ONE PERSON EXHIBITIONS
 
 
2016

Scholes Street Studio,
Brooklyn, NY
Curated by René Allain

490 Atlantic Gallery, (two person show)
Brooklyn, NY
Curated by Jim Edwards

2014
 
ShapeShifter Lab, Brooklyn, NY
 
Roger Smith Hotel, NYC
 
2011  
 
Danforth Museum of Art, Framingham, Mass

2008  
 
Catherine Person Gallery, Seattle, WA

2006  
 
OHT Gallery, Boston, MA

2005  
 
Miami University Art Museum, Oxford, Ohio

2001  
 
OHT Gallery, Boston, MA

2000  
 
Westminster School, Simsbury, Conn.

1997  
 
Meyerson & Nowinski Gallery, Seattle, WA

1994  
 
Linda Farris Gallery, Seattle, WA

1994  
 
San Diego State University Gallery, San Diego, CA

1993  
 
Linda Farris Gallery, Seattle, WA

1988  
 
Linda Farris Gallery, Seattle, WA

1985  
 
Linda Farris Gallery, Seattle, WA

1984  
 
Whatcom Museum of Art, Bellingham, WA

1983  
 
Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA

1981  
 
Karl Bornstein Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

1980  
 
Linda Farris Gallery, Seattle, WA




SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
 
 
 
2017

"GAMUT, A Group Show about Color", Cross Contemporary Art,
Saugerties, NY, Curated by Jen Dragen

"Alter(native) Facts, Pleiades Gallery, NYC
Curated by Denise Adler

"The Trace" (Abscence/Presence)
Lichtunfire Gallery,
New York, NY
Curated by Peggy Cyphers, Ford Crull, Priska Juschka

"The Talking Pictures Invitational"
106 Van Buren, Bed-Stuy, NY
Curated by Cathy Ann Quinlan, Paul D'Agostino, Jeffrey Bishop
(Based on JB interview with Susan Sontag, 1981)

"Thru the Rabbit Hole 2, Nation V", Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
​Curated by Richard Timperio

2016

"DSC Flat File Exhibition", DSC Gallery(DavidSchweitzer Contemporary) Brooklyn, NY, Curated by Michael David

"Quiver/Alchemy", 490 Atlantic Gallery, Brooklyn NY
(2 person show), Curated by Jim Edwards

"NOMENCoLorATURE #1, Studio 10, Brooklyn, NY
Curated by Paul D'Agostino

"NOMENCoLorATURE #2, Centotto Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Curated by Paul D'Agostino

​"Art Du Jour", 490 Atlantic Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Curated by Jim Edwards

"In Monitoring", The Buggy Factory, Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY,  (3 person show)
Curated by Paul D'Agostino. With Tom Butter and John Descarfino

"Works on Paper NYC IV", Jeffrey Leder Gallery, NYC, NY


2015
 
"Small Works", Jeffrey Leder Gallery, NYC, NY

"Last GREXIT to Brooklyn", Centotto Gallery, Brooklyn, NYC,
Curated by Paul D'Agostino

"Take Five", Cross Contemporary Art, Saugerties, NY
Curated by Jen Dragon
 
2014
 
"Group 17", Kunstraum Tapir, Berlin Germany "Take Five"
Curated by Isolde Krams
 
"Back in Situ, or Turns", Centotto: Galleria [simposia] Salotto
Brooklyn, NY. Curated by Paul D'Agostino
 
"Abstraction and its Discontents", Storefront Ten Eyck, Brooklyn, NY
Curated by Deborah Brown
 
2013  
 
"Come Together: Surviving Sandy", Curated by Phong Bui, Brooklyn, NY 
 
Jeffrey Leder Gallery, NYC, N.Y. "Organic Connections" 3 person show. 
Curated by Charles Marburg  
 
Westminster School,  Simsbury, CT. "100 Year Anniversary Artists".
 
2012
 
"Studio of the Absurd", M55 Gallery, LIC, NY. 
 
"III Bienal Internacional de Pintura
de Guayaquil", Museo Alvarro Naboa,  Guayaquil, Ecuador.
 
2006
 
"Spring Highlights", Winston Wachter Gallery, Seattle, WA. 
 
2004
 
"Diagnostic Arts", Monserrat College of Art, Beverly, MA.
 
2003
 
OHT Gallery, Boston, MA. "Gallery Artists".
 
2002
 
OHT Gallery, Boston, MA. "Gallery Artists"
 
2001  
 
Linda Farris "LOOK", Seattle, WA

1999  
 
Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue, WA

Washington State Convention Center, Seattle, WA

1998  
 
Meyerson & Nowinski Gallery, Seattle, WA

1997  
 
Meyerson & Nowinski Gallery, Seattle, WA

1995  
 
Vox Populi Gallery, Seattle, WA

1994  
 
Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland, OR

1993  
 
Security Pacific Gallery, "The Betty Bowen Legacy".
 
1992  
 
Linda Moore Gallery, San Diego, CA

1991  
 
Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue, WA. "Watercolor".

