Ted Larsen






 

TED LARSEN WORKING STATEMENT

The works I create supply commentary on minimalist belief systems and the ultimate importance of High Art practice. An artist's work usually adheres to the construct of a cohesive direction with the work illustrating a single theme or underscoring a didactic agenda. But such a logical order has no specific place in my studio practice.

Introducing alternative and salvage materials to my own formally driven abstract sculpture, I hope to bring purist shapes and surfaces back down to earth. I quest for new materials, "non-art materials" to create my work. The work is based on a post-meduim studio practice. I am constructing bricolage works in order to re-purpose the materials and re-identify their meanings: to re-contextualize and re-label the idea of Ready-mades. It is my on-going experimentation with contexts, hybrids, and scale.

The works keep possession of pleasing formality and visceral elegance while making fun of modernist purity. This is a tribute to anti-triumphalism, the spontaneous, non-hierarchical, un- monumental thematic artistic landscape which offers no specific resolution and no isolation of meaning.


bio

Ted Larsen (b. 1964, USA) is a nationally exhibiting artist and Pollock-Krasner Foundation recipient with a BA from Northern Arizona University. The work he creates supply commentary on minimalist belief systems and the ultimate importance of High Art practice. Since 2001, Larsen has used alternative and salvage materials in his studio exercises.

Ted Larsen's work has been exhibited widely in museums in the US, including the New Mexico Museum of Art in Santa Fe, The Albuquerque Museum, The Amarillo Museum of Art, The Spiva Center for the Arts in Joplin, Missouri, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art as well as in over eighty gallery exhibitions. He has received grants from the Surdna Foundation and the Pollock Krasner Foundation, as well as residencies with the Edward F. Albee Foundation and Asilah Arts Festival in Morocco, where he was the selected to be the USA representative. He has guest lectured at The South Carolina Governor's School for the Arts in Greenville, South Carolina; University of Art and Design in Santa Fe, New Mexico; The Palm Springs Art Museum, Palm Springs, California; The New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico; Site Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico; Texas Society of Architects, Dallas, Texas.

Larsen has been featured in Art in American, ArtNews, SouthWest Art, Mountain Living, Architectural Digest, Sculpture Magazine, and Art Gallery International magazines. He has had reviews in The New York Times, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Denver Post, and The Dallas Morning News amongst others. Larsen's work appears in the books Art On The Edge, Biennial Southwest, The Curtain of Trees, New American Paintings, and Millennium Collection. Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) produced an interview with Larsen.

Ted Larsen is included in the collections of The New Mexico Museum of Art, The New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs, The Edward F. Albee Foundation, Proctor & Gamble, The Bolivian Consulate, Reader's Digest, PepsiCo, The University of Miami, The University of Texas, Krasel Art Center, Dreyfus Funds, JP Morgan Chase, Forbes and Pioneer Hi-Bred, Inc.



Born in South Haven, Michigan


Lives and Works in Santa Fe, New Mexico



Awards

  • 2012

    Artist Stipend Award, Wichita Falls Arts Council, Wichita Falls, Texas
  • 2011

    • Surdna Foundation, New York, New York, Educational Travel Grant
    • Asilah Arts Festival, Asilah, Morocco, United States of American Representative, Invited by the King of Morocco, Mohammed VI
  • 2009

    Edward F. Albee Foundation Residency Fellowship
  • 2008

    • Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant Award
    • Friends of Contemporary Art Purchase Prize, New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • 1996

    Open Studio Press Publication, Exhibition Award, Open Studio Press, Boston, Massachusetts
  • 1995

    • First Place Painting, Cherry Creek Arts Festival, Denver, Colorado
    • Second Place Pastels and Drawing, Cherry Creek Arts Festival, Denver, Colorado
  • 1993

    • First Place Award of Painting Excellence, The Plaza Art Festival, Kansas City, Kansas
    • Third Place Pastels and Drawing, Cherry Creek Arts Festival, Denver, Colorado
  • 1987

