Pádraig Timoney

Born 1968, in Derry, Ireland.
Lives and works in New York.

Education

1991-92

  1. Nicholas and Andrei Tooth Travelling Scholarship

1988-91

  1. BA Fine Art (First Class Hons.), Goldsmiths College, University of London.

1987-88

  1. Foundation Course St. Martin’s School of Art, London.

Solo Exhibitions

2016

  1. Planxty Milano, Galleria Raucci/Santamaria, Milan, Italy
  2. The Scrambled Eggs Salute The Trifle, The Modern Institute, Glasgow, United Kingdom

2014

  1. a lu tiempo de…, curated by Alessandro Rabottini, Museo Madre, Naples, Italy

2013

  1. Peace Torques, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, NY
  2. Fontwell Helix Feely, Raven Row, London, United Kingdom

2012

  1. Stanligrad in every city, Raucci/Santamaria Gallery, Naples, Italy
  2. Shepard Tone, The Modern Institute, Glasgow, United Kingdom

2010

  1. Instead of Being Lucky, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, NY
  2. Buenas Noches, Laser, Xavier Hufkens, Brussels, Belgium

2009

  1. Folkllores, Raucci/Santamaria Gallery, Naples, Italy

2008

  1. Rockeryeer, The Modern Institute/ Toby Webster Ltd, Glasgow, Scotland
  2. Fave new bridges knot knowing corona cardinals, Almine Rech, Paris, France

2007

  1. Pádraig Timoney, Xavier Hufkens, Brussels, Belgium
  2. Golarithm, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, NY
  3. Museum Metropolitan, Raucci/Santamaria Gallery, Naples, Italy

2006

  1. The Fear of all Sums – Ten Million dice to weigh, curated by C. Darke, Void, Derry, Ireland

2005

  1. One year speak clear someyears’ peaks clear, Raucci/Santamaria Gallery, Naples, Italy

2004

  1. Pádraig Timoney, The Modern Institute, Glasgow, Scotland

2003

  1. The Grapevine In The Limelight, 38 Langham Street, London, United Kingdom
  2. Statement Art Basel – Raucci/Santamaria Gallery, Basel, Switzerland
  3. New Work, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester, United Kingdom

2002

  1. Present Future – Artissima –, Raucci/Santamaria Gallery, Tourin, Italy
  2. Millions of Dead Tamagotchi, Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool, touring to BBK, Cologne, Germany
  3. Lazy Clever Doubt, Douglas Hide Gallery, Dublin, Ireland

2000

  1. The Suburban, Oak Park, Chicago, Illinois

1997

  1. No Tim Page Diary, Galerie Analix, Geneva, Switzerland
  2. Galleria, Raucci/Santamaria, Naples, Italy
  3. The Hunter Became…The Haunted, Laure Genillard Gallery, London, United Kingdom

1996

  1. Works Away, Orchard Gallery, Derry, Ireland

1994

  1. Galleria Raucci/Santamaria, Naples, Italy

1993

  1. September, Laure Genillard Gallery, London, United Kingdom

1992

  1. Goldsmiths Gallery, London, United Kingdom
  2. Milch, London, United Kingdom

Group Exhibitions

2016

  1. The Painting Show, Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius, Lithuania
  2. Collected by Thea Westreich Wagner and Ethan Wagner, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY

2015

  1. Walks and displacements, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, NY
  2. Collected by Thea Westreich Wagner and Ethan Wagner, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY
  3. Required Ubiquity, Galleria Raucci/Santamaria, Milan, Italy

2014

  1. Occupy Painting Autocenter, Berlin, Germany

2013

  1. R-M222: Contemporary Artists of the Donegal Diaspora, RCC Letterkenney, Ireland

2012

  1. At Home X: Bent Perspective, Galerie J, Geneva, Switzerland

2011

  1. Aftermath, Laure Genillard, London, United Kingdom
  2. Terminal Convention 2011, former Cork International Airport, Cork, Ireland

2010

  1. Summer Tree, Galerie Analix Forever, Geneva, Switzerland
  2. Fade into you, Herald Street, London, UK
  3. Linguaggi e sperimentazioni, Giovani artisti in una collezione, curated by G. Verzotti, MART Museum, Rovereto, Italy

