Brad Phillips

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Solo Exhibitions

 

2017 Allen & Eldridge, Bullshit Both Walks and Talks, New York, NY

2016Division Gallery, First Last Chance, Toronto, ON

2015  Rod Bianco Gallery, Honeymoon Rehearsal, Oslo, Norway (organized by Bjarne Melgaard)

2014  Harper’s Books, Law & Order, East Hamptons, NY (through 2015)

— 8-11 Gallery, I Didn’t Retire I Surrendered, Toronto, ON

— Macaulay Fine Arts, The Rope at the end of The Rope, Vancouver, BC

2013  Louis B. James Gallery, Sex, Sex, and Death, New York, NY

 CSA Space, For Mariah Carey and John Berryman, Vancouver, BC

2011  The Residence Gallery, Suicide Note Writer’s Block, London, UK

 Monte Clark Gallery, Sex After Marriage, Toronto, ON

 Monte Clark Gallery, Someone Write Me, Vancouver, BC

— Galerie ZK, Seven Years in Vancouver, Berlin, Germany

— CSA Space, My Swiss Gallery Closed, Vancouver, BC

2010  CSA Space, Collection of the Artist, Vancouver, BC

2009  LaMontagne Gallery, Journey into Whatever, Boston, MA

2008  Groeflin Maag Galerie, Sentimental Breakdown, Zurich, Switzerland

— Monte Clark Gallery, No P.S., Toronto, ON

 Monte Clark Gallery, No Comebacks, Vancouver, BC

2007  Wallspace, Day by Day, New York, NY

— Liste 07, The Young Art Fair, Knives & Flowers, Basel, Switzerland (under the auspices of Groeflin Maag Galerie)

 Groeflin Maag Galerie, Young Marriage, Old Problems, and Vancouver Mushrooms, Basel, Switzerland

2006  CSA Space, Personal Work, Vancouver, BC

2005  Wallspace Gallery, On Feeling Better, New York, NY

— Groeflin Maag Galerie, 1996, Basel, Switzerland

2004  Greener Pastures Contemporary Art, Silver Springs, Toronto, ON

— Monte Clark Gallery, Vancouver, BC

2003  Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, NY (with Jedediah Caesar)

2002  Bailey Fine Arts, Toronto, ON

Two Person Exhibitions

2014 Working Title, Toronto, ON, Needle in the Hey! Sojourner Truth Parsons and Brad Phillips

2007 Allston Skirt Gallery, Boston, MA, The Great Depression: Brad Phillips and Rasool Sarangi

Selected Group Exhibitions

2016— Finally, Castor Gallery, New York, NY

— Greenan * Magnuson * Phillips * Tompkins, Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center, Buffalo, NY

— Don’t Look a Gift Horse In The Mouth, Four Six One Nine, Los Angeles, CA

— GIFC, David Risley Gallery, Copehagen, Steinsland Berliner Gallery, Stockholm, Agnes B’s Galerie du Jour, Paris

— Intensive Nesting, Galerie Division, Montreal, QC

— Salon 57, 247365, New York, NY

2015 Hidebound, MAW, New York, NY

— Feelings Film Festival LA, The Standard, Los Angeles, CA

— Taste This Sad Cream, Patrick Mikhail Gallery, Montreal, QC

— Situational Comedy, 247365, Brooklyn, NY

— Shit! I’m an Artist’s Artist, Galleri Benoni, Copenhagen, Denmark

— You Won’t Believe, Galerie Division, Montreal, QC

— WAVVYWAVVY, The Drain, Los Angeles, CA

— Signs & Symbols, Jessica Bradley Gallery, Toronto, ON

2014 Rear Window Treatment, Louis B. James Gallery, New York, NY

— Buying Friends: The Kortman Collection, Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts, Grand Rapids, MI

— The Secret to Living, Jessica Bradley Gallery, Toronto, ON

— How to Write an Artist’s Statement, Mulherin, New York, NY

— Mourning and Melancholy, Gallery Ostrakon, Milan, Italy

2013 Page 179, Artforum, September 2013, Brennan & Griffin, New York, NY

— Storytelling, Museum London, London, ON

— Summer Reading, The Hole, New York, NY

— Diff’rent Strokes, Louis B. James Gallery, New York, NY

— Apparatus, M + B, Los Angeles, CA (curated by Tim Barber)

— Bad Religion, Paul Petro Contemporary Art, Toronto, ON

— Tenth Anniversary Show, Wallspace, New York, NY

— The White Album, Louis B. James Gallery, New York, NY

— Monte Clark Gallery, Toronto, ON

— The Painting Project, Galerie de l’UQAM, Montreal PQ (curated by Marie-Eve Beaupré and Julie Bélisle) Cat.

