American painter Stephen Ellis and sculptor Allyson Vieira will be the resident artists this year at NOS. Their residency will culminate in an exhibition opening on June 28 and will run through September 1, 2013 on Saturdays and Sundays from 3 to 6 pm and by appointment. Artworks will include several site-specific installations.

1951 Born High Point, North Carolina
Lives in New York


1969-73 Boston University Art Program at Tanglewood, Lenox, Massachusetts
1973 Bachelor of Fine Arts, Cornell University, Ithaca
New York Studio School, New York

Von Lintel Gallery, New York
Von Lintel Gallery, New York
Von Lintel Gallery, New York
Jeremiads, Von Lintel Gallery, New York
Flaschenpost, Galerie Ascan Crone, Hamburg Germany
Von Lintel Gallery, New York
Galerie Von Lintel & Nusser, Munich
Numark Gallery, Washington, D.C.
Complete Etchings, Neils Borch Jensen, Verlag Und Druck, Berlin 
Marella Arte Contemporanea, Milan
Von Lintel & Nusser Gallery, New York



Abstraction Revisited, Chelsea Art Museum, New York
Octet: Selected Works from the School of Visual Arts, Pera Museum, Istanbul
More Than Words, Von Lintel Gallery, New York
Rose Colored Glasses (salut to rirkrit, peggy, and frederick!), Gavin Brown Enterprise at Passerby, New York
Sets, Series, and Suites: Contemporary Prints, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Banners, Rubin Museum of Art, New York 
Taller Niels Borch Jensen, Museo Nacional de la Estampa, Mexico
Invitational Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture , American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, NY
Exhibition of Recent Gifts and Acquisitions, University of Massachusetts Fine Arts Center, Amherst, MA
Before and After Science, Marella Arte Contemporanea, Milan
ZENROXY, curated by Ivan Vera, Von Lintel Gallery, New York
Jump, Painting Center, New York, NY
Seven Grays, Paula Cooper Gallery, New York
Visiting Faculty Exhibition, Carpenter Center, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
Layered, curated by Robert Edelman, Anita Friedman Gallery, New York.
Generazionale: indagine sulle nuove generazioni, Basilica Palladiana, Vicenza, 
Italy (catalogue).
Works on Paper, Matthew Marks Gallery, New York
Visiting Lecturers, Department of Visual and Environmental Studies, Carpenter 
Center for the Visual Arts, Harvard University, Cambridge
Come In and Find Out, Podewil Center for Contemporary Art, Berlin
Flux et Transparences, curated by Christine Buci-Glucksmann and Catherine Perret, 
Galerie Les Filles Du Calvaire Art Contemporain, Paris
Deep Field Painting, Hunter College Art Gallery, New York 
Super-Abstr-Action, Galerie Les Filles Du Calvaire Art Contemporain, Paris


Ackland Art Museum, UNC, Chapel Hill, North Carolina 
Albright Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York 
Asheville Museum of Art, Asheville, N.C.
Ashmolean Museum, Oxford University, Great Britain
Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York 
Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland 
Columbia University, New York, New York
Denver Museum of Art, Denver
Fogg Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Fonde Nationale Art Contemporain (FNAC) France
Luther W. Brady Art Gallery, George Washington University, Washington, DC
Max Planck Institute, Munich
Meade Art Museum, Amherst College, Amherst, Massachusetts
Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee
University Gallery, U. of Massachusetts, Amherst Massachusetts


2005 Joan Mitchell Grant in Paintiing
2004 Purchase Prize, American Academy & Institute of Arts and Letters
1991 National Endowment for the Arts Grant in Painting
1985 New York Foundation for the Arts Grant in Painting





Born 1979
Lives and works in New York

2009 MFA, Milton Avery Graduate School of Arts, Bard College, Annandale on
Hudson, NY
2001 BFA, The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, New York

2013 Kunsthalle Basel, Basel, CH (forthcoming September 2013)
Cortège, Laurel Gitlen, New York
2011 Aphrodite, Monica De Cardenas, Milan, IT
2010 Ozymandias, Laurel Gitlen, New York
2007 Klaus Von Nichtssagend Gallery, Brooklyn, NY (book release)
2006 Small A Projects, Portland, OR

