Se le ct ed So lo Exhibi tio ns:

2007   “New Paintings,” Kim Light/LightBox, Los Angeles, CA
2002   “Thomas Kovachevich: Paper/Plastic/Paint,” Project Room, Santa Monica Museum
       of Art, Santa Monica, CA
1997   Museum Baviera, Zurich, Switzerland
1996   Galerie Francesca Pia, Bern, Switzerland
1994   Kunsthaus Zug, Switzerland
1992   Curt Marcus Gallery, New York, NY
1991   “Thomas Kovachevich: Seeing Invisible Things,” The Corcoran Gallery of Art,
       Washington, DC
1989   Farideh Cadot Gallery, New York
1988   Musée de Marseille, Le Centre de la Vieille Charité, Le Centre International
       Recherche Verre Arts, Marseille, France
1987   Galerie Farieh Cadot, Paris, France
       Faridah Cadot Fallert, New York, NY
1986   Dart Gallery, Chicago, IL
       “Perfo 4D,” Lantaren/Venster, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
       “The Séance/An Opera,” Baskerville Watson Gallery, New York, NY
1985   Reference Gallery, Albert & Vera List Gallery, Massachusetts Institute of
       Technology, Cambridge, MA
1984   Solo exhibition, Berggruen Gallery, Paris, France
1981   Betsy Rosenfield Gallery, Chicago, IL
1982   Toni Gerber Gallery, Bern, Switzerland
       Portland Center for the Visual Arts, Portland, Oregon
1980   Galerie Toni Gerber, Bern, Switzerland
       “Paper Water Dances,” Herman Daled, Hotel Wolfers, Brussels, Belgium
       “Paper Comes Alive,” Kunsthalle Basel, Switzerland
       “Paper Comes Alive,” Kunstmuseum Bern, Switzerland
1978   Droll/Kolbert Gallery, New York, NY
       “Paper Comes Alive,” Center for the Arts, Matrix Gallery, Midland, Michigan
       “Paper Comes Alive,” Notre Dame University, South Bend Indiana
1977   “Paper Comes Alive, Four Stages,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
       “Paper Comes Alive,” The Drawing Center, New York, NY
       “Paper Comes Alive,” South Bend, Indiana
1976   “Paper Comes Alive,” Art Park, Lewiston, NY
1973   “Shadows,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
Se le ct ed Gr oup Exhib itio n s:

2007   “Incognito,” SMMOA, Santa Monica, CA
2006   “How Many People Can You Know When You Walk Into a Room,” Kim Light/
       LightBox, Los Angeles, CA
       “Incognito,” SMMOA, Santa Monica, CA
2005   “Light-Water-Sound-Heat: A Concert-Video Presentation,” Bruno Walter
       Auditorium, New York, NY
       “The Rite of Spring Street,” The Bowery Poetry Club, New York, NY
2004   “Up & Off the Wall,” Dumbo Arts Center, Brooklyn, NY
2002   “Examinations,” The Gallery, Pfizer Learning Center, Rye Brook, New York, NY
       “I Love New York Benefit,” Curt Marcus Gallery, New York, NY
2000   Symposium on Love, Guggenheim Public, Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice
1999   “Choice 99,” Exit Art, New York, NY
       Curt Marcus Gallery, New York, NY
1998   “Transmutations,” Galerie Rudolf Mangisch, Zurich, Switzerland
1997   New Acquisitions, Musée d’Art Contemporain, Marseille, France
1996   “Art in Chicago 1945-1995,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
       “Works on Paper,” Curt Marcus Gallery, New York, NY
       “Transition,” Galerie Farideh Cadot, Paris, France
       “Works On Paper,” Curt Marcus Gallery, New York, NY
1994   “Points of Interest, Points of Departure.” John Berrgruen Gallery, San Francisco, CA
       CIRVA: le verre, manieres de faire, Seoul Art Center. Seoul, Korea, Meguro
       Museum, Hyogo Prefecture, Ashiys City, Japan
1993   Collection Centre International Recherche Verre Arts, Musée de Luxembourg, Paris
       CIRVA, L’Association Jaqueline Voclz et Bruno Danse, Milan, Italy
1991   Curt Marcus Gallery, July, December
1990   “Noli Me Tangere,” Musée Cantonal des Beaux Arts, Sion, Switzerland
       “Invitational,” Curt Marcus Gallery, New York, NY
       Hall du C.N.A.P. (Center National des Arts Plastiques), Minustere de la Culture,
       Paris, France
1989   “Microsculpture,” University of Rhode island, Kingston, Rhode Island
1988   “L’Observatoire,” Salle Meridienne, L’Observatoire de Paris, Paris, France
       “L’Observatoire,” Farideh Cadot Gallery, New York, NY
       “La Double Transparence, 30 Vases Pour Le CIRVA,” Marseille, France, Belgium,
       “Zeitlos,” Kulturstadt Europas, Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, Germany
1987   “Drapeaux d’Artistes,” Musée d’Art de d’Histoire, Geneva, Switzerland
       “First Anniversary Show,” Farideh Cadot gallery, New York, NY
1986   “New Acquisitions Show,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
       “Particulars,” Baskerville & Watson Gallery, New York, NY
1985   “William Hokin Collection,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
       “Chicago Souvenir,” Dart Gallery, Chicago, IL
       “Then & Now,” Hyde Park art Center, Chicago, IL
1983   “Fan Show,” Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago, IL
1981   “Sculptural and Minitures and Miniature Sculpture,” Bueker & Harpsichords,
       New York, NY
1980    “Beyond Objects,” Aspen Center for the Visual Arts, Aspen, CO
1979    “A Tribute To Dance,” Squibb Gallery, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey
1978    “Flower Show,” Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago, IL
1977    “Daley’s Tomb,” N.A.M.E. Gallery, Chicago, IL
1976    “Abstract Art in Chicago,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
        “Arnold Bode Exhibition,” Kasseler Kunstverein, Kassel, Germany
1975    “Small Scale in Contemporary Art,” Art Institute of Chicago, IL
1973    8éme Biennale de Paris, Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris, France
        Musee National d’Art modern, Paris, France
        Musee de Peinture et de Sculpture, Grenoble, France
1972    Documenta 5, Kassel, Germany
1971    “White On White,” Museum of Contemporaqry Art, Chicago, IL
1970    Penthouse Gallery, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY

