AA Bronson  (Canadian, 1946) 

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AA Bronson Biography
1946   Born Micheal Tims, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
1969   1969-1994: Worked and lived with Felix Partz and Jorge Zontal under the name of General Idea
1993   The Banff Centre for the Arts National Award, Banff, Canada
1993   Lifetime Achievement Award, City of Toronto, Canada
1994   Jean A. Chalmers Award for Visual Arts, Toronto, Canada
1995   Ovation! Namesake Awards, the General Idea Award , PWA Foundation, Toronto, Canada
2001   Bell Canada Award in Video Art
2002   The Governor General's Visual Art and Media Award
2002   The Toronto Friends of the Arts Award
Selected Exhibitions
2002   Mirror Mirror, MIT List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge, USA (solo)
2002   Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (group)
2002   Mirror Image, UCLA Hammer Museum, Los Angeles (group)
2002   Art & Economy, Deichterhallen, Hamburg (group)
2002   Thinking in Painting, Stampa Galerie, Basel (group)
2001   Collaborations with Parkett: 1984 to Now, Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA (group)
2001   Tele(visions), Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, AUSTRIA (group)
2001   Extra Art, Logan Galleries, California College of Arts and Crafts, San Francisco, USA (group)
2001   Shopping, Generali Foundation, Vienna, AUSTRIA (group)
2001   Blondies + Brownies, Aktionsforum Praterinsel, Munich, GERMANY (group)
2001   Angst: Fear of Loss, (touring exhibition) Ursula Blickle Foundation, Karlsruhe, GERMANY, Kunsthalle Graz, Graz, AUSTRIA (group)
2001   Video Time, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA (group)
2001   Negative Thoughts , Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, USA (solo)
2001   General Idea, 1301PE, Los Angeles, USA (solo)
2001   AA Bronson: The Copyright marks the border between public and private domains, The Balcony, Toronto (solo)
2001   Boutique Coeurs Volants, Florence Loewy, Paris (solo)
2000   AA Bronson, Vienna Secession, Vienna (solo)
2000   Fin de Siecle, Plug In, Winnipeg, CANADA (solo)
2000   Versiones del Sur: cinco propuestas en torno al arte en América, el Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid, SPAIN (group)
2000   Loose Ends, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA (group)
2000   From the Collection: Personalities, Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography, Ottawa, CANADA (group)
2000   Re-Play, Generali Foundation, Vienna, AUSTRIA (group)
2000   La Biennale de Montréal, Montreal, CANADA (group)
1999   Museum as Muse, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA (group)
1999   Word, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, AUSTRALIA (group)
1999   Dream City, Museum Villa Stuck, Munich, GERMANY (group)
1999   Persuasion: Tales of Commerce and the Avant-Garde, University at Buffalo Art Gallery, Buffalo, USA (group)
1999   Recollect, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, CANADA (group)
1999   Internal Logic, Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, CANADA (group)
1999   AA Bronson, 1301PE, Los Angeles, USA (solo)
1998   General Idea, Camden Arts Centre, London, UNITED KINGDOM (solo)
1998   General Idea, Robert Prime, London, UNITED KINGDOM (solo)
1997   Search for the Spirit: General Idea 1968-1975, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, CANADA (solo)
1997   General Idea, Arts Club of Chicago, Chicago, USA (solo)
1997   Documenta 10, Kassel, GERMANY (group)
1997   Video Plaza, Monte Video, Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS (group)
1996   One Day of AZT / One Year of AZT, Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA (solo)
1996   Infe©tions, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, CANADA (solo)
1995   General Idea, Galerie René Blouin, Montreal, CANADA (solo)
1995   General Idea, S. L. Simpson Gallery, Toronto, CANADA (solo)
1995   General Idea: Showcards, Presentation House, Vancouver, CANADA (solo)
1994   General Idea, World Wide Video Center, Den Haag, THE NETHERLANDS (solo)
1993   The Sequel: Shut the Fuck Up, 5e Semaine Internationale de Video, Geneva, SUISSE (group)
1993   Videotapes by General Idea, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, CANADA (solo)
1992   General Idea, Taormina Arte Video, Taormina, ITALY (solo)
1991   General Idea, Kölnischer Kunstverein, Cologne, GERMANY (solo)
1990   Shut the Fuck Up (Spanish Television broadcast), SPAIN (solo)