Bountiful Davis Art Center
September 27 - November 1, 2019
I have a collage in this group show
curated by Laura Sharp Wilson.
Pictures Under Pictures
Pictures Under Pictures.
Aquarium Gallery, Ann Arbor, MI
March 16 - April 13 2019
Twelve collages displayed on top of a hand cut wallpaper. The pattern of the paper being made from photocopies of one of the collages in the group.
Our group show Dress Shield got a CAA best Picks
Richmond Billboard Project 2012
lets talk about love baby - Artist Book Project/Library- 2012
CRIMSON AND CLOVER
Opening Reception Friday July 22, 6-10 pm
July 22 – August 20, 2011
2247 Gravois Ave,
St. Louis MO, 63104-2
BLACK GOLD,THE FRONT,NEW ORLANS
Team Lump is an artist collective that has been actively collaborating for over a decade. The group began as an outgrowth of the Raleigh, North Carolina project space Lump. Bill Thelen, its founder, curates artists into the collective, and the team fluctuates slightly on a project-to-project basis. Team Lump has had solo exhibitions at Cell Projects in London, Space 1026 in Philadelphia, Plus Ultra and Cinders Gallery in Brooklyn, Artscape in Baltimore, SouthEastern Center for Contemporary Art in Winston-Salem, Suitable Gallery in Chicago, Milky World in Seattle, The Contemporary Art Center in Atlanta among others. Their work has been reviewed in The New York Times, Sculpture, Time Out- London and New York, The Independent, NyArts Magazine, Proximity, Art Papers, and many on-line journals.
Current Team Lump members include:
Bill Thelen, Tory Wright, Jerstin Crosby, Rich McIssac, David Colagiovanni, Meghan Sullivan and Drew Robertson.
Exhibiting Front members: Kyle Bravo, Lee Deigaard, Rachel DeTrinis, Andrea Ferguson, Dave Greber, Rachel Jones, Morgana King, Julie Pieri, Jenny LeBlanc, Stephanie Patton, Alex Podesta, Claire Rau, Megan Roniger, and Jonathan Traviesa.
COUNTERFEIT / COUNTERPART
LUMP GALLERY / 505 S. Blount St. Raleigh NC / December 3, 2010 /
Harrison Haynes & Tory Wright
SKINS AND SKELETONS PRESS / JULY 2010
SKINS AND SKELETONS
Team Lump / AVA in Chattanooga, TN
July 2,2010 - August 27,2010
This Summer I got a chance to go to TN with the Team!
Team Lump is an artist collective that has been actively collaborating for over a decade. The group began as an outgrowth of the Raleigh, North Carolina project space Lump. Bill Thelen, its founder, curates artists into the collective, and the team fluctuates slightly on a project-to-project basis. Team Lump has had solo exhibitions at Cell Projects in London, Space 1026 in Philadelphia, Plus Ultra and Cinders Gallery in Brooklyn, Artscape in Baltimore, SouthEastern Center for Contemporary Art in Winston-Salem, Suitable Gallery in Chicago, Milky World in Seattle, The Contemporary Art Center in Atlanta among others. Their work has been reviewed in The New York Times, Sculpture, Time Out - London and New York, The Independent, NyArts Magazine, Proximity, Art Papers, and many on-line journal.
Team Lump is: (ME) Tory Wright , Jerstin Crosby, Bill Thelen, David Colagiovanni, Megan Sullivan and Rich Mclsaac
Acid Rain Productions
Megan Sullivan and Rob Allen / The Other Megan /
This episode curated by Tory Wright
Acid Rain Productions
Acid Rain Production is a televised experimental video series that I (Jerstin Crosby) produce and curate. It currently broadcasts on cable access channels: The Peoples Channel, and Durham Access Media in North Carolina, and Manhattan Neighborhood Network in New York. Acid Rain Production is a unique venue for contemporary video work in which a single video art piece loops consistently for one hour, several times a week, for one month, on community-based tv stations that reach directly into homes and businesses. Through the medium of television, I hope to successfully link new-media artists to the community at large and bring about a better understanding of contemporary issues of artistic practice and social concern.
Participating artists include: Josh Tonies, Ben Russell, Peter Burr, Jesse McLean, Thad Kellstadt, Michael Robinson, Ryan Trecartin, Jacob Ciocci, Niels Post, Laura Larson, Jesse Hulcher, David Colagiovanni, Lydia Moyer, Carl Diehl, Tony Balko, Guthrie Lonergan and Jason Polan.
I have some work posted!!!! Check it out.
Oct 3, 2009
Very happy for the shout out. "shit We're Diggin"!
on Wooster Collective.Woop Woop!
DIY RAPTURE / CELL GALLERY/ LONDON/ July 4th-August 2nd 2009
North Carolina is a region of the USA that international art media often overlook. With an attempt to recognise an alternative view of American culture Cell Project Space invite Team Lump, an artist collective based in Raleigh that has been actively collaborating with other artists, galleries, institutions and museums for over a decade. By acknowledging practices from artist run communities based in the lesser known regions of the USA the exhibition will attempt to highlight the unique identity which Team Lump and its artists have adopted.
Founder, Bill Thelen, invites artists into the collective, and consequently the team fluctuates from project to project. In an informal but public exhibition space they share a typically connected DIY aesthetic and within their self publishing activities document a flourishing peripatetic art scene, which is reminiscent of many artist run collectives throughout urban America. Drawing from fields as diverse as folk art, nuclear physics, science fiction, animal rights, outsider psychology, electronic music, and film noir they platform art, music, performance, discussion and event. Developing ideas organically, Team Lump adapt to each new exhibition space, installing a mix of paintings, drawings, sculpture, wall drawings, and film to create a seemingly chaotic vision, which tap into distinct commentaries.
