RICHARD NONAS

Richard Nonas was born in New York in 1936. He was educated at the University of Michigan, Lafayette College, Columbia University and the University of North Carolina -­? first in Literature, and then in Social Anthropology. He worked as an anthropologist for 10 years, teaching at the University of North Carolina and Queens College, and doing field work on American Indians in Northern Ontario, Canada, Yukon territory, Canada, and then, for 2 years, in Northern Mexico and Southern Arizona. About 30 years ago, he left anthropology and began to make sculpture. Since then, he has exhibited extensively all over the world making small and very large works both indoors and out, and has written extensively about the culturally dependent intellectual and emotional meanings of sculpture, space and place.

Richard Nonas has built and shown sculpture in
France, Sweden, Poland, Holland, Spain, Norway, Denmark, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Germany, Monaco, Mexico, Belgium, Japan, Bosnia, Spain, Serbia and in many cities of the United States.

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS:

Ackland Art Museum, The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill,NorthCarolina. Albright-­?Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York.
The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut.
Anderson Gallery, School of the Arts, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia. Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, Texas.

Center for Contemporary Art, Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw, Poland. The Chase Manhattan Bank, New York, New York.
Cranbrook Academy, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.
Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, Michigan.

Eli Luria Library, Santa Barbara City College, Santa Barbara, California. Fine Arts Gallery at Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio.
The Guggenheim Museum, New York, New York.
Muse?e de Grenoble. France. Parc de sculptures.

Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire. Karlskrona, Sweden.
The City of Kungsskrona, Sweden.
Kunstmuseum, Zurich, Switzerland.

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The City of Lodz, Poland.
Lunds Universitet, Lund, Sweden.
Malmo Museum, Malmo, Sweden.
Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson, Mississippi.
Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden.
Musee en Plein Air, Paris, France.
Museum Sztuki, Lodz, Poland.
Mundsee Austria
The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, California.
The Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York.
National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
Neuberger Museum, State University of New York at Purchase, Purchase, New York. The City of Niort, France.
Norman Fisher Collection at the Jacksonville Art Museum, Jacksonville, Florida.
The North Dakota Museum of Art. Grand Forks, North Dakota.
Panza Collection, Milan, Italy.
C.W. Post Campus, Long Island University, New York.
Radford University, Radford, Virginia.
Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, New York.
Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Neb.
State University of New York, Purchase, New York.
The City of Stockholn, Skarpnack Subway Station
Stocklolm School of Economics, Stockholm, Sweden.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Wana?s Sculpture Park, Wana?s, Sweden.
Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina at Greensboro,
Greensboro, North Carolina.

EXHIBITIONS

SELECTED ONE-­?MAN EXHIBITIONS AND INSTALLATIONS:

  1. 1971  Rochester, N.Y.. University of Rochester. Rochester Surround: 3 days/3 ways.

  2. 1972  New York. 10 Bleeker Street. Richard Nonas: Enclosures. (Inaugural exhibition).

    New York. 112 Greene Street. Richard Nonas.

  3. 1973  New York. The Clocktower, The Institute for Art and Urban Resources Inc.

    Richard Nonas
    San Francisco, Calif. Daniel Weinberg Gallery. Richard Nonas: California Steel Pieces. New York. 112 Greene Street. Richard Nonas: Other Drawings.

  4. 1974  Genoa, Italy. Minetti Rebora Galleriaforma. Richard Nonas: Sculpture. Rome, Italy. Galleria d'Allessandro.
    Munich, Germany. Galerie Schottle. Richard Nonas.
    New York. 383 West Broadway. Richard Nonas.

  5. 1975  Bari, Italy. Galleria Marilena Bonomo.New York. The Idea Warehouse, The N.Y.C. Insitiute for Art and Urban Resource Equalizer. The Third

 
 
 
 

Sculpture of the Boundary Man Series.
New York. Holly Soloman Gallery. Richard Nonas.

  1. 1976  Hanover, New Hampshire. Art Gallery, Hopkins Center, Dartmouth College. Works in Wood 1970-­?1976.

    Spoleto, Italy. Richard Nonas: Nuove Sculpture in Una Vecchia Torre. Presented by Marilena Bonomo.
    Milan, Italy. Galleria San Fedele. Richard Nonas.
    Stuttgart, Germany. Galerie Hetzler+Keller. Richard Nonas.

    Dayton, Ohio. Wright State University Art Gallery. Richard Nonas:Sculpture.

    Milan, Italy. Galleria Salvatore Ala. Richard Nonas.