2012 Where I Lived, What I Lived For, Oakville Galleries, Oakville, ON, Cat.

— Le Gout de la Peinture, Galerie de l’UQAM, Montreal, PQ (curated by Marie-Eve Beaupre and Julie Belisle)

— Spill, The Drake Hotel, Toronto, ON

— Vancouver Art Gallery, (curated by David Wisdom), Vancouver, BC

— 20 Years, Monte Clark Gallery, Vancouver, BC

2011 Monte Clark Gallery, Vancouver, BC

— Capture, Monte Clark Gallery, Toronto, ON

— My Winnipeg, Maison Rouge, Paris, France

— Hunter and Cook Launch, Khyber ICA, Halifax, NS

2010 Journey into Whatever, New Brunswick College of Craft and Design, Fredericton, NB, 1st International Chilliwack Biennale, Chilliwack, BC

— Triumphant Carrot – The Persistence of Still Life, Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC, Cat.

— NeoIntegrity: Comics Edition, Museum of Comics and Cartoon Art, New York, NY (curated by Keith Mayerson) Cat.

— Restricted, Clark + Faria, Toronto, ON

2009 Group Show, Monte Clark Gallery, Vancouver, BC

— What’s Bin Did and What’s Bin Hid, 106 Green Street, New York, NY (curated by Ryan Steadman)

— The Other Gallery for Scotiabank’s Nuit Blanche, “Art moves”, Toronto, ON

— Assembly of Drawings, Monte Clark Gallery, Vancouver, BC

— Clark + Faria Presents, Clark + Faria Gallery, Toronto, ON

— Guy Maddin’s Keyhole Project, The Beursschouwburg, Brussels, Belgium

— Staff Picks, Monte Clark Gallery, Vancouver, BC

— TV Books – Space 15 Twenty, Los Angeles, CA

2008 LOCAL, The Apartment at Filip Office, Vancouver, BC (curated by Lee Plested)

— It Ain’t Fair, O.H.W.O.W. Gallery, Miami, FL (curated by Tim Barber)

— Amber One Foot Below, Paul Petro Project Space, Toronto, ON (curated by Jay Isaac)

— Art on Paper 2008: 40th Anniversary Biennial Exhibition, Weatherspoon Art Museum, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Cat.

— The Hungry Ghost, Paul Petro Project Space, Toronto, ON (curated by Jay Isaac & Tony Romano)

— News at 5ive, TIAF, Toronto, ON (curated by Rick Rhodes)

— Various Photographs, NY Photo Festival, curated by Tim Barber, New York, NY

— The Other Gallery presents Guy Maddin’s Keyhole Project, University of Manitoba’s ARCH 2 Gallery, Winnipeg, MB

— Like Watching a Train Wreck, Groeflin Maag Galerie, Zurich, Switzerland

— DRAW, Stolenspace Gallery, London, UK

— Portraits, Monte Clark Gallery, Toronto, ON

— Paul Butler’s Collage Party/The Keyhole Experiment, (under the auspices of Guy Maddin), 44 Princess, Winnipeg, MB

— The Big Gift: Recent Acquisitions from the Glenbow Museum, Illingworth Kerr Gallery, Calgary, AB

— Collage Crimes: Carte Grise a Guy Maddin, Dazibao, Montreal, PQ

2007 Paul Butler’s Collage Party/The Keyhole Experiment, (under the auspices of Guy Maddin), Gimli, MB

— Raise High the Roofbeam, Rainbo Club, Chicago, (curated by Melanie Schiff and Kristen VanDeventer)

— Paul Butler’s Collage Party, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, WA

— Launch of Port-De-Suisse, Villa Lautengarten, Basel, Switzerland (curated by Simon Baur)

2006 On Line: Contemporary Drawing, The University Art Gallery, Sonoma State University, CA

— The Monty Hall Problem, Blum & Poe, Los Angeles, CA (curated by Slater Bradley)

— Art vs. Real Life, Morgan Lehman Gallery, New York, NY

— Tiny Vices, Spencer Brownstone Gallery, New York, NY (curated by Tim Barber)

— Another Other, Cooper Gallery, University of Dundee Exhibition Department, Jordonstone College of Art and — Design, Dundee, Scotland

— Darkness Ascends, Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, Toronto, ON

