Carl D'Alvia

Born Sleepy Hollow, N.Y., 1965 .
Lives and works in West Cornwall CT. and New York City.

Solo Exhibitions

2023 Pamela Salisbury Gallery, Sculpture, Hudson, N.Y.

2022 Galerie Hussenot, After Party, Paris, France.

2021 Hesse Flatow, Sometimes Sculpture Needs a Break, New York, N.Y.

2019 Galerie Papillon, Divergences, Paris, France.

2018 The Journal Gallery, Tennis Elbow, Brooklyn, N.Y.

2017 Jeff Bailey Gallery, Huddle, Hudson, N.Y.
         Nathalie Karg Gallery, Endless,New York, N.Y.
         Regina Rex, Endless, New York, N.Y.

2014 Gleichapel, Ceci N'Est Pas Une Caisse, Paris, France.

2013 Mulherin + Pollard, Cyclops, New York, N.Y.
2011 Operaunica, Rome, Italy.

2009 Galerie Van Der Stegen, Cryhappy, Paris, France.

2008 Derek Eller Gallery, Sculpture, New York, N.Y.

2007 G-Module, Natura Artis Magistra, Paris, France.

2006 Derek Eller Gallery, Project Room, New York, N.Y.

1998 Jessica Fredericks Gallery, Statuary, New York, N.Y.

Selected Group Exhibitions

2023 1053 Gallery, Flora and Fauna, Fleischmanns, N.Y. ( curated by Ryan   
         Steadman and Haley Mellin).

2022 The American Academy of Arts and Letters, Invitational Exhibition of      
         Visual Arts, New York, N.Y.
         Galleria Anna Marra, Postcard From New York-Part III (curated by Serena   
         Trizzino), Rome, Italy.

         Platform Project Space, Balance (curated by Elizabeth Hazan), Brooklyn,      

2021 Mother Gallery, Thinking of Things Inside ( with Marcy Hermansader),
         Beacon, N.Y.
        Galeria Hilario Galguera, Under A Loggia, Mexico City, Mexico 
        (curated by Ingrid Lundgren and George Newall).
        The Hole, Density Betrays Us, New York, N.Y. ( curated by Angela      
        Dufresne, Andrew Woolbright and Melissa Ragona)
        Anton Kern Gallery, The SHoo Sho, New York, N.Y.( curated by Julie    

2020 Mother Gallery, Mother Altar, Beacon, N.Y. (curated by Chie Fueki).
2019 deCordova Museum & Sculpture Park, The New England Biennial, Lincon,            
        MA. (curated by Sarah Montross).
        Domobaal, Backyard Sculpture, London, England (curated by Neil Gall and 
        David Gates).
        Drive-By Projects, Jalopies:A Tow Person Show, Watertown, MA.
        George Gallery, Further,Brooklyn, N.Y.
        Crush Curatorial, Surreality, New York, N.Y.
        Cathouse Proper, 1Ensemble, Brooklyn, N.Y.

2018Nathalie Karg Gallery, Distortions, New York, N.Y.
        Italian Cultural Institute, Now Here Is Nowhere, New York, N.Y. 
        (curated by Christian Caliandro).
        Honey Ramka, Depth Of Surface, Brooklyn, N.Y.

2017Hilde, Apollo On Earth, Los Angeles, CA.

