> WARREN KENNETH QUIGLEY

 

EDUCATION

1974 – 1977: Ontario College of Art, Toronto - A.O.C.A.
1977 – 1978: Ontario College of Art, Toronto - Fifth Year Post-Diploma Programme

SOLO & COLLABORATIVE EXHIBITIONS

2012: The Tree Museum, Muskoka, Ontario. New installation
2010: Convenience Gallery, Toronto. "Survival Kit"
2009: Big Orbit, Buffalo, NY. “Extreme Centre” (with Millie Chen)
2008: Sound Symposium, St. John’s, Newfoundland. “Extreme Centre” (with Millie Chen)
2008: Sound Symposium, St. John’s, Newfoundland. “PED.St.John’s”
(with Millie Chen, Andrew Johnson, Joan Linder, Paul Vanouse),
2007: FILE-Rio 2007: the Electronic Language International Festival, Oi Futuro Cultural Center,
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. “PED.Rio” (with M.Chen, A.Johnson, J.Linder, P.Vanouse)
2007: Fly Gallery, Toronto. “Love Motel”
2007: Harbourfront Centre, Toronto. “Movable Garden”
2007: Centre culturel canadien, Paris, France. “Extreme Centre” (with Millie Chen)
2007: Project Room, York Quay Centre, Harbourfront Centre. “Call Centre”
2006: City of Chongqing, China. “PED: Chongqing” (with Millie Chen, Andrew Johnson, Paul Vanouse)
2005: Artsplace Gallery, Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia. “Insomnia”
04-05: 3e impérial, Granby, Québec. “8, 9” (with Millie Chen)
1999: Harbourfront Artists’ Gardens, Toronto. “Wish Us Into” outdoor installation (with Millie Chen)
1998: Toronto Sculpture Garden. “Greenroom” (with Millie Chen)
1996: Garnet Press, Toronto. “Garden Variety”
1995: Toronto Sculpture Garden. “When the forest moves,” outdoor installation
1994: Dundas Valley School of Art, Dundas, Ontario. “Territories,” permanent outdoor installation (with students of DVSA)
1994: White Water Gallery, North Bay, Ontario. “Landscape/Wasteland,” outdoor installation
1994: Garnet Press, Toronto. “Chronicle”
1991: Harbourfront Artists’ Gardens, Toronto. “Changing the Landscape,” outdoor installation
1991: Garnet Press, Toronto. “New Landscapes”
1989: Garnet Press, Toronto. “Perpetual Crisis,” outdoor installation
1987: Garnet Press, Toronto. “Fragments”
1985-1986: Garnet Press, Toronto. “Blinded by Science,” outdoor installation
1985: Studio 620, Toronto
1984: Gallery Lunami, Tokyo, JapanTWO-PERSON EXHIBITIONS1990: Garnet Press, Toronto. “Quigley & W.S. Brown”
1983: Lacemaker’s Gallery, Toronto. “View from the Bunker”
1982: A.C.T. Gallery, Toronto. “Roach & Quigley”

 

TWO-PERSON EXHIBITIONS

1990: Garnet Press, Toronto. “Quigley & W.S. Brown”
1983: Lacemaker’s Gallery, Toronto. “View from the Bunker”
1982: A.C.T. Gallery, Toronto. “Roach & Quigley”

