Stephen Beveridge is an internationally exhibited Scottish-born artist living and working in New York City.
To Date Stephen has had 78 exhibitions of his art including solo exhibitions in New York City at Columbia College, Work of Art Gallery, and Artspace OSA.
He has been part of group shows in New York City at The General Consulate of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuala in New York, Sara Meltzer Gallery, and the Museum of Modern Art.
Stephen regularly exhibits at throughout New York City with a collaborative work exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
A feature length film starring Stephen was recently completed documenting the performance exhibition at New York's Port Authority September 2001. Stephen was also featured in The Tartan Apple: The Scottish in New York City from the 17th Century to the Present, a film by Harlan Douglas Whatley
His articles about art and the Internet and other art topics have appeared in Art Calendar magazine and other art publications.
His paintings consist of large abstract works of acrylic and collage on canvas as well as smaller works on paper. He also does digital paintings, sculpture, installation, animation, web design, virtual art, and album art.
Solo , two person shows
"Choose Again" (solo)
Alchemy of Collaboration (2 person)
Times Square Show, Port Authority New York(3 person, w/performance)
Beings of Light, Art by the Sea (solo)
Friends, Harlem Heights Historical Society(2 person)
Creation Series, West Harlem Art Fund (solo)
Work of Art Gallery(solo)
Selected group exhibitions
Aequitas_childhood memories (organized,curated)
Visions of Northern Manhattan
Mathew Barney Show , sfboca
It Is as Itself
Durham LI Gallery