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14 December 2017 – 27 January 2018

Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC

JOSEPH YOAKUM + ROBYN O’NEIL Installation View, 2017 Courtesy of Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC


Argyle Canyon, Utah, n.d. Ballpoint pen on paper 8 x 10 in. Sheet 18 x 20 1/2 in. Frame

Great Dividing Range of Queensland sector near Brisbane, Australia, 1963 Ballpoint pen on paper 12 x 18 in. Sheet 20 x 26 1/8 in. Frame

Bold Prairie, Concord, New Hampshire, n.d. Colored pencil, graphite on paper 8 x 10 in. Sheet 11 x 12 3/4 in. Frame

Mt. Blanc. Graian Alps Near Chemoix France, n.d. Ink on paper 11 3/4 x 17 3/4 in. Sheet 18 x 24 in. Frame

Mtn Range, Athens, Greece, n.d. Ballpoint pen on paper 12 x 17 1/2 in. Sheet 20 x 26 1/8 in. Frame

Mt. McKinley in Rocky Mountain Range on Pacific Ocean near Fairbanks, Alaska, 1970 Colored pencil and ink on paper 8 1/2 x 11 in. Sheet 15 x 17 1/2 in. Frame


Menagerie, 2016 Graphite on paper 13 1/8 x 18 1/2 in. Sheet 15 1/2 x 21 1 /4 in. Frame

The Everywhere Citadel, 2016 Graphite on paper 38 1/2 x 60 1/4 in. Sheet 42 1/4 x 64 1/4 Framed

The Mercy Quartet, 2016 Graphite on paper 34 1/8 x 60 in. Sheet 38 1/8 x 64 1/8 in. Frame

Everybody Loves Something (even if it's only tortillas), 2017 Graphite on paper 22 3/4 x 30 in. Sheet 25 3/4 x 32 3/4 in. Frame

Horse Latitudes, 2017 Graphite on paper 8 3/8 x 12 in. Sheet 10 1/2 x 15 in. Frame


Dog, 2017 Ash, shellac, steel and oil over metal leaf 26 x 52 1/2 x 22 in.

goD, 2017 Ash, shellac, steel and oil over metal leaf 10 3/4 x 32 1/2 x 11 1/2 in.

Dawg, 2017 Ash, shellac, steel and oil over metal leaf 11 1/2 x 27 x 12 in.

Wiener X, 2017 Ash, shellac, steel and oil over metal leaf 11 x 28 x 11 1/2 in.

Mutt Zero, 2017 Ash, shellac, steel and oil over metal leaf 11 1/2 x 31 1/2 x 11 1/2 in.

ERIC FERTMAN Installation View, 2018 Courtesy of Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC


JOSEPH E. YOAKUM 1890 Born in Ash Grove, MO 1972 Died in Illinois Born in Missouri, lived and worked in Chicago SOLO EXHIBITIONS


“Joseph E. Yoakum: Drawings,” Fine Arts Center, University of Rhode Island,


“Joseph E. Yoakum 1886-1972 Spiritual Unfoldments,” Carl Hammer Gallery,



Kingston, RI 1972

Kenyon Gallery, Chicago, IL

“Joseph Yoakum,” The Mayor Gallery,

“Joseph E. Yoakum: Drawings,”

London, UK

Montgomery Ward Gallery, Chicago Circle

“Joseph Yoakum: Line and Landscape,”

Center, University of Illinois at Chicago

Smart Museum of Art, Chicago, IL

Circle, Chicago, IL

“The Picture Tells the Story: The Drawings

“Joseph E. Yoakum,” The Whitney Museum

of Joseph E. Yoakum,” Intuit, Chicago, IL 1997

“Grace Catches Fire: A Selection of

of American Art, NYC 1970

Visionary Stones with the Drawings of Gallery, NYC

University Park, PA 1969

“Force of a Dream: The Drawings of Joseph E. Yoakum,” Art Institute of Chicago,

“Joseph Yoakum: Recent Paintings,” Edward Sherbeyn Gallery, Chicago, IL


Chicago, IL 1989

“The World of Joseph E. Yoakum,” Pennsylvania State University Art Museum,

Joseph Yoakum,” Cavin-Morris/Project 1995

“Joseph E. Yoakum: Drawings,” Douglas

Chicago, IL

“Joseph E. Yoakum,” Edward Sherbeyn Gallery, Chicago, IL

“Animistic Landscapes,” Janet Fleisher Gallery, Philadelphia, PA


“Joseph E. Yoakum: Selected Drawings from the Collection,” Richard L. Nelson


Gallery and the Fine Arts Collection, University of California, Davis, CA


National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. 2017

1982 1975

“Joseph Yoakum & Robyn O’Neil,” Susan

“Joseph Yoakum: A Comprehensive

Inglett Gallery, NYC

Exhibition of Works from the Collections,”

“The Museum of Everything,” Museum of

Carl Hammer Gallery, Chicago

Old and New Art, Hobart, Australia

“Joseph E. Yoakum,” A Survey of

“Graphite Vision,” Schick Skidmore College

Drawings,” Memorial Union Art Gallery, 1985

“Outliers and American Vanguard Art,”

Gallery, Saratoga Springs, NY

University of California, Davis, CA


“In a Series,” Adam Baumgold Gallery, NYC

“Joseph E. Yoakum: Drawings,” Hirschl &


“Vodun, Vodou, Conjure: The Animistic Arts

Adler Modern Gallery, NYC

of The African Diaspora,” Cavin-Morris

“Joseph E. Yoakum: Drawings,” Hammer

Gallery, NYC

and Hammer Gallery, Chicago, IL

“Joan Nelson and Joseph Yoakum,” Adams

“Joseph E. Yoakum: Drawings, 1886-1972,” Gallery 200, Northern Illinois University,

and Ollman, Portland, OR 2014

DeKalb, IL “Joseph E. Yoakum: Drawings,” Artist’s House, New York

“Enigmas Rapt in Mysteries,” Cavin-Morris Gallery, NYC


“Carnegie International,” Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA



2008 2006

“The Open Eye,” John Michael Kohler Arts

University, Columbus, OH; Museum of

Center, Sheboygan, WI

American Folk Art, NYC

“Tracking the Narrative of ‘Outsider’ Art,”

“Self-Taught Artists of the Twentieth

Galerie St. Etienne, NYC

Century: Perspectives on Patterning,”

