Curriculum Vitæ

JAMES BRADLEY
Born Orange, CA 1980

EDUCATION

California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA
Master of Fine Arts Degree awarded May 2009

California State University, San Bernardino, CA
Bachelor of Arts Degree awarded June 2003

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

“Enter Batgirl, Exit Illuminazi,” Maniac Gallery, San Francisco, CA, February 2011
“The S.S.S.S.S.S. Presents: Obama Trauma,” Artists’ Television Access, San Francisco, CA, May 2010
“We Rule the School,” Robert V. Fullerton Museum, San Bernardino, CA, May 2003

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

2017
“Mind Control,” Alter Space, San Francisco, CA

2016
“Networked Souls,” Alter Space, San Francisco, CA

2015
“The Dark Night of the Blank Canvas,” Purgation Projects

2014
“First Class: An International Mail Art Exhibition,” Port City Gallery, Portland, OR
“The Possible,” Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley, CA

2013
“Annual Small Works Juried Competition,” Greenpoint Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2012
“Streetopia,” The Luggage Store, San Francisco, CA
“How We Leave and Return: Intersections of Art and History,” Angel Island Visitor Center, Angel Island, CA

2011
“Enter Batgirl, Exit Illuminazi,” Maniac Gallery, San Francisco, CA

2010
“The S.S.S.S.S.S. Presents: Obama Trauma,” Artists’ Television Access, San Francisco, CA
“Out of the Flat Files,” Triple Base Gallery, San Francisco, CA
“The Something,” Sight School, Oakland, CA

2009
“How to Survive Y2K: MIAMI 00-09,” Maniac Gallery at Verge Art Fair, Miami, FL
“The Something,” Jack Hanley Gallery, San Francisco, CA
“Wrong!” 21 Grand, Oakland, CA
“Novus Taedium Seclorum,” Maniac Gallery, Oakland and Los Angeles, CA
“Children of the Revolution,” Federal Art Project, Los Angeles, CA
“2009 MFA Show,” California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA
“Media Arts End-Of-Semester Juried Show,” Timkin Hall, California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA
“The Sketchbook Show,” Orange Alley Project, San Francisco, CA
“Out of the Flat Files II,” Triple Base Gallery, San Francisco, CA
“Post-Bling,” PLAySPACE Gallery, San Francisco, CA
“The Paradox of the Sets,” Onsix Gallery, San Francisco, CA
“Rock Paper Scissor,” Robert Berman Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
“For Lovers and Fighters,” Spare Room Project, San Francisco, CA
“Sweet and Matchless,” PLAySPACE Gallery, San Francisco, CA
“Illusion Helps,” Orange Alley Project, San Francisco, CA

2008
“As Above So Below,” Hamburger Eyes Photo Epicenter, San Francisco, CA
“There is Nothing Funny About a Clown in the Moonlight,” Artists’ Television Access, San Francisco, CA
“Mission School Resume Writing Workshop,” PLAySPACE Gallery, San Francisco, CA
“I’m Scared Because There’s Only One of You,” SoCha, San Francisco, CA
“Ready to Pop,” Blankspace Gallery, Oakland, CA
“FTW AKA PMA,” The Tricycle Gallery, San Francisco, CA
“The Rainbow Show,” Café Royale, San Francisco, CA

2007
“All Artists Circle,” North/South Gallery, Oakland, CA
“The Notebook Show,” PLAySPACE Gallery, San Francisco, CA

2006
“Ender’s Game,” The Pixel Palace, Riverside, CA

2005
“Swans and Automatons,” Castle of Sleep, Riverside, CA
“Coming Home: Art Alumni Exhibition,” Robert V. Fullerton Museum, San Bernardino, CA

2004
Group Exhibition, Qtopia, Los Angeles, CA
“Neon Hates You,” The Smell, Los Angeles, CA

2003
Group Exhibition, The Generator, Los Angeles, CA
“Say It Ain’t So, Kobe,” Casa Del Pueblo, Los Angeles, CA
“We Rule the School,” Robert V. Fullerton Museum, San Bernardino, CA
“All Looks and No Content,” Robert V. Fullerton Museum, San Bernardino, CA

2002
Group Exhibition, Arts on 5th, San Bernardino, CA
“Digress Benefit Show,” Riverside Community Arts Association, Riverside, CA

2001
“Saturation,” Back to the Grind, Riverside, CA
Group Exhibition, The People’s Gallery, Riverside, CA

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Caustic Frolic, Spring 2017
Contra Equus Niveus: Vol. IV
, January 2017, Hexagon Press
Anamesa: Vol. 14, No. 2
, Fall 2016
Anamesa: Vol. 14, No. 1
, Spring 2016
Lightning’d Press: Issue 9
, March 2016
Columbia Journal
, March 3, 2016
The Cloud of Unknowing
(Chapbook), Hexagon Press, 2016
Poetry Quarterly #22,
Summer 2015, Prolific Press
Sparks of Consciousness
, June 2015
Crack the Spine: Fall 2014 Anthology
, Crack the Spine Press, 2015
LIES/ISLE: Issue 8, January 2015
Synecdoche, Fall/Winter 2014
Madhat Lit, October 9, 2014
3Elements Review No. 5, Fall 2014
Eccolinguistics 3.1, September 2014, Delete Press
S/WORD #4, Summer 2014
Crack the Spine #121, July 30, 2014, Crack the Spine Press
The Possible Artist Book, Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive, 2014
HAARP: Vol. 1, No. 3 (Co-Editor), May 2014, Hexagon Press
INCIDENT Magazine #1, April 2014
HAARP: Vol. 1, No. 2 (Co-Editor), April 2014, Hexagon Press
Eccolinguistics 2.4, April 2014, Delete Press
Mirrors of Azazel (Chapbook), Hexagon Press, 2014
HAARP: Vol. 1, No. 1 (Co-Editor), March 2014, Hexagon Press
Counterexample Poetics, February 10, 2014
Sein und Werden, Winter 2013, ISMs Press
Anamesa: Vol. 11, No. 2, Fall 2013
BLACK&WHITE: Vol. 2 No. 3, Fall 2013, Red Ochre Press
La Fovea
Gone Lawn #12, Autumn 2013
Caliban Online #12, July 2013
Officer Exchange Program Musical, VDM Verlag Dr. Muller, 2010
Psymulation: Reenactments of the Present, Hamburger Eyes Photo Epicenter, Burgerworld Media, 2008

REVIEWS

Carlson, Michele. “How We Leave and Return: Intersections of Art and History.” Art Practical Issue 3.16/ Nomadic Tendencies, July 2012
McChrystal, Carol Anne. “Erin Allen and James Bradley: New World Boredom.” Art Practical Shotgun Review, July 2009
Gannon, Victoria. “New World Boredom.” KQED Arts, July 2009

VIEWING PROGRAMS

White Columns Curated Artist Registry, New York, NY
The Drawing Center Artist Registry, New York, NY

OTHER LINKS

ArtSlant
Hexagon Press

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