HEIDE FASNACHT

EDUCATION
B.F.A Rhode Island School of Design
- Rome Prize (internship with Superstudio)
M.A. New York University

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2015 - Suspect Terrain, Socrates Sculpture Park, LIC, NY - May-Sept 2015. (catalogue)
2013 - Little Murders, Qbox Gallery, Athens, Greece
2012- Loot, Kent Fine Art, NYC
2009
- The ERR Project, Kent Gallery, NYC.
- Impermanent Collection, Qbox Gallery, Athens, Greece
2007
-In Transit, Bernard Toale Gallery, Boston
-New City, Kent Gallery, New York
2006
-Wild Blue 2001-2004, Pan American Gallery, Dallas
2005
-Jump Zone, Bernard Toale Gallery, Boston
-Drawn to Sublime. Kent Gallery, New York
2004
-Strange Attractors. Anderson Galleries, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond. Curated by Ted Potter
2003
-Galeria Trama, Barcelona, SP
-Precipitation. Kent Gallery, New York
2000
-New Sculptures and Drawings. Bill Maynes Gallery, NY
-Bernard Toale Gallery, Boston
-Blowup: Recent Sculpture and Drawings by Heide Fasnacht. Worchester Art Museum, Worchester, Mass.
1999
-Drawings. Hiestand Gallery, Miami Univ, Oxford, Ohio
-These Things Happen. Bill Maynes Gallery, New York
-Involuntary Actions. Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, N.C.
1997
-Fuzzy Logic. Bill Maynes Gallery, NY
1996
-Atlantic Center for the Arts, New Smyrna Beach, Fla.
-Bernard Toale Gallery, Boston
1994
-Ohio. Gallery 210, University of Missouri, St. Louis
1993
-Atelier Liechtenstein, Triesen
-RAM Galerie, Rotterdam
1992
-Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Cleveland, OH. Curated by David Rubin
1991
-Eugene Binder Gallery, Dallas
1990
-Germans van Eck Gallery, New York
-Dorothy Golden Gallery, Los Angeles
1989
-Germans van Eck Gallery, New York
-Hill Gallery, Birmingham, Mich.
1988 -Germans van Eck Gallery, New York
1987 -Saxon-Lee Gallery, Los Angeles
1986 -Hill Gallery, Birmingham, Mich.
1985 -Vanderwoude-Tananbaum Gallery, New York
1984 -Hill Gallery, Birmingham, Mich.
1983 -Vanderwoude-Tananbaum Gallery, New York
1982 -80 Washington Sq East Gallery, New York University
1981-Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Cleveland, OH
1979-Institute for Art and Urban Resources, P.S. 1, Long Island City, N.Y.


SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2017 -  -" Losing Ground: On holes and Other Absences". Art Centre, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK (exhibition and art, architecture and science conference). May. Upcoming publication in "Geohumanities"
-"Post-Election: Dodge Gallery, Hudson, NY. curated by Kristin Dodge and Kate Gilmore. Jan-Feb.
2016 -  "The Dream of Flight" Kunstmuseum Brandts, Odense, Denmark.
 - "Witness" Kent Fine Art, NYC. Publication.
Up Memory Lane, RAMGalerie, Rotterdam, Netherlands. Catalog.
2015
- The Scuptor's Eye, deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Lincoln, MA
- Pushing Boundaries, Kent Fine Art, NYC.
- Mom commando invincible, Qbox Gallery, Athens, Greece
Out of Rubble, Center for Art, Design, and Visual Culture, University of Maryland, Baltimore - curated by Susanne Slavick
2014
-
Disaster!
