Steven Gagnon

American (1973)

About the artist:

Steven D. Gagnon was born in Fort Pierce, Florida in 1973. He studied in Europe for over a year while attending Pepperdine University. Upon his return to the United States, he studied for three years under artist, Natalie Nijinski. At age 22, he was granted an artist residency at Art Center South Florida in Miami Beach. Since 2005, this Miami based artist has created large scale multi-media works in Berlin and New York City as well as his hometown. Over the last decade, Gagnon has exhibited his work internationally in various museums and galleries. His serigraph, „The American Way“ was shown at the Federal Reserve Board in Washington, D.C. The piece was written up in Wall Street Journal and later published on the newsstand cover wrap of Harper’s Magazine. It was featured in a national touring group exhibition that went to the Naples Museum of Art, the Palm Springs Desert Museum, the Museum of American Numismatic Association, the Blanden Memorial Art Museum, and the Fresno Metropolitan Museum. The artwork gained further mass exposure by being posted on a billboard that travelled throughout California as well as in New York City and Miami. In 2006, his work was displayed at the Brogan Museum in Tallahassee, FL and published in „Ping Pong,“ the literary journal of the Henry Miller Library. Gagnon has been invited to participate in number of international exhibitions. In 2003, he exhibited at Paradies Projekt, an exhibition of over 200 international artists in a German WW II bunker underneath Alexanderplatz in former East Berlin. In 2005, he exhibited his „Eins Werden“ video installation in front of the KunstFabrik during the Berlin Kunstherbst, a city wide exhibition for contemporary art. In 2007, he was invited to present his Taxi video project at ArtCologne. This and his previous video sculpture „Time Machine“ have received much publicity when they were presented at Fountain Miami, PalmBeach3, PalmBeach!, and Fountain NY 2007. Gagnon’s work is in public and corporate collections, including: the Federal Reserve Board in Washington, D.C.; the Art Museum of South Texas; UMB Bank; InterBank Collection; Patrizia Grundbesitz GmbH & Co. Kg.; and American Bank, as well as, in private collections including: Jean Cherqui, art collector; Steven J. Green, former U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Singapore; Richard Shack, art collector; Andrew Tobias, author; and Shaun Woodward, Member of British Parliament. Education 1991-1993 Pepperdine University Malibu, CA 1993-1996 Worked under artist Nataly Nijinski Fort Pierce, FL Residency 1996-2004 Artist in Residence at ArtCenter South Florida Miami Beach, FL Solo Exhibitions 2007 Bridge Miami Miami Beach, FL Fountain Miami Miami, FL Sleepless Night/La Nuit Blanche Miami Beach, FL ArtCologne: Around the World in a NYC Taxi Cologne, Germany Fountain NY 07: Around the World in a NYC Taxi New York, NY Palm Beach!: Evelyn Aimis presents Time Machine W. Palm Beach, FL Miami Billboard Exhibition Miami, FL PalmBeach3: Evelyn Aimis presents Time Machine W. Palm Beach, FL 2006 Fountain Miami: Time Machine Miami, FL Miami Billboard Exhibition Miami, FL 2005 Eins Werden Project Exhibition Berlin, Germany NYC Billboard & Am Museum Financial History New York, NY 2004-06 California Billboard Exhibition Riverside, CA 2002 California Billboard Exhibition Los Angeles, CA 2001 California Billboard Exhibition San Mateo, CA California Billboard Exhibition San Diego, CA Group Exhibitions 2008 Art Car Museum: Only Yesterday Houston, TX 2007 Art Car Museum: War Houston, TX Capla Kesting Fine Art: Sunset and St. Marks Brooklyn, NY Galerie Burkhard Eikelmann: News on Paper Düsseldorf, Germany 2006 Brogan Museum: Art as Money / Money as Art Tallahassee, FL Galerie Stock: Art.Fair Cologne, Germany Galerie Stock: Candy Vienna, Austria Galerie