Nicholas Fraser » CV



Art Omi Residency, Ghent, NY


Bronx Museum AIM Program, Bronx, NY


New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship in Digital/Electronic Media


Sculpture Space Residency, Utica, NY

Arist-in-Residence, 2nd Ural Industrial Biennial, Ekaterinburg & Nizhny Tagil, Russia

BRIC Media Fellowship, Brooklyn, NY


Lower Manhattan Cultural Council's Swing Space Studio Residency, Governors Island, New York


Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, ME.




Left Hanging, Rosenberg Gallery, Hofstra University, solo show

Jameco Exchange – No Longer Empty, Jamaica, NY curated by Rachel Gugelberger. sited video installation in a Jamaica storefront

Jamaica Flux: Workspaces & Windows, Jamaica Center for Arts & Learning – Jamaica, NY, curated by Heng-Gil Han and Kalia Brooks

BRURAL: Crossroads of Equality and Irregularity, Brooklyn Fire Proof Temporary Storage Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, curated by Ilya Shipilovskikh and Irina Danilova

Ars Nova – Chashama/Tabla Rasa Gallery, Brooklyn, NY 


Third AIM Biennial, Bronx Museum, NY

We Are Creating a Secure Connection, York College (CUNY) Fine Arts Gallery, Jamaica, NY – solo show


The Intuitionist –  Drawing Center, New York, NY, curated by Heather Hart, Steffani Jemison and Jina Valentine

VECTOR Issue 3 – 10 page project for a literary/arts journal. Featured at Interstate Projects, Brooklyn, NY

SP Weather Reports – Annual 12 artist portfolio of work based on one month's weather data. Exhibited at Center for Book Arts, Flux Factory, Queens, Shifting Communities at Bronx Art Space and StudioPlace Arts, Barre, VT.


"Nevsky Prospekt" & "Animal Behavior", site specific installations, Art Prospect Festival – St Petersburg, Russia.

"Ground Rules"-The 2nd Ural Industrial Biennial, Ekaterinburg & Nizhny Tagil, Russia


7th Annual PixelPops Video Show, Gallery Nouvel Organon, Paris.

FIVAC International Festival of Video Art, Camagüey, Cuba.

SP Weather Reports – Annual 12 artist portfolio of work based on one month's weather data. Exhibited at Flux Factory, Queens, Shifting Communities at Bronx Art Space and StudioPlace Arts, Barre, VT.

Branding Projects #1-3 – Site specific alterations, Governors Island. New York, NY. 30 fire-branded tree stumps on the grounds near Ft Jay – Ongoing.

Extra Limb – A site specific installation in a former munitions warehouse, Governors Island. New York, NY

Videos on the Front – Interstate Projects, Brooklyn, NY

Mixed Messages – La Mama La Galeria, New York, NY


See What I Mean – Taller Boricua, New York, NY, curated by Marcos Dimas & Christine Licata

Self Destructing Art Show – Flux Factory, Queens, NY

Giguk Video Art Festival – Gießen, Germany

Videophagy / Videofagia – Function13 & Hotshot Gallery, Toronto, curated by e-fagia collective

Escape from New York, Paterson, NJ. Curated by Olympia Lambert.

Conversions, BronxArtSpace, Bronx, NY. Curated by Melissa A. Calderón.

Give Me a Minute, The Shirey, Brooklyn, NY. Curated by Amber Boardman.


Unfixed/Unfixable, Art in Odd Places (numerous sites on 14th Street), New York, NY. Curated by Erin Donnelly & Radhika Subramaniam.

A Very Loud Silence, Le Flash Festival, Atlanta, GA. Curated by Avantika Bawa.

A Minus Suitcase, Brain Factory, Seoul.


A Minus Suitcase, Jack the Pelican Gallery, Brooklyn, NY.

Boundaries, SVA Gallery, New York, NY.

Color Commentary – Performance/installation, SVA MFA Studios, New York, NY

A Number of Things, MFA Thesis Show, SVA Gallery, New York, NY.

Left and Leaving, SVA Gallery, New York, NY.


CAA MFA Exhibition, Hunter College/Times Square Gallery, New York, NY.

Immediate Release – Guerilla action and website, 34 Chelsea galleries, New York, NY

This Is Berlin Not New York, Curated by Lifebomb, Mastul e.V., Berlin


Touchy Feely, New Work, Gallery Sklo, Atlanta, GA.-solo show

Invisible Devices – Site specific installations in subway stations, New York, NY

Assemblation, Eyedrum Gallery, Atlanta, GA. Curated by Karen Tauches.


Touchpoint, the Corporate Show, Eyedrum Gallery, Atlanta, GA.

New Sculpture Preview, Gallery Sklo, Atlanta, GA.


Sculpture by Nicholas J. Fraser, Jr., Flatiron Gallery, Atlanta, GA.-solo show


Something Not Quite Completely Different: Tradition, Innovation and Their Uncanny Discontents, Eyedrum Gallery, Atlanta, GA. Curated by Jerry Cullum.


Known Extremes, Block Candy Gallery, Atlanta, GA.-solo show

The November Show, Hastings Seed Gallery, Atlanta, GA. Curated by Dan Cameron.

