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Christopher Schade

1971
Austin, TX, United States

44 Works exhibited on Kooness

Current location

Watertown, MA

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Works by Christopher Schade

Arches 2

2008

26.67 x 20.32cm

Phantom Building

2008

27.31 x 17.78cm

Ruins 7

2009

22.23 x 10.8cm

Ruins 5

2008

17.78 x 12.07cm

Ruins 4

2008

17.15 x 8.26cm

Ruins

2001

34.29 x 36.83cm

Ruins 6

2009

17.78 x 13.97cm

Ruins 10 (Sunset)

2014

12.07 x 10.16cm

Ruins 3

2008

33.66 x 23.5cm

Arches

2003

17.15 x 20.32cm

Flood

2015

10.8 x 17.78cm

Walls

2008

20.32 x 26.67cm

Castle

2014

13.97 x 12.07cm

Castle 7

2015

19.05 x 19.05cm

Castle 9

2015

24.77 x 27.94cm

Castle 2

2014

15.24 x 12.7cm

Castle 8

2015

17.15 x 17.78cm

Castle 6

2015

19.69 x 19.69cm

Opening 2

2013

17.78 x 12.7cm

Corner

2014

15.24 x 15.24cm

Opening 3

2014

17.78 x 12.7cm

Castle 5

2014

14.61 x 13.97cm

Buildings

2009

22.86 x 24.13cm

Opening

2009

31.75 x 24.13cm

Castle 3

2014

17.15 x 14.61cm

Walls and Sun

2009

8.5 x 9.5cm

Sun, Stairs and Quay

2010

20.32 x 19.05cm

Lock

2009

66.04 x 45.72cm

Spiral Stairs

2008

26.04 x 17.78cm

Stairs

2009

24.13 x 15.88cm

Spiral Stairs 2

2008

40.64 x 40.64cm

Curve

2008

76.2 x 56.52cm

Aqueduct

2012

56.52 x 47.63cm

Explosion 2

2015

50.8 x 55.88cm

City Fire 2

2013

31.75 x 24.13cm

Castles

2012

76.2 x 56.52cm

Sun and Stairs

2014

91.44 x 38.1cm

Tower Fire

2013

76.2 x 56.52cm

City Fire

2009

91.44 x 66.04cm

City 6

2012

66.04 x 83.19cm

Towers

2013

56.52 x 76.2cm

City 4

2009

91.44 x 66.68cm

Aqueduct and Wall

2012

56.52 x 76.2cm

City 3

2009

43.18 x 53.98cm

Christopher Schade was born in Austin, Texas and was raised in Austin and in Quirihue, Chile. Schade received his Bachelor of Arts in Art from the University of Texas at Austin in Plan II Honors Humanities and Studio Art in Painting and then received his Master of Fine Arts in Painting and Printmaking from Yale University. Upon graduation he attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture.

He has had solo and two-person exhibitions at The Painting Center in New York, Kai Matsumiya Gallery in New York, Boston Design Center in Boston, Massachusetts, dberman gallery in Austin, Texas and Conduit Gallery in Dallas, Texas. Group exhibitions in New York City include shows at The Painting Center, Park Place Gallery, Blackburn 20/20, Tiger Strikes Asteroid, Brian Morris Gallery and GRG gallery, in Massachusetts at VERY, Drive-By Projects, Geoffrey Young Gallery and Sampson Projects Gallery, and in Texas at The Contemporary Austin Jones Center, dberman Gallery and Conduit Gallery. His work is in the flat files of Pierogi Gallery, New York and online in the White Columns' Curated Artist Registry and The Painting Center's Members Gallery. His work has been written about in Boston Art Review, Interview Magazine, The Huffington Post, Hyperallergic, Dallas Art Revue, Austin American-Statesman and The Austin Chronicle.

He is a founder of the Artist Lecture Series in Greenpoint, Brooklyn and has curated numerous group shows, most recently “Prime Matter” at the Teckningsmuseet (Museum of Drawings) in Laholm, Sweden. Since 2016 he has taught painting and drawing as Assistant Professor of Art at the University of Massachusetts Boston Art Department. In the spring of 2021, he joined The Painting Center in New York City as a member.