der Künste: Strictly Berlin 2000-2006 Berlin, Germany 2005 City of Brea Art Gallery: Variations on a Theme: Money Brea, CA Museum of American Financial History: Counterfeit New York, NY 2004 ArtCenter South Florida: Objects of Virtue Miami Beach, FL RVS Fine Art: Summer Group Exhibition Southampton, NY 2003 Bunker at Alexanderplatz: Paradise Project Berlin, Germany Federal Reserve Bank of Boston: The Dollar as Art Boston, MA Long Beach Island Foundation for the Arts: Miami Rocks Loveladies, NJ AJ Japour Gallery: Art with a View Miami Beach, FL Fresno Metropolitan Museum: Show Me the Money Fresno, CA Blanden Memorial Art Museum: Show Me the Money Fort Dodge, IA Richard Shack Gallery: Stomping Ground Miami Beach, FL 2002 Museum of Amer Numismatic Ass.:Show Me the Money Springs, CO Palm Springs Desert Museum: Show Me the Money Palm Springs, CA Art Museum of South Texas: A Time of Remembrance Corpus Christi, TX Naples Museum of Art: Show Me the Money Naples, FL PLG Art Gallery Naples, FL BGH Gallery Los Angeles, CA 2001 ArtCenter South Florida: HomeGrown Miami Beach, FL Misom Projects: Blotter Miami Beach, FL 2000 Frere, New York Independent Art Fair New York, NY Contemporary Art Center of Virginia: MoneyMaking Virginia Beach, VA Federal Reserve Board: MoneyMaking Washington, D.C. ArtCenter South Florida: InnerVistas Miami Beach, FL 1999 ArtCenter South Florida: Directors Cut Miami Beach, FL 1998 DFN Gallery: Realism New York, NY 1997 DFN Gallery: Life in the Big City New York, NY ArtCenter South Florida: Realistic Differences Miami Beach, FL 22nd Floor Gallery: South Florida Artists Tallahassee, FL ArtCenter South Florida: ArtPicks ’97 Miami Beach, FL ArtCenter South Florida: 12 x 12 x 12 Miami Beach, FL Eye of the Lizard Gallery Vero Beach, FL Juried Exhibitions 1995 San Bernardino Art Association Inland Exhibition XXXI Redlands, CA National Art League 65th Annual Spring Open Exhibition Douglaston, NY Resurgram Gallery's Third Annual Juried Exhibition Baltimore, MD Audubon Artists Inc. 53rd Annual Exhibition New York, NY Selected Bibliography 2008 February 14-20, 2008, Miami NewTimes, Art & Entertainment Section, page 4. 2006 Fall Issue, Ping-Pong, Literary Journal of Henry Miller Library 2004 December 17, 2004, The MiamiHerald, Weekend Section/Art, page 36. 2003 November, Cristina La Revista, page 74, artwork featured in article May, Harper’s Magazine, artwork featured on newsstand cover wrap April, Gulfshore Life, “Show Me the Money” Cover of Catalogue to Exhibition “Show Me the Money” 2001 May 9, 2001, San Mateo Daily Journal, page 1 May 4, 2001, San Mateo County Times, page 1 Feb 7, 2001, The Wall Street Journal, page A24. 2000 Nov, Inside Cover of New York Independent Art Fair Catalogue, page 4. Sept/Oct/Nov issue of ArtLetter, Contemporary Art Center of Virginia Aug, Cover of Catalogue to Exhibition at Contemporary Art Center of Virginia June/July issue Cover of ArtTribune April, Invitation to Panel Discussion at the Federal Reserve Board Feb, Cover of Catalogue to Exhibition at the Federal Reserve Board Collections Public Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve, Washington, D.C. Art Museum of South Texas Corporate American Bank InterBank Collection Patrizia Grundbesitz GMBH & Co. KG (Germany) Snap On Tools Incorporated UMB Bank Private Jean Cherqui, art collector Steven J. Green, former U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Singapore Richard Shack, art collector Andrew Tobias, writer Shawn Woodward (MP) British Parliament

Steven Gagnon

American (1973)

(4 works)

About the artist:

Steven D. Gagnon was born in Fort Pierce, Florida in 1973. He studied in Europe for over a year while attending Pepperdine University. Upon his return to the United States, he studied for three years under artist, Natalie Nijinski. At age 22, he was

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