Simone Subal Gallery

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Born 1982 St. Joseph, MO
Lives and works in New York

Education

2006 M.F.A. Yale University School of Art, New Haven, CT
2004 B.F.A. Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO

Solo and Two-Person Exhibitions/Screenings (Selection)

2017

The Hollow Coin, The Swiss Institute, New York, NY (forthcoming)
Indefinite Deposits, Triple Canopy, New York, NY (forthcoming)

2016

The Hollow Coin, presentation with Simone Subal Gallery at Art Basel Statements, Basel

2014

Backup, Simone Subal Gallery, New York, NY
Sam Ekwurtzel and Frank Heath, two person presentation with Simone Subal Gallery, Liste 19, Basel

2013

Asymptomatic Carrier, Solo presentation with Simone Subal Gallery, Frieze Frame, New York, NY

2012

Post Holes, Simone Subal Gallery, New York, NY

2011

Bcc:, (with Brendan Meara), Roots and Culture, Chicago, IL

2007

Econoline 1, (with JJ PEET), Videotage Gallery, Hong Kong

Group Exhibitions/Screenings (Selection)

2017

La Roche-sur-Yon International Film Festival, La Roche-sure-Yon, France (forthcoming)
True/False Film Festival, Columbia MI (forthcoming)
46th International Film Festival Rotterdam, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

2016

Garden Show, Curated by Sam Korman, Regards,, Chicago IL
Open Sesame, Curated by Kristan Kennedy, The lumber room, Portland, OR
Rêve du Pierre, curated by Alexandra Fau, Centre Pompidou, Paris (screening)

2015

Night Walk, a collaboration with Erin Shirreff, deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Lincoln, MA
Night of Philosophy, curated by Meriam Kouichi, French Institute, New York NY (Screening)
The Daily Show, Bureau, New York NY

2014

Biennale de Belleville, curated by Marie Maertens, Paris
The Built Environment, curated by Kathleen Madden, Mixer, Istanbul
It Narrative: The Movement of Objects as Information, curated by Zanna Gilbert and Brian Droitcour, Franklin St. Works, Stamford, CT
A Tale Of Two Islands: Beatrice Gibson with Alex Waterman, and Frank Heath, High Line Art, Channel 14, New York, NY
Catch Me If You Can: Virus and Catastrophe, Black Iris Gallery, Richmond, VA
Two Hours Two Minutes, curated by Tirdad Zolghadr, Images Festival, The Power Plant, Toronto, Canada
Invasive Species, Film Sector, Art Basel, Miami, FL

2013

Kool-Aid Wino, Franklin Street Works, Stamford, CT
Econoline 1 & Other Works, Spectacle Theatre, Brooklyn, NY

2012

The Way Things Go (Part 3), Curated by Frances Loeffler, Frutta, Rome, Italy
In Search Of…, Clough-Hanson Gallery, Rhodes College, Memphis, TN
and Kansas University Art and Design Gallery, Lawrence, KS
Matter Out of Place, curated by Lumi Tan, The Kitchen, New York, NY
Someone Has Stolen Our Tent, Simon Preston Gallery, New York, NY

2011

Single Channel, organized by Nina Johnson-Milewski, Miami, FL
Forcemeat, organized by Martha Friedman, Wallspace, New York, NY

2009

Nice Suit, Bethel Green Working Men’s Club, London
On From Here (Video Pyramid), Guild and Greyshkul, New York, NY
Suddenly: Where We Live Now, Pomona College Museum of Art, Claremont, CA

2008

Suddenly: Where We Live Now, Cooley Gallery – Reed College, Portland, OR

2007

As Loud as Pasture and Sky, Paragraph Gallery, Kansas City, MO

2006

A Family Affair, Urban Culture Project, Kansas City, MO

2004

Video Pleasures of the East, Worth Ryder Gallery, San Francisco, CA

Lectures / Talks

2014

Franklin Street Works, artist lecture

2013

Columbia University, Visiting Artists Lecture Series
Princeton University, guest lecturer
Institute of Fine Arts NYU, visiting artist

2012

Princeton University, guest lecturer

2010

Syracuse University, visiting artist

2009

Reed College / The Backroom, Art and Lawlessness, with Robert Slifkin

2008

The Cooper Union, guest lecturer
Sarah Lawrence College, guest lecturer, photography
New York University, guest critic, printmaking

Artist Publications

Parta-PartB volume no.1. curated by Ana Wolovick. Print Edition, 2015
“Cenotaphs” Portfolio, Bomb Magazine Online, May 4th 2015
“On the Beach: Made to be Found”, Triple Canopy, May 26th 2016, Online.
“Proxy Cipher Vietnam”, Postcard, Cabinet Magazine ,Punishment Issue , Summer 2012

Bibliography

2014

Orit, Gat. “Reviews in Brief: 8 New York Gallery Shows to See This Month”,BlouinArtInfo.com, Nov. 2014
Gopnik, Blake. “Frank Heath” The Daily Pic, Artnet News, Nov. 3rd, 2014
“Frank Heath”, Lookout, Art in America, Sept. 18th , 2014
Saltz, Jerry. “Jerry Saltz Dives Into the Lower East Side Art Scene and Emerges Optimistic”, New York Magazine, Sept. 12th , 2014
Charlesworth, JJ. “Art Basel Roundup” Art Review, June 2014

2013

Mahowald, Tyler, “Work in Progress”, V Magazine, Fall Preview issue 2013, pp. 44-47
Heddaya, Mostafa. “Considering Errors, Omissions, and Mistakes in Art”, Hyperalleric, Sept. 19th, 2013
Barliant, Claire. “Kool Aid Wino”, Kool Aid Wino, Franklin Street Works, July (cat.)
Russo, Peter. “Looking Back, Looking Forward”, Frieze blog, Jan. 7th

2012

Chamberlain, Colby, “Frank Heath”, Artforum.com, posted April 11, 2012
Proxy Cipher Vietnam, Cabinet Magazine Punishment Issue Postcard
Hurst, Howard. “Loving the Unlovable”, Hyperallergic, posted July 26, 2012
Tan, Lumi, Horivit, David ed. “Interview”, Matter Out of Place, The Future, Vancouver
Coburn, Tyler, “Future Great 2012: Frank Heath”, Art Review, Issue 57, March 2012, pp. 86-87
Russeth, Andrew. “When is a cat not a cat? When it’s a sculpture”, New York Observer, April 10th, 2012

2011

“100 Artists to Watch”, Modern Painters, Dec 2011 / January 2012

Additional Film Credits

Editor and Additional Cinematography: Donald CriedDirected by Kris Avedisian, Distribution by The Orchard (forthcoming 2017)
New Directors New Films, Museum of Modern Art, New York NY (screening)