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Fowlkes, Stephan

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Awards
2008 Juror's Choice Award: Small Works, NYU Washington Square East Galleries. (National)
2003 Art-Tech Award. Westmoreland Arts National Juried Exhibit. Youngwood, PA (National)
1993 Academy of American Poets Prize (National)
2006 Curator’s Choice. SCOPE Hamptons. East Hampton, NY (National)
2002 Full Fellowship. Vermont Studio Center. Johnson, VT (National)

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Stephan Fowlkes was born in New York City in 1970. He graduated from Bennington College in 1993 and later studied at Columbia University’s Teachers College. Fowlkes’ work has been exhibited in solo and group shows in the U.S., France, Germany, the U.K., and Japan, including the 55Mercer Gallery in SoHo, the Caelum Gallery in Chelsea, Galeria Janet Kurnatowski in Brooklyn, the New Arts Gallery in Litchfield, CT, the Chelsea Art Museum, and the Fleming Museum in Burlington, VT. His sculpture has been reviewed by Sculpture Magazine, NY Arts Magazine, and the Village Voice. Between 2002 and 2005, Fowlkes was invited to The National Committee on U.S.-China Relations’ Young Leaders Forum, as the Fellow for the Arts and traveled twice to China as an American representative. He has been granted fellowship residencies at the Vermont Studio Center and at the Carving Studio Sculpture Center. He has taught art at the elementary through university levels in NYC, VT, Australia and France. He has been involved with Transvoyeur--a collective of New York- and Liverpool-based artists, participating in the 2004 and 2006 Liverpool Biennial Independents. In 2006, he received the Curator’s Choice Award, as part of the Artists Talk On Art lecture series at the School of Visual Arts in NYC. In 2007, he was invited to the Board of Directors at Salem Art Works, an artist residency program and sculpture park in upstate New York. He is the Arts Editor for The New York Optimist and founding director of the L Train Artists Collective. He lives and works in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn and maintains a studio in North Bennington, VT.

2010-present. Founding Director. L Train Artists Collective, Brooklyn, NY
2008-present. Arts Editor, The New York Optimist, NYC
2005 Curator. Galeria Janet Kurnatowski, Brooklyn, NY
2004, 03 Curator. North Bennington Outdoor Sculpture Park, North Bennington, VT
2001-02 Studio Assistant to Bernar Venet, sculptor, NYC/FRANCE
1995-01 Studio Assistant to Mia Westerlund-Roosen, sculptor, NY
1999 Teaching Assistant. Lacoste School of the Arts, Lacoste, FRANCE -Sculpture
1998 Intern. Metropolitan Museum of Art Children's Art Program, NYC
1998 Associate Woodshop Teacher. Village Community School, NYC
1997-98 Director/ Educator. Vermont Arts Exchange, N. Bennington, VT
1997 Lower School Art Teacher. The Spence School, NYC
1995-96 Assistant Art Teacher. Studio In A School: P.S. 15, P.S. 191, NYC
1994 Research Assistant. Lacoste School of the Arts. Lacoste, FRANCE

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Smushed Cube


51 x 46 in.


Sculpture, Mixed Media



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Found Around


72 x 64 in.


Sculpture



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Negative Space.


84 x 66 in.


Sculpture



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Cube Squared


76 x 60 in.


Sculpture



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TWAIN Redux


48 x 96 in.


Sculpture, Mixed Media, Other



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Through the Eyes of Time


33 x 66 in.


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Unchair


42 x 60 in.


Sculpture, Mixed Media



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Union


53 x 25 in.


Sculpture, Mixed Media



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Black & White


48 x 8 in.


Sculpture, Mixed Media



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Narcissus


41 x 48 in.


Sculpture, Mixed Media



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Untitled, assemblage #1


21 x 32 in.


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Assemblage #2 (Hinge)


37 x 24 in.


Sculpture, Mixed Media



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Shrine to Chaos and Order


20 x 19 in.


Sculpture, Mixed Media



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The New Trinity


80 x 60 in.


Sculpture, Mixed Media



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FLAG


46 x 66 in.


Mixed Media



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split


97 x 50 in.


Sculpture, Mixed Media, Oil on Wood



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Planks: Jump Series #1.


80 x 80 in.


Sculpture, Mixed Media



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Through All Great Advancements...


36 x 36 in.


Mixed Media



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If I were a Blue Dot amidst a


48 x 48 in.


Mixed Media



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The Way We Once Were


72 x 79 in.


Sculpture, Mixed Media



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FOUND


60 x 76 in.


Sculpture, Mixed Media



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Gallery view


400 x 200 in.


Sculpture


 


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Tower #3


48 x 15 in.


Sculpture



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Totem #1


47 x 10 in.


Sculpture



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Concave Corner #1


59 x 11 in.


Sculpture, Mixed Media



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WWJSculpt?


44 x 35 in.


Sculpture



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Cube #6


17 x 17 in.


Sculpture, Mixed Media



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Cube #7


12 x 14 in.


Sculpture



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Cube #8


18 x 18 in.


Sculpture



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The House Doesn't Make The Home


8 x 48 in.


Sculpture, Mixed Media



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One World, Slightly Skewed


9 x 47 in.


Sculpture



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From A Round Here


39 x 39 in.



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Factor of X


35 x 35 in.


Sculpture, Mixed Media



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Reclamation Proclamation


42 x 48 in.


Sculpture



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ART, On The Wall


50 x 104 in.


Sculpture


 
       

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