LIVE / WORK / PLAY at Alden Gallery in Provincetown, MA. August 21–September 3, 2015; Opening reception August 21, 2015, 7–9 pm.
Square, a group exhibition at Alden Gallery runs May 22–June 25, 2015. Opening reception: Friday, May 22, 7–9 pm.
Oh, The Places We Have Been, a group exhibition celebrating the 10th Anniversary of Jonathan LeVine Gallery. Runs from April 2–May 2, 2015. Opening reception: April 2, 6–8pm at 557C West 23rd Street, New York, NY.
A limited edition print is being released December 19 with Dynamo Editions. "Jean-Pierre Timbaud," 16" x 24" Giclee print, signed and numbered edition of 50.
ÉGRÉGORE, a group exhibition with over 50 artists at Yves Laroche Gallery, Montréal. The exhibition runs from October 30–December 20, 2014. Opening reception: October 30, 5–9pm.
Greetings from New York City: Jonathan LeVine Gallery Visits Berlin, a group exhibition in Berlin presented with Urban Nation, as part of their ongoing series, Project M. The show runs from October 25 through November 29, 2014. Opening reception: October 25, 8pm–midnight.
On loan from the West Collection, the Camper Kart will be included in a group exhibition at California State University Fullerton and The Nicholas and Lee Begovich Gallery. Seeing the Invisible: Life on the Street, curated by Joanne Mace, runs from September 6 until October 11, 2014. Opening reception: September 6 from 5–8pm.
New works for an upcoming show at Alden Gallery. August 22 until September 4, opening reception: Friday, August 22 from 7–9pm.
Limited edition print release with Jonathan LeVine Gallery. "N. Henry," 16" x 24" Giclee print, signed and numbered edition of 50. Join the gallery mailing list for more information on its release.
Alden Gallery launches the 2014 season, and their 7th year, with a group exhibition titled "Seven" which opens Friday, May 23, 7–9pm.
Upcoming solo show at Jonathan LeVine Gallery, "Right Place, Right Time" featuring vehicles documented in Berlin, Paris and Brussels. Opens Saturday, February 22, 2104 from 6–8pm. 529 West 20th Street, 9th Floor, NY, NY. Showing until March 22, 2014.
Interview in the French magazine, Desillusion's 42nd issue, "Prisoners of Pleasure"—big thanks to Guillaume Le Goff.
It's that time again, when the art world descends on Miami. I have work at PULSE-MIAMI with Jonathan LeVine Gallery, The Ice Palace, 1400 North Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida from December 5–8, 2014.
Great write-up of The 2013 Wassaic Project Summer Festival & Exhibition on Hyperallergic.
New works for an upcoming show at Alden Gallery from August 9–22, 2013. Opening reception: Friday, August 9, 7–9pm.
The Wassaic Project Summer Exhibition & Festival is August 2–4, 2013. I'm exhibiting some work from the winter residency program. The Summer Festival is a free, annual, multi-disciplinary celebration of art, music, dance, and community featuring over 100 artists, 25 bands, film screenings, and dance performances all weekend long. The Maxon Mills, 37 Furnace Bank Road, Wassaic, NY. The exhibition continues through September 2, 2013.
Upcoming group show Wider Than a Postcard, curated by Sven Davis at Breeze Block Gallery, Portland, Oregon. May 2–June 1, 2013.
New paintings at Stroke Art Fair in Munich, Germany with Andenken Gallery. May 1–5, 2013.
Released another print with 20x200 today. Newell's available in 11x14, 16x20, and 30x40. 8x10 prints have already sold out.
Featured in Counter-Print's (previously Eight:48) ninth issue. There are three papers to this issue with #01 focusing on the art and design of FREIGHT.
Upcoming group exhibition, curated by Sven Davis, at Breeze Block Gallery in Portland, Oregon. Space//Form opens Thursday, September 6th, 6–10pm. Show's up until the 26th of September with work from over 100 contemporary artists.
Upcoming show at Alden Gallery from July 20 through August 9. Opening reception: Friday, July 20, 7–9pm. Limited print edition of "Mr. Softee" (16 x 20 inches) is available. To inquire: email@example.com
My friend, Amelia Shaw, has a short film about the Camper Bike playing at the Bicycle Film Festival, Saturday, June 30, 6pm. All screenings are at the Anthology Film Archives, 32 Second Avenue, New York, NY 10003.
Back from a recent trip to France. The collection of Oxylane Art Foundation begins a traveling exhibition leaving for Poland. All pieces in the current collection, including the Camper Bike, are shipping in style in a customized crate.
Aston Martin, Lamborghini, Maserati, Bentley, and Dodge Ram? Classic Driver magazine has a great write-up about my vehicle series.
Upcoming group show at Helen Day Art Center in Stowe, Vermont. "The Art on Burton" features artists' work that have contributed to the image of the snowboards. January 20–April 15, 2012; opening reception: January 20, 6–8pm. Send me an email if you're interested in the show's available work.
I've submitted a piece for this year's Postcards from the Edge benefit for Visual AIDS. The event is hosted by Cheim & Read, 547 W 25th St, New York, NY. Preview: January 6. Benefit sale: January 7–8. Visit Visual AIDS' site for all details.
