JIM NOLAN / CV

 
Jim Nolan lives in Houston, TX.

 
EDUCATION
1993
Massachusetts College of Art, MFA, Boston, MA.
1984
Virginia Commonwealth University, BFA, Richmond, VA.

SOLO & TWO PERSON EXHIBITIONS
2013
shifting SCALE, Windows into Houston,Blaffer Museum, University of Houston
Better Than Success, Art Palace Gallery,(Project Room), Houston, TX
2012
Low Impact (Resistance to Flow / ThisIsBobDylanToMe) Subject to Change, collaborative project with Linda Post, Lawndale Art Center, Houston, TX
2011
Today Is Tomorrow, Art Palace Gallery, Houston, TX
2010
(v)=Variable Project, Houston, TX, site specific project w/ Mick Johnson
2005
A POWERFUL HANKERING, artMoving Projects, Brooklyn, NY
2002
JIM NOLAN WORKS, NoName Exhibitions at the Soap Factory, Minneapolis, MN

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2013
Just Then and Again, St. Claude Gallery, University of New Orleans, LA
Loose Cooperation, Deep Elum Windows, Dallas TX
Group Show, The Brandon, Houston, TX
2012
STANDARD DEVIATION, Art Palace, Houston TX, curator
Prologue, SkyDive Gallery, Houston, TX
2011
Intersecting Impulses, Williams Tower Gallery, Houston, TX
2010
Drawing on Drawing, DEEPSPACENEWYORK, New York City, NY
Weasel, Inman Gallery, Houston, TX, curated by Chelsea Beck and Kurt Mueller
It’s Better to Regret Something You Have Done…, Art Palace Gallery, Houston, TX
2009
The Big Show, Lawndale Art Center, Houston, TX
2008
Metropoles Bronx River Arts Center, Bronx, NY
No Thing Impossible, Tobey Fine Arts, New York, NY
2007
Sound Art Limo, Melbourne International Arts Festival, curated by Holly Crawford/AV Institute
Subspecies, Tobey Fine Arts, New York, NY
Sound Art Limo, curated by Holly Crawford/AC Institute, The Armory, NY
WOOD, English Kills, Brooklyn, NY
Mashups, Tastes Like Chicken Art Space, Brooklyn, NY, co-curator
2006
Saunders’ Farm Project, outdoor exhibition, Collaborative Concepts Garrison, NY,
Art in the Neighborhood 2, Tastes Like Chicken Art Space, Brooklyn, NY
2005
Studio: Seven Months of My Aesthetic Education (Plus Some) a project by Tony Oursler, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
Yo Graph Net Interporn, artMoving, Brooklyn, NY
Sleepercell, artMoving, Brooklyn, NY
2004
DE/CONSTRUCT, PH Gallery, New York, NY
2003
24, Eugene Binder Gallery, Marfa, Texas
Dancing in the Dark, part II, Aljira Center for Contemporary Art, Newark, NJ. (catalogue)
2002
Video Wall, Sara Meltzer Gallery, New York, NY
2001
Surfaces + Support Systems, 123 Watts, New York, NY
In Transit: Installations by Rory Donaldson, Jim Nolan, and Linda Post, Tyler Art Gallery, State University of New York at Oswego, Oswego, NY
Of Relationship, 16 Beaver, New York, NY

SELECTED AWARDS, GRANTS, & RESIDENCIES
2013
Centraltrak Residency, Dallas,TX
Lawndale Studio Program, Houston TX
2003
Webspace Artist of the Month, Artists Space, NY
2002
Aljira Emerge Spring 2002 fellowship, Newark, NJ.

PERMANENT COLLECTION
The Museum of Fine Arts Houston, TX

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
2001
Vogel, Wendy. ‘Review: Jim Nolan. Today is Tomorrow,’ Art Palace Gallery, Houston, TX.
2006
Schmerler, Sarah. ‘Jim Nolan, A Powerful Hankering’ review, TimeOut New York/Issue 539: Jan 26, 2006.
2005
Maine, Stephen. ‘DATELINE BROOKLYN,’ artnet Jan 5, 2005
2002
Reid, Calvin. ‘Dancing in the Dark: Aljira Emerge 2002,’ catalog. Aljira Center for Contemporary Art, Newark, NJ, 2002.
Bollen, Christopher. ‘Surfaces and Support Systems’ review, TimeOut New York, January 3-10, 2002.
1994
Holbrook, Johanna. ‘S.S. White’ review, New Art Examiner, March, 1994.
Schuster Hunter, Anne. ‘The Play Instinct In Art Making,’ New Art Examiner, December, 1994.