2009

  1. Tom Wood and Padraig Timoney, Museum 52, London, United Kingdom
  2. Laure Genillard Gallery, London, United Kingdom
  3. Mental Puberty, curated by C. Evans, Store Gallery, London, United Kingdom
  4. Frequency, The Hugh Lane Gallery, Curated by Michael Dempsey, Dublin, Ireland
  5. Collezione Morra-Greco, Museo Madre, Naples, Italy

2008

  1. No Stage Diving, Raucci/Santamaria Gallery, Naples, Italy
  2. Un Monde d’image, FRAC Picardie and Maison de la Culture d’Amiens, Beauvais, F

2007

  1. Winter Palace, De Atelier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
  2. Out of art, Centre PasquArt, Biel, Switzerland

2006

  1. Ashheaps and Millionaires, Ancient and Modern, London, United Kingdom
  2. Just Off Focus, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, NY
  3. If it didn’t exist you’d have to invent it: a partial Showroom history, The Showroom, London, England

2005

  1. Napoli Presente – Posizione e prospettive dell’Arte Contemporanea, curated by L.Hegyi, P.A.N. Center for Contemporary Art, Naples, Italy
  2. Art Stars, City Project, Luxembourg, Germany
  3. A joint exhibition from the collections of the Arts Council/An Chomhairle Ealaíon and the Arts Council of Northern Ireland, Lewis Glucksman Gallery, UCC Cork., Ireland

2004

  1. About Painting, The Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery, Saratoga, NY
  2. Greene Naftali Gallery, New York, NY

2002

  1. On Neon, National Photographic Archive, Dublin, Ireland
  2. New Religious Art, Henry Peacock Gallery, London, United Kingdom
  3. Variable-D, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester, United Kingdom

2001

  1. Dead, The Roundhouse, London – Lanternhouse, Ulvestron, Cumbria - Variable-D Gallery
  2. Object, Letterkenny Library Arts Center, County Donegal, Ireland.
  3. Record Collection, The International 3, Manchester, United Kingdom
  4. Multiples, Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin, Ireland
  5. Return, bottle recycling project organized by J. Fabricius, Denmark

2000

  1. Beautiful, curated by N.Persaud, Oxo Tower Wharf, London, United Kingdom
  2. Sexy, Houldsworth Fine Art, London, United Kingdom
  3. Black Diamond 2, Liverpool, United Kingdom
  4. Small Battles, LMN Project, Manchester, United Kingdom
  5. 4th Venue, LMN Project, Manchester, United Kingdom
  6. Gemini Project, Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, Ireland
  7. Castelli in aria, curated by A.Tecce, Castel Sant’Elmo, Naples, Italy
  8. The British Art Show Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, Scotland

1999

  1. Dot.5, Teesdale Yard, London, United Kingdom
  2. The poster show, Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, New York, NY
  3. Fantasy Heckler, curated by P. Timoney, The Tea Factory, Liverpool Biennial, Liverpool, United Kingdom
  4. The black diamond, curated by Duncan Hamilton, Liverpool, United Kingdom

1998

  1. Mille Neuf Cent, Galerie Analix, Geneva, Switzerland
  2. Right Time Wrong Place, Friend, Catalyst Arts, Belfast, Ireland
  3. Quinzieme Anniversaire, FRAC Picardie, Amiens, France
  4. Reverend Todd’s Full House, College Green House, Belfast, Ireland
  5. One Way Karma, 83 Hill St., Glasgow, Ireland
  6. Stopstop, Glasgow, Scotland
  7. London Calling, The British School at Rome, Rome, Italy
  8. Diving for Pearls, Submarine Onyx, Birkenhead Docks, Merseyside, UK
  9. Crystal State, Skipton Benefits Agency, Art Transpennine 98, Skipton, UK
  10. A Definite Thing, Waygood Gallery, Newcastle, United Kingdom
  11. Triennale Der Kleinplastik, Stuttgart, Germany

