Keith Hale

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Education:


1993 MFA, San Francisco Art Institute

1992 Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Maine

1989 BFA, San Francisco Art Institute


Solo Exhibitions:


2010 New Work, Gallery Paule Anglim, San Francisco, California

2008 Hard Looks, Gallery Paule Anglim, San Francisco, CA

2006 Keith Hale, Gallery Paule Anglim, San Francisco, CA

2004 Running Wide, Gallery Six Three, San Francisco, CA

1998 Recent Paintings, Bradford Smock Gallery, San Francisco, CA

1994 Little Secrets, Space Time Light Gallery, New York, NY

1993 Installation, Belcher Street Gallery, San Francisco, CA

Introductions, Haines Gallery, San Francisco, CA

Group Exhibitions:


2015 “Retrospective”, Gallery Paule Anglim, San Francisco, CA 

2012 Unrestricted: Politics and Art, Transmission Gallery, Oakland, CA

2009     A Thin Slice, Baer Ridgeway Exhibitions, San Francisco, CA

2008     You Know How I Feel, Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Fe, NM

2007 Artists Go Lightly, Temporary Autonomous Museum, San Francisco, CA

2006 Re: Show, SomArts, San Francisco, CA

2005 Face Paint, Bucheon Gallery, San Francisco, CA

2004 Night of a Thousand Drawings, Artists Space, New York, NY

2002 Add/Drop/Add, Oliver Art Center, Oakland, CA

2001 ExtraOrdinary, Walter & McBean Galleries, San Francisco, CA

2000 Light Fantastic, Walter & McBean Galleries, San Francisco, CA

The Lab, San Francisco, CA

Mail Art, Sharjah Art Museum, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

1999 Images and Ideas, Recent Acquisitions, Berkeley Art Museum, Berkeley, CA

1998 Small Works, Bradford Smock Gallery, San Francisco, CA

Nothing But Time (Juried by David Ross), Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA

A Skowhegan Decade, David Beitzel Gallery, New York, NY

1997 The Lab, San Francisco, CA

Magic Theatre, Fort Mason, San Francisco, CA

1996 Fun-Ding II, Catherine Clark Gallery, San Francisco, CA

Confess, Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA

Optimism, The Lab, San Francisco, CA

Pedagological Practices 125, Terrain, San Francisco, CA

Spirit of Dildo, Build, San Francisco, CA

1995 Live Space to Art Space, Bedford Gallery, Walnut Creek, CA

Magic Theatre, Fort Mason, San Francisco, CA

Selections, Somar Gallery, San Francisco, CA

Beautiful Women, Adobe Bookstore, San Francisco, CA

1994 BONG!, Alleged, New York, NY

Multiple Flavors, Space Time Light Gallery, New York, NY

BONG!, Kiki, San Francisco, CA

Queer\`kwi()r\, Belcher Street Gallery, San Francisco, CA

1993 Corazón Del Barrio, Mission Cultural Center, San Francisco, CA

1992 The Italian Motorcycle as Art, Museo Italoamericano, San Francisco, CA


Teaching Experience:


2006 Lecturer, California College of the Arts

2004 Visiting Faculty, San Francisco Art Institute

Lecturer, California College of the Arts

2002 Visiting Lecturer, California College of Arts and Crafts

Visiting Faculty, San Francisco Art Institute

2001 Visiting Faculty, San Francisco Art Institute


Awards:


2008 Pollack-Krasner Foundation, Grantee 2008-2009

1998 Purchase Award, Wallace Gerbode Foundation

1992 Skowhegan Fellowship, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture

Liquitex Excellence in Arts Grant


Selected Collections:


Berkeley Art Museum, University of California, Berkeley, CA

Lord and Lady May of Oxford, Oxford, England

Texas Pacific Group, Corporate Collection, San Francisco, CA


Bibliography:


Jasmina Trifona, Italian Riders Magazine, June, 2009

Kenneth Baker, SF Chronicle, March 18, 2006

Johnny Ray Huston, “Space Is the Place,” Bay Guardian, March 2006

Cycle World, May 2002, p. 86-92

New York Hangover, May 1997, p. 3

Jori Finkel, “Confessions,” SOMA, March 1997, p. 58-59

Jeffrey Winters, “Spirit of Dildo,” Bay Times, April 1996

Roberto Friedman, “High Art,” Bay Area Reporter, July 1994

Alfred Jan, “Introducing....” Artist Writer, August 1993, p. 8-9


Other:


The Seven Wonders of Motorcycles, May 2004, The Discovery Channel

(includes studio interview with artist on art and the aesthetics of motorcycles)