Keegan McHargue

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Keegan McHargue is an American artist born in 1982 at Portland, Oregon, USA.[1] He lives and works in New York, USA.

Solo exhibitions[edit]

2008

  • "Well Charged" Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, Paris, France
  • "The Process Group", Metro Pictures Gallery, New York, USA

2007

  • "The Yellow Spectrum", Jack Hanley Gallery, San Francisco, USA
  • "Bubble Eyes", Hiromi Yoshii Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

2006

  • "Air Above Mountains (Building Within)", Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, Paris, France
  • "The control Group", Metro Pictures, New York, USA
  • "Jack Hanley", San Francisco, USA

2005

  • "Drawing Circles", Hiromi Yoshii Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
  • "Building for Water", Jack Hanley Gallery, Los Angeles, California, USA

2004

  • "The Suns' Son Mends Man's Path", Statements -Art Basel/Miami Beach, Miami, USA
  • "Feel the Wind", Jack Hanley Gallery, Jack Hanley Annex, San Francisco, USA

2003

  • "The Wolfman Cometh", Rivington Arms, May 16-June 22, New York, USA[2][3]
  • "Keegan McHargue and Matt Lienes", The Wrong Gallery, New York, USA

Group exhibitions[edit]

2008

  • "Imaginary Realities" Max Wigram Gallery, London, United-Kingdom
  • "Brevities Rainbow", Cinders Gallery, Brooklyn, USA

2007

  • "The Melvins", Mandrake, Los Angeles, USA
  • " ...what will be told of today tomorrow : KölnShow2", European Kunsthalle, Köln, Germany
  • Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, Miami, USA

2006

  • "Only the Paranoid Survive", Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Peekskill, New York, USA
  • "Panic Room - Works from the Dakis Joannou Collection" DESTE Foundation, Athens, Greece
  • "Air Above Mountains (Building Within)" Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, Paris, France
  • "Köln Show" by Kunsthalle of Köln, Germany

2005

  • "Bay Area Now 4", Yerba Buena Center, San Francisco, California, USA
  • "Gallery Artists", Jack Hanley Gallery, Los Angeles, California, USA
  • "Artist for White Columns", White Columns, New York, USA
  • "Art Review : Top 25 Emerging Artists", Phillips de Pury, New York, USA
  • "Yo mire un garza mora dandole combate a un rio", curated by Devendra Banhart, Atelier Cardenas Bellanger, Paris, France

2004

  • "Incantations", Metro Pictures, New York, USA
  • "Delivier Us From Evil : Dinos & Jake Chapman, R. Crumb, Honore Daumier, Dr. Lakra, Keegan McHargue", Matthew Marks Gallery, New York, USA[4]
  • "Lo-Gressive Living : Works on Paper from the San Francisco Bay Area", The Approach Gallery, London, United-Kingdom
  • "Majority Whip", White Box, New York, USA
  • "Dessins et des Autres", Galerie Anne de Villepoix, Paris, France
  • "Mental Space", Wendy Cooper Gallery, Madison, Wisconsin, USA
  • "Paperwork", Savage Art Resources, Portland, Oregon, USA
  • "K48 Funhouse", curated by Scott Hug, Deitch Projects, New York, USA

2003

  • "We Are Electric", curated by Chris Perez, Deitch Projects, New York, USA
  • "Balant Localism", Leo Koenig Annex, New York, USA
  • "Today's Man", Hiromi Yoshii Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
  • "Today's Man", John Connely Presents, New York, USA
  • "Retreat", Peres Projects, Los Angeles, California, USA
  • "Teenage Rebel : The Bedroom Show", Galerie du Jour, Agnes b., Paris, France
  • "Dirt Wizards", Brooklyn Fire Proof Inc., New York, USA
  • "Russel Simmons' Art for Life Auction Preview", Kenny Schnachter ConTEMPorary, New York, USA
  • "Group Show", PNCA, curated by Ian Hawk, Gallery 500, Portland, Oregon, USA

2002

  • "Alife Store", Deitch Projects, New York, USA
  • "Alife Store", Roberts And Tilton, Los Angeles, California, USA
  • "No War", Luggage Store Gallery, San Francisco, California, USA
  • "From the Trenchs", New Image Arts, Los Angeles, California, USA
  • "Skate on wall", Nagoya Parko Museum Galleries, Tokyo, Japan
  • "Skate on wall", Rocket Japan, Tokyo, Japan

References[edit]

  1. ^ Crow, Kelly (April 17, 2006). "Hot art market stokes prices for artists barely out of teens". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Retrieved 2009-02-08. 
  2. ^ "Burn, Baby, Burn". The Village Voice. June 3, 2003. Retrieved 2009-02-08. 
  3. ^ "ART GUIDE". The New York Times. June 13, 2003. Retrieved 2009-02-08. 
  4. ^ Smith, Roberta (August 6, 2004). "ART IN REVIEW; 'Deliver Us From Evil'". The New York Times. Retrieved 2009-02-08. 

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