Some of my work is featured in "Walls & Frames: Fine Art from the Streets". To celebrate the release the artists featured in the book have created original handmade book sleeves for the publication, which will be available for sale both at the London and Berlin events for 430£ and 500€ respectively (Book copies included). Visit the site for all details.
I'm participating in PULSE Los Angeles, September 30–October 4, 2011. I'll be exhibiting Little Tag Along as a PULSE Project with LMAKprojects, New York (Booth C7). PULSE Los Angeles: Event Deck at L.A. Live, 1005 West Chick Hearn Court, Downtown Los Angeles, California.
I have a piece in an upcoming exhibition at Victoria and Albert Museum in London. "Power of Making," a V&A and Crafts Council exhibition celebrates the role of making with a selection of 100 objects. Opening September 6, 2011.
Summer show at Alden Gallery. Opening reception: Friday, September 2, 7–9pm; showing through September 22, 2011.
New video by Colin M. Day about Home in the Weeds.
Thanks to Spencer Keeton Cunningham for documenting the installation of Home in the Weeds.
Upcoming group show at Show&Tell Gallery with Josh Bardnt, Mike Shankman, Alex Luxas and Jeff Gillette. ATROPHIC EXISTENCE, December 11, 2010–January 10, 2011. Opening, Saturday, December 11 from 7–11pm. Show&Tell Gallery, 1161 Dundas St. W, Toronto, ON, CANADA
Interview and feature in VNA (Very Nearly Almost) Magazine.
My die cast vans are on display at PARTNERS & SPADE along with new works from Absolute Sellout, Christopher Baird, Dane Johnson, Nicholas Santore, and pieces curated by VENA CAVA for Fashion's Night Out.
Another print released with 20x200! "Stormville" is available in four edition sizes: 8"x10", 11"x14", 16"x20", and "30x40". And, the original, 20" x 30" oil painting is available through White Walls gallery.
Ice Cream truck series at Alden Gallery. Showing through September 8, 2010. Opening reception: Friday, August 27, 7-9pm.
Two openings this week. Camper Kart will be on display in "Gimme Shelter" a group show at Mixed Greens Gallery, 531 West 26th New York, NY. Opening, Thursday, July 15, 6-8pm. And, new painting in "As They See It" at 941 Geary, the newly opened space by Justin Giarla of White Walls. Right around the corner from White Walls at 941 Geary Street San Francisco, CA. The show opens Saturday, July 17.
My work's in the July issue of Juxtapoz! Utz Triptych is featured in the Profiles section.
Camper Bike project is published in Velo, Bicycle Culture and Design released in April 2010 by Gestalten. "Velo is a striking visual journey into the multifaceted world of cycling and the diverse tribes that inhabit it. …and presents the design and visual aesthetic of today’s cycling culture."
Interview and feature on the Camper Bike project in the Dandyhorse Magazine, a bike culture publication based in Toronto, Canada.
I'm participating in the exhibition Pignon sur rue at La Maison Folie De Wazemmes in Lille, France from April 2 until June 6, 2010.
Upcoming show at White Walls in San Francisco. Temporal Surfaces: Work by Kevin Cyr and Jessica Hess, March 6–27. Opening reception March 6th, 7–11pm.
The Camper Bike and Camper Kart are featured in this month's MAKE Magazine.
The Camper Kart was selected as one of the ten pieces acquired by the West Collection for 2010's West Prize. Details on the exhibition to follow.
There's a write-up about Camper Bike in the current issue of INTERSECTION Magazine.
Upcoming show at Raandesk Gallery of Art: Work by Kevin Cyr and Jason Bryant showing through March 12, 2010. Opening reception: Thursday, January 14, 7–9pm at 16 W. 23rd Street, 4th Floor, New York, NY.
Video about the Camper Kart project and some of my other work featured on Babelgum.
There's a write up about the Camper Kart in today's Los Angeles Times Brand X. Post-apocalyptic living: a home in a shopping cart? Read the article here.
SUCCESS! My KICKSTARTER project for Camper Kart was successfully funded. Thank you so much to everyone who passed it on and pledged. I'm looking forward to finishing the kart and making some rewards!
Open Studios, Saturday, September 26, 5–10pm, 649 Morgan Avenue, Studio 2M, Brooklyn, New York
I launched a project on KICKSTARTER. Photographic and silkscreen prints are offered at a variety of pledge levels. Please pass the word and consider pledging. Thanks!
Camper Bike project and recently proposed Camper Kart have been featured on a couple of blogs in the last few days: designboom / PSFK–New Ideas + Trends / Inhabitat / Beautiful Decay / Andrew Sullivan's The Daily Dish / Thanks for posting!
New site + new work!
I submitted a proposal to FEAST: a recurring public dinner designed to use community-driven financial support to democratically fund new and emerging artmakers. Please come August 8th, 5pm-8pm, McGorlick Park, Greenpoint, New York to vote!
Upcoming show at Alden Gallery: Joerg Dressler + Kevin Cyr. Showing through September 8. Opening reception: Friday, August 21, 7-9pm.
Medium + large limited edition prints of "Berry" are still available through 20x200. There are a few remaining "Koolman" prints. [Sorry, all sold out of these prints.]