Kristine Moran

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Curriculum Vitae

  • The Boss, The Secretary, The Queen and The Henchman, 2016 (detail)
  • The Boss, The Secretary, The Queen and The Henchman, 2016 (detail)
  • The Boss, The Secretary, The Queen and The Henchman, 2016
  • Falling Out, 2016
  • Defector, 2016
  • Taking Sides, 2016
  • Funeral Procession, 2014
  • Seance, 2014
  • Flood, 2013
  • Day Blindness, 2013
  • Worship Installation (1), 2013
  • Wave, 2013
  • Woman Looking Towards Horizon, 2013
  • Plucking the Cycad, 2013
  • Harvesting From the Future, 2013
  • Crossing Over, 2012
  • Worm Hole, 2012
  • Last Confession, 2012
  • Lillies in Midnight, 2012
  • Visitation, 2012
  • The Bride's Last Encounter with her Lovers, 2012
  • Passing Through, 2012
  • Airport, 2011
  • Bent Over, 2011

KRISTINE MORAN

Lives and works in Brooklyn, USA

 

EDUCATION

2008        

MFA, Hunter College, Department of Art, New York, USA

2004

BFA, Ontario College of Art and Design, Toronto, Canada

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2016

The Boss, The Queen, The Secretary and The Henchman, Daniel Faria Gallery, Toronto

2014

Affairs and Ceremonies, Daniel Faria Gallery, Toronto

2013

The Mystic and the Cycad, Nicelle Beauchene Gallery, New York, USA

2012

Between Life and Death, Daniel Faria Gallery, Toronto, Canada

2011

Protean Slip, Nicelle Beauchene Gallery, New York, USA

2009

Hidden in the Shore Maze, Clark & Faria, Toronto, Canada

Laugh Until My Teeth Fall Out, Nicelle Beauchene Gallery, New York, USA

2008

Unraveling Under Conditions of Uncertainty, Skew Gallery, Calgary, Canada

2005

The Dissolution Plan, Angell Gallery, Toronto, Canada

2004

Trip Wire, Angell Gallery, Toronto, Canada

Blast Radius, Sis Boom Bah, Toronto, Canada

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2016                 

Scale a Wall, curated by Town Hall Meeting, Cuevas Tilleard, New York

How High? Left Field Gallery, San Luis Obispo, California

Practice make Practice, Mulherin, New York

Fault Lines, GP Presents, New York

2015

Befana’s Secret Booty, Orgy Park, Brooklyn

Nathalie Karg Gallery, New York

2014

Sargent’s Daughters, Sargent’s Daughters Gallery, New York, USA

2013                 

Terra Incognita, Storefront Ten Eyck, Brooklyn, New York, USA

2012

60 Painters, Humber Arts & Media Studios, Toronto, Canada

2011

Saint Helen, Daniel Faria Gallery, Toronto, Canada

Rogue Elements, RH+Gallery, Istanbul, Turkey

2010

The Tiller Effect, New York Studio Gallery, New York, USA

Changing the World Through Art, Haunch of Venison, New York, USA

2009

Home, Westport Art Center, Westport, USA

Play, Monica De Cardenas Gallery, Milan, Italy

New York Group Show, Laetitia Delorme Gallery, Paris, France

2008

Always Kiss Me Goodnight, Kinkead Contemporary, Los Angeles, USA

Innocence Regained, Anna Kustera Gallery, New York, USA

The Big Gift: Calgary Celebrates Canadian Art, Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Canada

Summer Solo Project, Kinkead Contemporary, Los Angeles, USA

Prescience, Dorsch Gallery, Miami, USA

Summer Group Show, curated by David Hunt, Buia Gallery, New York, USA

Thesis Exhibition, Hunter College Time Square Gallery, New York, USA

The Possibility of Framing Infinity, The Dalton Gallery, Atlanta, USA

2007

Perfect Competition, Addison Ripley Fine Arts, Washington D.C., USA

2006

Top 10, Angell Gallery, Toronto, Canada

Hybridity/Ambivalence, with Gerhard Richter, Richard Artschwager and Steve DiBenedetto, Amos Eno Gallery, New York

Pratt Hunter Collaborative Show, Pratt Steuben South Gallery, New York, USA

Urban Landscapes Real and Imagined, ThacherProffitt, New York, USA

Retro 10, Angell Gallery, Toronto, Canada

2005

RBC New Painting, traveling exhibition, Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, Toronto; Bau-Xi Gallery, Vancouver; Sussex Gallery, Ottawa, Canada

