Born in Stamford, Connecticut, USA.
Lives and works in New York City, USA.

Selected Press

brooklynrail.org, September 2017

Artforum: Critics Picks, June 2017

hyperallergic, May 2017

NY Times, April 2017

Studio International, November 2016

Education

  • 1983

    MFA Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey

  • 1981

    BFA The Hartford Art School, University of Hartford, West Hartford, Connecticut

Solo Exhibitions

  • (C) denotes that a catalogue was published in conjunction with the exhibition.

  • 2019

    Maureen Gallace, Gladstone, New York, USA

  • 2017

    Clear Day, MoMA PS1, New York, USA

  • 2016

    Maureen Paley, London, UK

  • 2015

    303 Gallery, New York, USA

  • 2013

    Overduin and Kite, Los Angeles, USA

  • 2011

    La Conservera: Centro de Arte Contemporaneo, Ceutí (Murcia), Spain, (C)

  • 2009

    Michael Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles, USA

  • 2007

    Maureen Paley, London, UK
    Monika Sprüth Philomene Magers, Münich, Germany
    Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin, Ireland

  • 2006

    The Art Institute of Chicago, USA
    Gallery, New York, USA

  • 2005

    Kerlin Gallery, Dublin, Ireland
    Chinati Foundation, Marfa, USA

  • 2004

    Il Capricornio, Venice, Italy
    Douglas Hyde Gallery, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
    Michael Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles, USA

  • 2003

    Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, USA
    303 Gallery, New York, USA
    Maureen Paley Interim Art, London, UK

  • 2002

    Gallery Side2, Tokyo, Japan
    “Maureen Gallace and Albert York”, Nielsen Gallery, Boston, USA
    Michael Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles, USA

  • 2001

    Galleria Il Capricorno, Venice, Italy
    Kerlin Gallery, Dublin, Ireland
    Fukui City Art Museum, Fukui-shi, Japan

  • 2000

    303 Gallery, New York, USA
    Gallery Side 2, Tokyo, Japan
    Kohn Turner Gallery, Los Angeles, USA

  • 1999

    Texas Gallery, Houston, USA

  • 1998

    Maureen Paley Interim Art, London, UK
    Nielsen Gallery, Boston, USA
    Kohn Turner Gallery, Los Angeles, USA

  • 1997

    303 Gallery, New York, USA
    Johnen & Schottle, Cologne, Germany

  • 1996

    Museum Schloss-Hardenberg, Velbert, Germany, (C)
    Galerie Christian Drantmann, Brussels, Belgium
    Modulo Gallery, Lisbon, Portugal

  • 1995

    Kohn Turner Gallery, Los Angeles, USA
    Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery, New York, USA

  • 1994

    Jack Hanley Gallery, San Francisco, USA
    Nielsen Gallery, Boston, USA

  • 1993

    Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery, New York, USA
    Nielsen Gallery, Boston, USA

  • 1991

    Julian Pretto Gallery, New York, USA

  • 1990

    Julian Pretto Gallery, New York, USA

Group Exhibitions

  • (C) denotes that a catalogue was published in conjunction with the exhibition.

  • 2020

    Drawing 2020, Gladstone Gallery, New York, NY, USA
    Alien Landscape, 303 Gallery, New York, NY, USA
    For a Dreamer of Houses, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX, USA

  • 2019

    America Will Be!: Surveying the Contemporary Landscape, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas, USA

  • 2017

    December, Misako & Rosen, Tokyo, Japan
    Attics of My Life, Jack Hanley Gallery, New York, NY, USA

  • 2016

    Outside, curated by Matthew Higgs, Karma Amagansett, NY, USA

  • 2014

    Stay in Love – Lisa Cooley Fine Art, New York City, NY
    The Morning After, Tyler Wood Gallery, San Francisco, USA

  • 2012

    The Perfect Show – 303 Gallery, New York City, NY

  • 2011

    September 11, MoMa PS1, Museum of Modern Art, New York.
    The House Without the Door, David Zwirner, New York.

  • 2010

    Whitney Biennial 2010, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, (C).

