STEVE CURRIE
Born Flint, MI - Lives Brooklyn, NY. 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2015 - "gone fishing...", Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York, NY
2012 - "From an Old Drawing", Elizabeth Harrris Gallery, New York, NY
2010 - "Long Highway", Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York, NY
2007 - "Some Roads", Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York, NY
2006 - Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York, NY
1998 - Revolution Billboard, Detroit ( Ferndale ), MI
1996 - Slusser Gallery, U. of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
         - Bobbit Visual Arts Center, Albion College, Albion, MI
1995 - Miami-Dade Community College, Miami, FL
         - Weatherspoon Art Gallery, Greensboro, NC
         - Revolution Gallery, Detroit ( Ferndale ), MI
1993 - Grace Borgenicht Gallery, New York, NY
1992 - Grace Borgenicht Gallery, New York, NY
1991 - Center for Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
1990 - Grace Borgenicht Gallery, New York, NY
1989 - Center for Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
1988 - Stephen Wirtz Gallery, San Francisco, CA
         - Grace Borgenicht Gallery, New York, NY
1987 - Diferenca Gallery, Lisbon, Portugal
1986 - Grace Borgenicht Gallery, New York, NY
  
TWO PERSON EXHIBITIONS
1998 - “Contingent/Continuous (with Nancy Cohen), Visceglia Gallery, 
          Caldwell College, Caldwell, NJ
1997 - With Lucio Pozzi, Bill Maynes Gallery, New York, NY
  
GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2017 - New Gallery/New Work Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York  
2015 - "Boxart: After Hours", Firework Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
         - "Intricate Expanse", Lesley Heller Workspace, New York, NY
2011 - "2 + 2 = 4," Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York, NY
2007 - Davidson Contemporary, Seattle, WA
2006 - "All Sentient Beings", curateed by Virginia Shore, Dumbo Arts Center, 
           Brooklyn, NY
2005 - “Yo Graph Net Interporn”, ArtMoving, Brooklyn , NY
2004 - “NYFA 2004 Inspiration Awards Benefit, New York , NY
2002 - “Knockout Fairground”, 80 Washington Square East Galleries, New York , NY
2001 - “Energy Inside”, Faulconer Gallery, Bucksbaum Center for the Arts, 
           Grinnell College, Grinnell, IA
1999 - “BILLBOARD Art on the Road”, MASS MoCa, North Adams , MA
         - “To The Fore”, Revolution/NY, New York , NY
1998 - “Wild”, Exit Art/The First World, New York , NY
         - “Gotham Group”, Charles Cowles Gallery , New York , NY
         - “Hot”, Revolution Gallery, Detroit ( Ferndale ), MI
1996 - “Symbiosis”, Mott Community College Fine Arts Gallery, Flint , MI
1995 - “Contemporary and Modern Sculpture”, Grace Borgenicht Gallery, 
           New York, NY
         - “Semaphore: Placing the Mark – Bill Bace and Renegade Spaces Project”, 
           New York, NY
1994 - “ Michigan Directions: Flint Area Artists”, Flint Institute of Arts , Flint , MI
         - “Fabricated Nature”, Boise Art Museum , Boise , ID , traveled to U. of
           Wyoming Museum of Art, Laramie, WY, Virginia Beach Center for The Arts, 
          Virginia Beach, VA
         - “Works on Paper”, Slusser Gallery, U. of Michigan , Ann Arbor , MI
1993 - Grace Borgenicht Gallery , New York , NY
         - “Volume, No Noise”, Klein Art Works, Chicago , IL
         - “Sporting Works”, David Anderson Gallery, Buffalo , NY
         - “Five Sculptors”, Rosa Esman Gallery , New York , NY
         - “Yale collects Yale”, Yale University Art Gallery , New Haven , CT
         - “Contemporary Abstraction”, Klein Art Works, Chicago , IL
1991 - “Height, Width, Length: Contemporary Sculpture From The Weatherspoon
           Collection”, Weatherspoon Art Gallery , The University of North Carolina at
          Greensboro, NC
         - “American Narrative Painting and Sculpture: The 1980s”, The Nassau County
           Museum of Art , Roslyn Harbour , NY
         - “Fabricators”, Grace Borgenicht Gallery , New York , NY
         - “Source Material”, Center for Contemporary Art, Chicago , IL
1990 - “Spring Acquisitions”, Weatherspoon Art Gallery , University of North Carolina,
           Greensboro , NC
1988 - “Innovations in Sculpture”, Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, 
           Ridgefield, CT
         - “Four Sculptors”, Vaughan Gallery, Minneapolis , MN
         - “The 1980s: A New Generation of American Painters and Sculptors”, The
           Metropolitan Museum of Art , New York , NY
1986 - "Invitational Exhibition," Grace Borgenicht Gallery, New York, NY

