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Ryan Hackett

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EDUCATION

2007 MFA Painting, San Francisco Art Institute; San Francisco
1999 B.A., Studio Art, University of Maryland; College Park,
1995 Rutgers University; New Brunswick, NJ

EXHIBITIONS

2009
Atmospheres, Doyo; Daegu, South Korea
Red Tape > Ryan Hackett, Meat Market; Washington, DC
The Janet and Walter Sondheim Prize 2009, Baltimore Museum of Art; Baltimore, MD
WPA Silent Auction, American University Museum; Washington, DC

2008
Root Division’s 7th Annual Art Auction, Root Division; San Francisco, CA
Interspecies Transmission, Solo Show, G Fine Art; Washington, DC
“This Case of Conscience” Spiritual Flushing and the Remonstrance, (Sound Collaboration with Jose Ruiz), Queens Museum of Art; Queens, NY
The Sky Is Falling, Spur Projects; Portola Valley, CA

2007
Evolutions of Paint and Sound, Solo Show, Spur Projects; Portola Valley, CA
Freaks of Nature, Bronx River Art Center; Bronx, NY
Taste, Root Division; San Francisco; CA
Vernissage, SFAI MFA Exhibition; San Francisco CA

2006
Recent Graduate Work, Diego Rivera Gallery; San Francisco, CA
Impressive Nature, 1015 Folsom; San Francisco, CA
Woodlands, Swell Gallery, San Francisco, CA

2005
Blueprints for Sleepwalking, Gensler; Washington DC
Cubicle 10, Curated by Billy Colbert, Cubicle 10, Baltimore, MD

2004
Omniart 2 (during Art Basel Miami), Curated by Tina Spiro, Miami, FL
Silent Auction To Benefit Transformer Gallery, Fusebox, Washington, DC
CORE 13, Core, Washington, DC
Anonymous, Flashpoint; Washington, DC
Plastic Tactics, Curated By Andrea Polan,
Artscape, Baltimore, MD
Resolutionz, Decatur Blue @ Signal 66;
Washington, D.C.

2003
Easy Dubbing, Curated by Mario Cader-Frech (during Art Basel Miami), 1674 Meridian; Miami Beach, FL
Space Invaders, Tyler School of Art; Philadelphia, PA
Danger, San Joaquin Delta College; Stockton, CA
Baba, Decatur Blue @ Signal 66; Washington, D.C.
Art Night: Annual Auction and Exhibition, Hickock, Warner, and Cole Architecture Firm; Washington D.C.

2002
Curator's Choice: The WPA\C's 2002 Auction Exhibition, Corcoran Gallery of Art; Washington, D.C.
Savage Love, Signal 66; Washington, D.C.
Art Night: Annual Auction and Exhibition, Hickock, Warner, and Fox Architecture Firm; Washington, D.C.

2001
Lucky 7, Millennium Art Center; Washington, D.C.
Rug Burn, Decatur Blue Event at Adams Morgan Warehouse; Washington, D.C.
Art Night: Annual Auction and Exhibition, Hickock, Warner, and Fox Architecture Firm; Washington, D.C.
Recent Treatments of Tranquility, Monterey; Washington, D.C.
Distance, Decatur Blue; Washington, D.C.
Talavera's Review, Decatur Blue; Washington, D.C.

2000
Aids Action/ Starwood Urban: Evening of the Arts, Dual Exhibition: Aids Action/Starwood Urban; Washington, D.C.
Penta Luna, Decatur Blue; Washington, D.C.
Art Night: Auction and Exhibition, Hickock, Warner, and Fox Architecture Firm; Washington, D.C.
Art-O-Matic, Washington, D.C.
Art Romp, The Warehouse; Washington, D.C.
Decatur Blue Inaugural Show, Decatur Blue; Washington, D.C.
1999 Fast Forward: The WPA/Corcoran 20th Anniversary Exhibition and Auction, Corcoran Gallery of Art; Washington, D.C.

PRESS

McCabe, Bret. “The Janet and Walter Sondheim Prize Finalists Exhibition,”
Baltimore City Paper. (July 8, 2009)
Smith, Tim. “A Collage Of Ideas,” The Baltimore Sun. (June 28, 2009)
Judkis, Maura. “Creating A Buzz,” The Onion (A.V. Section). (September 25, 2008)
Mahoney, J.W. “Report From Washington D.C., To a Different Drum,” Art in America
(May 2008)
Donohoe, Victoria. “Space Invaders,” Philadelphia Inquirer. (September 21, 2003)
Dawson, Jessica. “Decatur: An Intermittent Turn-On,” The Washington Post.
(February 6, 2003)
Jenkins, Mark. “Resolutionz,” Washington City Paper. (December 26, 2003)
Franke-Ruta, Garance. “Distance,” Washington City Paper. (January 11, 2002)
Foster, Margaret. “House of Blues: On U Street, five guys dream a little about D.C.’s alternative arts scene,” Washington Flyer Magazine. (October 2001)
Dawson, Jessica. “A Space of Their Own: At Decatur Blue, Art Minus the Middleman.” The Washington Post. (November 30, 2000)

BOOKS AND MAGAZINES

Time Out- Guide to Washington, D.C. 2003;
Arts and Entertainment Section, Pg. 212. Washington Home and Design Magazine; "Designer's Home on Embassy Row." Spring 2001; Pg. 166-167. Washington Flyer Magazine;
"House of Blues: On U Street, five guys dream a little about D.C.'s alternative arts scene." October 2001; By Margaret Foster

COLLECTIONS

Dorsey and Whitney, LLP; Washington, D.C.
SAP Software; Washington, D.C.
Stephen A. Crystal Peter F. Hapstak Fletcher-Jones Mercedes Benz, Chicago, Ill.
Mont Parnes Casino Resort, Parnes, Greece