Lives and works in North Hampton, NH
Born: Hartford, CT 1974
MFA 2006 School Of Visual Arts, NY
BA 1998 Skidmore College, NY
Sunshine State, RYAN LEE, New York, NY
Crossing The Wilds, RYAN LEE, New York, NY.
Featured Artist. Marx & Zavattero, VOLTANY. New York, NY.
North Woods, Marx & Zavattero, San Francisco, CA.
The Divide, Caren Golden Fine Art, New York, NY.
Hollow Ground and False Guidance, Mogadishni Gallery, Aarhus, Denmark.
Featured Artist. Caren Golden Fine Art, Pulse. Miami, FL.
Deadland. Caren Golden Fine Art, New York, NY.
Selected Group Exhibitions
Icons, Iconoclasts, and Outsiders, Inaugural Exhibiton. Howl! Arts/ Howl! Archive. New York, NY
Color In Winter. Foley Gallery. New York, NY
Foyer Installation. Foley Gallery. NewYork, NY
The Artists Revealed. The Museum of Art, UNH. Paul Creative Arts Center, University of New Hampshire. Durham, NH.
Natural Proclivities, by Kim Power and Melanie Vote. Shirley Fiterman Art Center, New York, NY.
Hey! Ho! Let’s Go: Ramones and the Birth of Punk, by Marc H. Miller. Queens Museum, Queens, NY.
Panic As You See Fit, by Ethan Minsker. Gallery M Square. Houston, Texas.
Project Room. RYAN LEE, New York, NY,
The Armory Show. Mary Ryan Gallery, New York, NY
Project Room. Mary Ryan Gallery, New York, NY.
Looking Forward; 7-Year Anniversary Exhibition. Foley Gallery, New York, NY.
Project Room. Mary Ryan Gallery, New York, NY.
Sea Change: 10-Year Anniversary Exhibition. Marx & Zavattero, San Francisco, CA.
Alumni Invitational 3, by Ian Berry. Tang Museum. Saratoga Springs, NY.
Lives of the Hudson, by Ian Berry and Tom Lewis. Tang Museum. Saratoga Springs, NY.
Future Tense: Reshaping the Landscape, by Dede Young. Neuberger Museum of Art. Purchase, NY.
Ominous Atmosphere. Heather Marx. San Francisco, CA.
Modeling the Photographic: The End(s) of Photography by Saul Ostrow. McDonough Museum of Art. Youngstown, Ohio.
Two Person Exhibition with Nicola Lopez. ARCO. Madrid, Spain.
New York Contemporary: Art Times Squared. Hangart -7/Basis Wien, selected by Dan Cameron. Salzburg, Austria.
Montezuma’s Revenge, Nicole Klagsbrun, New York, NY.
A Delicate Arrangement, by Dan Cameron. David Zwirner. New York, NY.
The New Collage. Pavel Zoubok Gallery. New York, NY.
Foyer Installation, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center/ MOMA Affiliate. Long Island City, NY.
Baditude, by Bob Nickas. Visual Arts Gallery. New York, NY.
Contemporary Cuban Art NY. Bill Maynes Gallery. New York, NY.
Works On Paper. Sono Gallery. New York, NY.
Imagination. Mark Miller Gallery. New York, NY.
Art Now. Mark Miller Gallery. New York, NY.
25th Anniversary Next Wave Festival, by Dan Cameron. Brooklyn Academy of Music. Brooklyn, NY.
Nightmares and Dreamscapes, by Ombretta Agro. Alberto Peola. Torino, Italy.
Awards & Residencies
The Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant
The Hermitage Artist Retreat
SVA Alumni Scholarship Award
Teaching and Presentations
Adjunct Faculty. University of New Hampshire, Durham, New Hampshire.
Visiting Artist. BFA Painting. Maine College of Art, Portland, Maine.
Visiting Artist. MFA Program. New Hampshire Institute of Art, Manchester, NH.
Adjunct Faculty. Southern Maine Community College, South Portland, ME.
Visiting Artist. Lecture and Studio Visits. University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH.
Visiting Artist. Lecture and Discussion. Ringling College of Art and Design, Sarasota, FL.
Lecture and Dunkerly Dialog moderated by Ian Berry. Tang Museum, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY.
Studio Visit and Discussion with St. Olaf College Senior Art Students. Artist Studio, Brooklyn, NY.
Painting Instructor. Snow Farm, Williamsburg, MA.
1996 – 98
Teacher’s Assistant. Sculpture Department, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY.
Howl preserves cultural history of East Village in new headquarters. NY1. September 2021
Live Mag!. Issue #15. “Forager” (illus.). December 2018.
