Jimenez - Colon Collection
Andrew Masullo
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Masullo, Andrew
Born in Elizabeth, New Jersey, in 1957

Education

1979 Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ; BA, Studio Art

One-Person Exhibitions

2011 Steven Zevitas Gallery, Boston
Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles
2010 Feature Inc., New York
2009 Texas Gallery, Houston
Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles
2008 Gallery Paule Anglim, San Francisco
2007 Steven Zevitas Gallery, Boston
Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles
2006 Gallery Paule Anglim, San Francisco
2004 Joan T. Washburn Gallery, New York (catalogue)
2002 Joan T. Washburn Gallery, New York (catalogue)
2001 Zolla/Lieberman Gallery, Chicago
2000 Gallery Paule Anglim, San Francisco
Joan T. Washburn Gallery, New York (catalogue)
1999 Thomas Ammann Fine Art, Zürich (catalogue)
1998 Derek Eller Gallery, New York
1996 André Emmerich Gallery, New York
1994 André Emmerich Gallery, New York
Craig Cornelius Gallery, New York
1993 Bockley Gallery, Minneapolis, MN
1991 fiction/nonfiction, New York
Bockley Gallery, Minneapolis, MN
1990 fiction/nonfiction, New York
Asher-Faure Gallery, Los Angeles
1989 Bockley Gallery, Minneapolis
fiction/nonfiction, New York (catalogue)
1988 fiction/nonfiction, New York
1987 Bockley Gallery, Minneapolis, MN
1986 Paulo Salvador Gallery, New York

