1966 Born in New York City.
1989 B.A. in Fine Art, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut.


Solo Exhibitions

1997 "The Look of Dress-Separates", Greene Naftali Gallery, New York.

1996 "Should home windows or shutters be required to withstand a direct hit
from an eight-foot-long two-by-four shot from a cannon at 34 miles an
hour, without creating a hole big enough to let through
a three-inch sphere?"
Arena Gallery, Brooklyn, New York.


Group Exhibitions

1997 "The Experimenters", Lombard-Freid Fine Arts, New York,
curated by Kenny Schachter.

1996 "Rachel Harrison and Michael Lazarus", Feature, New York.

"Space, Mind, Place", Andrea Rosen Galley, New York,
curated by John Connelly and Michelle Reyes.

"Shit", Baron Boisante Gallery, New York.

"Summer Exhibition", Greene Naftali Gallery, New York.

"Sex, Drugs And Explosives", New London Art Forms, London England.

"Sculpture Incorporating Photography", Feature Gallery, New York

"Post Hoc", Stark Gallery, New York.

"Facing the Millennium: The Song Remains The Same",

Arlington Museum, Arlington, Texas.

1995 "Oy", 121 Greene Street, New York, curated by Kenny Schachter.
"Summer Exhibition", Paolo Baldacci Gallery, New York.

"High Anxiety", 66 Crosby, New York, curated by Kenny Schachter

"Looky Loo", Sculpture Center, New York.

"Dark Room", Stark Gallery, New York.

1994 "UnSuccess", 479 Broome Street, New York, curated by Kenny Schachter

"Tight", Tannery Gallery, London, England.

Traveled to Liverpool, England.

"Dirty", John Good Gallery, New York.

Galerie Elizabeth Valleix, Paris, France.

"I Could Do That", 109 Spring Street, New York,
curated by Kenny Schachter.

1993 "Poverty Pop: The Aesthetics of Necessity", Exit Art, New York.

"Resurrections", The William Benton Museum of Art,
University of Connecticut at Storrs.

"Benefit for Four Walls Gallery", David Zwirner Gallery, New York.

"Shooting Blanks", 81 Greene Street, New York,
curated by Kenny Schachter.

"1920: The Subtlety of Subversion, The Continuity of Intervention",
Exit Art, New York.

"Simply Made In America", The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art,
Ridgefield, Connecticut. Traveling to: The Contemporary Art Center in
Cincinnati, The Butler Institute of American Art in Yougston, Palm Beach
Community College of Art and Delaware Art Museum in Wilmington.

"I Was Born Like This", Mulberry Street Gallery, New York,
curated by Kenny Schachter.

1992 "Seven Rooms/Seven Shows", P.S. 1 Institute for Contemporary Art,
Long Island City, New York, curated by Kenny Schachter.

"Morality Cafe", Postmasters Gallery, New York.

"Lesbian Museum", Franklin Furnace, New York.

1991 "Unlearning", 142 Greene Street, New York.

"Open Bar", Flamingo East, New York.

"The Neurotic Art Show", Four Walls Gallery, Brooklyn, New York.


Bibliography

1997 Cotter, Holland. The New York Times. "The Experimenters", January 10.

1996 Arning, Bill. Time Out New York. "Space, Mind, Place", July 17.

Barrett, David. Art Monthly Magazine (London).
"Sex, Drugs And Explosives", May.

Mitchell, Charles Dee. The Dallas Morning News.
"Eastern Seaboard",November 28.

Reid Calvin. Catalog essay, for "Sex, drugs And Explosives".

Reid Calvin. Art in America. "Rachel Harrison at Arena", September.

Saltz, Jerry. Time Out New York.
"Summer Group Show/Greene Naftali", July 24.

Schjeldahl, Peter. The Village Voice. "Hudson's Way", July 2.

Schmerler, Sarah. Time Out New York, March 27-April 3.

Servetar, Stuart. New York Press. "Space, Mind, Place", July 17.

Smith, Roberta. The New York Times.
"Rachel Harrison-Arena", March 15.

Smith, Roberta. The New York Times. "Space, Mind, Place", July 19.

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