Brian Wood is a painter working with multiple media in New York City and East Chatham, NY. His paintings, drawings, photographs, prints, films, and books are exhibited internationally and are held in many private and public collections. Wood is in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Brooklyn Museum, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art; the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC; the Ludwig Museum in Cologne; the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; the Houston Museum of Fine Arts; the Blanton Museum of Art in Austin, TX; the New York Public Library: the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa; the Art Gallery of Hamilton, Ontario; the Davis Museum, Wellesley; the Tampa Museum of Art; Asheville Art Museum, NC; the Montreal Museum of Fine Art; the Museum of Contemporary Art in Montreal; The Canada Council Art Bank; Concordia Art Gallery, Montreal; the Museum of Modern Art in Prague; and many others. 

Wood's awards include the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship, the National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, the New York Foundation for the Arts Grant, numerous Canada Council Grants including the prestigious "A" Grant, and the Woodrow Wilson Fellowship.

Brian Wood works primarily with painting and graphite or ink drawing. Throughout his career, Wood has been immersed in questions about  consciousness and ontology, the mystery of intense images arising to awareness and being, and their complex relationship with and away from time. Pursuing this inquiry into the tensile nature of time and space, he has explored many media and is accomplished in painting, drawing, photography, film, print-making, and cross-bred hybrids. Each medium generates different yet complex relationships to time and radically different experiences of space/form. All Wood’s images are connected by the daemon driving their emergence, but his curiosity and extensive investigation into different media, each with its own concrete and metaphorical differences, both perceptual and psychic, have contributed to the particular experience of Wood’s current paintings.

As described by Holland Cotter in his review in The New York Times (3/14/14) of Brian Wood’s solo exhibition Enceinte, “…[Wood] creates a kind of Symbolist world in which emerging into life and being devoured by it are part of the same inexorable process. ... the erotic and the spiritual are of a piece.”

Born and raised on the prairies of northern Saskatchewan, Wood's early imaginative experience was formed in harsh land, severe weather, and the life and death cycles of animals, crops, and wilderness. Wood's childhood on the farm, his absorption in nature, books, playing piano, and his later studies in physics and mathematics combine with his fascination and close attention to the shifting boundaries of body, sexuality, and awareness itself. From these inquiries, his close and active participation with arising inner images and perception, and his sense that the conventional separation of inner and outer worlds is actually an illusion, come the form and obsessions of his work.
 

Brian Wood Studio
20 W. 20th St., #903
New York, NY 10011

Upstate Studio
626 County Route 5
East Chatham, NY 12060

brian@brianwoodstudio.com

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Museum Collections

Museum of Modern Art, New York
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Brooklyn Museum, New York
National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
New York Public Library, New York
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles
Blanton Museum of Art, Austin
Houston Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Davis Museum, Wellesley
Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa
Asheville Art Museum, North Carolina
Ludwig Museum, Cologne
Museum of Decorative Arts, Prague
Museum of Modern Art, Prague
National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa
Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography, Ottawa
Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, Ont.
Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Sask.
Kamloops Art Gallery, Kamloops, BC
The Canada Council Artbank, Ottawa
Concordia Art Gallery, Montreal
Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal
Museum of Contemporary Art, Montreal


Solo Exhibitions

2018    Brian Wood Drawings, Arts + Leisure Gallery, New York, NY (upcoming)
2017    Cross Contemporary Gallery, Saugerties (ex. cat.), NY
            Poets Robert Kelly and Charles Stein read to "Brian Wood: Paintings" at Cross Cont.
            No. Six Depot, West Stockbridge (Two-person show with Ashley Garrett)
2014    Enceinte, Church of Saint Paul, New York
            Spin Zero, Novella Gallery, NYC (3-person show, Brian Wood, John Newman, Max Razdow)   
2012    Yace Gallery, New York
            Hudson Opera House, Hudson, NY (Two-person exhibition)
2010    Sordoni Art Gallery, Wilkes College (ex. cat.), Wilkes-Barre, PA
2008    Jeannie Freilich Contemporary (ex. cat.), New York
            Kreft Gallery, Ann Arbor, MI
2007    Lesley Heller Gallery, New York
            Osilas Gallery, Concordia College, Bronxville, NY
            Bruno Marina Gallery, Brooklyn, New York
2006    Brian Wood in Per la Musica 2, Castelluccio di Pienza, La Foce, Chianciano, Italy (several solo shows held simultaneously)
2002    Rico Contemporary Art, Brooklyn, New York
2001    Kamloops Art Gallery (ex. cat.), Kamloops, Canada
1998    Art Gallery of Peterborough (ex. cat.), Ontario, Canada
1997    Galerie Brigitte Ihsen, Cologne, Germany
            Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina, Canada
1996    ACTA Gallery, Rome (ex. cat.), Italy
1995    Craig Krull Gallery, Los Angeles
            Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography (National Gallery of Canada) (ex. cat.), Ottawa
            Eli Marsh Gallery, Amherst College, Amherst
            Rochester Institute of Technology Gallery, Rochester
1994    Saidye Bronfman Centre (ex. cat.), Montreal
            Taksim Gallery, Istanbul (ex. cat.), Turkey
            Nev Gallery, Ankara, Turkey
1993    Gandy Gallery, Prague
1992    Lieberman & Saul Gallery (ex. cat.), New York
1989    Lillian Mauer Contemporary Art, Montreal
1988    Lieberman & Saul Gallery, New York
1987    McIntosh/Drysdale Gallery, Washington DC
1986    McIntosh/Drysdale Gallery, Washington DC
            John A. Schweitzer Gallery, Montreal
            Evelyn Aimis Gallery, Toronto
1985    Marcuse Pfeiffer Gallery, New York
            Windsor Art Gallery, Ontario, Canada
1984    Nina Freudenheim Gallery, Buffalo (Two-person show with Paul Sharits)
            Concordia Art Gallery, Montreal
            McIntosh/Drysdale Gallery, Houston, TX
1981    Optica Gallery, Montreal
1980    Ydessa (Hendeles) Gallery, Toronto
            University of Alberta, Edmonton
            Art Gallery of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
1979    Galerie Marielle Mailhot, Montreal
            Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon (ex. cat.), Canada
1975    Film Forum, New York
            Collective for Living Cinema, New York