Group Exhibitions

2011 “Forrest Bess: 100 Years,” Kirk Hopper Fine Art, Dallas
“bodybraingame,” Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago; curated by Hudson
“Assembly,” Edward Thorpe Gallery, New York
“self-referral non-objective,” Feature Inc., New York
“Katherine Bernhardt, Alfred Jensen, Chris Johanson, Chris Martin, Andrew Masullo, Judith Scott,”
Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York
“Channel to the New Image,” Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York
“Jim Schmidt Presents: Abstraction,” Philip Slein Gallery, St. Louis, MO
“i am not monogamous, i heart poetry,” Feature Inc., New York
Thomas Ammann Fine Art, Basel Art Fair, Switzerland
“Object / Image,” Tibor de Nagy, New York
“Cries & Whispers,” Sam Lee Gallery, Los Angeles
2010 “The Jewel Thief,” The Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery, Saratoga Springs,
NY; curated by Ian Berry and Jessica Stockholder
“who loves the sun,” Susanne Hilberry Gallery, Ferndale, MI
“Wall-to-Wall,” Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles
“Exhibition of Work by Newly Elected Members and Recipients of Honors and Awards,” American
Academy of Arts and Letters, New York
“Invitational Exhibition of Visual Arts,” American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York
2009 “Abstract Alchemists,” Heather James Gallery, Palm Desert, CA
“Paintings,” Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles
“Put Together,” Steven Zevitas Gallery, Boston
“Populate This Form,” Feature Inc., New York
2008 “Another Damned Drawing Show, Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles
“The Idea of Nature,” 33 Bond, New York; curated by William Weiss
2007 “Block Party II: An Exhibition of Drawings,” Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles
“Thoughts,” Feature Inc., New York
“Open End,” Kinkead Contemporary, Culver City, CA; curated by David McDonald
2006 “Andrew Masullo, Naoto Nakagawa, Alexander Ross,” Feature Inc., New York
“Peter Acheson, Chris Martin, Andrew Masullo,” Baumgartner Gallery, New York; curated by Chris
Martin
“Summer Group Show,” Baumgartner Gallery, New York
2005–06 “The O Show,” Shore Institute of the Contemporary Arts, Long Branch, NJ; Kresge Foundation
Gallery, Ramapo College, Mahwah, NJ; curated by MatCH-Art
2005 “Around About Abstraction,” Weatherspoon Museum, Greensboro, NC; curated by Ron Platt
"Surface," Lucas Schoormans Gallery, New York, curated by Tate Dougherty
2004 “Colored Pencil,” K.S. Art, New York
2003 “Best in Show,” Marcel Sitcoske Gallery, San Francisco
2002 “Gallery Artists Group Exhibition,” Zolla/Lieberman Gallery, Chicago
“Nina Bovasso, David Dupuis, Andrew Masullo,” Derek Eller Gallery, New York
2001 “Gallery Artists Group Exhibition,” Zolla/Lieberman Gallery, Chicago
2000 Thomas Ammann Fine Art, Basel Art Fair, Switzerland
1999 “The Stroke,” Exit Art, New York; curated by Ross Bleckner
1998 “Little,” Jeffrey Coploff Gallery, New York
1998 Summer Group Show, Derek Eller Gallery, New York
“From Here to Eternity: Painting in 1998,” Max Protech Gallery, New York; curated by Ruth
Kaufmann
1997 “Alive and Well,” Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York
“Purely Painting,” Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York
1996 “Box,” Fotohui Cramer Gallery, New York
1995 “Love Flight of a Pink Candy Heart: A Compliment to Florine Stettheimer,” Holly Solomon Gallery,
New York; curated by Michael Duncan (catalogue)
Benefit Exhibition, White Columns, New York
“Geometric Abstraction,” Grimaldis Gallery, Baltimore, MD
“Geometry,” Allene Lapides Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
1994 “Whateva,” Dru Arstark Gallery, New York
“Al dente,” Caren Golden Fine Art, New York; curated by Randy Wray
“Abstraction,” Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago
André Emmerich Gallery, Basel Art Fair, Switzerland
“Retouching the Family Album,” Patricia Shea Gallery, Los Angeles
1993 “Hereʼs Looking at Me: Contemporary Self-Portrait,” Espace Lyonnais dʼArt Contemporain, Lyon,
France; curated by Bernard Brunon (catalogue)
1992 “Hollywood, Hollywood: Identity under the Guise of Celebrity,” Art Center College of Design,
Pasadena, CA; curated by Fred Fehlau (catalogue)
“Paper,” Diane Brown Gallery, New York
“Forty Years of Paint-by-Number, 1952–1992,” Bridgewater/Lustberg Gallery, New York
“The Object is Bound,” Stephen Wirtz Gallery, San Francisco
“Mssr. Bʼs Curio Shop,” Threadwaxing Space, New York, curated by Saul Ostrow (catalogue)
“Are You a Boy or Are You a Girl?,” Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT; curated by Cary Leibowitz
“Dysfunction in the Family Album,” Diane Brown Gallery, New York, curated by David Humphrey
1991–93 “Departures: Photography 1923–1990,” Cantor Gallery, Worcester, MA; traveled to Denver Art
Museum, Denver, CO; Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, NE; Pittsburgh Center for the Arts,
Pittsburgh, PA: The Goldie Paley Gallery at Moore College of Art and Design, Philadelphia;
Telfair Academy of Arts and Sciences, Inc., Savannah, GA; curated by Edmund Yankov
(catalogue)
1991 “Just what is it that makes todayʼs homes so different, so appealing?,” The Hyde Collection, Glen
Falls, NY; curated by Dan Cameron (catalogue)
“The Library of Babel,” Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center, Buffalo, NY; White Columns, New York;
curated by Todd Alden (catalogue)
“Not on Canvas,” Asher-Faure Gallery, Los Angeles
1990 “All Quiet on the Western Front? Part Two,” Espace Dieu, Paris
“Word as Image,” Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York
“Word as Image: American Art 1960–1990,” Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, WI; Oklahoma Art
Museum, Oklahoma City, OK; Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston; curated by Russell
Bowman (catalogue)
“Regarding Art: Artworks About Art,” John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI (catalogue)
“Hollywoodland,” fiction/nonfiction, New York
“Stripes,” Barbara Krakow Gallery, Boston
1990 “Criticʼs Choice,” Washburn Gallery, New York; curated by John Yau (catalogue)
1989 “Departures: Photography 1924–1989,” Hirschl & Adler Modern, New York (catalogue)
“Boîte Alerte,” Renée Fotouhi Fine Art, New York
“Anne, ma soeur Anne...,” Galerie Antoine Candau, Paris
“The Milky Way,” Shoshona Wayne Gallery, Santa Monica, CA; curated by Stephen Westfall
(catalogue)
“Repetition: 1969–1989,” Hirschl & Adler Modern, Basel Art Fair, Switzerland
“Invitational with Gallery Artists,” fiction/nonfiction, New York
1988 “Benefit ʼ88,” White Columns, New York
“Andrew Masullo and Marilyn Minter,” fiction/nonfiction, New York
“The Altered Page: Selections from the Ruth and Marvin Sackner Archive of Concrete and Visual
Poetry, Book Arts Gallery,” New York (catalogue)
“Doug Argue and Andrew Masullo,” Bockley Gallery, Minneapolis, MN
1987 “Preview,” fiction/nonfiction, New York
1986 “Small Works,” Sculpture Center, New York
“The Book Made Art,” Joseph Regenstein Library, University of Chicago; curated by Jeffrey
Abt (catalogue)
1985 “Book Arts II,” Hand in Hand Gallery, New York
“Mighty,” Small Works, Hand in Hand Gallery, New York
“Funeral Rites: Andrew Masullo, Andrés Serrano, Robin Parker,” White Columns, New York;
curated by Bill Arning
“Artworks/Bookworks,” Dallas Public Library, Dallas, TX
“Artistsʼ Book Exhibition,” Hand in Hand Gallery, New York
1984 “Still Life With Transaction: Former Objects, New Moral Arrangements, and the History of
Surfaces,” International With Monument, New York; curated by Collins and Milazzo
1983 “Third Annual Artistsʼ Book Show,” Kathryn Markel Gallery, New York
“R. Garratt, A. Masullo,” International With Monument, New York

