Richard Kalina, American (1946 - )
Born: New York City, 1946
Resides and works in New York City
1966 University of Pennsylvania, B.A.
2006 New York, Lennon, Weinberg, Inc. New paintings and watercolors, October 21 – November 27.
2003 New York, Lennon, Weinberg, Inc. Richard Kalina: New Works, November 7 – December 20.
2001 New York, Lennon, Weinberg, Inc. Richard Kalina: New Paintings and Selected Drawings 1990-
2001, March 22 – April 21.
1998 New York, Lennon, Weinberg, Inc. Richard Kalina, September 10 – October 10.
1995 New York, Lennon, Weinberg, Inc. Richard Kalina: New Paintings, November 16 – December
1993 New York, Lennon, Weinberg, Inc. Richard Kalina: New Paintings, September 30 – November 6.
1992 New York, Diane Brown Gallery.
New York, Ledis Flam Gallery.
1989 New York, Elizabeth McDonald Gallery.
1988 New York, Elizabeth McDonald Gallery.
1987 New York, Piezo Electric Gallery.
1986 Los Angeles, Piezo Electric Gallery.
New York, Piezo Electric Gallery. Richard Kalina, May 8 – June 1 (catalogue).
1984 New York, Tibor de Nagy Gallery.
1982 New York, Tibor de Nagy Gallery.
1980 New York, Tibor de Nagy Gallery.
1979 New York, Tibor de Nagy Gallery.
1970 Los Angeles, Jack Glenn Gallery.
New York, O.K. Harris Gallery.
2008 New York, Lennon, Weinberg, Inc., Flow Chart, July 8- August 15.
New York, Grey Art Gallery, New York University, New York Cool: Painting and Sculpture from
the NYU Art Collection, April 22 – July 19.
2007-2008 New York, Lennon, Weinberg, Inc. paper, December 15, 2007 – January 26, 2008.
2006 Westport, Connecticut, Amy Simon Fine Art, the spirit of color!!, December 1 – January 13.
New York, Lennon, Weinberg, Inc. Wallpaper LAB, September 7 – October 14.
East Hampton, Guild Hall. Guild Hall Collects. June 17 – July 30.
2005 New York, Axel Raben Gallery. Seriality, Curated by Stephanie Theodore and MatCh-Art, April
28 – June 11.
New York, Lennon, Weinberg, Inc. Group Exhibition: Gallery Artists, June 24 – August 12.
Plattsburgh, New York, Plattsburgh State Art Museum, State University of New York,
Plattsburgh. Gifts, Acquisitions, Loans & Special Installations, June 11 – September 18.
2004 New York, The Rubin Museum of Art. The Flag Project, October.
New York, Lennon, Weinberg, Inc. Toys in the Attic, Curated by Stephanie Theodore, June 18 –
Albuquerque, New Mexico, University of New Mexico Art Museum. Gifts from the Vernon Nikkel
Collection, June 8 – August 22.
2003 Gainsville, Florida, the University Galleries, University of Florida. Thinking in Line: A Survey of
Contemporary Drawing, November 4, 2003 – January 10, 2004.
New York, Fordham University. Open House: Faculty Exhibition, November 1 – 31.
New York, Lennon, Weinberg, Inc. Gallery Group Show, September.
Jackson, Mississippi, Mississippi Museum of Art. Art a Century Apart: 1903 – 2003, February 22
– May 4.
Little Rock, Arkansas Museum of Art. Post Minimalist Drawings from the Permanent Collection,
November 15, 2002 – February 2, 2003.
2002 New York, The Work Space @ Dolgenos, Newman & Cronin. Kismet, July 18 – September 14.
Little Rock, Arkansas, Arkansas Arts Center. Contemporary Minimalist Drawings, January 11 –
New York, Lennon, Weinberg, Inc. New Year New York New Work, January 19 – February 16.
2001 New York, The Center Gallery, Fordham University. Faculty Show, December.
2000 Hartford, Connecticut, Wadsworth Atheneum. Selections from the Permanent Collection, January.
New York, New York Studio School. Painting Abstraction, March 2 – April 8.
Baltimore, Maryland, Contemporary Museum. Snapshot, November 2, 2000 – January 14, 2001.
2000 Durham, New Hampshire, University of New Hampshire Art Gallery. Together/Working,
September 2 – October 10. Traveled to Hempstead, New York, Emily Lowe Gallery, Hofstra
University, February 1 – March 12, 2000; Colorado Springs, Gallery of Contemporary Art,
University of Colorado, October 20, 2000 – December 1, 2000.
Katonah, New York, Katonah Museum of Art. WILDflowers, July 18 – October 3.
New York, Lennon, Weinberg, Inc. Painting and Sculpture, Color and Form, September.
1998 New York, The Plaza Gallery, Fordham University. Faculty Show, October – November.
New York, Lennon, Weinberg, Inc. Small Paintings, January 9-31.
