CIRRICULUM VITAE

 

Derek Stefanuk (b. 1980, CAN)


Education.

Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree, Specializing in Painting.

The Alberta College of Art & Design.

Calgary, Alberta. 2004.


Exhibitions.


Solo:

          

  1.      “Vanishing”. East wing; Quab Gallery, Art Central. Calgary, AB. October 2006.


•    “Theatre Nocturne”. The Saddlery Gallery (extended from the Works Festival).

    Edmonton, AB. July 6th -  August 1st 2005.


•    “Theatre Nocturne”. The Works International Festival of Art & Design.

    Edmonton, AB. June 24th –July 6th 2005.


Selected Group:



  1.      Post Mortem/ international Group Exhibit.

        September 6- 29th 2013. La Petite Mort Gallery, Ottawa, Canada./

        November 1- 30th 2013. YESSR6, Santiago, Chile.


  1.        Come Together Bogota. Ayden Gallery special event. Bogota Colombia.

            November, 2013.


  1.      Monstra. Curated by Decover Magazine. Oct 25th - Nov. 4th 2013.


  2.      Le Cabinet des Curiosities. La Petite Mort Gallery. Ottawa, Ontario.

        July 5th- 28th 2013. Vernissage July 5th, 7- 10 pm.


  1.     The Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition. Juried exhibition.

        Nathan Phillips Square. Toronto Ontario.  July 5th -7th 2013.


  1.    "Twilight Of The Idols". Duo. Ayden Gallery. Vancouver, BC. March 8 - 31st 2013. 

  2.   

  3.    "Expo D". Galerie D. Montreal, Quebec. February 23rd- March 4th 2013.


  4.    The Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition. Juried exhibition.

      Nathan Phillips Square. Toronto Ontario.  July 6th -9th 2012.


  1.    "Drown Me In". Ayden Gallery, Vancouver, BC. Feb.10th -March 4th  2012. 


  2.    "Saving Face". Juried exhibition of contemporary portraiture.

      The Living Arts Centre. Mississauga On.  Sept. 13th - Nov. 13th 2011.


•    "Silent Stories". Ayden Gallery. Vancouver, BC. 2011.


•    "Christmas show". Galerie Rye. Montreal, QC. 2010.


•    “Expo Carrefour”. Galerie Rye. Montreal, QC.  2010.


•    “1111”. Temporary exhibition space. Calgary, AB. January 11- 13 2009.


•    Live Portaiture. Gallery 1043. Calgary, AB. December 13th 2008.


•    “BJWood2”. Private Gallery. Montreal, Quebec. April 2008.


•    “Bridge”. Gallery 1043. Calgary, AB. November 2007.


•    “Velvet Love”. Gallery 1043. Calgary, AB. February 2006.


  1.    “Representing the Land”. Image 54. Calgary, AB. September 2005.



Charitable:


  1.     "ARTSIDA5". Juried Charity Exhibition & Auction. la Musee D'Art Contemporain.

  2.      Montreal, QC. May 4. 2013./Galerie D April 16th- May 3rd.


Publications:

   Selected Online.

  1.   Mimik Magazine."Mirror Fragments". Feature, interview. February 2014.

  2.    Beautiful Bizarre Magazine. (Australia). Feature. December 2013.

  3.    Juxtapoz Magazine. Feature. April 15th 2013.

  4.    Chaos Magazine. "Life's Inconsistencies". Feature. Adriana Scott. April 3rd 2013.

  5.   Quip Magazine. Interview. Angelika Joa. 2013.

  6.   Supersonic Electronic. Art Blog. Feature. March 19th 2013.

  7.   Exhibition-ism.com. Art Blog by Spoke Art Gallery. feature. March 18th, 2013.

  8.   Blue Canvas Magazine. Feature. July 16th -23rd 2012.



  9. Print.


  10.   Beautiful Bizarre Magazine. (Australia). Feature. December 2013.

  11.   Decover Magazine, Monstra, special issue. Fall 2013.

  12.   Decover Magazine, Issue #20. Feature. April, 2013.

  13.    The Montreal Mirror. Feature. July 1st -7th. 2010.

•   “Three Artists to Watch”. Alberta Legacy Magazine. Interview. Bruce Weir. Fall issue 2006.

  1.   “Broad Brush, Big Canvas”. The Edmonton Journal. Review. Gilbert A. Bouchard.

  2.   July 23rd 2005. 

  3.   “Top Five Critics Picks”. The Edmonton Journal. Review. Gilbert A. Bouchard.

  4.   July 9th 2005.



Collections.


  1.   Private collection of Earl Pinchuk and Gary Blair.

  2.   Art for Healing Foundation. Montreal.

• Collection of Jean Fortin, galleriste, Galerie Dentaire. Montreal, QC.


Awards.

• The Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant. 2006.

• “Students Choice Award”. ACAD Graduating Class. 2004.

  1.   ACAD nominee for Yale Summer Art Program at Skowhegan. 2003.

  2.   Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Field of Excellence 2004- present.