TEAM: Tory Wright, Bill Thelen, Jerstin Crosby, Josh Rickards,and Lea Bailis
ALPHABET /CURRENT GALLERY/2009
Friday, April 3, 2009
7:00pm - 10:00pm
30 South Calvert Street
Alphabet: An Exhibition of Hand-Drawn Lettering and Experimental Typography
Reception: April 10, 7 - 10pm
Exhibition Dates: April 3 - 26, 2009, F-Su 11am - 3pm
Marc Alcock – Blackpool, United Kingdom
Mike Apichella – Baltimore, MD
Ken Barber – Wilmington, DE
Beppi – Baltimore, MD
Kyle Bravo – New Orleans, LA
Andrew Byrom – North Aurora, IL
Paul Clark – Brooklyn, NY
Ryan Compton – Baltimore, MD
Ryan Corey – Los Angeles, CA
Elaine Lustig Cohen – New York, NY
Delvetica - Tampines, Singapore
E*Rock – Portland, OR
Edward Fella – Valencia, CA
Danielle Foushée – Studio City, CA
Nancy Guiragossian – Montreal, QC
Sibylle Hagmann – Houston, TX
Catherine Hahm – Los Angeles, CA
Tristan Benedict Hall – Baltimore, MD
Drew Heffron – Charleston, SC
Rich Helfrich – Bethel Park, PA
Hjärta Smärta – Stockholm, Sweden
Daniel C. Howe – New York, NY
Apirat Infahsaeng – Brooklyn, NY
Christopher Jackson – Providence, RI
Roman Jaster – Valencia, CA
Jonathan Keller – Pittsburgh, PA
MiHyun Kim – New Bedford, MA
Seth Labenz and Roy Rub – New York, NY
Jean Larcher – Pontoise, France
Andrew Liang – Baltimore, MD
Julie Libersat – Baltimore, MD
Lump Lipshitz – Raleigh, NC
Ian Lynam – Tokyo, Japan
Reagan Marshall – Los Angeles CA
Eduard Matamoros – Round Rock, TX
Michael McErlean – Burbank, IL
Maya Esther Miller – Brooklyn, NY
Jason Monburg – Baltimore, MD
Arjen Noordeman – North Adams, MA
Paul Nudd – Chicago, IL
Elisabeth Prescott - San Francisco, CA
Luke Ramsey and A. Purdy – Victoria, BC
C. W. Roelle – Providence, RI
Theo A. Rosenblum - New York, NY
Tore Terrasi – Raynham, MA
Underware – Den Haag, Netherlands
VisuaLingual – Cambridge, MA
Eric Von Munz – Milwaukee, WI
Western Cell Division – Baltimore, MD
Karen Willey - Amsterdam, Netherlands
Andrew Jeffrey Wright – Philadelphia, PA
Tory Wright – Raleigh, NC
WOMENS WORK REVIEW
NASHER BLOG / PLEASURE SEEKER / LUMP / 2009
CIVILIAN ART PROJECTS
406 7th st. NW,3rd fl
Women’s Work: Lynn Cazabon, Hadieh Shafie,Tory Wright
In honor of Women’s History Month, Civilian presents two
exhibitions featuring works of four female artists who archive, transform,
and re-mediate forgotten or discarded imagery into new forms.
On View: March 20 - April 24, 2009
Exhibition hours: Wednesday through Saturday from 12 to 6 p.m.
Opening reception for the artists: Friday, March 20, 2009, 7 to 9pm
PLEASURE SEEKER / FEBUARY 2009
Lump Gallery / Projects
505 S. South Blount Street
opening July 1- July 12
Maryland Institute College of Art
Curated by : Tory Wright
Lump Gallery /Projects
LowEnd Theories brings together sevin artists,
who's work incorperates a diologe with craft.
Materials such as; yarn,beads,and clothing are
used to; facilitate collaboration's, provide evidence
of performative acts,and construct objects.
Andrea Morris, MD
Greg Rubio, TX
Amanda Barr, NC
Molly Schafer, IL
Ryan Swanson, IL
Kerry Adams, MD
Megan Sullivan, NC
Curated by Bill Thelen, Jestin Crosby and Tory Wright
505 South Blount Street
Little Fiends of Printmaking
Many Many More
401c Foster St.
Durham, NC, 27701
Casey Cook, Wangechi Mutu, Shinique Smith and Tory Wright
TEAM LUMP PRESENTS:
Glad To See You!
1026 arch st. 2nd floor
TEAM LUMP IS :
Gary Smith, Josh Rickards, Tory Wright, Stewart Sineath,
Lea Bailis, Jeramy Taylor, K Whole, David Colagiovanni ,
LumpLipshitz, Allyson Mellberg,
and Jerstin Crosby.
The Heroes Show
Bryce's Barber Shop
An exibition organized by Laura sharp Wilson
OCTOBER / SEPTEMBER 2007
Team Lump presents:
"GOOD AND THUGGY"
505 South Blount St.
Raleigh NC 27601
Good and Thuggy includes work by: Barry McGee, Kinsey,
Maya Hayuk, Team Lump, Paper Rad, Mike Houston,
Andrew Jeffery Wright, and many others including myself.
This show was AWESOME and will be traveling to Lump West in Oregon.
Team Lump "LP's or Cassettes"
Brooklyn NY 11211
A group of us were able to go to NY to install the show.
The installation was fun and the opening was even better.
Check it out over at: www.cinerdersgallery.com