, Geoffery Young Gallery, Gr Barrington, MA
Invitational Exhibition, American Academy of Arts and Letters, NYC
- Revisiting Histories, Kent Fine Art, NYC
2012
- Cutting Losses, Allcott Gallery, UNC, Chapel Hill, NC - curated by Susanne Slavick
- Out of Rubble, Bowling Green University, OH - curated by Susanne Slavick
- Mind the Gap,  Kent Fine Art, NYC
- Hearing Pictures, Tang Museum, Saratoga Springs, N.Y. Curated by Megan Hyde
- Close Relations and a Few Black Sheep: Sculpture from the Permanent Collection, Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, N.C.
2011
- Twin, Twin, Pierogi Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2009
Preview Berlin, Tempelhof Airport, Berlin, Germany
- What Matters, Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA
2008
-Entre Le Chien Et Le Loup, Kent Gallery, New York City
-Styrofoam, The RISD Museum, RI
-American Academy of Arts and Letters Invitational, New York City
-Site 92, Smack Mellon, New York City
-Blown Away, Krannert Art Museum, Chicago, Il
-Drawing: A Broader Definition, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
2007
-Close Looking, Kent Gallery, New York City
-ARCO, Madrid, Spain
2006
-Twice Drawn, Tang Museum, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY
-Urban Cosmologies, Kent Gallery, New York City
-Invitational, National Academy of Design, New York City
-Recent Acquisitions: Prints and Drawings from Durer to Doig, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia
2005
-Drawn to Cleveland. Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland, Cleveland, OH
-Atomica: Making the Invisible Visible. Esso Gallery and Lombard-Freid Fine Arts, New York. Curated by Ombretta Agro Andruff
-Tableaux-écrans. Galerie les Filles du Calvaire, Paris & Brussels. Curated by Catherine Perret
- American Academy of Arts and Letters Invitational, New York City
2004
-Metamorphosis. John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygin, Wisc. Curated by Carmen Devine
-How Sculptors See. Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, Mass. Curated by Susan Stoops
2003
-Thinking in Line: A Survey of Contemporary Drawing, University Gallery, Gainesville. Fla. Curated by John Moore
-Perforations. McKenzie Fine Art, New York
-Sacred Waterways. Interfaith Center of New York. Curated by Tara Ruth
-Watermarks. Ethel H. Blum Gallery, College of the Atlantic, Bar Harbor, Maine
-Breaking Boundaries: Explorations and Collaborations at the Atlantic Center for the Arts. Ise Cultural Foundation, New York. Curated by Judith Paige
-Defying Gravity: Contemporary Art and Flight. North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh. Curated by Huston Paschel & Linda Johnson Dougherty
2002
-Drawing. New Jersey Center for the Arts, Summit
-Endless Summer. Kent Gallery, New York
-Looking at America. Yale Univ Art Gallery, New Haven, CT
-The Belles of Amherst. Mead Art Museum, Amherst College, Amherst, Mass.
-Assembly/Line: Works by Twentieth-Century Sculptors. Fairchild Gallery, Univ of Massachusetts, Amherst
2001
-Wet! Luise Ross Gallery, New York
-Energy Inside. Faulconer Gallery, Grinnell College, Iowa
-Kinds of Drawing. Herter Art Gallery, Amherst, Mass.
2000
-New Museum Benefit Auction, New York
-Photo & Video-Based Works. Galerie Brigitte Weiss, Zurich
-Rapture. Mass-Art, Bakalar & Huntington Galleries, Boston
-Drawings and Photographs. Benefit Exhibition, Matthew Marks Gallery, New York
1999
-Deliberate Velocity. Laura Mesaros Gallery, West Virginia University, Morgantown
-Fifteen. Lobby Gallery, Deutsche Bank, New York
-Lab Works. Islip Art Museum, East Islip, N.Y.
-Actual Size. Apex Art, New York
1998
-Seven-Year Itch. Ambrosino Gallery, Miami, Fla.
