One Person Exhibitions:

2017 Kai Matsumiya, New York.

2004 Galerie Edward Mitterand, Geneva.

2004 If You See Something, Say Something, Gallery 2, Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York.

2004 M-Projects, Paris.

2002 Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York.

2000 Robert Miller Gallery, New York.

1999 Gallerie Nelson, Paris Photo, Paris.

1998 Robert Miller Gallery, New York.

1997 Gallerie Nelson, Paris.

1995 Gallerie Analix - B & L Polla, Geneva.

1990 Magnascanner 3000, Project Room, Paula Allen Gallery, New York.

Selected Group Exhibitions:

2019 The Distance of the Moon, Akron Art Museum, Akron, Ohio.

2019 Standalone, Craig Kalpakjian & Andrew Ross, Kai Matsumiya, New York.

2019 The Village, carriage trade, New York.

2018 Photography to end all Photography, Brandts Museum, Odense, Denmark.

2018 Walking Point, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York.

2017 Truth Bistro, Curated by Gabriel Lima, Kai Matsumiya, New York.

2016 The Sun Placed in The Abyss, The Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, Ohio.

2016 Don't Make A Scene, Kai Matsumiya, New York.

2016 Foundation Barbin, Kai Matsumiya, New York.

2015 An Expanded Field of Photography, Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, North Adams, Massachusetts.

2015 Works on Paper, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York.

2014 Vertigo, Joe Sheftel Gallery, New York.

2014 The Optical Unconscious / Das Optische Unbewusste, Organized by Bob Nickas, Gebert Foundation, Rapperswil-Jona, Switzerland.

2013 Drone: The Automated Image Le Mois De La Photo a Montreal, Vox centre de l'image contemporaine, Montreal.

2012 After Photoshop: Manipulated Photography in the Digital Age, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

2012 Blind Cut, curated by Jonah Freeman and Vera Neykov,
Marlborough Chelsea Gallery, New York.

2011 14 & 15, 885 Third Ave, New York.

2011 Entertainment, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York.

2010 Looking Back / The Fifth White Columns Annual - Selected by Bob Nickas,
White Columns, New York.

2010 The Evryali Score, curated by Olivia Shao,
David Zwirner, New York.

2008 Reality Check: Truth and Illusion in Contemporary Photography,
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

2008 Digital With Monument, Silver Shed, New York.

2007 The Happiness of Objects, The Sculpture Center, New York.

2007 Bring The War Home, organized by Drew Heitzer, Elizabeth Dee Gallery, New York, and QED, Los Angeles.

2006 Slow Burn, curated by Jonah Freeman, Galerie Edward Mitterand, Geneva.

2006 Middle Ground, Photography from the Whitney Museum of American Art, Miriam & Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery, Columbia University, New York.

2005 Vanishing Point, The Wexner Center For The Arts, Columbus, Ohio.

2005 The Elated Pedestrian, Champion Fine Art, Los Angeles.

2005 Out of Place, The UBS Art Gallery, New York.

2004 Photography Reborn, Ramapo College, New Jersey.

2004 Villette Numerique 2004, Parc De La Villette, Paris.

2003 Filme: Sarah Morris, Darren Almond, Paul Morrison, Craig Kalpakjian, Haluk Akakçe,
Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin.

2003 Nown, curated by Michele Thursz, Wood Street Galleries, Pittsburgh.

2003 The Affair is Over: photography by gallery artists, Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York.

2002 Visions from America: Photographs from the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1940-2001,
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.

2002 Out of Site, The New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York.

2002 Situated Realities, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore.

2001 Bitstreams, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.

2001 010101: Art In Technological Times, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, SanFrancisco.

2000 Scanner, Curated by Larry Rinder, CCAC Institute, California College of Arts and Crafts.

2000 Dusk, Curated by David Hunt, I-20 Gallery, New York.

2000 NYC Projects, Delfina Gallery, London.

2000 Architectural Constructs in Contompotrary Photography, Julie Saul Gallery, New York

2000 The Constructed Real, Elias Fine Art, Boston.

1998 Architecture & Inside, Paul Morris Gallery, New York.

1998 Odyssey, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York.

1998 About Painting, Part One, Robert Miller Gallery, New York.

1997 Photography from the Beginning, Robert Miller Gallery, New York.

1996 Space, Mind, Place, Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York;
curated by John Connelly and Michelle Reyes.

