Wild at Heart (with Dennis Oppenheim), Marlborough Gallery, New York, NY
Pavilions, Lisson Gallery, New York, NY
Dream Monuments: Drawing in the 1960s and 1970s, Menil Drawing Institute, Houston, TX Whimsy, Southampton Arts Center, Southampton, NY
Public Commissions and Publicly sited Artworks:
Liftoff, Des Moines International Airport, Des Moines, IA
Twister Grande (tall) at The Church, Sag Harbor, NY
Unweaving the Rainbow, Pier 27, Toronto, Canada
Golias Press and Stacy Szymaszek commissioned to write the introduction for The Pasolini Book.
Plays Inverse Press published full-length stage play Trial in the Woods.
Interviews and reviews have been featured at JMWW; Medium; BMoreArt; Terse; TAOeveryone; Queer Death Stories Podcast and elsewhere.
performed a live improvisational video/talk piece called looking/talking with musicians KimSu Theiler in NYC at Microscope Gallery (as ‘regular magic’) and with FBK in Cleveland, Ohio for Fuse Factory.
The 16mm film Another Horizon has screened at The European Media Arts Festival, 35 in Osnabruck, DE; at Cosmic Rays Festival in Chapel Hill NC; Festival of Invisible Cinema, Zagreb, Croatia; ICDOCS; nothingtoseeness at Akademie der Kunst; First Look 20/21 at Museum of the Moving Image, NYC; Ann Arbor Film Festival; Against Nature at RPM, Boston; Athens International Film Festival and many other exhibitions.
The 16mm film Oh My Homeland (which premiered at the BFI London Film Festival in 2021) has screened as part of two recent shows at the McEvoy Foundation for the Arts, CA seen only, heard only through someone else’s description & Living in Mirrors; Brussels Independent Film Festival 21; Cineteca Madrid; MurMurs at REDCAT Los Angeles; ANALOGICA ’21; Process 2021, Riga; Bideodromo, Bilbao Arte; Cinteca Madrid; Kinoskop, Belgrade and many other exhibitions.
Muscle Definition, CPM Gallery in Baltimore.
three person show EARLY BLOSSOMS/PERILOUS THIRDS at Current Space, Baltimore.
2022: solo screening/artist talk about video work at the Savannah Cultural Arts Center.
2022 (April): Artist-in-Residence at Sulfur Studios in Savannah Georgia.
Astrodoubt and The Quarantine Chronicles (An Introduction),
Curated by John Hanhardt, Cristin Tierney Gallery, New York (digital catalogue).
(oh, shyness), Buk-Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, South Korea (2022-23)
A Brief History of Time (Under Covid) – in 7 Lessons, 2022, DV, 13 min., color, sound.2022, Cristin Tierney Gallery, New York.
Motta, Lucrezia, "10 Cultural Events To Visit This November," Citizen Femme (November 2, 2022). Web.
Mo/Mo/Mo/Motion, permanent artwork commissioned for Roosevelt Station, Seattle Sound Transit, Seattle, Washington.
Public Commissions Experience:
Panelist for artist’s Selection for PS 41 Addition Queens, New York, Percent for the Art Program, Department of Cultural Affairs, New York City Board of Education.
Astrodoubt and the Quarantine Chronicles, Instagram (@astrodoubt_)
The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC
Published Artist’s Projects
Buvoli, Luca, Out of (This) Time: Notes from “Astrodoubt and the Quarantine Chronicles,” The Brooklyn Rail, September 2021. Print. 64-65.
Selected Artist’s Interviews:
Pietropaolo, Francesca, and Luca Buvoli, “Luca Buvoli with Francesca Pietropaolo: New Social Environment #508,” The Brooklyn Rail, March 4, 2022. Web.
Roeckl, Matthias, John G. Hanhardt, and Luca Buvoli, New York, Luca Buvoli: Astrodoubt and the Quarantine Chronicles (An Introduction), video of the exhibition at Cristin Tierney Gallery, February 2022, produced by IFILMNY.com. Web.
Hanhardt, John G, Yu Yeon Kim, and Luca Buvoli, In Conversation: Virtual Event, produced by CristinTierney Gallery in conjunction with the exhibition Astrodoubt and the Quarantine Chronicles (An Introduction), February 17, 2022. Web.
Vacchelli, Carlotta, and Luca Buvoli,”Interview to Luca Buvoli,” Simultanea, Vol. 2 n.1, fall 2021. Web. 2021
Buvoli, Luca, “Weekend Journal,” June 5, 2021. The Brooklyn Rail, Instagram @brooklynrail.