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2011: Canalside, Buffalo. "Fluid Culture"
2011: Wharf, Centre d'art contemporain de Basse-Normandie. "Tout Contre Nature" (Survival Guide & Kit - Caen)
2010: Western New York Book Arts Collective, Albright-Knox Art Gallery Bookstore, Talking Leaves,
Buffalo Niagara Convention and Visitors Bureau, Buffalo. "Beyond/In Western New York: Alternating Currents" (Survival Guide & Kit - Buffalo)
2010: Contemporary Art Institute of Detroit, Detroit. "Art/Work" (Survival Guide & Kit - Detroit)
2010: Gallery 1313, Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, 237 James St. N., Hamilton, Gallery One FortyFive, St. Catharines. "Artists Survey: The Greenbelt"
2009: Haliburton Forest, Ontario. “Land Art II”
2008: York Quay Gallery, Harbourfront Centre, Toronto. “Play”
2008: Tank Loft, Chongqing, China. “Reverberation: 2008 International Video Art Exhibition”
Yuangong Art Museum, Shanghai
Museum of Contemporary Art, Shijiazhuang
2008: Haliburton Forest, Ontario. “Land Art I”
2007: Rodman Hall Arts Centre, St. Catharines. “Objects of Affection”
2006: Squeaky Wheel, Buffalo. “PEEPSHOW”
2005: South Park Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens. “Glass House Refractions (GHR).” Curated by Formula Art Collective
2000-2002: The Textile Museum of Canada, Toronto. “Wildlife: A Field Guide to the Post-Natural” (itinerary: London Regional Art and Historical Museums, London, Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff)
2001: Harbourfront, Toronto. “pool” (catalogue)
2000: Rodman Hall Arts Centre, St. Catharines, Ontario. “Terminology” outdoor installation (with Millie Chen)
1999: 425 Adelaide Street West, Toronto. “No Fun Without You”
1997: Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto. “Work/Site”
1996: Koffler Gallery, North York. “AKA Canada”
1994: Garnet Press, Toronto. “Dreaming of You”
1994: Partisan Gallery, Toronto. “The Other Auto Show”
1994: 80 Spadina, Toronto. “Art Bank at Work in Toronto”
1993: Birganart, Toronto. “More or Less”
1993: Throughout Toronto. “Freedom to image,” poster project
1993: Mercer Union, Toronto. “The Heliotropic” (with Millie Chen)
1993: Gallery 44, Toronto. “The Horizon is a Line”
1992: The Junction, Toronto. “Local Motive,” outdoor installation
1991: Galerie Barbara Silverberg, Montreal
1991: Harbourfront Art Gallery, Toronto
1990: Garnet Press, Toronto
1985: Harbourfront Art Gallery, Toronto. “Riot, Calm & Luxury,” outdoor installation
1985: Public Image Gallery, N.Y.C., New York. “Public Image/Private Myth”
1985: Harbourfront Art Gallery, Toronto
1984: Museum of Art, Yamanashi Prefectural, Japan. “6tth International Small Art Exhibition”
1984: Open Studio, Toronto. “Access ‘84”
1984: Designer’s Walk, Toronto
1983: Chromazone, Colonade, Toronto. “Chromaliving”
1982: Chromazone, Grunwald Gallery, Toronto. “Chromalaffing”
1982: Mail Art Show, San Francisco to N.Y.C.
1979: Art Fest, Collingwood, Ontario. Outdoor installation

 

PUBLICATIONS

2010: The Official Comprehensive Inclusive Strategic Instructive Survival Guide for Artists in Normandy during the Apocalypse. Buffalo, NY.
2010: The Official Comprehensive Inclusive Strategic Instructive Survival Guide for Artists in Buffalo during the Apocalypse. Buffalo, NY.
2010: The Official Comprehensive Inclusive Strategic Instructive Survival Guide for Artists in Detroit during the Apocalypse. Buffalo, NY.
2006: Love Motel. Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia: Artsplace and Chongqing, China

 

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

2010

• "Best of 'Beyond,'" Colin Dabkowski, Gusto, The Buffalo News, Dec.17-24.
• "Beyond/In Western New York," Jack Foran, Artvoice, Sept.23-29.
• Beyond/In Western New York 2010: Alternating Currents, Illana Chlebowski, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, 2010, exhibition catalogue.

2009

• Millie Chen: Extreme Centre, Sandra Firmin, Centre culturel canadien, Paris, Wharf Centre d'art
contemporain de Basse Normandie, Caen, 2009, exibition catalogue.
• Reverberation. Tank Loft Contemporary Art Center, Chongqing, 2009, exhibition catalogue.

2007

• November 14, Akimblog, Derek Knight. “St. Catharines,” http://www.akimbo.biz/akimblog/?id=150.
• Terrains d’Entente. Granby, Quebec: 3e imperial. Viviane Paradis (transl. Janet Logan). “Experimenting with Transitional Spaces,” pp.28-31
• Oi Futuro Cultural Center, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. “FILE-Rio 2007: the Electronic Language International Festival,” (with M.Chen, A.Johnson, J.Linder, P.Vanouse)
• March 2007 Canadian Art. This Week. “Warren Quigley”
• March 8 Le Parisien, Olivia Peresson. “Les chinoiseries de Millie Chen”

2006

• Impression, April 2006. Liu Yuan. “Artists’ Film/Video,”  pp.110-111.
• May. Look Yellow Page.

2005

• Sept. 2005 Performance Research: On Shakespeare, Vol.10, No.3. Millie Chen. “When the forest moves,” pp28-34

2004

• Kelly, James J. The Sculptural Idea. Long Grove, IL: Waveland Press, Inc., pp38-40

2000

• Winter 2000 Canadian Art. Ingrid Chu. “Field Guide”
• August 2000 Toronto Life. Betty Ann Jordan. “Wildlife”
• July 22 The Globe & Mail. Gary Michael Dault. “Animal magnetism in a post-natural world”
• Summer 2000 Ontario Craft. Catherine Osborne. “Wildlife: A Field Guide to the Post-Natural”
• July/Aug.2000 Azure: Design, Architecture & Art. Beth Kapusta. “Community Spirit”