2005 Hello Sunday, Sixtyseven Gallery, New York, NY (curated by Holly Coulis)

— Paul Butler’s Collage Party, Antisocial, Vancouver, BC

— Toronto/Berlin Exchange, Galerie Jette Rudolph, Berlin, Germany

— Exploding Plastic Inevitable, Bergdorf Goodman, New York, NY (curated by Simon Watson)

— Bucolica, Wallspace Gallery, New York, NY

— The Terminal Show, the Drake Hotel, Toronto, ON (organized by the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art)

2004 RBC New Canadian Painting Competition, Edmonton Art Gallery, Brunswick Museum, McMaster Museum of Art, Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art

— Kids of the Black Hole, Stalke Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark

— Under the Sun, Greener Pastures Contemporary Art, Toronto, ON

— I, Assassin, Wallspace Gallery, New York, NY (curated by Slater Bradley)

2003  Hooters, Zsa Zsa Gallery, Toronto, ON

— In My Solitude, Gallery Neubacher, Toronto, ON (curated by Wayne Baerwaldt)

— Two Weeks In Autumn, Greener Pastures Contemporary Art, Toronto, ON

— Fountain of Youth, TIAF, Toronto, ON

— When Darkness Falls, Gallery 400, University of Illinois at Chicago, IL, travelling to Midway Contemporary Art, St. Paul, MN

— Summer Jam, Peres Projects, Los Angeles, CA

— Future Species, d.u.m.b.o. Arts Center, Brooklyn, NY

2002 Steve Canaday, Brad Phillips, Luigino Valentin, Bronwyn Keenan Gallery, New York, NY

— The Catholic Show, Art System, Toronto, ON

— Don’t Fear the Reaper, Gallery 1313, Toronto, ON (as Larry House with Jay Isaac)

— Synthetic Psychosis, Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, Toronto, ON, Cat.

— Mercer Living, Mercer Union, Toronto, ON

— Wreck Room, Art System, Toronto and Helen Pitt Gallery, Vancouver, BC

2001  Dark Movement, Art System, Toronto, ON

— Glo, Archive Gallery, Toronto, ON

— Grand Expectorant, West Wing Art Space, Toronto, ON

— Weather is Here, Wish You Were Beautiful, Art System, Toronto, ON

— More than a Feeling, Gallery 1313, Toronto, ON

— Mercer Union: A Love Story, Mercer Union, Toronto, ON

2000  Glo, Archive Gallery, Toronto, ON

1999  Solo Exhibition (A Group Show), 286 Sherbourne Street, Toronto, ON

— Open Juried Exhibition, Cambridge Galleries, The Library and Gallery, Cambridge, ON

1996  This is it: Taku Dazai, Alex Morrison, Brad Phillips, Nora Vaughan Gallery, Toronto, ON

Curation

2015 Shit! I’m an Artist’s Artist, Galleri Benoni, Copenhagen, Denmark

2009 Alex Morrison, CSA Space, Vancouver, BC

2005 My One And Only – Brad Phillips on Rasool Sarangi, Wallspace, New York, NY, Cat.

Publications

2015 Purple Diary, Brad Phillips “Honeymoon Rehearsal” Exhibition at Rod Bianco Gallery, Oslo, December 1

— Autre Magazine, 10 must see art shows around the world that you really really need to check out, Brad Phillips, Honeymoon Rehearsal, Rod Bianco Gallery, Oslo, November 11

— Personal Work, Brad Phillips, photographs, 24 pages, edition of 30, published by 8 Ball Zines

— Suicidal Realism, Brad Phillips, published by Swimmer’s Group, 76 pages, ISBN: 978-0-9947290-1-9

— New York Times Magazine, An East Hampton Bookstore Pops Up in Manhattan, March 3

2014 Regular Creep, Brad Phillips, photographs, published by Swimmer’s Group, Toronto, edition of 200

— Mother Nature Mother Creature, Brad Phillips, photographs, published by Perish Publishing, Toronto, edition of 200

— My Apologies Accepted, by Bunny Rogers, front and back cover illustrations, published by Civil Coping Mechanisms, Berlin

— The Devil May Care, by Aaron Mcelroy, cover design, published by Paralaxe Editions, Barcelona

— Fantasy Art Now, compiled by Jay Isaac and Sebastian Frye, published by Swimmers Group, pg. 18, edition of 250

— She Does the City – Sarah Nicole Prickett, May 5

— Adult Magazine “Ass Man – How a hidden after school activity turned into ass adoration” Text and illustrations, March 27