Gusev, Mike. “Down to Earth – on a new level.” thebluereview.net, July 25, 2018
Kane, Debbie. “ Seeing The Forest Through The Trees.” Take Magazine, September 2, 2017
School of Visual Arts, New York. “New York Summer Exhibition Highlights: Bradley Castellanos, Lissa Rivera and Sam Tufnell,” by Emma Drew, June 21, 2017
Kyburz, Max. “Photos: Queens Museum Brings The Ramones Home,” Gothamist, April 6, 2016.
Oxford American. The Fiction Issue. “Five Encounters With Vegetation” by Will Blythe. pp 98 – 103 (illus.), Summer 2015.
Harper’s Magazine. “Netter” p. 25 (illus.), September 1, 2014.
Malda, Stephanie. “Everything You Need To Know This Week On New York’s Art Scene,” guestofaguest.com (illus.). May 16, 2013
artcards.cc. “Editor’s Pick: Bradley Castellanos “Crossing The Wilds” at RYAN LEE Gallery,” May 28, 2013.
artdaily.org. “Bradley Castellanos’ debut solo exhibition with RYAN LEE Gallery opens in New York” (illus.), June 1, 2013.
Laluyan, Oscar A.. “Picture This: Wild Times at RYAN LEE Gallery,” ARTEFUSE.com (illus.). June 2, 2013.
artnet.com. “March Art-Fair Madness in NYC” (illus.), March 2, 2012.
Eyes In Magazine. “Mary Ryan Gallery at the 2012 Armory Show” (illus.), March 5, 2012.
Pierson, Stephen. Canteen, Issue #7, p.20 (illus).
Berry, Ian. “Video: Artist Interview Bradley Castellanos on Nature vs. Civilization,” April 4, 2011.
DeWoody, Kyle & Vora, Manish, “Armory Week Routes from Kyle and Manish,”
Artlog Magazine, February 28, 2011.
Lasarow, Bill. “The Northwest’s Top Ten Exhibition Picks for 2010.” The Huffington Post. December 31, 2010.
Kluth, Mary Anne. “Best of: Mary Anne Kluth,” Art Practical, September 2010.
Behm-Steinberg, Hugh. Eleven Eleven, Issue 9, Cover (illus), p.129 (illus).
Berry, Ian and Lewis, Tom. Lives of the Hudson, exhibition catalog, p.159 (illus.).
Cheng, DeWitt, “Bradley Castellanos at Marx & Zavattero,” Visual Art Source, March 2010.
Nataraj, Nirmala, “North Woods: Painter blends bucolic, petrified for colorful blast of commentary on exploitation,” San Francisco Chronicle (96 Hours section), February 11, 2010. p. 13
Leaverton, Michael, “Life After People,” SF Weekly (Night & Day section), February 3, 2010. p. 19
Harper’s Magazine. “Pharonic Camp” (illus.), p.17. December 1, 2009.
Pellegrino, Dia. “True and False in Photography: The Evolution of a Technique in Post-Production.” Current.com. August 31, 2009.
Cuevas, Celina Nogueras. “En Portada. . . Bradley Castellanos,” Entorno Magazine, August 2009, Cover (illus) pp 46-47 (illus).
Glaser, Brian. “Divvied Up.” Visual Arts Briefs. March 20, 2009.
Di Bella, Giuseppe. “La Sospettabile Apparenza,” Con-Fine Magazine, March 2009, Cover (illus), pp 22-25, (illus).
Young, Dede. Interviewed for the “Future Tense: Reshaping the Landscape” Video Catalog. May 10, 2008.
Gambari, Olga. “Incubi E Sogni Di Sette Giovani Nella Metropoli,” La Republica, February 13, 2008.
Riba, Stefano. “Nightmares and Dreamscape,” ARTKEY Magazine/www.tenemedia.net, February 11, 2008.
L.PA, “Realta, Sogni E Incubi Dalla “Grande Mela,”” La Stampa, TorinoSette, February 8, 2008.
N414, Arte. “I Fantastici Sette. Da New York,” February 2008.
Feinstein, Lea. “Ominous Atmosphere,” ARTnews, January 2008.
ARTNOTES, ARCO, Madrid, Spain, 2007, p.4, (illus).
Pollack, Barbara. Interviewed live with Billy Sullivan on WPS1/90.5 WVUM at the Art Basel Art Positions Café, December 6, 2006.
Farkas, Summers. “Pick Up Artists, Beth Rudin DeWoody,” Gotham, September 2006, p. 186, p. 187 (illus).
Reddeker, Lioba. Interviewed on Vernissage TV, posted August 1, 2006
Cameron, Dan. HANGART-7 Air & Art: New York Contemporary: Art Times Squared, exhibition catalog, pp 20 – 29, (illus).
Puri, Madhu. “Art Times Squared: Bradley Castellanos,” Salzberger Nachrichten, Ed. 4, July 2006, pp 1 – 12, (illus).
Zoubok, Pavel. The New Collage, p. 14, (illus).