  2. 1977  Long Island City, N.Y. PS1 The Institute for Art and Urban Resources, Inc.

    Montezuma's Breakfast.
    Corpus Christi, Texas. Art Museum of South Texas. Outdoor installations. Chicago, Illinois. Illinois Center Plaza/ Young-­?Hoffman Gallery. Outdoor sculpture: Montezuma's Ballroom (Marker for Frank Salcido).

  3. 1978  New York. John Weber Gallery. Richard Nonas/Sculpture.
    Minneapolis, Minnesota. Walker Art Center. Viewpoints: Richard Nonas. Paris, France. G. Mollet-­?Vieville/ J.P. Najar. Richard Nonas.
    Houston, Texas. Texas Gallery. Richard Nonas.
    Rome, Italy. Ugo Ferranti Gallery. Richard Nonas: Sculpture.
    Brussels, Belgium. Albert Baronian Gallery. Richard Nonas: Sculpture. Zurich, Switzerland. Annemarie Vernia Gallery. Richard Nonas.

  4. 1979  New York. John Weber Gallery. Nonas/Mangold: combined shows. Zurich, Switzerland. InK.

    Milan, Italy. Galleria Salvatore Ala. Richard Nonas.

    Chicago, Illinois. Young Hoffman Gallery. Richard Nonas.

  5. 1980  Atlanta, Georgia. Piedmont Park. (Outdoor installation.)

    Toronto, Canada. Mercer Union. Richard Nonas: Canadian Word-­?Chaser Series. Toronto, Canada. Art Gallery of Ontario. Two outdoor installations.
    New York. Oil and Steel Gallery. New Sculpture and Drawings. (Inaugural exhibition.)

  6. 1981  Yonkers, New York. The Hudson River Museum. Richard Nonas.

  7. 1982  Amherst, Massachusetts. University Gallery, University of Mass. at Amerst

    Sculpture /Drawings/Richard Nonas: Get Out/Come Back/Stay Away.
    New York. 80 Washington Square East Galleries, New York University.
    Lund, Sweden. Galleriet (Anders Tornberg Gallery). Get Out/Stay Away/Come Back: Richard Nonas/Sculpture and Drawings.
    Lund, Sweden. Pictura, University of Lund. Richard Nonas skulpturinstallation.

    New York. Franklin Furnace. Goats Itch/Richard Nonas: Narrative Work/Sculpture/Drawing/Sound-­?Tape.
    Atlanta,Georgia. Georgia State University Art Gallery. Richard Nonas: Drawing

  8. 1983  Hartford, Connecticut. Real Art Ways. Richard Nonas.
    Toronto, Canada. The Photography Gallery, Harborfront. Richard Nonas.

    Albuquerque, New Mexico. Hoshour Gallery. (Sit, Still).

    Houston, Texas. Houston Festival. Outdoor installation.
    Chapel Hill, North Carolina. University of North Carolina. Outdoor instillation

    New York. Jack Tilton Gallery. Small Sculptures/Some Drawing.

1983-­?84 New York. City Hall Park. Sponsored by Public Art Fund. Installation of

Outdoor Chairs.
1984 Richmond, Virginia. Anderson Gallery, School of the Arts, Virginia

 
 

Commonwealth University. The Coathanger Sculptures, plus Drawings. Broby, Sweden. Sponsored by Bjorn Nordenhake and Nordic Sculpture Outdoor installations. Boalt, Sweden. Sponsored by Bjorn Nordenhake

  1. 1985  Zurich, Switzerland. Annemarie Verna Gallery. New York. Jack Tilton Gallery.

    Roslyn Heights, New York. Nassau County Museum. Richard Nonas: Parts to Anything.

    Helsinki, Finland. Krista Mikkola Gallery.
    St. Louis, Missouri. Laumeier Sculpture Park. Outdoor installation.

    Long Island, New York. C.W. Post College, Long Island University. Outdoor installation.

  2. 1986  Lund, Sweden. Anders Tornberg Gallery.
    Santa Barbara, California. Pamela Auchincloss Gallery.
    Santa Barbara, California. Santa Barbara Museum of Art. Outdoors.
    Pori, Finland. Outdoor installation: Cut Cord.
    Bisby, Arizona. Outdoor installation: How long settled in? Real lives: Mule

    Mountains.

  3. 1987  Stockholm, Sweden. Sten Ericsson Gallery.

    New York City.Socrates Sculpture Park. Outdoor installation.

  4. 1988  Lund, Sweden. Lund Museum of Art. Permanent installation.