1999

• Christl, Rudi, David Crombie. Toronto: The Celebration. Toronto: Aura One Enterprises Inc., p.172
• May 1999 The Globe & Mail. Gary Michael Dault. “No Fun Without You”
• October 1999 Canadian House & Home. Leanne Delap. “Beyond the Pale”

1998

• Nov.98-Jan.99 C Magazine, Issue 60. Gary Michael Dault. “The Greenroom of Millie Chen and Warren Quigley”
• Winter 1998 Lola, No.3. Sophie Hackett. “Millie Chen and Warren Quigley” Toronto Sculpture Garden. Rina Greer, Barbara Fischer, Ihor Holubinsky. “Toronto Sculpture Garden,” exhibition catalogue
• July Toronto Life, Vol.32 No.10. Kyo Maclear. “Greenroom: Millie Chen & Warren Quigley”
• June 27 The Globe & Mail. Gary Michael Dault. “Growing a garden of domestic delights”
• June 11 The Toronto Star. Christopher Hume. “The Greening of Toronto”

1996

• Harbourfront Centre, Toronto. Dianne Bos, Ian Gray, Jane Perdue. “Artists’ Gardens at Harbourfront Centre 1990-1995,” exhibition catalogue
• The Koffler and Loggia Galleries, North York. John Massier and Carolyn Bell Farrell.
“AKA Canada,” exhibition catalogue1995 June 30 The Globe and Mail. John Bentley Mays. “Wit in the woods”
• June 22-28 Now Magazine. Deirdre Hanna. “Shakespeare and maples foretell global warming”

1995

• June 30, The Globe and Mail. John Bentley Mays. “Wit in the woods”
• June 22-28 Now Magazine. Deirdre Hanna. “Shakespeare and maples foretell global warming”
• June Toronto Sculpture Garden. Millie Chen. “When the forest moves”

1994

• July/Aug/Sept Parachute, No.75. Laura U. Marks. “Chronicle”
• May 13 The Globe & Mail. Kate Taylor. “Shedding Light on Nature, Culture”

1993

• May 1 The Globe & Mail. Kate Taylor. “Labours and Loves”
• April Mercer Union, Toronto. Jennifer McMakon. “The Heliotropic,” exhibition catalogue
• March Interior Design, Vol.3.
• February Gallery 44, Toronto. April Hickox. “The Horizon Is A Line,” exhibition catalogue
• February 25 The Globe & Mail. Katharine Vansittart. “Glitter and Grout”
• February 19 The Globe & Mail. Kate Taylor. “Photographic Ideas on the State of Nature”

1991

• December 13 The Globe & Mail. Kate Taylor. “New Landscapes”
• August 18 The Sun. Lisa Balfour Bowen. “Art Watershed”
• August 2 The Toronto Star. Christopher Hume. “Artists’ Gardens Need Weeding”
• August 1-7 Now Magazine. Deirdre Hanna. “Auto Installation By Quigley Packs Environmental Punch”
• July 26 The Globe & Mail. Kate Taylor. “Planting Ideas in the Urban Jungle”
• May 22 The Montreal Downtowner, Vol.10, No.21, Montreal. Melanie Reinblatt. “Kitsch Garden Art”
• May 23 The Gazette. Annabelle King. “On The Level”
• March 29 The Globe & Mail. Kate Taylor. “Art About”

1990

• Fall C Magazine, Vol,27. Nancy Campbell. “Furnace”
• October 1990 Canadian House & Home. Carolyn Kennedy. “Artworks”
• June 12 The Globe & Mail. John Bentley Mays. “Meditating On Problems”

1987

• March 5 The Globe & Mail. Robert Everett Green. “Warren Quigley, Fragments”

1984

• June PNN News, Tokyo, Japan
• June Lunami Journal, Tokyo, Japan
• June 25 Mainichi Daily News, Toyko, Japan
• Spring C Magazine. Deirdre Hanna. “Chromaliving”

 

AWARDS

2011: The Canada Council Travel Grant
2009: The Canada Council Project Grant
2008: Ontario Arts Council Exhibition Assistance Grant
2007: Ontario Arts Council Exhibition Assistance Grant
2006: Ontario Arts Council Exhibition Grant
2000: The Canada Council Creation/Production Grants to Professional Artists
1996: Ontario Arts Council Project Grant
1993: The Canada Council Short-Term Grant
1992: Ontario Arts Council Project Grant
1990: The Canada Council Short-Term Grant
1984: The Canada Council Travel Grant
1983: The Canada Council B Grant
1982: The Canada Council B Grant
1982: The Canada Council Travel Grant
1978: Ontario College of Art Post-Diploma Assistanceship

 

