Barry Stone, Prima and Bubbles,_MG_2113_2, 2015Archival Inkjet Print334 x 51 inches, 86.36 x 129.54 cm
Barry Stone, Sunset Clouds, DSCF0536_1, 2015archival inkjet print334 x 51 inches
Barry Stone, Seconda Emerging, 2015archival inkjet print334 x 51 inches, 86.36 x 129.54 cm
Barry Stone, Bouquet 3487_1, 2013Archival Inkjet Print35 7/8 x 23 7/8 inches
Barry Stone, Fairy Housing Complex 3545 (Magenta), 2012Archival Inkjet Print36 x 29 inches
Barry Stone, Best General View, Wonder World, San Marcos, Texas 2012, 2012Archival Inkjet Print34 x 51 inches
Barry Stone, Candle, Bailey Island, Maine, 2011Archival Inkjet Print24 x 19 inches
Barry Stone, Fire Wall 2942, 2012Archival Inkjet Print35 7/8 x 23 7/8 inches


b. Lubbock, Texas
lives and works Austin, TX.


MFA, The University of Texas at Austin

BA, The University of Texas at Austin

Solo Exhibitions

Drift, Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, New York

hoP map, Gaa Gallery, Provincetown, MA

Daily, In A Nimble Sea, Gaa Gallery Provincetown, Provincetown, MA
Daily, In A Nimble Sea, Art Place, Houston, TX

The Future of Things Past, Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, New York

Expanded Geographies, curated by Christopher Phillips and Joanna Lehan, Lianzhou Foto Festival, Lianzhou, China
The World is Round From Here, GAA Gallery, Wellfleet, MA

New Weather Weaves New Garments, James Harris Gallery, Seattle, WA

Look Near Into the Distance, Art Palace, Houston, TX
Many Worlds If Any, Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, New York

Dark Side of the Rainbow, Art Palace, Houston, TX
Hum, SOFA, Austin, TX

I Met A Unicorn, Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Highway 71 Revisited, Lawndale Art Center, Houston, TX

Highway 71 Revisited, Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Your Name and Mine, Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery Brooklyn, NY

Two-Person Exhibitions

Naturalia: Beverly Penn and Barry Stone
, Co-Lab Projects, Austin, TX

The Fifth of July, Okay Mountain, Austin, TX

Three Person Exhibitions
Treat, Apama Gallery, Houston, TX

Group Exhibitions 

Dallas Medianale 2019, curated by Charles Dee Mitchell, The MAC Dallas, Dallas, TX

Home Bodies, Blue Star Contemporary, San Antonio, TX

Open Codes: Living in Digital Worlds, VKM, Karlsruhe, Germany
Cologne Group Exhibition, GAA Project Space, Cologne, Germany

Local Tide, curated by Parallelogram, S1 Gallery, Portland, OR

Mine.Yours.Ours: Contemporary Photography and Video and the American Landscape, Center for Photography Woodstock, Woodstock, NY
Strange Pilgrims, with Lakes Were Rivers, The Contemporary Austin, Austin, TX
Technovisual: Art in the Age of Code, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Washington DC
Oysters With Lemon, Ventana 244, Brooklyn, NY

Frameshift, curated by Useful Pictures, Denny Gallery, New York
To Each Their Own, Art Palace, Austin, TX

Contemporary Photographic Practice and the Archive, Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas at Austin
Of a Technical Nature, Austin Museum of Art / Arthouse at Laguna Gloria, Austin, TX

Walled Garden, Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, New York
Long Shadows: Wardell Milan, Jim Richard, Barry Stone, Inman Gallery, Houston, TX

New Art in Austin: 15 Artists to Watch, Austin Museum of Art, Austin, TX

It Is Better To Regret Something You Have Done, Art Palace, Houston, TX
New Work, New York, curated by Tim Barber, Levi’s Photography Workshop, New York
Interrrupted Landscapes, Champion Contemporary, Austin, TX
Panta Rei, Box 13 in conjunction with FotoFest, Houston, TX

One on One, Art Palace, Austin, TX
Haunts, Privateer Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Decking the Path to Blessedness, curated by Art Park, Fotofest, Houston, TX

And Introducing . . ., Texas State University
traveled to OKOK, Seatle, WA

Pinned up,curated by Humble Arts Foundation, Third Ward, Brooklyn, NY
Marcia Wood Gallery, curated by Jason Fulford, Atlanta, GA
International Center of Photography, New York
Adventura, Moti Hasson Gallery, New York
CRG Presents: Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, CRG Gallery, New York

Neverland, curated by Elissa Levy, audioEngine, New York
Art + Commerce 2004 Festival of Emerging Photographers, New York
Placemats, Public Art Project, J and L Publishers

Move, Aviate Art Collective Action, Knitting Factory, New York
Exhibit No.1, Open Container, Clinton Hill, Brooklyn
House of Light, curated by Bernard Yenelouis, The International Center of Photography, New York

Ways and Means, curated by Alison Morley, The International Center of Photography, New York
Open Video, hosted by Laurie Firstenberg, Artist’s Space, New York
Real Time, curated by Alexander Dumbadze, Texas Fine Art Association, Austin, Texas