Selected Group Exhibitions

2018    Mist Wreathed Spring/Break Art Show, curated by Max Razdow and Kari Adelaide, New York, NY
Global Books Exhibition, Brian Wood/Ximena Godoy-Arcaya, Santiago, Chile
            Actually Weird, Underdonk, Brooklyn, NY
            Materiality, Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA
            TrueNorth, LABspace, Hillsdale, NY
2017    Social Photography V, Carriage Trade, New York
            Vive, Honey Ramka Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
            Group exhibition, Church of St Paul, New York
            Warmth of Winter, National Arts Club, New York
            Art Up, Andes, NY
            Hygge,
Cross Contemporary Art, Saugerties, NY
2016    Sibling Rivalries (ex. cat.), Torrance Art Museum, Los Angeles, CA
            Fort, Ess Ef Eff, Brooklyn, NY
            Trio: Augustus Goertz, Marianne van Lent and Brian Wood, Cross Contemporary Art, Saugerties, NY
            Something Else (ex. cat.), The Painting Center, NY
            Itsy Bitsy Biennale, Green Kill Gallery, Kingston, NY
            Bushwick Tales, Venus Knitting Art Space, Brooklyn, NY
2015    PAUL KLEE, curated by Ashley Garrett and JJ Manford, Underdonk, Brooklyn, NY
            Salon Zurcher, Zurcher Gallery, New York, NY (Two-person exhibition with Amy Brener)
            Polysolaris, Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA
            Paintings in Trees, curated by Ben LaRocco, Linnea Paskow and Ben Pritchard, The People's Garden, Brooklyn, NY
            Improvised Showboat #5, New York, NY, curated by Zach Keeting and Lauren Britton
            Eumetadotos, Novella Gallery, New York, NY
2014    Place Made Visible, 195 Morgan Ave, Brooklyn, NY
            Underdonk Selects, Underdonk, Brooklyn, NY
            Liberalis, Novella Gallery, New York, NY
            Artists For Ferguson, Temporary Agency, Brooklyn, NY
            Art for Tibet, Tibet House, New York, NY
            Gowanus Studios Group Exhibition, Bruno Marina Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2013    Beasts and Bodies, “Anchor Artist”, Schema Projects, Brooklyn, NY
            Le Choix du Coeur, Prague, Gandy Gallery & Galerie35, Prague
            Light as Medium, Ann Street Gallery, Newburgh, NY
            Marty’s Cool Biennial, Heliopolis, Brooklyn, NY
            Summer Relocation Exhibition, Rico, Brooklyn, NY
            Necessity and Chance, Thompson Giroux Gallery, Chatham, NY
            Kamloops Art Gallery 25th Anniversary, Kamloops Art Gallery, BC
2012    Discursive Abstraction: Works on Paper from the 1950’s to the Present, Bernard Jacobson Gallery, NY
            Summer Benefit Exhibition, Kamloops Art Gallery, BC    
2011    25 Years / 25 Artists (ex. cat.), Julie Saul Gallery, New York
2010    The Pencil of Nature, Julie Saul Gallery, New York
            New York Studio School Benefit Exhibition, curated by Christina Yang, Bill Jensen, Margit Lewczuk,
                 Andrew Mockler    
2009    From the Mississippi to the Hudson, Allen Projects, New York
            Collage Logic, Storefront Artist Project, Pittsfield, MA
2008    The Printed Picture (ex. cat.), Museum of Modern Art, New York (On view through 2009)
2008    Linear Manifestations, Jeannie Freilich Contemporary, New York
            Crave (ex. cat.), UT at Knoxville Gallery, Knoxville, TN
            Collage Logic, Ann Street Gallery, Newburgh, NY
            Jeannie Freilich Contemporary, Chicago Art Fair Exhibition
            Jeannie Freilich Contemporary, Miami Basel Exhibition   
2007    Crave (ex. cat.), Marshall Arts, Memphis,TN
            Works on Paper, Lesley Heller Gallery, New York
            Collage Logic, Osilas Gallery, Concordia College, Bronxville, NY
            Collage in the Expanded Field (ex. cat.), The Art Center, St. Petersburg, FL
2006    Bomb Magazine Benefit Exhibition, The Park, NYC
2005    Outlook, Nina Freudenheim Gallery, Buffalo, NY
            Picturing Central Park, Time Warner Center, NYC
            Bruno Marina Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
            BAMart, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn, NY
            The Faculty Show, Times Square Gallery, Hunter College, NYC
            Bomb Magazine Benefit Exhibition, The Park, NYC
2004    Hunter Faculty Photography Exhibition, (four person show) Leubsdorf Art Gallery, Hunter College, NY
            Richard Foreman Benefit Exhibition, Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York
            Unbroken, Denise Bibro Fine Art, New York
2003    Group Exhibition, Bruno Marina Gallery, Brooklyn, New York
            Du Collage, Galerie d'Art Stewart Hall, Montreal
2002    Modus Operandi (ex. cat.), Art & Culture Center, Hollywood, FL
            Faculty Small Works, Leubsdorf Art Gallery, Hunter College, New York
            Collected Views: Works from the Permanent Collection, Kamloops Art Gallery, Kamloops, Canada
                 (Brian Wood, Stan Douglas, and Geoffrey James)         
1999    John Szarkowski, A Life in Photography, Museum of Modern Art, film screening (Brian Wood,
                 Cinematographer, Lighting Director, and Co-director with Richard B. Woodward of location film)
            My Girlfriend Iris, Karen McCready Gallery, New York
            Recent Acquisitions, Kamloops Art Gallery, Kamloops, Canada
1998    La Donation Maurice Forget, Musee d’Art Joliette, Canada
            Artwalk, The Puck Building, New York
            Temps Composes, Maison Hamel-Bruneau, Ville de Sainte-Foy
1997    Documenta X, Walter Konig exhibited "Rolling-Out", Kassel, Germany
            Politics and Faith, 678 Gallery, New York
1996    Blind Spot: The First Four Years, Baldacci Gallery, New York
            The Depiction of Comic Sex in American Art, Binder Gallery, Munich
            Bulletin Board, The Spot, New York
            Drawings, Leo Kamen Gallery, Toronto