 

EDUCATION

1997    Master of Fine Arts in Painting and Printmaking, Yale University School of Art, New Haven, CT

Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, MA

1995    Bachelor of Arts in Art (Plan II Honors Humanities and Studio Art), The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX

 

SOLO AND TWO PERSON EXHIBITIONS

2022    Fortifications, Park Place Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, curator Michael Holden

2020    Envisaged Landscapes, The Painting Center Project Room, New York, NY (solo) (catalog)

2019    Passing Islands, Boston Design Center, Boston, MA, curators The Sphinx Northeast (Kari Adelaide and Max Razdow) (solo)

2016    Don’t Make a Scene, Kai Matsumiya Gallery, New York, NY (solo)

2011    Christopher Schade and Josette Urso, Luchsinger Gallery, Greenwich Academy, Greenwich, CT, curator Erin Riley

2007    Islands, d berman gallery, Austin, TX (solo) (catalog)

            Alec Dartley and Christopher Schade, Pooke Gallery, Natick, MA

2006    Island Painting, Conduit Gallery, Dallas, TX (solo) (catalog)

2003    Figurative Forms: Christopher Schade Paintings and Drawings, Conduit Gallery, Dallas, TX (solo)

2001    Robert Dale Anderson: Dark Ages and Christopher Schade: Drawings, Conduit Gallery, Dallas, TX

            Sandra Fiedorek and Christopher Schade, d berman gallery, Austin, TX

1999    New Work: Christopher Schade, Slugfest Gallery, Austin, TX (solo)

1998    Recent Work: Christopher Schade and Nyame Brown, The Butcher Shop Gallery, Chicago, IL

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS             

2022    Quid Pro Quo, VERY, Boston, MA, curator John Guthrie

2021    Painting 2011- 2021, Site: Brooklyn Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, curator Peter Frank

2020    Ensemble: Together Again, The Painting Center, New York, NY

The Sword in the Sun, Blackburn 20/20, New York, NY, curator Essye Klempner

Mother Altar, Mother Gallery, Beacon, NY

Social Photography VIII, Carriage Trade Gallery, New York, NY

Love Match, Drive-By Projects, Watertown, MA

Drivin' Along: 10th Anniversary Group Show, Drive-By Projects, Watertown, MA

2019    Small and Smaller, Site: Brooklyn Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, curator Heather Bhandari

Green: The Impossible Color, The Painting Center, New York, NY, curator Rachael Wren (catalog)

2018    Social Photography VI, Carriage Trade, New York, NY, curator Peter Scott

Art on the Marquee, Boston Cyberarts and Massachusetts Convention Center Authority, Boston, MA, collaboration with Wenhua Shi

The Nature Lab, LABspace, Hillsdale, NY, curator Eric Wolf (catalog)

True North, LABspace, Hillsdale, NY, curator Julie Torres

The Creek Flows Into the River: New Work from the Hudson River Valley, Walnut Hill Gallery, Hudson, NY, curator Richard Saja

2017    The Works on Paper Show, Park Place Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, curators Michael Holden and Peter Schenck

The Landscape Show, Park Place Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, curators Michael Holden and Peter Schenck                                                                                                              

2016    Reality is Wrong, Dreams Are For Real, David & Schweitzer Contemporary Annex, Brooklyn, NY, curators Brian Morris, Sue Knoll and Phil Knoll

            Chronic Blooms, Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA

            Hanging Paper, Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA

            Wonderland, No. Six Depot, West Stockbridge, MA, curators Sue Knoll and Phil Knoll

2015    Prime Matter, Teckningsmuseet (The Museum of Drawings), Laholm, Sweden

            Earth Dreams, Eagle Studio, Brooklyn, NY, curator Alyssa E. Fanning (catalog)

            TSA Flatfile Program 2015-16, Tiger Strikes Asteroid New York, Brooklyn, NY 

2014    Prime Matter, Senaspace, New York, NY

DRAWING?, Strauss Gallery, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH

Casheesh 14, Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA

2013    It Hurts So Good To Be Loved So Bad, Brian Morris Gallery, New York, NY curator Geoffrey Young

            Come Together: Surviving Sandy, Industry City, Brooklyn, NY, curator Phong Bui     

2012    Casheesh 6, Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA

            Speakers, 111 Front Gallery, Dumbo, NY

            From Life, Radiator Gallery, Long Island City, NY

            Paperazzi, Janet Kurnatowski Gallery, Brooklyn, NY        

2011    Chain Letter, Samson Projects Gallery, Boston, MA

            Taking Shape, Standpipe Gallery, New York, NY

2010    Paper Trails: Work from the New York Metro, Pearce Gallery, Whitecliffe College of Art and Design Aukland, New Zeland,  curators Saydi Kaufman and David Keefe

Natural Reaction, Heskin Contemporary Satellite Space at Metropolitan Green, Brooklyn, NY, curator Elizabeth Heskin

2009    The Air Is Thick, Cerulean Arts, Philadelphia, PA, curator Joshua Marsh

2008    Precurse, Nationalmuseum, Berlin, Germany, curator John Hodany

            Bornagain Again, FiveMyles, Brooklyn, NY, curator Eddy Steinhauer

            Cultural Corridor III, Storefront Artists Project, Pittsfield, MA, curators Peter Dudek and Geoffrey Young

