Big Name Artists, a book by Molly Stevens, Alexandra Posen and Rebecca Goyette, 2017.
•Photo documentation of Walton Fields is on view through April 2016 at Manhattan Project(s), within the Visual and Performing Arts Department of Manhattan College.
•Walton Fields is written up in the Walton Reporter.
•Walton Fields, a collaboration with Dumitru Gorzo, is on view through August 2016. The outdoor exhibition of paintings on wood forms includes some 80 works.
Fassbinders (Boil) is on view in The Writing on the Wall, a summer show at The Painting Center, New York, June 23- July 18, 2015.
• Animus is reviewed by Südwest Presse. English translation here.
• Animus, a solo show of recent paintings, is on view at Smudajescheck Galerie, November 6- December 20, 2014.
• Molly is in Knarr, a group show at Queens College Art Center. April-May, 2014.
Lonesome George, a solo show of recent drawings and paintings, is on view at Slag Gallery, April 19-May19, 2013.
• Studio Critical interview, at Studio Critical. That was fun.
Undercover, at Slag Gallery, April 14-May 2, 2012.
• Headstrong, a studio salon curated by David Gibson,2012.
• Unfreedom at Smudajescheck Galerie in Ulm, Germany, September 2011.
• Out of Line is shortlisted in the New Yorker for three consecutive weeks.
• Molly has curated Out of Line at Slag Gallery, May-June 2010. The show also includes her recent drawings.
• Visit her Out of Line exhibition blog here: Donkey Trail
• Read the review by the Drawing Center here.
• Molly's expansive and lively visual lectures include: Seeing Freedom (2012),Out of Line: A Subjective Survey (2010), Not Conceptual No: The Inner and Outer Language of Text-Based Art (2009) and Whiteness, Blackface and Protest (006).
• Her video interruptions have been included in the Orebro International Video Festival and Video Dumbo.
• In 2007, she had a solo show at Living Arts of Tulsa, entitled The Price of Gold.
• She participated in Lag-Time Line-Up curated by Collette Blanchard in 2006.
• Molly was the U.S representative in Transitio Mx at Cenart in Mexico City in 2005.
• In 2003, she had a solo show at Highways in Santa Monica entitled Whisked: Children on New York City's Upper East Side.
• She received her MA in Art in New Media from NYU and her BA from Sarah Lawrence College.
• She was born in 1972 in New York City.