Curriculum Vitae

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

 

1968
Galerie Ricke, Kassel, Germany.
DOT (white ground)

Nicholas Wilder
Gallery, Los Angeles.
CURVILINEAR

1970
LoGuidice Gallery, Chicago. BEADS     

Noah Goldowsky Gallery,
New York.
BEADS

Galerie Ricke, Cologne, Germany.
BEADS

1971
LoGuidice Gallery, Chicago. STICK
PAINTINGS

Noah Goldowsky Gallery,
New York.
STICK PAINTINGS

Galerie Ricke, Cologne, Germany.
STICK PAINTINGS

1972
Galerie Ricke, Cologne, Germany.
DOT (colored ground)

Noah Goldowsky Gallery,
New York.
VERTICAL FOLD

Greenberg Gallery, St. Louis. DOT (colored ground)

1974
Noah
Goldowsky Gallery, New York.
MANDALA FOLD

1976
Texas Gallery, Houston. MANDALAS
and MINATURES

1980
Cochise Fine Arts, Bisbee. LINEAR WEAVE (vertical ford)

Leo Castelli Gallery,
New York.
LINEAR WEAVE

1984
Oil and Steel Gallery, New York.
LINEAR WEAVE (vertical fold)

1989
Braunstein/Quay Gallery, San Francisco. DOT COLLAGE (colored   

ground)

1997
Elizabeth Cherry Contemporary Art, Tucson, Arizona.
3 SMALL

PAINTINGS

1999
Elizabeth Cherry Contemporary Art, Tucson, Arizona.
THE MANDALA

PAINTINGS

Salon, San Miguel de
Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico. LINEAR WEAVE (vertical fold)

2003  Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles, California.
SMALL DOT DRAWINGS

2007 
P.S.1 Contemporary
Art Center,
Long Island City, New York. PAINTINGS: 1963-1977

          Mitchell Algus
Gallery, New York, New York. FOLDED MANDALAS & OAXACAN PAINTINGS

 

 

 

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

 

1967
Noah Goldowsky Gallery, New York City

Bianchini Gallery,
New York
City

Cornell
University, Ithaca, New York

Sheldon
Memorial Art
Gallery, Lincoln, Nebraska

A.M. Sachs Gallery,
New York
City

Ithaca
College Museum,
Ithaca, New
York

Mark Twain State
Bank, St. Louis, Missouri

1968
“Program I,” Galerie Ricke, Cologne, Germany

Noah Goldowsky Gallery,
New York
City

“1968 Painting
Annual,” Whitney Museum
of American Art, New York City

1969
“Thirty-First Biennial Exhibition of
Contemporary Painting,” Corcoran

Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

The Development of
Modernist Painting: from Jackson Pollock to the Present,” Steinberg
Art Gallery,
Washington University,
St. Louis, Missouri.

“David Diao/Richard
Pettibone/Peter Young,” Leo Castelli
Gallery, New York

City

“Nine Young Artists,
Theodoron Awards,” Solomon R.
Guggenheim Museum, New York
City

“Program II,”
Galerie Ricke, Cologne, Germany      

“Highlights of the
1968-69 Art Season,” Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut

“The George Waterman
Collection,” Rhode Island
School of Design,

Providence, R.I.

“Eine Tendez
Zeitgenessischer,” KV Cologne,
Germany

1970
Noah
Goldowsky Gallery, New York
City

“1970 Painting
Annual,” Whitney Museum
of American Art, New York City

“Klischee &
Antiklischee, “ Aachen, Germany

“Zeichnungen
Amerikanischer Kunstler,” Galerie Ricke, Cologne,
Germany

1971
Noah
Goldowsky Gallery, New York
City

“Six Painters,” Albright-Knox Art
Gallery, Buffalo, New York.
Exhibition travels to: Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore
Maryland & Milwaukee Art Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

1972
“ The Contemporary Arts Council Selects
Art of the 70’s,” Seattle Art

Museum Pavilion,

Seattle, Washington

“Painting-New
Options,” Walker Art
Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota

“Documenta 5,” Kassel Germany

1974 “Eight Artists,” Art Museum
of South Texas, Corpus Christi Texas.
Exhibition travels to Miami Museum of Art, Miami, Florida

1975
“El Color Como
Lenguaje,” International Program of the Museum of Modern

Art, New
York City. Exhibition travels to Instituto
Nacional de Bellas Artes, Mexico D.F.; Museo De Arte Moderno, Rio De Janiero,
Brazil and Sao Paulo, Brazil; Museo Nacional, Bogota, Columbia; Museo de Arte
Moderne, Caracas Venezuela

1977
Pima
Community Art
Gallery, Tucson, Arizona

1978
“Point,” Philadelphia
College of Art Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania

1979
“From Allen to Sucker, “ Texas Gallery, Houston, Texas

1980
“Bisbee in Santa Fe,”
Armory for the Arts, Santa Fe,
N.M.

1981
“20th-Century American Art: Highlights of
the Permanent Collection,”

Whitney
Museum of American Art, New York
City

“New Acquisitions,” Neuberger Museum, Purchase, N.Y.