            Intrinsic, Lionheart Gallery, Boston
            Click, Riparte, Rome
1995    The Uninvited (ex. cat.), Apex Art, New York, curated by Stephen Westfall: Brian Wood, Bill Barrette, Rico Espinet
            Coups de Coeur, Gandy Gallery, Prague
            Silent Witnesses (ex. cat.), Geneva, New York, Paris, Vienna, Tokyo, Nairobi, Santiago, Norway
            The Common Hand, Leo Kamen Gallery, Toronto
1994    Recent Acquisitions, Los Angeles County Museum, Los Angeles
            Recent Acquisitions, Davis Museum, Wellesley
            Drawing and Photography, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester
            Multiple Visions, Soma Gallery, San Diego
            A Primary Medium: Contemporary Drawings, Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, Utica
            Drawing Together, Nina Freudenheim Gallery, Buffalo
1993    Multiple Images: Photographs since 1965 from the Collection, The Museum of Modern Art, New York
            Flora and Fauna, Houston Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
            New Acquisitions, Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa
            Ellis Island, Palazzo Georgio Cini, Ferrara, Italy
            Photographs, La Tranchefile Gallery, Montreal
            Summer Selections, Julie Saul Gallery, New York
            Saltern, installatation at Luma, Santa Monica
            Contemporary American Photographs, Jingshan, Tushuguan, Canton, China
1992-93   Swarm, 1991, purchased & exhibited in the Photography Galleries of Museum of Modern Art
                 (Permanent Collection), New York, curated by Peter Galassi
1992    Drawn in the Nineties (ex. cat.), curated by Joshua Smith: 
                 Katonah Art Museum, Katonah, NY  
                 Fine Art Gallery, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
                 Kerr Art Gallery, Calgary, Alberta
                 Huntsville Museum of Art, Huntsville, AL
                 Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA  
                 Lamont Gallery, Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, NH
                 University Art Gallery, San Diego State University, San Diego CA
            Beau (ex.cat), Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography, Ottawa
            Ecrire la Photographie (ex. cat.), curated by Gervais JassaudEcole Superieure d’Art et de Design, Reims, France
            Les Boites a Malice, StellaR Gallery, Paris
            Summer Exhibition, Julie Saul Gallery, New York
            Right Foot, San Francisco Airport, San Francisco
1991    Contemporary Landscape Photography from the TMA Collection, Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, FL
1990    Ellis Island Project, Ellis Island Museum, New York
1989    Photographs of Invention: American Pictures of the Eighties (ex. cat.), curated by Joshua Smith:
                 Museum of American Art, Washington, DC
                 Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
                 Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN
            Sequence(con)Sequence (ex. cat.), Blum Art Institute, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
1987    Portraits (ex. cat.), Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA
            Turino Fotografia 1987, Turino, Italy
            Summer Show, Lieberman & Saul Gallery, New York, NY
            Right Foot, San Francisco Airport, San Francisco, CA
1986    The Animal in Photography, 1843 - 1985 (ex. cat.), The Photographers’ Gallery, London, England
            Taking Liberties, Buffalo, NY; Albany, NY
            Les Rencontres d’Arles, Arles, France
            Artists Invite Artists, John A. Schweitzer Gallery, Montreal
            Interiors, Everson Museum, Syracuse; Nabisco Gallery, East Hanover, NJ
            Postmarked New York (ex. cat.), Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, Alberta
1985    The Figure: An Interpretive Study, Tower Gallery, New York
            Beautiful Photographs, One Penn Plaza Gallery, New York
            Narrativite/Performativite, Optica Gallery, Montreal
            Totems, John A. Schweitzer Gallery, Montreal
            Canada Council ArtBank Exhibition, House of Commons, Ottawa
            The Sensuous Image, Cava Gallery, Philadelphia
            Group Exhibition, Lieberman & Saul Gallery, New York
1984    Color Photographs: Recent Acquisitions, The Museum of Modern Art, New York
            Color in the Summer, Brooklyn Museum, New York
            Allocations (ex. cat.), 49th Parallel Gallery, New York
            Contemporary Triptychs (ex. cat.), Blum Art Institute, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
            Optica Gallery, Montreal, 
            National Arts Centre, Ottawa
            Summer Exhibition, Marcuse Pfeiffer Gallery, New York
            Artbank Traveling Exhibition, Canada
1983    Big Pictures by Contemporary Photographers, Museum of Modern Art, New York
            The ARCO Collection, Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christie
            Group Show, Light Gallery, New York
            Photographic Sequences (ex. cat.), Art Gallery of Peterborough, Ont.
1982    Twentieth Century Photographs from the Collection of the Museum of Modern Art (ex. cat.), New York
                 Seibu Museum, Tokyo
                 Honolulu Art Museum, Hawaii
             Summer Exhibition, Delahunty Gallery, Dallas
1979-92  Array, 1977, purchased & exhibited continuously in the Photography Galleries of Museum of
                 Modern Art, (Permanent Collection), New York, curated by John Szarkowski
1978     Frameworks, Whitney Museum of American Art (Downtown), New York
1973     Silkscreen Prints, Glass Gallery, New York
1972     Prints, Redfern Gallery, London, England
             Painting commission installed in Lord Byron’s Chambers, the Albany, London, England