    New York City. Flushing Meadows Park. Outdoor Instillation.

    Los Angeles, California. Ace Contemporary Exhibitions.

  5. 1989  Queens, New York. Flushing Meadows Corona Park. Outdoor installation.

    Birmingham, Michigan. Hill Gallery.
    Birmingham, Michigan. Cranbrook Institure of Art. Lucifer Landing. (Permenent instillation)

    Dusseldorf, Germany. Galerie Hans Meyer

  6. 1990  New York, New York. Sandra Gering Gallery.

    Stockholm, Sweden. Galleri Lars Bohman.

    New York, New York. Christine Burgin Gallery.

  7. 1991  Los Angeles, California. Ace Gallery. Wall Sculpture.

    Lodz, Poland. Permanent outdoor sculpture. Secret Sharer -­?-­?for Joseph Conrad.
    Warsaw, Poland. Center of Contemporary Art. Between Old Times: Sculpture for a changing castle -­?-­?for Bronislow Malinowski.

    Boston, Mass. Harcus Gallery.
    Wayne, New Jersey. Ben Shahn Galleries. William Patterson College. Tokyo, Japan. Gallery 360 Degrees.
    Stockholm, Sweden. Handelshogskolan.
    Vienna, Austria. Galerie Hubert Winter.

  8. 1992  Eindhoven, Holland. Hetapollohuis. Knokke-­?Houte, Belgium. Andre Simoens Gallery.

    Tokyo, Japan. Person's Weekend Museum.

  9. 1993  Los Angeles, California. Ace Gallery Its own melting: new sculpture.

    Vienna, Austria. Galerie Hubert Winter.Richard Nonas, part 1.
    Tokyo, Japan. Gallery 360 Degrees. Richard Nonas: Drawings.
    Vienna, Austria. Galerie Hubert Winter. Richard Nonas, part II: Nunavut: Art

    and the birth of the thing.
    Los Angeles, California. Museum of Contemporary Art. Stockade.(Outdoor installation; fifteen granite chairs.)

 
 
  1. 1994  Paris, France. Xippas Gallery. Transit. Bruxelles, Belgium. One Five.

    Vienna, Austria. Galerie Hubert Winter.

  2. 1995  Tours, France. C.C.C.

    Lund, Sweden. Anders Tornberg Gallery. Cold Coffee. First in the Morning, Lund, Sweden. Lunds Konsthall. Crude Thinking. First in the Morning, Last at

    Night.
    Southampton,England. John Hansard Gallery, The University of Southhampton.

    Crude Thinking / Thick Making.

  3. 1996  Geneva Switzerland. MAMCO.

  4. 1997  Berlin, Germany. Hubert Winter Gallery.

    Linz, Austria. oo? Landesmuseum Francisco Carolinum. (Permanent outdoor sculpture.)
    Knislinger, Sweden. Wana?s Sculpture park . (Permanent instillation LaColonne Termine?e 3.)

    Boro?s, Sweden. (Permanent instillation of the main square. 12 granite chairs in an 8m diameter circle.)

    Detroit, Michigan. Detroit Institute of Art. (Permanent outdoor

    installation.)

  5. 1998  Geneva, Switzerland. Muse?e d’art modern et contemporain.

    Rome, Italy. Primo Piano Galleria

  6. 1999  Vienna, Austria. Galerie Hubert Winter

    Detroit, Mich. Hill Gallery

  7. 2000  NYC. Five Myles. A Ghost in Every Kayak

  8. 2001  Lawrence Markey Gallery NYC, Sophia-­?Maria and the Indians

  9. 2002  Erik Stark Gallery NYC\

  10. 2003  Tim Hill Gallery Burmingham Mich.

    Hubert Winter Gallery, Vienna Austria

  11. 2004  Hill Gallery Burmingham Mich.

  12. 2005  Hubert winter Gallery, Vienna Austria

  1. 2007  Esso Gallery NYC

  2. 2008  Lemmons Contemporary NYC

    Udine, Italy

    Esso Gallery, NYC

  3. 2009  Esso Gallery, NYC

    Galleria Michela Rizzo, Venice Italy
    Atelier Archipel en Arles, Arles, France
    Art Omi, Hudson NY
    University of Michigan Museum of Art Ann Arbor, Mich. Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire

    Wedge for now, Galerie Anne de Villepoix , Paris, France ( 31/10/09-­?09/01/10)

  4. 2010  Galerie Hubert Winter, Vienne (10/03 -­? )