Hanhardt, John G., Luca Buvoli: Astrodoubt and the Quarantine Chronicles (An Introduction), Catalogue of the exhibition, Cristin Tierney Gallery, New York (digital).
Morgan, Robert C., "Luca Buvoli: Astrodoubt and the Quarantine Chronicles,” The Brooklyn Rail, March 2022, New York: 89-90.
Solo and two-person shows:
Kavi Gupta Gallery, Chicago (upcoming),
An Infinitive Breath, Galerie Thomas Zander, Cologne, Germany (Forthcoming, March) A Particular Fantasy, Solo companion exhibitions, Art Omi. Ghent, NY and Bennington
College. Bennington, VT
The Armory Show with HOUSING Gallery, 2021 Gramercy International Prize Winner,
two-person presentation with Nathanial Olivier
Yet Here We Were, Art Basel OVR: Pioneers, solo presentation, Galerie Thomas Zander
Art Basel Miami Beach, Kavi Gupta Gallery, Miami, FL
FIAC 2021, Galerie Thomas Zander, Paris, France
Art Basel 2021, Galerie Thomas Zander, Basel, Switzerland
Art Basel OVR: The Pose/ The Self, Galerie Thomas Zander
Social Works, Gagosian Gallery, NY, NY. Curated by Antwaun Sargent
Alternating Currents, Fridman Gallery, NY, NY. Curated by Niama Sandy
Realms of Refuge, Kavi Gupta Gallery. Chicago, IL
Uncommon Proximity, James Cohen Gallery, NY
Frieze OVR NY 2021, Kavi Gupta Gallery
Allana Clarke Talks Back to History' by Morgan Jerkins, Art in America New Talent Issue
'At Gagosian, Art That Reverberates Beyond the Gallery Walls' by Holland Cotter, New
'Antwaun Sargent Muses on Space and the Black Social Practice at Gagosian' by Pearl
Solo and two-person shows:
Bronx Museum of Art, NY
Eric Firestone Gallery, New York
Homebody, Shacks and Legends, Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York, NY
Light of Freedom, The Momentary, Satellite Contemporary Art Space of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, AK
Light of Freedom, on view at the Hirshhorn Museum Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC.
Seeds of Empire, Galarie Michel Rein, Paris, France
Lux et Veritas, curated by Bonnie Clearwater, NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale, Florida, April
The Dream Keepers, The Front Triennial, Cleveland, Ohio.
The Sculpture Center, Quincy Park
Bronx Heavens, curated by Eileen Jeng Lynch, The Bronx Museum of the Arts,
Biko’s Collection, 601 ArtSpace, New York.
Art21: Abigail DeVille
A great chaos of sound: alternative practices of working through madness, alienation, and the aesthetics of catastrophe in 60s Britain, published in Counterculture Magazine.
The Literary Visual cohosted with diSonare, published in Manifold: Experimental Criticism journal.
Alternative Soundscape Paradigms, from Kamau Brathwaite and the Mighty Sparrow, published in Small Axe.
Sonic Wilderness: Wild Vinyl Records, book published by AADR Art Architecture, Design, Research, part of the series The Practice of Theory and the Theory of Practice.
The Scripts Found in a Bottle, Found in a Can, Found in a Discourse, at Green Gallery, Milwaukee.
Speculative Magenta Hauntology at RUSCHWOMAN, in Chicago.
Solo and two-person Shows:
two-person show at Candace Madey, New York.
Solo show at Gordon Robichaud Gallery, New York.
Two-person show at the Independent Art Fair, New York.
(oh, shyness), Buk-Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, South Korea (2022-23)
Interview with Ksenia M. Soboleva, Bomb Magazine.
Packard, Cassie, Siobhan Presentes a Poem of a Show, Hyperallergic.
Solo or two-person shows:
Remix, Project at de boer gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Library, Two-person show with Alix Pearlstein at roseyendpost, Greenport, NY
PLAYLIST, Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York, NY
PLAYLIST: Spotify Archive and Youtube Playlist, collaboration with Lauren Krasnoff and Willa Schwabsky
PLAYLIST Talk at Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York, NY. With screening of Sisters with Transistors by Director Lisa Rovner
PLAY BACK PLAY LIST PLAY BOOK, Artist book with Space Sisters Press **
NADA House 2021, de boer gallery, Governor’s Island, New York, NY
MUTE, Marianne Boesky Gallery, Aspen, CO *
Brooklyn Rail New Social Environment #300: Suzanne McClelland Artist Suzanne McClelland joins Rail Editor-at-Large Tom McGlynn and Rail ArtSeen Editor Amanda Gluibizzi for a conversation. Poetry reading by Monica de la Torre.