    Exhibition Award, Museum of Northern Arizona, Flagstaff, Arizona
  • 1986

    Award of Painting Distinction, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona

Solo Exhibitions

  • 2017

    • Robischon Gallery, Denver, Colorado
    • The Old Jail Art Center (Cell Series), Albany, Texas
    • Jack Fischer Gallery, San Francisco, California
  • 2016

    • Visual Arts Center of New Jersey (Studio X), Summit, New Jersey
    • Private View, Turino, Italy
    • Margaret Thatcher Projects, New York, New York
  • 2015

    • Conduit Gallery, Dallas, Texas
    • Robischon Gallery, Denver, Colorado
  • 2014

    • Schmidt Dean Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    • McMurtrey Gallery, Houston, Texas
    • Lesley Heller Workspace, New York, New York
  • 2013

    • David Richard Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico
    • Conduit Gallery, Dallas, Texas
    • Pan American Art Projects, Miami, Florida
  • 2012

    • Schmidt Dean Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    • McMurtrey Gallery, Houston, Texas
    • New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico
    • OK Harris Works of Art, New York, New York
    • Axle Contemporary, Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • 2011

    • Robischon Gallery, Denver, Colorado
    • Conduit Gallery, Dallas, Texas
  • 2010

    • Eight Modern, Santa Fe, New Mexico
    • Pan American Art Projects, Miami, Florida
    • Clark Gallery, Lincoln, Massachusetts
  • 2009

    • Schmidt Dean Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    • Anne Reed Gallery, Ketchum, Idaho
  • 2008

    • Pan American Art Projects, Dallas, Texas
    • Eight Modern, Santa Fe, New Mexico
    • OK Harris Works of Art, New York, New York
  • 2007

    • Pan American Art Projects, Miami, Florida
    • Parks Gallery, Taos, New Mexico
    • LewAllen Contemporary, Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • 2006

    • Madelyn Jordan Fine Art, Scarsdale, New York
    • Pan American Art Projects, Dallas, Texas
  • 2005

    • LewAllen Contemporary, Santa Fe, New Mexico
    • Thomas Ingerick Gallery, Aspen, Colorado
    • Rentz Gallery, Richmond, Virginia
  • 2004

    Amarillo Museum of Art, Amarillo, Texas
  • 2003

    • Munson Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico
    • Lisa Kurts Gallery, Memphis, Tennessee
    • J. Cotter Gallery, Vail, Colorado
    • Madelyn Jordan Fine Art, Scarsdale, New York
  • 2002

    • Munson Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico
    • Thomas Ingerick Gallery, Aspen, Colorado
    • J. Cotter Gallery, Vail, Colorado
  • 2001

    • Joyce Petter Gallery, Douglas, Michigan
    • Ventana Fine Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico
    • J. Cotter Gallery, Vail, Colorado
    • Thomas Ingerick Gallery, Aspen, Colorado
  • 2000

    • Joyce Petter Gallery, Douglas, Michigan
    • Ventana Fine Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico
    • Thomas Ingerick Gallery, Aspen, Colorado
  • 1999

    • Ventana Fine Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico
    • Joyce Petter Gallery, Saugatuck, Michigan
  • 1998

    • Leapingotis Fine Art, Vail, Colorado
    • Gallery A, Taos, New Mexico
    • Ventana Fine Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • 1997

    • Leapingotis Fine Art, Vail, Colorado
    • Ventana Fine Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • 1996

    Hahn Ross Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • 1995

    Hahn Ross Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • 1994

    Gingrass Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • 1988

    Joyce Petter Gallery, Saugatuck Michigan
  • 1987

    Button Gallery, Douglas, Michigan
  • 1986

    Northern Arizona University Museum, Flagstaff, Arizona

Group Exhibitions

  • 2016

    • Galveston Art Center, Galveston, Texas
    • Seager Gray Gallery, Powder & Smoke, Mill Valley, California
    • Schoolhouse Gallery, Provincetown, Massachusetts
    • Seager Gray Gallery, Material Matters, Mill Valley, California
    • Carneal Simmons Contemporary, Dallas, Texas
  • 2015

