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Ev Day

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Solo Exhibitions
UPCOMING
Solo Exhibition, Deitch Projects, New York
Indianapolis Museum of Art, Atrium Project

2009
Solo Exhibition, Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago

2006
"Intergalactic Installations", Deitch Projects, Design District-Buena Vista Building, Miami/Basel, Dec 6-10th.
"Sweet Heat", site specific sound installation in the Boiler Room, Oct-January, PS1, New York.
"Bride Fight", May-August, Lever House, 390 Park Ave, New York, Deitch Projects.
"E.V. Day; Intergalactic Installations", April-June, Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum, California.
3-D drawings in Black lite.

2005
"E.V. Day", G Fine Art Gallery, Washington, D.C.; December 17-January 21, 2006

2004
"E.V.Day ", survey exhibition of 10 years, Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art; Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. October 23, 2004-January 9, 2005. Catalogue.

2003
'Galaxy' Henry Urbach Architecture New York, NY Oct 24-Dec 20
'G-Force Forum' Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue, WA

2001
‘G-Force’ Whitney Museum of American Art at Philip Morris New York, NY

2000
‘Transporter’ Henry Urbach Architecture New York, NY
 
Fellowships, Awards & Commissions
2007    NYFA Sculpture Fellow
2005    NASA Commission, Project Mars.
1995    Susan Whedon Award for Outstanding Student in Sculpture

Group Exhibitions
2008
"I Won't Grow Up", curated by Beth Rudin DeWoody and Donald Baechler, Cheim and Read, 2008
"Good Doll Bad Doll", Curated by Michael Duncan, Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena, California, March 16 - June 1, 2008
"Wedded Bliss, The Marriage of Art and Ceremony", Peabody Essex Museum, Essex, MA
"Blown Away", Krannert Art Museum, Champaign, IL

2007
"Multiple Interpretations", The New York Public Library, New York
"Contemporary and Cutting Edge: Pleasures of Collecting, Part III", Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT, Sept - Jan 08
"What's Your Hobby", The Fire Place Project, East Hampton, New York, Aug.
"Crash, Pause, Rewind"; Missoula Art Museum, Missoula, MT, Sept-Nov.
"Fashion, Accidentally", Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei, May.
"Dangerous Beauty": Home of the Miotte Foundation, Naples, Italy, Aug-Oct.
Chelsea Art Museum, New York, January-March.
"Womanizer", Deitch Projects, New York, January

2006
"The Female Machine", Sister Gallery, Los Angeles.

2005
"Crash, Pause, Rewind"; Western Bridge; Seattle, WA.
Art Basel/Miami; Carolina Nitsch Contemporary Art, NY.
"Marilyn"; Sean Kelly Gallery; New York, NY.
Art Basel; Carolina Nitsch Contemporary Art, NY.


2004
'Whitney Museum of American Art, Gala', "Stealth"; commissioned installation.
"Open House: Working in Brooklyn", Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY.
2004-2005 "Needful Things, Recent Multiples"; Cleveland Museum of Art; Cleveland, Ohio.
Art Basel, Carolina Nitsch Contemporary Art.
Art Miami/Basel, Henry Urbach Architecture, and Carolina Nitsch Contemporary Art.
"Airborn", Henry Urbach Architecture Gallery, NY.


2003
'Paper Sculpture Show' Sculpture Center; Long Island City, NY, Sept 7-Dec 7 (traveled nationally)
Art Basel 2003, Carolina Nitsch Contemporary Art, NY.
'Doublures'; Musée Nationale des Beaux-Arts du Quebec; Canada


2002
‘Rapture: Art’s Seduction by Fashion 1970-2002'; Curated by Chris Townshend,
Barbican Centre; London.
‘Dangerous Beauty’; Curated by Manon Slome, Laurie Tisch Sussman Gallery; New York, NY.
‘Resisting Categories: Prints’; The Gallery of South Orange; South Orange, NJ.
‘Armory Show 2002’; Henry Urbach Architecture and Carolina Nitsch Contemporary Art; New York, NY.
‘Mood River’; Curated by Jeffrey Kipnis and Annetta Massie, Wexner Center for the Arts; Columbus, OH.

2001
Open Ends', Museum;of Modern Art, New York, NY.
‘Ghost’ Claudia Gian Ferrari Arte Contemporanea; Milan, Italy.
‘Armory Show 2001’, Henry Urbach Architecture and Carolina Nitsch Contemporary Art; New York, NY.
‘The Axiomatic Arcade’; Track 16 Gallery; Santa Monica, CA.
‘Curiously Strong Collection’; New Museum of Contemporary Art; New York, NY.

2000
Whitney Biennial; Whitney Museum of American Art; New York, NY.
Artforum Berlin, Hans Meyer; Berlin, Germany.
‘Greater New York’; P.S.1 Contemporary Arts Center; Long Island City, NY.
‘Anywhere But Here’; Artists’ Space; New York, NY.
‘Two Friends and So On’; Andrew Kreps Gallery; New York, NY.

1999
‘At the Curve of the World’; Track 16 Gallery; Santa Monica, CA.
‘Luster’; Henry Urbach Architecture; New York, NY.

1997
‘Twister’; Real Art Ways; Hartford, CT.
‘Endorphin Ladies’; Sandra Gering Gallery; New York, NY.
‘Perfect Day’; Andrew Kreps Gallery; New York, NY.
‘Group Drawing Show’; Margarete Roeder Gallery; New York, NY.

1996
‘25th Anniversary Exhibition’; John Weber Gallery; New York, NY.
‘Material Matters’; A.O.I. Gallery; Santa Fe, New Mexico.
‘Weather Channels’; Art Initiatives Gallery; New York, NY.
‘Instant Visions’; New York Women’s Foundation; New York, NY.
‘A Few Bright Moments’; Void; New York, NY.

1995
M.F.A. Thesis Exhibition, Yale University School of Art; New Haven, CT.
‘Raw Space’; Real Art Ways; Hartford, CT.
 
Education

Yale University, M.F.A. in Sculpture 1995
Hampshire College, B.A. 1991

Collections

Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University
Lever House, New York, NY
Mora Foundation, London, England
Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
NASA, Washington D.C.
National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C.
New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, NY
New York Public Library, New York, NY
Peter Norton, Santa Monica, CA
The Progressive Corporation, Cleveland, OH
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA
Saatchi Collection, London, England
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY