brief bio [source: http://www.pierogi2000.com/flatfile/lazzarinpayphone.html]

solo exhibitions
2000
Pierogi, Brooklyn, NY


1998

violin, Pierogi 2000, Brooklyn, NY

1995
Gina Fiore Salon, New York, NY

selected group exhibitions
2002
The Whitney Biennial, The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY
On Perspective, Gallery Faurschou, Copenhagen, Denmark
Situated Realities” Works from the Silicon Elsewhere, MICA, Baltimore, MD

2001
Brent Sikkema Gallery, New York, NY
Bitstreams,
The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY
Pierogi Flat Files, Block Artspace, Kansas City, MO

2000
Minutiae, Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (Secca), Winston-Salem, NC
Haulin’ Ass, Post, Los Angeles, CA
Multiple Sensations, Yerba Buena Center For the Arts, San Francisco, CA

1998
Invitational ’98, Stefan Stux Gallery, New York, NY

1997
New York Drawers, Gasworks Gallery, London and The CornerHouse, Manchester
Current/Undercurrent: Working in Brooklyn, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY
Gramercy International, Gramercy Hotel, Pierogi 2000, New York, NY
Genuine Fiction, W-139, Amsterdam

1996
Gramercy International, Gramercy Hotel, Gina Fiore Salon, New York, NY
Independents Show, Galeria El Bohio, New York, NY
Self Images, HBO Corporate Gallery, New York, NY

1994
Second Independents Biennial, Galeria El Bohio, New York, NY
Soup, 10, New York, NY
Intercourse, Mustard, Brooklyn, NY

bibliography
New York Magazine, March 10–17, 2002.
Tim Griffin, “Bi American,” Time Out NY, March 14–21, 2002
Jerry Saltz, “American Bland Stand,” The Village Voice, March 7, 2002
Ariella Budick, “Modern Media Blitz,” Newsday, March 10, 2002
Sarah Douglas, “The 70th Whitney biennial opens,” The Art Newspaper, March 2002
Dan Bischoff, “Moving images: At the Whitney Biennial, everything–even the facade–is in motion,”
The Star-Ledger, March 7, 2002
Jessica Dawson, “In Computer-Enhanced Pics, Gee Whiz Overwhelms the Art,” Washington Post, March 7, 2002

Lee Gardner, “Brave New World of Digital Imaging Wears a Traditional Face,” Baltimore City Paper Online, February 2002
Barbara Pollock, “Back to the Future with ‘Bitstreams’,” Art in America, September 2001
Nicole Krauss, “Still Life with Phone and Gun,” Art News, June 2001
Katie Clifford, “Bitstreams,” Art News, June 2001
Denise Carvahlo, “Bitstreams,” Flash Art, May – June 2001
Robert Atkins, “Surface Pleasures,” Art Byte, May – June 2001.
Micaela Giovannotti, “Bitstreams,” tema celeste, Year XVIII, #85, May – June 2001
Jerry Saltz, “Byte Lite,” Village Voice, May 1, 2001
Tim Griffin, “The End of the Beginning,” TimeOut NY, April 26 – May 3, 2001
tema celeste, “News and Around,” #84, March – April, 2001.
Lee Rosenbaum, “Tech Art: Boom or Bust?,” The Wall Street Journal, April 6, 2001
Mark Stevens, “Geek Art,” New York Magazine, April 2, 2001
Michael Kimmelman, “Creativity, Digitally Remastered,” The New York Times Magazine, March 23, 2001
Steve Bodow, “The Whitney’s Digital Sampler,” New York Magazine, March 26, 2001
Glenn R. Phillips, “Bit Streams,” Inter Vista, Vol. IV, #24, Fall – Winter, 200-01
Max Henry, “Features: Robert Lazzarini,” tema celeste, Year XVIII, #83, January – February 2001
Winston-Salem Journal, “Adding Extra to Ordinary,” January 7, 2001
Art Byte, “Speed Reading,” January – February 2001, Winter 2001 Preview, January 2001
Matt Muro, The New York Times on the web, Pick of the Week, October 2000
Art News Special: The Cutting Edge, “Small Budgets, Large Ambitions,” October 1996
Robert Edelman, “Robert Lazzarini,” Cover Art, March 1996

awards
New York Foundation for the Arts, Visual Arts Grant, July 1985
New York Foundation for the Arts, Visual Arts Grant, renewal, June 1986

education
1990    BFA, School of Visual Arts
1985
  Parsons School of Design

Related Links:

http://www.robertlazzarini.com/

http://www.artmag.com/museums/a_usa/ausrdvf/lazzarin.html

http://en.safmuseum.org/pages/bio.php?id=63.html

http://the-artists.org/artist/robert-lazzarini

 

 

 

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