    • Miami Projects with Robishon Gallery & Jack Fischer Gallery, Miami, Florida
    • Pulse Miami Beach with Margaret Thatcher Projects, Miami, Florida
    • Miami Projects with Robischon Gallery & Jack Fischer Gallery, Miami, Florida
    • Corey Daniels Gallery, Wells, Maine
    • Margaret Thatcher Projects, New York, New York
    • Strohl Art Center, Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, New York
    • Peters Projects, Santa Fe, New Mexico
    • Margaret Thatcher Projects, New York, New York
  • 2014

    • Jamie Brooks Fine Art, Costa Mesa, California
    • Miami Projects with Robischon Gallery & Lesley Heller Workspace, Miami, Florida
    • Art Aspen with Robischon Gallery, Aspen Colorado
    • Conduit Gallery, Dallas, Texas
    • Robischon Gallery, Denver, Colorado
  • 2013

    • New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico
    • Schiltkamp Gallery, Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts
    • Schmidt Dean Gallery, Philidelphia, Pennsylvania
    • McMurtrey Gallery, Houston, Texas
    • Texas Contemporary Art Fair with Robischon Gallery, Houston, Texas
    • Design Santa Fe, American Society of Interior Designers, Santa Fe, New Mexico
    • Art Aspen with Robischon Gallery, Aspen, Colorado
    • Robischon Gallery, Denver, Colorado
  • 2012

    • David Richard Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico
    • Museum of Geometric and MADI Art, Dallas, Texas
    • Palmer Museum of Art, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania
    • McMurtrey Gallery, Houston, Texas
    • Miami Projects with Conduit Gallery, Miami, Florida
    • Art Miami with Pan American Art Projects & David Richard Gallery, Miami, Florida
    • Texas Contemporary with Conduit Gallery & Robischon Gallery, Houston, Texas
    • Art Houston with McMurtrey Gallery, Houston, Texas
    • Lesley Heller Workspace, New York, New York
    • David Richard Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico
    • Art Aspen with Robischon Gallery, Aspen, Colorado
    • Kemp Center for the Arts, Wichita Falls, Texas
    • Robischon Gallery, Denver, Colorado
    • 516 Arts, Albuquerque, New Mexico
  • 2011

    • Conduit Gallery, Dallas, Texas
    • Asilah Arts Festival, Asilah, Morocco, United States of America Representative
    • Art Miami with Robischon Gallery, Miami, Florida
    • New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico
    • Art Aspen with Lesley Heller Workspace, Aspen, Colorado
    • McMurtrey Gallery, Houston, Texas
    • Pinta Art Fair, Pan American Art Projects, London, England
  • 2010

    • Robischon Gallery, Denver, Colorado
    • Aqua Art Fair with Robischon Gallery, Miami, Florida
    • Lesley Heller Workspace, New York, New York
    • McMurtrey Gallery, Houston, Texas
  • 2009

    • Dallas Art Fair, Conduit Gallery, Dallas, Texas
    • Conduit Gallery, Dallas, Texas
    • Andrea Schwartz Gallery, San Francisco, California
    • Scope Art Fair, Pan American Art Projects, Basel, Switzerland
    • LA Art Fair, Pan American Art Projects, Los Angeles, California
  • 2008

    • Pulse Art Fair, Pan American Art Projects. Miami, Florida
    • Aqua Art Fair, Rule Gallery, Miami, Florida
    • Grace Museum, Abilene, Texas
    • Galleri Urbane, Marfa, Texas
    • Rule Gallery, Denver, Colorado
    • Pan American Art Projects, Miami, Florida
    • Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico
    • LA Art Fair, Pan American Art Projects, Los Angeles, California
  • 2007

