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EDUCATION

2000
MFA, Yale University School of Art, New Haven, CT
1997
BFA, Double Major Art and Art History, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2017
As If Blue, Lundgren Gallery. Palma de Mallorca, Spain
As Fiction, ParisLondonHongKong Gallery. Chicago, IL
The Little Apocrypha, collaboration with Emily Mae Smith, SALTS. Birsfelden, Switzerland
2016
Handshakes and Networks, 247365. New York, NY
2015
Repetition (Repetition), Meessen De Clercq. Brussels, Belgium
2014
Alien Beatnik Siren, Joe Sheftel Gallery. New York, NY
2013
An Aspen’s Inability to be a Pine, Meessen De Clercq. Brussels, Belgium
2012
In Spectral Form, Joe Sheftel Gallery. New York, NY

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2017
The Walk, Meessen De Clercq. Brussels, Belgium
The Surface of the East Coast-from Nice to New York, curated by Marie Maertens. Nice, France
Sharper Image, Present Company. Brooklyn, NY
CMYK, Steve Turner. Los Angeles, CA
2016
Scarlet Street, Lucien Terras. New York, NY
Absolute Beginners, Lucien Terras. New York, NY
Future Developments, David Petersen Gallery. Minneapolis, MN
Bewegung Auge Kopf Hand, Villa Merkel - Bahnwärterhaus. Esslingen am Neckar, Germany
Spirit Your Mind, curated by Marie Maertens and Anissa Touati. DAD Video program, Apple TV
Vitreous Humour, Kansas. New York, NY
2015
A.N.T.H.R.O.P.O.C.E.N.E, Meessen De Clercq. Brussels, Belgium
LOOM, Lucien Terras. New York, NY
Crunchy, Marianne Boesky Gallery. New York, NY
Painting The Sky Blue, Mallorca Landings. Palma de Mallorca, Spain
Post-Analog Painting, The Hole. New York, NY
The Two States of W.W., TSA New York. Brooklyn, NY
2014
This One’s Optimistic: Pincushion, New Britain Museum of American Art. New Britain, CT
Parallax Futured:Transtemporal Subjectivities, Skirball Museum. Cincinnati, OH
Homo Ludens, Meessen De Clercq. Brussels, Belgium
Go With the Flow, The Hole. New York, NY
Post-Psychedelic Dreams, Grey Area / Glenn Horowitz Bookseller. East Hampton, NY
2013
Xtraction, The Hole. New York, NY
The Medium’s Session, Zeitgeist. Nashville, TN
2012
Specifically Yours, Joe Sheftel Gallery. New York, NY
Retrospect, Charles Bank Gallery. New York, NY
Workspace, Dieu Donné. New York, NY
2011
Painted Pictures, Blackston Gallery. New York, NY
Neon Sigh, collaboration with Emily Mae Smith, The Arcade. Nashville, TN
The Third Order, Charles Bank Gallery. New York, NY
Anonymous Presence, Y Gallery. New York, NY 
2010
Gradation, Portugal Arte 10- Portuguese Biennial, Lisbon, Portugal
2009
On From Here, Guild and Greyshkul. New York, NY
Room Tones, St Cecilia Convent. Brooklyn, NY
2008 
Blank, Median Museum. Beijing, China
Plastic Topography, South Street Seaport Museum. New York, NY
The Map, Rockland Center for the Arts. Nyack, NY
2007
Blank, Ke Center for Contemporary Art. Shanghai, China
2006
Passport-International Globus Dislocater, Roebling Hall. Brooklyn, NY
Invitational, Roski Gallery, University of Southern California. Los Angeles, CA
2005
Working Space, Cuchifritos Project Space. New York, NY
All of a Piece, Geoffrey Young Gallery. Great Barrington, MA
2004
A Slow Read, Rotunda Gallery. Brooklyn, NY
Irrational Exuberance, Stephan Stux Gallery. New York, NY
2003
Fresh Meat, Center for Experimental and Perceptual Art. Buffalo, NY
Toward a Low End Theory, Minnesota Center for Photography. Minneapolis, MN
2002
The Accelerated Grimace, Silverstein Gallery. New York, NY
Aim 22, Bronx Museum of the Arts. Bronx, NY
Love and Ardor, Geoffrey Young Gallery. Great Barrington, MA
2000 
Location, Midway Contemporary Art. Minneapolis, MN
Waiting List, Geoffrey Young Gallery. Great Barrington, MA

