Resume

Born 1978 in Westfield, NJ
Lives and works in New York City

Education
2001 – BFA, School of Visual Arts, New York, NY
2003 – MFA, School of Visual Arts, New York, NY

Solo Exhibitions
2004 – “And I Don’t Mean it in a Good Way”, Sixtyseven gallery, New York

Group Exhibitions
2014- “Not Everyone Feels Like They Have to Win All the Time” Wayfarers Gallery, Brooklyn
2013- “Let’s Hope Nothing Bad Happens” Wayfarers Gallery, Brooklyn
2012- “I Choo –Choo-Choose You” Wayfarers Gallery, Brooklyn
2012- “For” Wayfarers Gallery, Brooklyn
2010- “Urban Shaman” Parlor Antics, Brooklyn
2010- “Yesterday Today is Tomorrow” Space 1026, Philadelphia
2009- “An Evening of Play” Gallery MC, New York
2009- “Mary’s Choice” 303 Gallery New York, curated by Mary Heilmann
2005- “Sasquatch Society” Sixtyseven Gallery. New York
2005- “Things of That Nature” Sixtyseven Gallery. New York
2004 – “Jerk Store”, Issue Inc. Exhibition Space. New York
2004 – “The Neon Forest Is My Home”, Sixtyseven Gallery. New York
2003 – “Let’s Just Say”, Some Space Curated by Ryan Kitsen, New York
2003 – “New York Area MFA Exhibition”, (College Art Assn.) Hunter College Times Square Gallery, New York
2002 – “I Think We’re Alone Now”, Visual Arts Gallery, New York
2002 – “Not Sculpture”, Visual Arts Gallery, New York
2000 – “Segments”, Visual Arts Gallery (SVA SoHo) New York
1999 – “Craig Hein, Susannah Vapnek”, School of Visual Arts Eastside Gallery, New York
1998 – “Group Show II”, ABC Gallery, New York
1997 – “Group Show”, ABC Gallery, New York

Selected Press
P. Maxwell, Web Article: “Emerging Artist Profile: Craig Hein“ Phillips DePury’s Art Expert. March 24th, 2008
Ken Johnson, “Sightings Of An Elusive Mountain Creature,” The New York Times. August 26, 2005
Nick Stillman, “Sasquatch Society at Sixtyseven” Time Out, New York.  September 1-7, 2005
Alessandra Petlin, “Mood Indigo” New York Magazine, February 14, 2005
William Powhida, “The Neon Forest is my Home at Sixtyseven” The Brooklyn Rail. February 2004
Stephen Maine “Dateline Brooklyn” Artnet. April 2004