Saul Chernick

1999-2001 Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University, 
New Brunswick, New Jersey, M.F.A.
2000 Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, Maine.

1993-1997 Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, Rhode Island, B.F.A. Printmaking.

Solo Exhibitions:

2016 FRAMEWERK, Lehman College Art Gallery, (Community-based interactive art project, featured within in the DreamYard 2016 Bronx Arts Festival) Bronx, NY

2013 A Skyward Gesture, La Montagne Gallery, 
Boston Massachusetts 
2010 Borrowed From the Charnel House, Max Protetch Gallery, New York, New York.

2010 Devotionals, (Solo Exhibition in Project Space) Franklin Art Works, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

2007 Protosapia, (Solo Exhibition in Project Space),                                     Max Protetch Gallery, New York, New York.

Selected Exhibitions:
2016 Strange Genitals, Curated by Paddy Johnson and Michael Anthony Farley,
AICAD Seminar Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2016 Two Man Show: Jared Buckheister & Saul Chernick,
Soloway Gallery, Brookly, NY

2016  Takashi Murakami's Superflat Collection, 
Yokohama Art Museum, Yokohama Japan
2015  Governing Body, Temporary Agency, Queens, NY
2014 GSS 2013 Printmaking Residency Exhibition, 
Gowanus Studio Space, Brooklyn, New York.

2014 New Prints 2014/Winter, International Print Center,
New York, New York.

2014 Creative Paths, Wedman Gallery, The Yamawaki Art & Cultural Center, Lasell College, Newton Massachusetts
2013 Revisioning History, Senior & Shopmaker Gallery, 
New York, New York

2013 Uncontrollable Urge: A Yeti Magazine Retrospective, Curated by Mike McGonical, Portland Museum of Modern Art, Portland, Oregon.

2012 Falling Through Space Drawn by the Line Curated by Sandra Firmin and Joan Linder, University at Buffalo Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York.

2012 Cryptograph: An Exhibition for Alan Turing,
Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas.

2012 New Prints 2012/Winter, International Print Center, 
New York, New York.

2011 Editions ‘11, Lower East Side Printshop, New York, New York.

2011 The Art of Matrimony, curated by Sharon Liberman Mintz, The Jewish Museum, New York, New York.

2011 Rendered: A Stark Unreal, curated by Barry Rosenberg, Contemporary Art Galleries, University of Connecticut, Storrs, Connecticut.

2011 Graphic Interchange Format, Mulberry Gallery, Denison University, Granville, Ohio.

2011 Rules of Engagement, curated by David Coggins,
Allan Nederpelt Gallery, Brooklyn, New York.

2009 Scarlet Fever, The Hogar Collection, Brooklyn, New York.

2009 Working Proof State 1, Muskat Studios, Somerville, Massachusetts.

2008 Tabula Rasa, Parkland Art Gallery, Parkland University, Champaign, Illinois.

2008 Loaded, Phatory LLC, New York, New York.

2008 Supernature, Howard House Gallery, Seattle, Washington.

2007 Unfathom, Max Protetch Gallery, New York, New York.

2006 Fragmentation of the Self, Rush Arts Gallery, New York,  New York. 

2006 New York Style, curated by David Hunt, Angell Gallery, Toronto, Canada.

2005 Contemporary Drawing, Brookdale College Art Center, Brookdale, New Jersey.

2004 Hung Drawn and Quartered, Team Gallery, New York, New York. 
2004 RISD Fine Art Biennial, Claire Oliver Fine Art, New York, New York.

2004 Winter White, Clifford-Smith Gallery, Boston Massachusetts.

2003 Lordship and Bondage, Neiman Gallery, Columbia University, New York, New York.

2003 Notebook, Pinkard Gallery, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, Maryland.

2002 Salon Style, Clifford-Smith Gallery, Boston Massachusetts.

2002 Physical Units: Fragments of the Human Form, 
Bronx River Art Center, Bronx, New York.

2002 AIM 22, Bronx Museum of Art, Bronx, New York.

2001 Paper, Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, 
Ridgefield, Connecticut.

2001 Paper Products, Clifford-Smith Gallery, Boston Massachusetts.

2000 Elements 2000, New House Center for Contemporary Art,
Snug Harbor Cultural Center, Staten Island, New York.

1999 Arad Arts Project, Arad Museum, Arad Israel. Z.O.A. House, Tel Aviv, Israel.

1998 Synapse, Clifford-Smith Gallery, Boston Massachusetts.

Selected Art Fairs:

2011 Grey Area (Miami), Bass Museum, Miami, Florida.

2011 ArtMRKT (Hamptons), Meulensteen New York, New York.

2010 Littlest Sister (Miami), Spinello Gallery, Miami, Florida.

2009 Pulse (Miami), Max Protetch Gallery, New York, New York.

2009 SH: Asia Pacific Contemporary Art Fair (Shanghai, China),
Max Protetch Gallery, New York, New York.

2008 Pulse (London, England), Max Protetch Gallery, 
New York, New York.

Reviews & Articles:

2013 Art in America, May Issue, 2013, “Exhibiton Review: Boston, Saul Chernick, La Montagne”, by Francine Koslow Miller

2013 The Boston Globe, Boston, Massachusetts, February 19, 2013, “What's Up in Boston Area Galleries”, by Cate McQuaid

2013 New American Paintings Blog,, February 13, 2013, "Saul Chernick: A Skyward Gesture" 
2012 Sensorium (a collection of curated artworks designed specifically for print), Published by the Skowhegan Alliance, 
New York, New York, December 12, 2012

2012 The Buffalo News, Buffalo, New York, October 12, 2012, “UB Exhibition Samples New Takes on Drawing”, by 
Colin Dabkowski

2011 Editions ’11 Catalogue, Lower East Side Printshop, 
New York, New York, “Book of Windows • Pangaea” 
Essay by Nancy Princenthal.

2011 Beautiful/Decay Magazine, Los Angelos, California, March 1, 2011, Volume #5 “Saul Chernick”, Interview by Bill Donavan.

2010 DIRTY,, September 10, 2010,
“Saul Chernick: Controlling the Narrative of History”, Interview by Paul Bruno.

2010 New York Times, New York, New York, July 2, 2010,
“Arts in Review: Saul Chernick Borrowed from the Charnel House”, by Ken Johnson.

2010 Artforum,, July 13, 2010,
“Critic’s Picks: Saul Chernick”, by Britany Salsbury

2008 My Art Space Blog,, October 9, 2008, “Art Space Talk: Saul Chernick”, Interview by Brian Sherwin.

2008 AFC,, July 21, 2008,
“The Undead”, by Saul Chernick.

2008 Yeti Magazine, Portland, Oregon, March 7, 2008, Volume #5,
Cover design, by Saul Chernick. Feature article: “Seers of the Veer”, by Chris Martin.

2006 AFC,, July 27, 2006,
“The Drawings of Saul Chernick”, by Paddy Johnson.

2004 New York Times, New York, New York, July 23, 2004,
“Hung, Drawn and Quartered”, by Roberta Smith.

2004 Art On Paper, New York City, New York, September/October, 2004, Volume 9, Number 1, “Hung, Drawn and Quartered at Team Gallery”, by Amanda Church.

2003 NY Arts Magazine, New York City, New York, January, 2003, Volume 8, Number 1, “Saul Chernick: From Banality Back to Humanity in the 21st Century”, by Jill Conner.

2002 The New Yorker, New York City, New York, September 16, 2002, Art Museums and Libraries: Review of Artists in the Marketplace at the Bronx Museum of Art, by Marcellus Hall.

2015  Visiting Artist, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA.
Lecture and  Studio Critiques (Visual Arts Department)
2012 Artist Talk, Jewish Museum, New York, NY
2011 Visiting Artist, Lyme Academy of Art, Lyme, Connecticut.
Lecture and Studio Critiques

2011 Visiting Artist, American University, Washington, 
District of Columbia.
Lecture and MFA Studio Critiques (Visual Art Department)

2011 Artist Talk: The Green-Wood Drawings, Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York.
2010  Visiting Artist, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI.
Lecture and MFA Studio Critiques (Printmaking Department)

2010 Artist Talk, Franklin Art Works, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

2007 Artist Talk, Graduate Class, Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey.

2007 Artist Talk, Graduate Painting Class, Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, New York.

2007 Artist Talk, Advanced Drawing Class, Hunter College, 
New York, New York.

2007 Artist Talk, Principles of Drawing Class, School of Visual Art, New York, New York.

2007 Artist Talk, Introduction to Drawing Class, Columbia University, New York, New York.

2006 Guest Artist, Fragmentation of the Self: Panel Discussion,
Rush Arts Gallery, New York, New York.

2001 Guest Artist: Art Buzz: Lecture Series,
Aldrich museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut.

Awards, Honors & Residencies:

2013  Summer Printmaking residency, Gowanus Studio Space, Brooklyn, NY
 2010 Special Editions Residency, Lower East Side Printshop, New York, NY

2000 Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, ME.

1998-1999 Arad Arts Project, Arad, Israel.
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