“Great and Mighty Things: Outsider Art

Museum of American Folk Art, NYC

from the Sheldon and Jill Bonovitz

“In and Out: Naïve Folk and Self-Taught

Collection,” Philadelphia Museum of Art,

Artists from the Collection,” The Menil

Philadelphia, PA

Collection, Houston, TX

“Castle in Context,” Fleisher/Ollman

“Hidden Aspects: A Selection of Works on

Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

Paper and Other Materials from the Roger

“Inner Worlds Outside,” traveling exhibition,

Brown Study Collection of the School of the

Sala de Exposiciones de la Fundacíon ‘La

Art Institute of Chicago,” Roger Brown

Caixa,’ Madrid, Spain; Whitechapel Gallery,

Study Collection of the School of the Art

London, UK; Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, Ireland 1999

Institute of Chicago, IL 1997

Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL

Chicago,” traveling exhibition, Halle Sainte

“Flying Free-Twentieth Century Self-Taught

Pierre, Paris, France; Terra Museum of Art,

Art from the Collection of Elin and Baron

Chicago, IL

Gordon,” Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art

“Surreal Landscapes: Henry Darger, Joseph

Center, Williamsburg, VA

Parker, Eugene von Bruenchenhein, Joseph

“Outsider Art: An Exploration of Chicago

Yoakum,” Carl Hammer Gallery, Chicago IL

Collections,” Chicago Cultural Center,

“Drawn from Artists’ Collections,” traveling exhibition, The Drawing Center, NYC;


“Art in Chicago, 1945-1995,” Museum of

“Art Outsider et Folk Art des Collections de

Chicago, IL 1996

“Off Center: Outsider Art in the Midwest,”

Armand Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA

Museum of American Art, St. Paul, MN

“Outsider Art: Tradition vs. Obsession,” Carl

“Sacred Waters: Twentieth Century

Hammer Gallery, Chicago, IL

Outsiders and the Sea,” South Street

“Defining Their Times-Masterworks by

Seaport Museum, NYC

Twentieth Century Self-Taught Artists,”

“Since the Harlem Renaissance: Sixty Years

Fleisher/Ollman Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

of African American Art,” Art Institute of

“American Masters: A Study Collection,”

Chicago, Chicago, IL

Intuit, Chicago, IL

“In Pursuit of the Invisible: Sections from

“Humble Beginnings: Awesome Legacies,”

the Collection of Janice and Micky Cartin,”

Afro-American Cultural Center, Charlotte,

The Sue and Eugene Mercy, Jr., Gallery,


Richmond Art Center, Loomis Chaffee

“Self-Taught Artists of the Twentieth Century: An American Anthology,” traveling

School, Windsor, CT 1995

“A World of Their Own: Twentieth Century

exhibition, Philadelphia Museum of Art,

American Folk Art,” Newark Museum,

Philadelphia, PA; High Museum of Art,

Newark, NJ

Atlanta, GA; Amon Cater Museum and the

“Chicago Connectors: Ten Self-Taught

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Fort

Visions Intersect the Mainstream,” Carl

Worth, TX; Memorial Art Gallery of the

Hammer Gallery, Chicago, IL

University of Rochester, Rochester, NY; Wexner Center for the Arts, Ohio State




“Peace on Earth. Eddie Arning, Tony

Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Arts Center,

Fitzpatrick, Kamante Gature, Marcy

Williamsburg, VA

Hernandez, Joseph Yoakum,” Janet

“Driven to Create: The Anthony Petullo

Fleisher Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

Collection of Self-Taught and Outsider Art,”

“The Tree of Life,” American Visionary Art

traveling exhibition, Museum of American

Museum, Baltimore, MD

Folk Art, NYC; Milwaukee Museum of Art,

“Free Within Ourselves: African American

Milwaukee, WI; Krannert Art Museum,

Artists in the Collection of the National

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,

Museum Art,” traveling exhibition,

Champaign, IL; Akron Art Museum, Akron,

Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT; IBM

OH; Tampa Art Museum, Tampa, FL

Gallery of Science and Art, NYC; Crocker

“Parallel Visions,” traveling exhibition, Los

Museum of Art, Sacramento, CA; Memphis

Angeles County Museum of Art, Los

Brooks Museum, Memphis, TN; Columbus

Angeles, CA; Museo Nacional Reina Sofia,

Museum, Columbus, GA

Madrid, Spain; Kunsthalle, Basel,

“The Harmon and Harriet Kelley Collection

Switzerland; Setagaya Art Museum, Tokyo,

of African American Art,” traveling


exhibition, San Antonio Museum of Art, San

“Visionaries, Outsiders and Spiritualists,”

Antonio, TX; El Paso Museum of Art, El

David Winton Gallery, List Art Center,

Paso, TX; Michael C. Carlos Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA; Butler Institute of American


Brown University, Providence, RI 1992

“Contemporary American Folk Art: The

Art, Youngstown, OH; Hunter Museum of

Balsley Collection,” Patrice and Beatrice

Art, Chattanooga, TN; Museum of History &

Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette

Science, Smithsonian Institution,

University, Milwaukee, WI

Washington, D.C.

“Dream Seekers, Story Tellers: An African

“Heartland Visions: Nine Self-Taught Artists

American Presence,” traveling exhibition,

from Chicago and Vicinity,” Carl Hammer

Fukui Fine Arts Museum, Fukui, Japan;

Gallery, Chicago, IL

Tokushima Modern Art Museum, Tokushima,

“Philadelphia Wireman and Joseph

Japan; Otani Memorial Art Museum, Otani,

Yoakum,” Janet Fleisher Gallery,

Japan; New Jersey State Museum, Trenton,

Philadelphia, PA


“Black History and Artistry: Work by Self-

“Without Parallel,” Ricco/Maresca Gallery,

Taught Painters and Sculptors from the Blanchard-Hill Collection,” Sidney Mishkin

NYC 1991

Gallery, Baruch College/CUNY, NYC “Common Ground-Uncommon Vision: The

“Different Drummer: Works by American Self-Taught Artists,” Metlife Gallery, NYC


“American Outsiders and Visionaries,”

Michael and Julie Hall Collection of

Davis-McClain Gallery, Houston, TX

American Folk Art,” traveling exhibition,

“Image: Contemporary Drawing,” Janet

Milwaukee Museum of Art, Milwaukee

Fleisher Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

Museum of Art, Milwaukee, WI; Nelson-

“Made with Passion: The Hemphill Folk Art

Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO;

Collection,” National Museum of American

Albright Knox Gallery of Art, Buffalo, NY;

Art, Washington, D.C.

