Born: 1984, Mexico City, Mexico. Contact: email@example.com
Whitney Museum Independent Study Program. 2015 - 2016
Yale University, MFA.
Pratt Institute, BFA.
Central St. Martins, London, UK.
Against Nature. Wave Hill, Bronx, NY. 2013.
Ground Control. Washington Art Association Project Room. Washington Depot, CT. 2008.
Selected Group Exhibitions:
TG, Nottingham, UK. 2018
Souvenirs: New New York Icons
Storefront for Art & Architecture, NY. 2017
Settle/Unsettle. Organized by Xavier Acarín
Abrons Arts Center, NY. 2017
Public Formats. Curated by Xavier Acarín
Abrons Arts Center, NY. 2017
The Queens International. Curated by Hitomi Iwasaki & Lindsey Berfond
Queens Museum. Queens, NY. 2016
Whitney Museum Independent Study Program Exhibition.
Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, NY. 2016
Subject to Capital. Curated by Joshua Lubin-Levy
Abrons Arts Center, NY. NY. 2016
Minor Acts. Curated by Nova Benway & Joshua Lubin-Levy
Abrons Arts Center, NY. NY. 2015
Tightened, As If by Pliers. Curated by Leeza Meksin & Joshua Bienko.
Ortega y Gasset Projects: Knockdown Center, Queens, NY. 2014.
A Union of Voices. Horatio Jr., London, UK. 2014.
The Invitational. Kunsthalle Galapagos, Brooklyn, NY. 2014.
Intangible Horizons. ArtSites, Riverhead, NY . 2013.
Trouble Every Day. Curated by Dmitry Komis
Johannes Vogt Gallery, NY. NY. 2013.
"if color then also dimension; if flatness, then texture, etc." Curated by Melissa Levin
Lower Manhattan Cultural Council: Building 110, Governors Island, NY. 2013.
Ulterior Intersections. Curated by Yoab Vera
Vera & Melchor de Arcenegui, NY. NY. 2013.
Archipelago. Curated by Kaegan Sparks
Westbeth Gallery, NY, NY. 2013.
B-OUT. Curated by Scott Hug
Andrew Edlin Gallery, NY, NY. 2012.
The Quality of Presence. Curated by Dmitry Komis
Chelsea Hotel. NY, NY. 2012. [Read]
100x100. Curated by Wayne Northcross
Triangle Art Association, NY, NY. 2011.
In Case We Don't Die. Curated by Bibi Katholm
KPH Volume. Copenhagen, Denmark. 2011.
Navigating Darkness. Curated by Mira O'Brien & Helen Homan Wu (Opalnest)
Tape Modern. Berlin, Germany. 2011.
Transregional Aesthetics. Curated by Alan Ruiz
Castle Inn Gallery. Delaware Water Gap, PA. 2011. [Catalogue]
Anonymous Presence. Curated by Yoab Vera
Y Gallery, NY, NY. 2011.
Bronx Calling: The First AIM Biennial. Curated by Wayne Northcross and Jose Ruiz.
Bronx Museum. 2011. [Catalogue]
Digital Works. Curated by Marisa Olson
LBI Foundation for the Arts + Sciences, Loveladies, NJ. 2010.
Power Solitaire. Curated by Whitney Claflin
Partners, New Haven, CT. 2009.
Awards + Residencies
Propagate: Art Pedagogy Retreat. Institute of Arts & Sciences, University of California at Santa Cruz. 2017
Abrons Arts Center. AIRSpace Program. 2016 - 2017.
Artist in Residence. Youth Insights Program, Whitney Museum of American Art. 2015
Rema Hort-Mann Foundation. Emerging Artist Grant. Nominee. 2015
Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant. 2013.
Islip Museum Carriage House Arts Grant. 2013.
The Art & Law Program. 2013.
Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Swing Space Residency, New York, NY, 2012.
AIM - Artist in the Marketplace Program, Bronx Museum, Bronx, NY, 2011.
Yale-Norfolk, Norfolk, CT, 2005.
Ellen Battell Stoeckel Estate Fellowship. 2005.
Lectures + Panel Discussions:
Storefront for Art & Architecture / raumlaborberlin. 2017
Propagate: Critical Pedagogies
Institution Building: Abrons Arts Center 1975/2017. Lo-Yi Chan, Tim Hartung, Alan Ruiz
Abrons Arts Center. 2017
Lourdes Correa-Carlo and Alan Ruiz in conversation. Moderated by Christian Camacho-Light.
Knock Down Center. 2017
The Public is in Bits and Bubbles, With Dennis Adams, BB (Francisca Benítez and Christina Bueno), Colby Chamberlain, Lucas Freeman, Marisa Jahn, Ann Lui, Antoni Muntadas, Alan Ruiz, and Gediminas Urbonas
Storefront for Art & Architecture. 2017
INTERSpace: Alan Ruiz & Matthew Schrader. Moderated by Leah Pires,
Abrons Arts Center. 2017
Mexican Tertulia. CCNY Baxter St. 2016.
BOMB Magazine: Again, with Feeling.
MoMA PS1. 2016
Living Labor: Marxism and Performance Studies.
New York University. 2014
Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY. 2013
Wave Hill, Bronx, NY. 2013
Bronx Museum, Bronx, NY. 2011
Women & Performance: a journal of feminist theory. New York University. Contributing editor.
Halley, Peter. Portfolio. BOMB Magazine. 2018.
Ruiz, Alan. "2017: Sarah Michelson's September 2017/\ and October 2017/\". Looking Back on 2017: Theater & Performance. BOMB Magazine. 2017.
Ruiz, Alan. "Non-Representational Things: On the Recent Work of Amir Nikravan". Nathalie Karg Gallery. 2017.
Ruiz, Alan. "Social Object Relations: Window Breaking and Projective Identification". Archinect. 2017.
Ruiz. Alan. "Life After Sundown: Disco Architecture in the Global City". Archinect. 2017.
Ruiz, Alan. "Radical Formalism". Women & Performance: a journal of feminist theory. 2016.
Burr, Tom. "Again - and again: on the recent work of Alan Ruiz". Queens International 2016 Catalogue. Queens Museum. 2016
Lubin-Levy, Joshua "Subject to Capital Curaorial Statement". Joshua Lubin-Levy. Subject to Capital. Abrons Art Center. Catalogue. 2016
Ruiz, Alan. "Western Standards" TDR: The Drama Review, Volume 59, Number 4, New Materialism and Performance. Winter 2015 (T228), pp. 2-3. MIT Press.
Interview with Youth Insights. The Whit Blog. Whitney Museum of American Art. November 30, 2015.
Ruiz, Alan. "Tom Burr by Alan Ruiz". BOMB Magazine. Winter 2015.
Ruiz, Alan. "No-Stop City". Invisible Culture: An Electronic Journal for Visual Culture, Issue 23: Blueprints, Rochester University. 2015
Architizer: http://architizer.com/blog/learn-the-building-blocks-of-optical-illusion-architecture/ 2014.
Bronx Art Exchange: http://www.baxnyc.com/2013/11/04/abre-los-ojos-and-see-the-light/ 2013.
Purple Diary. 2013.
PROJECT Building 110. 2013. Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. Catalogue.
Eberhart, Jennifer. Examiner.com. 24 September, 2012.
Esplund, Lance. "Video Artist on Pause, Prodigies in Play." The Wall Street Journal. 9 July, 2011.
Kim, Joy. Yale MFA Painting Catalogue. 2009.