1997

  1. History-The Mag Collection, curated by P.Wilson, Ferens Art Gallery, Hull, United Kingdom
  2. Olympic Village, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland
  3. Private Face, Urban Space, Athens, Greece
  4. Città Aperta, curated by R.Bianchini, Città Sant’Angelo, Pescara, Italy
  5. La Bella Addormentata, curated by R.Bianchini, Palazzo Basile, Città Sant’Angelo, Pescara, Italy

1996

  1. Fuori Uso, Associazione Culturale Arte Nova, Pescara, Italy
  2. Mutoidi, Maschio Angioino, Naples, Italy
  3. Straniero in mondi stranieri, Galleria Studio Legale, Caserta, Italy
  4. A 4 Favours, curated by P.Timoney, 3 month Gallery, Liverpool, United Kingdom
  5. City Limits, Cadman Studios, Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom
  6. More Than Real, Palazzo Reale, Caserta, Italy
  7. Damian Duffy and Pádraig Timoney, Underwood Arts, London, United Kingdom

1995

  1. Making It, Tate Gallery, Liverpool, United Kingdom
  2. Mélange d’Août, Laure Genillard Gallery, London, United Kingdom
  3. Nakr Hranè, currated by Jaroslav Krbusek, Galerie Vaclava Spaly, Prague, Czech Republic
  4. Beyond Concentric Standardization, curated by G.Romano, Palazzo da Zara, Padova, Italy
  5. Wild Roses Grow by the Roadside, 152c Brick Lane, Londra, United Kingdom
  6. The Image of Europe, curated by G. Romano, Nicosia, Ciprus
  7. Interno I, Galleria Raucci/Santamaria, Naples, Italy

1994

  1. Laure Genillard, London, United Kingdom
  2. Galerie Martina Detterer, Frankfurt, Germany
  3. Drawings, Laure Genillard Gallery, London, United Kingdom
  4. Words are Deeds, curated by G.Scott-Wright, Alessandra Bonomo Gallery, Rome, Italy
  5. Rien a signaler, curated by G. Romano, Analix, Geneve, Switzerland
  6. My Car is Black and yours is White, Galerie Mladych, curated by G.Costa, Mesta Brno, Czech Republic

1993

  1. East, Norwich Gallery, Norwich, United Kingdom
  2. Escale-Stopover-Tussenstop, Musee d’Art Moderne, Villeneuve d’Ascq, France

1992

  1. Love at first sight, The Showroom, London, United Kingdom
  2. Hit and Run, 50 Tufton Street, London, United Kingdom

1991

  1. Damien Duffy and Pádraig Timoney, Bridge Gallery, London, United Kingdom
  2. Four sculptors: Martin Creed, Jim Hamlyn, Angela Peers, Pádraig Timoney,
  3. Laure Genillard Gallery, London, United Kingdom

Bibliography

2014

  1. Schwendener, Martha. "Independent Projects Unveils New Art Fair Concept: A Show." The New York Times, November 7

2013

  1. Petry, Michael. Nature Morte. New York: Thames and Hudson, p. 104
  2. Higgs, Matthew. “Best of 2013.” ArtForum, December

2011

  1. Padraig Timoney, text cat. Vitamin P 2 – New Perspective in Painting, text by M. Robecchi, Phaidon

2010

  1. Tikhonova, Yulia. “Pádraig Timoney.” Flash Art International, n. 273, July-September
  2. Obrist, Hans-Ulrich. “Languages and experimentations. Languages and experimentations.” Museo MART, June
  3. Art|41|Basel Catalogue. Hatje Canrz, June

2009

  1. Frieze Art Fair–Yearbook 2009-10, October
  2. Pepe, Anita. “Eclettismo e gioco di materiali negli oli di Padraig Timoney.” Il Roma, Naples, July 14
  3. Gianquitto, D. “Padraig Timoney.” Exhibart Online, June
  4. Ricci, D. Padraig Timoney, Il Mattino, Naples, May 28
  5. Caragliano, R. and S. Cervasio. “Timoney. l’irlandese della sanità.” La Repubblica, May 27
  6. Pepe, Anita. “Una scorpacciata contemporanea.” Il Roma, May 14
  7. Murray, H. “Frequency.” Circa, May