    Galerie Sfeir Semler, Hambourg (01/05-­? )
    Muse?e d’art Moderne de Saint Etienne, France (15/05-­?22/08/10) Chateau d’Avignon (25/06-­? )

  5. 2011  No-­?Water-­?In P420 Gallery, (21/05-­?24/09)
    Piazza dei Martiri 5/2 Bologne (Italy)
    Le Passage des Montagnes, Muse?ee Gassendi, Digne ; France (17/12/11)

 
 

2013 Greenburger Prize, New Museum NY (March 12 – cat.)
James Fuentes Gallery @ Brussels Art Fair ( April 18th-­?21th) James Fuentes Gallery, New York, (May 7th -­? book)
Hubert Winter Gallery, Vienna ( June 5th)
Fabbrica del Vapore, Milan ( Autumn, date not stablished yet)
Tim Hill Gallery, Birmingham, MI (Autumn, date not stablished yet)

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

 

1970 1971

1972

1973

New York, 112 Greene Street (Inaugural exhibition).
Poughkeepsie, New York. Vassar College Art Gallery, Twenty Six by TwentySix. New York. The Clocktower, The Institute for Art and Urban Resources, Inc. The

Brooklyn Bridge Event. NYC
Rochester, New York. University of Rochester. Artist/Location. Outdoor

installations.
Minneapolis, Minnesota. Dayton's Gallery 12.
New York. 112 Greene Street.
New York. Bykert Gallery.
New York. C.U.N.Y., City University Graduate Center Mall. New Sculpture:

Robert Grosvenor, Forrest Myers, Richard Nonas.
Ramapo, New Jersey. Ramapo College. The Large Outdoor Sculpture.
New York. 10 Bleecker Street. Six Sculptors/7,000 Square Feet.
New York. 112 Greene Street.
New York. Penthouse Gallery. The Museum of Modern Art. Seven.
New York. Whitney Museum of American Arjt. 1973 Biennial Exhibition: Contemporary American Art.
Stockholm, Sweden. Moderna Museet. Installation of work in permanent collection.
Ridgefield, Connecticut. The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art. Second Annual Contemporary Reflections 1972-­?73.
Rochester, New York. Xerox Square Exhibit Center, Xerox Corporation. Art in Evolution.
Bronxville, New York. Sarah Lawrence College. In Spaces.
Chicago, Illinois. Mass '73. Outdoor installations.
New York. 112 Greene Street.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Institute of Contemporary Art, University of

Pennsylvania. Six Visions.
Kingston, Rhode Island. University of Rhode Island. New Sculpture: Jene Highstein/Richard Nonas. Outdoor installations.

1973-­?74 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Moore College of Art. Artists Books. (Traveled to Berkeley, Cal. University Art Museum, University of California.)

1974

New York. 112 Greene Street. Anarchitecture Group.
Bronxville, New York. Sarah Lawrence College. Questions Answers.
New York. The Clocktower. The Institute for Art and Urban Resources, Inc.

Discussions: Works/Words.
Indianapolis, Indiana. Contemporary Art Society, Indianapolis Museum of Art. Painting & Sculpture Today 1974. Traveled to Cincinnati, Ohio. The

 
 

Contemporary Art Center and The Taft Museum.
Mountainville, New York. Storm King Art Center. Sculpture in the Fields. Lewiston, New York. Artpark. Artpark 1974 (Inaugural exhibition).

1975 New York. The Clocktower. The Institute for Art and Urban Resources, Inc. Artists Make Toys.

Cologne, Germany. Cologne Art Fair-­?Marilena Bonomo Gallery.
New York. Holly Solomon Gallery. Opening Group Exhibition (Inaugural

Exibition)
Bronxville, New York. Sarah Lawrence Gallery, Sarah Lawrence College.

Word Image Number.
1975-­?76 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Institute of Contemporary Art, University of

1976

Pennsylvania. Painting, Drawing and Sculpture of the '60's and '70's from Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection. Traveled to Cincinnati, Ohio Contemporary Art Center.

Paris, France. G. Mollet-­?Vieville/J.P. Najar. Travaux sur Papier (First part). Paris, France. G. Mollet-­?Vieville/J.P. Najar. Travaux sur Papier (Second part)

Long Island City, New York. P.S. 1 (Project Studios One), The Institute for Resources, Inc. Rooms P.S. 1 (Inaugural exhibition).

