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Biography

BOB STANLEY

  • Born: January 3, 1932, Yonkers, New York
    Died: November 15, 1997

EDUCATION

  • 1954-1956

    The Brooklyn Museum of Art School, Brooklyn, NY

  • 1953

    Columbia University, New York, NY

  • 1951-1952

    The High Museum Art School, Atlanta, GA

  • 1951

    Columbia University, New York, NY

  • 1949-1953

    Oglethorpe University, Atlanta, GA B.A. 1953

AWARDS

  • 1987

    The Igor Foundation Award for Painting, New York, NY

  • 1969

    The Igor Foundation Award for Painting, New York, NY

  • 1969

    The Cassandra Foundation Award for Painting, Chicago, IL

  • 1954-1956

    Max Beckmann Scholarship Award for Painting and Sculpture,
    The Brooklyn Museum of Art School, Brooklyn, NY

TEACHING

  • 1984-1997

    School of Visual Arts, New York, NY, Instructor: Painting and Drawing

  • 1983

    The New Arts Program, Kutztown, PA, Visiting Artist
    Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, Visiting Artist

  • 1979-1980

    Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, Visiting Artist

  • 1978

    St. Lawrence University, Canton, NY, Visiting Artist, spring semester
    Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, Visiting Artist

  • 1976

    Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA, Visiting Artist

  • 1970-1972

    School of Visual Arts, New York, NY, Instructor: Painting and Drawing

INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITIONS

  • 2008

    Figueworks, Brooklyn, NY, “Celebrating the Erotic Work of Pop-Artist Bob Stanley (1932-1997)”

  • 2001

    The Mayor Gallery, London, England, “Bob Stanley – Works from the Sixties”

  • 2000

    Northampton Community College, Bethlehem, PA, Exhibition of Early Works, in conjunction with New Arts Program, Kutztown, PA, Exhibition of Later Works
    Catalog includes a conversation with Robert Stanley

  • 1999

    Beatrice Conde Gallery, New York, NY, Late Paintings
    Mitchell Algus Gallery, New York, NY, Paintings: 1963-1967

  • 1997

    Mitchell Angus Gallery, New York, NY

  • 1996

    Beatrice Conde Gallery, New York, NY

  • 1992

    Barbierato Arte Contemporanea, Asiago, Italy, Catalog, text by Wim van Sinderen
    Moderne Kunst Dietmar Werle, Köln, GDR. Catalog, text by Robert Stanley

  • 1991

    The Greenville County Art Museum, Greenville, SC

  • 1989

    Galerie Bébert, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, Catalog text by Robert Pincus-Witten

  • 1988

    Galleri Johnny Ericsson, (Gothenburg), Lonstmässas Stockholm
    Art Fair Sollentuna, Stockholm, Sweden
    Gallerie Georges Lavrov, (Paris), Die International Kunstmesse, Art 1988, Basel, Switzerland

  • 1987

    Galerie Georges Lavrov, Paris, France, Catalog text by Richard Artswager
    The New Arts Program Exhibition Space, Kutztown, PA
    John Davis Gallery, New York, NY

  • 1986

    Le Consortium, Centre d’art Contemporain, The Atheneum, Dijon, France
    John Davis Gallery, New York, NY

  • 1983

    Bucklew-Goehring Gallery, Tampa, FL

  • 1980

    Elizabeth Weiner Gallery, New York, NY, Recent work
    Holly Keenberg-Contemporary Art, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada,
    “A Retrospective Exhibit: Bob Stanley, 1965-1980”

  • 1978

    Hal Bromm Gallery, New York, NY
    Elizabeth Weiner Gallery, New York, NY
    St. Thomas Aquinas College, Sparkill, NY

  • 1976

    The Union Gallery, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA

  • 1974

    The New York Cultural Center, New York, NY

  • 1972

    Warren Benedek Gallery, New York, NY

  • 1969

    Gegenverkehr Kunsthalle, Aachen, Germany, Catalog, text by Klaus Honnef

  • 1968

    Kleine Galerie e.v., Frankfort, Germany

  • 1967

    Galerie Ricke, Kassel, Germany
    Galerie ü Kückles, Bochum, Germany

  • 1966

    The Paul Bianchini Gallery, New York, NY
    International Gallery Orez, The Hague, Holland
    Galerie Ricke, Kassel, Germany
    The Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH

  • 1965

    Bianchini-Birillo Gallery, New York, NY

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

  • 2007

    Artexpo Las Vegas, Nestor Haverly Gallery. Las Vegas, NV

  • 2006

    Mitchell Algus Gallery, New York, NY, Exquisite Corpe – Cadavre Exquis

  • 2004

    Karolyn Sherwood Gallery, Holiday Group Show

  • 2003

    Everson Museum, Syracuse, NY, “Object Lessons: Additions to the Collection, 1997 – 2002.”