-Absolute Secret. David McKee Gallery, New York
-Sculpture and Sculptors’ Drawings. Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA
-Deep Thought Part Two. Basilico Fine Art, New York
-Hands and Minds: The Art and Writing of Young People in Twentieth-Century America. Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. Traveled to the Whitney Museum of American Art at the Equitable Center, NY
-Drawing the Conclusion. Dorsky Gallery, New York
Benefit Auction. Gay and Lesbian Alliance for Anti-Defamation, NY
1997
-Suspended Instants. Art in General and the Sculpture Center, New York
-Lancaster Festival Exhibition. Hammond Galleries, Lancaster, Ohio
-The Best of the Season. Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT.
1996
-Art on Paper. Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
1995
-Small and Wet. Bernard Toale Gallery, Boston
-Home is Where…, Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
1994
-Mapping. Museum of Modern Art, New York. Curated by Robert Storr
-Fabricated Nature. Boise Art Museum, Boise, Idaho. Traveled to the Virginia Beach Center for the Arts, Virginia Beach, and the University of Wyoming, Laramie
-Picasso to Christo: The Evolution of a Collection. Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, CA
-Low Tech: Cragg, Fasnacht, Lipski. Circa Gallery, University of Texas at Arlington
1993
-TZArt & Co., New York
-Fall/Winter. Johnson Atelier, Mercerville, N.J.
-Gallery Artists and Friends. Germans van Eck Gallery, NY
-25 Years. Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Cleveland, Ohio
-Material Identity – Sculpture Between Nature and Culture: Tony Cragg, Heide Fasnacht, Carol Hepper and Gene Highstein. Portland Art Museum, Portland, Ore.
-In Search of Form: Sculpture of John Duff, Heide Fasnacht, Anthony Gormley, Judith Shea and Mark Lere. Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
-A Grand Tour. Swiss Institute, New York
1992
-Rubber Soul. LedisFlam Gallery, New York
-Summer Group Exhibition. Germans van Eck Gallery, NY
-Hill Gallery, Birmingham, Mich.
1991
-Benefit Exhibition. New Museum of Contemporary Art, NY
-Another Dimension: Drawings by Six Contemporary Sculptors. MetLife Gallery, New York
-Dorothy Goldeen Gallery, Santa Monica, Calif.
-Benefit Exhibition. Sculpture Center, New York
-Fabricators. Grace Borgenicht Gallery, New York
-Hill Gallery, Birmingham, Mich.
-Wilkey Gallery, Seattle, Wash.
1990
-Contemporary Collectors. La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, La Jolla, CA
-Working of Paper: Contemporary American Drawings. High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Ga. Traveled to Berman Museum of Art, Collegeville, PA
-Socrates Sculpture Park, Long Island City, N.Y.
-Changing Perceptions: The Evolution of Twentieth-Century American Art. Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
-Hill Gallery, Birmingham, Mich.
1989
-Making Their Mark: Women Artists Move into the Mainstream, 1970-1985. Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, Ohio. Traveled to the New Orleans Museum of Art; Denver Art Museum; and Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia
-Lines of Vision: Drawings by Contemporary Women. Hillwood Art Gallery, Long Island University, Brookville, N.Y. Traveled to BlumHelman Warehouse, New York
-A Case for Plywood. Louise Ross Gallery, New York
-Sculptors Drawings. David Beitzel Gallery, New York
-Climate 89. Germans van Eck Gallery, New York
-Scatter. Shea and Becker Gallery, New York
-Visualizations on Paper: Drawing as a Primary Medium. Germans van Eck Gallery, New York
-Art on Paper 1989. Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
1988
-Lifeforms: Contemporary Organic Sculpture. Freedman Gallery, Albright College, Reading, PA
-Enclosing the Void: Seven Contemporary Sculptors. Whitney Museum of American Art at the Equitable Center, NY
-Figurative Impulses: Six Contemporary Sculptors. Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, CA
-A Contemporary Drawing Celebration: Exploring the Foundation of Sculpture. Zolla Lieberman Gallery, Chicago
-Strike. East Campus Gallery, Valencia Community College, Orlando, Fla.
