Alan Turner

American (1943)

About the artist:

BORN: Bronx, New York, 1943 Resides and works in New York City EDUCATION 1965 B.A., The City College of the City University of New York 1967 M.A., University of California, Berkeley SOLO EXHIBITIONS 1971 Cologne, Germany, Galerie Neuendorf 1974 Cincinnati, Ohio, Carl Solway Gallery 1975 New York, Carl Solway Gallery 1976 San Diego, Mandeville Art Gallery, University of California 1977 Ohio, University of Cincinnati New York, Carl Solway Gallery 1979 New York, Edward Thorp Gallery 1980 Charleston, South Carolina, Gibbs Art Gallery New York, Edward Thorp Gallery 1982 New York, Brooke Alexander Gallery, The Marked Woods and Other Paintings London, England, 12 Duke Street Gallery, Alan Turner: New York Pastoral 1983 Miami, Florida, Carol Getz Gallery, Alan Turner: New Paintings, Drawings and objects New York, Brooke Alexander Gallery, Etchings, Linoleum Cuts and Lithographs, 1978-1984 1987 New York, Jason McCoy Gallery, Alan Turner: Recent Paintings 1988 Syracuse, New York, Everson Museum of Art, Special Projects III: Alan Turner New York, Koury Wingate Gallery 1989 Elkins Park, Pennsylvania, Tyler Gallery, Temple University 1990 New York, Koury Wingate Gallery 1991 New York, Ealan Wingate Gallery 1995 Columbus, Ohio, Allez Les Filles Gallery 1996 New York, Lennon, Weinberg, Inc. 2000 New York, Lennon, Weinberg, Inc. 2003 New York, Lennon, Weinberg, Inc. 2006 New York, Bronx River Art Center 2006 New York, The Hebrew Home for the Aged at Riverdale 2009 New York, The Graduate Center, CUNY Exhibition Hallway, ITINERIES, works 1979 – 2009, by Alan Turner 2014 New York NY, Alan Turner Studio, Open Studio Exhibition: Organized by Ealan Wingate and Susan Lorence 2014 Roma, Italy, La Vetrina 2015 New York, NY, Mitchell Algus Gallery 2015 New York, NY, Mitchell Algus Gallery, Holiday Exhibition 2015 Roma, Italy, La Vetrina, "Per Les Animales" GROUP EXHIBITIONS 1971 Bremen, Germany, Galerie de Gestlo Hamburg, Germany, Galerie Neuendorf 1973 Recklinghausen, Germany, Mit Kamera,Pinsel und Spritzpistole (Realistiche Kunst in Unserer Zeit), Stadtische Kunsthalle 1974 Chicago, Illinois, John Doyle Gallery Cincinnati, Ohio, Contemporary Arts Center 1975 New York, Whitney Museum of American Art, 1975 Whitney Biennial Exhibition 1976 New York, 55 Mercer Street Gallery New York, Willard Gallery 1977 New York, Eugenia Cucalon Gallery Basel, Switzerland, Basel Art Fair San Francisco, California, San Francisco Art Institute, Annual 1978 Miami, Florida, Museum of the American Federation for the Arts, Storytelling in Art New York, Nobe Gallery New York, American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, Invitational Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture 1979 New York, Edward Thorp Gallery Minneapolis, Minnesota, Minneapolis Institute of Art 1980 Charleston, South Carolina, Spoleto Festival, U.S.A. The Gibbs Art Gallery Boulder, Colorado, University of Colorado Denver, Colorado, Sebastian Moore Gallery Aspen, Colorado, Aspen Art Center, Private Papers New York, New York, Edward Thorp Gallery 1981 London, England, 12 Duke Street Gallery, Contemporary Paintings, Drawings and Sculptures, with Edward Finnegan, Michael Hurson, Robert Moskowitz and Graham Snow Iowa City, Museum of Art, University of Iowa, Member's Purchase Exhibition Chicago, Illinois, Dart Gallery New York, New York, Brooke Alexander Gallery, Paintings Springfield, Massachusetts, Museum of Fine Arts, Landscapes in Recent Painting 1983 St. Louis, Missouri, Signet Arts, Four New York Painters: Richard Bosman, Martha Diamond, Ken Goodman and Alan Turner Boston, Massachusetts, Thomas Segal Gallery, Alternative Approaches to the Landscape 1984 Brooklyn, New York, The Brooklyn Museum, The American Artist as Printmaker, 23rd National Print Exhibition New York, Holly Solomon Gallery, The Innovative Landscape Manitowoc, Wisconsin, Rahr-West Museum and Chicago, Illinois, Frumkin and Struve Gallery. A New Look at American Landscape Yonkers, New York, The Hudson River Museum, and Tucson, Arizona, Tucson Museum of Art, New Vistas: Contemporary American Landscapes 1985 Sag Harbor, New York, Parasol Gallery, Art by the Yard New York, Jason McCoy Gallery, Works on