Phoenix Museum of Art, Phoenix, AZ;

“Outsiders: Artists Outside the

Delaware Museum of Art, Wilmington, DE;

Mainstream,” Octagon Center for the Arts, Ames, IA


JOSEPH E. YOAKUM “The Cutting Edge: Contemporary American

Manchester, UK; Aberystwyth Art Center,

Folk Art,” Museum of American Folk Art,

Aberystyth, UK


“Paintings and Sculpture by Black Self-

“The Singular Imagination,” Phyllis Kind

Taught Artists,” Janet Fleisher Gallery,

Gallery, Chicago, IL

Philadelphia, PA

“Visions: Expressions Beyond the

“Visionary Landscapes: Works by Four Self-

Mainstream from Chicago Collections,” The Arts Club of Chicago, Chicago, IL 1989

Taught Artists,” Cavin-Morris Gallery, NYC 1986

Contemporary America,” Museum of

Museum, Trenton, NJ

American Folk Art, NYC

“Viewpoints VII: 20th Century American

“Naivety in Art,” traveling exhibition,

Landscape Drawings,” M. H. DeYoung

Setagaya Art Museum Tokyo, Japan;

Memorial Museum, Fine Arts Museums of

Tochigi Prefectural Museum of Fine Arts,

San Francisco, San Francisco, CA

Tochigi, Japan

“African American Artists, 1880-1987:

“Outsiders: Art Beyond the Norms,” Rosa

Selections from the Evans-Tibbs

Esman Gallery, NYC

Collection,” Smithsonian Institution

“The Imagist Tradition: Chicago in the

Traveling Exhibition service, Washington,

70’s,” Janet Fleisher Gallery, Philadelphia,



“Gifted Visions: Black American Folk Art,”

“Visionary Works on Paper,” Janet Fleisher

Nashua Fine Arts Center, Nashua, NH “Outsider Art: The Black Experience,” Carl


“Muffled Voices: Folk Artists in

“A Density of Passions,” New Jersey State

Gallery, Philadelphia, PA 1985

“A Time to Reap: Late-Blooming Folk

Hammer Gallery, Chicago, IL

Artists,” traveling exhibition, Seton Hall

“Drawings by Master Visionaries,” Carl

University, South Orange, NJ; Museum of

Hammer Gallery, Chicago, IL

American Folk Art, NYC; Monmouth County

“Worlds of Wonder,” Memorial Gallery, Mills

Historical Association, Freehold, NJ; Allen

College, Oakland, CA

House, Shrewsbury, NJ; Noyes Museum,

“American Mysteries: The Rediscovery of

Oceanville, NJ

Outsider Art,” San Francisco Arts

“Masterpieces of Folk Art,” Janet Fleisher

Commission Gallery, San Francisco, CA “American Outsider Art: A Few People Have

Gallery, Philadelphia, PA 1984

“Artists of the Black Experience,”

Imagination for Reality,” George Cicle

University of Illinois at Chicago Circle,

Gallery, Baltimore, MD

Chicago, IL

“In Another World: Outsider Art from

“Joseph Yoakum: His Influence on

Europe and America,” traveling exhibition,

Contemporary Art and Artists,” traveling

South Bank Centre, London, UK; Ferens

exhibition, Carl Hammer Gallery, Chicago,

Gallery of Art, Hull, UK; Milton Keynes

IL; Janet Fleisher Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

Exhibition Gallery, Saxon Gate East, UK;

“Major Black Folk Artists,” Janet Fleisher

Wolverhampton Art Gallery, Wolverhampton, UK; Graves Art Gallery,

Gallery, Philadelphia, PA 1983

Sheffield, UK; Stoke-on-Trent City Museum

Naïve and Visionary Art,” Janet Fleisher

and Art Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent, UK; Arnolfini, Bristol, UK; Cornerhouse,

“Masters of the 20th Century American Gallery, Philadelphia, PA


“Black Folk Art in America 1930-1980,” traveling exhibition, Corcoran Gallery of Art,


JOSEPH E. YOAKUM Washington, D.C.; J.B. Speed Art Museum,

“Five Artists,” Candy Store Gallery, Folsom,

Louisville, KY; Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY; Craft and Folk Art Museum,

CA 1977

Chicago Public Library Cultural Center,

University, Houston, TX; Detroit Institute of

Chicago, IL

Arts, Detroit, MI; Birmingham Museum of

“Twentieth Century American Folk Art,”

Art, Birmingham, Al; Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, IL

Janet Fleisher Gallery, Philadelphia, PA 1975

Rockies,” traveling exhibition, Philbrook Art

Philadelphia, PA

Center, Tulsa, OK; Oklahoma Art Center,

“Selections from the Dennis Adrian

Oklahoma City, OK; Springfield Art Museum,

Collection,” Museum of Contemporary Art,

Springfield, MO; Arkansas Art Center, Little

“American Folk Art: The Herbert Waide

Rock, AR 1972

Hemphill Jr. Collection,” traveling Milwaukee, WI; Everson Museum of Art,

Gallery, Chicago, IL 1971

“Two Artists – Pauline Simon and Joseph E.

Syracuse, NY; Allentown Museum of Art,

Yoakum,” traveling exhibition, Wabash

Allentown, PA; Whitney Museum of Art-

Transit Gallery, School of the Art Institute

Fairfield, Stamford, CT; Akron Museum of

of Chicago, Chicago, IL; Rockford College,

Art, Akron, OH; Santa Barbara Museum of

Rockforn, IL

Art, Santa Barbara, CA; Georgia Museum of

“Penthouse Gallery,” Museum of Modern

Art, Athens, GA; Joslyn Museum of Art, Omaha, NE

Art, NYC 1970

“A Decade of Accomplishment: Prints and

“Transmitters: The Isolate Artist in

Drawings of the 1960’s,” Illinois Bell

America,” Philadelphia College of Art,

Telephone Company, Lobby Gallery,

Philadelphia, PA

Chicago, IL

“Welcome to the Candy Store!,” Crocker Art

“American Primitive and Naïve Art,”

Museum, Sacramento, CA

Emanuel Walter Gallery, San Francisco Art

“Who Chicago?,” Camden Arts Centre, London, UK; Sutherland Arts Centre,


“The Artless Artist: Contemporary American Naïve Works, “ Phyllis Kind

exhibition, Milwaukee Museum of Art,


“American Folk Art from the Ozarks to the

“Self-Taught,” Janet Fleisher Gallery,

Chicago, IL 1981

“Masterpieces of Recent Chicago Art,”

Los Angeles, CA; Institute of the Arts, Rice

Institute, San Francisco, CA 1969

“Three Artists,” Candy Store Gallery,

Sutherland, UK; Third Eye Center, Glasgow,

Folsom, CA

Scotland; Scottish National Gallery of Art

“Don Baum Sez, Chicago Needs Famous

“Outsiders: An Art Without Precedent or

Artists,” Museum of Contemporary Art,

Tradition,” Arts Council of Great Britain,

Chicago, IL

London, UK

“The Faculty Collects,” Illinois State

“Outsider Art in Chicago,” Museum of

University, Normal, IL

Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL “Contemporary American Naïve Works,”


Phyllis Kind Gallery, NYC and Chicago, IL 1978

“Contemporary American Folk Art and

Akron Museum of Art, Akron, OH

Naïve Art: The Personal Visions of Self-

Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL

Taught Artists,” School of the Art Institute

Roger Brown Study Collection of the School of the

of Chicago, Chicago, IL

Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL


JOSEPH E. YOAKUM Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA Illinois Bell Telephone Company, Chicago, IL The Menil Collection, Houston, TX Milwaukee Museum of Art, Milwaukee, WI Museum of American Folk Art, New York, NY Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL Museum of International Folk Art, Santa Fe, NM National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. Richard L. Nelson Gallery and the Fine Arts Collection, University of California, Davis, CA Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA David and Alfred Smart Museum of the University of Chicago, Chicago, IL University of Kansas Museum of Art, Lawrence, KS


