STEVEN J. SEIDENBERG
3635 19th St.
San Francisco, CA 94110
2020, (upcoming), Casa dell'Architettura, Rome, Italy (photography)
2019, MACRO (Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome), Rome, Italy (photography, installation)
2019, Citta' Dell' Altra Economia, Rome, Italy (photography)
2018, MAAM (Museum of Other and Elsewhere), Rome, Italy (photography, installation)
2018, Right Window Gallery, San Francisco, CA (photography)
2018, Hartnett Gallery, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY (photography)
2017, Laconia Gallery, Boston, MA (photography)
2017, Passages Gallery, Portland, OR (photography)
2017, Rima Design Gallery, San Jose del Cabo, Mexico (photography)
2017, CAPO/CAAK, Kanazawa, Japan (photography)
2016, Museum of Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan (photography)
2016, Social Kitchen, Kyoto, Japan (photography)
2016, 3331 Gallery, Tokyo, Japan (photography)
2015, Right Window Gallery, San Francisco, CA (photography)
2014, University of Nevada, Reno, KC Gallery, Reno, NV (photography)
2013, Right Window Gallery, San Francisco, CA (photography)
2012, Right Window Gallery, San Francisco, CA (painting)
2017, Photo LA, Lodima Press, Los Angeles, CA
2016, Museum of Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan (photography)
2013, Tapir Gallery, Berlin, Germany (painting, photography, installation)
2013, GlogauAIR, Berlin, Germany (photography)
2020, Imaging Failure: Abandoned Lives of the Italian South, Contrasto, Rome (forthcoming, photography)
2019, Disaster for the People, Bonanza for the State: The Riforma Fondiaria in Postwar Italy. Places Journal (photography).
2017, Pipevalve: Berlin, Lodima Press, Revere, PA (photography)
2017, Ward, Open Space, SFMoma blog (10 images; photography)
2017, Choshi. Littlefields, Portland, OR (photography)
2021, Anon, Omnidawn Press, Oakland, CA (forthcoming, philosophy/poetry)
2020, plain sight, Roof Books, NY (forthcoming; philosophy/poetry)
2018, Situ, Black Sun Lit, Brooklyn, NY (philosophy/poetry)
2017, pallaksch. pallaksch. III, Instance Press, contributing editor (poetry anthology)
2016, Duration Knows No Law, Ypolita Press, San Francisco, CA (philosophy/poetry)
2015, pallaksch. pallaksch. II, Instance Press, contributing editor (poetry anthology)
2014, Itch, RaW Art Press, Pittsburg, CA (philosophy/poetry)
2014, Null Set, Spooky Actions Press, Albany, CA (poetry)
2013, Songs of Surrender, Gummi Geliebter Verlag, Berlin, Germany (poetry)
2012, pallaksch. pallaksch. I, Instance Press, contributing editor (poetry anthology)
2012, Verge, Hidebound Press (poetry)
Publications (in translation)
2020, Situ, Arcipelago Itaca Edizioni, Osimo, Italy. (forthcoming)
Italian translation of Situ by Pietro Traversa.
2019, Dröjsmålet följer inga regler, smockadoll förlag, Malmo, Sweden and Aarhus, Denmark.
Swedish translation of Duration Knows No Law by Kristian Carlsson.
Recent work has appeared in 'Dear Kathleen...' from Nightboat Press, Armed Cell, Mirage #5, Vestiges 3, Tarpaulin Sky, Large Hearted Boy, Heavy Feather Review, Posit, Entropy, Vol. 1 Brooklyn
2019, In Conversation with Jilke Golbach (Museum of London) and Carolyn White (University of Nevada, Reno). Invited lecture at the British School of Rome Sites of Cultural Agency Conference.
2018, The Museo dell' Altro e dell' Altrove di Metropoliz (Museum of the Other and the Elsewhere of Metropolis). Paper presented at the Conference for Historical and Contemporary Archaeology and Theory, Aarhus, Denmark.
2018, Get on the Bus, in R/Home. Giorgio di Finis, editor. Bordeaux Press, Rome, Italy, pp. 102-105.
2017, The Italian Migrant Project. Paper presented at the Conference for Historical and Contemporary Archaeology and Theory, Amsterdam, Netherlands (with Myles McCallum and Carolyn White).
2017, Artist Spaces in Berlin: Defining and Redefining a City through Contemporary Archaeology, in Contemporary Archaeology of Cities, Oxford University Press, with Carolyn L. White.
2015, Tokyo Tape. Paper presented at the World Archaeology Congress, Kyoto, Japan (with Carolyn L. White).
2015, Temporary Spaces in Berlin. Paper presented at the European Archaeology Association Annual Meeting, Scotland, UK (with Carolyn White).
2013, The Burning Man Festival and the Archaeology of Ephemeral and Temporary Gatherings. Rodney Harrison, Paul Graves-Brown, and Angela Piccini, eds., Oxford Handbook of Contemporary Archaeology. Oxford University Press, London, pp. 591-605 (photographer).
2013, The Archaeology of Art in Berlin. Paper presented at the Contemporary and Historical Archaeology in Theory Conference, London, England (with Carolyn L. White).
2019 Anthropology Research Museum, Visiting Artist, University of Nevada, Reno
2016 CAPO/CAAK, Kanazawa, Japan
2015 Arts Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan
2015 USAC, Chiang Mai University, Thailand
2013 Takt Kunstprojektraum, Berlin, Germany
Curator, Right Window Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts, Ph.D., 1996, philosophy
Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, B.A., 1987, philosophy, photography, poetry