Christian Eckart  (Canadian, 1959) 

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Christian Eckart, Hexagonal Perturbation

 

Christian Eckart
Hexagonal Perturbation
2011

McClain Gallery
Christian Eckart, Pink Circuit

 

Christian Eckart
Pink Circuit
2006

McClain Gallery
Christian Eckart, Small Regular Painting

 

Christian Eckart
Small Regular Painting
2001

McClain Gallery
Christian Eckart, Untitled (Noumena) Installation View

 

Christian Eckart
Untitled (Noumena) Installation View
2011

McClain Gallery
Christian Eckart, Dichroic Hexagonal Perturbation

 

Christian Eckart
Dichroic Hexagonal Perturbation
2011

McClain Gallery
Christian Eckart, The Absurd Vehicle

 

Christian Eckart
The Absurd Vehicle
2006-2011

McClain Gallery
Christian Eckart, Hexagonal Perturbation

 

Christian Eckart
Hexagonal Perturbation
2010

McClain Gallery
Christian Eckart, Circuit Painting Diptych

 

Christian Eckart
Circuit Painting Diptych
2007

McClain Gallery
Christian Eckart, Icon Fragment

 

Christian Eckart
Icon Fragment
1998

McClain Gallery
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Christian Eckart, The Power-Chord Cycle (set of 6 works)

 

Christian Eckart
The Power-Chord Cycle (set of 6 works), 1993
aquatint

 

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Christian Eckart, B.A.M.Portfolio II Multiple

 

Christian Eckart
B.A.M.Portfolio II Multiple, 1989
etching on stainless steel

 

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Christian Eckart, White painting #611

 

Christian Eckart
White painting #611, 1988
formica on wood

 