-New Artists/New Drawings. Lyman Allyn Museum, New London, CT
-National Drawing Invitational. Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock
-Summer Group Exhibition. Germans van Eck Gallery, NY
-Scale (small). Rosa Esman Gallery, New York
1987
-Outside/In. Socrates Sculpture Park at Columbus Circle, NY
-Synthesis: An Aspect of Contemporary Thought. Fuller-Gross Gallery, San Francisco
-Black. Siegeltuch Gallery, New York
-Breaking Gound: Contemporary Women Sculptors. Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio
-Sculpture: Material Transformation. Rosa Esman Gallery, NY
-New York, Chicago, LA. Marion Deson Gallery, Chicago
-Alternative Supports. Bell Art Gallery, Brown University, Providence, R.I.
-Works on Paper. Tomoko Ligouri Gallery, New York
1986
-Sculpture on the Wall. Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT.
-Awards in the Visual Arts. 5. Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, N.C. Traveled to the Neuberger Museum, Purchase, N.Y.; Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, Ohio; and Norton Gallery of Art, West Palm Beach, Fla.
-Summer Invitational. Curt Marcus Gallery, New York
-Archaic Echoes. Muhlenberg College for the Arts, Allentown, PA.
-After Nature. Germans van Eck Gallery, New York
-Wall Form. Saxon-Lee Gallery, Los Angeles
-The Sohio Collection. Morris Museum, Morristown, N.J.
1985
-Notion of Contemporary Surrealism. Vanderwoude-Tananbaum Gallery, NY
-In Three Dimensions: Recent Sculpture by Women. Pratt Manhattan Center, New York
-Pastels. Nohra Haime Gallery, New York
1984
-Irregulars. Henry Street Settlement, New York
-Image and Mystery. Hill Gallery, Birmingham, Mich.
-New Spiritual Abstraction of the 80s. Nohra Haime Gallery,NY
-Review/Preview. Vanderwoude-Tananbaum Gallery, NY
1983-Varieties of Sculptural Ideas. Max Hutchinson Gallery,NY
1982-Sculptors’ Drawings. Max Hutchinson Gallery,NY
Pratt Gallery, Brooklyn
1980 Art on the Beach. Creative Time, New York
1978-Artists Books USA. Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art
1977-Documenta VI. Kassel

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
Aargauer Kunsthaus, Aarau, Switzerland
Anthea Art Investment Fund, Zug, Switzerland
Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock
Brooklyn Museum
Chase Manhattan Bank, New York
Chemical Bank, New York
Cincinnati Museum of Art, Cincinnati, Ohio
Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, Ohio
Dallas Museum of Art
deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, MA
Detroit Institute of Arts
Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA
Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Neuberger & Berman, New York
Norton Gallery of Art, West Palm Beach, FL
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Prudential-Bache Investments, New York
Prudential Life Insurance Company of America, Newark, N.J.
Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, Mass.
Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, CA
St. Louis Museum of Art, St. Louis, MO
Fundacio Sorigue, Lleida, Spain
Tang Museum, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY,  (work on extended loan)
Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minn.
