B. THOM STEVENSON

Born 1985, Worcester, MA

Lives and works in Worcester, MA

 

EDUCATION

2009 BFA, Savannah College of Art and Design

 

 

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2021

Tennis Elbow,The Journal Gallery, New York, US

 

2020

Sunrise FM, V1 Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark

 

2019

American Landscapes, Commune Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

 

2018
Metaphors of the human Image, Los Angeles, California, US

 

2017

Tangerine Society, V1 Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark

 

2016

Delirious Conversations, V1 Gallery, Copenhagen, DK

 

2015

Schödinger´s Pool, Site Specific Installation, Half Gallery, New York, New York, US

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

 

2020 

100 Sculptures, NO Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, US

High Five, group show, co-curated by Juxtapose Magazine, Commune, Tokyo, Japan

Miracle Seltzer, exhibition curated by Jason S. Wright and B. Thom Stevenson

TBT, Group show, Ame Nue, Hamburg, Germany

TBT, two-person exhibition with Nina Hartman, Norfolk, Virginia, US

MINE IV, V1 Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark

 

 

2019 

Mine III, V1 Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark

Playdate, New Image Art, Los Angeles, CA, US

Good Taste, curated by Paige Silveria, Los Angeles, CA, US

2018 

Mine II, V1 Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark

Ashtray Show, Fisher Parish, Brooklyn, New York, US

100 Sculptures, Anonymous Gallery, Mexico City, MX

Canvas Koorts, De VLIEG, Haarlem, Netherlands

 

2017

MINE, V1 Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark

Riot Act, Gangway, Newport, Rhode Island, US

Stand Still, Allouche Gallery, New York, New York, US

Bone White Burial, Greenpoint Terminal Gallery, Brooklyn, New York, US

The End, Alt-Esc, Brooklyn, New York, US

CHART Art Fair, V1 Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark

Frieze Art Fair, with Various Small Fires, New York, US

The Paperweight Show, Fisher Parrish, Brooklyn, New York, US

 

2016

Television, 99cent Gallery, curated by B. Thom Stevenson, New York, US

Grind, Various Small Fires, Los Angeles, California, US

NADA, The Pit, New York, US

Collective Design Fair, 99cent Gallery, Curated by Zoe Alexander Fisher, New York, US

Mary T. Smith & B. Thom Stevenson, Shrine, New York, US

Three Dancers, Porch Museum, curated by Brendan Lynch, New York, US

Ryobi Room 6, curated by B. Thom Stevenson, Brooklyn, New York, US

Spring Break Art Show, Curated by Alex McQuilkin & Andy Mister, New York, US

The Lamp Show, 99cent Gallery, Curated by Zoe Alexander Fisher, Brooklyn, New York, US

Subcurrent, Galerie Manqué, Brooklyn, New York, US

Raw Power, Castor Gallery, New York, US

 

2015

Days Have Gone By, Galerie Manqué, Brooklyn, New York, US

Under Heavy Manners, curated by Cali Thornhill DeWitt, V1 Gallery, Copenhagen, DK

Surface Tension, New Baroque, Lexington, Kentucky, US

Ryobi Room 5, curated by B. Thom Stevenson Brooklyn, New York, US

New York Art Book Fair, Half Gallery, MoMA PS1, New York, US

Sorry Archive, Bindle Group Show, Hood Gallery, Brooklyn, New York, US

Freedom Culture, Curated by Graham Collins, The Journal Gallery, Brooklyn, New York, US

Colors, Louis B. James, New York, US

NEWD Art Show, curated by Green Point Terminal Gallery, Brooklyn, New York, US

New Release, with Philip Ashley, Curated by Erin Goldberger, New York, US

SLAM SECTION, Curated by Leo Fitzpack, Steinsland Berliner, Stockholm, SE

Show #25, Curated by Olivia Smith, Field Projects, New York, US

Ryobi Room 4, curated by B. Thom Stevenson Brooklyn, New York, US

Spring Break Art Show, Green, Curated by Erin Goldberger & RJ Supa, New York, US

 