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1959   Born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada
1981 - 1984   Alberta College of Art, Calgary, Canada (Sculpture)
1984 - 1986   MFA, Hunter College, CUNY, New York (Painting)
1994   Received American citizenship; Canadian citizenship is retained
1997   Lives and works in Berlin
1984 - 2002   Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY
1998 - 2002   Lives and works in Amsterdam
  Lives and works in Houston
2006   Christian Eckart: Purpose Driven, McClain Gallery, Houston, Texas, April-May (solo)
2005   The Shape of Colour: Excursions in Color Field Art, 1950 – 2005, organized by Dr. David Moos, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada, May (catalogue)
2005   Universal Medium, McClain Gallery, Houston, Texas, March-April
2005   Beauty Supply, Clint Roenisch Gallery, Toronto, Canada, January-February
2003   American Beauty, organized by Robert McClain, McClain Gallery, Houston, Texas, November
2003   Space Vehicles: Allusion Objectified, organized by Christian Eckart, McClain Gallery, Houston, Texas, January-February (catalogue)
2003   Einstein’s Toaster – New Work by Christian Eckart, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg, Austria, June – July (solo)
2002   My Way, Trépanier Baer Gallery, Calgary, Canada, September–October (solo)
2002   Exformation, McClain Gallery, Houston, Texas, January – February (solo)
2002   Selections from the Martin Z. Margulies Collection, organized by Dahlia Morgan, The Art Museum, Florida International University, Miami, Florida, September-December (catalogue)
2002   in the abstract, McClain Gallery, Houston, Texas, July-August
2002   Looking At Painting - 1, organized by Isabel Kunigk, Galerie Tanit, Munich, Germany, September-October
2002   Album: ACAD @ 75, part II, organized by Ron Moppett, Illingworth Kerr Gallery of Art, Alberta College of Art and Design, September-October (catalogue)
2001   New Models, Art of this Century, New York, November–December (solo)
2001   Rembrandt to Rauschenberg: Building the Collection, organized by Annette Dimeo Carlozzi, Jack S. Blanton Museum of Art, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, January–March
2001   Pleasure of Sight & States of Being: Radical Abstract Painting since 1990, organized by Roald Nasgaard, Florida State University at Tallahasee, Tallahassee, Florida (catalogue)
2001   2001: An Art Odyssey – Recent Acquisitions to the Contemporary Collection, organized by Kirsten Evendon, Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Canada, July–September
2001   Geometry and Gesture, organized by Nikolaus Ruzicska, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg, Austria, July–August
2001   Diskursive Malerei, organized by Lorand Hegyi, Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien, Vienna, Austria, September–March 2002
2001   New York, McClain Gallery, Houston, Texas. Benefit for New York City and inauguration of new gallery location
2000   Faith: The Impact of Judeo-Christian Religion on Art at the Millennium, organized by Christian Eckart, Harry Philbrick, and Osvaldo Romberg, The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut, Jan–May (catalogue)
2000   Sculpture 2000, Robert McClain & Co. Fine Art, Houston, Texas, June
2000   Circuits & Zootropes, Galerie Tanit, Munich, Germany, February–April (solo)
2000   Christian Eckart, Windows, Brussels, Belgium, March–May (solo)
1999   White Album, Trépanier Baer Gallery, Calgary, Canada, September–October (solo)
1999   Christian Eckart, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg, Austria, November 1999–January 2000 (solo)
1999   New Monochromatic Works – Christian Eckart, Robert McClain & Co. Fine Art, Houston, Texas, January–February (solo)
1999   Abstrakt, Max-Gandolph-Bibliothek, organized by Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg, Austria, July–August (catalogue)
1999   Abstractions, Galerie Laage-Salomon, Paris, France, September–October
1998   Christian Eckart, Galerie René Blouin—Espace 502, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, organized by and in collaboration with Trépanier Baer Gallery, Calgary, Canada, May (solo)
1996 - 1998   Disturbing Abstraction, University of Western Ontario
1997   Various Logic, Janis Gallery New York (solo)
1997   Christian Eckart, Robert McClain and Co. Houston, TX (solo)
1997   Face à Face, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac Paris, France (solo)
1997   Reductive Forms, Robert McClain & Co. Houston, TX
1997   Christian Eckart, Works 1986–1996,” Galerie Tanit, Munich, Germany (solo)
1997   Christian Eckart, S.A.T. Exhibition Space, L.I.C., Queens, New York, presented by Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, France and Salzburg, Austria, November (solo)
1996   Commencement of Disturbing Abstraction, organized by Mark A. Cheetham of the University of Western Ontario, The Artlab, The University of Western Ontario, London, Canada, November–December 1996; Art Gallery of North York, Toronto, Canada, January–February 1997; The Nickle Arts Museum, Calgary, Canada, May–August 1997; The Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina, Canada, August–October 1997; Art Gallery of Windsor, Windsor, Canada, November 1997–February 1998; Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, Canada, April–June 1998. (catalogue)
1996   Vltava, Motel Fine Arts, New York, January–February
1996   Curved Monochrome Paintings, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac Paris, France
1996   Abstract/Real, Museum Moderner Kunst Vienna, Austria
1995   The Golden and Baroque, Robert McClain and Co. Houston, TX
1995   Trépanier Baer Gallery Calgary, Canada
1995   Endless Line Paintings, Sabine Watchters Fine Arts, Brussels, Belgium, February–April
1995   Christian Eckart, Trépanier Baer Gallery, Calgary, Canada, February–April
1995   Curved Monochromes, Endless Lines, and Simple Models, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg, Austria, November–December
1994   Christian Eckart, Trépanier Baer Gallery, Calgary, Canada
1994   Christian Eckart, Galerie Tanit, Munich, Germany, March–April
1994   The Veils, Sabine Watchters Fine Arts, Knokke, Belgium, April–May
1994   Painting, Rhona Hoffman Gallery Chicago, IL
1993   I Am the Enunciator, organized by Christian Leigh, Thread Waxing Space, New York, January–February (catalogue)
1993   Slittamenti/Transactions (I Love You More Than My Own Death) , organized by Christian Leigh, 45th Biennale di Venezia, Granai delle Zitelle, Guidecca, Venice, Italy, Spring. (catalogue).”
1993   Living with Art: The Collection of Ellyn & Saul Dennison, The Morris Museum, Morristown, New Jersey, Oct–Nov (catalogue).
