1977 Born, Denver, CO
Lives and works in New York, NY
MFA, Film/ Video, Bard College, New York, NY
Cultural Studies, McGill University, Montreal, CA
With You... Me, JTT, New York, NY
With You... Us, SCAD Museum of Art, Savannah, GA
Why Don’t I . . . Pretend To Be Your Dad, JTT, New York, NY
More Recent Video, Aspect/Ratio Projects, Chicago, IL
Recent Video, Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA
I feel something unspoken between us, Callicoon Fine Arts, New York, NY
November 1, 1993 (The Morning After), Bulletin Board at Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
My Apocalyptic Moment, Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, Portland, OR
Goldye, Callicoon Fine Arts, New York, NY
With Me... You, Participant Inc, New York, NY
With Me... You, Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, TX (cat.)
With Me... You (single channel), Yama atop the Marmara Pera Hotel, Istanbul, TR
Call me and we can buy love together, Callicoon Fine Arts, Callicoon, NY
Quarry, The Kitchen, New York, NY
June 25, 2005, Momenta Art, New York, NY
Release System, Galeria Andre Viana, Porto, PT
SELECT GROUP EXHIBITIONS
So long ago it feels like a memory of someone else, Hessel Museum of Art, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY. Curated by Andrew Hibbard
Uncommon Commonalities, Aspect/Ratio, Chicago, IL
Readykelous: This is What Liberation Feels Like, Contemporary Art Museum, St. Louis, MO and Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA
Every Act, a Repetition, Laurel Gitlen Gallery, New York, NY
B-Out, Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York, NY. Curated by Scott Hug
Chase of Grace, Maria Stenfors, London, UK. Curated by Martin Gustavsson
Campaign, C24 Gallery, New York, NY. Curated by Amy Smith-Stewart (cat.)
Coming After, The Power Plant, Toronto, CA. Curated by Jon Davies (cat.)
Doing Easy, Los Caminos, Saint Louis, MO
B-B-B-Bad, Anna Kustera, New York, NY. Curated by Doug McClemont and Billy Miller
Unfold, apart and together, Golden Gallery, Chicago, IL
Readykeulous | The Hurtful Healer: The Correspondence Issue, Invisible-Exports, New York, NY
Taking Pleasure for a Ride, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY. Curated by Dylan Peet
So Many Letdowns Before We Get Up, Platform: Centre for Photographic and Digital Arts, Winnipeg, CA (cat.)
A Word Like Tomorrow Wears Things Out, Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York, NY
50 Artists Photograph the Future, Higher Pictures, New York, NY. Curated by Dean Daderko
Evas Arche un der Feminist, Gavin Brown Enterprises, New York, NY. Curated by Pati Hertling
NADA Art Fair, Callicoon Fine Arts, New York, NY
Independence, Microscope Gallery, New York, NY
Artist of the Month Club, Invisible Exports, New York, NY. Selected by Lia Gangitano
Buddy List, Space 414, New York, NY
A Personal Shout, White Columns, New York, NY
All Suffering Soon to End!, Callicoon Fine Arts, New York, NY
Psychic Inheritance, Thomas Erben Gallery, New York, NY
NADA Art Fair, Participant Inc., Miami, FL
Can I Get a Witness, Longwood Art Gallery, New York, NY. Curated by Dean Daderko
Log Cabin, Artists Space, New York, NY. curated by Jeffrey Uslip
ARTissima 11, Galeria Andre Viana, Torino, IT
Arte Lisboa 2004, Galeria Andre Viana, Lisbon, PT
Queeries, Shedhalle, Zürich, CH
Game Over, Grimm Rosenfeld Gallery, Munich, DE
Chironex Fleckeri (Mulholland Drive), NGBK Berlin, Germany. Curated by Frank Wagner (cat.)