Film Projects

1999    John Szarkowski, A Life in Photography, Premier at Museum of Modern Art, New York (Brian Wood -
            Cinematographer, Lighting Director, and Co-director with Richard B. Woodward of location film),               
            Checkerboard Productions, NY
1980    The Royal Dancers of the Kingdom of Bhutan, (Brian Wood - Cinematographer and Director of
            Photography), Asia Society, New York – aired on Ch. 13 and Public Television channels in USA,
            Canada, Europe, & Australia. Screened at Natural History Museum, NYC; Asia Society, NYC; Everson
            Museum, Syracuse; Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, & other museums in USA and internationally.
1975    Clearview, by Brian Wood
            Fixt, by Brian Wood
1974    Awaji Puppet Theater, (Brian Wood - Cinematographer and Director of Photography), Asia Society, NY
1974-2000   Cinematographer &Lighting Director for many film and video projects.


Honors and Fellowships

1999    John Simon Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship
            Fundacion Valparaiso Fellowship, Spain
            Canada Council Travel Grant
1998    MacDowell Fellowship            
1996    Senior Arts “A” Grant, Canada Council
1992    New York State Foundation for the Arts Grant
1984    National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship Grant
1982    Arts Grant, Canada Council
1980    Arts Grant, Canada Council
1979    Arts Grant, Canada Council
1978    Arts Grant, Canada Council
1975    Woodrow Wilson Fellowship

Awards

2017    PSC-CUNY Award
2014    Presidential Award for Faculty Advancement (CUNY)
2011    Presidential Travel Award (CUNY)
            PSC-CUNY Award
2007    PSC-CUNY Award
2006    PSC-CUNY Award
2004    PSC-CUNY Award
 

Bibliography:

2018    Czerner-Richardson, Dorota. Boretz, Ben. (editors) “Brian Wood: Three Paintings” in Things That Matter,
book published by The Open Space, 2018
Jassaud, Gervais. Wood, Brian. Godoy-Arcaya, Ximena. Contra-Dia, limited edition (ed. 12)
Artist/Poet book – art by Brian Wood made directly in all 12 books, poetry by Ximena Godoy-Arcaya,
Designed and published by Gervais Jassaud, Global Books, Frejus, France, 2017-18
Adelaide, Kari. “Brian Wood: Interview” – forthcoming
2017    Heartney, Eleanor. “Brian Wood’s Art Beyond Thought” (ex. cat.), Cross Contemporary Art, Saugerties, NY, 7/1
            Princenthal, Nancy. “Contemporary Art Steams Up the Hudson”, The New York Times, 8/24/17
            Kelly, Robert and Stein, Charles. Kelly and Stein read to “Brian Wood: Paintings” (video), Cross Contemporary Art, 9/17/17
            Chernicoff, Billie. (editor/contributor), For Robert Kelly, artists’ book
            Van Sickle, Hannah. “Work by New York Artists Ashley Garrett and Brian Wood at No. Six Depot,” The Berkshire Edge, 9/12/17
            Kelly, Robert. Camera Obscura
            Kelly, Robert and Stein, Charles. “Robert Kelly and Charles Stein read to “Brian Wood: Paintings,” PennSound, 12/17,
                     pennsound/Kelly, pennsound/Stein
2016    Chidester, Brian“Brian Wood”, Ephemera NYC Art6/23/16 
            
