EDUCATION

1998

University of Arizona Tucson, Arizona Master of Fine Arts

1997

Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture Skowhegan, Maine

1994

Rhode Island School of Design Providence, Rhode Island Bachelor of Fine Arts

 

SELECTED AWARDS & HONORS

2006

Pollock-Krasner Individual Artist Grant

2005-2006

Workspace Program, Dieu Donné Papermill, New York, New York

2004-2005

The Space Program, The Marie Walsh Sharpe Foundation, New York, New York

2003-2004

Artist’s Studio Residency & Emerging Artist Fellowship

Smack-Mellon Studios, Brooklyn, New York

2001

Artist’s Residency, Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, Omaha, Nebraska

2000

Visual Arts Special Residency, Provincetown Fine Arts Work Center, Provincetown, Massachusetts

1998-1999

Visual Arts Fellow, Provincetown Fine Arts Work Center, Provincetown, Massachusetts

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2006

“The Hannukah Project: Works of Light by Eight Contemporary Artists” 

The Jewish Museum, New York, NY

"Out of Line: Drawings from the Collection of Sherry and Joel Mallin", Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

“Crafty”, Sandra and David Bakalar Gallery, Massachusetts College of Art,

2005

“ArtReview 25: Emerging Artists in America” Phillips de Pury, New York, New York

“Greater NY” PS1/MoMA, Long Island City, New York

Heavenly, or A Slice of White” Leubsdorf Gallery, Hunter College, New York, New York

2004-2005 

"Semiprecious" Project for the Public Art Fund

Metrotech Commons, Brooklyn, New York 

2004

"Hello Chelsea" Bellwether Gallery, New York, NY

“Open House: Working in Brooklyn” Brooklyn Museum of Art Brooklyn, New York

2003

“Stroke” Schroeder-Romero Gallery, Brooklyn, New York

2002

“Next Next” curated by Dan Cameron

The Next Wave Festival, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn, New York

“She’s Crafty” White Columns, New York

“Made In Brooklyn” Wythe Studio, Brooklyn, New York

“Frigid” Bellwether Gallery, Brooklyn, New York

2001

“Pattern and Decoration” The Mills Building Gallery, San Francisco, California

2000

“The Drawing Show” curated by Ellen Gallagher

Mills Gallery, Boston Center for the Arts, Boston, Massachusetts

1999

“Beyond the Print: Selections from the Permanent Collection”

Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Scottsdale, Arizona

 

SOLO  EXHIBITIONS

2004

“Objects of Virtue”, Bellwether Gallery, New York, New York

2000

Hudson D. Walker Gallery, Provincetown, Massachusetts

 

PUBLICATIONS

“From Carved Creatures to Disneyland Rugs” Ken Johnson, The Boston Globe, September 24, 2006

“Kirsten Hassenfeld” Gae Savannah, Sculpture Magazine, May 2005

“New Paper Sculpture” Merrily Kerr, Art on Paper, March/April 2005

“Presence of Light” Jill Conne, Sculpture Magazine, March 2005

“The ArtReview 25: Emerging US Artists” Daniel Kunitz and Joao Ribas, ArtReview v3n3, 2005

“Kirsten Hassenfeld” Katie Stone, Frieze, January/February 2005

“I Dos and Don’ts” Project for The New York Times Magazine, January16, 2005

“Kirsten Hassenfeld, Bellwether” Michele C. Cone, ARTnews, January 2005

“Kirsten Hassenfeld at Bellwether” Matthew Guy Nichols, Art in America, November 2004

“Kirsten Hassenfeld, Objects of Virtue” Jennifer Coates, TimeOut New York, October 7, 2004

"Kirsten Hassenfeld, Critics Pick" Martha Schwendener, Artforum.com, September 2004

“Opulence as Thin as Paper", Sheila Pepe, Gay City News, September 30, 2004

“Show World: Kirsten Hassenfeld” Jane Harris, The Village Voice, September 24th, 2004

“Kirsten Hassenfeld: Objects of Virtue” Julie Morton, New York Press, September 22, 2004

"Kirsten Hassenfeld" Tony Moxham, Interview Magazine, September 9, 2004

“Open House: Working in Brooklyn” Joe Hill, Contemporary, issue 65

“Borough Hall” Jerry Saltz, The Village Voice, May 5, 2004

“Frigid” Megan Heuer, Art Seen, The Brooklyn Rail, April 2002

“Frigid” Martha Schwendener, TimeOut New York, January 24, 2002

“Winners in BCA Exhibit Drawn, But Not by Chance” Christine Temin The Boston Globe, May 24, 2000

“Fellowship of Artists” K.C. Meyers, The Cape Cod Times, March 18, 1999