“The Bisbee Seven,”
University Club of Phoenix, Phoenix, Arizona

Oil and Steel Gallery, New
York City

“8 Bisbee Artists-
Works on Paper,” Touring Exhibition sponsored jointly by the Utah Arts Council
and the Arizona Commission on the Arts

1983
“Stand-Punkt,” Galerie Ricke, Cologne, Germany

1985
“Philip Johnson Bequest Exhibition,” Museum of Modern
Art, New York City

1987
Braunstein/Quay Gallery, San Francisco, CA

“Visions of
Innerspace,” Wight Gallery, U.C.L.A., Los Angeles,
California and the National Gallery of Modern
Art, New Delhi, India

1991
“The Legacy of Karl Blossfeldt,” Jan
Turner Gallery, Los Angeles,
California

1995
“Seven Painters,” Nicholas
Alexander Gallery,
New York City

1999
Arizona
Biennial, Tucson Museum
of Art, Tucson, Arizona

2002  “Dan Walsh & Peter Young,” Museum of Contemporary
Art, Tucson, Arizona

“Einfach Kunst;
Sammlung Rolf Ricke,” Staatliches
Museum fur Kunst und
Design. Nurnberg, Germany.

2004   “Curious Crystal
of Unusual Purity,” P.S.1 Contemporary Art, Long Island

City,
New York.

2005
 “On Paper- Drawings
from the 1960’s to the present,” Daniel Weinberg

Gallery, Los Angeles, California

“The
Natalie and Irving Forman Collection,” Albright-Knox
Art Gallery,
Buffalo,New
York.

“Amy Granat, Alex
Hay, Chuck Nanney, Peter Young,” Galerie Les Filles du Calvaire, Paris, France
and Brussels, Belgium.

“Wilder: A tribute
to Nicholas Wilder Gallery, Los Angeles 1965-1979” Parrasch and Washburn Galleries, New
York.

2006 “High
Times, Hard Times: New York Painting
1967-1975,” Weatherspoon
Art Museum, University
of North Carolina at Greensboro,
Greensboro, North Carolina. Scheduled for American
University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center, Washington, D.C., 2006 - 2007;
National Academy Museum, New York, New York, 2007

          “Block Party- An Exhibition of
Drawings,” Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los
Angeles, California.

2007  “Block
Party II – An Exhibition of Drawings,” Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles, California.

 

Publications

 

1967  Art News, February, p.10

1968
Art News, “Jo Baer, David
Budd and Peter Young at Goldowsky,” January,

p.11.

          The
Village Voice,
“Painting lives!” John Perrault, January.

Time
Magazine
, “New Look for an Old Tradition,” February,
pp. 60-63.

Art
in America
, “Gallery Without Walls,” Barbara Rose,
March, p.63.

          Art
International
, “Artists on their Art,” March.

          Arts
Magazine
, “David Diao, Peter Young and Richard Pettibone at

Castelli,”
J.R. Baker, March, p. 68.   

Newsweek,
“’The New Art’ It’s Way Way Out,” Howard Junker, July.

CONAISSANCE DES
ARTS, October, p. 29.

1969  New
York Times,
“The Corcoran Biennial: Something Old,
Something New,”

Hilton
Kramer, February, p. D31.

Art
News,
April, p.13.

          Studio International,  “Diao and Young at Castelli,” Dore Asthenia,
April.

ARTFORUM,
“Exhibition at Castelli Gallery,” Emily Wasserman, May,
pp. 65-

66.

Art
in America,

“Presenting Peter Young,” September, pp. 88-89.

ART
NOW
,
Vol. 1 No. 5 (New York)
1969

“Beyond
Minimalism, “ Daniel Robbins, Catalog to exhibition “The George

Waterman
Collection,” Rhode Island
School of Design.

1970  Art
Forum,
“Notes on American Painting of the 60’s,”
Walter Darby Bannard,

January.

Art
News
, “NewInformationalists,” Carter Ratcliff,
February, p.47.

ARTFORUM,
Robert Pincus-Witten, June, p.82

          Art International, (summer) p.143.

          Art News, (summer) p.69.

The Oberlin Review,
“Artist Visits Campus, Initiates New Program.” November.

Art Magazine,
“The Spectrum of Monochrome,” Lawrence
Alloway, December.

          Arts Magazine, “Color Abstractionism,”
Willis Domingo, December p. 39.

THE TRIUMPH OF
AMERICAN PAINTING Irving Sandler (New York).

1971  ARTFORUM,
“A Chronology of the Work,” Ellen H. Johnson, April,
pp.58-63.

ARTFORUM,
“Group Show at Goldowsky,” Robert Pincus-Witten, April, p.75.

Arts
Magazine,
 
“Materiality and Painterliness,” Gregoire Muller, September.

          Art News, “Los Angeles 1971,” Elizabeth C. Baker,
September, pp. 27-39.

THE TWENTIETH
CENTURY (AMERICAN PAINTING Vol. 2 ) Barbara Rose,

(Cleveland).

1972  New York Magazine,
“Peter Young at Goldowsky,” April.

1974  Art
News
, “Review of Goldowsky Show,” Hayden Herrera
November.

1980  Artspace,
“Bisbee/Santa Fe Exchange.” Fall

Artspace,
“Peter Young a Cochise Fine Arts,” William Peterson,
December

pp.
56-58.