  • 2008

    “Fifty Percent Solitude”, Kerlin Gallery, Dublin, Ireland.
    “The Alliance”, doART, Beijing, China / Seoul, Korea
    “We are Stardust, We are Golden”, Johnen & Schöttle Since 1984”, Johnen & Schöttle, Cologne, Germany

  • 2007

    The Recognitions”, curated by David Salle, Fireplace Project, East Hampton, USA
    Kerlin Gallery, Dublin, Ireland
    ”... a landscape show”, Samson Projects, Boston

  • 2005

    Visiting Faculty Exhibition, Carpenter Center, Harvard University, Cambridge, USA
    “The Wonderful Fund”, Place Ben Youssef, Medina, Marrakech, Morocco

  • 2004

    “Now is a Good Time”, Andrea Rosen Gallery, USA
    “Maureen Gallace and Jack Goldstein”, Art Gallery Side 2, Tokyo, Japan

  • 2003

    Size Matters”, Texas Gallery, Houston, USA
    “School is Out”, curated by Michel Auder, Southfirst, Brooklyn, USA
    “The Great Drawing Show 1550-2003 A.D.”, Michael Kohn Gallery, Los Angles, USA

  • 2002

    “The Holiday Show”, curated by William McKeown, Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin, Ireland
    “Grey Gardens”, curated by Bruce Hainley, Michael Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles, USA
    “Gravity Over Time”, curated by John Pilson, Milleventi, Milan, Italy
    “American Standard: (para) Normality and Everyday Life”, curated by
    Gregory Crewdson, Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York, USA
    “Eight New Paintings”, Kerlin Gallery, Dublin, Ireland
    “Beyond Barbizon”, Elias Fine Art, Allston, USA

  • 2001

    Maureen Gallace and Vincent Fecteau, Gallery Paule Anglim, San Francisco, USA
    “The Devil Is In The Details”curated by Rena Conti and Ivan Moskowotz with
    Brian Calvin, Vince Fecteau, Lily van der Stokker, Paul Thek and
    Richard Tuttle”, Allston Skirts Gallery, Boston, USA
    “I See You2”, curated by Sam Messer & Kiki Smith, Fredericks Freiser Gallery, New York, USA
    Maureen Gallace, Kaye Donachie and James Welling, Maureen Paley Interim Art, London, UK
    “The Way I See it”, with John Currin, Peter Doig, Tim Gardner, Eberhard Havekost, Chantal Joffe, Karen Kilimnik, Sean Landers, Miltos Manetas, Lisa Milroy and Elizabeth Peyton, Galerie Jennifer Flay, Paris, France
    “35th Anniversary Exhibition – Part II”, Nielsen Gallery, Boston, USA
    “At Home” curated by Stephanie Theodore, Lennon Weinberg Gallery, New York, USA

  • 2000

    “The Poetic Landscape”, Barbara Mathes Gallery, New York, USA

  • 1999

    “The Great Drawing Show”, Kohn Turner Gallery, Los Angeles, USA
    Maureen Gallace, Keiko Sono and Brian Calvin, Gallery Side 2, Tokyo, Japan
    “Another Country: The Constructed Landscape”, curated by Augusto Arbizo, Brent Sikkema Gallery and Lawrence Rubin Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, New York, USA

  • 1998

    “‘98 Made in U.S.”, Galleria Il Capricorno, Venice, Italy
    “Painting: Now and Forever, Part I”, Pat Hearn Gallery and Matthew Marks Gallery, New York, USA

  • 1997

    “New Found Land Scape”, Kerlin Gallery, Dublin, Ireland

  • 1996

    “Pittura”, Castello di Rivara Centro d”arte Contemporanea, Rivara, Italy
    “Ideal Standard Life”, Spiral/ Wacoal Art Center, Tokyo, Japan
    “Westchester Celebrates Art”, Neuberger Museum at Purchase College, Purchase, New York, USA
    “The Julian Pretto Collection”, Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, USA
    “5 Women/ 5 Rooms” Maureen Gallace, Anne Harris, Annette Lemieux, Joan Snyder, and Nancy Spero, Nielsen Gallery, Boston, USA
    Maureen Gallace and Hans-Jorg Holubitschka, Johnen & Schottle, Cologne, Germany
    “Drawings from the MAB Library”, AC Project Room, New York, USA

  • 1995

    “Madeleines”, curated by Amanda Trager, Apex Gallery, New York, USA
    “Like Young: Twelve New York Painters”, curated by Ingrid Schaffner, Three Rivers Art Festival, Pittsburgh, USA

