Solo and Two-Person Exhibitions
No Such Thing As Subject or, Who Let The Nerds Out?. September 2014. Rectangle, Brussels.
Specimens: Nicholas Knight and Joianne Bittle. March - April 2014. The Wrong Store / Do Right Hall, Marfa, Texas.
Declaimed. January - February, 2011. 65GRAND, Chicago, Illinois.
Ball Today. December 2010. B2 Project Space, Seoul, South Korea.
Beforeground. March - April, 2010. Marymount Manhattan College, New York.
Taking Pictures. September - October, 2009. Steven Wolf Fine Arts, San Francisco, California.
Right Frame, Wrong Film: Nicholas Knight and Hans Gindlesberger. January - February 2009.
Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography, Toronto.
Depictured. March - April, 2008. 65GRAND, Chicago, Illinois.
Sentences. May - June, 2007. Steven Wolf Fine Arts, San Francisco, California.
Self-Organizing Maps: Nicholas Knight and Hideki Nakazawa. January - March, 2006. Akus Gallery,
Eastern Connecticut State University, Willimantic, Connecticut.
Dia/Grammar. October - November, 2005. Eugene Binder Gallery, Marfa, Texas.
Selected Group Exhibitions
House of Dust. The James Gallery at CUNY Graduate Center, New York.
Xerox. The Société, Brussels.
Art Moves. City of Torun, Poland.
Dimensions Variable: Artists and Architecture. Emily Harvey Foundation, New York. Curated by Gregory Lang.
Sir Cuts A Lot. Fastnet, Brooklyn.
Quand la photographie interroge le numerique. Galerie Annie Gabrielli, Montpellier, France. Curated by Carbone 14.
Ensign Sgr A*. Radiator Gallery, Long Island City, New York. Curated by OTO.
The Office of Gravitational Documents #Fax. Galerie Laurent Mueller, Paris. A project by Dieudonne Cartier.
A Letter Always Arrives At Its Destinations. ESBA-Talm, Angers, France. Curated by Sebastien Pluot, Fabien Vallos and Mark Geffriaud.
Breaking News from the Ether. La Panacée, Montpellier, France.
The Intuitionists. The Drawing Center, New York.
Art By Telephone...Recalled. La Panacée, Montpellier, France.
A Letter Always Reaches Its DestinationS. La Panacée, Montpellier, France.
Art Moves. Outdoor Billboard, Torun, Poland.
Chrematistique III. CNEAI, Paris. Curated by Fabien Vallos and Jeremie Gaulin.
Thru-Lines. 65GRAND, Chicago.
Portas Abertas. Forum Eugenio de Almeida, Evora, Portugal.
Doing and Undergoing. Teachers College, Columbia University, New York. Curated by Robert Gero and Richard Jochum.
Archive III. The Savage School, London. Curated by Christopher Aldgate.
Chrematistique. CNEAI, Paris. Curated by Fabien Vallos and Jeremie Gaulin.
Minimal Myth. Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Curated by Francesco Stocchi.
Hic & Nunc. One Thoresby Street, Nottingham, England. Curated by Aurelien Mole.
Brucennial 2012. 159 Bleecker Street, New York. Organized by Bruce High Quality Foundation.
Diagrammatic Form. Banner Repeater, London.
Tableaux Parisiens. The Do Right Hall, Marfa, Texas. [curator]
Speech Objects. Musee de l'Objet, Blois, France. Curated by A Constructed World and Etienne Bernard.
Dead In August. Pentagon, Brooklyn. Curated by Meaghan Kent.
Negative Space. Steven Wolf Fine Arts, San Francisco.
Figment NYC. Governors Island, New York, NY.
Growing Up. Ten10 Studios, Long Island City, NY.
Une traduction d’une langue à l’autre. Curated by Sebastien Pluot and Yann Serandour. CNEAI de Paris, Paris, France.
Social Photography. carriage trade, New York, NY.
Double Bind / Stop Trying to Understand Me! February - May 2010. Villa Arson, Nice, France. Curated by Sebastien Pluot, Dean Inkster, and Eric Mangion.
Power to the People. May, 2010. Feature, Inc., New York.
