Iowa City, IA USA b. 1973

 

Education

 

1996 — BFA, University of Manitoba

1999 — MFA, Columbia University, New York

 

Selected Solo Exhibitions

 

2021 — 303 Gallery, New York, NY

2018 — 303 Gallery, New York, NY

2016 — Oil Paintings, Monte Clark Gallery, Vancouver BC

2015 — Nocturnes, Monte Clark Gallery, Vancouver BC

2015 — Lantern Gallery, Winnipeg MB

2014 — Grice Bench, Los Angeles CA

2013 — Monte Clark Gallery, Vancouver BC

2010 — Stuart Shave/Modern Art, London, United Kingdom

2009 — Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver BC

2009 — 303 Gallery, New York NY

2007 — The National Gallery, London, United Kingdom

2006 — Stuart Shave/Modern Art, London, United Kingdom

2005 — 303 Gallery, New York NY

2005 — Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art, Indianapolis, IN

2003 — Modern Art, London, United Kingdom

2003 — 303 Gallery, New York NY

2001 — Donna Beam Fine Art Gallery, University of Nevada, Las Vegas NV

2001 — 303 Gallery, New York NY

2001 — Galleria Il Capricorno, Venice Italy

2000 — 303 Gallery, New York NY

1997 — Recent Work, Plug-In Contemporary Art, Winnipeg MB

1996 — Off/Ice Gallery, University of Manitoba

 

Group Exhibitions

 

2021 — Psychic Wounds: On Art and Trauma, The Warehouse, Dallas, TX

2020 — 303 Gallery: Alien Landscapes

 

2019 — 303 Gallery: 35 Years

2017 — Eternal Youth, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Chicago IL

2014 — Contemporary Drawings from the National Gallery of Canada, Mendel Art Gallery SK

2014 — TOWER, Monte Clark Gallery, Vancouver BC

2014 — Shit and Die, Palazzo Cavour, Turin Italy

2013 — Dear Portrait, MOSTYN, Wales

2012 — Spectral Landscape, curated by David Liss and Josee Drouin-Brisbois, The Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, Toronto ON

2010 — It Is What it Is: Recent Acquisitions of New Canadian Art, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa ON

2009 — Conflicting Tales: Subjectivity (Quadrilogy, Part 1), Burger Collection, Berlin, Germany

2008 — Attention to Detail, Flag Art Foundation, New York NY

2008 — Ambivalent figuration; people, Samson Projects, Boston MA

2007 — Salon Nouveau, Engholm Engelhorn Galerie, Vienna, Austria

2007 — All the More Real: Portrayals of Intimacy and Empathy, The Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, New York NY

2007 — XXS, Sommer Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel

2006 — New Work: Tim Gardner, Marcelino Goncalves, Zak Smith, SF MoMA, San Francisco CA

2005 — Will Boys Be Boys? Questioning Masculinity in Contemporary Art, curated by Shamim Momin, The Salina Art Center, Salina Kansas; Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver; Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Ithaca NY; Indianapolis Museum of Art IN Cars and Ketchup: Photorealist Images of the American Landscape, Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Ithaca NY

2004 — She’s come undone, Artemis Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, New York NY

2004 — Gio Ponti: Furnished Settings and Figuration, curated by Peter Loughrey and Chip Tom, ACME, Los Angeles CA

2003 — Crosscurrents at Century’s End: Selections from Neuberger Berman Art Collection, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle WA; Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach FL.; Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa FL.; Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago IL

2002 — Painting On The Move, curated by Peter Pakesch, Kunsthalle Basel, Basel, Switzerland

2002 — Here is There 2”, Secession, Vienna, Austria

2002 — Some Options in Realism, Carpenter Center, Harvard University, Cambridge MA

2002 — Art + Mountains: conquistadors of the useless, The Alpine Club, London UK

2001 — Best of the Season, The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield CT

2001 — Waterworks: U.S.Akvarell 2001, The Nordic Watercolor Museum, Skärhamn, Sweden

2001 — Brooklyn! Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art, Lake Worth FL