D’Agostino, Paul. “Bushwick Open Studios: Field Notes & Takeaways,” Bkmag.com, 10/3/16
            Kelly, Robert. “Five Tableaux Vivantes: Paintings by Brian Wood with Responses by Robert Kelly”, The Doris, 5/16/16
            Whiteford, Meg. “Sibling Rivalries” (ex. cat.), Torrance Art Museum, CA
            Shapiro, Dee. Brumer, Miriam. “Something Else” (ex. cat.), The Painting Center, New York
            Lambe, Claire. "Trio - Van Lentz, Goertz and Wood at CCA", Roll Magazine, NY, 3/16
            "Trio: Augustus Goertz, Marianne Lent, & Brian Wood, NYARTS, 3/2016
2015     Colvin, Rob. “A Charming Reverence for Color: Artists Revisit Paul Klee,” Hyperallergic, 10/28/15
             Chidester, Brian. “Brian Wood”, Ephemera NYC, http://nyc.ephemera-art.com/brian-wood/, 6/6/15
             Kelly, Robert. “Festschrift”, Metambesen, Annandale-on-Hudson, 2015
             D’Agostino, Paul. “Art & Creativity: Thoughts for Posterity”, The L Magazine, 7/15/15, New York
2014     Cotter, Holland. “Brian Wood: ‘Enceinte’”, The New York Times, 3/14/14
             Cotter, Holland. “Last Chance”, “Brian Wood: Enceinte”, The New York Times, 4/4/14
             D’Agostino, Paul. “4 Exhibits You Need to See”, “Enceinte: Brian Wood”, The L Magazine, 3/27/14, New York City
             Keeting, Zachary and Joy, Christopher. “Interview with Brian Wood, March 2014”, Gorky's Granddaughter, 5/7/14
             Grabowski, Jason and Morris, Jason. “Brian Wood Drawings”, Big Bell, issue #8, New York & San Francisco, 3/14
             D’Agostino, Paul. “4 Exhibits You Need to See”, “Enceinte: Brian Wood - Extended”, The L Magazine, 4/10/14, New York City
             Vartanian, Hrag. “Before the Studios Open: Friday Night Shows at Bushwick Open Studios”, Hyperallergic, 5/31/14
             Woodward, Richard B., “Wanted: Curators of Conviction, Part II”, Collector Daily, 5/9/14
             Behnke, Paul. “Studio visit with Brian Wood”, Structure and Imagery, 9/14
             Baker, Brett. "Brian Wood: Studio Visit," Painter's Table, 9/6/14
             Sorgatz, Michael. Art in New York, “Brian Wood, Max Razdow, and John Newman in “Spin Zero” at Novella Gallery”, 9/7/14
             Edmonds, Brian. “Recent Exhibition: Spin Zero@ Novella Gallery, NYC”, The Curating Contemporary Blog, 10/22/14
             Butler, Sharon. "Andrew Ginzel's List: Art Fair Edition," Two Coats of Paint, 3/3/15 (Wood painting used as article image)
             Sorgatz, Michael. “Novella at Salon Zurcher, NY,” Art in New York, 2/2/15
2011     Yochelson, Bonnie. 25 Years/25 Artists (ex. cat.), Julie Saul Gallery, New York
2010     Hawkey, Christian. Stacked Graphene (A Lattice for Brian Wood) (ex. cat.), Sordoni Art Gallery, Wilkes University, 1/2010
             Cook, Kirstin. "Sordoni Gallery presents Brian Wood", The Beacon, Wilkes University
             Aletti, Vince. "The Pencil of Nature", The New Yorker, 8/2010
             Esplund, Lance. "The Pencil of Nature", The Wall Street Journal, 8/2010
             Gussenhoven, Rob. Diamond Dust, online journal, 8/09
2009     Harryman, William. “Brian Wood – Three Images”, Elegant Thorn Review, 4/5/09
             Gussenhoven, Rob. Diamond Dust, online journal, 5/09    
2008     Ostrow, Saul. The Drawings of Brian Wood: As Real As It Ever Was (ex. cat.), Jeannie Freilich Contemporary, New York, 6/08
             Genocchio, Benjamin. “Piecing Things Together”, The New York Times, 10/20/08
             Luby, Abby. “Collage Logic”, Roll Magazine; rollmagazine.com, 10/08
             Frey, Matt. "'Collage Logic' at Ann Street Gallery", October
             Sanabria, Denise. “Two Themed Exhibits:  ‘Crave’ and ‘The Real Me,’” Knoxville Voice, 01/24/08
             Swallows, Cody. “Art Exposes Man’s Deep Desires,” The Daily Beacon, Knoxville, 01/14/08
             Stephens, Elise. “Crave,” Downtown Knoxville & Everything West, 01/08
2007     Garrison, Matthew. Crave (ex. cat.), Delta Axis, Memphis
             Koeppel, Fredric. “‘Crave’ Reflects Obsessive Yearnings,” Arts, Commercial Appeal, 11/30/07