2008

  1. Bronwasser, S. “Suggestie kan sterker zijn dan feitelijke waarneming.” Volkskrant, October 5

2007

  1. De Coninck, F. “Architectuur als metafoor.” Financieel Dagblad, December 29
  2. “Padraig Timoney: Golarithm.” The New York Times, November 23
  3. Eichler, Dominic. “Free Style.” Frieze, Issue 110, October
  4. “Napoli-Londra fra gallerie doc.” Il Roma, October 10
  5. “Padraig Timoney.” Frieze Art Fair–Yearbook 2006-7, October
  6. Pepe, Anita. “Immagini di primavera oltre la Manica.” Il Roma, Naples, April 21
  7. Ricci, D. Lo spazio e la mente da Raucci Santamaria, Il Mattino, Naples, April 4
  8. Cervasio, S. “Nell’inferno metropolitano il museo Matrix di Timoney.” La Repubblica, Naples, March 28

2006

  1. Cole, Lori. "Just Off Focus.” Flash Art, November - December
  2. Duffy, Damien. "Pádraig Timoney.” Circa, no.116
  3. “Pádraig Timoney. This is your art…” Void Comix, Issue n.3, February
  4. Romeo, F. "Pádraig Timoney.” Artforum, March
  5. Boenzi, F. “Frederic Pradeau / Pádraig Timoney.” Flash Art, N° 101. December/January

2005

  1. “Napoli Presente – Posizione e prospettive dell’Arte Contemporanea.” Exhibition catalogue, Center for Contemporary Art, Naples, Electa Napoli, November 26
  2. “Frederic Pradeau e Padraig Timoney.” Girocittà, October
  3. “Pradeau e Timoney – il rosso e il caos.” text by A. Pepe, Il Roma, October 25
  4. Ricci, D. “L’oggetto di Pradeau, le polarità di Timoney.” Il Mattino, October 16
  5. Pollice, A. “Pradeau/Timoney – Visioni D’arte che alterano i linguaggi.” Metrovie N°37, Il Manifesto, October 7
  6. Sinibaldi, L. “Frederic Pradeau – Padraig Timoney”, Exibart on line, October 7
  7. Romeo, F. “Tutto Città.” Case da Abitare, Jan./Feb.

2004

  1. Mottram, J. “Padraig Timoney.” The List, Glasgow, Jan. – Feb.

2003

  1. Pethick, E. “Padraig Timoney.” Artforum.com, October 17
  2. O’Shea, C. “Padraig Timoney: The grapevine in the timelight.” What’s On, October 22
  3. “Words by Padraig Timoney.” Boiler N° 3, Milan, Oct.-Dec.
  4. Casadio, M. “Alterscape.” Vogue, June
  5. Remotti, M. “Who is Padràig?” Kult N° 3, March

2002

  1. “Padraig Timoney.” cat Present Future Artissima 2002, Artissima, Tourin, November
  2. Macrì, T. “Le mille luci di Torino.” Il Manifesto, November 19
  3. Zadow, M. “Millions of Dead Tamagotchi.” TVS, Spring
  4. Sheean, D. “Padraig Timoney.” Untitled N° 27, Spring
  5. Key, P. “Artist’s questions without any answers.” Daily Post, Liverpool, April 12
  6. Robbins, D. “A Long Campaign.” exh. cat. Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool
  7. Hartigan, M. “Boxing Clever.” The Sunday Tribune, Dublin, March 10
  8. McKenna, K. “Lazy Clever Doubt.” Trinity News, Dublin, March 6
  9. Daly, C. “Padraig Timoney: Lazy Clever Doubt.” The Sunday Times, Dublin, March 3
  10. “Lazy Clever Doubt.” exh. cat. with text by C. Mac Giolla Léith, Douglas Hide Gallery, Dublin

2000

  1. “Small Battles.” text by D. Briers, Art Monthly N° 241, November
  2. “British Art Show 5.” text by I. Hunt, Art Monthly N° 236, May
  3. “British Art Show.” text by R. Cork, Times, London, April 12

