Philip Argent


Biographie

   

Philip Argent

Né en 1957 à Londres

Vit et travaille à Santa Barbara, CA 

 

Éducation

M.F.A. University of Nevada, Las Vegas, 1994

M.A. University of Idaho, Moscow, 1990

B.A. (Hons) Cheltenham School of Art, 1985

 

Exposition personnelles (sélection)

 

 

2016               “DATAStream,” Moss Arts Center, Center for the Arts at Virginia Tech, VA. Curated by Margo Crutchfield

                        “Misaligned,” Shoshana Wayne, Santa Monica, CA

 

2011               Container Love,” Art, Design & Architecture Museum Satellite

UCSB, Santa Barbara, CA. Curated by Elyse Gonzales

 

2009               “Restless Zoom,” Shoshana Wayne, Santa Monica, CA

                        “New Paintings,” Stephan Stoyanov, New York, NY

 

2005               Luxe, New York, NY

 

2002               Shoshana Wayne, Santa Monica, CA

                        Galerie Jette Rudolph, Berlin, Germany

 

2001               Shoshana Wayne, Santa Monica, CA

 

1999               Tate, New York, NY      

                        POST, Los Angeles, CA

 

Expositions de groupe (sélection)

2016               “British Invasion,” Museum of Art & History, Lancaster, CA.

                        Curated by Andi Campognone

                        “Shift, Stretch, Expand: Everyday Transformations,” MCA Satellite At Hotel Indigo, Santa Barbara, CA. Curated by Brooke Kellaway

 

2015               Recent Acquisitions,” Marjorie Barrick Museum, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, NV

                        “Rhizome: Multiplicities of Abstraction,” Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

 

2014               U.S. Department of State - Art in Embassies 50th: Jakarta Asean,”

                        Jakarta, Indonesia

                        Panorama+,” Marjorie Barrick Museum, University of Nevada, Las Vegas,

                        NV. Curated by Richard Hooker & Jerry Schefcik

                        “Pictures of Everything,” Harris Gallery, University of La Verne, CA.

                        Curated by Dion Johnson

 

2012               “Happy With Either,” CCS Gallery, UCSB. Curated by Jane Mulfinger and Stephanie Washburn

“Decade: Contemporary Collecting 2002-2012,” Albright Knox Art Gallery,

                        Buffalo, NY. Catalogue

                        “Persistence,” Atkinson Gallery, Santa Barbara City College, CA.

                        Curated by Dane Goodman

2011               “View From Here: Works by Santa Barbara Artists in the Permanent Collection”

                        Santa Barbara Museum of Art, CA. Curated by Julie Joyce

“softcore/ Hard Edge,” East and Peggy Phelps Galleries, Claremont Graduate University, CA.

 

2010               “softcore/Hard Edge,” Art Gallery of Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Curated by David Pagel and Marianne Elder. Catalogue

“Phantoms,” Red House arts Center, Syracuse, NY and Stephan Stoyanov Gallery, New York, NY

 

2009               “The New Irascibles,” Andi Campognone Projects, Pomona, CA.

                        Essay by James Scarborough

California Calling: Works From Santa Barbara Collections, 1948 – 2008,” Santa Barbara Museum of Art, CA. Curated by Julie Joyce

                        “Phantoms,” Le Loft du 202, Brussels, Belgium

“Quietly,” Luxe, New York, NY

 

2008               “Summer Show,”  Shoshana Wayne, Santa Monica, CA                   

“Las Vegas Diaspora,” Laguna art Museum, CA

                       

2007               “Las Vegas Diaspora: The Emergence of Contemporary Art From the Neon Homeland,” Las Vegas Art Museum, NV.

Curated by Dave Hickey. Catalogue

                       

2006               “Populence,” Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art,

Winston-Salem, NC.

 

2005               “Populence,” Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston, TX.

                        Travelled to the Museum of Contemporary Art, Cleveland, OH.

                        Curated by David Pagel. Catalogue

                        “WivesHusbands,” Domestic Setting, Los Angeles, CA. Curated by Michael Gold

                        “L.A.” Lucas Schoormans Gallery, New York, NY

                       

2004               “Now and Then Some,” Claremont Graduate University, CA.

                        Curated by David Pagel

                        “USA Today,” Galleri S.E., Bergen, Norway

“Possible Worlds,” School of Fine Arts Gallery, University of Indiana.

Curated by Dana Sperry

                        “Simply Drawn,” Luxe, New York, NY

                        Stop & Stor,” Luxe, New York, NY

 

2003               "Crossroads," Mannheim Kunstverein, Germany. Catalogue

                        "Growing Up Absurd," Felix Ringel Galerie, Dusseldorf, Germany

 

2002               "Post-Digital Painting," Cranbrook Art Museum, MI.