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

“Nice- Un dialogue formel et conceptuel”, conaissance des arts, June 2017
Hoffmann, Annette. “Fetishes and Organ-conglomerates: Exhibitions at Freymond-Guth Fine Arts and SALTS focus on Bodies and Identities”, Basler Zeitung, May 8, 2017
Bogojev, Sasha. “SALTS Basel Hosts Emily Mae Smith and Adam Henry in Sci-Fi Inspired Show”, Juxtapoz, May, 2017
Spice, Anton. “Bing & Ruth paint between the threads on gorgeous new album 'No Home of the Mind'”. The Vinyl Factory Limited, February 17, 2017
Kinsella, Eileen. “See What Galleries are Bringing to Art LA Contemporary”, artnet news, January 25, 2017
Jablon, Samuel. "Unlocking the Secret Logic of Symbols Through Repetition" (interview), Hyperallergic, September 30, 2016
Love, Lucia. "Adam Henry’s ‘Handshakes and Networks’ at 247365 New York" (article), Berlin Art Link, September 19, 2016
Metzger, Martin. "Tarnkappen der Ironie" (review), Esslinger Zeitung, April 8, 2016
Adam Henry Monograph, published by Meessen De Clercq. 2016
Singer, Jill. “Gradients and Geometry in a Brooklyn Artist’s Paintings”, Sight Unseen, March 22, 2016
Yeh, Gary. “The Armory Show Dissected”, Impakter, March 9, 2016
Steverlynck, Sam. “Expo Adam Henry: zoek de verschillen”, brusselnieuws.be, May 2015
Lorent, Claude. “Le langage pictural et son image répétée” (review), Arts Libre, April 2015
“The List: Pari Dust’s 10 New Fine Artists to Know”, Harper’s Bazaar, February 12.
Johnson, Ken. Art in Review "Xtraction", New York Times, June 6, 2013
Akel, Joseph, "Critics' Picks",  Artforum.com, May 29, 2012
"The Lookout: Adam Henry at Joe Sheftel", Art in America, June 7, 2012
“Art and Soul, Five Art Shows”, New York Magazine, January 26, 2012
“The Lookout: Specifically Yours at Joe Sheftel", Art in America, February 17, 2012
Nathan, Emily. "New Art", Artnet, July 28, 2011
Christy, Matt. "Neon Sigh", Art Papers Magazine. June. 2011
Pem, William, "On from Here", Bones Beat , Village Voice, February 12, 2009
Zhou, Yi, "Adam Henry Interview", BQ Magazine, April 10, 2009
Genocchio, Benjamin, "Charting Mind and Space", New York Times, March 16, 2008
Xiaohui, Lui, "Begin with the Beginning", Exhibition Catalog, Beijing, China. 2008
Zhou, Yi, "Blank", Exhibition Catalog, Shanghai, China. 2007
Kocache, Mouktar. "Site Matters", D.A.P. Press. New York. 2005
Cotter, Holland, “A Slow Read” , New York Times. February 23, 2004
Cotter, Holland, “Sampling Brooklyn, Keeper of Eclectic Flames”, New York Times, January 23, 2004
Cantor, Karen, “Universal Objects” Petite Mort Magazine, October. 2003
Cotter, Holland, “Artist in the Marketplace”, New York Times, September 6, 2002
Johnson, Ken, “The Accelerated Grimace”, New York Times, July 12, 2002
Kerr, Merrily, “The Accelerated Grimace”, New York Arts, September. 2002
Pulkka, Wesley “Artists Play With Perception in ‘Reconfigure’”, The Albuquerque Journal, April 7, 2002
Pulkka, Wesley, “Celebrating Art Chicago 2001”, The Albuquerque Journal, June 3, 2001
Fallon, Michael, “Prefablanscapelite”, City Pages, February 2, 2001

SELECTED RESIDENCIES AND AWARDS

2012
Workspace Artist, Dieu Donne, New York, NY
2011
Artist in Residence, Vanderbilt University, Nashville,TN
2005
Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture, Skowhegan, ME
2001
LMCC Residency at the World Trade Center, New York, NY
2000
Richard Dixon Welling Prize, Yale University
1997 
Outstanding Senior Award, Art and Art History, University of New Mexico