Spread, Jack S. Blanton Museum of Art, Austin Texas

Snapshot, Contemporary Museum, Baltimore Maryland

A Fresh Look at Texas Art, curated by Terrie Sultan, Mckinney Contemporary Art Museum, Dallas Texas


Daily, In a Nimble Sea (monograph), Silas Finch imprint of Twin Palm Publishers.
True Nature, Slices #1

The Collector’s Guide to Emerging Art Photography, edited by Alana Celii, Jon Feinstein, and Grant Willing, Humble Arts Foundation Publishing, New York

Landscapes for Art: Contemporary Sculpture Parks, Edited by Glenn Harper and Twylene Moyer, ISC Press, Hamilton, NJ

Queso Frito, Issue #2,

Group-Show No. 8,

Paper Placemats, A Public Art Project, J and L Books, Atlanta, GA

American Photography 17, American Photography, New York

American Photography 16, American Photography, New York


Schwabsky, Barry, “Barry Stone : Klaus Von Nichtssagend Gallery”, Reviews, Artforum, April.

Maine, Stephen, Artists Quarantine With Their Art Collections, Hyperallergic, July 18.

Van Ryzin, Jeanne Claire, “Arts scene: Picks for July 28-Aug. 3,” Austin American Statesman, July 27.
Van Ryzin, Jeanne Claire, “Van Ryzin: Archives Inform Modern Photographers’ Work in Ransom Center Exhibit,” Austin American Statesman, July 13.
Webster, Lee, “Lakes Were Rivers: Contemporary Photographic Practice and the Archive,” Glasstire, July 13.
Barry Stone, “Many Worlds if Any,” Phases Magazine, March 20.Halle, Howard, “Ten Just Opened Gallery Shows You Should See: Barry Stone: Many Worlds If Any,” TimeOut New York, January 4.

Kimball, Whitney, “Walled Garden at Klaus von Nichtssaggend Gallery,” New American Painting, October 18.
Lavelett, Shane, “BOOKSHELF” Lakes Were Rivers: Number One, January 10.

Venator, Melissa, “Barry Stone, Art Palace, Houston”, ….Might Be Good, November 11.
Faires, Robert, “I Shutter To Think, Six photographers offer a snapshot of the state of the art”, The Austin Chronicle, May 20.
Smith, S.E.,  “Barry Stone: SOFA,” …Might Be Good, April 15.
Mehan, Magaret, “Barry Stone: Man about Town,” Glasstire, March 3.

Ewing, John, “Barry Stone, Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery,” Art Lies, Summer 2010, No.66, p84
Blalock, Lucas, “Q+A Lucas Blalock vs. Barry Stone,” The Photography Post

Ptak, Laurel, “Barry Stone,” I Heart Photograph, February 12.

Ruud, Claire, “Letter From the Editor, All My Insecurites,”  …might be good, Issue #111 November 28.
Garza, Evan, “For Art’s Sake: Decking the Path to Blessedness, A Project for BBAP by Artist Barry Stone,” 002 Houston, Volume 10, Issue 113, p. 22., May 10.
Therond, Eve, : “En Route Pour Barry Stone”, Foto (French ed.) p.46, February.
“Road to Nowhere”, New York Sun, Arts. p.18 (photo included), February 7.

Maine, Stephen, “Dateline, Brooklyn,” Artnet, October 4.
Maine, Stephen, “Dateline, Brooklyn,” Artnet, February 3.

Van Ryzin, Jeanne Claire, “XLENT: The Framing of a Fictional Film in REALTIME,” The Austin American Statesman, May 2 p.35
“Real Opportunity to View Video and Time-based Art,” TFAA Art News, Spring.
Boxer,  Sarah, “Can Not-So-Ordinary Artists Make Ordinary Snapshots? Well, Not Really,” The New York Times, March 8.

Barnes, Michael, “The Fresh, the Ripe and the Stale at UT’s Faculty Exhibition,” The Austin American Statesman, November 25.
O’Sullivan, Michael, “300 Snapshots, One Surreal Show,” The Washington Post, November 17.

Weinstein, Joel, “Juried Show at MAC,” The Dallas Morning News, November 20.
Akhtar, Suzanne, “If Only We Could See What the Judges Didn’t Like”, Fort Worth Star Telegram, November 28.
McCabe, Bret, “State of Things,” The MET, November 17.

Artists Grant, The Arch and Anne Giles Kimbrough Fund, Dallas Museum of Art, Spring

Public Collections
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX
Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, WA
ZKM, Karlsruhe Germany



  • Multiples

    Group Exhibition

    December 16 - December 19, 2004

  • Barry Stone

    Your Name and Mine

    January 7 - February 6, 2005

  • Barry Stone

    Highway 71 Revisited

    January 11 - February 10, 2008

  • Barry Stone

    I Met a Unicorn

    March 26 - April 25, 2010

  • Walled Garden

    September 9 - October 21, 2012

  • Barry Stone

    Many Worlds if Any

    January 11 - February 10, 2013

  • Barry Stone

    The Future of Things Past

    February 26 - March 27, 2016

  • Barry Stone


    January 15 - February 20, 2021