2014

Select Art Fair, Sorry Archive, Miami Beach, Florida, US

Ryobi Room Miami, curated by B. Thom Stevenson Deauville Resort, Miami Beach, Florida, US

Beyond the Pale, Curated by Sam Mckiness, Interstate Projects, Brooklyn, New York, US

Ryobi Room PART 2, curated by B. Thom Stevenson, Brooklyn, New York, US

Dog Fight at the Ryobi Room, curated by B. Thom Stevenson, Brooklyn, New York, US

It’s an Invasion, Curated by Lele Saveri, National Arts Club, New York, New York, US

Starving in the Middle of Nowhere, Werkarts, Los Angeles, California, US

99cents Show, Curated by Signal Gallery, 99cents Gallery, Brroklyn, New York, US

Postcards From the Edge, Curated by Visual A.I.D.S., Luhring Augustine, New York, New York, US

 

2013

The Newsstand, Brooklyn, New York, US

 

2012

War Wagon Installation, Bushwick Open Studios, Brooklyn, New York, US

No Time For Prayers, Book signing, Bookmarc, New York, New York, US

No Time For Prayers, Book signing, Marc Jacobs, Bal Harbour, Florida, US

 

2011

CD Rom Com, Envoy Gallery, New York, New York, US

Gawker Collage, New York, New York, US

 

 

SELECTED PROJECTS

2019

Miracle Seltzer, continuing project founded by Jason S. Wright and B. Thom Stevenson, New York, US

Marc Jacobs Runway Spring 2020, Graphic

Anyone X B. Thom Stevenson playing cards

Hermes, Las Vegas, US

 

2018 

Pathos (book Launch) at Community Service Los Angeles

Art for CL’s performance at the closing ceremony of 2018 Olympics

Sculpture Park at Mean Time, Brooklyn, New York

Junya Watanabe, Comme des Garçons,

 

 

SELECTED PRESS

2016

ABC Journal, Issue 2

Purple Magazine, “An Interview with B. Thom Stevenson”

Alldayeveryday Interview

Frontrunner Magazine Interview

ARTNEWS, All Lit Up

 

2015

MTV Redefine Interview

 

2014

Exhibition A, Collectors Interview with Natalia Sacasa

Purple Diary, “It’s an Invasion”

 

2013

Juxtapoz Magazine, “What’s Happening”

 

 

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

J.I.C. Survival Manual, A Reference Book for Surviving in the Post Internet World, release with FAMILY books in April 2020, Los Angeles Art Book Fair

 

2019

Man is the Ugliest Animal, published by Catalogue, New York, US

Pathos, self-published

 

2018

New Imaging, self-published

Poster Drawings, published by Commune Press, Tokyo, Japan

 

2016

Juridiction, Diane Inc. Melbourne, AU

Quilt, published by Commune Press, Tokyo, JP

GAS-S-S-S, self-published

 

2015

Understood in it’s Totality, self-published

Romance II, self-published

 

2014

It’s an Invasion, Catalogue, 8Ball Zines

Yonks 3, Skaters Official Zine

 

2013

Romance, self-published

 

2012
No Time for Prayers, Bookmarc Exclusive

B. Thom Stevenson, lives and works in Worcester, MA. B. Thom is a multifaceted artist who explores the intersections between subcultures by boiling down their artifacts in order to juxtapose them in visually impactful dialogues, pairing both original and sourced materials to form a unique vocabulary. His practice explores the use of language as imagery, and pictures as tools of ambiguous stimuli for the viewer.B. Thom Stevenson, lives and works in Worcester, MA. B. Thom is a multifaceted artist who explores the intersections between subcultures by boiling down their artifacts in order to juxtapose them in visually impactful dialogues, pairing both original and sourced materials to form a unique vocabulary. His practice explores the use of language as imagery, and pictures as tools of ambiguous stimuli for the viewer.