                        Curated by Joe Houston. Catalogue

                        "21...Paintings From L.A.," Robert V. Fullerton Art Museum, Cal State       

                        University, San Bernardino. Curated by James Gobel. Catalogue

                        "Live Like There's Yes Tomorrow," Sala Diaz, San Antonio, TX and

                        Angstrom Gallery, Dallas, TX

                        "Good Vibrations," Galerie Jette Rudolph, Berlin, Germany

                        "Neo Painting," Young Eun Museum of Contemporary Art, Kwangju,

                        Korea. Catalogue

 

2001               "(Las)Vegans," James Kelly Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM.

                        Curated by Dave Hickey

                        "The Magic Hour," Neue Galerie, Graz, Austria.

                        Curated by Alex Farquharson. Catalogue

                        Pheonix Triennial, Pheonix Art Museum, AZ.

                        Curated by Brady Roberts. Catalogue

                        "Popkonkret," Galerie Jette Rudolph, Berlin, Germany

                        "The Dreams Stuff is Made Of," Frankfurt Art Fair, Germany.

                        Curated by David Pagel

 

2000               "Under the Influence: New Art from L.A.," Kansas City Art Institute, MO

                        "2000 años luz," Centro de Arte La Recova, Tenerife, Canary Islands.  

                        Curated by Angel Luis de la Cruz. Catalogue

                        "The Next Wave," California Center for the Arts, Escondido.

                        Curated by Noriko Gamblin  

                        "Ultralounge," Contemporary Art Museum, University of South Florida, Tampa. Curated by Dave Hickey

                        "Shifting Ground: Transformed Views of the American Landscape,"

                        Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle. Catalogue

 

1999               "Scapeland," Post, Los Angeles, CA. Curated by Emma Jurgensen

                        "Other Paintings," Huntington Beach Art Center, CA.

                        Curated by Julie Joyce. Catalogue

                        "Millennium," Tate, New York, NY. Essay by Norman Bryson

                        "Facts & Fictions - Part II: Los Angeles," Galleria In Arco, Turin, Italy.

                        Curated by Luca  Beatrice. Catalogue

                        "New Paintings From L.A.," Galerie Peter Kilchmann, Zurich, Switzerland

 

1998               "Painting From Another Planet," Deitch Projects, New York, NY.

                        Curated by David Pagel

                        "I-15," POST, Los Angeles, CA. Curated by Jeffrey Vallance  

                        "Ultralounge," Diverse Works, Houston, TX. Curated by Dave Hickey.      

                        Catalogue      

 

1997               "Spot Making Sense," Grand Arts, Kansas City, MO.

                        Curated by David Pagel. Catalogue

                        "The Vegas Show," Rosamund Felsen Gallery, Santa Monica, CA.

                        Curated by Jeffrey Vallance

Publications et Presse 

Beatrice, Luca                        "Facts & Fictions: New International Painting between the

                                    Imaginary and Reality" Exhib. cat. "Facts & Fictions".

                                    Galleria In Arco, Italy. 1999

                                   

Bernbach, Sarah         "Island Hopping" Exhib. cat. "2000 años luz". Galeria

                                    Leyendecker, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands. 2000

 

Bourbon, Matthew      Philip Argent at Tate Review. NY Arts (June 1999), pp. 61, 66

 

Bryson, Norman         Accompanying essay for "Millenium" exhibit @ Tate, New York. 1999  

 

 

Cotter, Holland                      "Painting From Another Planet" Review. New York Times

                                    (July 24, 1998), p.E35

 

Ewing, John                 “Quietly @ Luxe Gallery” Review. Artlies (Spring 2009)

 

Harvey, Doug             "Synthetics" Review. LA Weekly (November 16, 2001), p. 48

 

Helfand, Glen              “Las Vegas Diaspora” Review. Artforum Online (December, 2007)

 

Hickey, Dave              “One Neon Decade” Exhib. Cat., “Las Vegas Diaspora: The Emergence of Contemporary Art from the Neon Homeland”. Las Vegas Art Museum & Bright City Books. September 2007

"Best of the 90's" Review. Artforum (December 1999), p. 113

                                    "Lounge Singers" Exhib. cat. "Ultralounge; The Return of Social Space (With Cocktails)". DiverseWorks, Houston, TX. 1998

                                   

Joyce, Julie                 "Other Paintings" Exhib. cat., Huntington Beach Art Center, CA. 1999

 