1990  
 
Linda Farris Gallery, Seattle, WA. "20th Anniversary Show".

1988  
 
Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA. "Betty Bowen Award Tenth             Anniversary Exhibition".

1983 
 
Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue, WA

1982  
 
Westminster School, Simsbury, Conn. "Five Alumni".

Blackfish Gallery, Portland, OR. "Linda Farris at Blackfish".

Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, WA. " The Collectors: An                         American Tradition".

1981  
 
Eastern Washington University, Cheney, WA. "Washington 
Drawing" (Traveling Exhibition).

Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson, MI. "Collage and 
Assemblage" (Traveling Exhibition).

Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, WA. "The Washington Year/Shape 
as Idea: Abstraction".

Linda Farris Gallery, Seattle, WA

Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA. "Selections from the 
Modern Collection".

Cranberry Gallery, Plymouth, MA. "Contemporary Washington 
State Artists".

Vladisvostock, USSR. "Cornish Faculty".

Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art, LAICA, Los 
Angeles, CA. "Eight Seattle Artists".

1980  
 
Linda Farris Gallery, Seattle, WA.

1979  
 
Linda Farris Gallery, Seattle, WA.
 
Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA. "Washington Open".
 
1978  
 
The City of Seattle, Seattle WA. "Selects".
 
Linda Farris Gallery, Seattle, WA.

Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA. "New Ideas" (Four Person 
Show).
 
1977  
 
Linda Farris Gallery, "Seattle Drawing", Seattle WA.
 
1974  
 
Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Boston MA.
"Traveling Fellowship Show".
 
 
 
PERIODICALS (Please see Press for links to texts)
 
 
2012
 
Harvard Review, Number 42, Spring 2012, (Portfolio)
 
2011
 
Matthew Kangas, "Return to the Viewer, Selected Art Reviews",
Midmarch Arts Press.
 
2008  
 
Matthew Kangas, "Relocations, Selected Art Essays and Interviews",
Midmarch Arts Press, NYC, (p. 13, 15, 16, 70, 128, 176, 271, 384)
 
Sheila Farr, "Painter Jeffrey Bishop Goes Organic." The 
Seattle Times, October 31, 2008. (Photo) 
 
1997  
 
David Berger, "Architecture for Art Collectors." Seattle Times Magazine, December 7, 1997. (Photo)
 
1994 
 
Matthew Kangas, "Jeffrey Bishop at Linda Farris." Art in America, 
 July 1994. (Photo)
 
1993  
 
Charles Krafft, "The Big Payoff." Seattle Weekly, October 
1993.
 
 Regina Hackett, "A Contrast in Fall Gallery Shows." Seattle 
Post-Intelligencer, October 20, 1993. (Photo)
 
 Delores Tarzan Ament, "Artist Unafraid to Jump into Something New." 
 Seattle Times, October 11, 1993. (Photo)
 
 Chase Rynd, "The Betty Bowen Legacy." Security Pacific Gallery.
 
1992  
 
Regina Hackett, "Show of Bowen Award winners Reflects 
Depth of Northwest Art." Seattle Post Intelligencer, 1992.
 
1988 
 
 "The Betty Bowen Memorial Award Tenth Anniversary                        Exhibition." Seattle Art Museum, 1988 (Photo)
 
 Julie Wilson, "Seattle, Scintillating Summertime." Town and Country, 
June 1988 p.114. (Photo)
 
Mathew Kangas  "Safety First." Seattle Weekly, July 6, 1988.
 
1986  
 
Matthew Kangas, "The Art of the V.I." The Weekly August 6,             1986, (Photo)
 
1984  
 
Ron Glowen, "Seminary", Vanguard, April 1984 (Photo)
 
1983  
 
Regina Hackett, "Artist's Brush Bridges Gap Between Form 
and Substance." Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 1983.
 
Matthew Kangas, "Jeffrey Bishop" Vanguard, February                       1983. (Photo)
 
Lyn Smallwood, "Visual Arts: Jeffrey Bishop"  Seattle  
Weekly, August 31, 1983. (Photo)
 
Delores Tarzan, "'Documents NW' Starts strongly with 
Bishop." Seattle Times, 1983. (Photo)
 
Frank Cebluski, "The Surface Within." Artweek, February 19,             1983. (Photo)
 
Regina Hackett, "Bellevue Shows some of the Best." October 
4, 1983.
 
Regina Hackett, "Stark Architecture detracts from Hotel's Art Collection." 
Seattle Post-Intelligencer, April 6 1983 (Photo)
 
Ron Glowen "Architecture as Reference." Artweek,  September 10, 1983. (Photo)
 
1982  
 
R.M. Campbell, "Show finds Artist in Transit", Seattle Post-                 Intelligencer, Nov 11, 1982.
 
Regina Hackett, "Jeffrey Bishop Wins Bowen Award", Seattle 
Post-Intelligencer, June 7, 1982. (Photo)
 
"Bishop wins Betty Bowen Award", Seattle Times, June 7, 
1982.
 
