Shane Campbell (artist)

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Shane Campbell was born in 1978 in San Diego. He has been living and working in Brooklyn, New York since graduating from the Yale MFA program in 2007.

His first solo exhibition took place at Artissima in Turin, Italy and is recently represented by the Bortolami Gallery, New York in 2009.[1]

Parades are of ongoing interest for Campbell, who depicts this familiar setting with its customary details and characters including clowns, policemen, balloons and crowds. This concern began while he was a student, where he made paintings of half-time parades at university sporting events. Over the past few years, his parades have expanded into more general, less specific landscapes that could be of any American town or city. The works depict various aspects of a single parade, from isolated details to full views.[2]

Education[edit]

2005 California State University Long Beach, California

2007 Yale School of Art, MFA

Prizes and Awards[edit]

2009 Acacia Grant

2007 Ralph Mayer Prize, Yale School of Art

2005 Joy of Life Award, CSULB

2004 Fine Arts Affiliate Award, CSULB

Residencies[edit]

2009 Via Farini, Milan, Italy

Exhibitions[edit]

2010

  • The End of the Affair, The Fireplace Project, East Hampton, NY

2009

  • Bortolami Gallery (Solo), New York (Summer 2009)

2008

  • Solo Presentation at Artissima, Turin, Italy

2007

  • The Recognitions curated by David Salle, The Fireplace Project, East Hampton, NY
  • Yale Thesis Show, Yale School of Art Gallery, New Haven, CT

2005

  • Wide World of Sports, Gatov East Gallery, CSULB, Long Beach CA
  • Snow Show, Mallards Bay, Big Bear, CA

2004

  • Who Killed Painting, Gallery 5, CSULB, Long Beach, CA

2002

  • Response to Siqueiros, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, CA

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Bortolami Gallery.
  2. ^ "Campbell at Bortolami Gallery". Contemporary Art Daily.