2013 Remainder, Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa, OK (forthcoming)
A Handful of Dust, curated by Laura Fried, Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts
Forum, Santa Barbara, CA
The Order of Things, curated by Jamillah James, NurtureArt, Brooklyn, NY
2012 Configurations: Valérie Blass, Katinka Bock, Esther Kläs, Allyson Vieira,
MetroTechCenter Commons, Brooklyn, NY
Weights and Measures, Eleven Rivington, New York
Buy My Bananas, curated by Julia Trotta, Kate Werble Gallery, New York
Lilliput, curated by Cecilia Alemani, The High Line, New York
Queens International 2012: Three Points Make a Triangle, Queens Museum of
Art, Queens, NY (catalogue)
2011 Discursive Arrangements, or Stubbornly Persistent Illusions, curated by
Timothy Hull and Lumi Tan, Klaus von Nichtssagend, New York
Gingko — Goethe — Garden, Arcade, London, UK
2010 Painting and Sculpture, Lehmann Maupin, New York
Knight’s Move, SculptureCenter, New York (catalogue)
Point to one end, which is always present, Laurel Gitlen, New York
2009 Evading Customs, curated by Peter J. Russo and Lumi Tan, Brown Gallery,
London, UK (PDF catalogue)
Short-Term Deviation, EFA Project Space, New York
Circular File Channel: Episode 2005, Performa TV commission, New York
Bard MFA Thesis Exhibition, UBS Gallery, Annandale on Hudson, NY
NOBODIES NEW YORK, 179 Canal, New York
2008 Champion Zero, Rental Gallery, New York
200597214200022008, Laurel Gitlen, New York
Cube Passerby 2008, GBE @ Passerby, New York
2007 First Hand Steroids, REmap KM in association with the Athens Biennial AMP,
Athens, GR
2004 #18: Take Care, Champion Fine Arts, Brooklyn, NY (curator) (catalogue)
The Freedom Salon, curated by Tina Kukielski and Apsara DiQuinzio, Deitch
Projects, New York

2013 D’Agostino, Paul, “Here are Things, and Here Is Their Order,” The L
Magazine, 16 January.
2012 “Lilliput” (review), The New Yorker, 17 September.
Yablonsky, Linda, “Artifacts | Gilding the ‘Lilliput,’” The New York Times T, 30 April.
Vogel, Carol, “High Line Art,” The New York Times, 2 March.
James, Jamillah, “Repeating Forms,” dir. Kari Altman, educational video
produced by the Walters Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD, 2012.
2011 Yablonsky, Linda, “Close Encounters: Frieze Wrap 2011,”, 25
Howe, David Everitt, “Discursive Arrangements” (review), Art Review,
Heinrich, Will, “Image and Illusion at Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery”
(review), New York Observer, 2 August.
“Critics’ Picks: ‘Discursive Arrangements, or Stubbornly Persistent
Illusions,’” Time Out New York, 21 July–3 August.
Boukobza, Julie, “A View of the New York Art Scene,” Art Press 376, March.
Tang, Jo-ey, “The Potential of Twist Ties Remains Elusive,” Paper, January.
2010 Tan, Lumi, “Allyson Vieira” (review), Frieze Magazine, September.
Beck, Graham, “Knight’s Move,” (review), Frieze Magazine, September.
Russo, Peter, “Allyson Vieira at Laurel Gitlen” (review), Idiom, May 7.
“Critics’ Picks: ‘Ozymandias,’” Time Out New York, 15–21 April 2010.
“Critics’ Picks: ‘Point to one end, which is always present,’” Time Out New
York, 21–27 January.
2006 Row, D.K., “Taking Aim with History’s Ammunition,” The Oregonian, 21 April.
2004 Cotter, Holland, “Sampling Brooklyn, Keeper of Eclectic Flames,” The New
York Times, 23 January.

Meade, Fionn, ed., Knight’s Move (catalog), SculptureCenter, NY, 2010.
Heitzler, Drew and Flora Wiegmann, ChampionZero, Los Angeles: 2nd Cannons
Publications, 2008.
Vieira, Allyson and Stacy Wakefield-Forte, Untitled Book (Geometry and Democracy),
Livingston Manor, NY: Evil Twin Publications, 2006.
Vieira, Allyson (ed.), “The Salon of 1859,” by Charles Baudelaire, in #18: Take
Care, Brooklyn, NY: Champion Fine Arts, 2004.