Charles Hagen: resume


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Solo and Two-Person Exhibitions
2013   Charles Hagen Photographs/Laura Newman Paintings, Carol Shen Gallery,
          Packer Collegiate Institute, Brooklyn
1998   Sarah Morthland Gallery, New York
1992   Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Halifax
1985   Philadelphia College of Art, Mednick Gallery
1981   Sydney College of Art, Sydney, Australia

Group Shows (selected):
2013    Clouds, curated by Adam Simon; Lesley Heller Workspace, New York
2013    Gatsby Revisited, Contemporary Art Galleries, Storrs
2013   Sideshow Nation, Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn
2013   Paperazzi, Janet Kurnatowski Gallery, Brooklyn
2012   Mic Check, Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn
2012   Faculty show, University of Connecticut
2011   Visual Studies Workshop auction, Rochester
2011   Benton Magical Evening, Benton Museum, University of Connecticut, Storrs
2011   Swing into Spring, Packer Collegiate Institute, Brooklyn
2009   Everywhere Nowhere: the Spiritual Temperament in Current American Art, Delhi, India
2003   Contemporary Art Galleries, Stamford, Connecticut
2002   Cooper Union: "Urban Visionaries"
2002   Bellwether Gallery, Brooklyn, N.Y.: Summer show
2000   Lennon Weinberg Gallery, New York
2000   Benton Museum of Art, Storrs, Connecticut
1999   Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Conn.:
          "Future--Present: Photographs of Children from the Reader's Digest
          Collection"
1998   Atrium Gallery, University of Connecticut: two-person show
1998   Benton Museum of Art, University of Connecticut, Faculty Show
1998   David Beitzel Gallery, New York: "Knowing Children." Curated
          by Anne Higonnet and Cassi Albinson
1998   Chocolate Factory, Red Hook, N.Y.
1998   Schafler Gallery, Pratt Institute
1997   Four Walls, Brooklyn, N.Y.
1997   Chocolate Factory, Red Hook, N.Y.
1997   Cooper Union, New York: "Picture This"
1997   80 Washington Square East Galleries, N.Y.U.
1996   Schafler Gallery, Pratt Institute
1994   Procter Art Center, Bard College
1993   Drawing Center, New York: "Return of the Cadavre Exquis"
          (drawing)
1992   Four Walls, Brooklyn, N.Y.: "Travel" (drawing)
1985   Philadelphia College of Art, Philadelphia

Installations/Projections:
1998   Atrium Gallery, University of Connecticut, Storrs: "M/F" (projection)
1997   Chocolate Factory, Red Hook, N.Y.: "Smudges"
          (projection/installation)
1996   St. Mark's Danspace, New York: "Smudges" (projection in
          collaboration with dancer Vicky Shick and sculptor Barbara Kilpatrick)

Reviews:
Sarah Bayliss, New York Times, March 14, 1999
Ann Lauterbach, BOMB (Summer 1998)
Jean Dykstra, The Photo Review (Summer 1998)
Vince Aletti, Voice Choices, The Village Voice, April 21, 1998
Ken Johnson, New York Times, April 3, 1998
[Andrew Long,] The New Yorker, April 1998
Barbara Pollack, ArtNews, April 1998
Robert Hicks, The Villager, March 18, 1998
Robert Greskovic, Dance, review of "Smudges," January 1997
Jennifer Dunning, New York Times, review of "Smudges," Oct. 21, 1996

Teaching:
1998-present  University of Connecticut, Storrs: Associate Professor,
     Photography and Video; Graduate Coordinator
1996-2008   Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, N.Y.: Faculty, Milton Avery
    Graduate School of the Arts
1996-1998   New York University: Adjunct Associate Professor (Video),     Department of Art
Cooper Union, New York: Visiting Artist
Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, N.Y.: Adjunct Associate Professor,
    Department of Fine Arts
1993-1996   Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, N.Y. Visiting Associate Professor,
Photography and History of Photography
1990-1993   School of Visual Arts, New York: Instructor, Graduate Program in Photography
1990   New York University, New York: Instructor, American Photography Institute
1983-86   Philadelphia College of Art, Philadelphia
1983    International Center of Photography, New York
1981    School of Visual Arts, New York

