Al Freeman
Born in 1981 in Canada

Education
2005 Bachelors of Fine Arts Concordia University
2010 Master of Fine Arts Yale University

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2019
Pillows, Felix LA, Los Angeles, CA

2018
Even More Comparisons, NADA Miami, Miami, FL
More Comparisons, Bortolami Viewing Room, NY

2017
Al Freeman: Pillows, 56 Henry, New York, NY

GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2019
Notebook, curated by Joanne Greenbaum, 56 Henry, New York, New York

Tuff Titties, with Loup Sarion, Sorry We’re Closed, Rue de la Régence, Brussels

2018
Flat, two person exhibition with Daniel Boccato, Carl Kostyal, London
Feÿ - Rencontres d’arts, Chateau du Feÿ, Bourgogne, France
Original Language, curated by Natasha Marie Llorens, CUE Foundation, NY
Coccaro on Paper, Carl Kostyál Gallery, Puglia, Italy
Tell Him What We Said About Paint It Black, curated by Andy Mister, One Mile Gallery, Kingston, NY
Cliche, curated by Bill Powers, Almine Rech Gallery, New York, NY
9999, curated by Edsel Williams, The Fireplace Project, East Hampton, NY
Soft Focus, curated by Ellie Rines, Reyes Projects, Metro Detroit
Flat Earthers, Galeria Alegria, Madrid, SP

2017
Hide and Go Chic: Drawing Show, Rover Gallery, Chicago, IL
A Public Sphere, curated by Macgregor Harp, Green River Project, Hillsdale, NY
Comparisons, with Flatfix, NY Art Book Fair, PS1 MoMA, NY
Geranium, Stems, Brussels, Belgium
Holesale, Alexander's Garage, Brooklyn, NY

2016
Commodus Operandi, Andrew Rafacz, Chicago, IL
Fort Greene, Venus Over Los Angeles, LA
August, Harper's Books, East Hampton, NY
X, Lyles and King, New York, NY
Future Developments, David Petersen Gallery, Minneapolis, MN
A Short Story, Field Contemporary, Vancouver, BC
Color Me Calm, Torrance Shipman, Brooklyn, NY
Al Freeman "Jeff Koons" ft. Ortelio, 236 East 89 St, New York, NY

2015
Little Strokes Fell Great Oaks, Lord Ludd, Philadelphia, PA
I Know What You Did Last Summer, Soloway, Brooklyn, NY
Antifair, Harper's Books at the Carlyle Hotel, New York, NY

2014
Video Snack 1, 2 and 3: Video Cure, ALLGOLD MoMA PS1 Printshop, Queens, NY
Anthropocene, Canada, New York, NY
If You Throw a Spider Out the Window, Does It Break?, Brennan & Griffin, curated by Adrianne Rubenstein, New York, NY
Don’t Look Now, organized by 247365, Zach Feuer, New York, NY

2013  
Snail Salon, Regina Rex, curated by Adrianne Rubenstein, New York, NY 
What Are You Looking For?,
247365, curated by Brandy Carstens, New York, NY

SELECTED PRESS

2019
Taylor Dafoe, “The Armory Show Is Launching a New Annual Prize That Allows One Gallery to Participate for Free,” Artnet News, January 31, 2019