  • 1993

    “Medium Messages”, curated by Vik Muniz, Wooster Gardens, New York, USA
    “Works on Paper”, Tom Cugliani Gallery, New York, USA
    Bas Jan Ader, David Deutsch, Maureen Gallace, Rodney Graham, and Mary Lucier, Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery New York, USA
    “Gregory Crewdson, Maureen Gallace, Peggy Preheim”, Elizabeth Koury Gallery, New York, USA
    “Yours”, curated by Michael Jenkins, Wooster Gardens, New York, USA

  • 1992

    “Slow Art/ Painting in New York Now”, curated by Alana Heiss, PS1 Museum, Long Island City, New York, USA

Books & Catalogues

  • 2018

    Luisa Lambri, Maureen Gallace, Fondazione Rolla, 2018.

  • 2016

    frieze A to Z of Contemporary Art, Phaidon Press, London, 2016.

  • 2005

    “Maureen Gallace”, text by Rick Moody, Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin, Ireland.

  • 2003

    Art – A Sex Book, text by John Waters and Bruce Hainley, Thames & Hudson, New York, USA, p. 50, 104, 134-135, 136, 137, 145, 147, 156, 159, 188.
    Maureen Gallace, (C), text by Suzanne Weaver, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, USA.

  • 2002

    America Standard: (Para) Normality and Everyday Life, (C), Barbara
    Gladstone Gallery, New York, USA.

  • 2001

    Line and Space / Landscape, Fukui City Art Museum, Fukui-shi, Japan.

  • 1996

    Maureen Gallace: Landschaften, text by David Rimmanelli, Museum Schloss-Hardenberg, Velbert, Germany.

Selected Bibliography

  • 2017

    Korman, Sam, Maureen Gallace: In the New York-based artist’s work, place becomes perception the moment we turn away from the view, Art Review, Summer 2017, pp. 78-83.
    Jovanovich, Alex, Critics' Picks, artforum.com, June 2017
    Baker, R.C, Sublime Shacks: The Vivid Enigmas of Maureen Gallace's Pastoral Visions, villagevoice.com, 26 April 2017
    Farago, Jason, Maureen Gallace’s Restrained Palette of House, Sea, Sky, nytimes.com, 21 April 2017
    Farago, Jason, Art and Museums in NYC This Week: 'Maureen Gallace: Clear Day', nytimes.com, 13 July 2017.
    Rhodes, David, Maureen Gallace: Clear Day,brooklynrail.org, 7 September 2017.
    Volk, Gregory, Maureen Gallace’s Uneasy Sublime, hyperallergic.com, 6 May 2017

  • 2016

    ----, Maureen Gallace, The American, November / December 2016. p. 62
    Biswas, Allie, ‘Maureen Gallace: ‘I wasn’t straining to do anything clever with such an odd or seemingly unfashionable way of painting’, studiointernational.com, 11 November 2016
    ----, Maureen Gallace at Maureen Paley, London, moussemagazine.it, 8 November 2016
    ----, SC Guide - Herald Street Galleries, somethingcurated.com, 27 October 2016
    ----,An Ideal Itinerary, Frieze Week, Frieze, September 2016, p.13
    ----, Maureen Paley presents the third solo exhibition at the gallery by Maureen Gallace, galleriesnow.net, 23 October 2016
    Petty, Felix, 12 exhibitions to see while frieze is in town, i-d.vice.com, 6 October 2016
    Volk, Gregory, Exhibition Reviews: Maureen Gallace, Art in America, January 2016, pp. 91-92

  • 2015

    Ebony, David, David Ebony’s Top 10 New York Gallery Shows This Fall, news.artnet.com, 22 September 2015.
    Fateman, Johanna, Critics’ Picks: Maureen Gallace, artforum.com, September 2015.
    Johnson, Ken, Zigzagging Across A Cultural Landscape, The New York Times, 6 March 2015, p. C28.
    Johnson, Ken, Review: ‘The Art Show’ at the Park Avenue Armory Covers the Creative Map, nytimes.com, 5 March 2015.
    Schjeldahl, Peter, America at the Edges: Shows by Jim Shaw and Maureen Gallace, newyorker.com, 19 October 2015.
    Smith, Roberta, Maureen Gallace, Small Landscapes Big on Ambiguity, nytimes.com, 22 October 2015.

