Artist Bio

Jeff Huntington

Education

1997 MFA, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago

1995 BFA, The Corcoran School of Art, Washington, DC

 

Solo Exhibitions

2009 New Paintings, Raandesk Gallery of Art, New York, NY

         New Paintings, Reyes + Davis Gallery, Washington, DC

2003 Birds and Other Paintings, Balcony Gallery, Maryland Hall, Annapolis, MD

1993 Recent Portraits, Building Universal North, Washington, DC

1992 Figure of Expression, The Bank, Baltimore, MD

         Paintings-In-Progress, Ikon, Washington, DC

 

Group Exhibitions

2009 Art & Design @ muleh, Washington, DC

2008 Ramen and Resolve, Annapolis Street Gallery, Annapolis, MD

         Bridge Art Fair, Raandesk Gallery of Art, New York, NY

2007 Miscellany, Mana Fine Art Exhibition Space, Jersey City, NJ

2006 All Sentient Beings, DUMBO Arts Center, Brooklyn, NY

         Group Show, Raandesk Gallery of Art, New York, NY

2005 Alpan Gallery, Long Island, Huntington, NY

         Transformer’s 2nd Annual Auction, Fusebox, Washington, DC

         Bill Newman and Friends: Uncommon Vision, The Arts Club of Washington,

         Washington, DC

2004 Affordable Art Fair, prêt à poser, Pier 92, New York, NY

         Summer Selections, Alpan Gallery, Long Island, Huntington, NY

         Pandamania, public sculpture project, Washington, DC

         Degrees of Abstraction, Alpan Gallery, Long Island, Huntington, NY

         The Exhibition of American Art, The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago

         Diverse Works, Alpan Gallery, Long Island, Huntington, NY

2003 Affordable Art Fair, prêt à poser, Pier 92, New York, NY

         About Time, Canadian Embassy, Washington, DC (catalog)

         Alumni Awards Exhibition, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC

2002 Convoy, Paint Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

1999 Altered Objects, University of Chicago Law School, Chicago, IL

         Size Matters, Gale Gates et. al., Brooklyn, NY

         8th Annual Showcase Exhibition, The Alternative Museum, New York, NY

1998 65th Stateline Vicinity Exhibition, The Rockford Art Museum, Rockford, IL                             New Voices, New Visions, The Alternative Museum, New York, NY

         Disfigure, Hyde Park ArtCenter, Chicago, IL (2-person show; catalog)

1997 Coming Attractions, Zolla/Lieberman Gallery, Chicago, IL

         Out of the Shadow of Ivan Albright: Twelve Contemporary Chicago Artists,

         Illinois Art Gallery, State of Illinois Center, Chicago, IL

         Nippon Art Exhibition, Nippon Steel USA, Chicago, IL (catalog)

         How To Describe A Suspect, Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago, IL

1996 Young Americans of Asian Ancestry, Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago, IL

         Nippon Art Exhibition, Nippon Steel USA, Chicago, IL (catalog)

         Figurative Abstraction, Fine Arts Building Gallery, Chicago, IL

1995 Professor’s Choice, Rockville Arts Place, Rockville, MD

         Superbia: Options ’95 Biennial, Washington Project for the Arts, Washington,                       DC

         Some of the Parts: Printmaking Portfolio ’95, Gallery K, Washington, DC

         Facts, Faces, Figures, Foundry Gallery, Washington, DC

1994 Corcoran Art, Rock Creek Gallery, Washington, DC

1993 DC to NY, Gallery 4 Now at Union Square West, New York, NY

         Portraits By Jeff Huntington and Dan Thompson, White Walls Gallery,

         Corcoran School of Art, Washington, DC

         Urban Laboratory, Gallery 4 Now at 7th Street, Washington, DC

1992 Recent Works By Five Local Artists, Gallery 4 Now at Dupont Circle,                                     Washington, DC

 

Awards

2004 2nd Place, The Exhibition of American Art, The Rehabilitation Institute of                           Chicago, Chicago, IL

2003 The Ethel Lorraine Bernstein Memorial Award For Excellence in Painting

1995 The Dr. William A. Newman Award

         The School of the Art Institute of Chicago Trustee Scholarship (100%)

1994 The Jacob Kainen Award For Excellence in Figurative Painting

         The Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Fellowship, Canada

1992 The John Noland Ronsheim Memorial Award

 

Articles

2006 Harrison, Helen A., “With A Little Artistic License,” The New York Times; Jan. 8

2004 Winters, Wendi, “Artist Brings Panda To Life,” The Capital; May 28

2003 Greenfield, Phil, “Maryland Hall,” The Baltimore Sun; Jan. 16

1998 Charmelo, Julie Anne, “Disfigure,” New Art Examiner; June

Glatt, Cara, “When madness Becomes The Norm,” Hyde Park Herald; April 8

Landry, Nina, “Hyde Park Disfigured: Two Artists’ Commentaries,” Chicago Business; Vol. XXXVI, Issue 8; April 17

1997 Rooks, Michael, “Out of the Shadow of Ivan Albright: Twelve Contemporary               Chicago Artists,” New Art Examiner; July/August

Glatt, Cara, “Self Portraits Offer A Look At The Psyche,” Hyde Park Herald; Feb. 12

Delano, John, “Portraits Mix Memory And Desire,” The Chicago Maroon; Jan. 31

1996 Glatt, Cara, “Local Exhibit Shows Asian Influence,” Hyde Park Herald; Oct. 16

1995 Williams, Linda, “Students Win Spot In WPA Show,” Columns; Corcoran School          of Art, Washington, DC; Vol. 4, No. 8; June

         Pomeranz, Judy, “WPA’s Superb Superbia,” The Arlington Journal; Arlington,              VA; April 14

         Powers, William F., “Art And Soul,” The Washington Post; April 9

         Cole, Robert T., “Senior Thesis Show At The Corcoran,” SCENE Magazine;

         Issue 31, Vol. 1; April 7

         Cole, Robert T., “WPA Brings Superbia To DC,” SCENE Magazine; Issue 27,              Vol. 1; March 10

         Powers, William F., “Superbia: A Blast From The Present,” The Washington                Post; March 3

         Dean, Mensah, “Art In Superbia,” The Washington Times; March 2

         Cohen, Jean Lawlor, “Local Color,” WHERE Magazine; Washington, DC; March

1994 Brown, Joe, “Saving Face,” The Washington Post; Nov. 4

1993 “Nomadic Gallery Thrives In The District,” Art In Progress Magazine;                            Baltimore/Washington

Alfaro, Alberto M., “Filipino American’s Art Show,” The Manila-U.S.; Vol. 2, No. 9; March 15

  Williams, Linda, “ Helps Launch Gallery, Art Corporation,” The Rag; Corcoran School of Art, Washington, DC; Vol. 3, No. 2; March 31

1992 Jackson, George, “Cedric Tillman And Jeff Huntington,” The Washington Post;            Dec. 24

         Brace, Eric, “Gallery Go-Getters,” The Washington Post; Dec. 2

Oda, Ken, “Washington Student Artists Launch Moveable Gallery, KOAN Magazine; Washington, DC; Dec. 1

         Lyon, Ellen, “Showing His Colors,” The Sentinel; Upper Marlboro, MD; Sep. 16

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