ROBYN O’NEIL Born in Omaha, NE 1977 Werner Herzog’s Rogue Film School, Los Angeles, CA, 2010 University of Illinois at Chicago, Graduate Studies in Fine Art, University Fellowship, 2001 Texas A&M University-Commerce, Commerce TX, BFA, 2000 Kings College, London, England, British Studies, British Art and Architecture, 1997 Lives and Works in Los Angeles, CA SOLO EXHIBITIONS

Clementine Gallery, NYC “This is our ending, this is our past,”


Dunn and Brown Contemporary, Dallas, TX “As They Fall,” Praz-Delavallade, Paris,



“We, The Masses,” College of Wooster Art Museum, Wooster, OH (upcoming) Southeastern Center for Contemporary

France “Robyn O’Neil,“ Frye Art Museum, Seattle traveling to Herbert F. Johnson

“The Good Herd,” Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC “Castle Elementary,” Talley Dunn

Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY “Robyn O’Neil,” Contemporary Arts

Gallery, Dallas, TX “The Lost Show,” Western Exhibitions, Chicago, IL

2015 2014 2013

2011 2010

“The Great Kansas Sea,” Harvester Arts, Wichita, KS “We, The Masses,” The McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, TX “I Burned Waves,” Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC

Museum, Houston, TX “My brother holds tight my feeble hand,“ Clementine Gallery, NYC


“Take me gently through your troubled sky,” Inman Gallery, Houston, TX “And Then They Were Upon Him,”


Bodybuilder & Sportsman Gallery, Chicago, IL “International Artist in Residence Exhibition,” ArtPace, San Antonio, TX “Even If It Shall Break Them: The Prelude To A Solid Hope For Something

Chicago, IL “Hell,” Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC “The world has won. A final bow was

Better,” Clementine Gallery, NYC “They Walk, Fall, Continue, and Die,” Inman Gallery, Houston, TX 2002

“These are Pictures of Boats and Dinosaurs,” Angstrom Gallery, Dallas, TX “Beat Epiphanies and Home Runs,”Jack

Brown Contemporary, Dallas, TX “New Edition,” Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC

Rutberg Fine Arts Gallery, Los Angeles, CA “SAM RAM,” Riverside Art Museum,

“A World Disrupted,” Roberts and Tilton Gallery, Los Angeles, CA “The Dismantled,” Praz-Delavallade,

Riverside, CA

Berlin, Germany “On sinking,” Tony Wight Gallery, Chicago, IL 2007


“We Spoke Mirage,” Talley Dunn Gallery, Dallas, TX “I Want Blood,” Western Exhibitions,

taken,” Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, IA “Come all that is quiet,” Dunn and 2009


Art (SECCA), Winston-Salem, NC; traveling to Sheldon Museum of Art, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE

“This Is a descending world,”



“Joseph Yoakum + Robyn O’Neil,” Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC “From Out Under,” curated by Lucien


ROBYN O’NEIL Smith & Matthew Brown, Appointment

“Curator: Eli Jones, Heads of Family,”

Only, Los Angeles, CA “Figurative Futures,” curated by Mark

Western Exhibitions, Chicago, IL 2012

Weinberg, ACME., Los Angeles, CA

“Picture Show of the Mind: A Tribute to

“Where My Cones At?” Double Break, San Diego, CA

the Teachings of Lee Baxter Davis,” curated by Mark Burt, Meadows



“Chris Hipkiss & Robyn O’Neil,” John Michael Kohler Art Center, Sheboygan, WI

“Wild Life,” Des Moines Art Center, Des

“Streams of consciousness: The

Moines, IA

Histories, Mythologies, and Ecologies of

“Multiverse: Stories of This World and

Water,” Salina Art Center, Salina, KS

Beyond,” Kemper Museum of Art,

”Plain,” Gymnasia Herzliya, Tel Aviv,

Kansas City, MO


“Unapologetic Drawing,” Ralph Arnold

“Silver: 25th Anniversary Exhibition,”

Fine Arts Gallery, Loyola University,

The Gallery at UTA, Arlington, TX

Chicago, IL


“Four Large Drawings,” Western

“Wild Kingdom,” Texas State

Exhibitions, Chicago, IL

University, San Marcos, TX

“Werewolf,” Charlie James Gallery, Los

“Figured Spaces,” Schmidt Center

Angeles, CA

Gallery & Ritter Art Gallery, Atlantic

“Drawing Conclusions: Prints, Drawings

University, Boca Raton, FL

and Photographs,” RISD Museum,

“Impressions: Prints Made in

Providence, RI

Texas,”The Gallery at UTA, Arlington, TX

“Hare & Hound Press + artspace,” The 2010


“Destination Unknown,” Talley Dunn

SEE,” Praz-Delavallade, Paris, France

Gallery, Dallas, TX

“Private Collections II: Work from four

“Ducks,” Minotaur, Los Angeles, CA

Metroplex private collections,” The

“Robyn O'Neil & Matthew Sontheimer,”

University of Texas at Arlington,

Brigham Young University Art Gallery,

Arlington, TX

Provo, UT “Shapeshifting: Contemporary Masculinities,” College of Wooster Art Museum, Wooster, OH “Graphic Studio: Uncommon Practice at USF,” Tampa Museum of Art, FL “Head,” Western Exhibitions, Chicago, IL “Ducks,” Greenpoint Terminal Gallery, Brooklyn, NY “Drawn In / Drawn Out,” The Old Jail Art Center, Albany, TX 2013


Museum of Art, Shreveport, LA

Art Collaboration, San Antonio, TX


“About Face,” curated by Daniel

Murphy, 101 / EXHIBIT, Los Angeles, CA

“The Shorts,” Fantastic Fest, Austin, TX “Out of Commerce,” The McKinney Avenue Contemporary, Dallas, TX


“Trouble in Paradise: Examining the Discord between Nature and Society,“ curated by Julie Sasse, Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson, AZ “New Weather, with Robyn O’Neil, Diana Al Hadid, and Iva Guerorguieva,” curated by David Norr, University of Southern Florida Contemporary Art Museum, Tampa, FL “There does come a time when laughs become sighs; we put all to rest, we said our goodbyes,” Electric Works, San Francisco, CA “Toil and Trouble,“ CTRL Gallery,


ROBYN O’NEIL Houston, TX “Drawings by,“ Praz-Delavallade,Paris, France


“Supramundane,” AMBACH and RICE, Seattle, WA “Houston Bicentennial,” The Joanna,

“Paper Trails,” V1 Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark “Phantasmania,” Kemper Art Museum,

Houston, TX “Drawing In,” CADD ARTLAB, Dallas, TX “Dargerism: Contemporary Artists and

Kansas City, MO “Art Forum Berlin,” through Praz Delavallade Gallery, Berlin, Germany

Henry Darger,” American Folk Museum, NYC “Close Encounters: Facing The

“20th-Anniversary Benefit Silent Art Auction,” The Menil Collection, Houston, TX

Future,” The American University Museum, Washington, DC “The Flight of Fake Tears,” Inova

2006 2005

“The Texas Prize Exhibition,” finalist Arthouse, Austin, TX “Trials and Terrors,” Museum of

(Institute of Visual Arts), University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI “Transfigure,” Kemper Museum of Art,

Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL “Drawing Narrative,” The College of Wooster Art Museum, Wooster, OH

Kansas City, MO “Summer Group Show,” Derek Eller Gallery, NYC

“Every Picture Tells A Story: The Narrative Impulse in Modern and Contemporary Art,” Galerie St.

