FRASER STABLES

 

PROJECTS
Remembering Architecture
Solo Shoot
A Bestiary
Cash for Gold
Free Photographic Services
Sundown Apex
Double Garage Scene
Two Porsches
Passing
Blue Screen
Stranger

SELECTED PHOTOGRAPHS

 

SELECTED SINGLE-CHANNEL VIDEOS

 

PUBLIC ART

 

CURATING/PUBLISHING

 

INFO/CONTACT

Fraser Stables is an artist and Associate Professor in the Department of Art at Smith College. He is Co-Director at Atopia Projects, a curatorial and publishing organization. His work is represented by Georgia Scherman Projects.

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2013 A Bestiary; Georgia Scherman Projects, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
2013 A Bestiary; Oresman Gallery, Smith College, Northampton, MA
2011 Toronto International Art Fair; solo project for Georgia Scherman Project, Toronto, Canada
2010 New Tattoos; Rice University Media Center, Houston, TX
2010 Free Photographic Services; Paper Kite Gallery, Kingston, PA
2010 Glass House; Projectspace, Skaftfell Center for Visual Art, Seyðisfjörður, Iceland; (window installation)
2010 Twin Towers; PK show[case], Paper Kite Gallery, Kingston, PA; (window installation)
2009 No Mercy; Galerie IFF, Aix-en-Provence, France
2007 Solo Shoot; Georgia Scherman Projects, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
2006 Solo Shoot; Georgia Scherman Projects, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
2005 Tes Starz; Galerie Weissraum, Kyoto, Japan
2004 Solo Shoot; Blaffer Gallery, the Art Museum of the University of Houston, Houston, TX
2003 Screen Images; Devin Borden Hiram Butler Gallery, Houston, TX
2002 Sundown Apex; Devin Borden Hiram Butler Gallery, Houston, TX
2002 Double Garage Scene; FotoFest, Houston, TX
2001 Two Stages; Hamilton Artists Inc, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
2001 Scapes; Devin Borden Hiram Butler Gallery, Houston, TX
2000 Two Porsches; Sleeper, Edinburgh, Scotland
1998 Atopia; Pekao Gallery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS AND PROJECTS
2016 Cash for Gold: Atlantic City; postcard edition with Brett Davidson; commissioned by Ferrario International Printing
2015 Recent Aquisitions; Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Canada
2014, 15 Cash for Gold; The Essayist; series of online projects with Brett Davidson
2014 How the Light Gets In: Recent Work by Former Core Fellows; Glassell School of Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX
2013 Group Exhibition; Georgia Scherman Projects, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
2013 The Culture of Curation; Culturehall; Feature Issue 97 (online exhibition, curated by Cindy Rucker and Brad Silk)
2010 WHOEVER YOU ARE; Number 35, NY, NY
2010 Le Deuil; Galerie IFF, Marseilles, France
2010 Brick and Mortar International Video Art Festival; Greenfield, MA
2010 A Reluctant Apparition; Sue Scott Gallery, NY, NY
2009 Learning by Doing: 25 Years of the Core Program at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX
2009 A Group Show; Georgia Scherman Projects, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
2009 True Lies; Georgia Scherman Projects, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
2008 Contemporary Photographs; Miriam Shiell, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
2007 Toronto International Art Fair; exhibited with Georgia Scherman Projects
2007 Titles (an exhibition of Artists’ book works); offsite exhibition organized by WayupWayDown collective in conjunction with University Gallery, University of Massachusetts Amherst (venues: Amherst Books, Amherst, MA; L’écume des Jours, Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
2007 Putting Figures on Paper; Georgia Scherman Projects, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
2007 Saturn Falling; The Corridor, Reykjavík, Iceland
2006 (un)natural selections; Georgia Scherman Projects, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
2004 Rock; Mark Moore Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
2004 moblog/enter; web-based exhibition, www.moblog.ca curated by Susan Douglas
2003 Faculty 2003; Bell Gallery, List Art Center, Brown University, Providence, RI
2003 Allegories of Cinema; Jack S. Blanton Museum of Art, University of Texas at Austin, TX
2002 Hard Core; Galveston Art Center, Galveston, TX
2002 Video: Dialogue on Narrative & Abstraction; Stux Gallery, New York, NY
2002 Real Time; TFAA, Austin, TX (publication)
2001 Wall Works; Genesis Park, Houston, TX (organized by Devin Borden Hiram Butler Gallery)
2001 Core 2001; Glassell School of Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX (catalogue)
2000 The Big Show; Lawndale Art Center, Houston, TX
2000 The Artist Remembered; Chenevert Green, Houston, TX
2000 Core 2000; Glassell School of Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX (catalogue)
2000 The Very Thing; Dalhousie Art Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada (catalogue)
2000 Still Life; Gallery 44, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (publication)
1999 Alfresco; Angell Gallery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
1999 The Shed; Collins Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland (CD-ROM)
1999 Cluster; Pekao Gallery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
1998 Works For The Ideal Home; Art Metropole, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (publication)
1998 As It Seems To Be; Pekao Gallery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada


PUBLIC ART COMMISSIONS
2010 • Finalist, Dream 2.0, Northampton, MA (in collaboration with James Middlebrook and Eitan Mendelowitz)
2007 • Finalist, Verve Public Art Project, Toronto, Ontario (in collaboration with Margaret Priest)
2003–09 • Infinity Development, Toronto, Ontario (juried public art competition, won in collaboration with Margaret Priest)

 

SCREENINGS
2004 Pixilerations; juried digital video and film festival, Providence, RI
2003 Random Acts of Fitness; curated by Andrea Grover, Arora Picture Show, Houston
(venues: Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, IL; Heaven Gallery, Chicago, IL;mDiscount Cinema at the Empty Bottle, Chicago, IL)
2003 Come Forward: Experimental Film and Video in Texas; Dallas Museum of Art, TX


BIBLIOGRAPHY
2015 Huete, Betsy. “How the Light Gets In,” review, Glasstire (Jan 2015).
2014 Ferrario, Paola. “Fraser Stables,” review, Art in America (Jan 2014).
2013 Mierins. Krystina. “Ferocious Beasts,” interview, Magenta Magazine (Nov 2013)
2010 Gold, Dennis. “The Image of a Genius Among Us,” review, The Times Leader (Wilkes-Barre, PA; 01 Sept).
2010 Radio interview with Erika Funke, on the exhibition Free Photographic Services at Paper Kite Gallery.ArtScene, WVIA, NPR, broadcast Friday August, 13.
2008 Hacklin, Allan; Hecker, Rachel; Lawson, Thopmas, et al. “Learning by Doing: 25 Years of the Core Program,” The Museum of Fine Arts Houston, TX.
2004 Davidson, Brett, “The Cowboy Crashing,” catalogue essay, Fraser Stables: Solo Shoot, Blaffer Gallery, the Art Museum of the University of Houston, Houston, TX (January).
2004 Sultan, Terrie, interview, Fraser Stables: Solo Shoot, Blaffer Gallery (January).
2003 Poulson, Alex. “Oil be Damned: Houston Art,” feature, Dazed and Confused (Vol.2 Issue.8, December).
2003 Birringer, Johannes. “Remediation: Moving Towards the Digital,” review, Spot (Houston, TX; Winter 2003).
2003 Van Siclen, Bill. “Art Scene,” review, The Providence Journal (Providence, RI; 08 Sept).
2003 Talman, Stefan. “Faculty Exhibition,” review, The Brown Daily Herald (Providence, RI; 08 Sept).
2002 Dumbadze, Alexander. “Real Time,” publication essay, Real Time, TFAA, Austin, TX (April).
2002 Morrison, Gavin. “Beyond a Descriptive Metaphysics,” catalogue essay, FotoFest (March).
2002 van Ryzin, Jeanne Claire. “The Framing of a Fictional Film in ‘Real Time’,” review, Austin American Statesman (Austin, Texas; 02 May; p35).
2001 Hutchinson, Nora. “Two Stages,” publication essay, Two Stages, Hamilton Artists Inc. (July).
2001 Kalil, Susie. “Core 2000-2001,” catalogue essay, Core 2001, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX (March).
2001 Morrison, Gavin. “Wall Works,” exhibition essay (Wall Works, Genesis Park, Houston, TX), <http://glasstire.com>
2000 Gibson-Garvey, Susan. “Meeting the Object,” catalogue essay, The Very Thing, Dalhousie Art Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada (January).
2000 Kalil, Susie. “2000 Core,” catalogue essay, Core 2000, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX (March).
2000 Marshall, Keith. “Coming into Focus,” catalogue essay, Core 2000, MFA,H, TX (March).
2000 Metcalfe, Robin. “The State of Things,” catalogue essay, The Very Thing (January).
2000 Rodney, Lee. “Still Life,” catalogue essay, Still Life, Gallery 44, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (January).
2000 Anspon, Catherine. “Glassell Core 2000,” review, <http://www.houston.sidewalk.citysearch.com> (03 April).
2000 Conwell, Donna. “Fraser Stables: Two Porsches,” review, The List (Edinburgh, Scotland; 30 November).
2000 Cameron, Neil. “Fraser Stables: Two Porsches,” Critic’s Choice, The Scotsman (Edinburgh, Scotland, 28 November).
2000 Colpitt, Frances. “Space City Takes Off, Report from Houston, “ Art in America (November).
2000 Mackey, Apama. “Featured Exhibits: Core 2000,” review, Exposition (Houston, TX; vol.3, no.2).
2000 Gopnik, Blake. “Remaking the World in our Image,” review, Globe and Mail (Toronto, Canada; 09 February).
1999 Coulter, Betsy. “In the Place of Passage,” publication essay, Atopia, Pekao Gallery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (June).
1998 MacKay, Gillian. “Works for the Ideal Home,” review, Globe and Mail (Toronto, Canada; 19 September).
1998 Jordan, Betty Ann. “Caught in Time and Space,” review, Globe and Mail (Toronto, Canada; 04 July).

1997 Metcalfe, Robin. “Public Order,” catalogue essay, Public Order, Art Gallery of Windsor, ON, Canada (July).