Boston-Como in Como Italy
Group Exhibition of 35 Italian and American artists exhibited in the city of Como, Italy. Curated by Carolina Lio and James Hull.Exhibition Website
"As We Go Up We Go Down" Reviewed in Seattle Times
Robert Ayers Reviews "As We Go Up We Go Down" at Prole Drift Gallery for the Seattle Times.Seattle Times Review
When Will It End: America's Relationship to Nature Seen Through the Lens of Art - Joseph Wardwell, Artist and Assistant Professor of Painting and Drawing, Brandeis University
Talk at Tufts University Environmental Studies ProgramEnvironmental Studies Program
Andrew Rafacz Gallery presents Lake Effect/ Nor' Easter: Part I
Interview with J.J. Koczan of the Obelisk
2012 DeCordova Biennial reviewed in Art in America online
"Big Disgrace" Second solo show at Lamontagne Gallery in Boston
"Untied We Stand" at Heskin Contemporary, New York New York
Second solo exhibition at Heskin Contemporary, New York, NYHeskin Contemporary
Next Art Fair Chicago
La Montagne Gallery is exhibiting four paintings at the 2010 Next Art Fair in Chicago this April.
"Die Young" is selected as the Best Exhibitions of 2009 by the Boston Phoenix
"Die Young" is reviewed in the Boston Phoenix!
"Die Young" is selected as the Best Exhibitions of 2009 by the Boston Globe
"Die Young" is reviewed in the Boston Globe!
"Die Young" Joe Wardwell's first solo Exhibition with La Montagne Gallery in Boston.
"Seeing Songs" curated by William Stover at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston is reviewed in the Phoenix!
"Seeing Songs" curated by William Stover at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. Two pieces of Joe Wardwell on view!
"Sex, Drugs, and Rock and Roll" @ Steven Zevitas Gallery, Boston MA
October 16th to November 22, 2008
Reception: Friday Nov. 7th, 2008 @ 5:30pm
John Copeland, Simon English, Peregrine Honig, Michael Krueger, Wes Lang, David X Levine, Alllsion Schulnik, Zak Smith, and Joe WardwellSex, Drugs, and Rock and Roll
"Look West" @ Heskin Contemporary, June 2008, New York, NY
June 26th - July 31st, 2008
Opening Reception: Thursday, June 26th, 6-9 pm
443 West 37th Street Ground Floor
New York, NY 10018
"Solo" at the Green Street Gallery wins AICA award.
"Solo" at the Green Street Gallery wins the AICA award for best show in an alternative space.
Joe Wardwell, "Full Length", Best commercial gallery show of 2006
Joe Wardwell at Allston Skirt voted best commercial gallery show of 2006 by "Big, Red, and Shiny."
Art Forum Review of "Full Length" at Allston Skirt Gallery by Francine Koslow Miller
Check out the November issue of Art Forum for a great review of "Full Length." Francine Koslow Miller writes her impression of the show, here is a small excerpt from the opening paragraph:
"After five years of painting on guitars and two and a half years of portraying musicians, Boston's Joe Wardwell staged his own rock/art 'concert' of sorts. The artist paired his new raucous, romantic oil paintings and the elegant drawings that make up his 'Heavy History,' 2006, with a handpainted electric guitar finished in gold leaf and a vintage phonograph playing his latest vinyl album, Full Length, 2006, which showcases his rasping, guttural voice, booming bass-playing and drumming, and boisterous guitar riffing."
Full Length Opens! Review in the Boston Globe!
"Full Length" Opened on September 8th, 2006! There was a large loud crowd and the music was even louder! everyone seemded very pleased, I know that I am, as well as the wonderful ladies at Allston Skirt. They did a super great job in helping me hang, arrange, and support the show. A special thanks to them and everyone else who came to see it opening night!
Today, September 14th, Cate McQuiad reviewed the show in the Boston Globe calender section. Check it out when you get a chance. I will put the whole article on the website when it reaches the internet. As for now, run to your local newstand today!
2006 Allston Skirt show!
In September of 2006, Allston Skirt will open their season with a solo show of my work. In this power chord of an exhibit, there will be: brand new paintings, never shown drawings, an intaglio print done with Wingate studios in Northfield, MA, a painted plugged in guitar, and if that isn't enough a full length album! Yes, indeed, I have talked the talk, now it is time to rock the Rock! I have hand-printed 100 record jackets recorded 10 songs and printed them to vinyl. This is a limited edition print with a limited edition vinyl record to match! Don't miss out!