Square, Gallery 100, Woodruff Arts Center, Atlanta, GA.

4th Annual King Plow Sculpture Show, King Plow Art Center, Atlanta, GA.


3rd Annual King Plow Sculpture Show, King Plow Art Center, Atlanta, GA.




MFA, School of Visual Art, New York, NY.


BFA, Atlanta College of Art, Atlanta, GA, Summa Cum Laude, Sculpture and Painting.




Visiting Artist Lecture, School of Visual Art MFA Program, New York, NY, Visiting Artist Class Lecture, New School at Parsons, New York, NY    

Artist Presentation, York College/CUNY, Jamaica, NY


Spontaneous Interventions, Art in Odd Places, Governors Island, Panelist


Artist Presentation, Yekaterinburg College of Engineering, Yekaterinburg, Russia

Visiting Artist lecture of "Ground Rules", Ural College of Art and Design, Nizhny Tagil, Russia

"Quiet Infusion: Public Performances and the Performing Public", lecture and panelist, Symposium of the Biennial, 2nd Ural Industrial Biennale, Yekaterinburg, Russia

"Art in the Urban Environment: New Forms of Community", Panelist, Etazhi, St Petersburg

Sculpture Space Resident Artist Visit and Lecture, Mohawk Valley Community College, Utica, NY




Going to (Jamaica) Queens: An Old Rapper Hangout Gets an Art-World Assist, Village Voice, June 14, 2016, Siddhartha Mitter

No Longer Empty Invigorates Jamaica, NYC's Art Scene With Jameco Exchange,, June 24, 2016, Jenna Bagcal

Jamaica arts exhibition celebrates temporary run,, Patrick Donachie, July 14, 2016

Editors' Picks: 6 Art Events to See in New York This Week,, May 23, 2016,  Rain Embuscado

From Brooklyn to Russia's Ural Region, Artists Cross Political and Geographic Borders,, March 1, 2016


Art in Odd Places Revisits a Decade of Fleeting Experiences,, October 12, 2015

Bronx Museum Showcases (and Helps) Emerging Artists, New York Times, July 10, 2015

Emerging Artists Take the Bronx, Time Out New York, July 15, 2015


Story Lines: "The Intuitionists" at the Drawing Center,, Thomas Micchelli, July 19, 2014

The Intuitionists and 'Small', New York Times, Ken Johnson, July 31, 2014

The Intuitionists, The New Yorker, August 4 , 2014


The Culture Industry – Scene & Herd,, Kate Sutton, October 3, 2012

American Artists Learn Petersburg – Voice of, Anna Plotnikova, September 23, 2012

Baseball in Tagil – Channel 4, Yekaterinburg, Russia, September 12 , 2012

Festival 'Art Prospect' – Time Out: Moscow,

Anna Matveeva, September 10, 2012


MIXED MESSAGES': 'A(I)DS, Art + Words – New York Times, Holland Cotter, June 23, 2011

Critic's Pick –, Ara H. Merjian, June 26, 2011

Clarity through mixed messages – Chelsea Now, Lily Bouvier, June 15, 2011


Escape from New York – NYC Art Blog, Chris Rywalt, May 20, 2010, (

NYC in Paterson, N.J.: Escape from New York, C-Monster Blog, C-Monster, May 17, 2010, (

"Why We Should Ditch Manhattan's Art Scene andHead to New Jersey", Runnin' Scared Blog on, Araceli Cruz, May 14, 2010, ( )

Interview: Nicholas Fraser, The New Noise Blog, Emily Cameron & Patrick Taylor, ( ), February 1, 2010.

Art Uncovered-Interview, Break Thru Radio with DJ Piera, ( 


Tea for Two at Art in Odd Places,, ( October 8, 2009.

Memories of Daily Life in Now Empty Storefonts, EV Grieve Blog ( September 14, 2009.


Artist of 2:29 PM, TryHarder Blog (, August 29, 2008.

2007 Dear Nicholas Fraser, Olympia Lambert, Oly's Musings Blog ( October 25, 2007.


Finding Answers, Jerry Cullum, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, December 24, 2006.

Assembly Required, Jerry Cullum, Access Atlanta - December 28, 2006.


 Is it Art?, Creative Loafing, November 30, 2005.


 Innovation, 'Discontents' Get an Airing, Catherine Fox, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, July 25, 1999.

Annals of the ACA Alumni, Christina Kline, Atlanta Press, July 29, 1999.

Name Game: Bodies and Urns at Eyedrum, Cathy Bird, Creative Loafing, July 3, 1999.

The Wiley Eye, Christina Kline, Atlanta Press, June 24, 1999.


A Freshly Plowed Field, Jill Jordan Sieder, Highpoint, April 26, 1994.

Less is More in King Plow Sculpture Exhibit, Jerry Cullum, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, May 6, 1994.




President's Award, Atlanta College of Art.

Dean's Award, Atlanta College of Art.


Gene Alcott Memorial Scholarship.

CGR Advisors Scholarship.

Nominated for Yale Summer School of Art.

Juror's Award for Sculpture, Atlanta College of Art,

Juried Student Exhibition.


Dean's Award, Atlanta College of Art.



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