Transgressive Inversions + Identities


Preview: March 3, 2015

Collectors Preview: 1-4pm [RSVP HERE]

Press Preview: 3-5pm [RSVP HERE]

VIP Vernissage: 5-8pm [RSVP HERE]


Exhibition: March 4 - 8, 2015

Wednesday - Saturday: 12-8pm

Sunday: 12-6pm



Skylight at Moynihan Station 

307 West 31st Street, NYC

Entrance on 31st Street [at 8th Avenue]



SHARE THIS!: Appropriation After Cynicism 

Sean Fader, Brent Birnbaum, Lily Cox-Richard, Matthew Craven, Nikolai Ishchuk, Michael Mandiberg, Adam Parker Smith, Jordan Tate, Ana Teles


December 14, 2014 - January 25, 2015

Denny Gallery, 261 Broome St, LES, NYC


I'm truly excited to be showing Backdrop for the Rebirth of the Collective Author (“There’s a Whole Lot of Authorship Going On.” - Richard Prince) in SHARE THIS!: Appropriation After Cynicism at Denny Gallery.   

Now in its final week, Sean Fader’s #wishingpelt is on view at Gagosian Gallery’s Madison Avenue Store in an exhibition organized by Richard Prince entitled New Portraits, September 19–Saturday, October 25, 2014.
Fader’s #wishingpelt uses the social world of Instagram as its medium, and is a forum in which to perform work.  Related closely to live events, the Instagram photograph is for Fader a contract with his participants, sealing a bond and producing a shared experience across the thousands of his participants who have not yet met.  The images are not documentation.  They are performative and utopic commitments.


New York City's curator-driven art fair during Armory Arts Week.


#wishingpelt will be included in SPRING/BREAK Art Show

for more info check out



March 4, 2014 | Preview Day


Press Preview 2pm - 4pm


Collector's Preview 4pm - 6pm 


VIP Vernissage 6pm - 9pm VIP


Collector and VIP Preview's by Invitation Only or VIP Card



March 6 - 9, Noon - 8pm | Daily Hours


Old School, 233 Mott Street, NYC

Time Out Dubai gave my show at The Jam Jar Dubai a lovely write up.  "For Dubai, the exhibition is both liberating and challenging – it’s almost impossible not to have some reaction. For starters, Sean Fader’s video installation is intimate and unusual."


How to do Things With Hair curated by Barrak Alzaid 



Hair performs gender, but by removing it from its representational role ‘how to do things with hair’ restages male body hair as a technology with transformative potential.



26 October - 2 December 2013

26 Oct | Exhibition Opening


This exhibition was developed as part of Campus Art Dubai 1.0 January - June 2013

T | +9714 341 7303F | +9714 341 7304E | Mon - Thu, Sat 10am - 8pm Fri 2pm - 8pm, Sun CLOSED 


Friday, March 22–Friday, May 3, 2013


Curated by Hank Willis Thomas and Natasha L. Logan, White Boys charts the ways artists are aestheticizing white, male identity in the United States today. Privilege, invisibility, fear, anxiety, purity, emptiness, cowardice–whiteness and masculinity conjure an array of competing associations, emotions and imagery. Taken together, they present a perspective paradoxically ever-present and ever-absent: white is both the sum of all colors and no color at all. But how have whiteness and masculinity ‘evolved’ as relational constructs vis-a-vis blackness, femininity, and sexuality, modes of otherness that have often been scrutinized and alienated? Where are these terms’ entrenchments, and where do they become more pliant? Through photography, video, painting, printmaking and sculpture, the ‘white’ and ‘non-white’ artists of White Boys variously imagine male whiteness within this broader network of racial and sexual tropes and identities, marking seeming co...


January 31 - April 20 2013

Opening on Thursday, January 31, 7-9pm

4-6 Grand Street - New York 10013

 If you find yourself in Morelina Mexico for the Morelina Film Festival this week, I have a video piece, Pelt Grooming, in a show at La Suite Studio curated by the amazing Jesús Jiménez. Here is the flyier.  This is the beginning of a larger piece Sean Fader is the Wishing Pelt that I will be performing in Chicago in April.

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