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George Stoll
George Stoll is a sculptor who lives and works in Los Angeles. He has been showing his work internationally since 1994 including one person shows at Anthony Grant in New York; Paule Anglim in San Francisco; Angles in Los Angeles; Windows in Brussels, Belgium and Gallery Seomi in Seoul, Korea among others. In 1996 The Contemporary Art Center in Cincinnati exhibited his work in a two man show with Mark Bennett and in 2000 his work was surveyed with Clay Ketter’s at the Rose Museum at Brandeis University. George Stoll’s work is in several permanent collections including The Hammer Museum, UCLA; Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles and The Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington. In 2005 he became a Fellow of The American Academy in Rome. His work is represented by the Baldwin Gallery in Aspen, Colorado.
2014    Belcove, Julie L., “George Stoll,” Elle Decor, October 2014
2013     Flegelman, Hannah “Universal Appeal” Aspen Magazine, Midsummer 2013
              Muller, Mario M., “George Stoll at Maloney Fine Art”, Glasstire, April 2013
2009    Mizota, Sharon, “George Stoll at Kim Light/Lightbox,” Art News, Summer 2009, p.135
2008    Knight, Christopher,”George Stoll’s fabulous fakes are the real thing after all,” Los Angeles Times, December 26 2008
              The Natalie and Irving Forman Collection: Works on Paper. Albright-Knox Gallery, NY: 2008, p.113.
2005    George Stoll: ten holidays. Baldwin Gallery, Aspen: 2005. (Catalogue) 2005
              Yablonsky, Linda, “Why Small is BIG,” Art News, December, 2005
              Hainley, Bruce, George Stoll at Angles Gallery,” Art Forum, January, p.179
2004    Pagel, David, “Acknowledging the Holidays,” Los Angeles Times, December 17
2002    Cooper, Bernard. “Seasons Greetings”, Los Angeles Magazine, January, p. 91
2001     Mahoney, Robert.  “George Stoll at Grant Selwyn”, Art in America, February, p. 134
              Connner, Jill. Review, Sculpture, June, page 76.
2000     Zellen, Jody. “George Stoll”, Art Scene, Janurary
2000.   Miller, Francine Koslow.  “Clay Ketter / George Stoll at the Rose Art Museum”,  Artforum, December, p. 149.
1999     Pagel, David. “Personalizing a Mass-Produced World,” Los Angeles Times, December 31, p.F30.
1998     Polsky, Richard.  Art Market Guide: Contemporary American Art Marlit Press; San Francisco, CA  Galleries p. 241.
              “Bathroom,” Artforum, October. Cotter, Holand.
              “Bathroom”, The New York Times, June 26.
               “Bathroom”, New York Magazine, July 6. Pacheco, Patrick,
                “Corporate Culture”, Art and Antiques, January, pp. 62-71.
1997        Koestenbaum, Wayne.  “Top Ten x 12”, ArtForum, December.
                Camhi, Leslie.  Waste Not, Village Voice, April 22.
                Lannaccone, Camine.  Frieze, February, pp. 72-73; illus.
                Levin, Kim.  “Art Short List”, Village Voice, April 22 pp. 99; illus.
                Nolan, Tim.  New Art Examiner, February, pp. 49-50; illus.
                Stafford, Amy.  “George Stoll (Assembly Required)”, Surface, Winter, pp. 44-45 I llus.
1996        Curtis, Cathy. “Riches’ Spins Its Gold From Everyday Straw”, Los Angeles Times. October 14, p.F2
                 Geer, Suvan.  Artweek, November, p. 23 (review)
                 Keith, Garret.  “Toilet Paper”, Zing Magazine, Winter/ Spring, pp. 243-245
                 Helfand, Glen.  “Waxy Buildup”, San Francisco Weekly, January 17
                 Mendenhall, Laurie.  Coast Magazine, October 17, p. 24
                 “Richard Long and George Stoll at Weinberg”, San Francisco Chronicle.
1995         Hanley, Bruce.  Artforum, October, pp. 98-99
                  Kastner, Jeffrey.  “Stuffed”, Art Monthly, July/ August, pp. 187-188
                  “Choices”, Village Voice, May 16, p.8              
                   The New Yorker, May 15, p. 92.              
                   New York Magazine, May 15, p.23
                   Rugoff, Ralph.  “Cool, Calm and Collectable,” LA Weekly, November 17.
                   Selwyn, Marc.  “Report from L.A.”, Flash Art, May/June