“Failure,” The Laboratory of Art and Ideas at Belmar (The Lab), Lakewood, CO “Something New,” Dunn and Brown


Yamin, class of 1958, Davis Museum And Cultural Center, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA


Etienne, NYC “Whitney Biennial,“ Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC

Contemporary, Dallas, TX “The Drawing Narrative,” Jenny Jaskey Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

“The Drawn Page,” The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, CT

“Drawing Is a Fine Art,” Museum of Fine Arts, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL

“It’s a Wonderful Life: Psychodrama in Contemporary Painting,” Spaces, Cleveland, OH

“Sheldon Survey: An Invitational,” Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, Lincoln, NE “The Lizard Cult,” Clementine Gallery,

“I Feel Mysterious Today,” Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art, Lake Worth, FL

NYC “Size Matters: Large Drawings from the MFAH Collection,” Museum of Fine

“Young Americans,” Hof and Huyser, Amsterdam, Netherlands “drawings...“ Praz-Delavallade, Paris,

Arts, Houston, TX “New Directions in American Drawing,” Columbus Museum, traveling

France “Landscape,” Rena Bransten, San Francisco, CA

to the Telfair Museum of Art in Savannah; Knoxville Museum of Art in Knoxville, TN “Drawn to the Edge,” Adam Baumgold

“Figure Out,” Gallery Joe, Philadelphia, PA “Untold Tales,” Adam Baumgold

Gallery, NYC “Don’t Look, Contemporary Drawings from an Alumna’s Collection,“ Martina

Gallery, NYC “Books and Shelves,” Gahlberg Gallery, McAninch Arts Center, Glen




Ellyn, IL “Come Forward: Emerging Art in Texas,” curated by Suzanne Weaver

of Texas - Dallas, Richardson, TX “Some Kind of Wonderful: Part II,” Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, TX

“The Company We Keep,” Inman Gallery, Houston, TX “Art Chicago,” Bodybuilder and

“Federation of North Texas Area Universities Exhibition,” The Museum of Fine Arts Houston, curated by

Sportsman Gallery, Chicago, IL “Whim?” Angstrom Gallery, Dallas, TX “American Dream,” Ronald Feldman

Alison de Lima Greene and Anne Wilkes Tucker, TX “Material Matters,” University of


Fine Arts, NYC “Art Chicago,” Bodybuilder and Sportsman, Chicago, IL

Dallas, TX “Postcards from the Edge,” Visual AIDS Benefit, Sperone Westwater Gallery, NYC “Summer Drawings,” Mixture Gallery, Dallas, TX


“Creatures, Lago Vista Gallery,” Richland College, Richland, TX “Don’t Trust its Softness,” University

and Lane Relyea, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX Artissima, Inman Gallery, Turin, Italy

“Bad Touch,” Ukranian Institute of Modern Art, Chicago, IL “Drawn II,” Barry Whistler Gallery,



Texas – Dallas, Richardson, TX “Sofa Not Included,” Gallery: Untitled, Dallas, TX 1997

“Expo ’97,” curated by Suzanne Weaver 500X, Dallas, TX


Patterson, Tom. “O’Keefe, Cage and Artists in Cellophane were among artists represented in this year’s most Outstanding Triad Art Shows,” Winston-

Salem Journal, 23 December 2017.

“Supernature,” Inman Gallery, Houston, TX “Group Show of Gallery Artists,”

Ruiz, Miguel. “Loyola’s Fine Arts Complex

Bodybuilder and Sportsman Gallery, Chicago, IL “Pin-up, Bodybuilder and Sportsman

Morgan, Kendall. “Dallas Gallerist Launches Art

Gallery,” Chicago, IL “Hi Jinx,” Arlington Museum of Art, Arlington and University of Texas Dallas, Richardson, TX “Small Abstract Paintings and Sculpture,” Eugene Binder Gallery, NYC “Positexan Project,” curated by Michael Odom, Wichita, KS

Hosts ‘Unapologetic Drawing’ Exhibit,”

Loyola Phoenix, 7 December 2017. Book Company With 2 Must-Have Titles,” Culture Map Dallas, 7 September 2017. Anspon, Catherine D., “New Bold Texas Book Venture Promises to Haunt and Draw You In,”, 22 July 2017. Salisbury, Stephan. “PAFA Acquires 32 New Works, from the Feminist Erotic to a Haunting ‘Floating Puppet,’”,

“4th Anniversary Show,“ Angstrom Gallery, Dallas, TX “Drawn,” Barry Whistler Gallery,

Colucci, Emily. “You Want It Darker: Robyn

Dallas, TX “New Pollution,” Plush Gallery, Dallas, TX

Halgler, Joshua. “How to Give a Shit No 5: Room

6 July 2017. O’Neil’s ‘The Good Herd’ at Susan Inglett Gallery,” Art F City, 23 February 2017. by Sunlit Room,” Venison Magazine,


ROBYN O’NEIL Autumn 2016. Devries, Lindsey Herkommer. “The Great Kansas Sea,” KMUW Wichita, February 2016. Brown, Todd. “WE THE MASSES: Watch the Gorgeous Animated Short Now,” Twitch Film, 8 January 2015 (ll.) Cruz, Amada. Hare & Hound Press + ARTPACE, The Art of Collaboration, January 2015

(Ill.) Sexton, Elaine. “Empty, Raw, New: A Micro Interview with Robyn O’Neil,” Tupelo Quarterly 6, November 2014, p. 113. (Ill.) French, Christopher. “Robyn O’Neil,” Artnews, November 2014, p. 113. Staff. “Shapeshifting Exhibition at College of Wooster Explorers Evolving Masculinities,” Hudson Hub Times, 14 October 2014. Staff. “Robyn O’Neil. I Burned Waves,” Wall

Street International, 7 August 2014. “The Unknown,” Slice Magazine, Issue 13, Fall 2013/Winter 2014 (ill.) Trosper, Liz. “Robyn O’Neil: We Spoke Mirage,”

A+C Texas, 4 December 2013. Blair, Michael Frank. “Robyn O’Neil vs. Vernon Fisher at Talley Dunn Gallery,” Glasstire, 18 November 2013. Granberry, Michael. “Vernon Fisher and Robyn O’Neil,” Dallas Morning News, 1 November 2013. Laughlin, Jamie. “The MAC Goes to College”,

The Dallas Observer, 17 January 2013. Staff. “Michael Miller: Out of Commerce,”

