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Charles Mary Kubricht
Marfa TX US
Updated: 2017-01-19 02:19:15

RESUME

www.charlesmarykubricht.com

Charles Mary Kubricht, an artist living in New York City and Marfa, has been exhibiting her work in the US and abroad for three decades. She explores biography of site through the interrelationship of direct perception and the lenses of technology. Her work has been shown in solo exhibitions at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Austin Museum of Art, and Art Museum of South Texas, as well as in numerous museum group exhibitions. Recently awarded a GSA Art in Architecture Award, she will create an interior installation for the new Port of Entry at Columbus, NM. She designed the stage set for DER PROTAGONIST performed by the Fire Island Opera Festival, Fire Island, NY, in 2014. In 2013, she received a CREATING A LIVING LEGACY grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and DiverseWorks that will continue through 2015. Also, in 2013, she designed the stage set for THE ENCHANTED TREE for the Fire Island Opera Theater, Fire Island, NY, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jamie-krauss-hess/fire-island-opera_b_3838268.html?utm_hp_ref=new- york&ir=New York. In 2011 she received a public art commission from the High Line, NYC, ALIVENESSES:PROPOSAL FOR ADAPTATION. During 2011-2013, she created permanent public art installations for Dimensional Funds in London, Austin, and Santa Monica. In 2010 she created a permanent public art installation for Rice University, PARAMUSEUM:ENVIRONMENTAL EXIGENCIES, and was awarded a residency at YADDO. Her work has been featured in BOMB magazine (“Charles Mary Kubricht”, BOMB magazine, Spring, 2009), BOMBLOG (2011) (http://bombsite.com/issues/1000/articles/6340) and the ebook, The State of the Art: Contemporary Artists in Texas by June Mattingly, 2012. She was interviewed by Marfa Public Radio, an affiliate to NPR (http://marfapublicradio.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/TLK-110927- Charles-Mary-Kubricht-EDIT30.wav).

RESUME

M.F.A., University of Houston, Houston, TX B.A., Queens College, Charlotte, NC
Institut fur Europaische Studien,Vienna, Austria Queens College, Charlotte, NC

Alfred C. Glassell, Jr., School of Art, Houston, TX
High School for the Performing and Visual Arts, Houston, TX University of Houston, Houston, TX

Current and Upcoming Exhibitions, Commissions and Events

2016 Stage set design for Fire Island Opera, Jouney, Marfa, TX                                                                                                       2015 Art in Architecture Award, GSA, Interior of Port of Entry, Columbus, NM.
2014 Stage set design for Fire Island Opera Festival, The Protagonist, Fire Island, NY
2013 Stage set design for Fire Island Opera Festival, The Enchanted Tree, Fire Island, NY
2013-present CREATING A LIVING LEGACY, grant from Joan Mitchell Foundation, DiverseWorks and

Studio One
2013 Commissioned Permanent Art Installation for Dimensional Funds, LLC, Austin, TX and San

Diego, CA
2011-present “Alive-nesses: Proposal for Adaptation”, High Line, New York City, NY

Selected Solo Exhibitions, Installations, Stage Design and Public Art

2015 Art in Architecture Award, GSA, Interior of Port of Entry, Columbus, NM.
2014 Stage set design for Fire Island Opera Festival, The Protagonist
2013 Stage set design for Fire Island Opera Festival, The Enchanted Tree
2013 Commissioned Permanent Public Art Installation for Dimensional Funds, LLC, Austin, TX and

San Diego, CA
2011-present “Alive-nesses: Proposal for Adaptation”, High Line, New York City, NY

2011 “The Figure Is Always Ground”, Marfa Book Company, Marfa Texas “paraMuseum: London”, Dimensional Funds, London, England “paraMuseum: Austin”, Dimensional Funds, Austin, Texas “Indirections”, Installation in Private Collection, New York City

2010 “Taxonomy of Unusual Events on the Mountain”, Moody Gallery, Houston, TX
“Watcher: Strategies for Art, Observation and Adaptation,” Yaddo Residency, Saratoga Springs, NY
“paraMuseum: Environmental Exigencies”, Rice University, Houston, TX

2008 “Slight Disturbances”, Moody Gallery, Houston, TX
2005 “Canyon Series”, Galveston Arts Center, Galveston, TX; Austin Museum of Art, Austin, TX
2004 “DAY 1, AFTERNOON: canyon, cloud, conifer, constellation, creek”, Moody Gallery, Houston, TX

“Notebooks”, Adair Margo Gallery, El Paso, TX “Day 1, Evening,” Lynn Goode Gallery, Marfa, TX