COMMISSIONS

2001: Lakeshore Grounds, Etobicoke, Public Art Landscape (with Millie Chen)
2001: Dempsey Park, Toronto, Public Art (with Millie Chen)
2000: Trinity Bellwoods Community Centre, Toronto, Public Art
1997: Toronto Transit Commission, Spadina LRT Public Art (with Millie Chen)
1991: Harbourfront Corporation
1980: Kadoke Display
1983: Annau & Associates Architects
1981: Ontario Government/Northern Affairs
1987-1999: Shelley Kirsch, Designer (numerous private commissions)

 

COLLECTIONS

Archive Inc., Toronto
Artbank, Ottawa
Aston Pereira Interior Design, San Francisco
Bryker Data Systems Ltd., Toronto
City of Toronto
Harbourfront Corporation, Toronto
Toronto Archives
Toronto Transit Commission
Private collectons in North America and Europe

 

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS/SERVICE

2007: Canada Council for the Arts. Juror for International Residencies
1986-1996: Association of Canadian Film Craftspeople. Member
1995-1998: YYZ Artists’ Outlet. Board of Directors. President

 

LECTURES

2007: Oi Futuro Cultural Center, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, “FILE-Rio 2007: Electronic
Language International Festival” Symposium, Lecture “PED, the proposition.”
2006: Sichuan Fine Arts Institute, Chongqing, China, Art Theory Department. Lecture
2006: Sichuan Fine Arts Institute, Chongqing, China. Visiting Faculty Lecture
2006: Tank Loft Contemporary Arts Center, Chongqing, China. “Vision,” screening series of artists’ films and videos. Co-curator, co-presenter
1997: Department of Fine Art, University of Toronto. Public Art Panel, Artist Talk
1997: School of Landscape Architecture, University of Toronto. Guest Lecture
1997: Jewish Community Centre, Toronto. “Gateway (Spadina LRT)”
1995: Toronto Sculpture Garden. “When the forest moves”
1994: White Water Gallery, North Bay. Artist Talk
1991: Harbourfront Artists’ Gardens, Toronto. “Changing the Landscape”

 

RADIO & TELEVISION

2007: March 21. “PED.Rio” interview,  FILE RIO 2007, TVE Canal 2, Rio de Janeiro
2006: Fall. “Artland,” interview, Gallery HD
2000: February 2. “L’Art Public,” O ZONE, TFO, Toronto
1998: May 21. “Greenroom,” interview, CFRB, Toronto
1994: Waste Matters, David Stringer, TVO, Toronto
1992: March 26. Garnet Press exhibition, TVO, Toronto
1991: August 14. “Artist Gardens,” John Burgess, CityPulse, CITY-TV, Toronto
1990: June. Justin Smallwood, CBC, Toronto

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2010/11: Department of Visual Studies, University at Buffalo, SUNY:
Lecturer, Studio 1: Art & the Everyday
Lecturer, Studio 3: Public Space
Lecturer, Senior Thesis

2009/10: Department of Visual Studies, University at Buffalo, SUNY:
Lecturer, Studio 3: Public Space
Lecturer, Studio 2: Constructed Body

2008/9: Department of Visual Studies, University at Buffalo, SUNY:
Lecturer, Studio 3: Public Space
Lecturer, Studio 2: Constructed Body

2007/8: Department of Visual Studies, University at Buffalo, SUNY:
Lecturer, Studio 3: Public Space
Lecturer, Studio 2: Constructed Body

2006/7: Department of Visual Studies, University at Buffalo, SUNY:
Lecturer, Studio 2: Constructed Body
Lecturer, Installation
Lecturer, Studio 3: Public Space

02/2006-06/06: Sichuan Fine Arts Institute, Chongqing, China: Visiting Professor, Installation

2005/6: Department of Art, University at Buffalo, SUNY:
Lecturer, Installation
Lecturer, Studio 2: Constructed Body
Lecturer, Studio 3: Public Space

2004/5:Department of Art, University at Buffalo, SUNY:
Lecturer, Studio 2: Constructed Body
Lecturer, Studio 3: Public Space

2003-present: Department of Visual Studies, University at Buffalo, SUNY: Adjunct Lecturer, Sculpture, Foundations
2006: Sichuan Fine Arts Institute, Chongqing, China: Visiting Professor, Installation
2004: Dept. of Visual Art, Brock University: External Examiner, Honours Studio (Andy Fabo)
1993-1998: Western Technical & Commercial School: Instructor, Sculpture, Painting
1996: Haliburton School of Fine Arts: Instructor, Sculpture
1994: Dundas Valley School of Art: Artist-In-Residence, Site-Specific Installation
1993: Anne Tanenbaum Gallery School, Art Gallery of Ontario: Instructor, Drawing Workshop
1992: Anne Tanenbaum Gallery School, Art Gallery of Ontario: Instructor, Architectural Design Workshop
1978-1979: Ontario College of Art: Teaching Assistant
1978-1979: Ontario Institute of Studies in Education: Art Department Technician