Criticism and Art Writing:
1991-1997   New York Times: Photography and art critic.
1982-1991   Artforum, New York: Staff reviewer.
1972-present    Freelance writer on art for various publications including Afterimage, American Photo, Aperture, Artforum, ArtNews, DoubleTake, Interview, Popular Photography, and the Village Voice.

Editing:
1988-91   Aperture, New York: Editor.
1981-87   Artforum, New York: Reviews editor (1985-87); editorial staff (1981-85).
1972-80   Afterimage, Rochester, N.Y.: Founding editor.

Curating:
1998   Maier Museum of Art, Randolph-Macon Woman's College, Lynchburg, Va.: "Paraphotography" (catalogue)
1996   Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College: "Visions of Childhood: Four Photographers" (catalogue; with Bard students)
1991   Emily Davis Gallery, University of Akron: "The Encompassing Eye: Photography as Drawing" (traveling; catalogue)
1990   Burden Gallery, New York: "Photostroika: New Soviet Photography" (traveling)
1989   Burden Gallery, New York: "New Southern Photography: Between Myth and Reality"
1988   Burden Gallery, New York: "Self and Shadow"
1985-86   Mednick Gallery, Philadelphia College of Art: Organized monthly exhibition program

Fellowships and Awards:
2000   University of Connecticut Research Foundation, Large grant.
1998, 2001     University of Connecticut Research Foundation, Small grant.
1982   New York State Council on the Arts: Grant for Video criticism, TV/Media Program
1981   Australia Council: Visiting Artist Lectureship
1977, 1979   National Endowment for the Arts: Art Critics Fellowships

Other Professional Activities (selected):
2005   Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond: Visiting artist
2002   Rhode Island School of Design, Providence: Visiting critic
2002   Hartford School of Art, Hartford, CT: Visiting critic
2002   Center for Photography at Woodstock, Woodstock, N.Y.: workshop
2002   Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute: Outside reviewer, tenure consideration
2001   Montclair State College, Montclair, N.J.: Visiting artist.
2000   Cooper Union School of Art, New York: Visiting artist.
2000   Randolph-Macon WomenÕs College, Lynchburg, Va.: Visiting artist.
2000   College Art Association Annual Conference, New York : Presented paper, "Owning Your Own Tools: The Impact of Digital Technology on Video Artists."
2000   Montclair State College, Montclair, N.J.: Consultant to Foundation Art program.
2000   Museum of the City of New York: Consulting Curator, "New York Now"
2000   Benton Art Museum, University of Connecticut: Lecture, "A Brief History of Focus."
1998-2001   John D. and Catharine T. MacArthur Foundation: Grant reference.
1999   BOMB magazine, New York: Participating artist, Portrait Benefit.
1999   Buhl Foundation, New York: Judge, Photography Grant Program
1998   New York Studio School: Lecture, "A Brief History of Focus."
1998   Maier Museum of Art, Randolph-Macon Woman's College, Lynchburg, Va.: Organizer and moderator, Berlind Symposium, to accompany exhibition "Paraphotography"
1994-98   Chautauqua School of Art, Chautauqua, N.Y.: Invited critic (painting)
1997   Mt. Holyoke College Art Museum, South Hadley, Mass.: Lecture: "American Spaces, American Places"
1993-95   J. Paul Getty Museum of Art, Malibu, Calif.: Moderator for colloquia on Andre Kertesz, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, Doris Ulmann and Alfred Stieglitz
1993   New York Film Festival: Video panelist
Four Walls, Brooklyn: "Non-Critical Writing by Art Critics" (organized by Gregory Volk), February
1992-96   "CBS Sunday Morning": Featured commentator on photography and art
1991-92   "The Late Show," BBC-TV: Featured commentator on photography
1991   J. Paul Getty Museum of Art, Malibu, Calif.: Invited speaker, "Photography: Object/Idea/Theory"
1991   Checkerboard Foundation, New York: Jury member, video awards
1991   Lecture, "Photostroika," Carnegie-Mellon University Gallery, Pittsburgh, February
1990   Maine Photographic Workshop, Rockport, Maine: Invited panelist and awards judge, Photographic Congress
1981-1989   National Endowment for the Arts: Site consultant
1989   Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Snowmass, Colo.: Invited panelist, "The Political Landscape"
1989   "Art Jonction International," Nice, France: Invited panelist
1989   New York City Department of Cultural Affairs: Panelist, Percent for Art Program
1986   New York State Council on the Arts: Consultant, TV/Media Program
1980-84   Society for Photographic Education: Member, Board of Directors
1981   National Endowment for the Arts: Grants Panelist, Visual Arts Program

