Ethan Crenson
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Ethan Crenson
Born in Baltimore, MD, 1970
Lives and works in New York City

Select Exhibitions
2007
Manipulations, Landmark Gallery, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas
Multiples and Editions, Front Room Gallery, New York
2006
Lost & Found, Amsterdam/New York, Art in General, New York
Amazeing Friends, Galleria Maze, Turin, Italy
2005
Photographs, collaboration with Amanda Alic, Brooklyn Arts Exchange, New York
Art in Odd Places, Howl Festival/Art in Odd Places, New York
2004
The Ballot Show, the Front Room Gallery, New York
Sellout!, Voorkamer Gallery, Lier, Belgium
T5, collaboration with Amanda Alic, Terminal 5 JFK Airport, New York
Grotto 2, Jessica Murray Projects, New York
2003
Amanda Alic and Ethan Crenson: The Collaborative Works, the Front Room, New York
Assembly, the Front Room, New York
2002
Thriller, Maze Project Room, Berlin, Germany
Grotto, Jessica Murray Projects, New York
Panopticon, the Front Room, New York
Lievemente Sospeso, Badoere di Morgano, Treviso, Italy
Window Shopping, Eyewash, New York
Framing My View, curated by Gigiotto del Vecchio, Galleria Maze, Turin, Italy
The Panorama Project, 69a, San Francisco, California; the Front Room, New York
Shorter Works, with Amanda Alic, Axis, New York
2001
Lite (opening performance), Roebling Hall, New York
Exquisite Day, Plus Ultra, New York
79.9 Megawatts, The Front Room, New York
2000
Ur an evening of Performance Video, The Front Room, New York
Special Projects, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, New York
Moving Image: 10 Years of Video from the School of Visual Arts, Anthology Film Archives, New York
1999
Group Exhibition, The Front Room, New York
Axlegrease, Squeaky Wheel, Buffalo Media Resources, Buffalo, New York
1998
Scope 2, Artists Space, New York
Bureikounisuru, JVC Victor Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Impakt Festival 1998, Panorama Program, Utrecht, The Netherlands
Fuzzy Logic, Art in General, New York
1998 New Arts Program Video Festival, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; TZ'Art & Co., New York; University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma; Art Gallery at Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsylvania; Allentown Art Museum, Allentown, Pennsylvania; Freedman Gallery at Albright College, Reading, Pennsylvania; IAAVC, Spring Valley, California
1997
Station to Station, curated by Tony Oursler and Gary Simmons, Artists Space, New York
The Art Exchange, Fotouhi Cramer Gallery, New York
An Evening of Original Works, The Stella Adler Theatre, New York
Eventworks, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, Massachusetts
1996
Scherzo, collaboration with Brian Block, Art in General, New York
Art Market, Gen Art, New York
New York International Video & New Media Festival, Orensanz Foundation, New York
The Baseball Show, Curt Marcus Gallery, New York
Exquisite Corpse Video, The Knitting Factory, New York
1995
A Random Selection of Five Young Artists, Retropictures Gallery, New York
When someone goes on a trip, he/she has something to tell about, goes the German saying..., Mark Goodson Theater, New York
Yard Sale, Retropictures Gallery, New York
1994
2009 Art School Conference, Camera Obscura School of Art, Tel Aviv, Israel

Bibliography
Dambrot, Shana Nys. "Gen Art". Hot Lava, vol. 3 no. 1 (August, 1996) pp. 44-49
Levin, Kim. "Gallery Reviews: The Baseball Show". The Village Voice, vol. 41 no. 30 (July 23, 1996) p. 9
Oursler, Tony with Gary Simmons. "Station to Station". Artists Space Newsletter, vol. 3, no. 4 (April/May 1997) p. 4-5
Strausbaugh, John. "Calender Listings: A Random Selection of Five Young Artists". The New York Press vol. 8, no. 24 (June 14, 1995) p. 36

Curator/Producer
Multiples and Editions, curator, ongoing program at the Front Room, New York
By Artificial Resemblance, co-curator, the Front Room, New York
Sellout!, co-curator, Voorkamer Gallery, Lier, Belgium
Banner Project, curator, ongoing project of installations at The Front Room, New York
Panopticon, curator, The Front Room, New York
Ur, curator, The Front Room, New York
The 1998 Video Room Video Festival, co-curator, Salon 75 Gallery & Galapagos, New York, May 1998
R, producer bi-monthly cable access program on Manhattan cable channel 69, from 1996-97

Performer/Set Design
2 or 3 Starts, 4 or 5 Outcomes, performer, conceived by Brian Block, House of Candles, New York, 1996
Downwinders, video set-design, Clubbed Thumb Theater Company, Here Theater, New York, 1999
Beach, video set-design, Clubbed Thumb Theater Company, Ohio Theater, New York, 2000
Hospital 2000, performer, Axis Theater, New York, 2000
Guy Said, performer, Axis Theater, New York, 2001
Hospital 2001, performer, Axis Theater, New York, 2001
Loading, performer, Axis Theater, New York, 2002
Hospital 2003, performer, Axis Theater, New York, 2001

Awards
Third Prize, Experimental Category, New Arts Program Video Festival, March, 1998
Experimental Television Center Finishing Funds Award, May 1997

Collections
Texas Tech University

Education
MFA 1995 School of Visual Arts
BA 1992 Connecticut College