Paper, Michael Hurson, Gregoire Muller, Alan Turner 1986 New York, Cable Gallery Cable, Installation organized by Robert Gober, with Robert Gober, Nancy Shaver, Meg Webster, Alan Turner New Orleans, Louisiana, Contemporary Arts Center, and New York Academy of Art, Landscape, Seascape, Cityscape Sag Harbor, New York, Parasol Gallery, About Face New York, Exit Art, Exit Art/The Gallery Show, selection of Jeffrey Hoffeld 1988 New York, Lorence-Monk Gallery, Life Like Greensboro, North Carolina, Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina, Art on Paper 1988 1989 Boston, Massachusetts, Institute of Contemporary Art, Currents Los Angeles, California, Daniel Weinberg Gallery, A Decade of American Drawing 1980-1990 1990 New York, American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, Invitational Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture Buffalo, New York, Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center, Insect Politics Chicago, Illinois, Chicago Art Fair Santa Monica, California, Linda Cathcart Gallery, Black and White: Works on Paper New York, Editions Ilene Kurtz, New Editions New York, Koury-Wingate Gallery, Small Works Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, The Print Club, Alternative Situations for Contemporary Printmaking, The 65th Annual Competition of objects 1991 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Carnegie Mellon Art Gallery, New Generations: New York 1992 New York, Tony Shafrazi Gallery, How It Is New York, Leo Castelli Gallery, 30th Anniversary Exhibition of Drawings, to benefit the Foundation for Contemporary Performance Arts New York, The Drawing Center, Return of the Cadavre Exquis Venice, Italy, Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Drawing the Line Against AIDS, Art Against AIDS Venezia 45th Venice Biennale 1994 New York, Barney's, Red Windows, Benefit exhibition for the Children's Storefront and Little Red Schoolhouse/Elisabeth Irwin High School New York, New York, Who Chooses Who, selection by Klaus Kertess, Benefit Exhibition for the New Museum New York, Lennon, Weinberg, Inc., Paintings: Robert Bordo, Carl Palazzolo, Tony Scherman, Peter Schmersal and Alan Turner Columbus, Ohio, Allez Les Filles Gallery, Oeuvres Choisis, with Mihail, Billy Sullivan and Carl Palazzolo New York, Jay Gorney Modern Art, with Lee Bontecou, Carroll Dunham, Alexis Rockman, Laura Stein and Meyer Vaisman 1995 New York, Whitney Museum of American Art, 1995 Biennial Exhibition, March 18-June 4 1998 New York, Lennon, Weinberg Inc. New Small Scale Paintings by Gallery Artists, January 9-31. New York, Lennon, Weinberg Inc. UTZ: A Collected Exhibition, curated by Stephanie Theodore, February 6-March 7. 1999 New York, Exit Art. The Stroke. An exhibition curated by various painters. Alan Turner's work curated by Carroll Dunham. May 1-July 2. 2000 Milan, Italy, NEG (No Limits Events Gallery). Garden Party. Curated by Laurie Simmons. March 15 – April. New York, Barbara Gladstone Gallery, OO, August 2000. New York, Mathew Marks Gallery, Drawings and Photographs, An exhibition to Benefit the Foundation for Contemporary Performance Arts, Inc. December 8-23 2001 Houston, Texas, Texas,Gallery, Pop and Post Pop (On Paper), January 23- March 3. New York, NY, The Work Space @ Dolgenos New & Cronin LLP Body Work, curated by Lesley Heller. September 6- November 16 2002 New York, NY, Lennon Weinberg Inc. New Year New York New Work, January 19 – February 16 East Islip, NY, Islip Art Museum, Body Language, curated by Lesley Heller April 17- June 16 2009 Washington, DC, Wool Exploration, Bauble 2010 New York, Danese Gallery, Works on Paper 2010 Denver, CO, Denver Art Museum, Face to Face 2013 Washington DC, Emerge Art Fair Exhibition by Furthermore Press 2014 Mexico City, Mexico, Art Fair Exhibition, Present Company Gallery, New York, NY 2014 New York, NY, Alan Turner Studio, Book Signing for the Metaphysics of Toys/ Ten with Mitchell Tolela Mayers 2015 Mexico City, Mexico, Art Fair Exhibition, Nathalie Karg Gallery, New York, NY 2015-16 New York, NY, Holiday Exhibition, Doyers Gallery 2016 Miami Beach, FL, NADA Miami Beach, Mitchell Algus Gallery, New York, NY BIBLIOGRAPHY BOOKS, EXHIBITION CATALOGUES AND MUSEUM