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^^^^^^^^Solo and Two-Person Exhibitions^^^^^^^^

2013

  • National Academy Museum, NYC, solo exhibition, May 2013, catalog
  • Cornell Fine Arts Museum, TRADE, solo exhibition, February 2013

2012     

  • Horton Gallery, solo exhibition, Berlin, October 2012                  
  • Participant Inc, one becomes the other, NYC, Spring 2012
  • American Contemporary, one becomes the other, NYC, Spring 2012

2011                       

  • 222 Shelby Street, TRADE, Santa Fe, New Mexico

2010                       

  • Samson Projects, Jeffrey Gibson and Jackie Saccoccio, The Shades
  • Arin Contemporary, Jeffrey Gibson, Submerge

2009                       

  • Sala Diaz, Totems, San Antonio, TX, solo

2008                       

  • Dust Gallery, Make It Rain, Las Vegas Nevada (two-person)

2007                       

  • ScopeNYC with Samson Projects, solo

2006                       

  • Samson Projects, Boston, MA, talkin’ smack

2005                       

  • American Indian Community House, NYC, Indigenous Anomaly, curator Kathleen Ash-Milby

2004                       

  • Samson Projects, Boston, MA, The Urge That Binds, curator Camilo Alvarez

2001                       

  • The Bronx Museum of The Arts, NY, (re)positions)

1998                       

  • G.U.N. Gallery, Oslo, Norway, Fever

^^^^^^^^Selected Group Exhibitions^^^^^^^^

2012                       

  • Peabody Essex Museum, Shapeshifter, Winter 2012, catalog forthcoming
  • Museum of Art and Design, NYC, Changing Hands 3, catalog forthcoming
  • 319 Scholes, E-vapor-8, NYC, organized by Francesca Gavin

2011           

  • Museum of Fine Arts, Recent Acquisitions, Linde Wing for Contemporary Art, Boston
  • Plug-In Institute of Contemporary Art, Winnipeg, Close Encounters, catalog
  • Denver Art Museum, Recent Acquisitions
  • Cottage Home Gallery, Anthony Greaney x Dan Graham x Samson, Los Angeles
  • Cabinet Exhibitions and Mass MoCA, Brooklyn and Massachusetts, "An Exchange with Sol LeWitt"
  • RM Gallery and Projects, Drift of Summer, Auckland, New Zealand

2010                       

  • Collision, Rhode Island School of Design Museum
  • Lush Life, Invisible Exports Gallery, NYC
  • Everyday Mystics, Patricia Sweetow Gallery, San Francisco
  • Vantage Point, Recent Acquisitions, Smithsonian National Museum of The American Indian
  • Alluring Subversions, Timken Art Center, California College of The Arts, CA
  • University of Northern Colorado, Currents, organized by Cicely Cullen

2009               

  • On Stellar Rays, Lover, organized by Kate Gilmore and Candice Madey, NYC
  • Jack Shainman Gallery, Signs Taken For Wonders, organized by Isolde Brielmaier, NYC
  • Affirmation Arts, Surveillance, organized by Rachel Vancellete, NYC
  • Diverseworks, Solution, organized by Janet Phelps, March 2009, Houston, TX
  • Eiteljorg Museum, Recent Acquisitions, Eiteljorg 2008-09 Fellows, upcoming, Indianapolis, Indiana
  • Claremont Graduate University, The Banality of Good, organized by Chris Christion, CA
  • Nathan Cummings Foundation, Relevant, organized by Amerinda, NYC

2008               

  • Art Production Fund LAB, Blueballs, organized by Jackie Saccoccio, NY
  • Flushing Town Hall Projects, Visions, organized by Omar Lopez Chahoud, Flushing, New York
  • Institute of American Indian Arts, Voices of the Moun  d, curator Linda Lomahaftewa-Singer
  • Kentler International Drawing Space and Long Island University, Native Voices
  • 516 Arts, Cautionary Tales, Albuquerque, NM, curator Holly Roberts
  • Jersey City Museum, 1x1 Project, Shameless, curator Rocio Aranda Alvarez

2007

  • Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum, SONOTUBE, curator Miki Garcia
  • The National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution, NYC, Off The Map, curator Kathleen Ash-Milby, catalog
  • New England School of Art and Design, organized by Charles Giuliano
  • Postmillennial Black Madonna (in two parts): Paradise @ MoCADA , and
  • Inferno @ Skylight Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
  • Newark Open 2007, Newark, NJ, organized by Omar Lopez-Chahoud

2006

  • The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, No Reservations, CT, curator Richard Klein, catalog
  • Paul Kopeikin Gallery, Paperworks, LA, curator Daria Brit Shapiro
  • Westport Arts Center, CT, BROOKLYN, curator Amy Simon
  • State University of New York, Stonybrook, Paumanoka, curator Stephanie Dinkins, catalog
  • The Jersey City Museum, Tropicalisms, curator Rocio Aranda-Alvarado
^^^^^^^^Grants and Awards^^^^^^^^

2011                       
  • 2012 TED Foundation Fellow
  • Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of The American Indian, Contemporary Arts Grant
  • Jerome Foundation Research and Travel Grant
  • HARPO Foundation Grant, for exhibition at Participant Inc.

2010                       

  • Headlands Center for the Arts, Artist in Residence, Summer 2010
  • Herekeke, Artist in Residence, Summer 2010

2009

  • Department of Cultural Affairs, New York City, Percent for Art Commission, PS264

2008                       

  • Eiteljorg Museum Fellowship, 2008-09
  • Crow’s Shadow Printmaking Residency
  • Dubin Fellowship, Indian Arts Research Center, School of Advanced Research, Santa Fe, NM

2007

  • Art Omi International Artist Residency

2005                       

  • Creative Capital Foundation Grant
  • Vision, Space, and Desire: Global Perspectives and Cultural Hybridity (Symposium), Istituto Veneto di Scienze, Venice, Italy, Chaired by curator Dr. Gerald McMaster, invited artist