2016 Helper Projects, Helper Projects, Brooklyn, N.Y. ( curated by Nicholas     
         Gridspace, False Deities, Brooklyn, N.Y. (curated by Jim Butler).
         Honey Ramka, Or Bust, Brooklyn, N.Y.
         Regina Rex, This Condition, New York, N.Y. (curated by Angelina       
         Katharine Mulherin Contemporary Art Projects, Jour De La    
         Marmotte/Winter Salon,
 Toronto, Canada.
2015 Kai Matsumiya, Foundation Barbin Presents:Redeux ( Sort Of), New York,         
         N.Y. ( curated by Lucky DeBellevue).
         Jeff Bailey, Eat A Peach, Hudson, N.Y.
         The Journal Gallery, Freedom Culture (curated by Graham Collins), New    
         York N.Y.
         Van Doren Waxter, Special Presentation, (curated by Paul Brainard),New  
         York, N.Y. 
         Junior Projects, Rock Hound Swap Meet (curated by Randy Wray), New    
         York, N.Y.
         Nathalie Karg Gallery, Summer 2015, New York, N.Y.
         James Barron Art, Cornwall Bohemia, Kent, CT.
2014 Musei Civici Ascoli Piceno/Galleria D'Arte Contemporanea Osvaldo Licini,
         Amalassunta Collaudi (curated by Christian Caliandro).
         MARS Milano, Agnese Guido/Carl D'Alvia/Filippo LaVaccara, Milan, Italy.
         Kunstraum t27, Upward Postive Leaders (curated LauraSantamaria)Berlin,    

2013 Castelluccio di Pienza, The Naturalists, (curated by Peter Benson Miller),      
         Chianciano Terme (Siena).  
         American Academy in Rome, The Idea of Realism,(curated by Christian    
         Caliandro and Carl D'Alvia), Rome, Italy.

2012  Katharine Mulherin Contemporary Art Projects, Tropic of Capricorn,    
Toronto, Canada.
          Mulherin+Pollard Gallery, Makin' It Natural, (curated by Katharine   
          Mulherin), , New York, NY.

2011  Galleries Goldstein at Goodhood,  I Pity Inanimate Objects,(curated by   
          Russell Maurice), 
London, England.
2010 The Rhode Island School of Design Museum, Collision, (curated by Jackie    
         Saccoccio), Providence, Rhode Island.
         The Wassaic Project, Bestiary, (curated by Sally Morgan, Liz Parks, Sally  
         Zunino), Wassaic, NY.
         Judi Rotenberg Gallery, Netherworld (curated by Kathleen O'Hara and Beth 
         Kantrowitz), Boston, MA.
         Galerie Van Der Stegen, HIDDEN, Paris, France.

2009 Wunderkammer, Titled/Untitled (curated by Alberto Dambruoso and Micol    
         Di Veroli), Rome, Italy.
         Morgan Lehman, Strangers In A Strange Land, Lakeville,CT.

2007 Massimo Carasi Arte Contemporanea/The Flat, Disarticulated Speech,   
         Milan, Italy.
         Gering and Lopez Gallery,  POPcentric , (curated by Michael Bevilacqua   
         and Sandra Gering),New York, N.Y.
2006 John Connelly Presents, Kamp 48 Let’s Go Kamping!!, New York, N.Y.
         Angell Gallery, New York Style (curated by David Hunt), Toronto, Canada.
         Deborah Colton Gallery, Houston, TX, The Hedonistic Imperative.

2005 Yerba Buena Art Center, Zine Unbound, San Francisco, California.
         Biagiotti Progetto Arte, Stars and Stripes, Florence, Italy.
         Jack the Pelican Presents, The Hedonistic Imperative, Brooklyn, N.Y.

2004 Feature Inc.,  Itsy Bitsy Spider, New York, N.Y.,
         Claire Oliver Fine Art, , The RISD Biennial, ( Curated by Shamim Momin),   
         New York , N.Y.
         Clifford/Smith Gallery, Speechless, Boston, MA.
         Galerie Michael Neff,  Sculpture Now, Frankfurt Main, Germany.
         North Haven Gallery, Leisure, North Haven, Maine.

2003 Feature Inc., Group Sculpture Show, New York, N.Y.
         Space 101, The Burnt Orange Heresy (curated by David Hunt), Brooklyn,  
         Lump Gallery/Projects, Lumpenedlyness ( curated by Hudson), Raleigh,   

2001 Derek Eller Gallery, Being There, New York, N.Y.
         Here, Smile, New York, N.Y.

2000 White Columns, Wine, Women & Wheels, (curated by Paul Ha), New York, 

1999 Baumgartner Galleries Inc, Loaf (curated by Steve DiBenedetto and     
         Manfred Baumgartner), New York, N.Y.

