Nick

Van

Zanten

CV

1988  Born in Chicago, IL
Lives and works in Chicago, IL

Education

2018        MFA, University of Illinois at Chicago

2015-16   School of the Art Institute of Chicago

2011        BFA, Pratt Institute

Solo and Two-Person Exhibitions

2021        Random Access, Disguising Radiance, Syracuse, NY with Katie Hubbell

2020        Ugly, Easily Suede, Chicago, IL

2019        Roots & Culture, Bad Taste, Chicago, IL; with Edward Cabral

                Comfort Station, Cockaigne, Chicago, IL; with Malte Stiehl

2018        Paris London Hong Kong, It Gets Lonely in My Little Box, Chicago, IL

2017        Gallery 400 (Lobby Competition), It Had to be There, Chicago, IL

2015        Dawn Hunter Gallery, Anthony Cudahy/Nick Van Zanten, Brooklyn, NY; two-person show                          with Anthony Cudahy

2014        Creative Alliance, Not Too Close, Baltimore, MD; two-person show with                           Spencer Carmona

2013        Whitaker Gallery, Hood College, Projection, Frederick, MD

2012        Shoot the Lobster, It's Going Down, New York, NY

                Broad Street Gallery, Econography, Hartford, CT

2011        Pratt Institute, Recent Work, Brooklyn, NY

Selected Group Exhibitions

2021        Hot Wheelz Festival 2021, virtual

2020        Heaven, Relic, Remedy, and Ritual, Chicago, IL

2018        Gallery 400, Ain't Easy to Love and Harder to Hold, Chicago, IL

2017        The Sub-Mission, Submissive Exhibitions, Chicago, IL

2015        Pratt Institute, Every Now + Again, Brooklyn, NY

                Wassaic Project, Deep End, Wassaic, NY

                Fjord, Autocomplete/Manual Delete, Philadelphia, PA

2014        Work Detroit Gallery, University of Michigan, Visualizing Data: The Art of                           Information, Detroit, MI

                Trestle Projects, Grab Bag, Brooklyn, NY

2012        Shoot the Lobster, A La Carte, Minimal Art, New York, NY

                Windsor Art Center, Rough Around the Edges, Windsor, CT

2011        Martos Gallery, We Regret to Inform You There is Currently No Space or                           Place For Abstract Painting, New York, NY  

                Hadas Gallery, First Annual Student Group Exhibition, Brooklyn, NY

                Five Myles, Definitions, Brooklyn, NY

                Front Room Gallery, Ubiquitous Spring 2011, Brooklyn, NY

2010        Pratt Institute, Ubiquitous Fall 2010, Brooklyn, NY

2009        Pratt Institute, Pratt in Venice, Brooklyn, NY

Residencies and Fellowships

2019        Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, NY

2018        Institut für Alles Mögliche, Berlin, DE

                Fabric Workshop & Museum Apprenticeship, Philadelphia, PA

2014        Wassaic Artist Residency, Wassaic, NY

                Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT

2013        VCCA, Amherst, VA

2011        Fifth Year Fellowship, Trinity College, Hartford, CT

Bibliography

Romanov Grave, 'One Question/One Answer: Nick Van Zanten,' September 27, 2021

Kaitlyn Albrecht, LVL3 Artist of the Week, February 24, 2021

S. Nicole Lane, Sixty Inches From Center, 'Heaven Gallery: Relic, Ritual, and Remedy',
           August 22, 2020, online only

New American Paintings, Midwest Issue 125, August 2016.

Paddy Johnson, Art F City, 'Gloom, Doom, and Glory at the Wassaic Project',
           June 18, 2015, online only

Arvolyn Hill, Millbrook Independent, 'The Wassaic Project Opens with "Deep End"', June 15, 2015

Chip Schwartz, Knight Arts, 'The unexpected allure of a prefab, mass produced world at Fjord,'            January 15, 2015, online only

Susan Dunne, Hartford Courant, '"Rough Around the Edges" At Windsor
           Art Center', July 16 2012

Casey Ruble, Art in America, 'We Regret to Inform You', September 2011, pg. 130

Art Observed, June 16, 2011, online only