Northwestern University
Department of Art Theory and Practice
MFA in Painting, 2004
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Department of Art
BFA in Painting, 2001

2015            “Pay Your Future Self First”  Southfirst Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2014             “Volatility Smile”  Andrew Rafacz Gallery, Chicago, IL

2012-3           “Tracking The Thrill:  Gretchen Bender”                                                              
                      Curatorial Project, The Poor Farm, WI, The Kitchen, NY
2011             “Outside Group”  Andrew Rafacz Gallery, Chicago, IL

2010             “Philip Vanderhyden:  New Paintings”  CTRL Gallery, Houston, TX

2009            “New Paintings”  Light & Sie Gallery, Dallas, TX

2007            “Philip Vanderhyden: Paintings”  Hudson Franklin, NY, NY

2005            “Three Paintings”  The Suburban, Oak Park, IL

2016             “Efficient Frontier”, Magenta Plains, NY, NY   
                     “Superlacuna”, Unisex Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
                     “Philip Vanderhyden and Jeff Gibson”, The Suburban, Milwaukee, WI
                     “Devils Are Actually Angels”, Mumbo’s Outfit, NY, NY
                     “Performance with Black Rain”, 38 Pitt Street (Metro Pictures), NY, NY
                     “D.A.D. Video Program”, NADA Miami Beach, Miami, FL

2015            “Condensed Matter Community”, Curated by Evan Gruzis and Kristof Wickman, Synchrotron                     
                    Radiation Center, WI
                    “MCA Prime Time”, Curated by Cody Hudson, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL 
                    “Surface Support”, Curated by Amanda Schmitt, Signal Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
                    “Faculty Exhibition”,  92nd St. Y Art Center, NY
                    “Suburban:  Sixteen Years” Mount Airy Contemporary, Philadelphia, PA
                    “Art:  Work”, REVERSE, Brooklyn, NY
                    “The Sharper Image”, Curated by Jeff Gibson, Artspace, Sydney
                    “-Scape.”  Zhou B Art Center, Chicago, IL

2014            “2014 Whitney Biennial”, Whitney Museum of Art, NY, NY

2013            “Annie Lapin, John Lehr, Alon Levin, Philip Vanderhyden”, Andrew Rafacz Gallery, Chicago, IL

2012            “Data Trash”, Curated by Chris Dorland, I-20 Gallery, NY, NY
                    “Lake Effect / Nor’easter, La Montaigne Gallery, Boston, MA
                    “Go To Pieces”, Curatorial Project, Monya Rowe Gallery, NY, NY

2011            “To Tell The Truth”,  Monya Rowe Gallery, NY, NY
                    “Large Abstractions”,  The Suburban, Oak Park, IL
                    “A Person of Color”, Curated by Jose Lerma, The Green Gallery, Milwaukee, WI
                    “Summer Group Show”, Rena Sternberg Gallery, Chicago, IL

2010            “I Speak Now From the Aesthetic and Artistic Point of View When I Say That Life With Michelle 
                    Grabner Is Dull”, Curated by Michelle Grabner, Leo Koenig Projekte, NY, NY
                    “A Testbed of Futurity”, Curated by Sean Dack, Southfirst, Brooklyn, NY
                    “Gradation”, Curated by Garth Weiser, Lisbon, Portugal
                    “Welcome to the Neighborhood”, William H. Copper, Chicago, IL
                    “Faculty Exhibition”, 92nd St. Y, NY, NY

2009            “Analog Sunset”, Ludlow 38, NY, NY
                    “System, System, The Convent, Brooklyn, NY
                    “Philip Vanderhyden and Douglas Ross”, St. Louis Museum of Contemporary Art
                    “Red Pictures”, Hudson Franklin, NY, NY
                    “Underconstruction Projects”, The Poor Farm, Waupaca, WI
                    “Our History”, Light and Sie, Dallas, TX
2008            “Aqua Art Fair”, Light and Sie, Miami, FL
                    “Pictures of Nothing”, Lloyd Dobler Gallery, Chicago, IL
                    “Bauhaus Art Show”, Guertin’s Graphics, Chicago, IL
                    “ILIA Faculty Exhibition”, Gallery 350, Chicago, IL	

