Scott Bailey

 

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Scott Bailey has held solo exhibitions in the US, Japan, Italy, Egypt, and South Africa, and his work has been critically recognized in a variety of national and international publications. He works also as a writer, curator, and educator who has written as the Seattle Corresponding Editor for Contemporary Magazine (London) and currently serves as the head of the Art Department at Wenatchee Valley College. His work draws heavily on his experiences of living in Italy, Japan, and Egypt, and having traveled to more than 50 countries.

 

Now: Wenatchee, WA USA
Born: Phoenix, AZ USA


EDUCATION

1995-1997 MFA: Painting, Colorado State University, USA
1986-1990 BA, Art, Gonzaga University, USA


SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2015

Anthropogenic Landscapes
Gallery One, Ellensburg, WA,
2014

Instant Landscape
MAC Gallery, Wenatchee, WA
2012

Topometry, Topology, Topography
MAC Gallery, Wenatchee, WA
2011 Manifest Destiny, (Temporary Installation)
Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA

2010 Manifest Destiny
Robert Graves Gallery, Wenatchee, WA

2008 Oversight
Lawrimore Project, Seattle, WA
2007 Infrared
EWU Gallery of Art, Eastern Washington University, Cheney, WA
2006 Virtually Sublime
Sara Spurgeon Gallery, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, WA
2005 Contemporary Landscapes
Moses Lake Museum and Art Center, Moses Lake, WA
2004 Waku wo Koete
White Gallery, Kagoshima, Japan
2003 Scott Bailey
Broward Community College Fine Arts Gallery, Ft. Lauderdale, FL
2002 Crimson
Townhouse Gallery of Contemporary Art, Cairo, Egypt
2000 Scott Bailey
Gezira Art Center, Cairo, Egypt
2000 In the Eye of the Beholder
Townhouse Gallery of contemporary art, Cairo, Egypt
1999 Paintings
American Academy in Rome, Italy
1998 Opus
Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO
1998 Places to Inspire
Lincoln Center for Performing Arts, Ft. Collins, CO
1996 Shizen no Tamashii
White Gallery, Kagoshima, Japan
1994 Scott Bailey
White Gallery, Kagoshima, Japan


GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2015 Scott Bailey and Ruth Allan
Robert Graves Gallery, Wenatchee, WA
2014 Teaching Artist's Exhibition
MAC Gallery, Wenatchee, WA
2013 Art on the Wall
Capitol Theater Gallery, Yakima, WA
2012 Wenatchee Valley Invitational
Gallery One, Ellensburg, WA
2011 WVC Art Faculty Exhibition
Gallery '76, Wenatchee, WA
2010 Off The Map,
Kirkland Art Center, Kirkland, WA
2010 The Art Faculty
Wenatchee Valley Museum, Wenatchee, WA
2009 Open Studios
Santa Fe Art Institute, Santa Fe, NM
2006 WVC Art Faculty Exhibition
Gallery '76, Wenatchee, WA
2006 Regional College Invitational
Sarah Spurgeon Gallery, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, WA
2003 Faculty Exhibition
American University in Cairo, Falaki Gallery, Cairo, Egypt
2002 Faculty Exhibition
American University in Cairo, Falaki Gallery, Cairo, Egypt
2001 Faculty Exhibition
American University in Cairo, Falaki Gallery, Cairo, Egypt
2001 2 nd Al Nitaq Art Festival
Gresham Hotel, Cairo, Egypt
2000 Faculty Exhibition
American University in Cairo, Falaki Gallery, Cairo, Egypt
1999 Group Exhibition
William Havu Gallery, Denver, CO
1999 Faculty Exhibition
American University in Cairo, Falaki Gallery, Cairo, Egypt
1998 Group Exhibition
Cooperstown Art Association, Cooperstown, PA
1998 Group Exhibition
Colorado Springs Fine Art Center, Colorado Springs, CO
1998 Faculty Exhibition
Hatton Gallery, Ft. Collins, CO
1997 MFA Thesis Exhibition
Hatton Gallery, Ft. Collins, CO
1997 Group Exhibition
Studio 129 Gallery, Bowling Green, OH
1997 Group Exhibition
Innovations Gallery, Ft. Collins, CO
1997 Group Exhibition
Golden Arts Center, Golden, CO
1997 Magnum Opus X
Sacramento Fine Arts Center, Sacramento, CA
1996 Group Exhibition
Kurfman Gallery, Ft. Collins, CO
1995 Group Exhibition
Kurfman Gallery, Ft. Collins, USA
1992 Group Exhibition
Kagoshima Art Museum, Kagoshima, Japan
1990 Graduate Thesis Exhibition
Gonzaga University AD Gallery, Spokane, WA


RESIDENCIES, WORKSHOPS, ETC.