2006    Heat, d berman gallery, Austin, TX

2005    Boys Meet Girls, Nina Menocal Gallery, Mexico City, Mexico, curator Katya Gardea Browne

2004    Private, CRG Gallery, New York, NY

New American Talent, ArtHouse the Jones Center for Contemporary Art, Austin, TX, curator Jerry Saltz

            The Third Coast: Texas on Townsend, Haley Martin Gallery, San Francisco, CA

 

GALLERY AFFILIATIONS

2021-   The Painting Center, New York, NY (Member)

2019-   White Columns, New York, NY (Curated Artist Registry)

            The Painting Center, New York, NY (ARTSY)

2017-   Park Place Gallery, Brooklyn, NY (ARTSY)

2012-   Perogi Gallery, Brooklyn, NY (flat files)

           

CURATORIAL PROJECTS

2016- Present  Visiting Artist Lecture Series, University Massachusetts Boston, Boston, MA

2015                Prime Matter, co-curated with Zoe Pettijohn Schade and Madlen Herrstöm, Teckningsmuseet, Laholm, Sweden (catalogue)

2014                Prime Matter, co-curated with Zoe Pettijohn Schade, Senaspace, New York, NY

2012                Speakers, First Annual Artist Lecture Series Exhibition, co-curated with Michael Lee and Zoe Pettijohn Schade, Brooklyn, NY

2011- Present  Artist Lecture Series, co-curated with Michael Lee and Zoe Pettijohn Schade, Brooklyn, NY

2011                Taking Shape, co-curated with Zoe Pettijohn Schade, Standpipe Gallery, New York, NY

                        Raymond Dumas and Michael Lee, Antidote Artist Curatorial Project, Verge Art Fair, Brooklyn, NY

2010                Group Show, Antidote Artist Curatorial Project, Verge Art Fair, New York, NY

2003                Lightshow, co-curated with Edouard Stienhauer and Bettina Johae, Clocktower

                        Properties, Brooklyn, NY

 

CURRENT TEACHING POSITION

2016- Present  Assistant Professor of Art, University Massachusetts Boston Department of Art and Art History, Boston, MA (courses taught: Introduction to Painting, Painting Workshop, Drawing I, Drawing Workshop, Studio Art Capstone)

2020    Katy Diamond Hamer, "The Sphinx Northeast Returns to Boston with Christopher Schade's 'Passing Islands'", online edition of Boston Art Review, access date: February 2, 2020.

2017    Frontspiece of the image, “Arch 3 (Ithaca/Paris/Winter/Day)” in Raritan: A Quarterly Review, November, 2017.

2016    Rachel Small, "How To Make A Scene, Or Not" Interview Magazine, published February 11, 2016.

2015    Jillian Stienhauer, “ArtRx NYC,” Hyperallergic, access date: November 24, 2015.

Martin Hägg, “Drawing in Its Own Right, ”Omkonst.., access date: October 22, 2015.

2014    William Eckhardt Kohler, “In Between: Various Artists at Various Galleries on the Lower         East Side,” The Huffington Post, access date: January 1, 2014.

2012    Patrick Neal, "Forms of Life: Breathing New Life into Traditional Genres," Hyperallergic, access date: April 19, 2012.

 

PUBLICATIONS

2020                Ehrsam, Anna and Jackson, Katherine, eds., Uni-verse Poetry-Prints-Proofs by Visionary Humans, Battery Journal Publishing: Brooklyn, NY. 215-220.

Zevitas, Steven, ed., New American Paintings Juried Exhibitions-In-Print, Featured Artists/Recent Work, The Open Studios Press: Boston, MA. 24.

Thomas, Shazzi, Christopher Schade: Envisaged Landscapes, The Painting Center: New York, NY

2019                Thomas, Shazzi, Green: The Impossible Color, The Painting Center: New York, NY. 12.

2018                Wolf, Eric, The Nature Lab, LABspace: Hillsdale, NY. 17.

2017                Lears, Jackson, ed., Raritan: A Quarterly Review, Raritan: New Brunswick, NJ. Frontispiece.

2015                Prime Matter, Teckningsmuseet: Laholm, Sweden. 53.

2007                Zevitas, Steven, ed., New American Paintings Juried Exhibtions-In-Print No. 68, curator: Curator of Contemporary Art at the Baltimore Museum of Art Darsie Alexander, The Open Studios Press: Boston, MA. 140-141.

AWARDS

2018    Blanche E. Colman Award, BNY Mellon, Boston, MA

2015    Fellowship in Painting, New York Foundation for the Arts, New York, NY

2007    New American Painting Issue 68, curator Darsie Alexander, Curator of Contemporary Art at the Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD

2001    The Arch and Anne Giles Kimbrough Grant, The Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX