ABOUT

RESUME: DOUG HENRY

HENRY BROTHERS STUDIO 3722 Brilliant Place  Los Angeles, CA 90065

Tel. 323 255 3238 Fax 323 478 1595  Cel. 213 308 0529  E-mail henrybros@adelphia.net  www.henrybrothersstudio.com

Biography

Born:                    9/14/1954 in Las Vegas Nevada

Education:            M.F.A. Otis Art Institute 1978

                             B.F.A. Otis Art Institute 1976

Exhibitions/Screenings

2019    RECENT BEST IDEAS as-is, Los Angeles, CA  Curated by Tom Jimmerson

2019    The Archival Impulse: 40 Years at LACE Curated by Matias Viegener with Exhibition Design by Jeff Cain with a video seclection by Anne Bray

2018    The Archival Impulse: 40 Years at LACE Curated by Matias Viegener with Exhibition Design by Jeff Cain with a video seclection by Anne Bray

2017    A TOW TRUCK TOWING A TOW TRUCK, group show at as-is,  Los Angeles, CA curated by Tom Jimmerson

2016    CINEMISTICA, Festival,  Granada, Spain, Manuel Polls Pelaz, Director

2016    ANTIMATTER, media art,  Victoria, BC, CANADA, Deborah de Boer, Curator, Todd Eacrett, Director

2016    XIV CINE POBRE FILM FESTIVAL, cine pobre.org

2015    CINESINÛ, muestra audiovisual, Monteria, Colombia, Carlos David Durango Peña, festival director

2012    SASSAS FIX-IT-UP SHOW at Blum & Poe, Culver City, CA

2011    PICTURE THIS,  in the series PROJECTIONS at the Romer Young Gallery, San Francisco, CA. Curated by John Pearson

2011    UNIVERSE CITY, group show, Fine Arts Gallery, California State University Los Angeles,  Los Angeles, Ca

2010    AN EVENING OF LIGHT, SPACE, SOUND, UCR Culver Center of the Arts, Riverside, California. Organized by Gabie Strong

2010    NOISE, experimental sound and images, composer: Gregory Lenczycki video: Doug Henry & Joe Potts, organized by Wm. Harrington,

            Highways, Santa Monica, CA

2009    THE NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL, festival director, Richard Peña, Lincoln Center, New York, NY

2009    ONE MINUTE film/video festival, Aarau, Switzerland

2009    TELETHON REVISITED Joe Potts, LAFMS 24 hour live web cast from Otis College of Art and Design, a co-production of Otis and SASSAS,

             Los Angeles, CA

2008    MOGILITY, Doug Henry & Joe Potts Side Street Projects, Pasadena, CA.  Curated by Barry Markowitz

2008    LAFMS, Curated by T. Sakaguchi, Fukugan Gallery, Osaka, Japan

2008    STILL LIFE WITH DANCER, Joe Potts & Doug Henry at Cardwell Jimmerson Contemporary Art, Culver City, CA.

2008    THE LAMENT PROJECT, Viralnet.net, Center for Integrated Media, Cal Arts

2008    KRAAK Festival 2008, Brussels, Belgium

2007    ANTIMATTER Underground Film Festival, Victoria B.C., Canada

2007    HERE TODAY, GONE TOMORROW, Fst Forward, Antwerp, Belgium

2007    NEXT FESTIVAL 007, Vilnius, Lithuania

2006    PUBLIC STORAGE TEMPLE HOSPITAL, Curated by John Pearson, Mandrake, Los Angeles

2006    THE COLLABORATORS, Curated by Ron Linden, Warschaw Gallery, San Pedro

2006    DAY FOR NIGHT, the 2006 WHITNEY BIENNIAL, Curated by Chrissie Iles and Philippe Vergne  Whitney Museum of American Art,

            New York, NY

2004    VIPER BASEL, Kunsthalle Basel and Cult Kino, Basel Switzerland

2004    SPARK VIDEO INTERNATIONAL SYRACUSE: BEST OF 2003/4 Spark Syracuse, N.Y.

2004    INDEPENDENT EXPOSURE, Microcinema International, curated by Joel S. Bachar, San Francisco, CA

2003    NEXT 5 MINUTES Festival of Tactical Media, Coordinated by Rebecca Wilson, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

2002    NOCTURNAL VIDEO, Curated by Skip Arnold, Christine Koenig Gallery, Vienna, Austria

2001    Wet & Dry,  Curated by Ian Haig and Dominic Redfern, Treasury Theatre, in association with The Centre for Contemporary

            Photography, Melbourne, Australia

2000    REDundant Gothic Corridors, a set constructed in the gallery at

            Harbor College, Director, Ron Linden, Willmington, CA

2000    THE Exploding Cinema, Programmed by Paul Tarrago, London, England

1999    Offline, Internet and Cable TV network www.offlinenetworks.org

1999    SON OF… Programmed by Peter Mitchell, 911 Media Arts, Seattle, Washington

1999    VIDEODROME, The New Museum of Contemporary Art, Curated by Dan Cameron, New York, NY

1999    VOLCANO FESTIVAL, The Exploding Cinema, London, England

1998    ATTACK OF THE KILLER ART FILMS, 911 Media Arts, Programmed by Peter Mitchell Seattle, Washington

1998    The Exploding Cinema, Programmedby Paul Tarrago, London, England

1998    IN MEDIA RES, The Pacific Film Achieve, Programmed by Steve Seid Berkeley, CA

1997/8   SUNSHINE AND NOIR, Traveling Exhibition, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark,  Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Germany,

               Castello di Rivoli, Italy and the UCLA Armand Hammer Museum of Art, Los Angeles

1997    (SAMPLER 2), W 139 ARTIST SPACE, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

1997    DALLAS VIDEO FESTIVAL, Organized by Bart, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX

1996    100 YEARS OF MOVING IMAGES THROUGH ART,  Curated by Jim Shaw & Marnie Weber Los Angeles Contemporary

            Exhibitions, Los Angeles, CA

1996    ARTS FESTIVAL OF ATLANTA, Atlanta, GA

1996    NEW YORK VIDEO FESTIVAL, Programmed by Gavin Smith, Lincoln Center, New York, NY

1996    Video Cafe, Groningen, TheNetherlands

1996    WORLD WIDE VIDEO FESTIVAL, The Haag, The Netherlands

1996    (Sampler 2) Rotterdam Film Festival, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

1996    SAMPLER 2 Curated by Diana Thater David Zwirner Gallery, New York, NY

1995    NEW CALIFORNIA VIDEO 1995-96 Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA

1993    INTERATIONAL NETWORKER CULTURE,  University of Texas, Richardson, TX

1992    AXLEGREASE, cable TV show, Buffalo Media Resources, Buffalo, NY

1989    ALTERNATIVE FILM AND VIDEO SERIES,  University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY

1989    4th ANNUALE  Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles, CA

1989    The American Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

1988    Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA

1988    DVNTV,  cable TV show Cable 6, Baltimore, MD

1980’s    TVC I TOKYO GHOST BROADCASTS,  Pirate TV transmissions Curated by

              John Duncan, Tokyo,  Japan

1987    NEW FILMMAKERS SHOWCASE Collective for Living Cinema, New York, NY

1987    X=ART, West HollyNvood, CA

1985    Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles, CA

1984    EZTV, West Hollywood, CA

1983    AL‘s Bar, Los Angeles, CA

1978    FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY  Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles., CA

 

Grants and Awards

1996 ARTMATTERS FELLOWSHIPArt Matters lnc

1993 OPEN CHANNELS PRODUCTION GRANT, Long Beach Museum of Art

1987 ARTIST ACCESS AWARD, Long Beach Museum of Art

 

Bibliography

2008  Dambrot, Shana Nys, Doug Henry & Joe Potts, Flovorpill, August 2008

2008  Ollman, Leah, “Cubist Videos End in Tedium” Los Angeles Times, August 22, 2008

2007  ANTIMATTER Underground Film Festival, Program/Catalog, 2007, pg. 28

2006  DAY for NIGHT, the 2006 Whitney Biennial Catalog, 2006

2004  VIPER BASEL, Exhibition Catalogue, 2004 p.78

1997-8 SUNSHINE & NOIR, Exhibition Catalog, 1997, p. 135

1997  DALLAS VIDEO FESTIVAL, Program/Catalogue, Dallas TX, 1997,I). 28

1996  Smith, Roberta, “Sampler 2”, The New York Times, January 26, 1996.

         Murray, Steve, “Despite Some Detours, Fest Has engaging videos” Atlanta Herald,

         September 24, 1996.

ARTS FESTIVAL of ATLANTA, exhibition catalogue, Atlanta GA 1996, p. 68.

WORLD WIDE VIDEO FESTIVAL, exhibition catalogue, The Hague, 1996, pgs. 72,73.

ZAPP Magazine, quarterly on video

 1995  NEW CALIFORNIA VIDEO 1994-95″ Long Beach Museum of Art Quarterly,

            Summer 1995.

Ise’, Claudine, “NEW CALIFORNIA VIDEO 94-95 ” at the LONG BEACH Museum

of ART,” Artweek, September, 1995 p. 25,26.

Curtis, Cathy, “Viola” Los Angeles Times, July 4th 1995, 1).  F12.

Frank,L, Peter, “Video Pick of the Week,” LA WEEKLY, August, 1995.

 

Guest Artist & Lecturer

2003

Long Beach City College

1990

University of California, Irvine

 

Teaching Positions

1995

Vietnamese Buddhist Temple, Los Angeles

ESL instructor