Weatherspoon Museum of Art, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Worchester Art Museum, Worchester, MA
Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT
 
HONORS & AWARDS
 
2012/2013 - Publishing Residency, Lower East Side Printshop
2010 -Pollock-Krasner Foundation Fellowship
2007 -NYFA Fellowship, SCULPTURE
2006 -Montalvo Arts Center Fellowship
2005 -MacDowell Colony Fellowship
2004 -Artist in Residence, Pilchuck Glass School
-Virginia Commonwealth University Artist in Residence
2003 -Rockefeller Fellowship, Bellagio Study Center
2001 -Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Foundation Grant
1999 -Pollock-Krasner Foundation Fellowship
1998 -Artist in Residence, Isabella Stewart Gardiner Museum
1994 -National Endowment for the Arts Sculpture Fellowship
1993 -Atelier Liechtenstein Foundation Grant
1990 -John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship
-National Endowment for the Arts Sculpture Fellowship
1989 -Yaddo Fellowship
1986 -MacDowell Colony Fellowship
-Award in the Visual Arts, Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art
-Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Grant
1985 -Yaddo Fellowship
1984 -Edward Albee Foundation Grant
1983 -Athena Foundation Grant
1981 -MacDowell Colony Fellowship
1980 -Yaddo Fellowship
1979 -National Endowment for the Arts Planning Grant
1973 - Superstudio Internship, Florence, Italy

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
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-Alvis, Robert E. and Louise Myers Kawanda. Rapture. Ed. Lisa Tung. Exhibition catalogue. Boston: Massachusetts College of Art, Bakalar and Huntington Galleries, 2000.
-artnet News. "Sculptor Heide Fasnacht on the Ephemerality of Our Built Environment." Interview August 11, 2015. 
-Bass, Ruth. “Heide Fasnacht at Germans van Eck.” ARTNews, February 1991.
-Bayley, Simon, "A Pathognomy of Performance." Palgrave Macmillan, 2011. pp. 163-164.
-Bernstein, Judith H.“The Science of Terror and of Terra Firma.” Newsday, September 1999.
-Berry, Ian and Shear, Jack, eds. "Twice Drawn" Tang Museum, Skidmore College, Prestel Publishing, 2011. frontispiece, last page.
-Block, Holly and Claudia Calirman. Suspended Instants. Exhibition catalogue. New York: Art in General and the Sculpture Center, 1997.
-Bofill, Juan. “20 Anos de Estallidos o Explosiones.” La Vanguardia (Barcelona), 26 October 2003.
-Bomb Magazine, Summer 1989.
-Borum, Jennifer P. “Heide Fasnacht at Germans van Eck.” Artforum, March 1991.
-Brenson, Michael. “Heide Fasnacht at Germans van Eck.” New York Times, 6 May 1988.
________. “Private Images: Drawings by Sculptors.” New York Times, 2 November 1985.
________. “Sculptural Interiors.” New York Times, 18 November 1988.
-Bruno, Giuliana. Atlas of Emotion: Journeys in Art, Architecture, and Film. New York: Verso 2002. pg. 238, 405
-Bustard, Clarke. “Flash Point: Artist Captures Moments Full of Catastrophic Beauty.” Richmond Times-Dispatch, 3 October 2004.
-Cadena, Josep M. “Heide Fasnacht and the Fulfillment of the Instant.” El Periodico, 29 October 2003.
- Cook, Greg. "The RISD Museum Showcase 'Styrofoam'." The Phoenix, 25 March 2008.
- Cullen, Cathy. “Vantage Points: Three Works at Socrates Sculpture Park,” Hyperallergic, July 11, 2015.  http://hyperallergic.com/220987/vantage-points-three-works-at-socrates-sculpture-park/
-Curtis, Cathy. “Shaping Up: Heide Fasnacht.” Los Angeles Times, 23 February 1990.
-Doll, Nancy. Figurative Impulses. Exhibition catalogue. Santa Barbara: Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1988.
-Donohue, Marlena. Heide Fasnacht. Exhibition catalogue. New York: Germans van Eck Gallery, 1990.
-Ferguson, Robert . The Potent Image. Exhibition catalogue. Morristown, N.J.: Morris Museum, 1986.
-Frank, Peter. Los Angeles Weekly, 16 March 1990.
-Freedman, Matt. “Heide Fasnacht: Bill Maynes Gallery.” Review, 1 February 1997.
-Gambrell, Jamey. Awards in the Visual Arts 5. Exhibition catalogue. Winston-Salem, N.C.: Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, 1986.
-Glueck, Grace. “Heide Fasnacht: These Things Happen.” New York Times, 6 November 1998.