Solo and group shows:
Mercury’s Field, Galleria Rizzo, Venice, Italy.
"Fields" a group of 24 paintings from 2015, Galleria Michela Rizzo, Artefiera art fair, Bologna, Italy.
2021: "Folla", a show of recent paintings at Rizzutogallery, Palermo, Italy
"Four Instance", a four-painters exhibition, including LPozzi's, curated by Lucio Pozzi at Hudson Hall, Hudson NY.
2021-2022 "Time and Again" a small selection of paintings from 1974 to 2021, Hal Bromm Gallery, New York.
#2, curator Arthur Duff.
"Tales of Cosmopoly" by Godfrey Ackers illustrated by Lucio Pozzi. Corraini Edizioni.
director of "Nel Frattempo/Meanwhile", group shows curated by artists in Valeggio sul Mincio, Italy.
Zoom Conversation with David Ebony, (available with additional elaborated transcript) Hal Bromm Gallery, New York.
Paula Cooper Gallery, New York
- Incarnator, Carlier Gebauer, Madrid, Spain
- Incarnator, Thomas Dane Gallery, London, England
- Forthcoming: “What Is Left Unspoken, Love”, High Museum of Art, Atlanta GA
- Forthcoming: Toronto Biennial of Art, Toronto, Canada
- In Search of the Miraculous, The FLAG Art Foundation, New York NY
- One Escape at a Time, 11th Seoul Mediacity Biennale, Seoul Museum of Art SeMA, Seoul, South Korea
- Previously Inconceivable, Protocinema, Istanbul, Turkey
- Fade to Fade, Library Street Collective, Detroit MI
- Get Lifted: The Art of the Ecstatic, curated by Hilton Als, Karma, New York NY
- Art of Sport, Copenhagen Contemporary, Copenhagen, Denmark
- The Politics of Desire, Paula Cooper Gallery, New York NY
Selected Solo Exhibitions
Liberation from the Past, NOME, Berlin Germany
We're Going to End Slavery. Join Us!, Cristin Tierney Gallery, New York, NY
Public Art Projects, Commissions & Public Performances
TED Talk: in this 4-minute talk, Dread Scott discusses What is the Proper Way to Display a US Flag?
White Male for Sale, Christie's, New York, NY
White People Can't be Trusted with Power, Playwrights Horizons, New York, NY
Honey Don’t Be Afraid. White People Aren’t Real, The East Window, Boulder, CO
Mounument to Stranger in the Village, Not Standing in Place, Zürcher Theater Spektakel, Zurich, Switzerland
Selected Group Exhibitions
Globalisto: A Philosophy in Flux, Musée d'Art Moderne et Contemporain, Saint Etienne Metropol, France
This Tender, Fragile Thing, Jack Shainman: The School, Kinderhook, NY
Stolen Goods, York College Galleries, York, PA
Our Town: Reclaiming The Narrative, Hearst Center for the Arts, Ceader Falls, IA
Performing Past-Present: Transforming Reenactment, Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, Haverford College, Haverford, PA
UnHomelessNYC, Kingsborough Art Museum, Brooklyn, New York
Articulating Activism: Works from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, The 8th Floor, New York, NY
Us Them We | Race Ethnicity Identity, Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA
Stories of Resistance, Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, St. Louis, MO
Recovery, PPOW Gallery, New York, NY
Present Tense: New Prints, 2000–2005, International Print Center New York, New York, NY
AABV: Aestheticizing Anti-Black Violence—From Critique to Satire, The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery, Columbia University, New York, NY
Grants, Fellowships, Residencies and Awards
John Simon Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship
Senior Fellowship, Lunder Institute for the Arts
American Academy of Arts & Letters Purchase Award
Public Art Dialogue Award
Frieze Impact Prize
Pratt Institute, honorary D.F.A
C. Grimaldis Gallery in Baltimore, MD
Translations & Transitions: A Celebration of Mexican & Central American Independence at the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore, MD
Project with Meta Open Arts (Facebook) in Reston, VA
Baker Artist Award from the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance, Baltimore, MD
NOVA Loudon, in Sterling, VI
American Alliance of Museums (AAM) conference.
Review of Sarah Michelson’s show at David Zwirner for Artforum:
film program curated by Charlie Fox at the Museum Brandhorst, Munich, this summer.
2022: Basel Paris (PARIS+) (October)