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Maureen McQuillan is represented by McKenzie Fine Art, New York, NY

Born: New York, NY.

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2015:   Maureen McQuillan: Process Color, McKenzie Fine Art, NYC. Solo exhibition.
2011:   New View 6, CONTEMPORARY MUSEUM, Baltimore, MD.
2010:   Necessary Detours, McKENZIE FINE ART, New York, NY. (catalogue)
2007:   McKENZIE FINE ART, New York, NY.
2005:   G-MODULE, Paris, France.
2004:   McKENZIE FINE ART, New York, NY.
2001:   JAMES GRAHAM & SONS, New York, NY.
2000:   HAINES GALLERY (Project Space), San Francisco, CA.
1999:   JAMES GRAHAM & SONS, New York, NY. (catalogue)

GROUP EXHIBITIONS (selected)

2017:   More Women Painting, Design Sublime, Miami, FL
            Tremolo, Rick Wester Fine Art, New York, NY
            Hoping for Clear Skies, Margaret Thatcher Projects, New York, NY
2016:   Luscious, Brattleboro Museum and Art Center, VT
            Visual Inquiries: Artists Inspired by Science, Fingesten Gallery Pace University, NY, NY
            NOMENcoLorATURE, Studio 10, Brooklyn, NY
            Spectrum, Laura Korman Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
            50 Shades of Red, Herter Gallery University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA (Catalogue)
            Coast to Color, Laura Korman Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
2015:   Displaced Landscape, Delaware Valley Arts Alliance, Narrowsburg, PA. Group show curated by Theresa Hackett.
            Holiday Salon, Lesley Heller Workspace, New York, NY
2014:   Color as Structure, McKENZIE FINE ART, New York, NY.
            Collection Gilles Balmet, Le VOG Centre d’Art Contemporain de la Ville de Fontaine,
            France and l’Ecole Supérieure d’Art et Design, Grenoble, France

2012:   Line and Plane, McKENZIE FINE ART, New York, NY.
2011:   Wavelength, STOREFRONT, Brooklyn, NY.
2010:   Art on Paper 2010: The 41st Exhibition, WEATHERSPOON ART MUSEUM, Greensboro, NC.
            Text ó Graphica, GALERÍA NACIONAL, San José, C.R. Traveling exhibition.

2009:   Weather Channel, ISLIP ART MUSEUM, East Islip, NY. Curated by Karen Shaw. (Catalogue)
            Drawings, McKENZIE FINE ART, New York, NY.
 