  • 2011

    Gratza, Agnieszka, The House Without The Door, Flash Art, October 2011, p.107.

  • 2010

    Fox, Dan, Whitney Biennial 2010, Frieze, May 2010, pp.128 – 129.
    Levin, Todd, Whitney Biennial; The Voices of Silence, Flash Art, May / June 2010, pp. 61-62.

  • 2009

    Schad, Ed, Maureen Gallace, Art Review, Summer 2009, p.135.

  • 2008

    Garnett, Daisy, Moving On, Vogue, September 2008, pp. 340-343 & 388.

  • 2007

    Goleas, Janet, ‘The Recognitions’ at Fireplace Project, East Hampton Star, 7 July 2007.
    Schwabsky, Barry, Working Practice: Maureen Gallace, Modern Painters, April 2007.
    In vogue; Maureen Gallace, Vogue, March 2007.

  • 2006

    Artner, Alan, Chicago Tribune, 7 July 2006.
    Bonami, Francesco, Art Forum, December 2006, p.286.
    Camper, Fred, ARTnews, November 2006, p. 196.
    Grabner, Michelle, frieze, issue 102, October 2006, p. 141.
    Hainley, Bruce, “Best of 2006: Maureen Gallace”, Artforum, December 2006, pp. 294-5.
    Lopez, Ruth, Time Out Chicago, 20 July 2006.
    Mast, Audrey, flaovorpill.com, 27 June 2006.
    Perkins, Gregg, artforum.com Critics Picks, 17 July 2006.
    artinfo.com, 11 July 2006.
    “The Glittering Prizes”, The Art Newspaper, March 2006.

  • 2005

    Dunne, Aidan, “Hidden layers of meaning”, The Irish Times, 22 June 2005, p. 2.
    Ihle, Jon, “The Beauty of Small Things”, Magill Magazine, 18 June 2005, p. 37.
    Leen, Catherine, Sunday Times Magazine, 19 June 2005, p. 18.

  • 2004

    Conley, Susan, The Irish Independent, 30 July 2004.
    Dunne, Aidan, “Behind the shiny surfaces of the American dream”, The Irish Times, 6 August 2004, p 12.
    Knight, Christopher, “Around the Galleries”, Los Angeles Times, 20

  • 2003

    Hainley, Bruce, Artforum, Best of 2003, December 2003.
    Johnson, Ken, The New York Times, 21 March, p, E40
    Kutner, Janet, “Northern Exposure”, The Dallas Morning News, 25 June, p.12E

  • 2002

    Bayliss, Sarah, Artnews, June 2002, p. 127.
    Birmingham, Doris, Art New England, June 2002, p.36.
    Boyce, Roger, Art in America, October 2002, pp. 167-8.
    McQuaid, Cate, “Maureen Gallace & Albert York,” The Boston Globe, 23 February 2002.
    Moss, Sarah, architecture, July 2002, p. 104.
    Pagel, David, Los Angeles Times, 28 June 2002, p. F26.
    Sherman, Mary, “Visual Arts: Twin Exhibits feature works by ‘painters’ Painters”, The Boston Herald, 24 February 2002, p.16.
    Temin, Christine, “A dozen options in landscape at ‘Beyond Barbizon’”,
    The Boston Globe, 14 April 2002.

  • 2001

    Daly, Catherine, The Sunday Times, Ireland, 26 August 2001.
    Dunne, Aidan, The Irish Times, 15 August 2001, pp. 13-14.
    Hainley, Bruce, “Seen and not seen”, frieze, March 2001, pp. 74 – 77.
    Iremonger, Anne, The Dubliner, September 2001.
    Kelly, Niamh Ann, CIRCA, winter 2001, pp. 47-48.
    Leahy, Billy, In Dublin, 23 August 2001.
    Mcquaid, Cate, “Simple Scenes”, The Boston Globe, 22 December 2001.
    Ollman, Leah, “So Near, Yet So Far Away”, Los Angeles Times, 12 January 2001 pp. F41-42.
    Scarborough, James, art/text, May 2001, pp. 80-81.
    Sherman, Mary,“Visual Arts: Toale Gallery Exhibit Draws on Trends”, The Boston Herald, 9 December 2001, p. 49.
    “Maureen Gallace’s New England”, Travel & Leisure, February 2001, pp. 132-37.