Baden-­?Baden, West Germany. Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-­?Baden. Holz=Kunst-­?Stoff.
Berlin, Germany. Akademie der Kunste and the Berliner Festwochen. New York Downtown Manhattan: SoHo.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Philadelphia College of Art. Private
Notations: Artist’s Sketchbooks II.
Long Island City, New York. P.S. 1 (Project Studios One), The Institute for Art and Urban Resources, Inc. A Month of Sundays.
New York. Holly Solomon Gallery. Summer Group Exhibition.
New York. Hal Bromm.
Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Art & Project Gallery.
Stuttgart, Germany. Hetzler + Keller. Plastik und Zeichnung.

Art and Urban

1977 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Moore College of Art Gallery. Collection in Progress: 200 or so Selections from the Collection of Milton Brutten and Helen

Herrick.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Institute of Contemporary Art, Univ. Pennsylvania.

Improbable Furniture.
Kassel, West Germany. Documenta 6.
Chicago, Illinois. Young Hoffman Gallery. Michael Goldberg/Richard Nonas/ Lucio Pozzi/Lynn Umlaf.

1977-­?78 Ann Arbor, Michigan. The University of Michigan Museum of Arjt. Works from the Collection of Dorothy and Herbert Vogel.

1978 Stuttgart, Germany. Galerie D + C Mueller-­?Roth. Bildhauerzeichnungen. Long Island City, New York. P.S. 1 (Project Studios One), The Institute for Art and Urban Resources, Inc. Indoor-­?Outdoor Sculpture.
Indianapolis, Indiana. The Indianapolis Museum of Arjt. Painting & Sculpture Today1978.

New York. Hal Bromm. Sculpture.
New York. Julian Pretto Gallery. Atypical Works. New York. John Weber Gallery. Recent Works.

 
 

1979 Bochum, Germany. Museum Bochum. WordsWords. Traveled to Genoa, Italy. Palazzo Ducale.

Verona, Italy. Studio la Citta. Procedimento-­?Process. Traveled to Milan, Italy, Galleria del Milione.
New York. Hal Bromm. Drawing.
Toronto, Canada. Yarlow/Salzman Gallery. Five Sculptors.

New York. John Weber Gallery.
1979-­?80 New York. Holly Solomon Gallery. Food and Frameworks.
1980 Long Island City, New York. Organized by the Institute for Art and Urban

Resources Inc. Sculpture at the Coliseum.
New York. John Weber Gallery. Recent Work/Gallery Artists.

  1. 1981  Wayne, New Jersey. Ben Shahn Gallery, William Paterson College. 112 Greene Street Revival.

    New York. The New Museum. Alternatives in Retrospect: An Historical Overview 1969-­?1975.
    Wayne, New Jersey. Ben Shahn Gallery, William Paterson College. 4 X 7 from

    The Vogel Collection.
    Brussels, Belgium. Palais des Beaux Arts. Collections of the Moderna Museet Stockholm.
    New York. Oil & Steel Gallery. Group Show.
    Lodz, Poland. Sponsored by the Solidarity Union. Konstruckcja w Procesie.

  2. 1982  Stockhold, Sweden. Ibid.

  3. 1983  Zurich, Switzerland. Annemarie Verna. When Art Becomes Book.

    Greenvale, New York. Hillwood Art Gallery, C.W. Post Center, Long Island University. Monumental Drawings by Sculptors.
    Linkoping, Sweden. Ostergotlands Lansmuseum. New York i Linkoping. Brooklyn, New York. Brooklyn Army Terminal. Terminal New York.

  1. 1983  -­?84 Roslyn Harbor, New York. Nassau County Museum of Fine Art. Sculpture: The Tradition in Steel.

    New York. Pratt Manhattan Center Gallery. Iron Cast. Traveled to Brooklyn, New York. Pratt Institute Gallery.

    Los Angeles, California. The Museum of Contemporary Art. The First Show:Painting and Sculpture from Eight Collections: 1940-­?1980. Albuquerque, New Mexico. Hoshour Gallery. Noir & Blanc + Rouge.

    Poland. Various underground shows in illegal galleries.

  2. 1984  New York. Directions on Broadway. Installations.

    Lund, Sweden. Galleriet (Anders Tornberg Gallery). Svart Pa Vitt: Maleri,Skulptur, Techning & Grafik.

    Greensboro, North Carolina. Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina. Selected Recent Acquisitions.
    Washington, D.C. Washington Square and Public Art Trust. Iron-­?Cast.
    New York. Oil & Steel Gallery. Contemporary Paintings and Sculpture V: 1957-­?1984.

    New York. The Dead Blimpie Show.
    Greensboro, North Carolina. Weatherspoon Art Gallery. University of North Carolina. Art on Paper 1984.

