Bill Albertini
One-Person Exhibitions


Space Frame Redux, Martos Gallery, New York, USA


Structures & Facades, Martos Gallery, New York, USA


Liminal Cube, Holiday, Brooklyn, New York, USA


Memory Index, Alona Kagan Gallery, New York, USA


Dissecting Solaris, Temple Bar Galleries and Studios, Dublin, Ireland


Dissecting Solaris, Kagan Martos Gallery, New York, USA

Dissecting Solaris, Center for Visual Arts and Culture, University of Connecticut, Storrs, USA


Kagan Martos Gallery, New York, USA


CUBEDROP, E.S. Vandam, New York, USA


S.O.F.A, New York, USA


The Irongate Triptychs, Muranushi Lederman, New York, USA


New Work, Althea Viafora Gallery, New York, USA

New Work, Jacob Karpio Gallery, San José, Costa Rica

Fluid History: Sculpture by Bill Albertini, Kent State University Art Gallery, USA


New Work, Althea Viafora Gallery, New York, USA


White Room Program, White Columns, New York, USA

Group Exhibitions


The Land Of Zero, Crawford Art Gallery, Cork, Ireland


Doing and Undergoing, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York

Gravity of Sculpture Part II, Dorsky Gallery Curatorial Projects, LIC, New York


Imbue, LMAK Projects, New York


SC13, San Francisco Antique & Design Mall, San Francisco, California


The Word Is..., Gallery Maisonneuve, Paris, France

Summer show, Martos Gallery, New York, NY, USA

Mergers and Acquisitions, The Center for Contemporary Art, Curated by Stuart Horodner, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Cube Without a Cube, Christopher Henry Gallery, Curated by Bart de Konig Gans, New York NY, USA


The End(s) of Photography: Modeling The Photographic McDonough Museum of Art, Youngstown, Ohio, USA


Video killed the Painting Curated by Bart de Koning Gans, Yoshiko Matsumoto Gallery, Amsterdam, Holland


Dreaming of a more better future, Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland, Ohio, USA


Imagining Architecture, Center for Visual Arts and Culture, University of Connecticut, Storrs, USA

Imaging The Abstract, Feigen Contemporary, New York, USA Gallery Artist, Alona Kagan Gallery, New York, USA


Picnic, Kagan Martos Gallery, New York, USA


Painting Function: Making It Real, Cleveland, USA

Benefit Exibition, White Columns, New York, USA

Toys, Kagan Martos Gallery, New York, USA Nature, Kagan Martos Gallery, New York, USA

Working Digitally, Center for Visual Arts and Culture, University of Connecticut, Storrs, USA


Exquisite Corpulence, KX Gallery, Hamburg, Germany

Hey, you never know, curated by Kenny Schachter, New York, USA

Group Show, William Busta Gallery, Cleveland, Ohio, USA

Gallery Artists, Kagan Martos Gallery, New York, USA


Technophobia, CD-ROM produced by Dooley Le Cappelaine, New York, USA 1996
Sign Language, Polo Gallery, Edgewater, New Jersey, USA

Shadows of the Real, E.S. Vandam Gallery, New York, USA


Lost Boundaries, CD-Rom produced by Stroom hcbk, Hague Center for Visual Arts, Holland

Transatlantica, Museo Alejandro Otero, Caracas

Semaphore: Placing the Mark, curated by Bill Bace, New York, USA

Works for a Fun House, curated by Canning, Ostrow and Muranushi. E.S. Vandam, New York, USA


Sign Language, City Without Walls Gallery, Newark, USA

Group Show, Galeria Alternativa, Caracas

Group Show, Andrea Meza, Coral Gables


Transient Decor, curated by Saul Ostrow and Stuart Horodner, Roger Smith Hotel, New York, USA

Dirty Ornament, Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn, USA


Ten Steps, Muranushi Lederman and Horodner Romley Gallery, New York, USA

Man Alive, Dooley LeCapellaine, New York, USA

WFMU Music Art Convergence, Germans Van Eck Gallery, New York, USA

Group Show, Dooley LeCapellaine, New York, USA

The Wall Project, Sculpture Center, New York, USA

Benefit Exhibition, White Columns, New York, USA


Exquisite & Sublime, New Jersey Center for Visual Arts, Summit, NJ USA

Inherent Vice, The Center for Photography, Woodstock, New York, USA

July Fourth, Muranushi Lederman, New York, USA Value, curated by Muranushi, Lederman, Cullen and Mahoney. New York, USA


Group Show, Althea Viafora Gallery, New York, USA

Work on Paper, Paula Allen Gallery, New York, USA


Directors Invitational, Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art, Staten Island, USA

Erotifobia, Simon Watson Gallery, New York, USA

Positive Show, Jack Tilton Gallery, New York, USA

Sculpture, The Gallery, New York, USA

Gallery Artists, Althea Viafora Gallery, New York, USA

Frames of Reference, The Gallery, New York, USA

Update, White Columns, New York, USA

Act Up's Auction For Action, Simon Watson Gallery, New York, USA


Group Exhibition, John Davis Gallery, New York, USA

Directors Invitational, Snug Harbor, Staten Island, USA

Visiting Faculty Show, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, USA


Tenth Anniversary Exhibition, O.I.A., Staten Island, USA


South Beach III, Organization of Independent Artists, Staten Island, USA


Staff Exhibition, A&A Gallery, Yale School of Art, USA


Four Sculptors, Four Architects. The Norfolk Projects, Norfolk, Connecticut, USA


Malou '79, Brussels, Belgium

Group Show, Oliver Dowling Gallery, Dublin, Ireland

Student/Staff, N.C.A.D., Dublin, Ireland




David St.-Lascaux, "Bill Albertini Space Frame Redux", The Brooklyn Rail, April 2010.