Professional Memberships:
   College Art Association
  AICA/USA, the International Association of Art Critics
  American Association of Museums

Monographs:
2001   Mary Ellen Mark (New York and London: Phaidon Press)
1990   David Reed (Los Angeles: ART Express)
1989   Private Enemy, Public Eye: The Work of Bruce Charlesworth (New York: International Center of Photography/aperture)
1983   Farm Security Administration Photography (Paris: Delpire Editeur and Centre National de Photographie; New York: Pantheon)

Exhibition Catalogues and Book Chapters:
2001   Mary Lucier : New Video Installations (Hamilton, NY: Colgate University)
1997   Martha Madigan (New York: Michael Rosenfeld Gallery)
1997   Working/Still (Purchase, NY: Neuberger Museum)
1994   Experimental Vision The Art of the Photogram since 1919 (with Thomas Barrow and Floris M. Neusuess; Roberts Rinehart Publishers/Denver Art Museum)
1992   Thomas Nozkowski (Philadelphia: Beaver College Art Gallery)
1991   David Kapp (New York: David Beitzel Gallery)
1989   Hearts and Minds: Stephen Laub's Paradoxes of History and Form, Koury Wingate Gallery, October.
1988   Joel Levinson, Carlo Lamagna Gallery.
1980   Robert Heinecken (Carmel, Calif.: Friends of Photography).
1979   Michael Bishop (Chicago: Center for Contemporary Photography).
1977   Barbara Blondeau, 1938-1974 (Philadelphia: Philadelphia College of Art, and Rochester: Visual Studies Workshop)

Anthologized:
2000   Creative Camera: Thirty Years of Writing (ed. David Brittain; Creative Camera Press, London): "Between Media and Art"
2000   Mary Lucier (ed. Melinda Barlow; Johns Hopkins University Press): "The Unsolved Mysteries of Memory" and "Mary Lucier."
1992   Modern Arts Criticism, vol. 2 (ed. Joann Prosyniuk; Gale Research, Inc.) "Mystery in a Hat: Henri Cartier-Bresson."
1984   Looking Critically: 21 Years of Artforum Magazine (UMI Research Press, Ann Arbor) "Sandy Skoglund."