School is Out, Southfirst Gallery, New York, NY
Whitney Biennial 2002 Exhibition, The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY
Ascension, Sara Meltzer Gallery (project room), New York, NY
Alternative Endings: A Day With(out) Art, The New Museum, New York, NY among many locations around the world. Curated by Tom Kalin, commissioned by Visual AIDS
Dirty Looks: Long Distance Love Affairs, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA and Yale Film Study Center, New Haven, CT
Portraiture in Queer Experimental Cinema, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, NY. Curated by Ed Halter
Dirty Looks: Under the Stars, SilverShed, New York, NY
The Sense Ritual, MIX Film Festival, New York, NY
Stranger on the Road, Center for Performance Research, New York, NY
A Personal Shout, Torino GLBT Film Festival, IT
Ocularis at 10, MoMA, New York, NY
Hybrids, Millennium Film Workshop, New York, NY
Interference, CinemaTexas, Austin, TX (solo screening)
IDKE 8 Art & Film, Lyndon Event Center, Austin, TX
Hot on the Heels of Love, Ocularis at Galapagos, New York, NY
13th Chicago Underground Film Festival, Music Box, Chicago, IL
Millennium Film Workshop, New York, NY (solo screening)
Olympia Film Festival, Olympia, WA
Union Theatre, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
23 Reasons to Spare New York, Monkeytown, New York, NY
6th New York Film Critics Circle Series, American Museum of the Moving Image, New York, NY
Images Festival, Toronto, CA
Il Cinema Ritrovato, Bologna, IT
RBMC Hex, 11th New York Underground Film Festival, Anthology Film Archives, New York, NY
Les Jeudis Cinemas Different du Collectif, Cinéma La Clef, Paris, FR
Pressure System, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, NY, Chicago Filmmakers, Woodland Pattern Gallery, Milwaukee, WI (solo screening)
Glen Fogel and the (New) New York Avant Garde, Starlight Cinema, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI (solo screening)
Dyskinesea, Misdiagnosis, Gallery Oni, Boston, MA
Control Sequences, with Antony & the Johnsons, Tonic Performance Space, New York, NY
International Independent Film and Video Series, CESTA, Tabor, CZ
Ins8tiable, Antimatter Festival of Underground Film, Victoria, BC, CA
A Song For You, Anthology Film Archives, New York, NY
Wavelengths, Toronto International Film Festival, Toronto, CA
Spectrum of the Senses & Multiplying Mirrors, The London Film Festival, London, UK
16th Annual MIX: New York Gay and Lesbian Experimental Film/Video Festival, New York, NY
My Life as Robert Beck…The Best of Yet to Come, Anthology Film Archives, New York, NY
Fruit Farm Film Festival, McMinnville, OR
Hans Forever, Gallery Oni, Boston, MA
Obscure Love & Death, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, CA
Pressure System, The Robert Beck Memorial Cinema, New York, NY (solo screening)
Big As Life: An American History of 8mm Film, MoMA, New York, NY
Suspended Moments, Film Direkt, Filmpodium im Studio 4, Zurich, CH (traveled)
Project!, FilmSamstag im Babylon Mitte, Berlin, DE (traveled)
Fever Festival, Blinding Light Cinema, Vancouver, CA
8th New York Underground Film Festival, CBGB’s Gallery, New York, NY
DIY: Love and Loss, San Francisco Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, The Roxy, San Francisco, CA
Collaboration with Airport Architecture, Tonic Performance Space, New York, NY
Obscure Love & Death, The Lux Centre, London, ENG
Sade Stories, Ocularis at Galapagos Art and Performance Space, New York, NY
Image Innovators: New Super 8 New York, Walter Reade Theatre, The Lincoln Center, New York, NY
Night of Extreme Subtlety, 7th New York Underground Film Festival, New York, NY
Communication Breakdown, D.U.M.B.O. Art Under the Bridge Festival, Gale Gates, Brooklyn, NY
Compact Films, Mass Art Film Society, Boston, MA
International Super 8, Exit Art: The First World, New York, NY
Massacre:Variations on a Theme by Alexandra Bachzetsis, collaboration with Alexandra Bachzetsis, MoMA Atrium, New York & documenta14, Kassel, DE
X, collaboration with RoseAnne Spradlin Dance, Joyce Theater, New York, NY
g-h-o-s-t-c-r-o-w-n (working title), collaboration with RoseAnne Spradlin Dance, New York Live Arts, New York, NY
Live Arts (NYLA)
2-UP #5, collaborative poster with Craig Kalpakjian, launch at Greene Naftali Gallery, New York, NY
Survive Cycle, collaboration with RoseAnne Spradlin, Dance Theatre Workshop, New York, NY & ImPulsTanz International Dance Festival, Vienna, AT
Hope There’s Someone, music video for Antony and the Johnsons
Wilson, Michael. Glen Fogel, Artforum. November.
