• Tricia Keightley

    Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY
    B.F.A. in Painting, San Francisco Art Institute

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    Awards:

    2016
    Millay Colony for the Arts Residency

    2010
    MacDowell Colony Fellowship

    2002
    New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship in Painting

    Public Art Projects:

    2012
    MTA Arts for Transit Commission for Hunters Point Avenue, #7 Station, Long Island City, NY


    Selected Solo Exhibitions:

    2010
    Project 4 Gallery, Washington DC

    2007
    Galerie Schuster, Frankfurt, Germany

    2006
    “Good Cop /Bad Cop” Project 4 Gallery, Washington DC
    ADA Gallery, Richmond, VA

    2002
    Bellwether Gallery, Project Space, Brooklyn, NY

    1999
    Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY

    Selected Group Exhibitions:

    2016
    "Show #31: Signaling to ^ the Cipher ^ towards a Segway", curated by Jesse David Penridge, Field Projects, NY, NY

    2015
    "Lifestyle Brands", curated by Nora Normile and Rachel Pontius, 539 Third Ave, Brooklyn, NY
    “The Nothing That Is”, curated by Bill Thelen, Contemporary Art Museum Raleigh, Raleigh, NC
    “Melted City 2”, curated by Jordin Isip, Blanc Gallery, Quezon City, Philippines

    2014
    "Pierogi XX: Twentieth Anniversary Exhibition at Piergogi, Pierogi Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
    "Dime Bag 4", curated by Jordin Isip, The End is Near, Brooklyn, NY
    "Wrap Around 3", curated by Renee Riccardo, Arena@Suite 806, NY, NY

    2012
    "Elements", Mikhail Zakin Gallery, Demerest, NJ

    2011
    "In Season", Project 4 Gallery, Washington DC
    “Urban Mythos”, Westbeth Gallery, New York, NY

    2010
    "Playlist", curated by Paddy Johnson and Steven Stern, Postmasters Gallery, NY, NY
    "Yuletide", Project 4 Gallery, Washington DC
    “Some (Are) Painting”, 532 Gallery Thomas Jaekel, NY, NY
    "Nice to Meet You", Alix Sloan Fine Art, NY, NY
    "Midnite Snacks", 1366 Space, Chicago, IL

    2009
    “The Better Half”, Educational Alliance, NY, NY
    “Dime Bag 3”, Giant Robot, NY, NY
    “Structural Visions”, Carroll Square Gallery, Washington DC

    2008
    "2", Project 4 Gallery, Washington D.C.

    2007
    “Bibbidi-Bobbiddi-Boo”,Galerie Schuster, Berlin,Germany

    2006
    “En Masse” Heskin Contemporary, NY, NY
    “Over Land”, Neo Images Gallery, Santa Barbara, CA
    “Bibbidi-Bobbiddi-Boo” Kunstverein Bielefeld, Bielefeld, Germany, Kunstverein Mannheim, Mannheim, Germany and Cercle Muenster, Luxembourg

    2005
    “Collapsing Matter”, Morsel Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
    “NY Loves LV”, Dust Gallery, Las Vegas, NV

    2004
    “Selected Works form the Pierogi Flat Files”, University
    Art Museum, SUNY Albany, NY
    “Grotto 2”, Jessica Murray Projects, Brooklyn, NY

    2003
    “On and Off the Wall: New York Foundation for the Arts’ Painting Fellows”, Phillips,de Pury & Luxembourg, New York, NY

    2002
    “End of the Rainbow”, Bellwether Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
    “Grotto”, Jessica Murray Projects, Brooklyn, NY
    “The Accelerated Grimace”, Daniel Silverstein Gallery, NY, NY
    “Tract”, Plus Ultra, Brooklyn, NY

    2001
    “Being There”, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY
    “Luck of the Drawn”, Geoffery Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA

    1999
    “Fin de Siecle”, P.S. 122, New York, NY
    “Pictorial Abstraction”, Temple Gallery, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
    “Road Show”, DFN Gallery, New York, NY
    “Room with a View”, Sixth @ Prince, New York, NY
    “Living in Stereo”, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY

    1998
    “Bodies Rest and Motion”, Stefanelli Projects, New York, NY
    “Cambio”, Museo Universitario del Chopo, curated by Kenny Schacter, Mexico City
    “Hot”, Revolution, Ferndale, MI
    “Pay-per-view”, Caren Golden Fine Art, New York, NY
    “Usefool”, Postmasters Gallery, New York, NY

    1997
    “Cambio”, Chelsea Arts Building, curated by Kenny Schachter, New York, NY
    “Tweakville”, Catharine Clark Gallery, San Francisco, CA
    “All the Things You Are”, Geoffery Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA
    “Currents Occurrence”, Revolution, Ferndale, MI

    1996
    “Hodgepodge Lodge East”, Hovel, New York, NY
    “Set Off”, View Room Exhibitions, New York, NY
    “The Death of the Death of Painting”, 480 Broome Street, curated by Kenny Schachter, New York, NY

    1993
    “Drawing First”, Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA
    “Real Wet Paint”, Victoria Room, San Francisco, CA


    Bibliography:

    2015
    Vitiello, Chris, “Lump Director Bill Thelen makes his mark at CAM Raleigh with a high-concept drawing show”, Indy Week, July 22

    2012
    Earley Manning, Janet, “Architectural Concepts Focus of Demerest Art Exhibit”, Northern Valley Suburbanite, December 20

    2006
    Judkis, Maura, 2006, Washington City Paper, April 30
    Wennerstrom, Nord, “Good Cop /Bad Cop”, Artforum.com, Critics’ Pick, November 2
    Dawson, Jessica,”Good Cop /Bad Cop at Project 4 Gallery, The Washington Post, October 28
    Capps,Kriston, “Good Cop /Bad Cop”, Washington City Paper City Lights, October 13
    Goss,Heather, “Good Cop /Bad Cop @ Project 4” dcist.com,November 7
    Hunt, David, “Bibbidi-Bobbiddi-Boo”, exhibition catalogue

    2002
    Brody, David, “Ernst Haeckel and the Microbial Baroque”,
    Cabinet, Summer 2002
    Johnson ,Ken, “Tract: Systemic Sprawl”, New York Times, June 28
    Schmerler, Sarah, “Tract: Systemic Sprawl”, Time Out New York, July 11

    2001
    Johnson, Ken, “Art Guide: ‘Being There’”, New York
    Times, July 13
    Parker, Lauren, “Wild Things”, Smock, Spring/Summer

    2000
    Turner, Grady T., “Beautiful Dreamers”, Flash Art, January/February

    1999
    Dimaggio, Anthony, “Tricia Keightley”, Review Magazine, December 1
    Henry, Max, “Gotham Dispatch”, Artnet.com, December
    Sozanski, Edward, “Pictorial Abstraction: Between Reality, Invention”, Philadelphia Inquirer, September 26
    Rosenholtz, Ellen M., “Feel for the Real”, Philadelphia Weekly, September 8

    1998
    Colby, Joy Hakanson, “Art Review: ‘Hot’”, Detroit News, June 11
    Cohen, Keri Guten, “Inside Art”, Detroit Free Press, July 5
    Johnson, Ken, “Art Guide: ‘Pay-per-view’”, New York Times, June 19

    1997
    Cotter, Holland, “Art in Review: ‘Cambio’”, New York Times, November 26

    1996
    Pall, Ellen, “The Neo-Dealers”, The New York Times Magazine, September 1

    Permanent Collections:
    New York Transit Museum