EDUCATION

1993    M.F.A., Sculpture, Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
1990    B.F.A., Sculpture, Washington University, St. Louis, MO
     

ONE- AND TWO-PERSON EXHIBITIONS

2012    "Sculpture," Feature Inc, New York
             "HOLLOW BLOCK," Gridspace, Brooklyn catalog available
2006    "Travaux Récents," g-module, Paris, France
2003    g-module, Paris, France
2002    “Recent Sculpture,” Feature Inc, New York
2000    Two-person show with John Torreano, Feature Inc, New York
             Two-person show with Marsha Cottrell, Gaga, New York
1999    Feature Inc, New York
 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2016   "Ontology of Influence: Ron Leax and Alumni Exhibition," Des Lee Gallery, St. Louis, MO
             "Old and New Dreams," Expo Chicago, Corbett vs. Dempsey
             "Amy Feldman, Lucio Fontana, Maximilian Schubert, Alan Wiener," 11R, New York
             "Objecty," Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York
2015    "Rock Hound Swap Meet," Junior Projects, New York
2014    "Frozen Karaoke," Outlet, Brooklyn, NY
              "LET'S GO LET GO," 33 Orchard, New York
              "eXergY," LABspace, Great Barrington, MA
2013    "On the Fence," Ursa Major, Great Barrington, MA
2012    "Punt," Feature Inc, New York
              "THING," curated by Susan Jennings, 406 Sharon-Goshen Turnpike, West Cornwall, CT
2010    "The Rule of Typical Things," Gregory Lind Gallery, San Francisco
2009    "Skulture," Feature Inc, New York
             "Shadows and Reflected Color for Sale," Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Santa Monica
2008    "White House Redux", Storefront for Art and Architecture, New York (catalog)
              "Begin Again Right Back Here," curated by B. Wurtz, White Columns, New York
              "Shit," Feature Inc, New York
              "g-salon," g-module, Paris
2006    “The Annual,” National Academy Museum, New York (catalog)
              "Dynasty," Gallery MC, New York (catalog)
2005    “The Sun Rises in the Evening,” Feature Inc, New York
             “Heavenly, or a Slice of White,” Hunter College Leubdorf Gallery, NewYork (catalog)
             “Solitude and Focus,” Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, CT (catalog)
2004    “Drawing Selected 2,” g-module, Paris, France
             “Winter White,” Clifford Smith Gallery, Boston
2003    “3-2-1,” with Lee Boroson and Tara Donovan, Gallery M, New York
2002    “Artists to Artists: A Decade of The Space Program,” An Exhibition of Works from The Space Program of
              The Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation, Ace Gallery, New York (catalog)
2001    “Emerging Artists Fellowship Exhibition,” Socrates Sculpture Park, Queens (catalog)
2000    “Hairy Forearm's Self-Referral,” Feature Inc, New York
1999    “Spaceship Earth,” Art in General, New York
1998    "Architecture, Architecture, Architecture," Hunter College Art Gallery, New York
             “Blunt Object,” The Smart Museum, Chicago (catalog)
             “Wall Work,” White Columns, New York
             “Tight: Sphincteric Ahratship,” Trans Hudson Gallery, New York
             “Science,” Feature Inc, New York
1997    “Blind Faith,” White Columns, New York
             “Plastered,” Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Santa Monica
              "A Closer Look," Arcadia College Art Gallery, Glenside, PA
              "Emerging Artists," PaceWildenstein Gallery, New York
1996    “Hers was a ghost face at the window in a dream; and then the glass pane turned it into a drowned face staring up
              from the bed of a clear river,” Feature Inc, New York

AWARDS AND RESIDENCIES

2006    The Elizabeth Waltrus Award for Sculpture, National Academy Museum
2003    Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris, Artist Residency
2002    The MacDowell Colony, Artist Residency
2001    John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, Fellowship
             Socrates Sculpture Park, Queens, Emerging Artist Fellowship
             The MacDowell Colony, Artist Residency
1994    The Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation, New York, Artist Residency
1993    La Napoule Art Foundation, La Napoule, France, Artist Residency
1991    Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Snowmass Village, Colorado, Artist Residency
1989    Skowhegan School, Skowhegan, Maine, Artist Residency
 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

2012   Carol Diehl, Exhibition Review, Art in America, October, p. 176-177
            Molly Heintz, The Structural Sculpture of Alan Wiener at Feature Inc., Architect's Newspaper Blog, June 29
2010   Jackson McDade, Skulture Vulture, ArtSlant.com, December 27
2007   Chris Bors, Report from Paris, Artnet Magazine, March 2
2006   Catherine Rigollet, Resine Sculptee, Air France Magazine, Cultural Latiiude Cultural Horizons, no. 116, December, p. 190 (image)
            Jean-Marie Dubois, Daniel Zeller / Alan Wiener, Paris Capitale, EXPOS galeries, November, p. 148 (image)
            Lance Esplund, The Academy Hedges its Bets, The New York Sun, May 18, p. 14
2003   Alicia Jara, Marsha Cottrell / Alan Wiener, Lapiz, No. 195, p. 82 (image)
2002   Lily Faust, Alan Wiener, The New York Art World, December, p. 6
            Interview, Q and A, Feature Inc, September 10
            Artists to Artists: A Decade of the Space Program, The Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation (image)
2001   Daniel Hendrick, Edgy Art is Alive and Well, Queens Chronicle, October 25 (image)
1999   Sarah Schmerler, Time Out New York, Review, February 25, p. 59 (image)
            Holland Cotter, Changes Aside, Soho is Still Very Much Soho, The New York Times, February 12, p. 33-35
            Erik Bakke, Studio Visit: Alan Wiener, New York Arts, February, p. 61 (image)
1998   Roberta Smith, Art in Review / Wall Work, The New York Times, June 12
            Holland Cotter, Art in Review / Blind Faith, The New York Times, January 9
            Cortenay Smith, Blunt Object, catalog essay, The Smart Museum of Art, Chicago (image)
1997   Edward Sozanski, Sparse Show Delivers with Unresolved Tension, Philadelphia Inquirer, January 31 (image)
            Richard Torchia, A Closer Look, catalog essay, Arcadia College (image)
            Robin Rice, White Noise: a show that rewards contemplation, Philadelphia City Paper, February 7, (image)