Coco Hunday Presents

August 24th - December 22, 2019

Curated by Jason Lazarus

Atlanta Contemporary, Atlanta, GA

Bahareh Khooshooee
Ben Fain
Benjamin Zellmer Bellas
Christopher Meerdo
Gina Osterloh
Jake Troyli
Lady Kitt
Libbi Ponce
Pat Blocher
Sanaz Sohrabi
Sue Havens
Thad Kellstadt
Thomas Kong/Dan Miller
Walter Matthews

time after time

July 27th - August 17, 2019

QUAID gallery, Tampa, FL

Curated by Taylor Finke & parallelogram gallery

Wendy Babcox
Benjamin Zellmer Bellas & Laura Childs Gill
Ian Bates
Jamie Campbell
Billie Clarken
Justin Cooper
Taylor Curry
Marcus Desieno
Jon Feinstein
Jezebeth Gonzalez
Nabil Harb
Bahareh Khoshooee
Cassandra Klos
Jason Lazarus
Zora J Murff
Eric Pickersgill
Alexis Pike
Shane Rocheleau
Selina Roman
Carson Sanders
Gordon Stettinius & Terry Brown
Jennifer Timmer Trail
Jonathan Traviesa


organized by Gregory Linn and Clayton Press

The Bonnier Gallery, Miami, FL

June 6th - July 20, 2019

Fiona Banner
Mel Bochner
David Moreno
Kay Rosen
Damon Zucconi
Benjamin Zellmer Bellas


Judith Brotman, Meg Duguid, Brent Garbowski, Jeffrey Grauel, Benjamin Zellmer Bellas

Curated by: Paul Hopkin

May 17th - June 23rd, 2019

Heaven Gallery, Chicago, IL


Curated by: Noelle Mason & Will Douglas

Biff Bolen
Bahareh Khoshooee
Walter Matthews
Gregory Green
Neil Bender
Kalup Linzy
John Byrd
Roberto Marquez
Taylor Pilote
Matt Wicks
Ben Galaday
Johanna Keefe
Justin Cooper
Magdalen Wong
Ben Fain
Reed Barrow
Alyssa Piro
Ezra Johnson
Marcus DeSieno
Benjamin Zellmer Bellas

October, 2018

Pilote Studios, Philadelphia, PA

A better Tomorrowland

Curated by: Paul Hopkin

Benjamin Zellmer Bellas
Christa Donner
Jeffrey Grauel
John Henley
Nick Lowe
Melissa Pokorny

May 5 - June 2, 2018

Sidecar Gallery, Hammond, IN


You, me, none of this.

January 5, 2017

Usdan Gallery,  Bennington College, Bennington, VT


un match nul

October 8, 2016

Parallelogram & Coco Hunday, Tampa Bay, FL


New poetry included in The Pinch (Issue 36.2 Fall 2016)

September 27, 2016


Porcelain Projects

April 9 - May 28, 2016

Monique Meloche, Chicago, IL


The letter that you're writing doesn't mean you're not dead.

Noelle Mason & Benjamin Zellmer Bellas

November 20, 2015 - January 9, 2016

CUAC, Salt Lake City, UT


Until the brilliance is extinguished

October 24 - December 20, 2015

Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, VA


The Break Age

slow, Chicago May 23rd - June 13, 2015

Modest Contemporary, Chicago May 30 - June 13, 6-9pm
DO Mus, Chicago June 6 - June 13, 6-9pm
Clutch, Chicago May 23rd - June 13.


Bring out your dead

Victory Gardens Theater, Chicago, IL

March 4 - April 5, 2015

Artwork by Benjamin Zellmer Bellas, Jason Dunda, Jeffrey Grauel, John Henley, Carol Jackson, and Mican Morgan.