Selected Bibliography

2011 Smith, Roberta. “At the Met, a Canvas Ahead of Its Time,” New York Times, 15 July, C25
Smith, Roberta. “Katherine Bernhardt, Alfred Jensen, Chris Johanson, Chris Martin,
Andrew Masullo, and Judith Scott,” New York Times, 15 July, C23
2010 Smith, Roberta. “Andrew Masullo: Recent Paintings,” New York Times, Last Chance, 3 December,
C23
Smith, Roberta. “Andrew Masullo: Recent Paintings,” New York Times, Art in Review, 25
November, C36
Thomson, Steven. “Dallas Art 2.0: Texas Triumph or Sophomore Slump?” Culturemap.com,
9 February
2009 Britt, Douglas. "Small Paintings Have Big Impact," Houston Chronicle (Zest Magazine),
18 October, 4-5 (reproduction)
Davenport, Bill. “2009 Fall Preview,” Glasstire.com, September (reproduction)
2008 Baker, Kenneth. Review of exhibition at Paule Anglim, San Francisco Chronicle, 20 September,
E10 (reproduction)
2007 Frank, Peter. “The Big Picture and the Small,” LA Weekly, 14 February
Hainley, Bruce. Review, Artforum, December, 361 (reproduction)
Kahlenberg, Sara. “Make Mine Abstract,” artslant.com, posted 13 February
McQuaid, Cate. Boston Globe, Calendar Section, 1 November, 5 (reproduction)
Pagel, David. “Centripetal Forces of Color, Texture,” Los Angeles Times, 28 September, E18–19
(reproduction)
2006 “Andrew Masullo at Paule Anglim”, artfever.blogspot.com, 22 October
Genocchio, Benjamin. “Exploring the Circle from Every Angle,” New York Times, 1 January, Arts &
Entertainment section, 8
2005 “SICA Presents: A Roundtable Discussion and Gallery Tour with the O Show,”
UpstageMagazine.com, 15 December
“Homage to ʻO,ʼ” Atlanticville, 1 December, 30 (reproduction)
“Exhibition Comes to SICA,” UpstageMagazine.com, 11 November
Buckner, Keith. “Abstract: Door to Subconscious,” gotriad.com, 14 July
McIrvine, Ted. “Museum is Worth a Visit,” Hendersonville Times-News, 10 July
Patterson, Tom. “Angles on Abstraction,” Winston-Salem Journal, 26 June
2004 Andrew Masullo, exhibition catalogue, Joan T. Washburn Gallery, New York
Naves, Mario. “In a Dark Hour for Abstraction, a Welcoming Impurity Beckons,” New York
Observer, 9 February, 18
Naves, Mario. “Candy-Store Canvases: Masulloʼs Sweet-Tooth,” New York Observer, 12 July, 18
Smith, Roberta. “Looking Back at the Flurry on the Far Side,” New York Times, 10 December
2003 Duncan, Michael. Review, Art in America, May, 140 (reproduction)
Martin, Chris. “On Abstract Painting,” Brooklyn Rail, April/May, 24–25
2002 Andrew Masullo, exhibition catalogue, Joan T. Washburn Gallery, New York
Kalm, James. “Gigantus Abstractosaurus: Twilight of the Dogmas,” NY Arts, October
Moylan, Chris. “Nina Bovasso, David Dupuis, Andrew Masullo,” artcritical.com, February
Naves, Mario. Review, New York Observer, 7 October, 20
2000 “Preziosen und Candy: Andrew Masullo bei Ammann Fine Art,” Zürcher Kultur, Neue Zürcher
Zeitung, 10 February, 34
Andrew Masullo, exhibition catalogue with text by John Yau, Joan T. Washburn Gallery, New York
Helfand, Glen. Review, San Francisco Bay Guardian, 22 November, 93
Kalm, James. Review, NY Arts, December, 67 (reproduction)
Mason, Brook S. “Hanging Around New York: A Monthly Guide,” The Art Newspaper, September,
80
Naves, Mario. “Andrew Masulloʼs Lap Paintings Have a Goofy Significance,” New York Observer,
2 October, 17 (reproduction)
Naves, Mario. “Punchy Canvases Searching for Beauty,” New York Observer, 17 April, 17
Newhall, Edith. “Fall Art Preview,” New York Magazine, 11 September, 122 (reproduction)
1999 Andrew Masullo, exhibition catalogue with text by George Frei, Thomas Ammann Fine Art, Zurich
Dailey, Meghan. Review, Artforum, March, 126 (reproduction)
1998 Johnson, Ken. Review, New York Times, 6 November, E40
Mason, Christopher. “Uptown, Downtown: Mixing Like Paint,” New York Times, 10 December,
E4 (reproduction)
1997 Finch, Charlie. “The Royal Flush,” Artnet.com, 29 October
Murdock, Robert M. Review of “Alive and Well,” Review, 1 October, 22
1996 Cotter, Holland. Review, New York Times, 15 March, C27
Edelman, Robert. “Laying It on Thick: Andrew Masullo,” Cover, April, 14–15 (reproduction)
Michaels, Bernd. Kunst in der Provinzial, Provinzial Versicherungsanstalten, Düsseldorf