PUBLICATIONS Alternative Situations for Contemporary Printmaking, The 65th Annual Competition of objects, The Print Club, Philadelphia, 1990 Artists, ICA News Quarterly, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, Massachusetts, Volume 6, Number 2, I989, p. 5 1975 Biennial Exhibition, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 1975 Columbo, Paulo. Alan Turner, Tyler Art Gallery, Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Elkins Park, Pennsylvania, 1989 Geist, Sidney. A Studio Visit Sidney Geist at Alan Turner's studio, January 9,2000, Lennon Weinberg,Inc. The Indignant Years, illustrations from the New York Times Op-Ed Pages, Crown Publishers, Arno Press, 1973 Jacobson, Marjorie. Catalogue of the Collection, Coopers and Lybrand, Boston, 1984 Kertess, Klaus. The Eye of the Canvas, Jason McCoy Gallery, New York, 1986 Kertess, Klaus. 1995 Biennial Exhibition, The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 1995 Kertess, Klaus. Drawings 2000 at Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York, 2000 Kulternam, Udo. New Realism, New York Graphic Society, Greenwich, Connecticut, 1972 Kulterman, Udo. The New Painting, Westview Press, Boulder, Colorado, 1976 Mit Kamera, Pinsel und Spritzpistole (Realistiche Kunst in Unserer Zeit), Stadtische Kunsthalle, Rechlinghausen, Germany, 1973 Nahas, Dominique. Special Projects III: Alan Turner, Paintings 19841987, Everson Museum of Art Bulletin, Syracuse, New York, April 1988 Ratcliff, Carter. Alan Turner: New York Pastoral, 12 Duke Street Gallery, London, 1982 Ruiz, Jose, BOX HOUSES, New York, NY 2009 Scott, William. Plates, Blocks and Screens: objects from the CIGNA Collection, Cigna Corporation, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1986 Sussman, Elizabeth. Currents: Alan Turner, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, Massachusetts, 1989 Turner, Alan, BOX HOUSES, 1-10, 2009, New York, NY 2009 Turner, Alan, BOX HOUSES, 11-21, 2009, New York, NY 2009 Turner, Alan, BOXES 2010, Rome, Italy, 2010 Walker, Barry. The American Artist as Printmaker, 23rd Annual Print Exhibition, Brooklyn Museum, New York Yard, Sally. Landscapes in Recent Painting, Museum of Fine Arts, Springfield, Massachusetts, 1981 PERIODICALS Avgikos, Jan. " 1995 Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art," Artforum, Summer 1995, p. 100 Bass, Ruth. "New York? New York!," Art-Talk, Scottsdale, Arizona, November 1988, Secion II, p. 2 Blair, Dike, “00” Barbara Gladstone Gallery, Time Out New York, August 10-17, 2000 issue no. 255 Brenson, Michael. "Works on Paper," The New York Times, June 21, 1985. Brenson, Michael. "Alan Turner," The New York Times, March 13, 1987 Brenson, Michael. "A Perverse, Witty, Sadomasochistic Universe," The New York Times, Arts and Leisure Section, September 18, 1988, pp. 35, 43 Burr, James. Apollo, June 12, 1982 Cohen, Becky. “ Two for the Show,” The San Diego Reader, December, 1976 p. 4 Cooper, Dennis. "Alan Turner," Artforum, November 1988, p. 146 Defner, Phillis. "Alan Turner at Jason McCoy, " Art in America, September 1987, p. 181 Dunham,Carroll, "Alan Turner," BOMB, Fall 2000 NO.73, pp. 50, 51, 52, & 53 Edwards, Ellen. "Tracing Trends in Narrative Images," The Miami Herald, December, 1978. Flam, Jack. "Old Artists, New Styles," The Wall Street Journal, March 25, 1987 Flam, Jack. "Who's News in the Early Fall Art Season," The Wall Street Journal, September 18, 1988, p. 2 Frank, Peter. "Alan Turner," ARTnews, December 1975 Gluck, Grace, "Alan Turner," The New York Times, March 31, 2000, p. E35 Hall, Jacqueline. "Arts Datebook," The Columbus Dispatch, November 13, 1994 Hall, Jacqueline. "Absurd combinations fascinating, disturbing," The Columbus Dispatch, May 7, 1995 Hayt-Atkins, Elizabeth. "Alan Turner at Koury Wingate Gallery," ARTnews, November 1988, pp. 180-184 House, Jane. “Capturing the Pathos of Abandoned Spaces”, 365 Fifth, September, 2009, Page 9 Johnson, Ken, "Alan Turner," The New York Times, March 31,2000 p. E36 Karmel, Pepe. "Alan Turner," The New York Times, February 2, 1996. Kimmelman, Michael. "Trying to Remember," The New York Times, September 23, 1988, p. C29 King, Mary. "Four New York Painters at Signet Art," The St. Louis Port-Dispatch, February 