Turgeon, Alex. Glen Fogel, Flash Art. October 29.
Pruitt, Ida. Glen Fogel: With You... Me, Brooklyn Rail. October 3.
Seibert, Brian. Review: Sit Still and Watch the Dance Revolve, New York Times. September 28.
Wolin, Joseph R. Glen Fogel, "With You... Me", Time Out New York. September 27.
Heinrich, Will. What to See in New York Art Galleries This Week, New York Times. September 26.
Colucci, Emily. In Every Dream Home A heartache: Memory in Glen Fogel's "With You... Me", filthy dreams. September 25.
Tilley, John Martin. It's Personal, Office Magazine. September 19.
Cascone, Sarah & Goldstein, Caroline. From Joan Mitchell's Early Works to Daniel Arsham's Dystopian Future: 45 Can't-Miss Gallery Shows in New York This September, artnet. August 30.
Carrigan, Margaret. Glen Fogel at the SCAD Museum of Art. Modern Painters. May Issue.
Glen Fogel, New American Paintings. February / March 2017.
Piejko, Jennifer. Review: Glen Fogel, Flash Art, January 21.
Colucci, Emily. Where Do We Go Now But Nowhere: Glen Fogel’s Bittersweet Textural ‘Why Don’t I…Pretend To Be Your Dad’, Filthy Dreams, January 10.
Juhasz, Alexandra. A Political Sense of Being at Home with HIV and Video. Drain Magazine. 2016.
Greenberger, Alex. Detours: Glen Fogel on Martin Gustavsson and Stanley Love’s Shows at Participant Inc., ArtNews, December 21.
Fateman, Johanna. Critic’s Pick, Artforum, December 11.
Steadman, Ryan. ‘He Said/He Said’: an Incredible Art Show Response to an Ex, The Observer, December 8.
Glen Fogel, Reviews, The New Yorker, November 24.
Westmoreland, Joe. "AIDS meds may not cure the disease yet, but time does heal emotional wounds.", Visual AIDS. July 17.
Goodman, Wendy. How to Live Like Architect Charles Renfro, Vulture. December 19.
Kimball, Whitney. A New Generation of Art for a New Generation of HIV, Art F City. December 18.
Group Show at Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, Contemporary Art Daily. April 11.
Glen Fogel: Recent Video, text by Corrine Fitzpatrick. Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum (cat.)
Woodard, Josef. A Way with Word Picturing, Santa Barbara News-Press Scene Magazine. May 10.
Motley, John. Glen Fogel: My Apocalyptic Moment, The Oregonian. June 9.
Lechner, Jenna. Glen Fogel’s Apocalyptic Moment, Daily Serving. June 5.
Chen, Amanda. History Brought Forward: How the early days of AIDS shaped today’s emerging queer artists, Xtra. February 1.
Moser, Gabrielle. Critic’s Pick: Coming After at The Power Plant, Toronto, Artforum. January 20.
Coming After Exhibition at The Power Plant, Huffington Post. January 17.
Coming After: Queer Time, Arriving Too Late and the Spectre of the Past. Text by Jon Davies. The Power Plant, Toronto, CA. (exh. cat.)