Kim, Mi Jin                  “Paintings in the New Era” Exhib. cat., “Neo Painting”. Young Eun

                                    Museum of Contemporary Art, Kwangju, Korea. 2002

 

King, Sarah S.             "Report from Santa Fe: Sin City Sampler" Art in America

                                    (July 2002), pp. 51-52        

 

Knight, Christopher    “45 Painters Under 45” Feature. Los Angeles Times (December 2, 2007), Ill. (front cover)

“Embracing and Refining Las Vegas Gaudy” Review. Los Angeles Times

                                    Calendar (November 20, 2007), pp. E1-5   

"Catching the 'Next Wave' of Painters"  Review. Los Angeles Times Calendar (June 20, 2000), pp. F1-8

                                    Art & Architecture: Year in Review "Diverse Forces Remake the Seen" Los Angeles Times Calendar  (December 26, 1999), pp. 68-69

 

Lyall, Marta                "Traversing the Wilderness of  Body" Exhib.cat. "ShiftingGround: Transformed Views of the American Landscape". Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle. 2000

 

Man, Rebecca             Accompanying essay for anthology “1001 Paintings You Must See  Before You Die” Universe Pub., March 2007, (Ed. Stephen Farthing),

                                    p. 923

 

Miles, Christopher     "A Conversation About 21 Painters" Exhib. Cat., "21 Paintings   From LA". Robert V. Fullerton Art Museum, Cal State University, San Bernardino, 2002

                                    Terri Friedman and Philip Argent Review. Artforum Online (November, 2001)

                 

Moret, A.                      “Philip Argent: ‘Misaligned’ “ Review. Art Ltd (March 1, 2016)

 

Pagel, David                “Beautiful Disruption” Review. Los Angeles Times Calendar

                                  (January 22, 2016), p. E17               

                                  “Ingenious Adaptation” Essay for exhibition catalogue, “Decade”.

                                   Albright Knox Art Gallery Pub., August 2012, p. 28

“Up Close and Different” Exhib. Cat., “softcore/Hard Edge. Art Gallery of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. 2010        

“Shock Waves on Canvas” Review. Los Angeles Times Calendar

                                    (June 5, 2009), p. D18

“Not Your Father’s Pop”  Exhib. cat., “Populence”. Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston, TX. 2005                         

"Playing Color Against Expanses of Blankness" Review.  

                                    Los Angeles Times (September 20, 2002), p. F25

                                    "Facts & Fictions II: Los Angeles" Exhib. cat. "Facts & Fictions". Galleria In Arco, Italy. 1999

                                    Philip Argent at POST Review. Los Angeles Times (May 7, 1999),

pp. F24- 25

                                    "Visual Stimulation in L.A.; Painting From Another Planet"

                                    Flash Art (Summer 1998), pp. 116-120

                                    "Aperto Los Angeles" Flash Art (March-April 1998), pp. 75-76

                                    "Spot Making Sense" Exhib. cat., Grand Arts, Kansas City, MO. 1997

                                   

Parazette, Aaron        “Searchers” Artlies (Summer 2005), pp. 20-28

 

Pesanti, Heather          “What Happened to Painting?” Essay for exhibition catalogue,

“Decade”. Albright Knox Art Gallery Pub., August 2012, pp. 179, 181

 

Roberts, Brady                       "Global and Local Practices in Southwestern Art" Exhib. cat., 2001 Pheonix Triennial. Pheonix Art Museum, AZ. 2001

 

Rugoff, Ralph              "Jeffrey Vallance's Strip Shows" Artforum (May 1996), p. 85

 

Scarborough, James  Accompanying essay for “The New Irascibles” exhibit @ Andi

                                    Campognone Projects, Pomona, CA. Jan. 2010

 

Schjeldahl, Peter        "Ultraloungerie" Review.Village Voice (June 23, 1998), p.153

 

Schwendener,                         "Planet Hollywood: Ten young painters from Los Angeles

Martha                                    touch down at Deitch Projects" Review. Time Out, New York

                                    (July 1998), p.62

 

Simblist, Noah                        “Lone Star Report” Review. Zerodegreesart.com. 2006

 

Sperry, Dana              “Possible Worlds” Exhib. cat., School of Fine Arts Gallery,

                                    Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. 2004

 

Stather, Martin                       “Crossroads” Exhib. cat., Mannheimer Kunstverein, Germany. 2003

 

Woodard, Josef            “Tales of Topographical Notions” Review. Santa Barbara News Press Scene Magazine (October 21, 2011), pp. 47-48

 

Collections

Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
Albright-Knox, Buffalo, NY
Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbra, CA