Register. November

             Carel, Sari. Review of group exhibition at Tracy Williams, Ltd., artforum.com, Criticsʼ Picks. 24 July.

             Church, Amanda. Review of “Traces Everywhere,” Art on Paper, March/April, pg 74.

             Eleey, Peter. “Greater New York,” Frieze. May, pg 114-115 (reproduction).

             Genocchio, Benjamin. “Everything To Fear, Especially Fear Itself,” New York Times. 2

             Manning, Sean. Review of “Traces Everywhere,” New York Press. 2-8 February, pg. 52. 

             Ribas, Joao. Review of “Traces Everywhere,” Art Review. April.

             Smith, Roberta. Review of group exhibition at Tracy Williams, Ltd., New York Times, 5 August E28.

             “Artists in New York,” Contemporary Art 2005, pg 38-43 (reproductions). “New York Special,”
              Harpers Bazaar Japan. October, pg. 136 (reproduction). Goings On About Town, New York. 8-15 

2004     Cotter, Holland. Review, New York Times. 24 September, E33. Manning, Sean. Review, New York
             Press, 6-12 October, pg 56 (reproduction.)

2002     Mahoney, Robert. Review, Time Out New York. 11-18 April, pg. 71. 2001

             Cotter, Holland. “Another, Once Again, Many Times More,” New York Times, Listings. 11 May, E38.