1984-­?85 Flushing, New York. Queens College, City University of New York. Sponsored by the OIA. The Ways of Wood.

Albuquerque, New Mexico. Hoshour Gallery, Short Stories. Warsaw, Poland. Galeria Zapiecek.

 
 

1985

Helsinki, Finland. Galleria Exit Krista Mikkola.
New York. Ted Greenwald Gallery. Artists' Weapons.

New York. Manhattan Art. Drawing and Sculpture.
Yonkers, New York. The Hudson River Museum. A New Beginning: 1968-­?78. Malmo, Sweden. Galleri Lang.
New York. Manhattan Art.
Annandale-­?on-­?Hudson, New York. Bard College Museum. The Maximal Implications of the Minimal Line.
Oslo, Norway. Henie-­?Onstad Art Center. Borealis 2. Outdoor installations.

Amherst, Massachusetts. University Gallery, University of Massachusetts. Ten. Munich, Germany. Process und Konstruktion: 1985 in Munich.

1985-­?86 Roslyn Heights, New York. Nassau County Museum of Art. Selected Works from the Permanent Collection.

Malmo, Sweden. Sodra Forstadsgatan. Skouptur.

  1. 1986  Atlanta, Georgia. Grant Park. Outdoor installations.

    Cooperstown, New York. Gallery 53/Smithy Artworks. Architectural Elements in Contemporary Art.
    Bari, Italy. Galleria Bonomo.
    Pori, Finland. Pori Art Museum. Contacts/Contrasts.

    Albuquerque, New Mexico. Hoshour Gallery. Works.
    Atlanta, Georgia. The Mattress Factory Show. Outdoor installation. Lund, Sweden. Anders Tornberg Gallery. Pay Attention.

  2. 1987  Long Island City, New York. Socrates Sculpture Park. Walk On/Sit Down/ GoThrough. Outdoor installation.
    New York. Craig Corneliuos Gallery.

    New York. Attitude Art. Unmuzzled Ox Festival.
    New York. City Gallery Outside/In: Socrates Sculpture Park at Columbus Circle. New York. Hal Bromm Gallery. Non-­?objective.
    Wakayama, Japan. Museum of Modern Art. Second Biennial Exhibition ofPrints. New York. The Great Hall of Cooper Union. 10 for 10: Celebrating Printed

    Matter.

  3. 1988  New York. Mary Delahoyd Gallery. With Humanity.

    Rye, New York. The Rye Art Center. Mind Over Matter.
    Boston, Massachusetts. Genovese Graphics. Black in the Light.
    Los Angeles, California. Ace Contemporary Exhibitions. From New York.
    New York. Erpf Gallery. Private Works for Public Spaces.
    New York. Galerie Lelong. Gordon Matta-­?Clark and Friends.
    Madrid, Spain. Centro de Arte Reina Sofia. Coleccion Panza.
    New York. Elizabeth McDonald Gallery. The Material Image: Pure and Simple. New York, New York. World Trade Center.

  4. 1989  New York, New York. Lawrence Markey Gallery.
    Los Angeles, California. Ace Contemporary Exhibitions. Boston, Massachusetts. The Harcus Gallery. Artist's Furniture.

    Ann Arbor, Michigan. The University of Michigan Museum of Art. Grounded: Sculpture on the Floor.
    Knislinge, Sweden. Wanas Sculpture Park.
    Los Angeles, California. Museum of Contemporary Art. Permanent Collection.

  5. 1990  Lund, Sweden. Anders Tornberg Gallery. About Round Round About. Wayne, New Jersey. Ben Shahn Galleries. Hand Body House.

 
 

Venice, California. L.A.Louver. Sculptor's Drawings.
Knislinge, Sweden. Wanas Sculpture Park.
Belmont-­?sur-­?Lausanne, Switzerland. La Fondation Deutsch. L'Aventure de l'Abstraction de 1960 a 1990.
Paris, France. Musee d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris. Un choix d'Art Minimal dans la collection Panza.
Boston, Mass. Genovese Gallery Post Minimalism 1979-­?1990, An extended harvest.
New York, New York. Hal Bromm Gallery. Works from the Seventies.

Hamilton, Canada. Art Gallery of Hamilton. Learn to Read Art: Artists' Books. Lodz, Poland. Construction in Progress.
Grand Forks, North Dakota. North Dakota Museum of Art. Nature's

Materials.

  1. 1991  Vienna, Austria. Galerie Hubert Winter.

    Albuquerque, New Mexico. Graham Gallery. From the Collection of Laurie Vogel.

