Curt Belshe

            EDUCATION

Cranbrook Art Academy, Bloomfield Hills, MI—MFA 1979 -Area of Study: Printmaking

Washington University, School of Fine Arts, St. Louis, MO—BFA 1977 -Area of Study: Printmaking

 

            SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

Miniature Prints – First New York International, etching- Juror: S. Suzuki, Associate Curator, Prints, MOMA, Manhattan Graphics Center,  November, 2015

Yokai - The Farm Project 2015, installation- Collaborative Concepts at Saunders Farm, September-November, 2015

New York View: MTA Arts and Design Illustrates the City – subway poster, Society of Illustrators, June – August 15, 2015.

(Counter) Public Art, Intervention & Performance in Lower Manhattan from 1978–1993 Repro History signage, the Arts Center at Governors Island, May to Sept, 2015

2014 A New Dialect, 3D printed figures, iPad, augmented reality technology, triggering video and audio. STEAM: STEM + ARTS, On view: Tuesday, May 20 – Saturday, August 16. Hours: Tues – Sat, 12 – 5pm, Curated by:  Patricia Miranda, Miranda Arts Project Space, For more information visit: http://artsw.org/steam

“Artists in the Archives” (including The “Alternet,” “Book Marks,” and The “Call to Everyone”.) Exhibition is traveling to libraries and venues from 2013-2015. Venues include libraries in Shrub Oak, Elmsford, Chappaqua, Peekskill, Ithaca, Rochester, and NYC in New York, the public library in Teaneck, New Jersey, and BookWorks in Asheville, North Carolina.

THE SKY IS FALLING!  Curated by Alan Baer, Augmented Reality installation, Byrdcliffe Kleinert/James Center for the Arts, Woodstock, NY, October 19 - December 2, 2012
Milk Train - Sign and Augmented Reality installation - The Wassaic Project, Wassaic, NY,  Curt Belshe and Lise Prown, June – August, 2012
Fracking - The Farm Project 2011 Sign and Augmented Reality installation-
Collaborative Concepts at Saunders Farm, September-November, 2011
Meta Deck, Mega Deck - February 3, 2011 - The Paramount Center for the Arts, Peekskill, NY

Decollage: Torn Exteriors Augmented Realities for the Smartphone, Williamsburg, Brooklyn,  April 16 - MAY 8, 2011
Carrying, a site-specific installation with Lise Prown at the Samuel Dorsky Museum, SUNY New Paltz, NY, June-Nov. 2010
Peekskill Project, Citywide Outdoor Installation, a site-specific installation with Lise Prown, August – Nov. 2009
Wildlife Management Part 1: Charms, Collaborative Concepts 2009 at Saunders Farm, an outdoor sculpture exhibition in Garrison, NY, with Lise Prown, August – Nov. 2009
Signing, Westchester Gallery, Westchester Art Workshop, Feb-March, 2009
For the Love of Art, the Hat Factory, Peekskill, NY, Feb-March, 2009
Relating to the River, Contemporary Takes on the Hudson, Standard House Gallery, Peekskill, NY, Feb-March, 2009
Westchester Biennial 2008, College of New Rochelle, March-June, 2008
SWARM-, Collaborative Concepts at Saunders Farm 2007 - a site-specific installation with Lise Prown, August-September 2007
Post-Aquarian Watermarks,  Sculptoure – Long Branch, NJ, -site-specific installation – May- August, 2007
Flat-Files show, Maxwell Fine Arts, November-December, 2007
Peekskill Project 2006, a project of the Hudson Valley Museum for ContemporaryArt, A Flock of Crows, a public sign installation with Lise Prown, Sept 15 - Oct 7, 2006
Open Studio, Paramount Upper Gallery, Peekskill, NY, April 2005
Views of the Hudson, River Bend Gallery,  Peekskill, NY, April 2005
Arborscapes, one person show, U.S. National Arboretum, Washington D.C.,  November 2004

Holiday Salon 2003–2004, Maxwell Fine Arts, December 2003- February 2004Digital Art 2002, Kentucky State University, National Invitational Survey Show, Frankfort KY, April-May 2002

9/11 Memorial Exhibition, Paramount Upper Gallery, February-March 2002

The Flag Project, Henry Street Settlement House, NYC, June 2002

Holiday Salon Show, Maxwell Fine Arts (commercial gallery), Dec.-Feb. 2002

Photographs of Children, Art on Main St., Yonkers Public LIbrary, Fall 2001

Start Here, a group show at the Upper Gallery, in Peekskill, NY, , May 2001

Peekskill Artist Open Studio, at the Westchester Community College in Peekskill, N, , June 2001