BIBLIOGRAPHY

2012 - Faye Hirsch, Exhibition Reviews , Art in America, October
2010 - Naves, Mario, "Steve Currie: Long Highway," City Arts, May 5
2007 - Goodman, Jonathan, "Improvisation, Complexity, and Form", catalogue essay
           for exhibition at Elizabeth Harris Gallery
         - Naves, Mario, "Currently Hanging", The Culture, The New York Observer, 
          October
2006 - Goodman, Jonathan, Sculpture, June, pp73-74
         - Ostrow Saul, "Steve Currie at Elizabeth Harris Gallery", Art in America,
           April, p153
1997 - Banes, Ashley and Harai, Randi, “Recent Sculptures”,
           Cybersurfing 57 th , July
1996 - Melrod, George, “Home is Where the Art is”, Art & Antiques” , June
         - Scholt, Grayce, “Arts Review”, The Flint Journal , Flint , MI , February 25
1995 - Licata, Elizabeth , “Living with Art”, ARTNews , December
         - Miro, Marsha, “Sculptor's Ideas Take Flight on Themes Inspired by
           Space Exploration”, Detroit Free Press , March 28
         - Colby, Joy Hakanson, “Full House”, The Detroit News , March 17
1994 - Schnoor, Chris, “Sculptural Dualities”, Reflex , August/September, p 13
         - Melrod, George, “Steve Currie at Grace Borgenicht”, Art in America, May
         - Ross, Jeanette, “Through a Looking Glass”, Artweek , May 19, p 12
         - Phillips, Patricia C., “Steve Currie”, Artforum , April, pp 99-100
         - Harthorn, Sandy, “Fabricated Nature (exhibition catalogue essay from The
           Boise Art Museum , Boise , ID
1993 - Melrod, George, “Steve Currie”, Sculpture , July-August, p 66
1991 - Artner, Alan and McCracken, David, “Ten Exhibitions Graced the City”, 
           Chicago Tribune, The Arts Section 13, December 29, p 18
         - Artner, Alan, “Calderesque Play Lightens Currie's Sophisticated Work”,
           Chicago Tribune, May 10
         - Hixson, Kathryn, “Chicago in Review: Steve Currie”, Arts Magazine, 
           September
         - McLaughin, Bonnie, “Source Material”, Inside Art, The Reader , Aug 9
1990 - Heartney, Eleanor, “Steve Currie”, ARTNews , Summer
         - Kimmelman, Michael, “Steve Currie”, The New York Times , Feb 16
1989 - McCracken, “Opposites attract in Currie's sculptures”, Chicago Tribune ,
           April 14
1988 - Scott, Martha B., “Innovations in Sculpture 1985-88”, catalogue essay from
           the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield , CT
         - Princenthal, Nancy, “Steve Currie at Grace Borgenicht”, Art in America,
           December
         - Baker, Kenneth, “Complex, Cool Sculptures”, San Francisco Chronicle, 
          September 19
         - Kimmelman, Michael, “Uptown, Novices and Modern Masters”, The New York
           Times , February 26
1986 - Brenson, Michael, “Sculpture Breaks the Mold of Minimalism”, The New York
           Times , November 23
         - Brenson, Michael, “ Bountiful Season in Outdoor Sculpture Reveals Glimmers
           Of a New Sensibility”, The New York Times, July 18

EDUCATION

B.F.A., University of Michigan, 1977
M.F.A., Yale University, 1984

AWARDS

1997 - New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship, Sculpture
1990 - New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship, Sculpture
1988-89 - National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, Sculpture
1987 - MADEIN/Luso-American Foundation Grant
1986 - Igor Foundation Grant

COLLECTIONS

Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY
AT&T Corporation, New York, NY
Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY
Buscaglia-Castellani Art Gallery, Niagara University, Niagara Falls, NY
Chemical Bank, New York, NY
Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, IA
Flint Institute of Arts, Flint, MI
Luso-American Foundation, Lisbon, Portugal
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
Miami-Dade Community College, Miami , FL
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Fort Worth , TX
Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach , CA
The Sunrise Museum, Charleston , WV
Walker Art Center, Minneapolis , MN
Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina , Greensboro , NC