           Alumni Exhibition, NEW YORK STUDIO SCHOOL GALLERY, New York, NY.  Curated by Sean Scully.
            Linear Abstraction, McKENZIE FINE ART, New York, NY.
2008:   Horror Vacui, McKENZIE FINE ART, New York, NY.
            Fundamental Abstraction ll: In memory of Kim Wauson, HAINES GALLERY, San Francisco, CA.
            g-salon, G-MODULE GALLERIE, Paris, France.
2007:   Black & Light, KLEINERT/JAMES ARTS CENTER, Woodstock, NY.  Curated by Heather Hutchison.
            Current, ROBISCHON GALLERY, Denver, CO.
2006:   Flow Miami, McKENZIE FINE ART, Miami, FL.
2005:   Good Vibrations, McKENZIE FINE ART, New York, NY.
            Linear Geography, BERNARD TOALE GALLERY, Boston, Massachusetts.
            Head Over Hand: Pushing the Limits of Paint, DENISE BIBRO FINE ART, New York, NY. [Catalogue]. Curated by Shane McAdams.
            Lines & Curves, LIMN GALLERY, San Francisco, CA. Curated by Christine Duval.
            FIAC, G-MODULE, Paris, France.
            Art Brussels, G-MODULE, Brussels, Belgium.
2004:   Moving Outlines, THE CONTEMPORARY MUSEUM, Baltimore, Maryland.
            David Mann & Maureen McQuillan, MUSEUM OF OUTDOOR ARTS, Englewood, CO.
            Espacio Negativo Terrano Nyorguino, GALERÍA NACIONAL, San José, Costa Rica. [Catalogue] Curated by Pamela Lawton.
            Art Rotterdam 2004, G-MODULE, Wilhelminakade, Rotterdam, Netherlands.
2003:   Line Dancing, ISLIP ART MUSEUM, East Islip, NY. (Catalogue) Curated by Karen Shaw.
            Stroke, SCHROEDER ROMERO, Brooklyn, NY.
            Art Rotterdam 2002, G-MODULE, Wilhelminakade, Rotterdam, Netherlands.
2002:   Tilt, CHRISTINEROSE GALLERY, New York, NY.
            About Paper, KRISTEN FREDERICKSON CONTEMPORARY ART, New York, NY. (Brochure)
            Waves, THE WORK SPACE, New York, NY. Curated by Lesley Heller.
            25th Anniversary Selections Exhibition, THE DRAWING CENTER, New York, NY.
2001:   Hydro, MARCEL SITCOSKE GALLERY, San Francisco, CA. Curated by Erin Parish.
            Drawing (Selected), G-MODULE, Paris, France.
            Small Works, LINDA SCHWARTZ GALLERY, Cincinnati, OH.
2000:   Blurry Lines, JOHN MICHAEL KOHLER ARTS CENTER, Sheboygan, WI. Curated by Andrea Inselmann.
            Another Story Altogether, THE COLLEGE OF NEW ROCHELLE, NY. (Brochure). Curated by Katherine Gass & Wennie Huang.
            Drawing, PERCY MILLER GALLERY, London, England.
            Fluid Flow, JAMES GRAHAM & SONS, New York, NY. Curated by Valerie McKenzie.
            Art 2000 Contemporary Art Fair, PERCY MILLER GALLERY, London, England.
            Drawing, TRANS HUDSON GALLERY, New York, NY. Curated by Joseph Szoecs.
            Live from New York, HAINES GALLERY, San Francisco, CA. Curated by Kim Wauson.
1999:   Pattern, JAMES GRAHAM & SONS, New York, NY. Curated by Valerie McKenzie.
            Drawing, MARGARET THATCHER PROJECTS, New York, NY.
            Xmas, KENT GALLERY, New York, NY. Curated by The Department.
            Cremolata Flotage, STATEN ISLAND FERRY, New York, NY. Curated by Sue Spaid.
1998:   Selections Fall ‘98, THE DRAWING CENTER, New York, NY. (Brochure)
1997:   Sweet and Low, SHERRY FRUMKIN GALLERY, Santa Monica, CA.
            Better Color through Chemistry, ISLIP ART MUSEUM, East Islip, NY. (Catalogue). Curated by Karen Shaw.
            The Whole World in a Small Painting, TRANS HUDSON GALLERY, New York, NY. Curated by Joseph Szoecs.
            White Out, THE WORK SPACE, New York, NY. (brochure) Curated by Theresa Hackett.
1996:   GALLERY 7, Hong Kong. (catalogue)
            Black White & Blue, 450 BROADWAY GALLERY, New York, NY. Curated by Theresa Chong.
1992:   Travel & Leisure, FOUR WALLS, Brooklyn, NY.
1990:   Alumni Exhibition, NEW YORK STUDIO SCHOOL, New York, NY.

EDUCATION

            Columbia University, New York, NY, B.A. English, 1985.
            New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting & Sculpture, New York, NY, 1985-88.

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

            Cantor Fitzgerald, New York
            The Contemporary Museum of Art & Design, San Jose, Costa Rica
            Estée Lauder, New York
            Goldman, Sachs & Co., New York
            Heller Ehrman, San Francisco
            The Jackson Laboratory, Maine
            Josie Robertson Surgery Center Memorial Sloan Kettering Hospital, NY
            Millennium Partners Contemporary Collection, New York
            National Gallery, Costa Rica
            Nine-Zero Hotel, Boston
            Pfizer, Inc., New York
            Sprint Nextel Art Collection, Overland Park, KS

RESIDENCIES

2016:   Marble House Project, Dorset, ME
2007:   The Carriage House, The Islip Art Museum, East Islip, NY.
1992:   Artist's Residency, MILLAY COLONY FOR THE ARTS, Austerlitz, NY.

CURATORIAL

1999:   Phenotypology, HALLWALLS CONTEMPORARY ARTS CENTER, Buffalo, New York.

BIBLIOGRAPHY (selected)

