Chronologie

1957
Born September 6, Elizabeth, New Jersey
1979
B.A., Studio Art, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey
1988
Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant
1989
CAPS Grant, New York State Council on the Arts
2011
Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship

Expositions

2013
Mary Boone Gallery, New York (solo)
2012
Brick Walk Fine Art, Hartford, CT (solo)
2012
Gallery Paule Anglim, San Francisco (solo)
2012
“Twee Abstraction,” Tiger Strikes Asteroid, Philadelphia
2012
“A#Abstr-action”, Galerija Contra, Koper, Slovenia
2012
2012 Biennial Exhibition, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (catalogue)
2011
“Forrest Bess: 100 Years,” Kirk Hopper Fine Art, Dallas (catalogue)
2011
“Cries & Whispers,” Sam Lee Gallery, Los Angeles
2011
“Object / Image,” Tibor de Nagy, New York
2011
Steven Zevitas Gallery, Boston (solo)
2011
Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles (solo)
2011
“Andrew Masullo, Stephen Mueller, Thomas Nozkowski, Alan Shields, Peter Young,” Texas Gallery, Houston
2011
“bodybraingame,” Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago; curated by Hudson
2011
“Assembly,” Edward Thorp Gallery, New York
2011
“self-referral nonobjective,” Feature Inc., New York
2011
“Katherine Bernhardt, Alfred Jensen, Chris Johanson, Chris Martin, Andrew Masullo, Judith Scott,” Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York
2011
“Channel to the New Image,” Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York
2011
“Jim Schmidt Presents: Abstraction,” Philip Slein Gallery, St. Louis, MO
2011
Thomas Ammann Fine Art, Basel Art Fair, Switzerland
2011
“i am not monogamous, i heart poetry,” Feature Inc., New York
2010
“Wall-to-Wall,” Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles
2010
Feature Inc., New York (solo)
2010
“who loves the sun,” Susanne Hilberry Gallery, Ferndale, MI
2010
“Exhibition of Work by Newly Elected Members and Recipients of Honors and Awards,” American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York
2010
“Invitational Exhibition of Visual Arts,” American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York
2010
“The Jewel Thief,” The Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery, Saratoga Springs, NY; curated by Ian Berry and Jessica Stockholder
2009
“Abstract Alchemists,” Heather James Gallery, Palm Desert, CA
2009
“Paintings,” Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles
2009
“Put Together,” Steven Zevitas Gallery, Boston
2009
“Populate This Form,” Feature Inc., New York
2009
Texas Gallery, Houston (solo)
2009
Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles (solo)
2008
Gallery Paule Anglim, San Francisco (solo)
2008
“Another Damned Drawing Show, Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles
2008
“The Idea of Nature,” 33 Bond, New York; curated by William Weiss
2007
Steven Zevitas Gallery, Boston (solo)
2007
Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles (solo)
2007
“Block Party II: An Exhibition of Drawings,” Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles
2007
“Thoughts,” Feature Inc., New York
2007
“Open End,” Kinkead Contemporary, Culver City, CA; curated by David McDonald
2006
“Summer Group Show,” Baumgartner Gallery, New York
2006
Naoto Nakagawa, Andrew Masullo, Alexander Ross: Paintings, Feature Inc., New York, NY
2006
Gallery Paule Anglim, San Francisco (solo)
2006
Baumgartner Gallery, New York, NY (solo)
2005 – 2006
The O Show, The Shore Institute of the Contemporary Arts, Long Branch, NJ. Traveled to Berrie Center Art Galleries, Ramapo College, Mahway, New Jersey. Curated by MatCH-Art.
2005
Around About Abstraction, Weatherspoon Museum, Greensboro, North Carolina. Curated by Ron Platt.
2005
"Surface," Lucas Schoormans Gallery, New York, curated by Tate Dougherty
2004
Colored Pencil, K.S. Art, New York
2004
Joan T. Washburn Gallery, New York (solo)
2003
Best in Show, Marcel Sitcoske Gallery, San Francisco
2002
Gallery Artists Group Exhibition, Zolla/Lieberman Gallery, Chicago
2002
Nina Bovasso, David Dupuis, Andrew Masullo, Derek Eller Gallery, New York
2002
Joan T. Washburn Gallery, New York (solo)
2001
Zolla/Lieberman Gallery, Chicago (solo)
2001
Gallery Artists Group Exhibition, Zolla/Lieberman Gallery, Chicago
2000
Basel Art Fair, Switzerland, Thomas Ammann Fine Art
2000
Gallery Paule Anglim, San Francisco (solo)
2000
Joan T. Washburn Gallery, New York (solo)
1999
Thomas Ammann Fine Art, Zürich (solo)
1999
The Stroke, Exit Art, New York. Curated by Ross Bleckner
1998
Derek Eller Gallery, New York (solo)
1998
Little, Jeffrey Coploff Gallery, New York
1998
Summer Group Show, Derek Eller Gallery, New York
1998
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
1997
Purely Painting, Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York
1996
Box, Fotohui Cramer Gallery, New York
1996
André Emmerich Gallery, New York (solo)
1995
Love Flight of a Pink Candy Heart: A Compliment to Florine Stettheimer, Holly Solomon Gallery, New York. Curated by Michael Duncan (Catalog)
1995
Benefit Exhibition, White Columns, New York
1995
Geometric Abstraction, Grimaldis Gallery, Baltimore
1995
Geometry, Allene Lapides Gallery, Santa Fe
1994
André Emmerich Gallery, New York (solo)
1994
Craig Cornelius Gallery, New York (solo)
1994
“Whateva,” Dru Arstark Gallery, New York
1994
“Al dente,” Caren Golden Fine Art, New York; curated by Randy Wray
1994
“Abstraction,” Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago
1994
André Emmerich Gallery, Basel Art Fair, Switzerland
1994
“Retouching the Family Album,” Patricia Shea Gallery, Los Angeles
1993
“Here’s Looking at Me: Contemporary Self-Portrait,” Espace Lyonnais d’Art Contemporain, Lyon, France; curated by Bernard Brunon (catalogue)
1993
Bockley Gallery, Minneapolis, MN (solo)
1992
“Paper,” Diane Brown Gallery, New York
1992
“The Object is Bound,” Stephen Wirtz Gallery, San Francisco
1991
“Just what is it that makes today’s homes so different, so appealing?,” The Hyde Collection, Glen Falls, NY; curated by Dan Cameron (catalogue)
1991
“Not on Canvas,” Asher-Faure Gallery, Los Angeles
1991
“The Library of Babel,” Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center, Buffalo, NY; White Columns, New York; curated by Todd Alden (catalogue)
1991
Bockley Gallery, Minneapolis, MN
1991
fiction/nonfiction, New York
1990
“All Quiet on the Western Front? Part Two,” Espace Dieu, Paris
1990
“Word as Image,” Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York
1989
“Repetition: 1969–1989,” Hirschl & Adler Modern, Basel Art Fair, Switzerland
1989
“Departures: Photography 1924–1989,” Hirschl & Adler Modern, New York (catalogue)
1989
“Boîte Alerte,” Renée Fotouhi Fine Art, New York
1988
“Andrew Masullo and Marilyn Minter,” fiction/nonfiction, New York
1987
“Preview,” fiction/nonfiction, New York
1986
“The Book Made Art,” Joseph Regenstein Library, University of Chicago; curated by Jeffrey Abt (catalogue)
1985
“Mighty,” Small Works, Hand in Hand Gallery, New York
1985
“Artworks/Bookworks,” Dallas Public Library, Dallas, TX
1983
“R. Garratt, A. Masullo,” International With Monument, New York

Collections publiques

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