Matthew Kangas, "Abstraction as a Northwest Tradition." 
Artweek, January 9, 1982.
 
Regina Hackett, "Farris Shows the Bright and Dim." Seattle 
Post-Intelligencer, July 26,1982.
 
Sue Ann Kendall, "Bishop's Painting Carry Clout." Seattle 
Times, November19, 1982. (Photo)
 
1981  
 
Mathew Kangas, "Dissapearing Epicenter." Insight, Spring 
1981
 
Matthew Kangas, "Jeffrey Bishop at Linda Farris." Art in America, 
Summer 1981, p.141 (Photo)
 
Mathew Kangas, " Seattle Drawing: Good Still not Good Enough." 
Argus, April 3, 1981. (Photo)
 
Suzanne Muchnic, "Reviews." Los Angeles Times, October 2, 
1981.
 
Matthew Kangas, "Inflated Academicism at the Henry                       Gallery." Argus, february 20,1981.
 
1980  
 
R.M. Campbell, "Jeffrey Bishop Shows Potent Austerity", 
Seattle Post-Intelligencer, December 27, 1980.
 
Matthew Kangas, "Art in the Eighties: New Wave of                           Regionalism." Argus Openings, Fall/Winter 1980. (Photo) 
 
Roger Downey, "Jeffrey Bishop: A 'Painter" with String and 
Found Objects." The Seattle Weekly, December 17, 1980. (Photo)
 
Ron Glowen, "Scientific Sources", Artweek, December20,                   1980. (Photo)
 
Matthew Kangas, "Drawing Exhibition An Erratic Lineup." 
February 13 1980.
 
Suzanne Muchnic, "An Assault from Seattle." Los Angeles 
Times, July 6, 1980.
 
"Hey You! Says the Art." Seattle Post-Intelligencer, October 
31, 1980.
 
1979  
 
R.M. Campbell, "Three Young Artists at the Linda Farris 
Gallery." Seattle Post-Intelligencer, March 2, 1979.
 
Matthew Kangas, "Art for a New Austerity." Artweek,                         
February 24, 1979. (Photo)
 
Matthew Kangas, "Seattle Review." Artforum, May 1979, 
pp 71,72. (Photo)
 
R.M. Campbell, "A Lot of This and That." Seattle Post-                       Intelligencer, July 27, 1979.
 
David Berger, "Beckley, Bishop, Sato: Subtle and Certain", 
Seattle Sun, Feb 21, 1979.
 
Mathew Kangas, "Is the Art Museum's Open Really Closed?" 
Argus, August 3, 1979.
 
1978  
 
R.M. Campbell, "Art Pavilion Show-Small is Beautiful", 
Seattle Post-Intelligencer, March 15, 1978.
 
Delores Tarzan, "Four artists Present 'New Ideas.'" Seattle 
Times, February 28, 1978.
 
Matthew Kangas, "Part of the Way up from Verbosity-as-Art." 
Argus, March 10, 1978.
 
Matthew Kangas, "Sculpture in Seattle." Northwest Arts, May 
26, 1978.
 
Steven Winn, "Artists are Still Better as Artists" The Weekly, 
March 1, 1979. (Photo)
 
1977  
 
R.M. Campbell, An Excellent Collection of Drawings." Seattle 
Post-Intelligencer,November 13, 1977.
 
R.M. Campbell, "A Fine Sampling of Student Art." June 10, 
1977
 
Matthew Kangas, "Facets of contemporary Drawing." Artweek,
November 12, 1977. (Photo)
 
 
 
 
RESIDENCIES
 
 
2014
 
Takt Artist Residency, Berlin
 
2012  
 
Jentel Artist Residency Program, Banner WY
 
2010  
 
American Academy in Rome (Visiting Artist)
 
 



 
AWARDS


1996  
 
Art Matters Foundation, NY

1994  
 
Seattle Artists, Seattle Arts Commission

1982  
 
Seattle Art Museum, Betty Bowen Memorial Award

1974  
 
Boston Museum School,
66th James William Paige Traveling Fellowship

                                                                           

PROFESSIONAL


2016

Board of Trustees, Copper Canyon Press, Port Townsend, WA

2012  

Juror, III Bienal Internacional de Pintura de Guayaquil,
Guayaquil, Ecuador
 
2006-Present 
 
Board of Trustees, Bang on a Can, NYC

2000-Present  
 
Board of Trustees, ICI (Independent Curators 
International), NYC

1997-Present  
 
Advisory Board, The Henry Gallery, Seattle, WA

1980-1997  
 
Board of Trustees, The Henry Gallery, Seattle, WA

1980-1988  
 
Faculty, Cornish College of the Arts, Seattle, WA                                
Instructor: Painting, Drawing, Modern Art History
 



EDUCATION


1977  
 
MFA University of Washington, Seattle, WA

1974  
 
Fifth Year Diploma, Boston Museum School, 66th James 
William Paige Traveling Fellowship 

1973  
 
Graduate Certificate (4 years), Boston Museum School, 
Boston, MA
 
BFA Tufts University, Medford MA
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