2007            “Grit and Vigor”, Light and Sie Gallery, Dallas, TX
                    “Tenth Benefit Art Auction”, Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, WI
                    “Part Time”, Illinois Institute of Art, Chicago, IL 
                    “Aqua Art Fair”, Hudson Franklin Gallery, Miami, FL

2006            “Philip Vanderhyden and Matt Stolle,”, Rowley Kennerk Gallery, Chicago, IL
                    “Philip Vanderhyden and Amy Park,”, Gahlberg Gallery, Chicago, IL
                    “The Believers”, Curated by Michelle Grabner, Hudson Franklin Gallery, NY, NY
                    “Wherever”, Devening Projects and Editions, Chicago, IL
                    “Art (212)”, NY, NY
                    “Remain in Light”, University of Illinois, Normal, IL

2005            “Nova Art Fair”, Devening Projects and Editions, Chicago, IL
                    “No Monument”, The Guest House, Chicago, IL
                    “Cephalic Symbols”, Judy Saslow Gallery, Chicago, IL

2004            “Succeeding Where the Hippies Failed”, Le Roy Neiman Gallery, NY, NY
                    “MFA Thesis Exhibition”, Mary and Leigh Block Museum, Evanston, IL
                    “Philip Vanderhyden, Gregg Perkins, Stephan Husby”,  The Suburban, Oak Park, IL

2003            “All Over and At Once”, curated by Lane Relyea, The Pond Gallery, Chicago, IL
                    “Amy’s Friends”, Body-Builder and Sportsman Gallery, Chicago, IL

Nunes, Andrew.  “Confronting our Obsessions with Digital Screens.”  Vice:  The Creators Project.  August, 2015

Disser, Nicole.  “Surface Support, the Show for Artists Who Are Smashing the Screen.”  Bedford and Bowery.  August, 2015

D’Agostino, Paul.  “Screw You:  Surface Support.”  Brooklyn Magazine, August, 2015.

Reichert, Elliot.  “Review of Philip Vanderhyden at Andrew Rafacz.”  New City.  January, 2015.
Mckenzie, Duncan.  “Interview with Philip Vanderhyden.”  Bad at Sports, Episode 490.  January, 2015.
Lichtzier, Ruslana.  “Interview with Philip Vanderhyden.”  The Seen.  December, 2014.
Grabner, Michelle.  “MG’s WB.”  Whitney Biennial 2014.  Exhibition Catalog, March 2014.
Relyea, Lane.  “Interview with Philip Vanderhyden.”  Whitney Biennial 2014.  Exhibition Catalog, March 2014.
Schumacher, Mary Louise.  “Michelle Grabner’s Whitney Biennial is a Grand Curriculum.”  JSOnline, March 2014.
Shiffman, Allyson.  “Home is Where the Art Is:  All the Highlights From the Whitney Biennial, the Independent Art Fair and the Armory Show.”  W Magazine, March 2014.
Ebony, David.  “Whitney Biennial Hoopla:  David Ebony interviews the curators:  Stuart Comer, Anthony Elms and Michelle Grabner.”  Yale Art Books, March 2014.
Robinson, Walter.  “The Many Faces of the 2014 Whitney Biennial.”  Artspace, March, 2014.
Cotter, Holland.  “One Last Dance in the Old Place.”  The New York Times, March  2014.
Halle, Howard.  “Five Must-See Works in the Whitney Biennial.”  Time Out, March 2014.
Yablonsky, Linda.  “Out with a Bang.”  W Magazine,  March, 2014.
Yablonsky, Linda.  “Commercial Flair.”,  March, 2014.
Vartanian, Hrag.  Whitney Biennial 2014:  Michelle Grabner on the Fourth Floor.  Hyperallergic, March, 2014.
Gleason, Mat.  “Insiders Are Not Outsiders:  A 2014 Whitney Biennial Review.”   Huffington Post, March  2014. 
Russeth, Andrew.  “The 2014 Whitney Biennial Disappoints, With Misfires, Omissions, Only Glimmers of Greatness.”  Gallerist, March, 2014.
Vanderhyden, Philip.  People In Pain.  Exhibition Catalog,  February, 2014.
Smith, William S.  “Wholesale Memories.”  Art in America, October, 2013.

