Stacy Fisher lives and works in Brooklyn, NY
Solo and Two Person Exhibitions:
Knapsack, Marisa Newman Projects, New York, NY
How Far From Here, Sardine, Brooklyn, NY
Allison Miller : Stacy Fisher, Weekend, Los Angeles, CA
The Study: Michael Byron and Stacy Fisher, Regina Rex, Queens, NY
Stacy Fisher / Gary Panter, Cleopatras, Brooklyn, NY
The Daily Sun, Brooklyn Fire Proof, Brooklyn, NY
Benders, Real Estate Fine Art, Brooklyn, NY
Skylight, Aquarius, Brooklyn, NY
Repeat Pressure Until Pt. 2, Angela Meleca Gallery, Columbus, OH
Pro Forma; Context and Meaning in Abstraction, Work Release, Norfok, VA
Avant Grave, Tiger Strikes Asteroid, Brooklyn, NY
Maybe I'm Doing It Wrong, 106 Green, Brooklyn, NY
Repeat Pressure Until, Ortega y Gasset Projects, Brooklyn, NY
Mayest, Orgy Park, Brooklyn, NY
9 Sculptures, Bravin Lee Programs, New York, NY
Shelf Life, Ace Hotel Gallery, New York, NY
Drawing for Sculpture, Tiger Strikes Asteroid, Brooklyn, NY
News From Home, Left Field, San Luis Obispo, CA
Mons Dew, Mass Gallery, Austin, TX
Pleasures of the Flesh, Outpost, Brooklyn, NY
Reactivator, The Active Space, Brooklyn, NY
How 'Bout Now, Temporary Storage, Brooklyn, NY
Shapeshifters, Plug Projects, Kansas City, MO
Redacted, Islip Art Museum, Islip NY
Futurecast, Artspace, New Haven CT
Leslie Baum, Stacy Fisher, Matt Miller, BravinLee Programs, New York NY
Thanks, Lu Magnus, New York NY
Transposed Planes (Seth Adelsberger/ Stacy Fisher/ Peter Shear), LVL3 Gallery, Chicago IL
Ivory Tower, Fjord, Philadelphia, PA
Tectonic Drift, Brian Morris Gallery, New York, NY
Drift, Beta Pictoris, Birmingham, AL
Primary, Nudashank, Baltimore, MD
Up Do, Jeff Bailey Gallery, New York, NY
Intramurals, AFA Gallery, Scranton, PA
Abstract Realities, The Studios of Key West, Key West, FL
Grid List, Allegra LaViola, New York, NY
Tops, Open Space, Long Island City, NY
Grid List, Center Galleries at the College for Creative Studies, Detroit, MI
Southern Cross, Grizzy Grizzly, Philadelphia, PA
So Different, So Appealing, Churner and Churner project space at 50 Gramercy Park, New York, NY
Functional Shift (Kim Faler/ Stacy Fisher/ Joan Linder), Mixed Greens, New York, NY
Norfolk, Thierry Goldberg, New York, NY
Monkey Wrench, Horton Gallery, New York, NY
Art Book Club Presents, St. Cecilias, Brooklyn, NY
Control Alt Delete, HKJB, Brooklyn, NY
Gold Records, Art Blog Art Blog, New York, NY
The Shape of Things to Come (Stacy Fisher/ Tracy Thomason/ Maria Walker), Nudashank, Baltimore, MD
Anomalistic Urge, Vaudeville Park, Brooklyn, NY
The Working Title, Bronx River Art Center, Bronx, NY
Shop 2010 at Tide Pool, Sara Meltzer Gallery, New York, NY
That Damn Box Show, Detroit Artists Marketplace, Detroit, MI
Two Sheets Eight Pages, Possible Projects, Brooklyn, NY
Worldʼs Greatest, Daily Operation, Brooklyn, NY
Anti-Anti, Hal Bromm Gallery, New York, NY
Soft and Loud, Daily Operation, Brooklyn, NY
In Williamsburg, Fleetwing Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Giftland X: Happy House, Printed Matter, New York, NY
Whatʼs Bin Did and Whatʼs Bin Hid, 106 Green, Brooklyn, NY
The Object Direct, Heskin Contemporary
The Grey House That Thinks Itself Into Your Head Without Asking, Peter Fingesten
Gallery, Pace University, New York, NY
The Object Direct, Mississippi State University, MI
Grandma, Brooklyn Fire Proof, Brooklyn, NY
The Longest Day, McCarren Park, Brooklyn NY
Out of Time, Payne Gallery, Moravian College, PA
The Magical Mundane, Bucket Rider, Chicago, IL
The Idea of Death Is Tormenting Me, Brooklyn Fire Proof, Brooklyn NY
Off My Biscuit, Destroy Your District!, Samson Projects, Boston, MA
Two by Four, P.S. 122, New York, NY
Laying Doggo, Brooklyn Fire Proof, Brooklyn, NY
Up and Off the Wall, D.U.M.B.O. Arts Center, Brooklyn, NY
Not Exactly, Delta Axis, Memphis, TN
The Ohio State University, 1995-1997 BFA Sculpture
University of Central England, 1997
The Cleveland Institute of Art, 1992-1995
New York Times, "Galleries Shift Shape to Survive in a Changing Art World. June 23, 2016. Roberta Smith.
Beautiful Decay, "Stacy Fisher's Burlap Sculptures". Dec. 17, 2013. Ryan Deluz.
Art Review.com, "Michael Byron and Stacy Fisher, The Study at Regina Rex". Dec. 6 2012. James Kalm.
Artforum.com, "Critics' picks: Michael Byron and Stacy Fisher". Nov. 13, 2012. Emily Weiner.
LVL3 Gallery, "Artist of the Week: Stacy Fisher". April 16, 2012.
Title Magazine, "Southern Cross". Dec. 15, 2011. Jeffrey Bussmann.
The Art Blog, "Constellation Closet- Southern Cross at Grizzly Grizzly". Dec. 14, 2011. Dennis D'Alesandro.
NY Arts Magazine, "In Conversation: Kris Schiefele Interviews Stacy Fisher". Summer 2011.
16 Miles of String, "Control Alt Delete: A One Night HKJB Show in Bushwick". June 2, 2011. Andrew Russeth.
New American Paintings, "The Shape of Things to Come". May 5, 2011. Matthew Smith.
Art Critical, "Variety Trumps Argument at the Bronx River Art Center". April 23, 2011. Stephen Maine.
Two Coats of Paint, "Greetings from Nudashank and the Transmodern Festival". April 23, 2011. Sharon Butler.
Possible Press, Volume 2 Issue 1. A quarterly publication of artists' writings. February 15 2011.
The Old Gold, Interview. “Stacy Fisher.” Jon Lutz.
Asper, Colleen. “The Idea of Death is Tormenting Me”, Beautiful Decay, Issue O, May 2006.
Artnet, Reviews. “Dateline Brooklyn: Laying Doggo.” Stephen Maine.
Koeppel, Fredric. “Not Exactly, An Edgy Show for Rough Space”, The Commercial Appeal, Memphis,
September 21, 2003, p. G21.
Honors and Awards:
2016 Participant in Lower Manhattan Cultural Council's Process Space program
2011 Visual Artist Fellowship, The Edward F. Albee Foundation
2002 Vermont Studio Center fellowship
1994 Chautauqua School of Art fellowship