1999

  1. “Padraig Timoney, membranes of [thins pfast].” cat with text by L. Gillick, Orchard Gallery, Derry
  2. “Liverpool Biennial.” text by M. Sweet, Independent on Sunday, October 3

1998

  1. “In at the Deep End.” text by B. Hayden, Big Issue North N° 229, September
  2. “Private Face - Urban Space...”, text by M. Croomer, Flash Art Int., Summer
  3. “North and South. Belfast to Dublin via Derry.” text by D. Musgrave, Art Monthly, N°217, June
  4. “Irish Art…”, text by D. Burrows, Art Monthly N° 216, May
  5. “Padraig Timoney.” text by S. Barucco, Flash Italia Art No. 209, April - May
  6. “Padraig Timoney.” text by M. Archer, Artforum n. 7, March
  7. “Olympic Village.” text by D. Burrows, Art Monthly N° 213, February
  8. “Padraig Timoney.” text by F. Mollica, Tema Celeste, January - March

1997

  1. “Padraig Timoney.” text by M. Currah, Time out London, December 3
  2. “Padraig Timoney.” text G. Forgiane, Casamia, Naples, n. 25 December
  3. “Engelsgleich.” Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, N° 272, November 22
  4. “Gallery’s best is yet to come.” Highbury Islington Express, November 7
  5. Balmas, P. “Città Aperta.” Segno, No.158, Pescara, October
  6. Bevan, R. “Genillard to Clerkenwell.” The Art Newspaper, N° 74, October
  7. “On n’en croit pas ses yeux.” Le Nouveau Quotidien, February 21
  8. Polla, B. “La Ville en Instantanés.” Extension, January 28
  9. “Città Aperta.” cat. with text by R. Bianchini, Città S. Angelo
  10. “La bella addormentata.” exh. cat., Palazzo Basile, Città S.Angelo
  11. “Fuori Uso.” cat. exh., Galleria C. Manzo, Pescara

1996

  1. Kerr, J. “Padraig Timoney.” Circa, Autumn
  2. Hindry, A. “Sculpture anglaise: le clavier de l’imagination.” Artpress, June
  3. Musgrave, D. “Damien Duffy/Padraig Timoney.” Art Monthly, N° 195, April
  4. Samaras, A. “The Image of Europe.” Zoom N°13, March - April
  5. Hubbard, S. “Damian Duffy and Padraig Timoney.” Time Out London, No.1334, March 13
  6. Sgroi, M. “La Funzione sociale dell’arte nel mondo dell’informazione.” Liberazione, February 6
  7. Agnisola, G. “Più che reale, virtuale.” Avvenire, January 28
  8. Sgroi, M. “C’è un virus nel barocco della Reggia di Caserta.” Liberazione, January 18
  9. “More than Real.” Prima Fila, n. 1, January 1
  10. “More than Real.” cat. with texts by J.Baudrillard, F.Bonami, M.Sgroi, G.Verzotti, Reggia di Caserta

1995

  1. Anson, L. “Making it: England’s Glory.” Untitled, N° 9, Winter
  2. Searle, A. “Wild roses grow by the Roadside.” Time Out, London, June 7-14
  3. “Making It.” cat. with text by L.Biggs, Tate Gallery Liverpool, June
  4. Giannotti, P.M. “Padraig Timoney.” Oltre Magazine, No.4
  5. “Padraig Timoney.” cat. Exh. Oltre la normalità concentrica, cur. by G. Romano, Padova, Spring
  6. Galdieri, F. “Mostre a Napoli.” Segno, No.138, Pescara, January-February
  7. Mollica, F. “Padraig Timoney.” Tema Celeste, No.50, Milan, January-March
  8. Perretta, G. “Padraig Tymoney.” Flash Art, No.189, Dec. – Jan.