            Faucett, Mimi. "A Minimalist 1930s Apartment with Iconic Views," architecturaldigest.com, Oct. 29, 2016. (Illus.)
            Xavier, Francis. "A Conversation with Maureen McQuillan", LA Examiner, February 2016
            "Maureen McQuillan: Drawing Color", Interalia Magazine, January 2016 Issue  
            "Maureen McQuillan: The Infinite Possibilities of Line", Interalia Magazine, March 2015 Issue           
            Landi, Ann.  "Color as Structure at McKenzie Fine Art," ArtNews, October 2014 issue, p. 114.
            Petkanas, Stephen. Architectural Digest, "Social Studies - Sephen Gambrel Pays Homage..." September 2012, reproduction p. 174
            Sposato, Jesse.  "Riding the Brain Waves," Greenpoint Gazette, February 3, 2011.
            Eden, Xandra.  Catalogue essay for the exhibition Art on Paper at The Weatherspoon Art Museum, Nov. 2010 (reproduction).
            Butler, Sharon.  “Drawing Links,” Two Coats of Paint art blog, www.twocoatsofpaint.com, November 11, 2010.            
            Spaid, Sue. "Magical Marks: Peering Through, Seeing As, and Discovering More than Meets the Eye," catalogue essay for
            Maureen McQuillan: Necessary Detours at McKenzie Fine Art, March, 2010.
            Mattera, Joanne. "Central Time," Joanne Mattera Art Blog, May 14, 2010.
            Genocchio, Benjamin.  “Art Review: The Weather We Barely Notice,” The New York Times, October 9, 2009 (reproduction).
            Baker, Kenneth. “Wauson Remembered at Haines,” San Francisco Chronicle, July 5, 2008, p. (reproduction).
            Smart, Paul.  “Talk About Culture: Chiaroscuro at Kleinart/James,” Woodstock Times, June 28, 2007, pp 32-33  (reproduction).
            Voelz Chandler, Mary. “Creating a Flow,” Rocky Mountain News, March 30, 2007.
            Artworld Digest, “Seed,” Spring 2007 Issue, pp. 7, 19 (reproduction).
            Quirós, Luis Fernando.  “Espacio Negativo/ Terreno Nyorquino: Una linea de lectura,” Dardo, Issue 003, March 2007  (reproduction).
            McAdams, Shane.  “Talking Shop with McKenzie Fine Art,” Chelsea Now, Volume 1, Issue 10, December 1-7, 2006, p. 20.
            Baker, Kenneth.  “Lovely lines draw the eye at Limn Gallery,” San Francisco Chronicle, July 9, 2005, p. E10  (reproduction).
            D’Architectures, N¾ 145, April 2005, Guide pp 42-43.
            McQuaid, Kate. “Exhibit tracks the trend of mapping out truth and beauty,” The Boston Globe,
            January 21, 2005, p C18. (reproduction).
            Ellingboe, Sonya. “New York City artists’ work complements dance,” Englewood Herald, October 22, 2004.
            Herrera, Sofía. “Curando el pasado,” La Republica, October 11, 2004, p 30.
            Shapiro, David. Catalogue essay for Espacio Negativo Terrano Nyorguino, October, 2004.
            McCabe, Bret. “Moving Outlines,” Baltimore City Paper, March 24, 2004.
            Harrison, Helen. “When the Line Itself Is the Main Attraction,” The New York Times, May 11, 2003.
            Greben, Deidre. “An Exercise in Reading Between the Lines
,” Newsday, April 25, 2003.
            Shaw, Karen. Catalog essay, “Line Dancing,” April, 2003.
            Aukeman, Anastasia. “About Paper,”Art on Paper, December 2002, pp. 61-62 (reproduction).
            Danto, Ginger. “About Paper,” ARTnews, December 2002, p. 120.
            Calvert, Katherine. “Doing Up the Mount,” Victoria, November 2002, p 54 (color reproduction).
            Frederickson, Kristen. About Paper brochure , September, 2002 (color reproduction).
            Tabios, Eileen. My Romance, Giraffe Books, 2001, p 49 (reproduction).
            Afable, Jade. “Hydro at Marcel Sitcoske Gallery, San Francisco,” Reviewwest.com. January, 2001.
            Tabios, Eileen. “Hydro at Marcel Sitcoske Gallery, San Francisco,” Reviewny.com. December 15, 2000.
            Lombardi, Dominick. “Abstracting the Meaning: Looking at the World and Reflecting It Back in a New Way,”
            The New York Times, September 24, 2000.
            Gass, Katherine. Another Story Altogether: Abstraction in Painting Today brochure, September, 2000 (color reproduction).
            Bonetti, David. “Gallery Watch: Driven to Dynamic Abstraction,” San Francisco Examiner, January 28, 2000.
            Hunt, David. Time Out New York, Reviews, “In Tense” at Videoland, Nov. 4-11, 1999 (color reproduction).
            Laster, Paul. Artnet.com Magazine, “Brooklyn Spice,” October, 1999.
            Everett, Deborah. NY Arts Magazine Vol. 4, No. 7, “Pattern,” July/August, 1999.
            Huntington, Richard. “Exploring the Sights Created in Science” Buffalo News, May 16, 1999. [Phenotypology]
            Tabios, Eileen. Ecstatic Mutations, Giraffe Books, 1999. (color reproduction)
            Freedman, Matt. Catalogue essay for Maureen McQuillan: Drawings at James Graham & Sons, May, 1999.
            Everett, Deborah. NY Arts Magazine, “The Drawing Center - Selections Fall ‘98,” October, 1998.
            Harrison, Helen A. “Studies in Tone on Tone,” The New York Times, August 31, 1997