Showcase ’05, Cambridge Gallery, Cambridge, Canada

Art Student Exhibition, ISE Cultural Foundation, New York, USA

Woof, Fran Hill Gallery, Toronto, Canada

2004

Futurama, curated by David Liss, Propeller Centre for the Visual Arts, Toronto, Canada

Drive, Skew Gallery, Calgary, Canada

Just Enough to Tickle, Drabinsky Gallery, Toronto, Canada

Go West, Tatar Gallery, Toronto, Canada

Fond of My Countach, Le-Gallery, Toronto, Canada

2003

Architectural Dialects, OCAD Gallery, Toronto, Canada

 

AWARDS AND RESIDENCIES

2015

Detroit Artist Residency

2009

Lower Manhattan Cultural Centre (LMCC)

2008

Virginia Adams Award

Lotos Club Foundation Award

Mary Walsh Sharpe Foundation studio space prize

2005

Honorable Mention, Central Canada Regional Winner, RBC New Painting Competition

2004

Nominated for Best Solo Show in a private gallery, Untitled Art Awards Toronto

Governor General’s Academic Medal

Ontario College of Art and Design Medal

401 Richmond Career-Launcher Prize

Drawing and Painting Medallist Scholarship

M. W.O. Forsyth Scholarship

Gallery 76 Award

Nora e. Vaughn Award

M. Joan Chalmers Scholarship

2003

Av Isaacs Tuition Scholarship Award

1999

Central Ontario Arts Association Millennium Project Bursary

 

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

2016                 

Zevitas, Steven T, New American Paintings, Open Studio Press, February/March

2012

Ganis, William, “Critics’ Picks: Kristine Moran,” Artforum, November

2011

Shwabsky, Barry, Vitamin P2, October

Amiri, Nuisha, “Portfolio:kristine Moran,” Toronto Standard, October

2010

Cuff, Lindsay, “Chance Evolutions,” NYArts, Summer

“How a Man Ages…Or Should,” Guide to Starting an Art Collection, Esquire, June/July

“Makeover Madness,” Elle Canada, May

Ryan, Carol-Ann M., “Krisrine Moran:The Mash, The Maze,” Canadian Art, January

Dault, Gary Michael, “A Painter’s Take on the Literature of the North,” Globe & Mail, January

2009

Villas, Amber, ”Kristine Moran in New York,” ARTINFO, July

Keith, Kelsey, “Kristine Moran Pushes Her Brides to the Limit,” Flavorwire, July

“Play,” FlashArtOnline, Feburary

2008

Schad, Ed, “A Look at Kristine Moran at Kinkead Contemporary,” Artslant, August

“No other conceivable option,” Harper’s, August

Tousley, Nancy, “Gallery Seen,” Calgary Herald, July 13

“Kristine Moran: Where Cities Break and Paint Survives,” Canadian Art, June

McClintock, Diana, “The possibility of framing infinity,” Art Papers, May/June

Sneed, Gillian, NY Art Fair Diaries, NyArtsMagazine.com, March 27

2007

Anderson, John, “Perfect Competition at Addison/Ripley,” DCist-http://dcist.com, July

2006

Jager, David, “Group Hug at Angell,” Now Magazine, December 7

Osborne, Catherine, “Future Cities,” Design Lines, Fall

2005

Symons, Christina, “Style at Home,” September

Gladman, Randy, Canadian Art, Fall

Hall, Lauren, “Where It’s At,” Echo, vol 8, no 49

Dault, Gary Michael, Globe and Mail, May 7

Gladman, Randy, “Critics’ Picks,” www.artforum.com, May 5

Nunes, Jaqueline, The Eyeopener, February 15

Jordan, Betty Ann, Toronto Life, vol 40, no 1, January

2004

Goldman, Jessica, Sketch Magazine, Fall

Enright, Robert, Border Crossings, issue 91

Naclia, Janet, Calgary Herald, September

Dault, Gary Michael, Globe and Mail, June 5

Milroy, Sarah, Globe and Mail, June 5

Goddard, Peter, “Kristine Moran solo show flies,” Toronto Star, June 3

Osborne, Catherine, “Trip Wire,” National Post, May 22

Sayej, Nadja, “View,” Bite Magazine

Green, Tyler, “Modern Art Notes,” www.artsjournal.com, March 22

 

COLLECTIONS 

Tishman Speyer

Neuberger Berman

Saatchi Gallery

Royal Bank of Canada

Bank of Montreal

Toronto-Dominion Bank

Glenbow Museum

Doris McCarthy Gallery, University of Toronto