             Koeppel, Fredric. “Year’s Top Art Exhibits,” Commercial Appeal, Memphis, 12/28/07
2006     Casebere, James. James Casebere on Brian Wood, Bomb Magazine, #95 Spring 2006
2005     Grundberg, Andy. Picturing Central Park, Central Park Conservancy, New York, 2005
2003     Woodward, Richard. Pictures Worth 10,000 Words, at Least, New York Times, 2/2
             Beaudet, Pascale. Du Collage (ex. cat.), Stewart Hall Art Gallery, Quebec, 2003
2001     Robertson, Lisa. Cribbed, (ex. cat.) Kamloops Art Gallery, 2001
             Wishart, Allan. Wood…, Kamloops This Week, 4/25/01
             Youds, Mike. KAG Exhibits, The Daily News, Kamloops 4/17/01
2000     Galassi, Peter. Walker Evans & Company, Museum of Modern Art, New York, 2000
1999     Seneca Review, Vol. XXIX, No. 1, Spring 1999
1998     Peacock, Robert. Sleep (Compilation of writings by Laurie Anderson, Patti Smith, Allen Ginsberg, John Updike, Jack Kerouac,                                  Lou Reed, and Brian Wood), Universe Publishing (Rizzoli), New York, 1998
             Seneca Review, Vol. XXVIII, No. 2, Fall 1998
             Wittemore, Hank. Your Future Self, A Journey to the Frontiers of Molecular Medicine, Thames & Hudson, 1998
             1998-99 Annual Report, The MacDowell Colony, 1999
1997     Pedersen, Martin. Fine Art Photography 2, Graphis Inc., New York, 1997
             Kisters, Jurgen. "Brian Wood bei Ihsen", Kolner Stadt-Anzeiger, 4/3/97
1996     Madore, Michael. Brian Wood: Rolling-Out (ex. cat.), Jungle Press Editions, New York
             Strauss, David Levi. At the Photographic Limits, (ex. cat.), ACTA Gallery, Rome
1995     Westfall, Stephen. The Uninvited (ex. cat.), Apex Art, New York
             Aletti, Vince. "The Uninvited", Village Voice Choices, April 4, 1995
             Hanna, Martha. Related Differences (ex. cat.), Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography, Ottawa
             Caputo, Kim. Brian Wood, Blind Spot, Issue Five, New York, 1995
             Campbell, James. Depth Markers: Selected Art Writings 1985-1994, (Includes essays on Brian Wood), ECW Press, Toronto, 1995
             King, Alan. "Brian Wood", Ottawa Citizen, April 16, 1995
             Robertson, Sheila. Saskatoon Star Pheonix, 4/95
             Cron, Marie-Michele. “La photo et ses rituals”, Le Devoir, 3/23/95
             Blindspot, Issue Five, Spring 1995, New York
             Cahill, Kevin & Roma, Thomas. Silent Witnesses, HarperCollins, 1995
             De Palma, Donna. "Brian Wood at RIT", City Newspaper, Rochester, NY, 4/6/95
1994     Kuspit, Donald. Brian Wood (ex. cat.), Saidye Bronfman Centre, Montreal
             Duncan, Ann."Merging Abstract with Concrete", The Montreal Gazette, 5/14/94
             Aquin, Stephane. "Raison /Passion", Voir, Montreal, 6/8/94
             Cron, Marie-Michele. "Brian Wood", Le Devoir, Montreal, 5/29/94
             Print Collector’s Newsletter, Vol.XXV No. 5 Nov-Dec 94, p. 190
             Campeau, Sylvain. "Brian Wood, Paul Lowry", Parachute, Oct., Nov., Dec., 1994
             Rice, Shelley. Cartouches (ex. cat.), Istanbul
             Rice, Shelley. "Kabartmalar", Anons, Oct. 1994, Istanbul (trans. Tomris Uyar)
             Sanat Cevresi, "Brian Wood an Melez Sanat", Vol. 192, Oct., 1994, p. 25
             Milliyet Sanat, "Brian Wood", Oct. 1, 1994, Istanbul
             Turkish Daily News, Oct. 9, 1994
             Murray, Mary. Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute Bulletin, Summer 1994
             Koksal, Ahmet. Milliyet Sanat, Nov. 1, 1994, p. 46-47, Istanbul
             Berin, Nadi. "Brian Wood", Cumhuriyet, Oct. 9, 1994, Istanbul
1993     Tousley, Nancy. “Drawing as an art form impresses”, Calgary Herald, 1/8/93
             Stapen, Nancy. “90’s Drawing”, The Boston Globe, 12/27/93
1992     Hagen, Charles. "Brian Wood", The New York Times, 2/21/92
             Russell, John. “The Secret Life of Art is Led in Drawings”, The New York Times, 6/28/92
             Princenthal, Nancy. "Perverse Science", The Print Collector’s Newsletter, 7-8/92
             Smith, Joshua. Drawn in the Nineties (ex. cat.), Katonah Museum of Art