2003 “Day 1, Afternoon,” Lynn Goode Gallery, Marfa, TX 2001 “Recent Paintings”, Moody Gallery, Houston, TX

“Recent Paintings”, Adair Margo Gallery, El Paso, TX
2000 “Where Time Dwells”, The Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, TX

“Charles Mary Kubricht: New Work Marfa”, The Gallery at Marfa Book Co., Marfa, TX 1999 “Determining Distances of Stars”, Moody Gallery, Houston, TX
1998 “Charles Mary Kubricht”, Eugene Binder, Long Island City, NY
1997 “Recent Work,” Lynn Goode Gallery, Houston, TX

“Charles Mary Kubricht, Matrix Series”, The Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, TX “The Color of Water”, Adair Margo Gallery, El Paso, TX

1995 “Soundless Journey”, Lynn Goode Gallery, Houston, TX
“Charles Mary Kubricht: Recent Painting”, Gene Binder, Dallas, TX

1993 “A Place for My Affections”, Adair Margo Gallery, El Paso, TX 1991 “Longing and Forgiveness”, Harris Gallery, Houston, TX
1990 Harris Gallery, Houston, TX
1989 River Cafe, Houston, TX

1985 Hadler/Rodriguez Gallery, Houston, TX

Selected Group Exhibitions

2009 “The Grand Canyon: From Dream to Icon”, Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, TX 2008 “Thrive”, DiverseWorks, Houston, TX

“Learning by Doing”, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Houston, TX
““Time is of the Essence: Contemporary Landscape Art”, Asheville Museum of Art, Asheville, NC

2007 “Looking West”, Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, TX
2006 “Texas 100: Selection for the El Paso Museum of Art,” El Paso Museum of Art, El Paso, TX

“Grand Canyon: From Dream to Icon, Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson, AZ “Selections,” South Texas Museum of Art, Corpus Christi, TX
“Less is More”, Williams Tower Gallery, Houston, Texas

2005 “Women Diversified,” El Paso Museum of Art, Avant Studio and Gallery, El Paso “Twenty Artists for Twenty Years”, Adair Margo Gallery, El Paso, Texas

“Carrington Gallery, Ltd. Presents The Artists of Adair Margo Gallery”, Carrington Gallery Ltd., San Antonio, TX
“The Natural World”, Beeville Art Museum, Beeville, TX
“Color/Pattern/Grid: Selectionsfrom the Austin Museum of Art and Austin Collections”, Austin Museum of Art, Austin, TX

2004 “Perspectives @ 25: A Quarter Century of New Art in Houston”, Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, TX

“A Marfa Way of Seeing: Recent Paintings by Charles Mary Kubricht and Michael Roch”,

Landmark Arts, Texas Tech School of Art, Lubbock, TX
2003 “Beth Israel Juried Art 2003”, Margolis Gallery, Congregation Beth Israel, Houston, TX

“The Grid: Unlocked”, Four Walls, Fort Worth, TX, Curator: Janet Tyson
2002 “People, Places & Things: Selections from the Permanent Collection”, Austin Museum of Art,

Austin, TX

“Hard Core”, Galveston Arts Center, Galveston, TX
2001 “Our Crowd Collects”, Margolis Gallery, Congregation Beth Israel, Houston, Texas

2000 “25 Years”, Moody Gallery, Houston, TX
“Made You Look!”, Austin Museum of Art - Laguna Gloria, Austin, TX

1999 “eXquisite Corpse”, Lawndale Art & Performance Center, Houston, TX
“Summer Mixer”, Wells Fargo Plaza, Lobby Gallery , Houston, TX
“Hot Spots: Los Angeles, Houston, Miami”, Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina,

Greensboro, NC, Pittsburg Center for the Arts, Pittsburg, PA, Curator: Dana Friis-Hansen (catalogue)

1998 “Blurred Boundaries”, in conjunction with FotoFest, Winter Street Art Center, Houston, TX
“In Situ: Responses from Charles Mary Kubricht and Ann Stautberg”, The Glassell School of Art,

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX
1997 “The Last Picture Show”, Lynn Goode Gallery, Houston, TX

“The Best of Houston Printmakers”, Museum of Printing History, Houston, TX 1996 “Texas Art for Russia/Russian Art for Texas”, Art League of Houston, Houston, TX

“Cerling Etching Studio: First 5 Years”, Transco Tower, Houston, TX
“Cerling Etching Studio: First 5 Years”, Galveston Arts Center, Galveston, TX
“Glimpses of Eden”, Adair Margo Gallery, El Paso, TX
“Interplay: Celebrating Pablo Neruda and His Poetry”, Slover McCutcheon Gallery, Houston, TX “Inprint”, Barbara Davis Gallery, Pennzoil Place, Houston, TX