    • Art Miami, Pan American Art Projects, Miami, Florida
    • Contemporary Art Dealers of Dallas Art Fair, Dallas, Texas
    • Lemmons Contemporary, New York, New York
    • Parks Gallery, Taos, New Mexico
    • Pan American Art Projects, Miami, Florida
    • LA Art Fair, Los Angeles, California with LewAllen Contemporary
    • Art Miami, Miami Beach, Florida with Pan American Art Projects
    • Palm Beach 3, Palm Beach, Florida with Pan American Art Projects
    • Red Dot, New York City, New York, with Sears-Peyton Gallery and Madelyn Jordan Fine Art
  • 2006

    • Art Basil/Miami, Miami Beach, Florida with Pan American Art Projects
    • Wooster Art Space, New York City, New York
    • LewAllen Contemporary, Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • 2005

    • Fine Arts Museum, Santa Fe, New Mexico
    • Pan American Art Projects, Dallas, Texas
  • 2004

    • Chase Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts
    • Butters Gallery, Portland, Oregon
    • Rentz Gallery, Richmond, Virginia
  • 2002

    Colorado School of Mines, Golden, Colorado
  • 2001

    Munson Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • 2001

    Ventana Fine Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • 1999

    Spiva Center for the Arts, Joplin, Missouri
  • 1998

    Tanglewood Arts Center, North Hampton, Massachusetts 1995 Cherry Creek Arts Festival, Denver, Colorado
  • 1993

    • Cherry Creek Arts Festival, Denver, Colorado
    • Kansas City Arts Festival, Kansas City, Kansas
  • 1991

    St. Louis Art Fair, St. Louis, Missouri
  • 1989

    Coconut Grove Arts Festival, Miami Beach, Florida
  • 1987

    Philadelphia Museum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • 1987

    Museum of Northern Arizona, Flagstaff, Arizona

Guest Lectures

  • 2014

    • Philadelphia Academy of Fine Arts, "The Review Panel, Philadelphia," An Evening of Critial Debate, November 12, 2014
    • PSite Santa Fe, "Studio Visit and Presentation of Practice"
    • PBoulder Museum of Contemporary Art, "Guest Lecture on Studio Pratice and Materials"
  • 2013

    Interview with Hakim Bellamy, Poet Laureate, for New Mexico PBS produced program "Colores" http://portal.knme.org/video/2365095199/ (taped Sept. 11, 2013)
  • 2012

    • Studio Visit and Presentation of Practice, Denver Art Museum visits Santa Fe, New Mexico
    • University of Art & Design, Santa Fe, New Mexico, "Guest Lecture on Contemporary Art Topics"
  • 2011

    • South Carolina Governor's School for the Arts, "Guest Lecture and Visiting Artist”
    • Palm Springs Art Museum, "Guest Lecture on Studio Practice and Materials”
    • Friends of Contemporary Art, New Mexico Museum of Art, "Guest Lecture on Studio Practice and Materials”
    • University of Art & Design, Santa Fe, New Mexico, "Guest Lecture on Studio Practice and Materials”
  • 2010

    • University of Art & Design at Eight Modern, Santa Fe, New Mexico, “Installation Principles”
    • Art Table at Eight Modern, Santa Fe, New Mexico, "Presentation on Critical Theory for Members”
    • Site Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico, "Board of Directors, Studio
    • Visit and Observation”
  • 2008

    New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico, "Friends of Contemporary Art Lecture”
  • 2007

    Miami Art Museum at Pan American Art Projects Gallery, Miami, Florida, “Exhibition Presentation”
  • 2006

    Texas Society of Architects at Pan American Art Projects Gallery, Dallas, Texas, “Art to Architecture”

Education

  • 1986

    B.A. General Studies Science, Northern Arizonan University, Flagstaff, Magna Cum Laude
  • 1982-84