Open Studios 2001, at the Westchester Arts Council, in White Plains NY., June 2001

Fabrications, Outdoor banner installation, Peekskill, NY, September, 2000, reinstalled June, 2001

Art in Peekskill, Westchester Community College (Peekskill Branch), June 2000

Out of the Box, Collaborative Performance with Michiyo Tanaka, Bronx Community College, May, 2000

Capital Punishment, Polis Gallery, Peekskill, NY, October, 1998

Face to Face, Peekskill 5 + 10 Exhibition Space, Peekskill, NY, June 1998

History, Polis Gallery, Peekskill, NY, May 1998

Westchester Gallery,  One person show, Westchester Art Workshop, White Plains, NY, 1997

Diverse Fragments, ParamountGallery, Group Show,  1996

Mirror, Mirror,  Paramount Theater Gallery, Group Show, 1995

Biography Memorials, Outdoor sculpture exhibition with Lise Prown, Bronx, New York, 1995

Bywood Gallery, One person print show; Peekskill, NY, July 1993

REPOhistory-Lower Manhattan Sign Project,  participating artist for public street sign project on undocumented histories in Lower ManhattanJune 1992.

MTA’s Arts for Transit Program,  Poster displayed system-wide in MTA and TA stations, Spring 1992

Artists/Homeless Collaborative,  Ceramic Tile sign created with the Women of the Park Ave. Women’s Shelter, a collaborative project with Lise PrownSept-Nov 1991

“The Waterfront Show”, Minor Injury Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, Collaborative Installation with Lise Prown, 1991

The Intimate Museum”, Longwood Gallery, P.S. 39, Bronx Council For The Arts, Bronx, NY, Collaborative Installation with Lise Prown, October 1990

Unnatural Causes”, Arsenal Gallery,  Group Show in conjunction with Earth Day,  April 1990, New York, NY.

The Airport Project”, Kennedy Airport,  Site specific Installation, Collaborative Installation with Lise Prown, sponsored by O.I.A. March-Apr. 1990

Political Landscapes”, Hillwood Art Gallery,   Long Island University, Brookville, NY, Collaborative Installation with Lise Prown, March-Apr. 1990.

International Biennal of Paper Art, Leopold-Hoesch-Museum Der Stadt Düren,  Düren West Germany, May-Aug. 1990.

Literacy on The Table”, Longwood Gallery, P.S. 39, Bronx Council For The Arts; Franklin Furnace, NYC;

Hallwalls, Buffalo;  Collaborative Installation with Lise Prown, Bronx, NY, 1989

Ward Nasse Gallery,  Soho Print Show, New York, NY February 1989

terra firma?,” Boston University Art Gallery,  Collaborative Installation with Lise Prown, January 1989

The Portrait Retold,” P.S. 122 Gallery,  Group Show, Collaborative Installation with Lise Prown,NY, May 1988

Gossip, Fate and Policy,” Rotunda Gallery,  Collaborative Installation with Lise Prown, Brooklyn, NY, April 1988

On Broadway Sylvan Cole Gallery, (Group print show) New York, NY January 1988

Rooms with a View,” Longwood Gallery, P.S. 39, Bronx Council For The Arts,  Bronx, NY, Dec. 1987

O.I.A. 1Oth Aniversary Outdoor Sculpture Show. Snug Harbor Cultural Center,  Collaborative Installation with Lise Prown, Staten Island, NY, May 1987

Fairy Tales: Politics, Desire and Everyday Life,” Artists Space,  Collaborative Installation with Lise Prown, New York, NY, November 1986

Counter-Representations,” Brooklyn Museum,  Brooklyn, NY, September 1985

About Paper,” Rotunda Gallery,  Brooklyn, NY, 1985

 

 

 

Exhibition Reviews

To Generate STEAM, Add Equal Amounts of Art

http://nykeypad.wordpress.com/2014/07/15/to-generate-steam-add-equal-amounts-of-art/ July 7, 2014

The New York Times, “Signs of Olden Times bring History to theStreets”, Mervyn Rothstein, June 25, 1992

The New York Times, “At Longwood Gallery, 2O Artists Traverse Culture and Literacy,” Vivien Raynor, June 25, 1989.

Boston Globe, “BU Exhibit Succeeds at Making Art of Trash,” Christine Temin, January 17, 1989.

Art New England, “Review of terra firma?,” Cornelia Wright, February 1989.

Artforum, “Rooms With A View,” Jean Fisher, January 1988.

The New York Times, “Sculpture Carefully Considered for a Site,” William Zimmer, June 28, 1987.