1996 New York, The Century Association. Four Collectors, September 25 – November 7.
East Hampton, New York, Guild Hall. Benefit Exhibition, August.
1995 Tampa, Florida, Contemporary Art Museum, University of South Florida. Re-Fab- Painting
Abstracted, Fabricated and Revised, November – December. Traveled to Miami, Florida,
Wolfson Galleries, Miami-Dade Community College, November 6 – December 20, 1996;
Burlington, Vermont, Robert Hull Fleming Museum, University of Vermont, January 21 –
April 20, 1997.
San Antonio, Texas, McNay Art Museum. Collectors Gallery XXIX, October 25 – November 19.
New York, Stark Gallery. Color: Sign, System, Sensibility, June 6 – July 21.
New York, Lennon, Weinberg, Inc. Group Exhibition, September 5-30.
1994 New York, Pfizer Inc., and Fairfield, Connecticut, General Electric. AD$VANCES, Organized by
Art Advisory Service, The Museum of Modern Art, Winter-Summer.
Turin, Italy, In Arco. Just a Story from America, March 1 – April 16.
New York, Lennon, Weinberg, Inc. Gallery Artists, January 8-29.
Horodner Romney. The Print Shop.
New York, White Columns. Benefit Exhibition, January.
1993 New York, Fawbush Gallery. BOMB Magazine Benefit Ehibition, December.
New York, Lennon, Weinberg, Inc. Works on Paper by Gallery Artists, July.
Paris, 40 Rue de Rochechouart. Jours Tranquilles a Clichy, Curated by Alain Kirili, June 6-30.
Traveled to New York Tennisport Arts, September 12 – October 3.
East Hampton, New York, Guild Hall. A Selection of New Acquisitions, Summer.
New York, Lennon, Weinberg, Inc. Collage and Assemblage. February 20 – March 27.
Washington, DC, Addison/Ripley Fine Art. New Editions from Dumbarton Press: Richard Kalina,
Jane Kent, Peter Stevens, February 11 – March 6.
New York, Stark Gallery. Painting as Paradigm, January 5-30.
1992 Prato, Italy, Sergio Tosso Arte Contemporanea. Sailing to Byzantium with Disenchantment,
Curated by Eho Cappuccio, December 22 – February 28, 1993.
New York, Diane Brown Gallery. Paper.
Holland, MI, DePree Art Center, Hope College. Dark Décor, Organized by Independent Curators,
Inc., January 10 – March 6. Traveled to: San Jose, CA, San Jose Museum of Art, July 12 –
October 11; Belleair, FL, Florida Gulf Coast Art Center, December 1, 1992 – January 7, 1993;
Lincroft, NJ, The Monmouth Museum, July 7 – August 15; Calgary, Alberta, Canada, The
Illingworth Kerr Gallery, Alberta College of Art, September 9-30.
New York, Stark Gallery. Benefit Exhibition.
New York, Lennon, Weinberg, Inc. Summer Shares, June 4 – July 31.
New York, Pamela Auchincloss. Contemporary Surfaces.
New York, Max Protech. A New American Flag, October – November.
1991 New York, Sidney Janis Gallery. Conceptual Abstraction, Novemer 7 – December 21 (catalogue).
New York, Pamela Auchincloss. Drawings.
Bennington, VT, Usdan Gallery, Bennington College. Hybrid Abstract, Curated by Joshua Decter.
New York, Trenkmann Gallery. Just Painting, Curated by Saul Ostrow.
New York, John Good Gallery. Synthesis.
Atlanta, GA, Fay Gold Gallery. Outside America: Going Into the 90s, Curated by Collins &
1990 New York, Shea & Becker Gallery. Summer Group Show.
New York, Scott Hanson Gallery. Token Gestures, Curated by Collins & Milazzo.
1989 Cologne, Germany, Galerie Rahmel. Painting Between the Sacred and the Profane, Curated by
Louisville, Kentucky, J.B. Speed Art Museum. Neo-Geo/ New Abstraction.
New York, Shea & Beker Gallery. Diagrams and Surrogates, Curated by Saul Ostrow (catalogue).
1988 New York, Elizabeth McDonald Gallery. Not Nature, Curated by Marjorie Welish, December 15 –
January 28, 1989.
New York, John Davis Gallery. Group Exhibition.
New York, John Good Gallery. Numerators, Curated by Raphael Rubinstein.
New York, Leubsdorf Art Gallery, Hunter College. A Debate on Abstraction: Systems and
New York, White Columns. White Columns Benefit Exhibition.
New York, Tower Gallery. Black and White Show.
New York, Jacob Javits Center. Four Corners of Abstract Paintings, Curated by Bill Arning.
1987 New York, Elizabeth McDonald Gallery. Abstracted Image.
New York, Elizabeth McDonald Gallery. Inaugural Exhibition.
New York, Barbara Mathes Gallery. The Disquiet Landscape.