1994

  1. Trione, V. “Il volto amaro dell’America.” Il Mattino, November
  2. Notte, R. “Le immagini di Timoney.” Il Tempo, November 13
  3. “Padraig Timoney.” cat. with text by D. Sheehan, Padraig Timoney and Galleria Raucci/Santamaria ed, Naples
  4. “Padraig Timoney.” Sunday Times Magazine, London, April 17
  5. “Rien a Signaler.” cat. with text by G. Romano, Galleria Analix ed., Geneve
  6. Jones, G. “Global Art.” Flash Art International No.178, New York, October
  7. Dannat, A. “Young British art now.” The Sunday Times Magazine, London, April 17

1993

  1. Kastner, J. “Padraig Timoney.” Frieze No. 13, London, Nov/Dec.
  2. “Webs from Jerusalem.” exh. cat., Padraig Timoney and Laure Genillard Gallery ed., London
  3. Joyce, C. “Ellis O’Connell / Padraig Timoney.” Art Monthly, No. 171, London, November
  4. Kent, S. “Padraig Timoney.” Time Out London, October 13 - 20
  5. McEwan, J. “East the artists, west the public (East).” Sunday Telegraph, London, August 8
  6. “East.” exh. cat., Norwich Gallery ed., Norwich
  7. Hilton, T. “Pleasant surprise… (East).” The Indipendent on Sunday, London, July

1992

  1. Lillington, D. “Love at first sight.” Time Out London, September
  2. Lillington, D. “Padraig Timoney.”Time Out London, August
  3. Collings, M. “Four sculptor.” City Limits, January

Catalogues

2014

  1. Rabbottini, Alessandro. Padraig Timoney: Microtome. Mondadori Electa S.p.A., Milan

2006

  1. Liste, The Young Art Fair, Basel

2005

  1. Napoli Presente – Posizione e prospettive dell’Arte Contemporanea,curated by L. Hegyi,
  2. P.A.N. Center for Contemporary Art, Naples, Electa Napoli
  3. Frieze art Fair, October 2002
  4. A Long Campaign, text by D. Robbins, Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool, England
  5. Mac Giolla Léith, C., Lazy Clever Doubt, Douglas Hide Gallery, Dublin, Ireland

2000

  1. Gillick, L., Pádraig Timoney, membranes of (thins pfast), Orchard Gallery, Derry, Ireland

1997

  1. Città Aperta”, cat. with text by R.Bianchini, Città S.Angelo, Italy
  2. La bella addormentata, Palazzo Basile, Città S.Angelo, Italy
  3. Fuori Uso, Galleria C.Manzo, Pescara, Italy

1996

  1. More than Real, texts by J.Baudrillard, F.Bonami, M.Sgroi, G.Verzotti,
  2. Reggia di Caserta. Palazzo Reale, Caserta, Italy

1995

  1. Biggs,L., Making It, Tate Gallery Liverpool, England

1994

  1. Pádraig Timoney, with text by D. Sheehan, Pádraig Timoney and
  2. Galleria Raucci/Santamaria ed, Naples, Italy
  3. Rien a Signaler , text by G. Romano, Galleria Analix ed., Geneve, Switzerland

1993

  1. Webs from Jerusalem, Pádraig Timoney and Laure Genillard Gallery, London, England
  2. East, Norwich Gallery, Norwich, United Kingdom

Editorial

2000-02

  1. Book Editor (with Tom Wood), design and preproduction of publications. PhotieMan and Bus Odyssey.

1995

  1. Exhibition curator for A4 Favours, Three Month Gallery, Liverpool.

1995-2001

  1. Contributing writer to Art Monthly and Frieze magazines, catalogue and pamphlet texts. Book editor (with Tom Wood).

1993-1996

  1. Art Editor. L Scene Magazine, Liverpool

Curitorial

2003

  1. “Pen Tests”, Illy Collection 2004, the new cups.

2002

  1. Selecter, Dedalus, Context Gallery, Derry, N. Ireland.

1999

  1. Exhibition curator, Liverpool Biennial-David Robbins, Brion Gysin, Fantasy Heckler.

Projects

  1. Black Diamond, Issue 2, cur. by Duncan Hamilton

Public Collections

  1. Albright-Knox, Buffalo, NY
  2. Arts Council England, UK
  3. Arts Council of Northern Ireland Collection
  4. The British Council Collection
  5. Centre Pompidou, Paris, France
  6. Musee D'art Moderne, Villeneuve D'Ascon, France
  7. The MAG Collection, UK
  8. Museo Madre, Naples, Italy