2009 Visiting Artist Residency
Santa Fe Art Institute, Santa Fe, NM USA
2001 Contemporary International Curatorial Practices Seminar (Co-Organizer)
American University in Cairo, Cairo, Egypt
2000 Visiting Artist, Painting Workshop
Technikon Pretoria, South Africa
1999 Contemporary International Curatorial Practices Seminar
American University in Cairo, Cairo, Egypt
1999 Visiting artist
American Academy in Rome, Italy


TEACHING AND OTHER EXPERIENCE

2003-present Assistant Professor, Director of Art Program
Wenatchee Valley College, WA USA
2000-2003 Falaki Gallery Director
American University in Cairo, Egypt
1998-2003 Assistant Professor of Art
American University in Cairo, Egypt
1996-1998 Instructor
Colorado State University, USA
1992-1994 Instructor
Dai Ichi Yobi Gakko, Kagoshima, Japan
1991-1993 Lecturer
Junshin Tandai, Kagoshima, Japan


SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

2010 Curator’s Eye:  Out of this World, The Editors, City Arts Magazine, Seattle, March issue
2010 Mapping the World so that We May Use It, Ryan Molencamp, City Arts Magazine CAB, Feb. 12
2008 Currently Hanging , Jen Graves, The Stranger SLOG, Nov. 28
2008 Thread Count, Adriana Grant, Seattle Weekly, Nov. 25
2008 Artists See Spectacles of America..., Regina Hackett, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Nov. 21
2008 Paintings by Scott Bailey: A Bomb's Eye View , Orion Magazine, October/November
2005 Moses Lake Art Via Satellite, Pam Robel, Columbia Basin Herald, September 15, 2005
2004 17 and in AUC—the transcriptions, Ars Sine Scienctia Nihil, Gallery Chantal Crousel, Paris
2004 Modern Egyptian Art 1910-2003, Liliane Karnouk, American University in Cairo Press
2003 Eye of the Beholder, Rick Stegmeyer, The Wenatchee World, October 30
2003 A good Read, (Spotlight Culture), Manal el-Jesri, Egypt Today, January, pp. 49-50
2003 African Anti-museum, Dina Ramadan, Cairo Times, 2-8 January
2002 Nigel Ryan, "The Mechanics of Meat", Al Ahram Weekly , 21-27 November
2002 Richard Woffenden, "Branching Out", Cairo Times , 25 April-1May
2002 Marilu Knode, "R eport From Cairo", Art in America , January
2001 Richard Woffenden and Khaled Hafez, "On Show", Egypt Almanac
2001 Yasmeen Siddiqui , "Cairo International Biennale/Al Nitaq", Nka Journal of Contemporary African Art , Fall/Winter
2001 Richard Woffenden, "The State of the Arts in Egypt" Art in the Islamic World volume 35
2001 Jane Ayer, "Art Hotel", Cairo Times, 22-28 March
2001 Michael Bray, "Three's Company", Cairo Times 15-21 February
2000 Nigel Ryan, "In Search of Controversy", Al Ahram Weekly 28 September-4 October
2000 Richard Woffenden, "All that Rot", Cairo Times 25-31 May
2000 Iman Issa, "All Things Beautiful", Al Medina Magazine April
2000 Khaled Hafez, "In the Eye of the Beholder", Egypt Today May
2000 "Best of Art: AUC Faculty", Cairo Times February
1999 Richard Woffenden, "Painting Pedagogues", Cairo Times 18 February-3 March
1996 "Shizen no Tamashii Exhibition", Minami Nihon Shimbun 23 July
1996 "Exhibition Review", Minami Nihon Shimbun 7 July

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS AUTHORED

2003-2008 “Seattle Corresponding Editor” Contemporary Magazine, (London)
2003 A Line Drawn in the Sand Between Cairo’s Public and Private Exhibition Spaces, SITE Magazine, (Stockholm), June
2002-03 “Cairo Corresponding Editor” Contemporary Magazine, (London)
2001 Young Egyptian Artists Blazing a New Path, Art in the Islamic World, Volume 35; Egypt: the arts in view, (hardcover), (London)
2001 Heba Farid: Photographing in the Fourth Dimension, (English/Arabic/French/German.) Catalogue text for exhibitions at Townhouse Gallery, Cairo (Jan 8-Feb-6); Photoforum Pasquart, Biel, Switzerland (Jun. 1-Sept.22)
1999 Review of 7th International Cairo Biennale, New Art Examiner, (Chicago), November

1992

Pedigogy in Art Education, Junshin Kenkyu Kiyou (Journal), Kagoshima, Japan