Andrew Uchin

Born Philadelphia, PA
Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA

MA, Inter-Arts, School of Creative Arts, San Francisco State University, 
    Distinguished Achievement Award
BA with Honors, University of Florida, Gainesville

dnj Gallery, Santa Monica, CA, In Progress, 2013
Artbook @Paper Chase, Los Angeles, CA, A to B and Back Again, 2012
dnj Gallery, Santa Monica, CA, The Reader Series, solo show, 2011
LAX/International Terminal, Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, Alternative Places, 2008
221 Rose, Venice, CA, Artists Respond to Terrorism, 2001
University of San Diego, Founders Gallery, The Decade Show, one-person, 1996 (catalogue)
San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, Exhibiting Masculinity/Negotiating Identity, 1995
Artemisia Gallery, Chicago, IL, A Relatively Narrow Space, 1992 (catalogue)
San Francisco Camerawork Gallery, No More Heroes, 1991 (catalogue)
Peconic Gallery, Riverhead NY, The Family, 1989 (catalogue)
Mills College, Aron Art Center, Oakland, Ca, Veneration of the Voiceless, one-person, 1989
Houston Center for Photography, Family/Extension, 1987 (catalogue)
Painted Bride Art Center, Philadelphia, PA, Voices of Dissent, 1987
Intersection Gallery, San Francisco, CA, With Words…1987
Rochester Institute of Technology, Art Center, Rochester NY, The Florida Document, 1986
North Miami Museum of Art, North Miami, FL, The Florida Document, 1986

Aline Smithson, Andrew Uchin: The Reader Series, Lenscratch, December 10, 2013
Sharon Mizota, Andrew Uchin at dnj Gallery, Los Angeles Times, 2011
Security Is Everybody’s Business, Crania Magazine, Issue #2, 1998
Pincus, Robert, San Diego Union-Tribune, The Decade Show, May, 1996
Goldstein, Laurence, Editor, The Male Body, University of Michigan Press, 1994
Campbell and Griffith, Michigan Quarterly Review, The Male Body and Contemporary Art, 1994
Messner and Sabo, The Crossing Press, Sex, Violence, and Power in Sports/Rethinking Masculinity, 1994
Review in Alternative Spaces, San Francisco Camerawork Gallery, Art in America 1992/93 Annual Guide
Bonetti, David, San Francisco Examiner, No More Heroes, 1991
ZYZZYVA, San Francisco, 1990
Chadwick, Susan, The Houston Post, Family/Extensions, 1987

Buy the Book, Museum Store Association Annual Conference, 2009
Dorothea Lange, The FSA, and the Politics of 1930’s Documentary
Photography, lecture in association with the exhibition, Dorothea Lange, American Photographs,
    San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 1994
Museums, Unions, Politics: The Shell Boycott at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Society for  
    Photographic Education, Western Regional Conference, 1991

The Burgers of L.A., postcard portfolio, 2004
The Business, edition of 20, 1996
Seeing Florida Turn Right, postcard portfolio, edition of 30, 1981