1995 Hutchings, David. “Art and Soul,” In Style, December, 109 (reproduction)
1994 Review, ARTnews, Summer, 178 (reproduction)
“From Bad to Good,” New Yorker, 19 September, 24
Humphrey, David. Review, Art Issues, November/December, 32–33 (reproduction)
Johnson, Ken. Review, Art in America, December, 97–98 (reproduction)
1993 Hereʼs Looking at Me: Contemporary Self-Portrait, exhibition catalogue with text by Bernard
Brunon, Espace Lyonnais dʼArt Contemporain, Lyon, France
1992 Cyphers, Peggy. Review, Arts, February, 81
Hollywood, Hollywood: Identity under the Guise of Celebrity, exhibition catalogue with texts by Fred
Fehlau, Anne Friedberg, Michael Lassell, and David Robbins, Art Center College of Design,
Pasadena, CA
Hagen, Charles. Review of “Paper,” New York Times, 31 January, C19
Ostrow, Saul. Messr. Bʼs Curio Shop, exhibition catalogue, Threadwaxing Space, New York
1991 The Library of Babel, exhibition catalogue with text by Todd Alden Hallwalls Contemporary Arts
Center, Buffalo, NY
Just what is it that makes todayʼs homes so different, so appealing?, exhibition catalogue with
text by Dan Cameron, The Hyde Collection, Glen Falls, NY
Departures: Photography 1923–1990, exhibition catalogue with introduction by Edmund Yankov
and text by Andy Grundberg, Cantor Gallery, Worcester, MA
Levin, Kim. Village Voice, Art in Brief, 3 December, 77
1990 Schwendenwien, Jude. Review, Artscribe International, January, 84–85 (reproduction)
Andreoli-Woods, Lynn. “Stupid Nothings and Celebrations: Two Approaches to Nostalgia,” L.A.
Reader, 23 February, 17 (reproduction)
Word as Image: American Art 1960–1990, exhibition catalogue with texts by Gerry Biller, Russell
Bowman, and Dean Sobel, Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, WI
All Quiet on the Western Front?, exhibition catalogue with texts by Alan Jones, Joseph Masheck,
and Tricia Collins/Richard Milazzo, Galerie Antoine Candau, Paris
Coleman, A. D. Review, New York Observer, 24 September, 24
Decter, Joshua. Review, Arts, December, 98
Regarding Art: Artworks About Art, exhibition catalogue, John Michael Kohler Arts Center,
Sheboygan, WI
Geer, Suvan. “Detritus of Culture,” Los Angeles Times, 16 February, F27–28 (reproduction)
Kastner, Jeffrey. Review, New Art Examiner, March, 52
Mahoney, Robert. Review of “Criticʼs Choice,” Flash Art, March/April, 180
Nesbitt, Lois E. Review, Artforum, December, 138–139 (reproduction)
Criticʼs Choice, exhibition catalogue with text by John Yau, Washburn Gallery, New York
1989 Andrew Masullo, exhibition catalogue with text by Dan Cameron, fiction/nonfiction, New York
Donahue, Marlena. Review of “The Milky Way,” Los Angeles Times, 28 July, 18
Frank, Peter. Review of “The Milky Way,” L.A. Weekly, 15–21 September, 115
1989 Handy, Ellen. Review, Arts, September, 95–96 (reproduction)
Hapgood, Susan. Review, Flash Art, October, 131 (reproduction)
Hirsch, David. “Summer Thrills for Humid Heat,” New York Native, 24 June, 30
Kaplan, Steven, Review, etc. Montreal, Autumn, 80–81 (reproduction)
Levin, Kim. Choices, Village Voice, 2 May, 50
Mahoney, Robert. “Quiet Desperation: Installations Revisited,” Arts, November, 58–63
(reproduction)
Montgomery, Lee. “Milky Way Show: Diverse Look at Universal Concepts,” Santa Monica
Outlook, 28 July, D6 (reproduction)
Smith, Roberta. Review, New York Times, 21 April, C24 (reproduction)
Stephens, Richard. “Freefalling Through the Galaxy,” L.A. Artweek, 9 September, 29
Wallach, Amei. “SoHo Gets Another Boom,” New York Newsday, 7 April, Weekend section, 15
Departures: Photography, 1924–1989, exhibition catalogue with text by Simon Watney, Hirschl &
Adler Modern, New York
The Milky Way, exhibition catalogue with text by Stephen Westfall, Shoshona Wayne Gallery,
Santa Monica, CA
Yau, John. Review, Contemporanea, July/August, 31
1988 The Altered Page: Selections from the Ruth and Marvin Sackner Archive of Concrete and Visual
Poetry, exhibition catalogue with text by Marvin Sackner, Book Arts Gallery, New York
1986 The Book Made Art, exhibition catalogue with text by Jeffrey Abt, University of Chicago