1993   Accrochage International, Galerie Sabine Wachters, Brussels, Belgium.
1992   Rubin Spangle Gallery, New York, January–February
1992   Fifteenth Anniversary Exhibtition, Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
1992   Nothing New: The Positive Absence of Originality in Art, organized by Anthony Iannacci, Studio La Città 2, Verona, Italy, May (catalogue).
1992   Quotations: The Second History of Art, organized by Barry Rosenberg, The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut, May–September; Museum of Contemporary Art at Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio, October–November (catalogue).
1992   Psycho, organized by Christian Leigh, Inaugural Exhibition, KunstHall, New York, April–May (catalogue).
1992   Frame Up, organized by Judith Tolnick, Main Gallery, Fine Arts Center, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, Rhode Island, October.
1992   Galleria Galliani, Genoa, Italy, December
1991   The Body in Question, organized by Gary Nickard and Melissa Harris, Burden Gallery, The Aperture Foundation, New York, January–February.
1991   Bildlicht: Malerei Zwischen Material und Immaterialität, organized by Wolfgang Drechsler and Peter Weibel, Museum Moderner Kunst, Vienna, Austria, May–July (catalogue).
1991   Hybrid Abstract, organized by Joshua Decter, Usdan Gallery, Bennington College, Bennington, Vermont, April–May (catalogue).
1991   Anni Novanta, organized by Renato Barilli, Galleria Comunale d’Arte Moderna, Bologna; Musei Comunali, Rimini; ex-colonia “Le Navi,” Cattolica; May–September 1991.
1991   Vertigo ‘The Remake’, organized by Christian Leigh, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg, Austria, July–August.
1991   After Reinhardt: The Ecstasy of Denial, organized by Max Estenger and Meg O’Rourke, Tomoko Liguori Gallery, New York, September–October (catalogue).
1991   Conceptual Abstraction, Sidney Janis Gallery, New York, November–December (catalogue).
1991   Les Couleurs de l’Argent, Musée de la Poste, Paris, France, November 1991–January 1992 (catalogue).
1991   Das Goldene Zeitalter, organized by Tilman Osterwald, Wurttembergischer Kunstverein, Stuttgart, Germany, November 1991–February 1992 (catalogue).
1990   Spellbound, organized by Christian Leigh, Marc Richards Gallery, Los Angeles, California.
1990   Art Against AIDS, Public Art Project Exhibition, Washington, D.C., May (catalogue).
1990   Un Art de la Distinction?, organized by Caroline Bissière and Jean-Paul Blanchet, Abbaye Saint-Andre, Centre d’Art Contemporain, Meymac, France, July–October (catalogue).
1990   Neoclassico a Trieste: Attualità del Neoclassico, organized by Dr. Ricardo Caldura, Revoltella, Trieste, Italy, Summer (catalogue).
1990   Christian Eckart, Stephen Ellis, Alain Kirili, Imi Knoebel, Koury-Wingate Gallery, New York, September–October.
1990   Vertigo, organized by Christian Leigh, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, France (catalogue).
1990   Mise en Abîme, organized by Vittoria Coen and Anthony Iannacci, Studio La Città, Verona, Italy, October (catalogue).
1989   Horn of Plenty, organized by Gosse Oosterhof, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, January–February (catalogue).
1989   Repetition, organized by Donald McKinney, Hirschl & Adler Modern, New York, February–March (catalogue).
1989   The Silent Baroque, organized by Christian Leigh, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg, Austria (catalogue).
1989   Projects & Portfolios, organized by Barry Walker, The Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, New York, October–December (catalogue).
1988   Redefining the Object, organized by Barry A. Rosenberg, University Art Galleries, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio and Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Cleveland, Ohio (catalogue).
1988   24 Square, organized by Saul Ostrow, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts.
1988   Complexity and Contradiction, organized by Christian Leigh, Scott Hanson Gallery, New York, September–October (catalogue).
1988   La Couleur Seule: L’Experience du Monochrome, organized by Maurice Besset and Thierry Raspail, Musée d’Art Contemporain, Lyon, France, October–December (catalogue).
1988   Art of the 80’s: Artists from the Eli Broad Foundation Collection, Kresge Museum, Detroit, Michigan (catalogue by Phyllis Floyd Arnfield).
1987   Artist - Designed Toys, First Street Forum, Pulitzer Foundation, St. Louis, Missouri (catalogue).
1987   Reconstruct, organized by Robert Nickas, John Gibson Gallery, New York, March–April (catalogue).
1987   The Art of the Real, organized by Robert Nickas, Galerie Pierre Huber, Geneva, Switzerland, June–July (catalogue).
1987   Gallery Group Show, Massimo Audiello Gallery, New York.
1987   Primary Structures, organized by Robert Nickas, Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, Illinois.
1987   of Ever-Ever Land i speak, organized by Christian Leigh, Stux Gallery, New York (catalogue).
1987   Faux Arts: Surface Illusions and Simulated Materials in Recent Art, organized by Ronald J. Onorato, La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, La Jolla, California, October–November (catalogue).
1987   Facture, Laurie Rubin Gallery, New York.
1986   , organized by the Art Advisory Service, a project of the Associate Council of the Museum of Modern Art, New York.
1986   Red, organized by Robert Nickas, Massimo Audiello Gallery, New York.
1986   Tableaux Abstraits, organized by Christian Besson, Villa Arson, Nice, France, April–May (catalogue).
1986   When Attitudes Become Form, Bess Cutler Gallery, New York.
1986   Ten Artists Working in New York and Washington, organized by Robert Feldman and Jock Reynolds, Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover, Massachusetts.
  SELECTED MUSEUM AND PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York
Museum of Modern Art, Department of Prints and Drawings, New York
New York Public Library, New York
The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY
Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
Detroit Institute of Art, Detroit, Michigan
Museum of Fine Art, Houston, Texas
Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wein, Vienna, Austria
Musée d’Art Contemporain, Grenoble, France
Australian National Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
Les Vingt de Groeninge, Brugges, Belgium
Eli Broad Foundation and Eli Broad Family Foundation, Santa Monica, California
Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, Canada
Art Gallery of North York, Toronto, Canada
Mackenzie Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Canada
Jack S. Blanton Museum of Art, Austin, Texas
Glenbow Art Gallery, Calgary, Canada
And many others throughout North America, Europe, and Asia