1995 “Inner Journey”, Barbara Davis Gallery, Houston, TX, Curator: Dan Allison “Art in Embassies Program”, American Embassy, Tirana, Albania

“Texas Art for Russia”, American Consulate, Yekaterinburg, Russia and American Embassy, Moscow Curator: Frank Williams

“Opening the Border: Landscapes of Texas and Mexico”, Park Royale, Houston, TX 1994 “Private Identity and Public Conscience”, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston TX

Curator: Alison de Lima Greene
“Permanent Collection/Contemporary Loans”, Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, TX

“Romancing the Land”, Galveston Arts Center, Galveston, TX

“Landscape Without Figures”, Hooks-Epstein Gallery, Houston, TX, Curator: David Brauer
1993 “Texas Biennial Exhibition”, Texas State Fair Grounds, Dallas, TX, jurors: Chris Cowden, Benito

Huerta, Al Harris, and Marti Mayo (catalogue)
“Texas Contemporary: Acquisitions of the 90's”, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX “Seeing the Forest Through the Trees”, Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, TX “Lawndale Live”, Lawndale Art and Performance Center, Houston, TX
“Scenic Allegories”, Lawndale Art and Performance Center, Houston, TX “Exploring Scale in Contemporary Art”, Laguna Gloria Art Museum, Austin, TX “Dreams and Imaginations”, Transco Art Gallery, Houston, TX

1992 “Houston Area Exhibition”, Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston, Houston, TX “Summer Show”, Adair Margo Gallery, El Paso, TX
Faculty Invitational, College of the Mainland, Texas City, TX

1991 Faculty Show, Alfred C. Glassell School of Art, Houston, TX Invitational Still Life Exhibition, Galveston Art Center, Galveston, TX

1989 “The Garden”, Harris Gallery, Houston, TX
“Texas Art Celebration '89”, Assistance League of Houston, Houston, TX “Large Scale/Small Scale”, Rice University, Houston, TX

1987 Galveston Art League, Galveston, TX
1986 “Texas Art Celebration '86”, Assistance League of Houston, Houston, TX

Lamar University, Beaumont, TX

“Amnesty International Show”, Diverse Works, Houston, TX 1985 “1985 Show-Self-Images”, Midtown Art Center, Houston, TX

“Houston Drawing”, Alfred C. Glassell, Jr., School of Art, Houston, TX

“Then . . . and Now”, Lawndale Annex, University of Houston, Houston, TX 1984 “Houston Figurative Art”, College of the Mainland, Texas City, TX

Hadler/Rodriquez Gallery, Houston, TX
“Core B”, Alfred C. Glassell, Jr., School of Art, Houston, TX
Untitled Two-person Show, High School for the Performing and Visual Arts, Houston, TX

1983 “All on Paper '83”, AAO Gallery, Buffalo, NY
“Dedication '83: Philadelphia/Houston”, Philadelphia Art Alliance, Philadelphia, PA,

Firehouse Gallery, Houston, TX
“In Black and White”, Hadler/Rodriguez Gallery, Houston, TX

1982

1981

1975

“Eleven in a Row”, Lawndale Annex, University of Houston, Houston, TX “Eleven Artists”, Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston, Houston, TX “Synergy '83”, Alfred C. Glassell, Jr., School of Art, Houston, TX;

sponsored by the Arts Symposium of Houston
“Exchanges”, Maryland Institute, College of Art, Baltimore, MD; in cooperation with the University of Houston and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago
“The 1982 Student Exhibition”, Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston,

Houston, TX
“Synergy '82”, Alfred C. Glassell, Jr. School of Art, Houston, TX
“Untitled”, Lawndale Annex, University of Houston, Houston, TX
“The 1981 Student Exhibition”, Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston, Houston, TX “Faculty Exhibition”, Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston, Houston, TX “Presentation of University of Houston Student Work”, Lawndale Annex, University of

Houston, Houston, TX
Exhibition of Contemporary Work by Women Artists in celebration of

International Women's Year, Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, TX

Artist-in-Residency

2010 Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, New York
1983-84 Core Fellow, Alfred C. Glassell, Jr. School of Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX

Selected Lectures and Community Activities

2012 The Intersection of Camouflage and Art, High Line and Friends of the High Line 2006 Artist's Eye Lecture on Max Ernst, Menil Collection
2002-05 Board of Directors, DiverseWorks, Houston, TX
1994-95 Board of Directors, Friends of Art, University of Houston, Houston, TX

1992-95 Board of Directors, DiverseWorks, Houston, TX
Numerous lectures at institutions such as Contemporary Arts Museum/Houston, Museum of South Texas, Austin Museum of Art, and El Paso Museum of Art.

