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Robert Therrien    (American, 1947)

 Robert Therrien - No Title (black box) (Sculptures) h: 74 x w: 44.5 in / h: 188 x w: 113 cm
Robert Therrien
No Title (black box) 1985
 Robert Therrien - No Title (Chapel) (Sculptures) h: 40.4 x w: 15.5 x d: 3.9 in / h: 102.6 x w: 39.4 x d: 9.9 cm
Robert Therrien
No Title (Chapel) 1984
 Robert Therrien - NO TITLE (RT84-32) (Sculptures) h: 16 x w: 7 x d: 3.5 in / h: 40.6 x w: 17.8 x d: 8.9 cm
Robert Therrien
NO TITLE (RT84-32) 1984

Born in 1947, Chicago
Lives and works in Los Angeles

Selected Solo Exhibitions:
2003 “Robert Therrien”, Sprüth Magers, Munich
2003 “Robert Therrien”, Sprüth Magers Lee, London
2003 “Selected Works: 2001-2002 Installation,” The Eli Broad Art Foundation, Santa Monica, CA
2003 “Robert Therrien,” Gagosian Gallery, New York
2000 “Robert Therrien,” Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Traveled to: SITE Santa Fe, NM; Contemporary Art Museum, Houston, TX; Museo de ArteContemporáneo, Monterrey, Mexico (through 2001)
2000 “Robert Therrien,” Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, MO
1998 “Robert Therrien,” Gagosian Gallery, Beverly Hills
1998 “Robert Therrien,” Paule Anglim Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1997 “No Title (Chapels),” The Mark Moore Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
1997 “Sculpture by Robert Therrien,” The Eli Broad Family Foundation, Los Angeles
1997 The Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH
1997 “Robert Therrien,” Gagosian Gallery, Beverly Hills
1997 “Drawings,” Leo Castelli, New York
1997 “Robert Therrien: Large-Scale Sculpture,”
1997 The Eli Broad Family Foundation, Los Angeles
Selected Group Exhibitions:
2002 “Comer o no Comer – To Eat or Not to Eat,” Centro de Arte de Salamanca, Spain
2002 “Sammlung Rosencranz,” Von der Heydt Museum, Wuppertal, Germany
2001 “Jasper Johns to Jeff Koons: Four Decades of Art from the Broad Collections,” Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Traveled to: The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.; Museum of Fine Arts Boston, MA (through 2002)
2000 “Made in California: Art, Image and Identity,
2000 1900-2000,” Los Angeles County Museum of Art (through 2001)
2000 “Locating Drawing,” Doug Lawing Gallery, Houston, TX (through 2001)
2000 “MoMA 2000: Open Ends,” Museum of Modern Art, New York (through 2001)
2000 “The Anderson Collection: Selected Works”, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, CA (through 2001)
2000 “Tate Modern: Collection 2000,” Tate Modern, London
2000 “Panza: The Legacy of a Collector,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
1999 “culbutes: oeuvre d’impertinence,” Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, Canada (through 2000)
1999 “In Company: Robert Creeley’s Collaborations”, Castellani Art Museum of Niagara University, Niagara Falls, NY, traveled to: New York Public Library, New York; Weatherspoon Art Gallery, Greensboro, NC; The University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum, Tampa, FL; Green Library, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA
1999 “De Opening,” Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst, Ghent, Belgium
1999 “A Selection of Recent Work on Paper,” Leo Castelli, New York
1999 “PhotoImage: Printmaking 60s to 90s,” Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA, traveled to: Baltimore Museum of Fine Art, MD; Des Moines Art Center, IA.
1999 “Collectieopstelling”, VildMuseet, Umea, Sweden
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