________. “Notions of Contemporary Surrealism.” New York Times, 12 July 1985.
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________. “Screens.” New York Times, 19 October 1982.
-Goodman, Jonathan. “Heide Fasnacht at Bill Maynes.” Art in America, October 1997.
________. “Actual Size, Apex Art, New York.” Art on Paper, July–August 1999.
-Gragg, Randy. “Between Mind and Body.” The Oregonian, 25 April 1993.
-Graze, Sue. Low Tech. Exhibition catalogue. Arlington: University of Texas, 1994.
-Gross, Jennifer and Susan Harris. Drawing the Question/Drawing a Conclusion. Exhibition catalogue. New York: Dorsky Gallery, 1998.
-Halpern, Max. “The Air Up There: Celebrating 100 Years of Man-Made Wings.” The Independent, (Raleigh), 26 November 2003.
-Handy, Ellen. Arts Magazine, September 1989.
-Harper, Glenn and Twylene Moyed eds. A Sculpture Reader: Contemporary Sculpture Since 1980. Washington:University of Washington Press 2006.
-Harrison, Helen A. “In Islip, Experimentation and Installation.” New York Times, 29 August 1999.
-Haus, Mary Ellen. “Heide Fasnacht and John Duff.” Interview, November 1988.
-Hayt-Atkins, Elizabeth. “The Anxiety of Influence.” Contemporanea, September 1990.
-Hebron, Patrick. “Both Sides Now: Bruce Conner’s Crossroads and Heide Fasnacht’s Explosion.” Bard College Journal of the Moving Image, no. 1, Spring 2005, pp. 45–49.
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-Hirsh, David. “Beyond Minimalism: Heide Fasnacht.” New York Native, 15 November 1994.
-Iverem, Esther. “A Blossoming of Sculpture” New York Newsday, 10 April 1990.
-Kachur, Lewis. “Sculptures Unbound Range.” Art International, Autumn 1989.
-Karlins, Dotty N.F. Artnet Magazine, 7 July 2003.
- Kelly, James J. The Sculptural Idea, Long Grove IL. Waveland Press, 2004.
- Kennedy, Louise. "The Artist's Response." Boston Globe, 8 September 2002.
-Kimmelman, Michael. “Critic’s Picks.” New York Times, 2 June 1989.
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-Klein, Ellen Lee. Arts Magazine, December 1982.
-Kocheiser, Thomas. Heide Fasnacht: Ohio. Exhibition catalogue. St. Louis : Gallery 210, University of Missouri, 1994.
________. Home is Where. . . Exhibition catalogue. Greensboro, N.C.: Weatherspoon Art Gallery, 1995.
-Larson, Kay. “Border Lines.” New York Magazine, 25 May 1987.
-Litt, Steven. “Sculptor Soars Artistically.” Cleveland Plain Dealer, 18 June 1992.
-Lubowsky, Susan. Enclosing the Void. Exhibition catalogue. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art at the Equitable Center, 1988.
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-Mahoney, Robert. “Heide Fasnacht at Germans Van Eck.” Arts Magazine, February 1991.
- McCoy, Mary Bucci. "Artists' COmmunities in the Northeast." Arts New England, June/July 2008.
-McDaniel, Craig and Robertson, Jean. "Themes of Contemporary Art: Visual Art After 1980". Oxford University Press. pp. 111-113, 145.
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-Nadelman, Cynthia. “The New American Sculpture.” Artnews, January 1984.
________. Archaic Echoes. Exhibition catalogue. Allentown, Penn.: Muhlenberg College, 1986.
________. “Gabo’s Progeny.” Artnews, December 1987.
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-Nesbitt, Peter. “Seeing is Not Believing.” South End News, 16 March 2000.-Nieuwenhuis, Marijn. "Heide Fasnacht 'Suspect Terrain'. Elemental Geography Blog: Stories about Water, Air, Fire, Earth and Politics. January 14, 2016.