Catherine Fox, "A mix that works together", The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 26, December, 2008

Karen Tauches, "Mergers and Acquisitions at the Contemporary", BurnAway, 22 December 2008.


Saul Ostrow. Bill Albertini at Holliday, Art In America May 2007 illus. Liminal Cube 2006


Shane McAdams. Bill Albertini, Holiday, Brooklyn Rail Oct.2006 illus. Liminal Cube 2006


David Lang. Artists on Artists: David Lang on Bill Albertini, BOMB Magazine Issue #89 Fall 2004

Saul Ostrow. Dissecting Solaris: Encoding and Deciphering the Imagined, Beyond Form: Architecture and Art in the Space of Media. (Lusitania Press)

Scott Weiland, "Solaris: Eclipsing Memory, Bill Albertini @ Alona Kagan Gallery", NY Arts, 22 May 2004.


Aiden Dunne, "A Voyage to Inner Space", The Irish Times, 20 March 2002 (illus., "20 0: 41 . 39 32")

Medb Ruane, "Wide Angle on Reality", The Sunday Times Culture Supplement, 24 Mar 2002 (Illus., "20 0: 41. 39 32")


Saul Ostrow, "The Real, the Symbolic and the Imagined: Making the Present Presentable", NY Arts, May 2001 (illus., "09 0;52.15 09", 2000, From Set Props to
Sculpture (Yellow Glass), 2000, 12 0;55.52 05, 2000) p.20.

Robert Mahoney, "Dissecting Solaris", Time Out, 29 March-5 April, 2001. (illus., "19 0; 31.10 04", 2001).


Scott Weiland, "Virtual2, Bill Albertini and Mariko Mori", NY Arts, June 1999, p. 32.


Joe Fyfe, "They Liked What They Saw at the Rotunda Gallery", The Phoenix, October 1993 (illus., Untitled, 1991).


Susan Tallman, "At Althea Viafora", Art In America, January 1992 (illus., Display, 1991) p. 121.

Dorothy Shinn, "Sculpture Show at Kent State Mocks Postmodernist Aesthetics", The Beacon Journal, 3 November 1991 (illus., Untitled, 1988).


Lawrence Chua, "High Prices Or Not, Today's Art Market Attracts New Collectors", The New York Times, 9 September 1990 (illus., Toaster, 1989) p. 54.

Robert Mahoney, "At Althea Viafora Gallery", Arts Magazine, April 1990 (illus., "Out of Order", 1989) p. 108.

Judd Tully, "Baroque-O-Vision", Cover Magazine, February 1990 (illus., Home Entertainment Center, 1989.) p. 10.


Michael Brenson, " At Althea Viafora Gallery", The New York Times, 5 January 1989 p. C29.

Michael J. Fressola, "Invitational Shows Diversity of Island Art", Staten Island Sunday Advance, 14 May 1989. p. E1

Vivian Raynor, "Sculpture Dominates a Show on S.I.", The New York Times, 7 May 1989. p. 26.

Michael J. Fressola, "A 'Very Adventurous' Exhibit Sunday", Staten Island Advance, 21 April 1989.

Michael Brenson, "Positive Show, Jack Tilton Gallery, New York", The New York Times, 24 February 1989.


Michael J. Fressola, "Newhouse: Bulletins from the Front Lines", Staten Island Advance, 12 February 1988. p. C12.


Michael Brenson, "City as Sculpture Garden: Seeing the New and Daring", The New York Times, 17 July 1987. p. C1.


Michael Brenson, "Di Suvero's Dream of a Sculpture Park Grows in Queens", The New York Times, 12 October 1986.

Michael Brenson, "A Bountiful Season in Outdoor Sculpture...", The New York Times, 18 July 1986. p. C1.

Exhibition Catalogues


Saul Ostrow, “Painting Function: Making It Real”, Spaces, Cleveland (illus. Cover, Pole Drop T riptych)


George J. Haas, “Sign Language”, Polo Gallery, Edgewater, NJ (illus., Sign Red/Yellow/Blue 1992)


Jacob Karpio, “Transatlantica”, Museo Alejandro Otero, Caracas (illus., Horodner Romley #1, 1995)

Bill Bace, “Semaphore: Placing the Mark”, Art Initiatives, New York (illus., Working Study for Untitled, 1995)


Maya Lin, “Yale Collects Yale. Yale University Art Gallery” (illus., Spin Out #4, 1991)

Robert Mahoney, “Inherent Vice: Old Photos”, Center for Photography at Woodstock, (illus.,
Decal, 1991 Verdun Proposal, 1990)


Robert Mahoney, “Fluid History: Sculpture”, Kent State University, (illus., cover, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20,).

Margaret R. Lunn, “Exquisite and Sublime”, New Jersey Center for the Arts (illus., Hang Up, 1990)


Bill Arning, “Update 1988-1989”, White Columns, New York (illus., Untitled, cover and interior).

John Perreault, “The Staten Island Invitational”, Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art, New York (illus., Shelved Prop, 1998).


Bill Albertini, “Perspecta 21”, The Yale Architectural Journal (illus., Redan III, 1983), p. 72.


Francoise Knops-Mortier, “Malou '79”, Brussels (illus., Untitled, 1978), p.160.



Yale School of Art, MFA, New Haven, CT, USA


Crawford College of Art, Cork, Ireland. NCEA Dip. AD


Ravensbourne College of Art & Design, England