2001 — Works on Paper From Acconci to Zittel, Victoria Miro Gallery, London UK

2001 — The way I see it, Galerie Jennifer Flay, Paris FR

2000 — Plots and Intentions: An Idiosyncratic Look at the Narrative, Berrie Center, Ramapo College of New Jersey, Mahwah NJ

2000 — Drawings 2000, Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York NY

2000 — Greater New York, P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City NY

2000 — Corvi-Mora, London UK

1999 — No Place Rather than Here, 303 Gallery, New York NY

1998 — The Sound of One Hand: the Collection of Collier Schorr, Apex Art C.P., New York NY

1998 — George Rush at the LeRoy Neiman Gallery, Columbia University, New York NY

1996 — F.I.T.E. Gallery, Winnipeg MB

 

Bibliography

 

2015 — Laurence, Robin. “Carrie Walker and Tim Gardner Examine the Natural World” Georgia Straight, March 18

2013 — Henderson, Lee, “Landscape of the Inner Self: The Art of Tim Gardner” Border Crossings Magazine, May

2013 — Laurence, Robin, “Tim Gardner Rewilds the Watercolour” Canadian Art Magazine, Winter

2012 — Becker, Noah. “Tim Gardner: Studio Lives” Canadian Art Magazine, Spring

2011 — Gardner, Tim, “Time Gardner Interviews Florian Maier-Aichen” Art in America, May 11

2010 — “An Olympic Moment” The Globe and Mail, February 5

2010 — Colman, David “ Tim Gardner” Elle Décor, July/August

2009 — Mendelsohn, Meredith, “Keeping it Real” Art+Auction, December 2

2007 — Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, “A Life More Ordinary” The Times (London), January 9

2007 — Glover, Michael, “Postcards from the Motherland” The Independent, January 23

2007 — Ward, Ossian, “Private View: Tim Gardner” Time Out London, January 17-24, p35

2007 — Weidner, Johanna, “Top Gallery in London is Latest Stop” The Record (Winnipeg), March 31

2007 — “Young Canadian Scores Solo Show at U.K.’s National Gallery” CBC Arts, January 18

2007 — Nestruck, J. Kelly, “Up-and-Coming Canadian Artist Gets Solo Show at London’s National Gallery”, Canada.com, January 26

2007 — Guner, Fisun, “Canadian with a Light Touch” thisislondon.co.uk, January 18

2007 — “National Gallery Presents Tim Gardner” artdaily.org, January

2007 — “National Gallery, London Presents Tim Gardner” HULIQ.com, January 15

2007 — Wilkinson, Judith, “Canadian Club: Canadian Artists take London” C Magazine, No. 93, Spring

2007 — “Art Review” Metro UK, January 18, p. 25

2007 — Renzetti, Elizabeth, “Old Masters, Hosers and KFC” ca-yahoo.com, February 21

2006 — Bollen, Chrostopher, “Arty Party” VMan, Fall/Winter, p. 107

2005 — “Goings on About Town” The New Yorker, May 2, p. 26

2005 — Fischl, Eric, “Eleven Artists from Everywhere” The Believer, December / January pp. 21-30

2003 — Trainor, James, “Winnipeg on the Hudson” Border Crossings, vol.22, num.3, issue 87, p.36-47

2003 — Kino, Carol, “Tim Gardner at 303” review, Art in America, June, No.6, p.125-126

2003 — Drolet, Owen, review, FlashArt, March-April, Vol.XXXVI, p.111-112

2003 — Patel, Alpesh, review, www.newmuseum.org, February

2002 — The New York Sun, January 16th,p.14

2002 — Jones, Sarah, “Focus Painting: Part II” Flash Art, Nov. – Dec., Vol.XXXV, p.83

2002 — Preview, tema celeste, May/June, No. 91, p. 123

2002 — Hirsch, Faye, “working proof” Art on Paper, July

2002 — Gardner, Tim, IN, Vol. 1, Is. 1, p. 1-5

2002 — Preview, Las Vegas Life, September, Vol. 4, No. 12, Las Vegas, NV

2002 — McGee, Kimberly, “Details, Details” Las Vegas Sun, Las Vegas, NV, October 25, p.1E