-Newhall, Edith. “The New Fall Season.” New York Magazine, 9 September 1998.
________. “Holy Moly.” New York Magazine, 4 August, 2003.
-Omlin, Sibylle. “Nicht nach der Natur.” Neue Zuricher Zeitung, 12 January 2000.
-“Openings.” Art and Antiques, February 1989.
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-Paschal, Huston and Linda Johnson Dougherty. Defying Gravity: Contemporary Art and Flight. Exhibition catalogue. Raleigh: North Carolina Museum of Art, 2003.
-Princenthal, Nancy. Actual Size. Exhibition catalogue. New York: Apex Art, 1999.
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________. “Blast Zones: Heide Fasnacht’s Recent Drawings.” Art on Paper, September–October 1999.
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________. “A Case for Plywood.” New York Times, 28 April 1989.
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-Schaffner. Ingrid. Heide Fasnacht: Fuzzy Logic. Exhibition catalogue. NewYork: Bill Maynes Gallery, 1995.
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_________, "Demolition: The Afterdrawing of Architecture," Drawing is/Not Building, Adam Art Gallery, New Zealand, 2016. Ed. Barton, Christina, Sarah Treadwell, & Simon Twose. Pp. 80-81 (Image)
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SELECTED LECTURES, VISITING ARTIST, and PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT
2016                 - Yale School of Architecture, Visiting Critic
2014                 - Roger Williams University, RI, Studio Visit
2012                 - School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MFA Studio Critiques, Lecture
2011                 - Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA, MFA Studio Critiques, Lecture
2009                 - Rutgers University, NJ - MFA Studio Critiques, Lecture
2005                 - Southern Methodist University, TX – MFA Studio Critiques, Lecture
2004                 - Virginia Commonwealth University, VA – MFA Sculpture Critiques, Lecture
2002 and 1998    - Yale University, CT – Lecture
2002                 - Southern Conneticut State University, CT – Lecture
2001                 - Pennsylvania Academy of the Arts, PA – BFA Critiques, Lecture
1998                 - Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, MA
                        - Kansas City Art Institute, MO – MFA Studio Critiques, Lecture
                        - Pratt Institute, NY – MFA Final Critiques
                        - Miami University, OH - MFA Studio Critiques, Lecture
1997                 - Tyler School of Art, PA - MFA Studio Critiques, Lecture
1990                 - Whitney Museum of Art, NY – Art Talk
1985 and 1987    - Rhode Island School of Art, RI - MFA Studio Critiques, Lecture
1984                 - Cranbrook Academy of Art, MI - MFA Studio Critiques, Lecture
1981                 - Cleveland Institute of Art, OH – Lecture
 
TEACHING
1995 – Present    - Part-Time Assistant Professor, Parsons the New School for Design: Fine Arts
BFA Topics in 2D, Topics in 3D, Senior Concentration, Drawing, Sculpture
1996                 - Master Artist, Atlantic Center for the Arts
                        - Visiting Artist (Spring Semester), UNCG Greensboro: MFA Studio Class
1994-1995          - Visiting Artist, Harvard University: Sculpture I, Sculpture II
1994                 - Visiting Artist (Spring Semester), UNCG Chapel Hill: MFA Critique Class, Intro to Sculpture
1991                 - Visiting Artist (Spring Semester), Claremont Graduate School: MFA
1990                 - Sabbatical Replacement for Charles Ray, UCLA: MFA Critique Module, Beginning Sculpture
1989-1991          - Instructor, Parson’s School of Design: MFA
1993 & 1987      - Instructor, Princeton University: Sculpture for non-majors
1985                 - Visiting Artist (Spring Semester), Maryland Institute College of Art: MFA Critique Class
1997 – 1986       - Instructor, SUNY Purchase: Sculpture I and II, Foundation Drawing,
  Advanced Drawing, Field Trips
 
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