Awards

2013 CREATING A LIVING LEGACY grant, Joan Mitchell Foundation, NY, NY and DIVERSEWORKS, Houston, TX
2010 GSA Art in Architecture Commission, Columbus, NM
1999 “Artist Fellowship Award”, Cultural Arts Council of Houston, Houston, TX

1995 “Wayfinding Project”, Cultural Arts Council of Houston and Houston Downtown Management Corporation, Houston, TX

1994 Cultural Arts Council of Houston, Creative Artist's Program: Artist’s Project, Houston, TX

“Garden-Park Project”, Interfaith Ministries, Funded through a grant from the Cultural Arts Council of

Houston, Houston, TX
1993 Cultural Arts Council of Houston, Creative Artist's Program: Artist’s Award Grant,

Houston, TX
1989 Super Canvas II, "Eskimo Painting II," reproduced as a roadside billboard

and exhibited at various locations along Houston's roadways for six months. 1983 Juror's Award, "All on Paper '83", AAO Gallery, Buffalo, NY
1983 First Prize "Synergy '83," Alfred C. Glassell, Jr. School of Art, Houston, TX.

Sponsored by the Arts Symposium of Houston

Public and Corporate Collections

High Line, New York, New York
Rice University, Houston, TX
The Austin Museum of Art, Austin, TX The University of Houston, Houston, TX

The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX
The El Paso Museum, El Paso, TX
The Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, TX Dimensional Funds, London, England
Dimensional Funds, Austin, TX
Dimensional Funds, Santa Monica, CA
Terra Pro Marketing Services, Inc., Houston, TX Cooper Industries, Houston, TX
Crowley, Marks & Douglas, Houston, TX
Northern Trust Bank, Dallas, TX
United States District Court,

Private Chambers of the Honorable Vanessa Gilmore, Houston, TX Dynegy, Houston, TX
Hillwood Properties, Ft. Worth, TX

Selected Catalogues

Perspectives @ 25: A Quarter Century of New Art in Houston, Contemporary Arts

Museum, Houston, 2004, catalogue to exhibition, p. 106.
Greene, Alison de Lima, Texas: 150 Selections from the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston,

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas, 2000.
Howard, Richard, Charles Mary Kubricht: Where Time Dwells, Contemporary Arts Museum,

Houston, Texas, 2000.
Olson, Valerie Loupe, In Situ Responses from Charles Mary Kubricht and Ann Stautberg,

The Glassell School of Art, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Houston, Texas, 1998.
Brauer, David, Charles Mary Kubricht: Landscapes of Time, Charles Mary Kubricht: Soundless

Journey, Lynn Goode Gallery, Houston, Texas, 1995.
Binder, Eugene and Moody, Tom, Charles Mary Kubricht: Recent Painting, Eugene Binder Gallery,

Dallas, Texas, 1994.
Ranta, Rachel, Scenic Allegories: Donald Calledare, Charles Mary Kubricht, Jeri Moore, Lawndale

Art and Performance Center, Houston, Texas, 1993.

Bibliography

The State of the Art: Contemporary Artists in Texas, June Mattingly, 2012.
CHARLES MARY KUBRICHT’S ALIVE-NESSES: A PROPOSAL FOR ADAPTATION, Interview by Tabitha Piseno Jan 4, 2012, http://bombsite.com/articles/6340
Talk At Ten Interview: Charles Mary Kubricht, Tom Michael September 27, 2011, http://marfapublicradio.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/TLK-110927-Charles-Mary-Kubricht- EDIT30.wav
Charles Mary Kubricht Dazzles High Line With 'Alive-nesses', by Jim Allen August 23, 2011, http://societeperrier.com/new-york/articles/charles-mary-kubricht-dazzles-high-line-with-alive-nesses/ Charles Mary Kubricht’s Dazzle on the High Line, August 31, 2011, http://ballroommarfa.org/archive/charles-mary-kubrichts-dazzle-on-the-high-line/
Rice University launches public art initiative with three new works, by Franz Brotzen November 5, 2010, http://publicart.rice.edu/PubArt_Inside.aspx?id=38
Charles Mary Kubricht’s New Permanent Site-Specific Installation “Environmental Exigencies” in the Brochstein Pavilion at Rice University, by June Mattingly, 2010, http://www.modernhouston.net/charlesmarykubricht.html
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