Second Street Gallery - The Slow Death of Rocks
November 1, 2019 – January 10, 2020

Andrew Edlin Gallery - Big Ringer
April 27 thru June 8, 2019

Van Doren Waxter - Installation of Chains
Sept 14, 2016 thru Jan 7, 2017

Bedford + Bowery (November 2016)

Art Uncovered: Doug Young, Breakthrough Radio (May 2011)

Interview for Die Like You Really Mean It (Sept 2011)

The Slow Death of Rocks

painted image of butterflies

Along with reverse paintings on glass, the exhibition at Second Street Gallery (Charlottesville, VA) featured geode and moth sculptures. The Slow Death of Rocks was on view November 1, 2019 – January 10, 2020.

Big Ringer

Over 100 artists and artisans reimagined the engagement ring for Big Ringer, curated by Andrew Guenther. On view at Andrew Edlin Gallery in New York April 27 – June 8, 2019.

General Dynamics

Doug Young's solo exhibition General Dynamics explored the ego of man and the arrogance of governmental power.
At The Lodge Gallery in NYC from November 16 to December 28, 2016

Installation of Chains

Van Doren Waxter presented Doug Young’s wooden sculptures “Chains” in the architectural niches of their lobby. Each sculpture utilized 3 sections of 35-foot chains of hand-carved Eastern pine assembled into seamless chains. The dramatic scale and the re-contextualization of these industrial links within a domestic space promoted a tension between the natural and manmade worlds, and a sense of awe in regards to man’s technological prowess over nature.
On view from September 14, 2016 to January 7, 2017.

Bedford & Bowery

"Artist Doug Young Attempts to Elevate ‘Low’ Art to Uplifting"
by Bradley Spinelli, November 15, 2016

It was an oddly apropos time to be thinking about “high” art and “low” art, which is what artist Doug Young and I discussed at the Van Doren Waxter Gallery uptown just a few days before the all-consuming presidential election.


Breakthrough Radio
Art Uncovered: Doug Young, May 2011

I sat down with Doug in his studio in Bushwick, Brooklyn to talk about his painting technique, the way that music informs his painting, and how setting the Guinness World Record for longest continuous banjo performance in 2001 transformed the way he makes art.
Breakthrough Radio


Wanderlust blog
Die Like You Really Mean in: Sept 2011
Wanderlust blog