Glasstire, January 2013. Salas, Rafael Francisco. “‘The Drawing Season’ At The Kohler Arts Center,” Art City, 5 April 2012. Staff. “Robyn O’Neil,” Modern Painters, February 2012, p. 83. Staff. “Tally Dunn Gallery,” Briggs Freeman/Sotheby’s International Fall 2012 (ill.) Heinrich, Will. “His Name is Legion: Robyn O’Neil, ‘HELL’, at Susan Inglett

Gallery,” The New York Observer, 31 October 2011, p. B6. Staff. “Robyn O’Neil: HELL,” Time Out New

York, 28 October 2011. Miller, Jill. “Artists to Watch: Robyn O’Neil,” The Art Economist, Volume I, Issue 3, March 2011. Weinberg, Lauren. “Art & Design Art Review Robyn O’Neil,” Time Out Chicago, January 2011. Faulds, W. Rod. “Figured Spaces: Selections from the John Morrissey Collection,”

Boca Raton: University Galleries Florida Atlantic University. (ill.) Huerta, Benito. Silver: 25th Anniversary Exhibition, Arlington: The Gallery at UTA. (ill.) McCullough, Holly Koons & High, Steven & Wheeler, Lawrence J. Goicolea. “Alter Ego: A Decade of Work by Anthony Goicolea.” (ill.) Murphy, Lauren. “Shutterbugs,” The Irish Times, 16 October 2010. (ill.) Duncan, Jim. “Robyn O’Neil: Origins of the Universe,” Cityview, 15 April 2010. Anspon, Catherine. “Texas Artist Today,” Seattle: Marquand Books, Inc. (ill.) Hickson, Patricia and Anderson, Brooke. “Robyn O’Neil: The World has Won. A Final Bow Was Taken,” Des Moines: Des Moines Art Center. (ill.) Drutt, Matthew. “DreamWorks,” Artpace San Antonio, 2010. (ill.) Morain, Michael. “Drawings depict impending doom,” Des Moines Register, 6 March 2010 (ill.) Morain, Michael. “Arts start strong in 2010,” Des Moines Register, 10 January 2010. Norr, David. “New Weather: Diana Al-Hadid, Iva Gueorguieva, Robyn O’Neil,” Tampa: USF Contemporary Art Museum. (ill.) Sawyer, Robert. “[THE TERROR WITHIN],” Adbusters, July/August 2009. Sasse, Julie. “Trouble in Paradise: Examining


ROBYN O’NEIL Discord Between Nature and Society,”

Tucson Museum of Art, 2009. Klaasmeyer, Kelly. “Toil and Trouble,” Houston Press, 7 July 2009. Cash, Stephanie. “Robyn O’Neil is the winner of the $50,000 Hunting Art Prize,” Art In America, June-July 2009. Finnegan, Molly. “At The End of The World with Robyn O’Neil,” PBS Newshour: Art Beat, 16 July 2009. Brown, Jeffrey. “Conversation: Werner Herzog,” Art Beat, The Online News Hour, 2009. Brown, Rebecca and Mary Jane Knecht. “Looking Together, Writers on Art,” New York and London: UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON PRESS, 2009. King, Shari, “Robyn O’Neil Wins 2009 Hunting Art Prize,” Reuters, 2009. Britt, Douglas. “Robyn O’Neil on Duchamp, goodbyes, and her new ‘slow read,’” Houston Chronicle, 14 May 2009. Britt, Douglas. “Hunting and gathering,” Houston Chronicle, 12 May 2009. Britt, Douglas. “Kingwood artist Robyn O’Neil wins $50,000 Hunting Art Prize,” Houston Chronicle, 3 May 2009. Hugg, Hillery. “Interview with Robyn O’Neil,” The Believer, December 2008. Green, Tyler. “Dargerism and Robyn O’Neil: A Q&A, four parts,” MODERN ART NOTES, ArtsJournal eblog, 22 July 2008. Davis, Ben. “The Insider’s Outsider,” Artnet, 28 April 2008. (ill.) Johnson, Ken. “An Insider Perspective on an Outsider Artist: Dargerism at the American Folk Art Museum,” The New York Times, 18 April 2008. Morrone, Francis. “Darger’s Disciples,” The New York Sun, 17 April 2008. Rodriguez, Teliza V. RSVP/MONA, Exhibition Catalogue (ill.) White, Michelle. “Drawing after the End of the World: Robyn O’Neil’s new Adventure,”

Art Papers, March/April 2008. Krainak, Michael J. “Sheldon Survey: An Invitational,” Review Inc., February 2008. Harris, Susan. “Robyn O’Neil at Clementine,”

Art in America, November 2007. (ill.) Kanton, Jordan. “Don’t Look,” Contemporary Drawings from an alumna’s Collection Martina Yamin, Class of 1958, Davis Museum and Cultural Center (ill.), 2007. Kathman, Ryan. “Sheldon Survey,” Omaha City

Weekly, November 21-27th Issue, 2007. Momin, Shamim. ROBYN O’NEIL, Exhibition Catalogue, 2007. Siedell, Dan. ROBYN O’NEIL, THIS IS OUR ENDING, THIS IS OUR PAST, Exhibition Catalogue, 2007. Wolgamott, L. Kent. “A Slice of Today’s Art World: Sheldon brings works by nationally recognized artists to Lincoln,” The

Lincoln Journal Star, 2007. Herbert, Lynn M. ROBYN O’NEIL, Houston: Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Exhibition Catalog, 2007. Johnson, Patricia C. “For young artist, the end is here,” Houston Chronicle, February 7, 2007. Dunbar, Elizabeth. “Phantasmania,” Kansas City: Kemper Museum of Art (ill.), 2007. Wolgamott, L. Kent. “A Slice of Today’s Art World: Sheldon brings works by nationally recognized artists to Lincoln,” The

Lincoln Journal Star, 2007. Carberry, Valerie, Scott Fife, Robyn O’Neil, David Schutter, and Scott Wolniak,

Artnews, November 2006. Graves, Jen. “Into The Woods: Three Women and a Series of Wild Animals,” The

Stranger, 2006. Peters, Sue. “Robyn O’Neil: American Gothic,”

The Seattle Weekly, 2006. Reel, Tom. “Blanton Museum puts School’s Collections in Worthy Building,” San

Antonio Express, 2006.