    Long Island City, New York. P.S.1 Museum, The Institute of Contemporary Art. Out of Site.
    Long Island City, New York. P.S.1 Museum, The Institute of Contemporary Art.

    Montecarlo, Monaco. IIIeme Biennale de Sculpture Montecarlo 1991. Niort, France. Sites Choisis.
    New York, New York. Mary Delahoyd Gallery. Of Performances and Installations during the 1970s.

  2. 1992  Vienna, Austria. Galerie Hubert Winter. LagerFeuer.
    Warsaw, Poland. Center for Contemporary Art, Ujazdowski Castle. Collection One.
    Birmingham, Michigan. Hill Gallery.
    Uddevalla,Sweden. Bohuslans Museum.Tegel -­? 92.
    Knokke-­?Houte, Belgium. Andre Simoens Gallery.
    Stockholm, Sweden. Vasaparken. Ute -­? Inne.
    Tokyo, Japan. Gallery 360 Degrees.

  3. 1993  Lund, Sweden. Anders Tornberg Gallery. Floor Show.
    New York, New York. Alphirst Gallery. Nine artists from 14 Harrison St.

    Brookville, New York. Hillwood Art Museum. Edward Albee's Other Eye. Knokke-­?Zoute, Belgium. Andre Simoens Gallery. Richard Nonas, Thomas Thiel.
    Paris (La Defense), France. Galerie Art 4 et Galerie de

    l'Esplanade. Differentes Natures, Visions de l'art contemporain.
    Lodz, Poland. Construction In Progress IV.
    Dijon, France. Le Consortium, centre d'art contemporain. Pieces au Sol. Lund, Sweden. Anders Tornberg Gallery. Floor Show.
    Krems, Austria. Kunst.Halle.Krems. Zur.Zeit Klangobjekt-­?Skulpturprojekt.

  4. 1994  New York, New York. Stark Gallery. Traction:John Beech, Paul Dickerson, Richard Nonas.

    Vienna, Austria. Galerie Hubert Winter. SKULPTUREN/GRAFIKEN Kosuth, Long, Morris,

 
 

Washington, D.C. The National Galllery of Art. From Minimal to Conceptual Nauman, Nonas, Weiner. Art: Works from The Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection.
Tokyo, Japan. Gallery 360°. Multiples 1992-­?1994.

Cardiff, Wales. Artists Project in association with Artists’ Museum Lodz. Site-­?ations.
Birmingham, Michigan. Hill Gallery. Drawing Painting.

  1. 1995  Vienna, Austria. Galerie Hubert Winter. Learn to Read Art.
    New York,New York. The New Museum. Temporarily Possessed: The Semi-­?

    Permanent Collection.
    Helsinki, Finland. Galerie Anhava. (W)HO(W) ARE YOU.
    Vienna, Austria. Galerie Hubert Winter. Richard Tuttle, Roni Horn, Richard Nonas, Gordon Matta-­?Clark.

  2. 1996  Vienna Austria. Lecture by nonas at Depot "Gordon Matta-­?Clark and the displacement of Nature; NYC 1970’s.
    Vienna Austria, Gordon Matta-­?Clark Displacement NYC 1970’s (Curated by Richard Nonas) Galerie Hubert Winter

    Stockholm, Sweden Pa? tro?skeln outdoor sculpture exhibition
    Spital am Pyhrn, Austria Metallsymposium 96 outdoor sculpture Montpellier France, Festival International Montpellier Danse. (collaboration with Steve Paxton)
    Bora?s Sweden, Carl von... Bora?s Konstmuseum (outdoor sculpture) Umea Sweden, Umedalen Skulptur 96 Galleri Stefan Andersson (outdoor sculpture)
    Krems Austria, Dominikanerkirche Jahrtausendwende Korrekturen Mexico City, Mexico. Luis Barragan: Sitio+Superficie. Su obra y la vanguardia en la arte. Antiguo Solegio de San Ildefonso
    Guadalajara Mexico. Luis Barragan: La luz y la linea. Museo Regional de Guadalajara.
    NYC, NY. The Clocktower. Tinsel Tower

  3. 1997  Linz, Austria . Landesmuseum schwere-­?los skulpturen Budapest, Hungary .Ludwig Museum Budapest/Museum fu?r Zeitgeno?ssische Kunst. Schwere-­?los
    Berlin, Germany. Kunst im Kontorhaus Mitte.

