JOHN
D
ANTONE

He was born in the US.

He lives and works torn between the US and Europe.

Education

1974

Virginia Commonwealth University, Department of Sculpture, Richmond, Virginia, US.

1975

Graduate Fellowship, California Institute of the Arts, Los Angeles, US.

1978

BFA, MFA, Sculpture, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, US.

Solo Exhibitions

2012

Museum Moderne Kunst, Passau, Germany.

2010

Washington Project for the Arts, Washington DC, US.

Town Hall, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Embassy of Hungary, Washington, D.C., US.

Baltazar Gallery, Brussels, Belgium.

2008

European Union Commission, Brussels, Belgium.

Škofja Loka Museum, Škofja Loka, Slovenia.

Navratil Gallery, Prague, Czech Republic.

Atelje Galerija, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

2004

Budapest Galeria, Budapest, Hungary.

2002

Gallery Okuda International, Washigton, DC, US.

2000

Bubec International Sculpture Center, Prague, Czech Republic

Group Exhibitions

2010

Washington Projects for the Arts, 25 years History of Washington Contempory Artists, American University Museum of Katzen Arts Center, Washington, DC, US

Public Work and Private Commissions

2007

Public Sculpture, Aztec Garden, Art Museum of the Americias, Washington, DC.US.

Public Sculpture, Blue Ridge College, Stanton, Virginia, US.

2005

Performance & Sculpture, Gruber Palace, Slovenian Sculpture Association, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

2004

Private Commission, McLeod & Brown, Washington, DC, US.

2003

Celica, Ljubljana, Slovenia & CEC/ArtsLink.

2002

Private Commission, L. Gill, Potamac, Maryland, US.

2001

Private Commission, P. de Veaux, Verona, Virginia, US.

Other Projects

1997

Present Director of Art Windows Gallery, Washington DC, US.

1991-1997

Director of Programs, Washington Sculptors Group, US.

1988-1990

Art Historian, Art Information / Education Department, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, US.

Interviews

2008

Euro News, Brussels, Belgium.

2007

Rijeka News, Rijeka, Croatia.

2006

Neu Passau Presse, Passau, Germany.

2005

National Television, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

2004

National Television, Budapest, Hungary.

2003

National Public Television, Paris, France.

City Paper Wien, Vienna, Austria.

National Public Radio, Vienna, Austria.

Lectures

2007-2008

Visiting lecturer, University of Rijeka, Rijeka, Croatia.

2007

University of Primorska, Slovenia.

2004

University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Andres Institute, Brookline, New Hampshire, US.

2001

University of Colorado, International Conference on World Affairs, Boulder, Colorado, US.

Performances

2005

"Barbie" performance in collaboration with the Slovenian Sculpture Association, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

1995

"Barbie" performance in collaboration with Museum of Modern Art, Ljubljana, Slovenia. Organised by: Marjetica PotrĨ.

Awards

2008

Fulbright funds, US Department of State, US Mission to Brussels, Belgium.

2007

Visiting professor, University of Rijeka, Rijeka, Croatia.

2004

Artist Residency, Budapest Galeria, Budapest, Hungary.

2003

Fellowship, ArtsLink/CEC International Partners, US/Slovenia.

2002

Art in Embassies Program, US Depatment of State, Washington, DC, US.

2000

Fellowship, Bubec International Sculpture center, Prague, Czech Republic.

Fellowship, Andres Institute, New Hampshire, US.

1999

Fellowship, Virginia Museum, Richmond, Virginia, US.

1997

Founding Artist, Hybrid Nights, The Kitchen, New York City, New York, US.