1996 Lauren Wittels Gallery, Carl D'Alvia and Judith Eisler, New York, N.Y.
         Curt Marcus Gallery, The Baseball Show, New York, N.Y.


2012-2013 The Rome Prize, Henry W. and Marian T. Mitchell Fellowship.             
                   American Academy in Rome.

2009 Civitella Ranieri, Umbertide, Italy.


1987 Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, R.I., BFA Sculpture.

1987 European Honors Program, Rhode Island School of Design, Rome,


Tristan Van Der Stegen, “Plus Que Geo” ( More Than Geo), Art    
         Presse, May (No.510).          

2021 Jerry Saltz, “Vulture Picks 25 Notable New Releases Over the Next 
         Two Weeks”, New York Magazine, June 21.

         Jacob Patrick Brooks, “Carl D’Alvia’s Wry Subversion”, Two Coats 
         of Paint, June 23.

          Andrea Scott, “Goings on About Town:Carl D’Alvia”, The New 

          Jonathan Goodman, “Carl D’Alvia”, Sculpture Magazine, Dec. 15th

2020  Will Heinrich, “2 Art Galleries to Explore From Home”, The New  
          New York Times , June 26.
          Sabrina Silamo, “Le Bestiaire Minimaliste”, La Revue de la
          Ceramique du Verre, January-February, p.58-59.

2018 Jillian Steinhauer, "What To See In New York Art Galleries This Week;    
         Distortions, The New York Times, August 3.

2017 John Yau, “Hair and Mushrooms, Gnarly Paint and Smooth Pours”,
         Hyperallergic, July, 22.
         Stephen Maine, “What Lies Beneath:Carl D’Alvia’s Buried Meanings”,     
          Hyperallergic. January 14.
          Carl D’Alvia by Laurie Simmons. “Statuary.Please Explain.”. Bomb. 
          January 18.

2013 "Cinque Mostre", Le Nuove Visoni a Stelle e Striscie, Mario DeCandia, Jan.        
         24-30, Trova Roma (La Repubblica).

2011"Generation Hippie Arte", Santa Nastro, Maxim ( Italia), July, Anno 14,    
2010 "Playing With Forms, Faces, and Figures", Cate McQuaid, The Boston 
          Globe, Jan. 20.
          "Titolo/Non Titolo?", Manuela Alessandra Filippi, Arte, Jan., p. 57.
2009 "Carl D'Alvia Asuka Ohsawa", Santa Nastro, Espoarte, Anno IX, no.56,  
2008 "D'Alvia/Del Rosario/Matyek/Khete, The Flat/Massimo Carasi Arte 
          Contemporanea, Milano, Arte e Critica, Feb., No.53.

2007 “POPcentric”, Time Out New York, issue 623, Sept.6-12, 2007.
         “Super Furry Animals”, Lodown Magazine, May-June, No. 56, p.22.

2006 “Unambiguous”, Artworld Digest, p.5
          Schulze, Troy. “Better Living through Silicone”, Houston Press (vol.
          18, no. 4, 2006), p.29

2004 “Stars & Stripes”, Flash Art, June-July, p.139.

2004 “Finding fascination in blots, splats, bubbles and shimmer”, The Boston
         Globe, May 14, Living/Arts.
2001 “Being There”, The New York Times, July 13, Art Guide, p. 32.

2000 “Loaf”, The New Yorker, “Goings on About Town/ Art”, December 27 &   
         January 3, p.22.

1999 “Loaf” Time Out New York, December 16 – 30, p.121

1998 "Carl D'Alvia at Jessica Fredericks", Tom Moody, Artforum, December, p.    
          "Fall Art Preview", Edith Newhall, New York Magazine, September 14, p. 

1996 "Carl D'Alvia/Judith Eisler", Stewart Servatar,  New York Press. March.
          "The Baseball Show", Grace Glueck, The New York Times, July 26, p.C23.

1994 "S.I.B. Swelling Itching Brain", Kim Levin, The Village Voice, July 3, p.