1996 Can You Digit?, Postmasters Gallery, New York.

1996 Urban Structures, Munich Kunsthalle, Munich; organized by Matthias Held.

1995 The National Security State, Steffany Martz, New York; curated by Max Estinger.

1995 Derek Jarman, Craig Kalpakjian, Julia Sher, Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York.

1994 The Ecstasy of Limits, Gallery 400,
School of Art and Design, The University of Illinois at Chicago.

1994 Flesh and Ciphers, HERE Center for the Arts, New York.

1994 R.A.S., Gallerie Analix - B & L Polla, Geneva, Switzerland;
organized by Gianni Romano.

1994 Susan Etkin, Michael Jenkins, Craig Kalpakjian, Charles Long, Donna Moylan,
Gallery Lok, New York; Organized by Alexander Berscheid & Jade Dellinger.

1993 Artists "Select", Artists Space, New York.

1993 Back Room, Natalie Rivera, New York.

1992 The Real Thing, organized by Erik Oppenheim, New York.

1992 The Rope Show, Artists Space, New York.

1992 Ecstasy, Dooley Le Cappellaine, New York.

1992 Beyond Glory: Re-presenting Terrorism,
The Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, Maryland.

1991 Value, Dooley Le Cappellaine, New York.

1991 Certain Uncertainty, The Lobby Gallery, Deutsche Bank, New York;
Curated by Kenny Schachter and Sandra Gering.

1991 Decorous Beliefs, Natalie Rivera, New York; Curated by Kenny Schachter.

1991 The Third Rail, John Post Lee, Inc., New York; Curated by Karin Bravin.

1991 Devon Dikeou, Graham Durward, Craig Kalpakjian,
Paula Allen Gallery, New York.

1991 Brut 90, White Columns, New York.

1990 The New Eccentricity: Sculpture, Bess Cutler Gallery, New York;
Curated by Frederieke Taylor.

1990 Societal Images, White Columns, New York.

1989 Rudolf de Crignis, Craig Kalpakjian, PS 122 Gallery, New York.

1989 American Fine Arts, Co., Colin De Land Fine Art, New York.

Exhibitions Curated:

2005 The Feraliminal Lycanthropizer, Champion Fine Art, Los Angeles.

1992 E.S.P., Dooley Le Cappellaine, New York.

1992 Stand-Ins, Four Walls at P.S. 1 (Seven Rooms, Seven Shows), The Institute for Contemportary Art, P.S. 1 Museum, New York.

Selected Bibliography:

The Brooklyn Rail; April 2020, Issue 199; Art In Conversation: CRAIG KALPAKJIAN with Yasi Alipour; pp.36-41, Ill. (& cover #4)

Stories of Almost Everyone, Aram Moshayedi, ed., pp. 214-219, "A Disqueting Muse" by Linda Norden; Hammer Museum, University of California, Ill.

Craig Kalpakjian: Intelligence, Sternberg Press, Berlin / Kai Matsumiya Gallery, New York; ill.

The New York Times, New York, Friday, Oct 25, 2017; "What to See in New York City Art Galleries This Week" by Martha Schwendener.

The New Yorker, Nov 6, 2017; "Goings On About Town"

Time Out New York, Friday, Sept 15, 2017; "Craig Kalpakjian" by Howard Halle; ill.

Foundations of Design, by Jeff Davis; Wordsworth Publishing/Cengage Learning; Boston, ill.

Bomb Magazine, issue #115; Erik Moskowitz & Amanda Trager interviewed by Craig Kalpakjian

Blind Spot, issue 42; guest editor Liz Deschenes

Tunguska International, Triple Canopy, issue 1, by Craig Kalpakjian & Sarah Kessler

Cabinet Magazine, Summer 2005, issue 18, "Artist Project: Moonworks", by Craig Kalpakjian; pp. 40-43, ill.

New Philosophy for New Media, by Mark B. N. Hansen; MIT Press; Cambridge; pp. 209-213, ill.

Issue Magazine, Fall, 2004; "Manifesto", by Sara Gavlak; pp. 18-19, ill.

Subjective Realities; Works from the Refco Collection of Contemporary Photography; The Refco Group, New York and Chicago; pp. 2-3, 148-149, ill.

Digital Art, by Christine Paul; Thames & Hudson; London; p. 42, ill.

Visions from America; Photography from the Whitney Museum of American Art 1940-2001; Prestel Verlag; Munich, London, New York; p. 207, ill.

Architecture; June, 2002; Volume 91, Number 06; "View", p. 128, ill.

