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Pam Lins refers to her work primarily as sculpture. Through it she contemplates the social and psychological with regard to material, process and approach. In addition to sculpture, her range of adoptive methods includes painting, gardening and fiction writing. Lins' work has been shown in Europe, Canada and the US. In New York her work has been exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, White Columns, Artists Space, Momenta Art, Art in General, Sculpture Center and Socrates Sculpture Park.
Lins has taught 3D Design, Sculpture and Drawing at the Cooper Union School of Art. She has also taught at Princeton, the Fashion Institute of Technology and numerous other institutions. Lins was an Artist in Residence in the Downtown Studio Program, a division of the New School University.
MFA, Hunter College, CUNY, NY, NY BA, State University of Minnesota. (entered into Environmental Science, ended with Photography)
2012 Tang Museum Of Art, Saratoga Springs, NY The Suburban, Chicago, Ill 2010 Problem Picture Sources New Sculptures, Rachel Uffner Gallery 2008 Owl, Rachel Uffner Gallery, NY, NY 2005 Win Me Free, Silo, New York 2003 In Spite of This, Mercer Union Center for Arts, Toronto, Canada 2003 In Spite of This, Ten In One Gallery, New York 2001 Hot Snow, Ten In One Gallery, New York (catalogue) 2000 Momenta Art, Brooklyn, NY 1999 Vent View, Ten In One Gallery, New York, NY
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2012 Virginia Commonwealth University 2011 ForceMeat, WallSpace Gallery, NYC 2008 WE, Lizabeth Olivier Gallery, LA, CA Museum 52, NY. 2007 The Line of Time and the Plane of Now, Harris Leibermann, NY Corridor at Sea, The Performative Object. Portland Institute of Fine Arts, Portland, Maine Ceci n'est pas....Sarah Meltzer Gallery, NY 2006 Guild and Greyshkul Summer Show, NY 2005 Hunch and Flail, Artists Space, curated by Amy Sillman 2004 AC, Elizabeth Dee Gallery, NY, Field, Socrates Sculpture Park, Queens, NY, Great Adventure, Roger Bjorkhelem Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden 2001 New York Projects, Residency and exhibition, Delfina Arts, London, England Wattage and Friendship, Dechira/Stewart, Berlin, Germany 2000 Achieving Failure, Thread Waxing Space and Cincinatti Art Museum, curated by Bill Arning 1999 Hang Time, White Columns, curated by Lauren Ross and Debra Singer, Answer Yes, No, or I Don’t Know, Andrew Kreps Gallery, NY, curated by Ricci Albenda 1998 Hey, You Never Know, curated by Kenny Schachter 1997 The Gramercy Park International Photography Fair with Lombard Freid Gallery Working In Brooklyn, The Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY, 1996 The Most Important Thing in the World, Oasis vs. Blur and Artists who Rock, curated by Bill Arning
AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS
2008 The John Simon Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship Award 2007 The Howard Foundation Fellowship, Brown University, Award in Visual Arts The Farpath Foundation, residency in Dijon, France 2003 Yaddo Artist Residency MacDowell Colony Residency 1995 Pollack/Krasner Foundation
Fall 2011Pam Lins on Andrea Blum. Artists on Artists. Bomb Magazine. Dec 2010, Art In America, review of Problem Picture Sources Oct 9, 2010, NY Times by Karen Rosenberg Oct 2010, Art Critical, review by David Brody June 2010, Yale University Bulletin, Not a Single Point of View, by Johanna Burton March, 2009, Artforum, review Feb, 2009, The New Yorker Magazine Feb, 2009, TimeOut NY, review of Owl. Summer, 2007, Bomb Magazine, Artists on Artists, by Rochelle Feinstein Dec. 2005, Artforum.Com, Critics Pick, Pam Lins at Silo, by Martha Schwendener August 2005, The New Yorker, Hunch and Flail. July 23, 2004, New York Times, Field, by Ken Johnson Oct, 2003, Artforum. Review by Nell McClister May, 2003, TimeOut New York, review by Eugenie Tsai Sept. 2002, Zing Magazine, Pam Lins at Ten in One, Dan Adler May 2001, K48, photos published Sept 2000, Art Monthly, Delphina Projects, Laura Moffet July 2000, The Evening Standard, Cheer for the Brit Art Scene, Allison Roberts April, 2000, Time Out, Achieving Failure, David Hunt Dec 6, 1999, TimeOut, Hot Snow, Review by Bill Arning July 29, 1999, TimeOut, Hang Time, Bill Arning Feb. 18, 1999, TimeOut, Answer Yes, No, or I Don’t Know, Sarah Schmerler Nov. 26, 1998, The New York Times, Brooklyn Haven for Art Heats Up, Roberta Smith. April 17, 1998, The New York Times, Hey,You Never Know, Ken Johnson April 23, 1998, Time Out New York, Hey, You Never Know, Sarah Schmerler
2011-2012 Visiting Lecturer Princeton University
Summer 2011 Faculty: Bard MFA Program Visiting Artist: Yale Norfolk
1999 - Present Faculty member in Fine Arts, The Cooper Union School of Art, NY
2010 Visiting Artist, Dennison University, Ohio
2010/ Spring Faculty, CUNY, Hunter College , NY (Undergraduate Installation Class)
2009 Faculty, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ (Graduate Practice Seminar-all areas)
2003-Present Visiting Artist, New York Studio Program, through School of Visual Arts, NY (weekly visits with additionally one critic and one historian)
1998-2005 Faculty member Fashion Institute of Technology (3D Design to different design majors)
Projects & Links
Selected Work : Pam Lins
Founded by inventor, industrialist and philanthropist Peter Cooper in 1859, The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art offers education in art, architecture and engineering, as well as courses in the humanities and social sciences.