Todd Bartel

TODD BARTEL

BORN
1962
Manitowoc, Wisconsin

EDUCATION
1993 MFA,Painting, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
1985 BFA,Painting, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI

SELECTED TEACHING EXPERIENCE
2002-2012 Drawing, painting, collage, box construction, art theory/history; The Cambridge School of Weston, Weston, MA
2003-2006 Artist-teacher, MFA Low Residency Program; San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA
2001-2001 Visiting lecturer and adjunct professor: advanced drawing and foundation; Brown University, Providence, RI
2001-2002 Founder and director of art program: drawing, painting and mixed media, AP courses for high school students, graduate and post-graduate critique groups, visual perception and critical theory courses; Unfoldingobject, Port Chester, NY,
2001-2002 Adjunct professor: drawing, two-dimensional design and sculpture; Manhattanville College, Manhattanville, NY

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2003 Unfoldingobject – Implications of Glue: Todd Bartel Collage Based Work 1983-2003, Brownson Gallery, Manhattanville College, Purchase, NY
2002 Mythology of Stasis: New and Recent Work by Todd Bartel, Miranda Fine Arts, Port Chester, NY
2001 Todd Henry Bartel: Gardens, Landviews, Salvages, Gallery 221, List Art Center, Brown University, Providence, RI
1991 Todd Bartel: Master of Fine Arts, Thesis Exhibition, Hewlett Gallery, College of Fine Arts, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
1990 Reynolds Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
1989 Todd Bartel Selected Work, Juliani Gallery, Massachusetts Bay Community College, Wellesley, MA
1985 Thesis Exhibition, solo installation, Rhode Island School of Design, European Honors Program, Cantina, Palazzo Cenci, Rome, Italy

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2012 Hey Joe, BigTown Gallery, Rochester, VT; curated by W. David Powell
2010 Chemical Reactions, Central Booking, Brooklyn, NY; curated by Maddy Rosenberg
2008 8 Artists 8 Books, 5 + 5 Gallery, Brooklyn, NY; curated by Robin Ross
2007 Breaking New Ground: The Power and Variety of Landscapes, Brother Kenneth Chapman Gallery, Iona College; curated by Ellyn Murphy
2006 Unless, Miller Block Gallery, Boston, MA
2004 Exposing Scarlet: A Visual Response to The Scarlet Letter, invitational, Mills Gallery, Boston Center for the Arts, Boston, MA; curated by Lucinda Bliss and Cynthia Atwood
2003 Objects By Joseph Cornell and 13 Other Emerging Artists, ZieherSmith, New York, NY
2003 Tag-Recent Work by Todd Bartel and Michael Oatman, Lenore Gray Gallery, Providence, RI
2002 Cabinets of Wonder/Redux, Palo Alto Art Center, Palo Alto, CA; curated by Signe Mayfield
2000 Virginia Lynch: A Curatorial Retrospective, The Rhode Island Foundation, Providence, RI
2000 Fellowship Artist Exhibition: 3, Connecticut Commission on the Arts, Hartford, CT
2000 Tontine, Herman Goode Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2000 Saints Martyrs: Holy Fools and Perfect Rejects, Visions Gallery, Troy, NY
1999 Memory Boxes, Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery, Annville, PA
1995 Water, Earth, Clay, two person exhibition, Gallery In The Square, Pittsburgh, PA
1994 Exquisite Drawing: Lines of Correspondence, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland
1991 Art Beyond, Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Pittsburgh, PA
1986 Emerging Artists, Lenore Gray Gallery, Providence, RI

SELECTED JURIED EXHIBITIONS
2000 New Directions 2K, Barrett Art Center, Poughkeepsie, NY; juror, Lisa Messinger, Curator, Department of Modern Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art
1999 Art of the Northeast: 50th Annual Exhibition, Silvermine Guild Arts Center, New Canaan, CT; juror, Alan Stone
1999 1999 Members Juried Exhibition, Katonah Museum, Katonah Village Library Gallery, Katonah, NY, jurors Harry Philbrick, Director, and Richard Klein, Assistant Director, The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, CT
1995 All Of A Piece/All In Pieces, Katonah Museum, Katonah, NY; juror, Robert Storr, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, MoMA, New York
1989 Common Roots, Diverse Objectives: RISD Alumni in Boston, Brockton Art Museum, Brockton, MA; juror, Peter Baldaia, Curator

SELECTED CURATORIAL & PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
2012 Strange Glue: Collage at 100, three-part, year-long exhibition
2002-2008 Curator, and director of Visiting Artist Program and Artist in Residency Program, The Cambridge School of Weston, Weston, MA
2007 Curator for Sublime Climate, Thompson Gallery, Weston, MA
2007 Founder and gallery director of school's first gallery, Thompson Gallery, Cambridge School of Weston, Weston, MA
2002-2006 Director of Artist in Residency Program, director of Visiting Artist Program and Special Exhibitions, designed three gallery system for new, green, science and art building, Cambridge School of Weston, Weston, MA
2003 Curator of Unfoldingobject: critical selections 1, Miranda Fine Arts, Port Chester, NY
2002 Invited Curator for Spring Show, Essex Art Association, Essex, CT
2002 Curator for Unfoldingobject: Pre-College Review 1, Miranda Fine Arts, Port Chester, NY
2001-2002 Co-founder of art organization/network of artists, curators, galleries and educators, Loftarts, Port Chester, NY
1998-2002 Art consultant, collections' manager, curator, exhibition coordinator, director of acquisitions for TBF Collectables LDC, Larchmont, NY, and Integrated Capital Associates, New York, NY
2001 Manhattanville College Library, Manhattanville College, Purchase, NY,
2001 Co-curator of The Art of Illuminated Manuscript: Medieval to Modern, with Patricia Miranda, Artworks Gallery, Hartford, CT, “Looking Back Looking Forward: Art Confronting Issues of Identification and Identity,” invited curator with accompanying essay
1992 Juror, Gloria Fitzgibbons Award, Greater Pittsburgh Commission for Women, Pittsburgh, PA
1990 State level juror, Boston Globe Scholastic Art Awards, Boston, MA
1989 Regional level juror and awards ceremony speaker, Boston Globe Scholastic Art Awards, Lowell, MA
1985 Restoration, reconstruction, documentation and scale drawing of 8th century frescoes, Abbey of San Vincenzo Al Volturno, Italy; Jonathan Mitchell, curator