    Karolyn Sherwood Gallery, “Up Close and Personal: A Collection of Minimalist and Figurative Drawings”

  • 2001

    Karolyn Sherwood Gallery, Group Exhibition

  • 2000

    BGH Gallery, Santa Monica, CA, “Some New York Artists”
    Steven Vail Gallery, Des Moines, IA, “Paintings and Drawings” 2 person exhibition with
    Jan Frank

    Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art, Snug Harbor Cultural Center, SI, NY, “The Figure: Another Side of Modernism”

  • 1999

    Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle, “Coming to Life, The Figure
    in American Art 1955-165”, curated by Sheryl Conkelton

  • 1997

    Beatrice Conde Gallery, New York, NY, Group Show

  • 1996

    Sharadin Art Gallery, Kutztown University, Kutztown, PA, “Painting 1996”

  • 1995

    Greenville County Museum of Art, Greenville, SC; “Tattoo Your Dog”,
    A Collaborative Installation in Memory of Jeannie Williams Styron
    Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH, travels to 10 other institutions; “It’s Only Rock
    and Roll”, Catalog essay by David S. Rubin, Curator of 20th Century Art, Phoenix Art Museum
    Beatrice Conde Gallery, New York, NY, “Paintings, Drawings, Photographs”, Curated by Jan Frank

  • 1990

    The Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH, “Contemporary Vision”
    The Painted Bride Art Center, Philadelphia, PA, 2 person exhibition with Patricia McCabe
    Centro Cultural La General, Granada, Spain, “Honenaje a Federico García Lorca
    Catalog texts by Jesus Manuel and others

  • 1989

    The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO, “Art by Chance: Fortuitous Impressions”

  • 1988

    The High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA, “Recent Painting Acquisitions”
    Laguada Art Galleries, Granada, Spain, “Homage to Frederico Garcia Lorca”
    Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA, “33rd Annual Contemporary American Art Exhibition”
    Curated by James Carroll; Catalog text by Ricardo Viera and James Carroll

  • 1987

    White Columns, New York, NY, “Overtalk: Fahlstrom, Nagy, Stanley”
    Curated by Gary Stephen
    Lyman Allyn Museum, New London, CT, “The Pop Decade: The Bianchini Gallery
    in the Sixties”; Exhibition monograph by Barbara Zabel

  • 1986

    The John Davis Gallery, Akron, OH

  • 1985

    Fuji Television Gallery, Tokyo, Japan, “Contemporary Graphics: NYC”
    The Art Museum, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, “A Decade of Visual Arts at
    Princeton: Faculty 1975-1985”’ Catalog text by Allen Rosenbaum and James Seawright
    The University of Rhode Island, Main Gallery, Kingston, Rhode Island, “Diversity:
    New York City Artists”, Catalog texts by Jane Logemann and Aimee Brown-Price
    John Nichols, New York, NY, “Window: East/West Grand Street, The First Anniversary Exhibition: Ten Artists”

  • 1984

    Centro Studi Pietro Mancini, Cosenza, Italy, “Progetto su Pace, Guerra e Altro”
    The Fort Worth Art Museum, Fort Worth, TX, “The Pop Art Print”
    The Madison Art Center, Madison, Wisconsin, “Recent Acquisitions”
    Harcus Gallery, Boston, MA, “Artist/Poet’s Books”

  • 1983

    The Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers, NJ, “The Rutgers Archives for
    Printmaking Studios Exhibition”, catalog texts by David Gilbert and Jeffery Wechsler
    Civico Institut Duchessa di Galleria, Genova, Italy

  • 1982

    The American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters New York, NY, “Paintings
    and Sculpture: 1982 Art Award Candidates
    Motowave, Caserta, Italy, “La Seduzione della Velocita”

  • 1981

    Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA, “Illusions of Light”, Exhibition monograph
    by Teri Priest
    CDAV Rosamilia, Castel San Giorgio, Italy, “Fantastic Art”
    Metronom Rafael Tous, Barcelona, Spain, “Artist’s Books”; Catalog text by Ulises Carrion
    Galantai Gyorgy, Budapest, Hungary, “Artist’s Stamps”
    Jose Clement Orozco Gallery, Mexico City, Mexico, “Cuarto Quartos”

  • 1980

    CDDA, Barcelona, Spain, “Exposicio de Tramesa Postal”; Catalog text by Gloria Picazo
    The De Moines Art Center, Des Moines, Iowa, “Recent Acquisitions”
    The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D. C., “The Human Form, Contemporary American Drawing and the Academic Tradition”; Catalog text by Edward J. Nygren