One Hour Photo. May - June, 2010. American University Museum, Washington DC.
Instructions for Initial Conditions. November 2010. Drift Station / Parallax Space, Lincoln, Nebraska.
COMVIDEO. November 2010. Apex Art, New York.
Invented Story. October - November, 2010. Eugene Binder Gallery, Marfa, Texas.
The First Five Years. June 2010. 65GRAND, Chicago, Illinois.
Rubber Sheets. August 2009. C.R.E.A.M. Projects, Brooklyn. [curator]
Before & After. October - November, 2009. Eugene Binder Gallery, Marfa, Texas.
Backroom Material . October - November, 2009. Eugene Binder Gallery, Marfa, Texas. [curator]
A Day Without Post-Modern Irony. October - November, 2008. Eugene Binder Gallery, Marfa, Texas.
ValuMax. August 2008. Steven Wolf Fine Arts, San Francisco, California.
Accidental / Coincidental. March - April, 2008. Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art, Snug Harbor Cultural Center, New York. Curated by Frank Verpoorten.
Winter Solstice. December 2007. Eugene Binder, Marfa, Texas.
Latitude / Longitude. October - November, 2007. Eugene Binder, Marfa, Texas.
Nighshift. August, 2007. White Box, New York.
Interleaving. May - June, 2007. Arts + Literature Laboratory, New Haven, Connecticut.
The Constructed Image. May - June, 2007. Toronto Image Works, Toronto.
Seven Day Weekend. April, 2007. Marfa Book Company, Marfa, Texas. Curated by Jeff Elrod.
ArtChicago. Steven Wolf Fine Arts booth, Chicago.
Real pARTy. April, 2007. Real Art Ways, Hartford, Connecticut.
Mark Cole, Nicholas Knight, John Pomara. October - November, 2006. Eugene Binder Gallery, Marfa, Texas.
Group Show No. 9. November, 2006. www.group-show.com.
Some Assembly Required. September, 2006. The LAB, San Francisco.
New '06. June, 2006. CUE Art Foundation, New York.
Group Exhibition. March - April, 2006. Eugene Binder Gallery, Marfa, Texas.
Well Read. March - May, 2006. NurtureArt Gallery, Brooklyn.
Systematic. November - December, 2005. Vox Populi Gallery, Philadelphia.
Wordplay. June - August, 2005. Julie Saul Gallery, New York.
Art on the Line. April - May, 2005. Galeria Janet Kurnatowski, Brooklyn.
Transubstantiation. April - June, 2005. Morsel Gallery, Brooklyn.
Queens International 2004. November 2004 – February, 2005. Queens Museum of Art, New York.
Martha and Me. June - July 2004. Gallery 128, New York.
In the Face of Others. January - April 2004. Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, New York.
Tech-Now. November - December 2003. NewSpace Gallery, Manchester Community College,
Manchester, CT. Curated by Joseph Smolinski
info@blah: Overload and Organization. March - July, 2003. Boston Center for the Arts,
Mills Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts. Curated by iKatun.
Nurturing the New. January 2003. The Viewing Room, New York, NY.
Winter Show. Two Bow Thais. September - December 2002. Brooklyn, NY.
Crane Street Open Studios. May 2002. Crane Street Studios, Long Island City, NY.
25th Annual Small Works Competition and Exhibition. February - March, 2002.
80 Washington Square East Galleries, New York University. New York, NY.
Art and Technology Towards Recovery . October 2001. Clocktower Building, New York, NY.
Art Resources Transfer Annual Benefit. April 2001. Art Resources Transfer, Inc., New York, NY.
Art Frenzy. Open Studio. May 2001. Long Island City Art Frenzy, New York, NY.
Faculty and Student Group Show. December 1997. School of Fine Arts Gallery, H.R. Hope School of Fine Arts, Bloomington, IN.
B.F.A. Painting. November - December, 1997. School of Fine Arts Gallery, H.R. Hope School of Fine Arts, Bloomington, IN.
Revision: Photography and Painting. December 1996. The Community Kitchen, 917 South Rogers, Bloomington, IN.