Articles:
1991-97   Over 300 weekly reviews, features and other articles on art and photography, New York Times
2001   "Mary Ellen Mark" (interview), Phaidon 55 Journal, Issue 1
1996   "The Photographs of Edvard Munch," Aperture, Fall
     "Southern Women: Photographs by Margaret Sartor," DoubleTake
     "An Undiminished Wave of Interest and Excitement," ArtNews, February
1995   "Photography Today: Branching Out," ArtNews, February
1994   "Black and White" (James VanDerZee and Walker Evans), Art and Antiques, Summer
     "Not Your Typical Socially Concerned Photographer" (Sebastiao Salgado), ArtNews, April
1993   New York Times: Weekly camera columnist
     "Photography: The Dawn of a New Age?", ArtNews, March
1992    "The Triumph of Photography," American Photo, January/February
1992   "Annie Leibovitz Reveals Herself," ArtNews, March
1991    "Photography Now: The Changing of the Guard," ArtNews, April
      "Wim Wenders: An Interview," Aperture, Spring
1990    "All That Jazz: New York in Contemporary Art," ArtNews, February
      "Photography as Art: Truth or Illusion?", Popular Photography, March
     "Dark Laughter: Patrick Nagatani and Andree Tracey," Aperture, Spring
     "It's A Small World: International Photography Today," ArtNews, May
     "Between Media and Art: 'Photography Until Now' and 'Image World'," Creative Camera, August/September
     "Land and Landscape," Aperture, Summer
     "The Erotic Structures of Peter Greenaway," Aperture, Fall
     "The Anatomy of Autonomy: David Reed," Artforum, November
1989    "Television's Body: Wolfgang Staehle," Artforum, February
     "Video Art: The Fabulous Chameleon," ArtNews, Summer
     "An Interview with William Eggleston," Aperture, Summer
     "Wish You Were Here: Notes on Travel Photographs," Hungry Mind Review.
1988   "Bruce Charlesworth and the Case of the Missing Hero," Artforum, April.
       "Steve Miller and Technology's Body," ZG, April.
1987   "Mystery in a Hat: Henri Cartier-Bresson," Artforum, October.
1986   "Candid Camera: Robert Frank," Artforum, Summer.
1985   "At the Whitney Biennial: Good Morning America," Artforum, Summer.
     Review of Everglades City, by Matthew Geller, Village Voice, May.
     Review of Gary Hill's URA ARU (the backside exists), Village Voice.
    "Bill Brandt's Documentary Fictions," Artforum, September.
     "Breaking the Box: The Electronic Operas of Robert Ashley and Woody Vasulka," Artforum, March.
1984   "The Printocracy," American Photographer, June.
1983   "Robert Cumming's Subject Object," Artforum, Summer.
     "Harry Callahan," Camera Arts, July.
     "Rooms with a View" (John Delacour), Camera Arts, June.
     "Photography's Alter Ego" (photograms), Camera Arts, May.
1982   "Full Circle" (Kenneth Snelson), Camera Arts, January/February.
    "The Landscape Re-Viewed: Smith, Ginsberg, Mayes, Enos, Levin, Mertin, Adams," Modern Photography, January.
1981   "Funding Cutbacks at NEA," Village Voice, May.
1980   "New York Film Festival: Selling the New, Saving the Old," Afterimage, December.
       "Iran: Another View" (Photographs by Gilles Peress), Afterimage, Summer.
       "Photographs and Time," Afterimage, April.
       "Troubled Times at the Eastman House," Afterimage, March.
1979   "Mark Cohen: an interview," Afterimage, January.
1978   "Michael Bishop: A Different Perspective," Modern Photography, June.
       "A Syntax of Binary Images: an interview with Woody Vasulka," Afterimage, May-June.
1977   "An interview with Garry Winogrand," Afterimage, December.
       "An interview with John Wood," Afterimage, January.
1976   "Landscape Views," Afterimage, December.
      "Robert Heinecken: an interview," Afterimage, April.
      "Barbara Blondeau," Afterimage, March.
1973   "Aaron Siskind: Thoughts and Reflections" (interview), Afterimage, March.
      "Robert Frank: Seeing through the Pain," Afterimage, February.
1972   "Van Deren Coke: Beyond the Eastman House", Afterimage, October.
      "A Position of Service" (editorial, vol. 1, no. 1), Afterimage, March.

Education:
Harvard College, Cambridge, Mass.: AB Major: English history
Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester, N.Y.: MFA (SUNY Buffalo), 1976
(Updated 9/13)