    Whittier College, Whittier, California

Bibliography

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  • L'Officiel, December & January, 2015-16, Number 1001, "Clara Malloy, The Inn of the Anazai," Frederique DeDet
  • Westword Arts, Denver Edition, June 2, 2015, "Getting the Most Out of Minimalism at the Robischon and Rule Galleries," Michael Paglia
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  • Trend Magazine, Fall Issue of 2014, "Trouble with the Curve," Craig Smith
  • Sculpture Magazine, March, 2014, "Surfaced Forms, Ted Larsen," Scott Rothstein
  • Westword Arts, Denver Edition, February 20, 2014, "Conceptual Abstraction Runs Through Shows at Robischon and Vertigo,” Michael Paglia
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  • The Philadelphia Inquirer, December 13, 2009, Low Key Wit, Charm, and Color, Edith Newhall
  • Biennial Southwest '08, October, 2008, Stephanie Hanor, Albuquerque Museum of Art and History
  • The SantaFean, “The Hot 150, Artists in New Mexico, June, 2008, Dianna Delling
  • Dallas Morning News, “Quick Take Reviews”, November 2, 2008, Charles Dee Mitchell
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Public and Corporate Collections

  • Jackson National Life Insurance Company, Lansing, Michigan
  • Permanent Collection of the University of Texas, Dallas
  • New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs, State Of New Mexico, Santa Fe, N.M. Edward F. Albee Foundation
  • New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • Capital One, Richmond, Virginia
  • Janus Funds, Denver, Colorado
  • TCI of Colorado, Inc., Denver, Colorado
  • Sanford Business School, Birmingham, Alabama
  • Prudential Securities, Elkhart, Indiana
  • Burns McClellan, Inc, New York, New York
  • US West Inc, Englewood, California
  • Business Services Unlimited, Bodega Bay, California
  • Qupkka Sports, San Francisco, California
  • Quail Run Resort, Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • Mission Valley Acupuncture, San Diego, California
  • Free Forms, Greensboro, North Carolina
  • Saltzman, Cohen, Massaro & Co., Denver, Colorado
  • Krasel Art Center, St. Joseph, Michigan
  • American Honda Motor Co, Inc, Aurora, Colorado
  • Robins Investments, Corpus Cristi, Texas
  • F & S Partners, Dallas, Texas
  • Pioneer Hi-Bred Inc, Des Moines, Iowa
  • United Artists, Inglewood, California
  • The St. Joe Company, Jacksonville, Florida
  • University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida
  • Lee Enterprises, Davenport, Iowa
  • Gaines Daugherty Hewon & Moddy, Austin, Texas
  • Bank One, Denver, Colorado
  • United Parcel Service, Atlanta, Georgia
  • U-Tran-U Undergarments, Denver, Colorado
  • Great Occasions, Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • Fidelity Investments, Miami, Florida
  • TNC Transport, Inc., Denver, Colorado
  • Grabber Trucking, Inc., Chicago, Illinois
  • UBS, New York, New York
  • Loews Giorgio Hotel, Denver, Colorado
  • The Boston Consulting Group, New York, New York
  • Pepsi-Cola Corp., Denver, Colorado
  • United Airlines, Inglewood, California
  • USC/Norris Cancer Center, Los Angeles, California
  • Insights In Marketing, Wilmette, Illinois
  • Marakon Association, San Francisco, California
  • KHOU-TV, Houston, Texas
  • Rubin, Baum, Levin, Miami, Florida
  • Reader’s Digest, Pleasantville, New York
  • Bolivian Consulate, Washington, D.C.
  • Proctor & Gamble, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Mathaei Interiors, New York, New York
  • Forbes, Inc., New York, New York
  • Rosenburg Accounting, New York, New York
  • The St. Louis Arts Festival, St. Louis, Missouri
  • Steel Case, Inc., Grand Rapids, Michigan
  • J.P. Morgan Chase, New York, New York
  • PepsiCo, Purchase, New York
  • John Eagle Motors HUB, Dallas, Texas
  • Dreyfus Funds, New York, New York
  • NBC, New York, New York
  • Rosenburg Accounting, New York, New York SC Johnson, Racine, Wisconsin
  • The Venitian Hotel, Macau, China Thoma Bravo, Chicago, Illinois