Richard Hambleton (American/Canadian, )

Chronik

1954
Born in Vancouver, Canada
1975
BFA, painting and art history, Emily Carr School of Art, Vancouver, Canada
1975 – 1980
Founder and Co-Director “Pumps” Center for Alternative Art, Gallery, Performance and Video Space; Vancouver, Canada
Lives and works in Manhattan’s Lower East Side

Ausstellungen

2009
Richard Hambleton New York, presented by Andy Valmorbida and Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld in collaboration with Giorgio Armani, New York, NY
2008
"Off the Wall, From Vandalism to Urban Art," November 1 - December 13, 2008, Wilde Gallery, Berlin
2008
"Punk. No One is Innocent," May 16 - September 7, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria
2008
"Stoked Benefit Art Auction," April 5, Milk Gallery at Phillips de Pury, New York, NY
2008
"Works on Paper," Woodward Gallery at the Park Avenue Armory, 20th Anniversary, February 29 - March 3, New York, NY
2007 – 2008
“Behind the Seen,” Ad Hoc Art, Brooklyn, NY featuring street work by Swoon, Keith Haring, Ron English, Shepard Fairey, Lee Quiñones, and others. Curated by Michael de Feo
2007
“The Beautiful Paintings,” Woodward Gallery, New York (solo)
2007
“Contemporary Art Society Benefit Auction,” November 2, Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, WI (group)
2007
“The Media: Reaction, Reflections, and Comments on the Culture of Media,” featured with Jean-Michel Basquiat and Keith Haring, May 27 - July 13, City of Brea Art Gallery, Brea, CA.
2006 – 2007
“The New York Art Scene 1974-1984”, Grey Art Gallery, New York. Traveling to The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and The Austin Museum of Art, Austin, Texas
2006 – 2007
“Gallery Artists ‘06-’07,” Woodward Gallery, New York, NY
2005
“Vintage East Village,” Hal Bromm Gallery, New York
2004 – 2005
“East Village USA,” December 9, 2004 - March 19, 2005, New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, NY.
1986 – 1987
“Public and Private: American Prints Today: The 24th National Print Exhibition,” traveling exhibition: Brooklyn Museum, Flint Institute of Arts, RISD, Carnegie Museum, Pittsburgh, and the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, including works by Eric Fischl, Richard Hambleton, Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Rauschenberg, James Rosenquist, Donald Sultan, Wayne Thiebaud, James Turrell, and Andy Warhol.
1985
Piezo Electric Gallery, New York (solo)
1985
Salvatore Ala Gallery, New York (solo)
1985
Zellermayer Galerie, Berlin, Germany (solo)
1985
Museo DeArte Costaricense, Costa Rica, Spain (solo)
1985
“Syndesthetics,” PS 1, Long Island City, New York
1985
“Smart Art,” Toesph Mosheck, Cambridge, Massachusetts
1984
“Of the Streets,” University of Colorado, Aspen, featuring Jenny Holzer, Tom Warren, Richard Hambleton, Lady Pink, John Fekner, CRASH, Daze, Keith Haring, David Wojnarowicz, Marc Brasz, Spank, Candace Hill-Montgomery, and John Ahearn
1984
“New Talent - New York,” travelling exhibition organized by Sioux City Art Center, Iowa
1984
“East Village Artists,” The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Virginia
1984
“East Village Scene,” Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1984
“Activated Walls,” The Queens Museum, New York
1984
“Chill Out,” Kenkeleba House, New York
1984
“Romance and Catastrophe,” Zellermayer Gallerie, Berlin, Germany
1984
“Sculpture Now,” Anna Friebe Galerie, Koln, Germany
1984
“25,000 Sculptors from Across the USA,” Civilian Warfare, New York
1984
“Aperto ‘84,” BIENNALE DIE VENEZIA, Venice, Italy
1984
“Body Politic,” Tower Gallery, New York
1984
“Arte di Frontiera,” Galeria Communale d’arte Moderna, Bologna, Milan and Rome, Italy
1984
“Situation,” Bess Cutler Gallery, New York
1984
“Galleries of the Lower East Side,” Artist Space, New York
1984
“Limbo,” PS 1, Long Island City, New York
1984
“Totem,” Bonnier Gallery, Charles Cowles Gallery, and Germans Van Eck Gallery, New York
1984
“Abstract Persona,” Dramatis Personae Gallery, New York
1984
“121,” Antwerp, Belgium (solo)
1984
Anna Friebe Galerie, Cologne, Germany (solo)
1984
Galerie Barbara Farber, Amsterdam (solo)
1984
Galerie Salvatore Ala, Milano, Italy (solo)
1984
Salvatore Ala Gallery, New York (solo)
1983
Piezo Electric, New York (solo)
1983
Civilian Warefare, New York (solo)
1983
Limbo Lounge, New York (solo)
1983
Abstract Persona, Dramatis Personae Gallery, New York
1983
Piezo Electric, New York
1983
“Vancouver: art and artists 1931-1983” Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver
1983
Ronald Feldman Gallery, New York
1983
“Black and White Show,” Kenkelba Gallery, New York
1983
Gracie Mansion Gallery, New York
1983
Galleri Cassandra, Norway
1983
Seventh Annual Forgione, New York
1983
Fashion Moda, Bronx, New York
1983
Tweed Gallery, New Jersey
1983
Weatherspoon Art Gallery, North Carolina
1983
Greenville County Museum of Art, South Carolina
1983
American Graffiti Gallery, Amsterdam
1983
Group Material- Subculture, New York
1983
Pier 34 Project, New York
1983
International Running Center, New York
1983
“Terminal New York” , Brooklyn, New York
1982
Club 57, New York
1982
5th International Apartment Festival, March 15-21
1982
Storefront for Art and Architecture, New York
1982
Pyramid, New York
1982
Cheltenham Art Center, Pennsylvania
1982
Alexander Milliken Gallery, New York
1982
Squat Theater, New York
1982
Sarah Lawrence College Gallery, New York
1982
“Art on the Beach,” Creative Time’s, New York
1982
Second Story Books, Baltimore
1982
“The Real Estate Show,” ABC No Rio, New York
1982
Alexander Milliken- East Village Gallery, New York (solo)
1982
Flavio Belli Gallery, Toronto, Canada (solo)
1981
9th Street Survival Show, New York
1981
Club 57, New York
1981
White Columns, New York
1981
ABC No Rio, New York
1981
Public Image Gallery, New York
1980
“Times Square Show,” Collaborative Projects Incorporated and Fashion Moda, New York
1980
La Mamelle, Inc. San Francsico, CA (solo)
1979
Pumps Center for Art, Vancouver, Canada (solo)
1978
Western Front, Vancouver, Canada (solo)
1977
Pumps Center for Art, Vancouver, Canada (solo)