Upcoming:
"Tested Ground" (May 26 - September 16, 2017), Barrick Museum of Art, Las Vegas, NV
Visiting Artist at University of North Dakota

February 2017
"Desert Island" opening reception February 24th 7:30-10:30
Coachella Valley Arts Center, Indio CA
Exhibition through April 20th

August 8 2015
Opening reception for:
Lawn Ornaments at Outside Gallery
Insert Blanc Press General Projects
2806 1/2 Lincoln Park Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90031
Opening Saturday, August 1, 2015 at 7pm
http://www.insertblancpress.net/blogs/general-projects/37012228-lawn-ornaments-at-outside-gallery

January 18, 2015
You can hear Tomory Dodge and Nicolas Shake on The People with Ben White and Mathew Timmions. It will air on KChung Radio at 3pm January 3, 2015 and archived on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-people-radio/id662756079?mt=2

January 7, 2015
Review on KCET Artbound, Being Here and There: Ambiguous Boundaries and Contested Terrains by Larissa Nickel. http://www.kcet.org/arts/artbound/counties/los-angeles/being-here-and-there-lancaster-museum-of-art.html

November 11, 2014
"Being Here and There" at MOAH Lancaster, photographic works by twenty-six artists whose imagery derives from their individual and contemplative experience of place are featured in the Main Gallery. Situated among an array of topographies and ecosystems from the desert to the sea, each of their creative works provides us with a unique view and perspective of a spectacular landscape, unlike any other. These photographic works developed from each artist’s creative impulse to visually articulate and convey their independent vision of our remarkable Southern California landscape. Being Here and There Artists: Laurie Brown, Stephen Callis, Cristopher Cichocki, Scott B Davis, Lewis deSoto, John Divola, J. Bennett Fitts, Robbert Flick, Corina Gamma, Alexander Heilner, Steve King, Meg Madison, Tony Maher, Douglas McCulloh, Thomas McGovern, Catherine Opie, Naida Osline, Christopher Russell, Mark Ruwedel, Julie Shafer, Nicolas Shake, Kim Stringfellow, David Taylor, Andrew K. Thompson, Tom Turner and Amir Zaki. www.lancastermoah.org/

January 8, 2014
Las Vegas Review Journal review of "1 IS THE ZERO THAT COMES BEFORE" by Carol Cling: http://www.reviewjournal.com/entertainment/discarded-objects-detritus-figure-nicolas-shake-s-vast-space-projects-exhibit

December 2013-January 2014
Art Ltd. November/December
Spotlight: Las Vegas By Dawn-Michelle Baude

...McMackin currently curates a range of satellite spaces, including intimate, classy pop-up exhibitions in Emergency Arts, the downtown creative hub, and large, performative exhibitions in a whopping 5,000-foot warehouse on the edge of town. Running through January is "1 IS THE ZERO THAT COMES BEFORE," a solo exhibit by LA artist Nicolas Shake presenting sculptures, large-scale oil paintings and a site-specific photo collage. Next up in the warehouse is Mark Brandvik's "Volume Control" in February. "Long-term exhibitions are important, but I like to foster spaces and make something happen, for a day, for a week," McMackin says. "There are so many great sites around town--it's hard to choose."

December 2013
Las Vegas Weekly Review of "1 IS THE ZERO THAT COMES BEFORE" by Dawn-Michelle Baude: http://www.lasvegasweekly.com/ae/fine-art/2013/dec/18/nicolas-shake-plays-themes-presence-and-absence-in/

December 7, 2013
Solo Exhibition: Opening reception for "1 ONE IS THE ZERO THAT COMES BEFORE" at VAST Space Project from 6-9pm. Catalog Essay by David Pagel PDF

December 3, 2013
Claremont Graduate University video "Meet CGU Art Alumnus Nicolas Shake" www.youtube.com/

October 10, 2013
OC Weekly review '14@<40': Young at Art by Dave Barton: www.ocweekly.com

October 2, 2013
DougH On The Go! review of No Region Would by Dough Harvey: "There are some very interesting sculptures and painting/sculpture hybrids, like Nicholas Shake's two-part work pairing a wretched albino clump-entity made from "friendly" plastic casts of tire treads and what looks like a basketball hoop with a circular monochrome black painting; your basic dog/moon kind of relationship, filtered through Rauschenbergian irony." http://dougharvey.blogspot.com/2013/10/no-region-would.html

May 24, 2013
Los Times Review "Created For Just A Moment" by Christopher Knight: http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/arts/culture/la-art-review-nicolas-shake-at-western-project-20130520-story.html"

May, 2013
Visual Art Source review of "Significance Swells" by Molly Enholm: http://www.visualartsource.com/index.php?page=editorial&pcID=17&aID=1726

May 11, 2013
Solo Exhibition: "Significance Swells" at Western Project, press release PDF