ROBYN O’NEIL De Lima Greene, Alison. “Robyn O’Neil: Leaving,” Gulf Coast: A Journal of

Literature and Fine Arts, Volume 18, Number 2, 2006. Enriquez, Lucia. “Galleries Dwelling in Imagined Worlds,” The Seattle Times, 2 June 2006. Wilson, John. “Museum Maestros,” The Sunday World-Herald, 8 October 2006. Fauntelroy, Gussie & Ganghelhoff, Bonnie, “21 Under 31,” Southwest Art Magazine, September, 2006. French, Christopher. “Robyn O’Neil,” Art Papers, July/August, 2006. French, Christopher. “Robyn O’Neil,” Flash Art, Nov/Dec. 2006. (ill.) Herbert, Lynn M. ROBYN O’NEIL, (exhibition catalogue) Houston: Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, 2006. (ill.) Johnson, Patricia C. “For young artist, the end is here,” Houston Chronicle, 7 February 2006. (ill.) Martinez, Michael. Phoebe: A Journal of Literature and Art, Volume 35, Number 2, 2006. Basha, Regine. “Arthouse Texas Prize 2005,” Austin: Arthouse, 2005. (ill.) Dailey, Meghan. “Portfolio: Contemporary Drawing,” Art + Auction, November 2005. (ill.) Dexter, Emma. VITAMIN D: NEW PERSPECTIVES IN DRAWING, London: Phaidon Press, 2005. (ill.) Egan, Maura. “High Art B Three Emerging Stars Draw From Fashion,” The New York Times Style Magazine, Fall, 2005. (ill.) French, Christopher. “Robyn O’Neil,” Flash Art, Nov/December 2005. Kwon, Jean. “Emerging artists + $ 30 000 prize = Texas Excess,” Houston Chronicle, 23 October 2005, p.14. Faires, Robert. “The Final Four,” Austin Chronicle, 21 October 2005. Korotkin, Joyce. “Robyn O’Neil,” Tema Celeste,

11 Sept/Oct. 2005 (ill.) Hall, Emily. “Robyn O’Neil,” Artforum, September 2005. Karotkin, Joyce B. “Robyn O’Neil,” Tema

Celeste, Sept/October 2005. French, Christopher. “Robyn O’Neil: ‘Take me gently through your troubled sky,’”

Glasstire, 2 September 2005. Ewing, John. “Robyn O’Neil: My brother holds tight...” Artlies, Summer 2005. Tucker, Annie. “Life on Earth - The landscapes of Robyn O’Neil,” Juxtapoz, Spring 2005. “Special,” The New Yorker, 23 May 2005. Cohen, Joanne, and Langsam, Julie. IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE, Cleveland, OH: SPACES Press (ill.) 2004. Kolpas, Norman. “Luck of the Draw,” Southwest

Art, September 2004. (ill.) Heartney, Eleanor. “The Well-Tempered Biennial,” Art in America, June/July 2004. Hagan, Susan. “Ghostland,” Philadelphia City

Paper, 27 June 2004. (ill,) Klein, Richard. “Aldrich Museum Opens Drawn Page Exhibition,” The Ridgefield Press, 13 June 2004. (ill.) Litt, Steven. “Whitney show reflects well on Cleveland’s art scene,” The Plain Dealer, 6 June 2004. Fallon, Roberta. “A Pose by Any Other Name,”

Philadelphia Weekly, 19 May 2004. French, Christopher. “How do Texans stack up at the Whitney?,” Houston Chronicle, 2 May 2004. Joselit, David. “Apocalypse Not,” Artforum, May 2004. Goodrich, Terry Lee. “Grapevine grad wins,”

Fort Worth Star Telegram, 19 April 2004. (ill.) Helber, A.M. “Loaded,” Dallas Observer, 1 April 2004. Iles, Chrissie, and Momin, Shamim M., and Singer, Debra. WHITNEY BIENNIAL 2004, New York, NY: Harry N. Abrams, Inc.


ROBYN O’NEIL 2004. (ill.) McNatt, Glenn. “Exhibit has something for all,”

Baltimore Sun, 16 March 2004. Mitchell, Charles Dee. “Pupils with vision,” The

Dallas Morning News, 5 May 2004. (ill.) Perree, Rob. “Robyn O’Neil,” TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR BEELDENDE KUNST, nr 06. 2004. (ill.) Plagens, Peter. “Art’s Star Search,” Newsweek, 22 March 2004. Rothkopf, Scott. “Subject Matters,” Artforum, May 2004. Rushing III, Jackson W. “Robyn O’Neil at Inman Gallery,” Art on Paper, March/April 2004. (ill.) Schjeldahl, Peter. “What’s New: The Whitney Biennial,” The New Yorker, 22 March 2004. Schmidt, Stacey. “Curated art section, The Encounters and Two of the Deaths,” At

Length, Spring 2004 (ill.) Thibodeaux, Julie. “Artist selected by Whitney,”

Fort Worth Star Telegram, 16 April 2004. (ill.) Thorson, Alice. “2004 Whitney Biennial,” Kansas City Star, 2 May 2004. Yood, James. “Robyn O’Neil at Bodybuilder and Sportsman,” Artforum, Summer 2004. (ill.) Goddard, Dan. “Art: The best of 2003,” San Antonio Express-News, 28 December 2003. Goddard, Dan. “O’Neil at ease with drawings,” San Antonio Express-News, 7 December 2003. Relyea, Lane, and Weaver, Suzanne. Come Forward: Emerging Art in Texas. Dallas, TX: Texas A&M University Press (ill.) Tyson, Janet. “Julie Bozzi: Landscapes 19752003,” Glasstire, 23 November 2003. Woolf, Elaine. “Drawing Conclusions,” San Antonio Current, 26 November 2003 (ill.) Trainor, James. “Robyn O’Neil,” Tema Celeste, September/October 2003, p. 88. Klaasmeyer, Kelly. “Body Art,” Houston Press,

July 24 – July 31, 2003, p. 46 Kelley, Sylvia. “A Creative Collection,” The Pride, Summer 2003. (ill.) Valdez, Sarah. “Gallery: Texas-Based 25-year old,” Paper Magazine, June/July 2003, no. 1. Jankauskas, Jennifer. “Come Forward: Emerging Art in Texas,” Artlies #38, Spring 2003, p. 72-73. Johnson, Patricia C. “Five Houston artists honored with Artadia awards,” Houston

Chronicle, 28 April 2003. Kutner, Janet. “Gen-A: DMA hooks up with young artists,” The Dallas Morning News, Arts/Entertainment, 9 March 2003, p. 6. “Come Forward: Emerging Art in Texas,” exhibition catalog, Dallas Museum of Art, February 23 - May 11, 2003. Daniel, Mike. “Come Forward: Emerging Art in Texas,” The Dallas Morning News, 21 February 2003, Guide, p. 35. Sime, Tom. “Dino Diva,” The Dallas Morning News, 29 May 2002, p. 6C. Klaasmeyer, Kelly. “Hello, My Name is Simon...And I like to do drawing,” Houston Press, 2002, p. 60. Daniel, Mike. “Quick Sketch-Robyn O’Neil and Daniel Gordon,” The Dallas Morning

News, 16 November 2001, p. 56. Slattery, Sean. “Spring Opens with Hi Jinx,”

Arlington Star-Telegram, Artifax. Winter 2000. Massey Helber, Annabelle. “Some Kind of Wonderful, Part II,” The Met, 14 – 21 July 1999, p. 33. Daniel, Mike. “Promising young artists get some exposure,” The Dallas Morning News, 30 July 1999, Guide, p. 50. Daniel, Mike. “A (just) fitting space for art,” The Dallas Morning News, 10 December 1999, Guide, p.10. Sime, Tom. “Trinidad-Tobago artworks sing in Plano,” The Dallas Morning News, 3 December 1999, Today Section C.