          Art in America, “Peter Young at
Castelli,” Phyllis Tuchman, December, p.154.

1981  Art
in America
,
“Report from Arizona,”
John Perreault, April, pp. 36-45.

1984  Arts
Magazine
, “Peter Young at Oil & Steel,” Stephen
Wastfall, summer, p.38.

1985  New
York Times
, “Seven Painters,” November.

1986  Art
in America
,
“Seven Painters at Nicholas Alexander,” May.

2002 
Einfach
Kunst; Sammlung Rolf Ricke, by Lucius
Grisebach Verlag fur Moderne Kunst, Nurnberg,
Germany.            

2005 
LINEA Journal
of the Art Students League
, “The New Museum and Modern Art: 

           An artist’s view,” Ronnie Landfield,
winter.

           The Natalie and Irving Foreman
Collection. Lilly Wie. Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, Buffalo,
New York.

            Peinture: Sinq regards. Michel
Gauthier and others. Editions du Regard, Paris,
France.

2007     Peter
Young Paintings: 1963-1980, David Deutsch, Alanna Heiss, Ellen H.
Johnson, Klaus Kertess. Published by the PARC Foundation, New
York, New York and distributed by
Twin Palms Publishers, Santa Fe,
New Mexico

    NY
Arts Magazine
, “Erik La Prade Interviews Artist Peter Young,” July-August.

  
The New York
Sun,
“Enough at the Table for All,” Daniel Kunitz,
June 28

COLLECTIONS

 

Albright-Knox
Museum Buffalo, New York        

Aldrich
Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut

Allen
Art Museum, Oberlin
College, Oberlin, Ohio

American University,
Washington DC

Australian National
Gallery, Canberra, Australia

Bruno Bishofberger
Collection, Zurich

Milton
Brutten Collection, Philadelphia

Charles Cowles
Collection, New York City

Marvin Gerstin
Collection, Los Angeles

Arnold
Glimsher Collection, New York

Guggenheim Museum,
New York
City

Ben Heller
Collection, New York City

Joseph Helman
Collection, New York City

Philip Johnson
Collection, New Canaan, Connecticut

Peter Ludwig
Collection, Aachen, Germany

Levi-Strauss
Collection, San Francisco

Museum of Contemporary
Art, Chicago

Museum
of Modern Art, New York
City

James Michner
Collection, University of Texas, Austin

Newberger
Museum, Purchase, New York

Vernon
Nickel Collection, Clovis, New Mexico

Phoenix
Art Museum, Phoenix

San Francisco
Museum
of Modern Art, San Francisco

Seattle
Art Museum, Seattle

Sheldon Museum of Art,
Lincoln, Nebraska

Horace Solomon Collection,
New York City

Edwin
A. Ulrich
Museum of Art, Wichita, Kansas

University
of Texas, Austin, Texas

Virginia Wright
Collection, Seattle

Whitney
Museum of American Art, New York
City

David Whitney
Collection, New York City

 

 

CHRONOLOGY

 

1940
          born January 2, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

1949
          to Santa Monica Canyon, California

1957
          Chouinard Art Institute, Los Angeles, California

1958-60
     Pomona
College Claremont, California

1960
          to New York City- Art Students
League

1961-63
     New York University-
BA Art History

1963-65
     employed by Pace Gallery

1965
          first series LINEAR WEAVE 6 paintings

1966
          second series LINEAR WEAVE/NUMBERS 8
paintings

1967
          third series STAR PAINTINGS 5
paintings

                   fourth series DOT (white ground) 7
paintings

1968
          fifth series CURVILINEAR 12
paintings

                   Receive NEA Fellowship; 2 month
travel in Europe

sixth
series DOT (white ground) 18 paintings

1969
          seventh series STICK PAINTINGS
12 paintings

live
4 months in Costa Rica

eighth
series DOT (colored ground) 14 paintings

1970
          leave New York
City- travel in Utah, Arizona, and New
Mexico

ninth
series BEADS 70 strands

tenth
series STICK PAINTINGS 37 paintings

1971
          eleventh series DOT (colored
ground) 11 paintings

live
4 months in Toledo, Spain

1972
          live one month in Fez, Morocco

twelfth
series VERTICAL FOLD 16 paintings

to
Bisbee, Arizona

1974
          thirteenth series MANDALA FOLD
20 paintings

1975
          fourteenth series MINATURES (dot
colored ground) 40 paintings

1976-78
     fifteenth series LINEAR WEAVE 10
paintings

1979
          live 6 months in Oaxaca, Mexico

1979-83
     sixteenth series LINEAR WEAVE
(vertical fold) 16 paintings

1987-88
     seventeenth series MINATURES (dot
colored ground) 30 paintings

1988-89
     eighteenth series DOT COLLAGED
(colored ground) 8 paintings

1989
          nineteenth series MINATURES (ellipse)
22 paintings

1990-93
     twentieth series DOT HANDPAINTED 25
paintings

1994-01
     twenty first series ELLIPSE 40
paintings