ADA Gallery is proud to present new works by painter Andrew Paul Woolbright in his upcoming show, Expresso Your Depresso, which will open on Friday, June 7 (7-9pm), and will remain on view until June 29, 2019.
Andrew Woolbright (American, b. 1986) attended the School of the Art Institute in Chicago, Illinois and later completed his MFA in Painting from the Rhode Island School of Design, where he was also an Honorary Fellowship recipient. Woolbright’s recent solo and two-person exhibitions include Where The Tweets Turn Into Pearls at Yellow Peril Gallery (Providence, RI), Love Amongst The Amaranth at the University of Illinois (Springfield, IL), The Biome of Heliogabulus: Second Chapter in The Shrinebeast Cycle at InSitu Works (Monterrey, Mexico), and New Figurative Artists at Lequire Gallery (Nashville, TN). His extensive participation in group exhibitions includes Euphoric Flex at Baby Blue Gallery (Chicago, IL), We Gather Here Today at Dread Lounge (Los Angeles, CA), Menager/ie at SRO Gallery and Super Dutchess Gallery (both New York, NY), and Analog Ram: The Return of Active Memory at The Research House for Asian Art (Chicago, IL). His work has been included in such publications as The Boston Globe, Bushwick Daily, The Providence Journal, The Chicago Reader, and American Art Collector. He held an artist’s residency at Wassaic Project in 2018 and has spoken as a panel lecturer at SUNY New Paltz (New Paltz, NY) and the University of Northern Iowa (Cedar Falls, IA).
Woolbright now lives and works in Wappingers Falls, NY. He is currently the director of Super Dutchess, a contemporary art gallery located on the Lower East Side in New York City. In 2020, he will be the curator of a survey show of Kathy Goodell’s work to be held at the Dorsky Museum (New Paltz, NY) and will be included in an international group exhibition at Coherent Gallery in Brussels, Belgium.