ROBYN O’NEIL Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA GRANTS, RESIDENCIES AND AWARDS

Progressive Insurance, Mayfield Village, OH Rhode Island School of Design, Provincetown, RI

2016 2013



Harvester Arts, Artist Residency,

Sheldon Museum of Art, Omaha, NE

Wichita, KS

Tang Museum, Saratoga Springs, NY

Nucci Award, Graphic Studio Florida

Ulrich Museum of Art, Wichita State University,

Featured Short, Chicago Irish Film

Wichita, KS


Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC

Spirit Award, Brooklyn Film Festival, NY Best Horror, Dallas Video Festival, TX


United States Artists Fellow Nominee


FRAMEWORKS Grant, Irish Film Board, Dublin, Ireland

“Nat. Brut Issue Five Release,” Carpenter Center

Residency at Still Films, Dublin, Ireland

for Art, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. (28


Hunting Art Prize Recipient, Houston, TX

March 2015)


Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant

“On Drawing,” Symposium, Rice University,

Recipient, NYC

Houston, Texas. (20 March 2015)


Arthouse Texas prize Finalist, Austin, TX


Artadia: The Fund For Art and Dialogue,


Individual Artist Grant, NYC International Artist in Residence,

O’Neil, Robyn, “Fall In Love With Me, Hannah


Silverman,” Nat. Brut, Fiction-Issue 5,

Foundation for Contemporary Art, San Antonio, TX 1999

Spring 2015. O’Neil, Robyn, “Mr. Belvedere Crisis,” Dark

DeGolyer Grant, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX

Fucking Wizard, 2015 O’Neil, Robyn, “The Secret Ally,” Forward to Dan Siedell’s


O’Neil, Robyn, “Who’s Afraid of Modern Art? Essays on Modern Art and Theology in

Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth, Western Australia

Conversation,” Cascade Books, 2015 O’Neil, Robyn, “Little Pink Lake,” Susan Inglett

Blanton Museum of Art, Austin, TX Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX

Gallery, 2014 O’Neil, Robyn, “The War Against Fossils,” USF

Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, IA Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell

Contemporary Art Museum, 2014 O’Neil, Robyn, “Forward, Iva Gueorguieva,”

University, Ithaca, NY John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI

Ameringer, McEnery, Yohe, 2014 O’Neil, Robyn, “Francesca Fuchs: Paintings of

The Kemper Museum, Kansas City, KS

Paintings at Talley Dunn Gallery,”

Microsoft Corporation Art Collection, Redmond,

Glasstire, 2012

WA Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Fort Worth, TX

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX Philadelphia Academy of Fine Art, Philadelphia, PA



Born in Boston, MA, 1974 The Cooper Union, BFA, 1997 Lives and Works in Brooklyn, NY “On From Here,” Guild and Greyshkul, NYC


2008 2016

Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC


“Tropical Burnout,” Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC


“Where are we?” The Pearl Arts Gallery, Stone Ridge, NY 2007

Gallery, London

for Contemporary Art (SECCA),

“To Build a Fire,” Rivington Arms

Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC

Gallery, NYC 2006

Kemper Museum, Crossroads, Kansas 2010

Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC


Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC

Angeles, CA 2005

“How Bad Do You Want It,” Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA


“In Practice Projects,” Sculpture Center, NYC


1997 “Joseph Yoakum + Robyn O’Neil,”

“Jack Be Nimble Jack Be Quick,” Roberts and Tilton Gallery, Los

City, MO


“Overbite/Underbite,” Ritter/Zamet

“A Comic Turn,” Southeastern Center Winston-Salem, NC


“Without Walls,” Museum 52, NYC

“The Early Works,” Houghton Gallery, The Cooper Union, NYC

Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC 2016

“Stark Imagery: The Male Nude in


Art,” The William Benton Museum of Art, University of Connecticut, CT 2014

“Dialogue: Eric Fertman and Nick Hornby,” Time Equities, Inc. Art-inBuildings Program, NYC


“To the Stars on the Wings of an Eel,” Gowanus Ballroom, Brooklyn, NY “Brucennial” 2012, NYC


“Thisorganized,” curated by Hope Gangloff, Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC “Incongruent Sum,” Mathematics Collective, NYC

Haque, Abid. “Manhattan Muse | Inside Noor Fare’s New York City Home,” Harper’s

Bazaar, 22 January 2017. Best, Kenneth. “Exploring Masculinity Through Art,” UConn Today, 11 February 2016. Patterson, Tom. Review of SECCA Exhibition, Winston-Salem Journal, 27 April 2014. Aichele, K. Porter, “A Comic Turn: Eric Fertman at SECCA,” CVNC, 15 April 2014.


“Brucennial” 2010, NYC


“Kings County Biennial,” Kidd Yellin,

Contemporary Art - Kansas City, MI:

Brooklyn, NY

Eric Fertman,” Sculpture Magazine,

“Garish,” Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA

Staff. “Itinerary - Kemper Museum of

June 2012, vol. 31, no. 5. p. 15. Kirsch, Elisabeth. “Eric Fertman Tips his hat

“Smithumenta,” Brooklyn, NY

to the surreal in Kemper at the

“Off The Books!,” curated by

Crossroads exhibit,” Kansas City Star,

Benjamin Degen, Frederieke Taylor Gallery, NYC

17 March 2012. Staff. “Eric Fertman : Kemper at the Crossroads,” Kansas City Star, 2



February 2012, Weekend Preview, p. 19.

Kourlas, Gia. “Through a Portal, to a World Where Listless Blue Creatures Await,”

The New York Times, 24 July 2011. Karamat, Ambereen. “Eric Fertman at Susan Inglett,” SVA School of Visual Arts Art Criticism and Writing Blog, 20 December 2010. Wilson, Michael. “Reviews: Eric Fertman, Susan Inglett Gallery,” Artforum, November 2010, p. 264. Staff. “Eric Fertman,”, 14 September, 2010. Stern, Melissa. “Ending the Year on an Outside Note,” New York Press, 30 December 2009. Castro, Jan Garden. “Review : Eric Fertman,”

Sculpture Magazine, September 2009, p. 69. West, Paige. “Buy,” Art Addict, 29 January 2009. Johnson, Ken. “Art in Review,” The New York Times, 20 January 2009. Staff. “Nine Lumps,” Article Magazine, Winter 2007. Mao, Lady. “Turn Trash into Treasure,” PetitMort. Staff. ”Bangkok Lunchboxes,” More or Less, September 2002. Staff. “Interview with Eric Fertman: The Object Worshiper,” Arcade, Summer 2002. Yoon, Prabda. “Don’t Read, Carefully,” Illustrator, (Bangkok: Open Books), 2002. AWARDS


The Elliot Lash Award for Excellence in Sculpture, The Cooper Union.


The Ralph Bradley Award, The School of the Museum of Fine Arts.

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