2013 Canadian Art Magazine, Agenda, British Columbia, Pg. 26, Winter 2013

— Modern Painters, Top 100 Fall Shows, Brad Phillips – Louis B. James Gallery, NY, Pg. 94, October

— OTP, Illustrations, Vol. 1, Issue 1, Pg. 71-78

— Modern Painters, Paint it White, the senseless 1960’s and beyond, Louis B. James Gallery, January

2011 The New Collectors Book, published by Basak Malone, pg. 10

— The Life and Times of William Callahan, by Chris Taylor, published by 0-100, Italy (cover image limited edition)

2010 Color 8.1, “Our Glass – Brad Phillips” Pg. 72-74, March

— Pussy, The Aurel Schmidt Purple Book, a special edition for Purple Fashion Magazine #13

2009 Alex Morrison: Politics and Partnership, canadianart.ca, June 20

2008 Six Pages from TV Books, Published by TV Books and Gallery Space, Pg. 32-38

— RBC Canadian Painting Competition: Ten Years, published by the Royal Bank of Canada, Pg. 64

— Carte Blanche – V.2 – Painting, published by Magenta Foundation, Pg. 189, 321

— Hope Against Reason – Brad Phillips, Monograph of paintings, with an introduction by Guy Maddin, 128 pages, edited by Tim Barber, published by TV Books, New York, NY

— The Walrus, May 2008, pg. 80

— Paul Butler’s Collage Party, Catalogue published by MOCCA Toronto, and ACAD, Alberta

2007 Suicide Note Writer’s Block – Drawings – edition of 100, 24 pages, Cederteg Publishing, Stockholm, Sweden

2006 Time Out Toronto, “Space Oddities” pg. 185

— The Journal, Salon Section, curated by Tim Barber, Winter 2006, pg.53

— Purpose Webmag Photographique, Portfolio, Dear Diary – Issue 2, Spring 2006

— Doppelganger Magazine, Portfolio, Rasool Sarangi & Brad Phillips, Issue 6 June 2006

— Toro Magazine, May 2006, pg. 62

2004 The Georgia Straight, “Painting for Dollars” Sept.30-Oct.7, pg. 49

— Fashion Magazine, April 2004. pg. 141

— New York Magazine, February 23, pg. 76

— Vancouver Sun, “Cynical Suburbia” Jan.29-Feb.5, pg. C3

2003 Toro Magazine, spring/summer 2003, pg.54

— The New York Times Magazine, February 9, pg. 72

2002 Drawings for Trucker magazine, Winter 2002

— Drawings for Trucker magazine, Fall 2002

1998 Galerie Largeness, issue featuring work by Brad Phillips, Sally McKay, and Michael Amar. #19, June 3, 1998 (ISS # 1206-0097)

Selected Bibliography

Olivia Whittick, Review “Bullshit Both Talks & Walks”, Allen & Eldridge, New York, Editorial Magazine, February 25

Jessica Kirsh, Review “Intensive Nesting”, Galerie Division, Montreal, Editorial Magazine, March 6, 2016

Tommy Olson, Review “Honeymoon Rehearsal” – Rod Bianco Gallery, Oslo, Klassekampen, December 2, 2015, pg. 26-7

Scott Indrisek, “No More Taboos”, Interview, Modern Painters, February 2016, pg. 36

Patrick Laba, “Profile: Brad Phillips”, The Fine Print Magazine, January 20, 2016

Jerry Saltz, “How Jim Shaw Birthed a New Area of Appropriation,” Vulture, December 10, 2015

Scott Indrisek, “No More Taboos: Brad Phillips Paints Against the Puritans, Artinfo,” November 30, 2015

Maren Serine Andersen, “Honeymoon Rehearsal Part 1 & 2” – Review, “Brad Phillips, Honeymoon Rehearsal, Rod Bianco Gallery, Oslo, Mon Dieu, November 20, 2015

Andrew Berardini, “Art About Fucking,” Mousse, April – May 2015, pg. 74 – 85

Jennifer Piejko, Review, “Rear Window Treatment” – Louis B. James Gallery, New York, Modern Painters, March 2015, pg 74

Christina Catherine Martinez, “Third Time’s a Charm”, Artforum.com, February 2, 2015

Jennifer Landes, “Reading is Fundamental” – Review, Law & Order, Harper’s Books, The East Hampton Star, December 30, 2014

Jerry Saltz, “Is There Great Art on Instagram?”- Vulture, December 2, 2014

Mark Mann, “The Miserable Quips of Brad Phillips” – Momus, October 14, 2014

Leah Sandals, “CanCon Highlights at New York’s Frieze Week” – Canadian Art, May 15, 2014