1997 Indiana University - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Painting; BA, History and Philosophy of Science
Grants and Residencies
Artist in Residence, Domaine de Kerguehennec, Bignan, France.
Program Odyssey, ACCR, Artist Grant.
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Cougy, Jean-Luc. “Les Taking Pictures de visiteurs de la Panacée,” En Revenant de l'Expo.com, May 12, 2014.
Hirsch, Yael. “L'Invisible En Question,” Toute La Culture.com, March 25, 2014.
Garcia, John Daniel. "Artist Couple Knight and Bittle Show Marfa Their 'Specimens'", The Big Bend Sentinel, March 20, 2014.
Okrent, Arika. “Uses of Sentence Diagramming.” Mental Floss.com, August 8, 2013.
Levine, Joe. “TC As You've Never Known It.” TC Media Center, July 9, 2013.
Lechner, Marie. “Art By Telephone…Recalled.” Liberation, December 28, 2012.
Bozzi, Nicola. “Minimal Myth.” ARTslant Amsterdam, July 1, 2012.
“Tableaux Parisiens.” AGMA Magazine, Fall 2011.
Sussman, Matt. “Just Say No.” San Francisco Bay Guardian, August 2, 2011.
Julious, Britt. “Nicholas Knight: Declaimed at 65GRAND.” Gapers Block.com, February 10, 2011.
Germanos, Paul. “Reviews.” Chicago Critical (paulgermanos.blogspot.com), January 17, 2011.
Caccioloa, Ciro. “Casa e Bottega.” Urban Magazine, Milan. November 2010.
Welker, Frédéric. Double Bind at Villa Arson. Art21 number 26, Spring 2010.
Dreyfus, Alain and Glorieux, Claire. “Art Dérision”, Artnet.fr, February 25, 2010.
Baker, Kenneth. “Pinhole Perspective at Wolf.” San Francisco Chronicle, September 18, 2009.
Sandals, Leah. Fun with Film. The National Post, Toronto, Ontario, January 17, 2009.
Neave, Marissa. Nicholas Knight at Gallery 44. last place on earth.com, January 10, 2009.
Halpern, Robert. Quartetof Artists at Eugene Binder. The Big Bend Sentinel, October 10, 2008.
Gunn, Dan. Nicholas Knight. New City, April 10, 2008.
Adams, Rachel. Nicholas Knight: Depictured. Flavorpill.com/chicago, March 21, 2008.
Finkel, Jori. Out of the Box. Town & Country, October 2007.
Murg, Stephanie. Helping Hands. Chelsea Now, August 17-23, 2007.
Hoffman, Hank. The Write Stuff. Connecticut Art Scene, June 26, 2007.
Swanhuyser, Hiya. When Life Hands You Sentence Diagrams. SF Weekly, June 19, 2007.
Callaway, Bob. Nicholas Knight at Steven Wolf Fine Arts. Artfever.com, May 4, 2007.
Lockhart, Sarah. “Go See This Weekend”, SFist, May 4, 2007.
Bamberger, Alan. “First Thursday Openings.” www.artbusiness.com, May 3, 2007.
Richard, Frances. “Goings On”, The New Yorker, May 8, 2006.
McAdams, Shane. Well Read. The Brooklyn Rail, April 2006.
Hulten, Matt. Artists Find Inspiration in Math. Norwich Bulletin, Norwich Connecticut, March 2, 2006.
Hulten, Matt. A Self-Organizing Map of Beauty. The Campus Lantern, Eastern Connecticut State University,
Willimantic, Connecticut, February 2, 2006.
O’Brien, Titus. Marfa Open House; or, How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love Donald Judd.
Glass Tire: Texas Visual Art Online, Houston Texas, October 2005.
McAdams, Shane. Art On The Line. NY Arts Magazine, July/August 2005.
Kalm, James. “Critics Pics”, WagMag, June 2005.
La Rocco, Ben. Art On The Line at Janet Kurnatowski. ArtCritical.com, May 2005.
McQuaid, Cate. Taming Technology’s Overload with Artful Systems. The Boston Globe, May 2, 2003.
Sherman, Mary. Medium Trumps Message. The Boston Herald, April 27, 2003.
Solo and Two-Person Exhibitions