  • 2000

    Hainley, Bruce, “Best of 2000”, Artforum, December 2000, pp. 132-133.
    Midori, Matsui “Super Flat Landscape”, Bijutsu Techo, September 2000, pp. 36-39.
    Purvis, Jennifer, “The Bright Dwelling-place of Dreams”, The Japan Times, 9 July 2000, p. 13.
    “Goings on About Town”, New Yorker, 17 April 2000, p. 20.

  • 1999

    Decker, Andrew, “Art’s Next Wave” Cigar Aficionado, April 1999, p.174.
    Hainley, Bruce, ”Message to Michael”, frieze, September 1999, pp. 73-77.

  • 1998

    Gallace, Maureen, “Landscape Themes”, Art New England, June 1998, p. 14.
    Ollman, Leah, Los Angeles Times, 25 December 1998, p. F40.

  • 1997

    Pederson, Victoria, “Maureen Gallace at 303 Gallery”, Paper Magazine, June 1997, p. 132.
    Schwabsky, Barry, Artforum, October 1997, p. 98.
    Schwendener, Martha, Flash Art, October 1997, p. 116.
    “Goings on About Town” The New Yorker, 26 May 1997, p. 20.

  • 1996

    Lambrecht, Luk, DeMorgen, September 1996, p. 32.
    Lingemann, Susanne, “Auf der Fuche mach Kunst hinter der Kunst”, Art das Kunstmagazin, May 1996, p. 93.
    Martins, Celso, Expresso, 1996.
    McQuaid, Cate, “A Wealth of Art from Women”, The Boston Globe, 1 February 1996, pp. 57, 60
    Oliveira, Luisa S, Publico, 1996.
    Pinto, Antonio C., Independente, 1996.
    Raynor, Vivien, “Collectors Lend Pieces, From Superb to the So-So”, The New YorkTimes, 14 July 1996.
    Rosengarten, Ruth, Visao, 1996.
    Sherman, Mary, “Visual Arts: Rooms with 5 Views ”, The Boston Herald, 26 January 1996, p.16.

  • 1995

    Hirsch, Faye, “Maureen Gallace”, Artforum, summer 1995, pp. 108-109.
    Shottenkirk, Dena, “New York Brief”, C Magazine, summer 1995, p.39.

  • 1994

    Saltz, Jerry, “A Year in the Life: Tropic of Painting”, Art in America, October 1994 p.96.
    Stapen, Nancy, “In ‘93, Galleries Put Ingenuity on Display”, The Boston Globe, 30 December 1994.

  • 1993

    Parks, Addison, “The Elemental Speech of Quiet Paintings” The Christian Science Monitor, 15 July 1993, p.17.
    Saltz, Jerry, “Let Us Now Praise Artist’s Artist”, Art & Auction, April 1993, pp. 74-79,115.
    Saltz, Jerry, Art in America, November 1993, p.132.
    Smith, Roberta, “Art in Review: Maureen Gallace”, The New York Times, 1 October 1993.
    Stapen, Nancy, “Between Figuration and Abstraction”, The Boston Globe, 5 August 1993.
    Stapen, Nancy, “Changing views of the land”, The Boston Globe, 11 February 1993, pp. 69-74.
    Stapen, Nancy, “Elusive Moments Captured in Paint”, The Boston Globe, 22 April 1993.
    Unger, Miles, “Nielsen Gallery/ Boston, Maureen Gallace”, Art New England, June 1993, p. 58.

  • 1992

    Sherman, Mary, “Exhibit Takes Look at Landscape Art”, The Boston Herald, 19 August 1992, p.39.
    Smith, Roberta, “From New York Painters, Work That Takes Time”, The New York Times, 1 May 1992.
    Wallach, Amei, “The Power of Slow Art”, Newsday, 19 June 1992, p.89.

Lectures & Conversations

  • 2015

    Conversation with Maureen Gallace & Joseph Montebello, Five Points Gallery, Torrington, Connecticut, USA

Collections

Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas, USA
Chinati Foundation, Marfa, Texas, USA
Neuberger & Berman Collection, New York, NY, USA
Penny McCall Foundation, New York, NY, USA
Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, Connecticut, USA
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, USA