New York, R.C. Erpf Gallery. Finer Distinctions, Curated by Joseph Masheck.
Fairfield, CT, General Electric Headquarters. Black and White, Organized by The Museum of
Modern Art, Art Advisory Committee.
Miami, FL, Bass Museum of Art. Large Drawings, Organized by Indepenent Curators, Inc.
Traveled to Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, Winnipeg Art Gallery; Anchorage, AK, Anchorage
Historical and Fine Arts Museum; Santa Barbara, CA, Santa Barbara Museum of Art;
Madison, WI, Madison Art Center (catalogue).
New Orleans, LA, Contemporary Arts Center. Landscape, Seascape, Cityscape, 1960-1985.
1984 Monmouth, NJ, Monmouth Museum. The Spirit of the Coast.
Plainfield, NJ, Tweed Gallery. The Elements.
New York, Tibor de Nagy Gallery.
Ridgefield, CT, Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art. Intermedia.
New York, Bernice Steinbaum Gallery. 1+1 = 2. Traveled to Boca Raton, FL, Boca Raton
Museum; Coral Gables, FL, Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami; Irvine, CA, Fine Art
Gallery, University of California at Irvine; Cincinnati, OH, Contemporary Arts Center; East
Hampton, NY, Guild Hall Museum (catalogue).
1983 Yonkers, NY, The Hudson River Museum of Westchester. Ornamentalism. Traveled to Austin,
TX, Archer M. Huntington Art Gallery, University of Texas at Austin.
Fairfield, CT, General Electric Corporate Art Collection. On the Leading Edge B Cross Currents
in Contemporary Art of the Eighties.
New York, Haber-Theodore Gallery. Paperworks.
Greensboro, North Carolina, Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina at
Greensboro. Art on Paper.
Kalamazoo, MI, Kalamazoo Institute of Art. New Image/ Pattern and Decoration from the Morton
J. G. Neumann Family Collection. Traveled to Madison, WI, Madison Art Center; Chicagol,
IL, University of Chicago; Flint, MI, Flint Institute of Art; Little Rock, AK, Arkansas Art
Center; Rochester, NY, Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester.
Orlando, FL, Lockhaven Art Center. Patttern and Decorative Paintings from the Roth Collection;
Jacksonville, FL, Jacksonville Art Museum.
Gallery Association of New York State (organizer). Twentieth Century American Watercolor.
1982 New York, Ericson Gallery. Animal Life, Organized by Statewide Arts Service of the Ohio
Foundation for the Arts.
New York, Sidney Janis Gallery. New Directions, Curated by Sam Hunter. Traveled to Fort
Lauderdale, FL, Museum of Art; Oklahoma City, OK, Oklahoma Museum of Art; Santa
Barbara, CA, Santa Barbara Museum of Art; Grand Rapids, MI, Grand Rapids Art Museum;
Madison, WI, Madison Art Museum (catalogue).
Washington, DC, McIntosh/Drysdale Gallery. The Decorative Image.
Ridgefield, CT, Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art. Sculptural Forms.
1980 Houston, Texas, Sewall Art Gallery, Rice University. Art from Houston Corporations.
Bloomington, IL, Illinois Wesleyan University.
1979 Buffalo, NY, Albright-Knox Art Gallery.
1978 New York, Holly Solomon Gallery. Gold Silver.
Greensboro, North Carolina, Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina at
Greensboro. Art on Paper 1978.
New York, Nobe Gallery. Black and White on Paper.
Houston, Texas, Sewall Art Gallery, Rice University.
New York, Gladstone/Villani.
New Brunswick, NJ, Rutgers University.
1977 Long Island City, NY, Institute for Contemporary Art, P.S. 1.
New York, The Museum of Modern Art.
Miami, FL, Museum of the American Foundation for the Arts.
1975 Brasilia, Brazil, Casa Thomas Jefferson.
Palm Beach, FL, Norton Gallery of Art.
Bethlehem, PA, Lehigh University.
1974 Indianapolis, IN, Indianapolis Museum of Art.
Minneapolis, MN, Walker Art Center.
1972 New York, New York University.
1971 New York, O.K. Harris Gallery.
Birmingham, AL, Birmingham Museum.
Newport, California, Newport City Hall.
Los Angeles, Jack Glenn Gallery.
Indianapolis, IN, Indianapolis Museum of Art
1970 Toronto, Canada, Morris Gallery
Newark, NJ, Newark College of Engineering.
Washington, DC, Lunn Gallery.
Boston, MA, Institute of Contemporary Art.
Dayton, OH, Dayton Art Institute.
Buffalo, NY, Albright-Knox Art Gallery.
New York, O.K. Harris Gallery.
Los Angeles, Jack Glenn Glalery.
Ridgefield, CT, Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art
1969 New York, O.K. Harris Gallery.
Plattsburg, New York, State University of New York
Flint, MI, Flint Institute.
New York, Leo Castelli Gallery.