Daniel Kunitz, “Opine! Opine! – Letter from the Editor” – Modern Painters, May 2014, pg. 22

Daniel Larkin, Harlem “Hot House” Reimagines Heaven and Hell” – Hyperallergic, May 9, 2014

Sky Gooden, “Canadians Among Harlem Fun for Frieze” – Blouin Art Info, May 8, 2014

Darby Milbrath, “Brad Phillips & Sojourner Truth Parsons” – Interview, The Editorial Magazine, April 2014, Pg, 60-65

David Balzer, “Top 3 of 2013: Outside Exhibitions”, Canadian Art, online, December, 23, 2013

John Bentley Mayes, “Portraits and Tactics, Andre Ethier and the forces of unfreedom”, Canadian Art Magazine, Pg. 96, Winter 2013

Scott Indrisek, Interview “Brad Phillips on Sex, Sex and Death”, BlackBook online, November 20, 2013

Shayne Ehman, Interview, Millions No. 4, November, 2013

Aaron Peck, Interview, 01 Magazine, No. 8, July, 2013

Emmy Lee, “Brad Phillips at CSA Space”, Here and Elsewhere Magazine, January 14, 2013

Rosemary Heather, “Write Me: Brad Phillips and the Art of Autobiography”, Canadian Art Magazine, Fall, 2012, Pg. 132-137

Coline Milliard, Review, Brad Phillips, Suicide Note Writer’s Block, The Residence Gallery, London, UK, Modern Painters, February 2010, Pg. 83

Matilda Battersby, “How to spot the next Damien Hirst”, The Independent, January 17, 2011

Beth Fox, Review, Brad Phillips, Suicide Note Writer’s Block, The Residence Gallery, London UK, Artists Insight, November 2011

Aaron Peck, Review, Brad Phillips, Somebody Write Me, Monte Clark Gallery, Vancouver, Canadian Art Magazine, online, June 30, 2011

Robin Laurence, Review, Brad Phillips, Somebody Write Me, Monte Clark Gallery, Vancouver, The Georgia Straight, Pg. 42, May 19-26, 2011

Nicki Bahrampour, Interview, Document Magazine, Weeklies, Online, April 01, 2010

Cate McQuaid, Review, Brad Phillips, Journey into Whatever, Lamontagne Gallery, Boston Globe, June 03, 2009

Noah Becker, “Brad Phillips in conversation with Noah Becker” Whitehot Magazine, December 2008

Jay Isaac, “Brad Phillips Interview” Hunter and Cook, Issue No. 01, 2008, Pg. 3-7

Selva Barni, “Fotografia/Melanie Schiff” Rodeo Magazine, Settembre, Issue No.50, Pg. 85

Lee Henderson, “The Glue Boy – Paul Butler and the Art of Collage,” BorderCrossings, Issue No. 07, 2008, Pg. 51

Christopher Brayshaw, Visual Art – “Exponential Future,” Bordercrossings, Issue No.106,2008, Pg. 105

Robert Enright, “An ‘orgy of slicing and pasting’,” Special to The Globe and Mail, Apr 21, 2008

Ray Michael Dault, “Review, Brad Phillips, No P.S., Monte Clark Gallery, Toronto,” The Globe and Mail, Apr 05, 2008, R14

Guy Maddin, “Keyhole Collages,” Bordercrossings, Issue No.104, 2007, Pg. 58-67

Leanne Shapton, “The Modern Lovers – Ten contemporary artists who make images of their loved ones,” The Believer, Nov/Dec 2007, Pg. 20

Lee Henderson, “A Tale of Two Painters: The Art of Brad Phillips and Michael Lewis,” Bordercrossings, Issue #103, Pg. 102-111, 2007

Annette Hoffmann, Spezial “Brad Phillips: Ein Werk ausgewogener Bedingungen,” Regioartline Kunstmagazin, No.6, July 2007, Pg. 24

Renate Durst “Wie Schnappschusse” Review, ‘Young Marriage, Old Problems, Vancouver Mushrooms’ Groeflin Maag Galerie, Basel, Basler Zeitung, May 10, 2007, Pg. 25

Mark Laliberte, “An Interview with Paul Butler,” Carousel 20, 2007, Pg. 15-17

Ashley Johnson, Review “Darkness Ascends” MOCCA, Canadian Art, 23, No. 04 (Winter 2006) Pg. 82