Shen Goodman, Matthew.  “Interference Patterns.”  ARTslant, September, 2013.

Henry, Adam.  “The Flow of the Pulse:  Gretchen Bender at The Kitchen. Artcritical, October, 2013.

Schwendener, Martha.  “Past and Future, Scrolling By.”  The New York Times, September, 5, 2013.

Russeth, Andrew.  “‘Gretchen Bender, Tracking The Thrill’ at The Kitchen”.  Gallerist, September 3, 

Vanderhyden, Philip.  “Thresholds.”  Mary Boochever, Charta.  2013

Thomas, Jonathan.  “Gretchen Bender at The Poor Farm.”  Art in America, November, 2012.

Nelson, Solveig.  “Gretchen Bender at The Poor Farm.”  Artforum, November, 2012.

Vanderhyden, Philip.  “Soon To Be Re-Released.”  Tracking The Thrill:  Gretchen Bender, Poor Farm Press, Manawa WI, August, 2012.

Vanderhyden, Philip.  “Interview With Stuart Argabright.”  Tracking The Thrill:  Gretchen Bender, Poor Farm Press, Manawa WI, August, 2012.

Vanderhyden, Philip.  “Interview With Robert Longo.”  Tracking The Thrill:  Gretchen Bender, Poor Farm Press, Manawa WI, August, 2012.

Vanderhyden, Philip.  “Interview With Rirkrit Tirvanijia.”  Tracking The Thrill:  Gretchen Bender, Poor Farm Press, Manawa WI, August, 2012.

Vanderhyden, Philip.  “Interview With Peter Nagy.”  Tracking The Thrill:  Gretchen Bender, Poor Farm Press, Manawa WI, August, 2012.

Knutson, Erin.  Data Trash. Exhibition Catalog. May, 2012.

Schwabsky, Barry.  “Interview with Michelle Grabner.”  The Brooklyn Rail.  March, 2012.

Vanderhyden, Philip.  Red and Blue Dollars.  Artist’s Book, January, 2011

Golden, Regan.  “Philip Vanderhyden at Andrew Rafacz Gallery.”  New City.  February, 2011

Burke, Stephanie.  “Monday Morning Quarterback.”  Chicago Now, February, 2011

Vanderhyden, Philip.  Garth Weiser at Norma Mangione Gallery, Catalog Essay.  Turin, Italy, November 2010

Vanderhyden, Philip.  Gradation.  Catalog essay. Portugal Art ’10, July, 2010

Vanderhyden, Philip.  “If What I Say Is True, Maybe I Need A New Job” All Systems Blow:  Selected Writings of Lane Relyea.  April, 2010

Grabner, Michelle, Annika Marie, Michael Newman.  Can I Come Over To Your House: The First Ten Years of the Suburban.  The Suburban, Oak Park, Illinois.  2010

Truong, Hong-An.  “Moving Forward.”  Artslant, February, 2010

Vanderhyden, Philip.  “Who’s Afraid of Flowers?”  Judy Ledgerwood, Hatje Kantz, October, 2009
Mitchell, Charles Dee.  “Philip Vanderhyden at Light and Sie.”  Art in America, May, 2009. 

Tingley, Jef.  “Philip Vanderhyden:  New Paintings.”   THE Magazine, April 1, 2009. 
Nichols, Liberty Thea.  “If This is Nothing, I Want More of It.”  Artslant, November 24, 2009.  

James, Damien.  “Pictures of Nothing/Lloyd Dobler Gallery.”  New City, December 9, 2008

Orden, Abe.  "The Windy Apple."  Artnet, January, 2007.  

Relyea, Lane, Annika Marie.  "Modernism Now."  College of Dupage Publication, October, 2006.
Vanderhyden, Philip.  “Lights/Body.  Wolfgang Tilmans at the MCA.”, March, 2005.
Vanderhyden, Philip.  “Lost and Found.  Nevin Tomlinson and The Suburban.” Coterie, Vol 1. No. 1, March, 2004

Relyea, Lane.  "All Over and At Once." .  X-tra,  Vol.  6  No. 1 2003

Workman, Michael. "All Over and At Once."  Flash Art, Vol. XXXVI  No. 233, 2003