SELECTED AWARDS AND HONORS
2000 Connecticut Council on the Arts Fellowship Grant, Hartford, CT
1990 Jacob K. Javits Fellow, U.S. Department of Education, Washington, D.C.
1990 Liquitex Art Materials Award, Easton, PA
1984 European Honors Program, Rhode Island School of Design, Rome, Italy

SELECTED LECTURES, RESIDENCIES AND CRITICISM
1999-2012 Artist-teacher, visiting critic, MFA in Visual Arts Program, Norwich University,
Northfield, VT
2011 “The Histories of Landscape and Collage Are the Same Story”, Alfred University, Alfred, NY,
2010 Symposium presenter,“When Einstein Meets Picasso,” Brandeis University, Women's Studies Research Center, Waltham, MA
1999-2008 Guest critic, MFA in Visual Arts Program, Norwich University, Northfield, VT
1999-2008 Guest critic, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI
1995-2002 Adjunct professor, Masters of Education Degree Program, University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT
2001 “Todd Henry Bartel: Gardens, Landviews, Salvages,” artist's lecture, Brown University, Providence, RI
1995 Lecturer, “Twentieth Century Art Zeitgeist: Diversity Invites Unity,” Western Connecticut State University, Danbury, CT
1993 Lecturer, “Sources of Imagery V,” Silvermine Guild Arts Center, New Canaan, CT
1991 Artist lecture, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
1990 Artist lecture, Reynolds Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
1990 Lecturer, “Fallen Frescoes at San Vincenzo al Volturno, Italy,” Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
1990 Artist lecture, Chatham College, Pittsburgh, PA,
1990 Lecturer,“Site Specific Field Drawing at the Cambridge School of Weston,” Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
1984-1989 Visiting critic, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
1984-1989 Visiting critic, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI
1987 Artist lecture and visiting critic, Phillips Academy, Andover, MA
1986 Artist lecture, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
1986 Teaching assistant, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
2008 Pictured in Denise Taylor, “New Gallery Tackles A Hot Topic,” The Boston Globe, Boston, MA, February 28
2007 Artist's essay and cover art for Hunger Mountain: Vermont College Journal of Arts & Letters, Montpelier, VT, September No. 11
2004 Pictured in Alison Hawthorne Deming and Rev. Bill Bliss, Exposing Scarlet: A Visual Response to the Scarlet Letter, exhibition catalog, September
2004 Artist's essay and color reproductions for Hunger Mountain, Vermont College Journal of Arts & Letters, Montpelier, VT, September No. 5
2003 “Unfolding Todd Bartel's Art (At Manhattanville College),” Greenwich Time, Greenwich, CT, January
2002 Pictured in Roberta Hersshenson, “A 'Landview' Focus,” The New York Times, May 12
2001 Pictured in Trent Stephens & Rock Brynner, “Dark Remedy,” The Sciences, New York Academy of Sciences, Spring
2001 Pictured in Bill Van Siclen, “Virginia Lynch: A Curatorial Retrospective, Part II,” ARTnews, New York, NY, February
2000 Pictured in Channing Gray, “Locals Try Harder At Lynch Retrospective,” The Providence Journal, Providence, RI, December 7
2000 Ed McCormack, “Tontine in Dumbo,” Gallery & Studio; New York Notebooks, New York, NY, September/October
2000 Roger Dell, “Tontine,” Hermen Goode Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, exhibition catalog, May
2000 Pictured in Agnes Diggs, “Artist Earns Grant To Continue His Series Of Drawings,” The Advocate, Stamford, CT, February 27
1995 Pictured in “Discarded Drawings Basis for Exhibit at the Mead School,” Greenwich Time, Greenwich, CT, November 13
1995 Pictured in Graham Shearing, “Water Earth Clay Seeks Spirituality,” Pittsburgh Post Gazette, Pittsburgh, PA, October 12
1995 Janet McCall, “Symbolism At The Heart Of Artist-Couple's Works,” Pittsburgh Tribune – Review, Pittsburgh, PA, September 24
1991 Excerpts from artists essay for “A Musical Palette, Alfred DeCredico in Vienna,” Munich Found: An English Monthly Magazing, Munich, Germany, November
1991 Harry Schwalb, “Luxe,” Pittsburgh Magazine, Pittsburgh, PA, June
1986 Pictured in “The 'Emerging' Work of Five Young Artists,” The Providence Journal Bulletin, Providence, RI, July 11

SELECTED COLLECTIONS
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
Hampton Partners, New York
Integrated Capital Associates, New York
New Haven Paint and Clay Club, New Haven, CT
Pfizer, Rye Brook, NY
TBF Collectables LDC, Larchmont, NY
Wellington Management Company LLP, Boston, MA





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