    The Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, New York, “20th Century Prints from the
    Permanent Collection”

  • 1978

    P.S.1, Long Island City, New York, “Another Aspect of Pop Art”

  • 1977

    P.S.1, Long Island City, NY, 2 person exhibition with Barton Wasserman

  • 1976

    National Galerie, Berlin and Kunsthll zu Kiel, Kiel, Germany “Druckgrafik der USA”
    Catalog texts by Von Lucius Grisebach and others

  • 1975

    The New York Cultural Center, New York, NY, The Minneapolis Museum of Art, Minneapolis,
    Minnesota and The University of Houston Art Center, Houston, Texas, “The Nude in
    American Art: a survey from the 16th century to the present”
    The Clocktower, New York, NY, “ Collectors of the 70’s, Part III: A Collection in Progress
    of Milton Brutten and Helen Herrick”
    The Institute of Contemporary Arts, Philadelphia, PA, “Painting, Drawing and Sculpture
    of the 60’s and 70’s
    Kasseler Kunst Verein, Kassel, Germany, ‘Arnold Bode züm 75. Gebürstag”
    Catalog text by Karl Oskar Blae

  • 1973

    The Whitney Museum of American Art, “ The First Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary Art”
    The Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina, “Art on Paper”

  • 1972

    The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY, “ Recent Sculpture Acquisitions”
    The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY, “The Annual Exhibition of
    Contemporary Painting”

  • 1970

    The Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH, “Monumental Art”
    Catalog texts by William A. Leonard and Douglas Macagy
    The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY, “Recent Acquisitions”

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

  • 1969

    The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY, “ The Annual Exhibition of
    Contemporary Painting”
    The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, “The 29th Annual Exhibition of the Society
    for Contemporary Art”
    The Milwaukee Art Center, Milwaukee, WI, The Contemporary Arts Museum,
    Houston, Texas and The Akron Art Museum, Akron, OH, “Directions 2: Aspects of a
    New Realism”’ Catalog text by William S. Wilson

  • 1968

    4. Documenta, Kassel, Germany; Catalog 2, text by Guther Gerkin and Werner Spies
    Galerie Ricke, Cologne, Germany, “Program I”
    The Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH, “Four NYC Artists: Gordon, Lozano,
    Ryman, Stanley”; Catalog text by Robert Christgau
    The ICA, London, England, “The Obsessive Image: 1960-1968”
    Catalog texts by Mario Amaya and Roland Penrose

  • 1967

    Galerie Ricke, Kassel, Germany, “Söeben Erschienen”
    The Herron Museum, Indianapolis, IN, “Painting and Sculpture Today”
    Washington University Museum, St. Louis, MI, “Recent Acquisitions”
    Overbeck-Gesellschaft, Lübeck, Germany, “Pop Art”
    The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY, “The Annual Exhibition of
    Contemporary Painting”

  • 1966

    Norfolk Museum, Norfolk, VA, “Contemporary Painting”
    The Larry Aldrich Museum, Ridgefield, CT, “Selections from the John G. Powers Collection

  • 1965

    Van Bovenkamp Gallery, New York, NY, “Erotic Art”
    Four Seasons, New York, NY, “Pop and Circumstance”
    The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL
    The Fort Worth Art Center, Fort Worth, TX
    The McClung Museum, Knoxville, TN

  • 1962

    Barnard College, New York, NY, “Young Americans”

  • 1961

    The Henri Gallery, Washington, D.C.

  • 1960

    The Charles Alan Gallery, New York, NY

  • 1958

    The Charles Alan Gallery, New York, NY

  • 1957

    The Artist’s Gallery, New York, NY
    The Charles Alan Gallery, New York, NY

SELECTED COLLECTIONS

  • Donaldson, Lufkin & Jernerette, Inc., New York, NY

  • John Chamberlain, Sarasota, FL

  • Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, Liechenstein

  • Kunstmuseum St. Gallen, Switzerland

  • Richard Artschwager, Hudson, NY

  • Roy and Dorothy Litchenstein, New York, NY and Southampton, NY

  • Stephen Antonakos and Naomi Spector, New York, NY

  • The Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH

  • The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

  • The Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, NY

  • The Fogg Museum of Art, Cambridge, MA

  • The Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA

  • The Madison Art Center, Madison, WI

  • The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY

  • The Milwaukee Art Center, Milwaukee, WI

  • The Museum fur Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt, Germany

  • The Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, NY

  • The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY

  • Washington University, St. Louis. MO

  • William Bernhard and Catherine Cahill, New York, NY