2002 — White, Ken, “Still Life” Las Vegas Review-Journal, Las Vegas, NV, October 5, p, 49

2002 — Christian, Claire, “Boys will be boys” Las Vegas City Life, NV, October

2002 — “Tim Gardner”, Harper’s, October, Vol. 303, No. 1817, p.19

2002 — Douglas, Sarah, review, “303 Gallery” Flash Art, July-September, p119-120

2002 — Richard, Frances, review, www.artforum.com , May

2002 — V Magazine, No. 11, May-June, p. 40

2002 — “On View” New York, May 14, Vol. 34, Is. 19, p. 95

2002 — Visionaire, Man, Spring, No. 35

2002 — Griffin, Tim, “Boys II men” Time Out, New York, May 3-10, Issue 293, p. 68

2002 — Levin, “Voice Choices: Tim Gardner” The Village Voice, May 8, p. 78

2002 — Gell, Aaron, “Critical Eye: Art” review, W Magazine, April 2001, p.126

2002 — Aletti, Vince, review, Artforum, Vol. XXXIX, No. 4, December, p. 130

2002 — Ho, Christopher K., “Medium as Genre: Tim Gardner at 303 Gallery” zing magazine, New York, NY, Vol. 12, p. 236

2002 — “Cultivating Your Own Gardner” Border Crossings, Vol. 19, No. 4, p. 8-9

2002 — Udovitch, Mim, “Hot List” Rolling Stone, September 14, p. 10

2002 — Katz, Vincent, review, Art in America, September, p. 151-153

2002 — Reproduction, Harper’s Magazine, September, p. 16

2002 — Frame, Allen, editor’s choice, Bomb, Spring, no. 71, p.18

2002 — Richard, Frances, Artforum, March, p.131

2002 — Klein, Lee, review, M, March, p. 13-14

2002 — Saltz, Jerry, “Look Homeward” Village Voice, February 2, p. 72

2002 — “About Town”, New Yorker, January 24

2001 — Shapiro, David, review, New York Arts, International Edition, Vol. 5, No. 2, p. 136-138

2001 — Schjeldahl, Peter, “Pragmatic Hedonism” The New Yorker, April 3, p. 95

2000 — “Oughta Be Famous” Western Living, September, p. 12

1999 — Higgie, Jennifer, “Natural Selection” Frieze, issue 49, Nov-Dec, pp. 76-77

1999 — Mahoney, Robert, “No Place Rather Than Here”, Time Out, New York, Issue 188, April 29

 

Books and catalogues

 

2010 — Shaughnessy, Jonathan. “ Tim Gardner” C’est Ce Que C’est: Acquisitions recentes d’art actuel Canadien, Ottawa

2008 — Attention to Detail, exhibition catalogue, The Flag Art Foundation, New York

2007 — Tim Gardner: New Works, The National Gallery, London UK

2007 — “All the More Real: Portrayals of Intimacy and Empathy” exhibition catalogue, The Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, New York NY

2006 — The Portrait Now, The National Portrait Gallery, London UK

2005 — Tim Gardner, Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art

2003 — Crosscurrents at Century’s End: Selections from the Neuberger Berman Art

2003 — Collection, Neuberger Berman, New York NY

2003 — Cream 3, Phaidon Press, Inc., New York, p. 156-159

2002 — Vitamin P, Phaidon Press, London, p. 116-9

2000 — “Waterworks: U.S.Akvarell 2001” (exh.cat), text by Berndt Arell and Kim Levin, The Nordic Watercolor Museum, Skärhamn, Sweden, p 77-103

 

Collections

 

Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, Victoria BC

Burger Collection, Berlin

Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas TX USA

Montclair Art Museum, Montclair NJ USA

Museum of Modern Art, New York USA

National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa ON Canada

Neuberger Berman Collection, New York NY

SFMoMA, San Francisco CA

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York NY

Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver BC

Whitney Museum, New York NY