Projects, Publications, and Reproductions of Artwork

2009 “I Can Read in Red, I Can Read in Blue, I Can Read in Pickle Color Too,” online exhibition curated
by Douglas Melini, Minus Space, New York; http://www.minusspace.com/category/viewlist/
Humphrey, David and Geoff Kaplan. Blind Handshake, Periscope Publishing, Fall 2009
(reproductions)
2007 Untitled publication, no. 1 (Spring), Feature Inc., New York (reproduction)
1994 Paris Review, Fall (cover art)

Awards and Grants

2011 Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship
1989 New York State Council on the Arts, CAPS grant
1988 Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant

Private Collections

Doris Ammann, Zurich
Thomas N. Armstrong, III, New York
Bill Arning, Houston
Ross Bleckner, New York
Francesco Clemente, New York
Cliff Diver, New York
Elizabeth Harris, New York
Fredericka Hunter and Ian Glennie, Houston
Ruth Kaufmann, New York
Frank and Patti Kolodny, Princeton, NJ
Knight Landesman, New York
Larry and Susan Marx, Los Angeles
Mary Tyler Moore, New York
Ron Pizzuli, Columbus, OH
Paul Rickert, San Francisco
John Robertshaw, New York
A. G. Rosen, New York
Leonard Rosenberg, New York
Peter and Mari Shaw, Philadelphia
George Wanlass and Karen Carson, Los Angeles
Joan Washburn, New York
Thea Westreich and Ethan Wagner, New York
Franklin Williams, New York
John Yau, New York

Public Collections

Capital Group, New York
Cartin Collection, Hartford, CT
Montgomery Museum of Fine Art, AL
New York Public Library
Progressive Insurance Company, Cleveland, OH
Provinzial Insurance Company, Dusseldorf
Sackner Archive of Concrete and Visual Poetry, Miami Beach, FL
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