Trace; No. 36; "InSight: 20 Artists On The Rise" by Carmen Zita; p. 59, ill.

2002 magazine, April 1, 2002; "Shoegazer", by Michael Rossi; Features, ill.

Time Out New York; April 18-25, 2002, Issue No. 342; "Space is the place: Craig Kalpakjian finds virtue in virtual reality" by Tim Griffin; Reviews, Art, p. 61, ill.

"Super-Cannes," by J. G. Ballard; Picador USA; New York; Jacket Illustration.

Vogue Hommes International, Fall-Winter, 2001-2002; "Fictional Space;" by Aaron Betsky; pp. 140-141, ill.

arText, August-October, 2001; "Thin Film: translucency and transparency in contemporary art;" by Tim Griffin; pp. 66-73, ill.

Financial Times, March 31 / April 1, 2001; "Virtual corridors of power;" by Ralph Rugoff; FT Weekend, p. VI, ill.

Visionaire 34, 2001; "Paris;" Ed. by Hedi Slimaine for Dior Homme; ill.

The New York Times Magazine; December 3, 2000; "Secrets" (special issue); cover ill., ill. p. 77.

Frieze; November-December 2000, Issue 55; "Craig Kalpakjian, Robert Miller Gallery, New York" by David Hunt; Back, ill. p. 105

Modern Painters; Autumn 2000, Volume 13: No. 3; "The Disappearance of the Human: Craig Kalpakjian's virtual neo-reality" by Jason Oddy; ill. pp. 52-53

Art Monthly; September 2000, No. 239; "New York Projects" by Laura Moffatt; Exhibitions, pp. 48-49

Tate, The Art Magazine; Summer 2000, Issue 22; "Urbane Sprawl" by Aaron Betsky; ill. pp.30-35

The Thing;, 6/8/2000; "Trompe l'oeil for the Twenty-First Century: Craig Kalpakjian at Robert Miller" by Brian Boucher; Ill.

Time Out New York; June 1-8, 2000, Issue No. 245; "Craig Kalpakjian" by Tim Griffin; Reviews, Art, p. 91

"Louse," by David Grand; Arcade Publishing; New York; Jacket Illustration.

Visionaire 24, 1998; "Light;" Ed. by Tom Ford for Gucci; ill.

2wice Visual/Culture/Document; "Interiors," Vol 1: No 2; "Adjoining Rooms: Craig Kalpakjian and Richard Barnes;" ill. pp. 36-45.

The Thing;, 4/5/98; "Craig Kalpakjian at Robert Miller Gallery" by Diane Ludin; Ill.

Time Out New York; March 26-April 2, 1998, issue No. 131; "Craig Kalpakjian" by Bill Arning; Reviews, Art, p. 45.

The Village Voice; March 24, 1998, Vol. XLII, No. 12; "Short List."

The New York Times; New York, Friday, January 31, 1997, Vol. CXLVI, No. 50,689; Photography Review, "200 Images Leisurely Chatting;" p. C27.

Time Out New York; July 31-August 7, 1996, issue 45; "Space, Mind, Place" by Bill Arning; Reviews, Art; p. 28.

Flash Art; October 1995; Reviews; ill. p. 119.

"Violent Persuasions: The Politics and Imagery of Terrorism"; Ed. by David J. Brown and Robert Merrill; Bay Press; Seattle; ill. p. 69.

temporale RIVISTA D'ARTE E DI CULTURA; n.31 - 1993; "In and out Liquid Architectures (through a few objects)", Gianni Romano; ill. p.36.

Zoom; September/October 1993; "Investigations"; ill. p. 10.

Arts Magazine; Feburary, 1992; "New York in Review."

The Village Voice; July 9, 1991, Vol. XXXVI, No. 28; "Choices."

The Village Voice; July 2, 1991, Vol. XXXVI, No. 27; "Choices."

The New Yorker; February 5, 1990; "Goings on About Town."

Selected Collections:

The Museum of Modern Art, New York

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

The Art Institute of Chicago, New York

The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

Centre Pompidou, Paris

Yvonne Force & Leo Villareal, New York

Tom Ford & Richard Buckley, Santa Fe, New Mexico

Jane Furse & John Friedman, New York

Group Lhoist Collection, Belgium

Olivier Renaud-Clémont, New York

Sebastian Sainsbury, London

Kenny Schachter & Ilona Rich, London

Hedi Slimane, Paris