CV

Contact: siobhan.landry@gmail.com

 

EXHIBITIONS/SCREENINGS

CAG Alumni Biennial, group show, Storrs, CT, juried by Charles Lehman, 2016

First Person II, group show, Grunwald Gallery of Art, University of Indiana, Bloomington, IN, curated by Mike Calway Fagen and Devin Belara, 2016

Siobhan Landry and Frank Poor, two-person show, PrattMWP Gallery, Utica, NY, curated by Sandra Stephens, 2015

Persistence of Memory, group show, Dorchester Art Project, Boston, MA, curated by Sarah Pollman, 2015

Death TK, screening, 106 Green, Brooklyn, NY, and Schwarzwaldallee, Basel, Switzerland, curated by Erica Magrey and Karin Borer, 2015

Hope Chest, group show, Penelope, Brooklyn NY, curated by Jamie Steele, 2015

Exchange, group show, Visual Centre of Contemporary Art, Carlow, Ireland, curated by Rosalind Murray, 2015

First Person I, screening, Fort Houston, Nashville, TN, curated by Mike Calway Fagen and Devin Belara, 2014

Queens International, group show, biennial, Queens Museum, Queens, NY, curated by Meiya Chang and Hitomi Iwasaki, 2013

Don’t Be Like Roy Campaign, screening, Launchpad, Brooklyn, NY, curated by Julianna Schley, 2013

Video Art and Experimental Film Festival, screening, Tribeca Cinemas, New York, NY curated by Dan Fine, 2013

The Double, screening, Cabinet, New York, NY and LAXART, Los Angeles, CA, curated by the Skowhegan Alliance, 2012

Let’s Keep It Together, Co-Worker Projects, New York, NY, curated by Yulia Topchiy, 2012

Mobius Movie Night (2), Mobius, Cambridge, MA, curated by EL Putnam, 2012

Txt & Img, ASPECT-EZ, Boston, MA, curated by Liz Nofziger and Evan Smith, 2012

S.I.N. Strength in Numbers, group show, SCOPE Miami, FL, 2011

Tell it Slant, MFA thesis exhibition, SOHO20 New York, NY and The Benton Museum, Storrs, CT, 2011

College Art Association NY Area MFA Exhibition, Hunter College, New York, NY curated by Barry Rosenberg and Deborah Dancy, 2011

EDUCATION

Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, ME, 2011

University of Connecticut, Storrs, Master of Fine Arts: Photography & Video, 2011

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Bachelor of Arts: Art History & American Culture, 2004

 

RESIDENCIES/FELLOWSHIPS/AWARDS

Lighthouse Works Artist in Residence, Fishers Island, NY, 2014

Big Red & Shiny January Artist in Residence, Boston, MA, 2013

Vermont Studio Center/ Full Fellowship Recipient/ Johnson, VT, 2012

University of Connecticut, Storrs Graduate Travel Award, 2011

University of Connecticut, Storrs Graduate Fellowship, 2011, 2010

 

PRESS

Cotter, Holland, ‘A Local Place for a Global Neighborhood, The Expanded Queens Museum Reopens’ The New York Times, Nov 2013