Glen Fogel: My Apocalyptic Moment. Text and interview by Kristan Kennedy. Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, Portland, OR. (exh. cat.)
Whyte, Murray. Life after the plague, The Toronto Star. January 4.
Haven’t We Been Here Before? Thirtieth Anniversary Exhibitions, text by J.J. Kegan McFadden. Platform, Winnipeg (cat.)
Wolin, Joseph R. Glen Fogel, Goldye, Time Out New York. October 6.
Fitzpatrick, Corrine. Critic’s Pick: Glen Fogel at Callicoon Fine Arts, Artforum. September 22.
Nordeen, Bradford. Dirty Looks Curator on the Hollywood Stars of Avant-Garde Cinema, L Magazine. July 11.
Howe, David Everitt. Glen Fogel, With Me... You, ArtReview. April.
Wise, Lloyd. Glen Fogel, Participant Inc., ArtForum. April.
Chayka, Kyle. Paying Attention at Moving Image 2011, Hyperallergic. March 5.
Cotter, Holland. Glen Fogel, With Me... You, The New York Times. February 25.
Goings on About Town: Glen Fogel, The New Yorker. February 22.
Tan, Lumi. Glen Fogel’s With Me... You, Kaleidoscope. February 21.
McClemont, Doug. Top 10 New York Shows, Saatchi Magazine. January 31.
Perspectives 176: Glen Fogel, With Me... You, text by Lia Gangitano. Contemporary Arts Museum Houston (exh. cat.)
Critics Pick: Best in Sculpture. Time Out New York. April.
Lyons, Matthew. NADA Emerging Artist Page. L Magazine. April 13.
Howe, David Everitt. Mika Tajima: The Double / Glen Fogel: Quarry, ArtReview. June.
Kley, Elisabeth. Gotham Art and Theater, Artnet. April 21.
Risemberg, Rafael. Glen Fogel, The New York Blade. March 28.
Hou, Christine. A Look at Glen Fogel, Art Slant. March 27.
Coburn, Tyler. Future Greats: Glen Fogel, ArtReview. March.
McAdams, Shane. June 25, 2005, The Brooklyn Rail, June.
Halter, Ed. Screen Dream: The Audio-Visual Journeys of Glen Fogel, Millennium Film Journal. January
Contribution by Antony and the Johnsons, A Magazine, Issue #3.
Cotter, Holland. Log Cabin, The New York Times. January 28.
Hollywood, Versão Fogel, Jornal Públco. September.
Mookas, Ioannis. Been Underground So Long, It Looks Up to Me, Senses of Cinema. Issue 31.
Pomar, Alexandre. Imagens Plurais, Jornal Expresso. September 25.
Osório, Helena. Corpos em Movimento, Visão Sete. September 9.
Alvarez, Darrell. Reports, Filmmaker Magazine. Winter.
Wolf, Matt. Drop Dead: Fall Video Screenings, Flash Art. November/December.
Glen Fogel and Antony Interview. North Drive Press. Issue #1.
Chironex fleckeri oder Momente in der Schebe (Mulholland Drive), text by Frank Wagner. NGBK
Realismusstudio, Berlin (cat.)
Biennial Exhibition. Texts by Lawrence Rinder and Chrissie Iles. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.
Work in Progress – 2002 Whitney Biennial, V Magazine. March/April.
Cotter, Holland. Spiritual America, From Ecstatic to Transcendent, The New York Times. March 8.
Halter, Ed. The Year in Avant-Garde Film and Video, The Village Voice. January 8.
Suspended Moments, text by Hannes Schüepbach. Film Direkt, Switzerland (cat.)
Halter, Ed. Festivals: Super 8 Super-sized and Back on Track in New York Communities, IndieWire. May 3.
GRANTS AND AWARDS
Princess Grace Award
The Rema Hort Mann Foundation
MAP Production Fund, Creative Capital