    Paris, France. Bibliothe?que national de France, Galerie Mansart. Liveres d’ Artistes. L’ Invention d’ un Genre 1960-­?1980.
    Umea, Sweden. Galleri Stefan Andersson Umedalen Skulptur 97
    Paris, France. Bibliothe?que national de France. Livres d’artistes. L’invention d’un genre.

  4. 1998  Umea, Sweden. Bild Museet [UME.SE]
    Girona, Spain. El Museu d’Art de Gerona Una Col.leccio? Particular. Fragments de 1971 a 1996.

  1. 1998  Vienna, Austria. Palais Liechtenstein Sarajevo 2000.
    Sarajevo, Bosnia. Temporary Museum of Contemporary Art Sarajevo 2000

  2. 1999  Vienna, Austria. Galerie Hubert Winter Heimatweh-­?fernlust

  3. 2000  Richmond Va. The Anderson gallery. From Idea to Matter

    Bilbao Spain. The Guggenheim Museum. Percepciones en Transformacio?n La Coleccio?n Panza del Museo Guggenheim.
    Hubert Winter Gallery, Vienna Austria
    Landesmuseum Westfalen-­?Lippe, Germany

 
 
  1. 2001  Galerie Hubert Winter, Vienna Austria Rolling Stones adored with Starlight Marzona Villa Manin, una collezione d'arte. Codroipo (udine), Italy

  2. 2002  Galerie Hubert Winter, Vienna Austria

  3. 2003  Galerie Hubert Winter, Vienna Austria

    Valencia Bianalle, Valencia Spain

    Rati Foundation Como, Italy

  4. 2004  Galerie Hubert Winter, Vienna Austria

    Museum of Modern art St. Etienne, France (Drawings) Hill Gallery, Bermingham, Mich.

  5. 2005  Galerie Hubert Winter, Vienna Austria
    Museum of Modern art St. Etienne, France, Domicile Prive/Public

    The Giving Person, Palazzo delle Arti, Naples Italy

    Tate Modern Museum, London England, Open Systems; rethinking art c1970

  6. 2006  Moment by Moment: Meditations of the Hand, North Dakota Museum of Art,

    Grand Forks, ND
    Black and White, Hal Bromm Gallery, NYC
    Some Sculpture: Albee's Choice, Longhouse Reserve, East Hampton NY

  7. 2007  One. In memoriam Sol Lewitt, Bjorn Ressle Gallery NYC Belgrad, Serbia 48th Oct. Salon Micro-­?Narritives

2013 Bologna Arte Fiera with P420 Gallery, Bologna, Italy ( Jan 25th-­?28th)
MaMCo, Museum of Contemporary Art, Geneva, Switzerland ( Vernissage Fab. 19th, at 18h) Villa Flor, Schwiez, Switzerland ( Feb. 16th – March 31th)
Yale University Art Gallery, New Heaven, CT ( Februrary)
The Armory Show ( March 7th – 10th with Hill Galery, Birmingham, Pier 92)
The Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection : Fifty Works for Fifty States, Seattle Art Museum,

Seattle, Washington ( March 16th-­? June 30th)
Frieze NY, with James Fuentes Gallery, New York ( May)

RECENT LARGE SCALE PERMANENT PUBLIC PROJECTS:

 

1994 1995

1996 1997

2000 2003

Stockholm, Sweden. Subway station Skarpnack.

Dunkerque, France. Urban axis consisting of pedestrian street, park and mall Rue de la Marine and redesigned landscape park Parc de la Marine.

Chaumont sur Loire, France. Festival International des Jardins. Real Snakes in Imaginary Gardens -­?-­?(two garden projects)

Grenoble France. Muse?e de Grenoble. Outdoor steel sculpture.
Stockholm Sweden, public plaza (with Gunilla Bandolin and MonikaGora) Bora?s Sweden. (Circle of 12 granite chairs on large central plaza.)
Detroit Michigan. Detroit Museum of Art. Outdoor sculpture: 4 granite chairs. Linz, Austria. oo? Landesmuseum Francisco Carolinum. (Permanent outdoor sculpture.)
Knislinger, Sweden. Wana?s Sculpture park . (Permanent instillation)

LaColonne Termine?e 3.)
Grenoble, France. Muse?e de Grenoble. Parc de sculptures
Moondsee, Austria (Large permanent stone sculpture overlooking lake) Emory University Atlanta Ga. (chair/place instillation)
Permanent outdoor sculpture, Rati Foundation Como, Italy


 
 
 
2005
2008
2009

Mondsee, Austria
Bosolasco, Italy
Art Omi, Hudson NY
Dartmouth College , Hanover, NH