27, 1983 Lubell, Ellen. "Alan Turner," Arts, December 1975 Mahoney, Robert. "Alan Turner," Time Out New York, January 17-24, 1996. Merry, Stephanie. “Art Bauble”, The Washington Post, December 16, 2009 Myers, Terry R. "Alan Turner," Lapiz, April 1990, p. 71 Myers, Terry R. "New York Fax," Art Issues, May 1990, pp. 33-35 Naves, Mario, "Currently Hanging," The New York Observer April 3,2000 Preisman, Fran. “William Lundberg and Alan Turner Illusions in the Gallery,” Art Week November 20, 1976 Vol. 7, No. 40 The Print Collectors Newsletter, Volume XXI, Number 3, July-August 1990 Ratcliff, Carter. "Alan Turner," Art in America, September 1979 Russell, John. "Alan Turner," The New York Times, October 18, 1975 Russell, John. "Alan Turner/No Choque da Arte," O Globo, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, September 28, 1988, p. 2 Saxe, Edward L. "On the Margin of Society," American Arts, September 1981 Schwartz, Debbie. “Display at Mandeville,” Trinto Times Wednesday Servetar, Stuart. "Alan Turner: Recent Paintings," New York Press, January 17-23, 1996. Smith, Roberta. "Group Shows Revive the Jaded Palate," The New York Times, June 17, 1988 Sozanski, Edward J. "Tyler Gallery," The Philadelphia Inquirer, October 19, 1989 Stapen, Nancy, “Body and Soul," The Boston Herald, February 10, 1989 Wykes-Joyce, Max. "Around Galleries in London," International Herald Tribune, June 12, 1982 GRANTS AND AWARDS 1965 Eggers Award for Painting, City College of the City University of New York 1967 University of California Alumni Association Travelling Fellowship Eisner Award for Painting, University of California 1977 National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship Grant 1980 Spoleto Choice, Spoleto, U.S.A. 1981 National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship Grant 1987 National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship Grant 1988 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship 2001 Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant SELECTED PUBLIC AND CORPORATE COLLECTIONS Addison Museum of American Art, Andover, MA ARCO Center for the Visual Arts , Atlantic Richfield, Los Angeles, CA Australian National Bank, Canberra, Australia Bank of America, San Francisco, CA Centerre Bank and Trust Co., St. Louis, MO Cigna Corporation, Hartford, CT Continental Bank of Chicago, Chicago, IL Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO Fried, Frank, Harris, Schriver & Jacobson, New York, NY Goldman-Sachs, New York, NY Green Point Corp., New York, NY Hayden Gallery, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA Hebrew Home for the Aged, Riverdale, NY JP Morgan Chase Bank, New York, NY Minneapolis Institute of Art, Minneapolis, MN Museum of Fine Art, Boston ,MA Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY Neuberger and Berman, New York, NY New York Public Library, New York, NY Ohio University, Athens, OH Prudential Insurance Co., Newark, NJ Southeast Banking Corp., Miami, FL Third National Bank & Trust Co., Dayton, OH Wertheim & Co., New York, NY Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY Hood Museum of Art at Dartmouth College Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY Southeast Banking Corp., Miami, FL SELECTED PRIVATE COLLECTIONS Harrison and Jules Auger, Aspen, CO Mrs. Edwin Bergman, Chicago, IL Estate of Jack Chackes, New York, NY Carroll Dunham and Laurie Simmons, New York, NY Robert Feldman, Portland, OR Ian Glennie, Houston, TX Robert Gober, New York, NY Arthur and Carol Goldberg, New York, NY Estate of Philip Johnson Raymond J. Learsy, New York, NY Estate of Vera List, New York, New York, NY Susan Lorence, New York, NY Phil Schrager, Omaha, NE Carol Selle, New York, NY Estate of Robert C. Scull, Warren, CT Raymond Sokolov and Johanna Hecht, New York, NY Paul Walter, New York, NY Ealan Wingate, New York, NY

Alan Turner

American (1943)

(3 works)

About the artist:

BORN: Bronx, New York, 1943 Resides and works in New York City EDUCATION 1965 B.A., The City College of the City University of New York 1967 M.A., University of California, Berkeley SOLO EXHIBITIONS 1971 Cologne, Germany, Galerie Neuendorf 1974

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