Sarah Milroy, “Finding Lite in Darkness” Review, “Darkness Ascends”, MOCCA, The Globe and Mail, July 07, 2006, R1

David Balzer, “Eye Candy,” eye magazine, June 08, 2006, Pg. 47

David Jager, Review, “Darkness Ascends”, MOCCA, NOW Magazine, June 8 – 14, 2006, Pg. 104

Kevin Chong, “Painter’s interest in bad things is turned inward”, The Globe and Mail, Friday, Apr 14, 2006, R6

Eva Scharrer, Review “Brad Phillips, Groeflin Maag Galerie, Basel”, C Magazine, Summer 2005, Pg. 43

Marianne Benz, Dustere Aussichten, beklemmende Bilder einer orientierunglosen Jugend des Kanadiers Brad Phillips in der Galerie Groeflin Maag, Baz Kulturmagazin, February 17, 2005

Beverly Cramp, Galleries West, Spring 2005, Pg. 8-9

David Balzer, eye magazine, December 23, 2004

Brian Sholis, “Hip Parade”, artforum.com, December 04, 2004

Sarah Milroy, “Nothing is Perfect in Shangri-la”, Review, The Globe and Mail, Friday, November 19, 2004, R23

Julia Dault and J. Kelly Nestruck, “Brush Strokes of What’s to Come”, The National Post, Thursday, November 18, 2004, AL6-7

Michael Wilson, Review “I, Assassin”, Frieze Magazine, Issue 83, 2004, Pg. 107

Russell Smith, “Rush Hour at the Art Fair.” The Globe and Mail, Thursday, November 13, 2003, R1

Thomas Hirschmann, NOW Magazine, October 23-29, 2003, Pg. 76

Sarah Milroy, “Generation Next.” The Globe and Mail, May 10, 2003, V7, V9

Betty Ann Jordan, “Night Crawler.” Elm Street Magazine, December 2002, T2

Richard Rhodes, “Finding Inspiration in the Dark Side of Suburbia.” The Globe and Mail, Saturday, November 2, 2002, V6

Carla Garnet, Review of Synthetic Psychosis, Canadian Art, Fall 2002, Pg. 136

Sarah Milroy, “Critic’s Choice: Synthetic Psychosis.” Review of an exhibition in The Globe and Mail, Saturday, April 13, 2002, R23

R.M. Vaughan, “Twenty Questions: Brad Phillips.” C Magazine, Winter 2001, Pg. 18-19

Sarah Minogue, “Brad” Trucker, Fall 2001, Pg. 22

Richard Rhodes, “Canadian Art: Brad Phillips.” Canadian Art, Fall 2001, Pg. 15

Awards and Grants

2013 British Columbia Arts Council Grant

2012 British Columbia Arts Council Grant

2011 Canada Council for the Arts- Research and Creation Grant

2010 British Columbia Arts Council Grant

2008 Canada Council for the Arts – Project Grant

2003 Western Canada Winner – RBC New Canadian Painting Competition Ontario Arts Council Project Grant

2001 Toronto Arts Council Creation Grant

Collections

Twentieth Century Acquisitions

Schiff Art Projects

The Capital Group

Royal Bank of Canada

Sammlung

Hauser and Wirth

The Glenbow Museum

Media/Lectures

2016 Artist Talk – Concordia University

2014 Artist Talk – Concordia University

2013 Artist Talk – Georgian College School of Design and Visual Art

2012 I Want to Know About Your Ass, radio broadcast of an essay for Future Caves, Kunstvlaai, Amsterdam, read by Madison Haxwelll

Art Fairs

2013 NADA Fair, New York, The Dallas Art Fair

2012 The London Air Fair, Toronto International Art Fair, Art LA

2011 Toronto International Art Fair

2010 The Armory Show, New York, NY

2009 NADA Fair, Miami, FL

2008 NADA Fair, Miami, FL

2007 The Armory Show, NY, LISTE, The Young Art Fair, Basel Switzerland, Scope NY, MACO, Mexico City

2006 Artissima – Turin, Italy, Aqua Art Fair, Miami, NADA Fair, Miami, Scope New York, MACO, Mexico City, Mexico

2005 The Armory Show, NY, Preview, Berlin, Toronto International Art Fair, Artissima, Turin, NADA Fair, Miami, Aqua Art, Miami

2004 Scope LA, Toronto International Art Fair, Artissima –Turin, Italy, NADA Fair, Miami

2003 Toronto International Art Fair, Toronto

2001 Art Sante Fe, Sante Fe, New Mexico