Burn It Down

Heaven Gallery, Chicago, IL

Opening Reception: Friday, September 5, 2014 at 7:00pm - 11:00pm in CDT

Featuring the work of:

Academy Records
Benjamin Zellmer Bellas
Judith Brotman
Ann Chen
Laura Davis
Meg Duguid
Jason Dunda
Andreas Fischer
Charles Fogarty
Jeffrey Grauel
John Henley
Andrew Holmquist
Carol Jackson
Kevin Jennings
Larry Lee
Jinn Bronwen Lee
Steve Reber
Daniel Schmid
Mindy Rose Schwartz

Curated by: Paul Hopkin


Soft Movements in the Same Direction

Steven Beckly and Benjamin Bellas

The New Gallery

April 11 - May 17, 2014

Calgray, AB


Paul is NOT Gay

Curated by Molar Productions 


February 14 - March 14

Featuring the work of:  Benjamin Bellas, Judith Brotman, CC Ann Chen, Laura Davis, Meg Duguid, Jason Dunda, Andreas Fischer, Jeffrey Grauel, John Henley, Andrew Holmquist, Greyson Hong, Theodore Horner, International Chefs of Mystery!, Carol Jackson, Carron Little, Nicholas Lowe, Mican Morgan Susannah Papish, Steve Reber, Oli Rodriguez in collaboration with Barbara DeGenevieve, Joshua Slater, Rafael E. Vera, Rebecca Walz and Ryan Michael Pfeiffer.


(e)merge art fair


Benjamin Bellas, C.C. Ann Chen, & Carol Jackson

October 3 - 6

Washington, DC


Ostensible Fictions
September 14 – October 19

Hamiltonian Gallery

Washington DC


Review of "Represent the sound outside these spaces" in Sculpture Magazine

September 2013 Issue


Elastic de facto
July 20 - August 17

Carter & Citizen

Curated by Picture Menu (New York) 

Culver City, CA
opening reception: Saturday, July 20, 6-8pm 

Benjamin Bellas, Victoria Fu, Vlad Smolkin and Brad Troemel



March 29, 2013

Crisp-Ellert Art Museum

Flagler College



January 19 - February 23, 2013  

Open Space

Curated by Keith J. Varadi

Baltimore, MD


Featuring the works of:


Benjamin Bellas

Ross Iannatti

Rosy Keyser

Rose Marcus

Jonathan Marshall

Jeffrey Scott Mathews

Reid Ramirez

Peter Sutherland


with performances, poetry and music by:


Nuclear Power Pants

Lesser Gonzalez Alvarez

Keith J. Varadi

Edward Steck

Eric Amling


Represent the sound outside these spaces @ slow named Best of Chicago 2012 in FRIEZE and Newcity


losing something you never had

November 9 - December 21, 2012  

Cultural DC, Flashpoint Gallery

Washington DC


Press for "losing something you never had"

Washington CityPaper Nov. 16 by John Anderson

Washington CityPaper Nov. 20 by Ashley Larkin

WAMU NPR Interview by Emily Berman

Entertain Me DC by Desire’ Moses

Washington Post by Mark Jenkins


Benjamin Bellas artist talk

Smithsonian American Art Museum’s Luce Foundation Center

November 18, 2012

Washington DC


miniature GIGANTIC

Benjamin Bellas, Judith Brotman, CC Ann Chen, Andreas Fischer, Brent Garbowski, Joe Mault, and Mican Morgan

October 10 - November 10, 2012

Clutch Gallery (traveling exhibition)

Chicago, IL & Washington DC


Review of "Represent the sound outside these spaces" by Bert Stabler 



Represent the sound outside these spaces

October 6 - November 10, 2012


Chicago, IL


Franklin Furnace Fund for Performance Art 2012-13 grant recipient



one day will be the last I lie beside you breathing

September 4 - October 4, 2012

University of Virginia


what comes later

Works by Heather Harvey & Benjamin Bellas

August 24 - September 16, 2012

Kohl Gallery, Gibson Center for the Arts

Washington College


2012 Community Arts Assistance Program Grant

City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events and Illinois Arts Council