             Raynor, Vivien. “Memorable Images in an Anthology of Drawings”, The New York Times, 7/5/92
             Campbell, James. "Brian Wood", C Magazine, Toronto, 6/92
             Lauterbach, Ann. Brian Wood: Perverse Science (ex. cat.), Lieberman & Saul Gallery
             Langford, Martha. Beau (ex. cat.), Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography, Ottawa
             Marquart, Lisa, “Drawn in the 90’s”, The Daily Aztec, San Diego, 5/93
             Mack, J., “Drawing: an Independent Artform”, Bloomington Voice, IN, 9/16/92
             Jassaud, Gervais. Ecrire la Photographie (ex. cat.), Ecole Sup. d’Art et de Design, Reims, France
1989     Ballerini, Julia. Sequence(con)Sequence (ex. cat.), Aperture, New York
             Smith, Joshua. Photographs of Invention: American Pictures of the Eighties (ex. cat.), MIT
             Duncan, Ann. The Montreal Gazette, 6/8/89
1987     Campbell, James. "The Art of Brian Wood", Vie des Arts, 9/87
             Cruger, George. Portraits (ex. cat.), Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
1986     Noble, Alexandra.The Animal in Photography, 1843 - 1985 (ex. cat.), The Photographers’ Gallery, London
             Lewis, Jo Ann. The Washington Post, 2/8/86
             Lepage, Jocelyne. La Presse, Montreal, Canada, 4/26/86
             Daigneault, Gilles. Le Devoir, Montreal, Canada, 5/3/86
1985     Grundberg, Andy. "Brian Wood", The New York Times, 2/15/85
             DeBono, Norman. The Saturday Windsor Star, 1/5/85
1984     Hunter, Sam. The Museum of Modern Art: The History and the Collection, Abrams, 1984
             Lifson, Ben. Contemporary Triptychs (ex. cat.), Bard College
             Glueck, Grace. “The Triptych Lives On In Modern Variations”, The New York Times, 6/84
             “Bard Triptychs”, Woodstock Times, 6/84
              Carr, Clare O’Neill. “Three-part Works”, The Gazette Advertiser, Rhinebeck, NY 6/84
              Bannon, Anthony.  Buffalo News, 2/24/84
              Sabbath, Lawrence. The Montreal Gazette, 10/27/84
              Daigneault, Gilles. Le Devoir, Montreal, 10/84
1983      Davis, Douglas. “Big Pix”, Newsweek, May 2, 1983
              Bailey, Jann. Photographic Sequences (ex. cat.), Peterborough Art Gallery
              Connor, Tim. "Brian Wood", Photo Resources, New York, 5/83, 6/83
1982      Szarkowski, John. 20th Century Photographs from the Museum of Modern Art (ex. cat.), New York, 1982
1980      Grayson, Mary. "Study in Illusion and Reality", Edmonton Journal, 2/8/80
              Dorsey, Candas. Edmonton Interface, 3/80
              Dunning, Jennifer. From the Kingdom of Bhutan, The New York Times, 3/2/80
              Aris, Michael. Sacred Dances of Bhutan. Natural History Magazine, (Cover and Photographs by Brian Wood) 3/30
              Jaffrey, Madhur. Buddhist Dance, Asia Magazine, (Photographs by Brian Wood) 3/80
1979      Poser, Steven. Brian Wood: Photographic Works (ex. cat.), Mendel Art Gallery
              Saskatoon Star Pheonix, Canada, 7/79
              The Montreal Gazette, Canada, 3/79
              Nixon, Virginia. La Presse, Montreal, Canada, 3/79
              Lehman, Henry. The Montreal Star, Canada, 3/15/79
              Viau, Rene. Le Devoir, Montreal, Canada, 3/17/79
1978      Poser, Steven. Frameworks, Whitney Museum (Downtown) (ex.cat.), 1978
1975      Canby, Vincent. The New York Times, 1/3/75
              Horowitz, Leonard. The Soho Weekly News, 1/9/75

Education

1975    MA  Hunter College, New York City - Filmmaking and Painting
1969    BA  University of Saskatchewan - Science and Mathmatics    


Teaching

2002- Present     Hunter College, New York (Tenured Full Professor)
1991-2002          Yale University, New Haven
2001                   Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville
1988-91              Fordham University, New York
1985-05              New York University, New York (Internship Program)
1984-05              Pratt Art Institute, Brooklyn (Internship Program)
1976-present      Workshops and lectures at many museums and universities - USA, Canada, and Europe