Se le ct ed Bibl iogr ap hy:

2005    Performance review, The Flog,, February
2002    Hoblock, Richard, “From The Inside Out,” catalogue, Paper/Plastic/Paint, Santa
        Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, CA
        Zellen, Jody. “Thomas Kovachevich, ”Paper/Plastic/Paint,”,
        Santa Monica Museun of Art, Santa Monica, CA
        Mastbaum, Blair, ”Project Room:homas Kovachevich, Paper/Plastic/Paint, Digital
        City: Los Angeles-Arts & Culture, Santa Monica Museum of Art. Santa Monica, CA
        Salt Lake Trib, Sept. 8, 2002, Salt Lake, Utah
        “Examinations,” Phizer Gallery, New York Times, Westchester, NY
2001    Finch, Elizabeth. The Drawing as Instrument.” Drawing Papers 20: 50.
1998    Amman, Daniel and Cimerman Zvjezdana, Transmutations, Zurich:
        Galerie Rudolf Mangisch.
1997    Vine, Richard. “Art in Chicago. 1945-1995.” Art in America 85 (May):106.
1995    Fellenberg, Walo von. “Zug Kunst in Action.” Blink (January).
1994    Baatsh, H.A. Thomas Kovachevich. Paris: Berggruen & Cie Gallery.
1992    Morgan, Robert C. “Thomas Kovachevich at Curt Marcus Gallery.” Art News 91
        (Summer): 135
        Sultan, Terri. Thomas Kovachevich, Seeing Invisible Things. Washington DC: The
        Corcoran Gallery of Art.
1988    Rian, Jeffrey. “Thomas Kovachevich at Farideh Cadot Gallery. Art in America 75
        (July): 128
        Grundbacher, Francois and Patricia Berreby. Thomas Kovachevich. Marseille:
        Musée de Marseille. France, May 5, 198
        Odile Quirot, “Geomertic des Sens,” Le Monde, May 5, 1988
1987    Dagbrat, Ann. “Thomas Kovachevich at Farideh Cadot.” Art Press (June): 115
1985    Russell, John. “Art Breathes Freely at MIT’s New Center.” New York Times, 28
        April, sec. 2rt
        Buzz Spector, White Walls, Autume, 1985, 22-23 (artist’s writings)
        Scott Morris, “The Secret Lives of Paper and Rubber, OMNI Magazine
1982    Kirshner, Judith Russi. “Thomas Kovachevich at Betsy Rosenfield Gallery.” Artforum
        20 (April): 84
       Peter Schjeldahl, text for Thomas Kovachevich K Motion: Paper Comes Alive, K
       Motion & Contemporary Books, Inc.
1981   Lyn DelliQuadri, “Thomas Kovachevich,” Reader, Chicago, September, 18, 1981
       Itsua Sakane, “Thomas Kovachevich Performance, Ashaki Shimbu, Japan, March
1979   Karen Borenstein Review, Art Express, Chicago
       C.L. Morrison, “Yes They Really Do Want A Mayor Memorial,” Art Forum,
       November, pg.51
       Mike Schnessel, “K. Motion,” The Trentonial, April 16,1979
       “Where & When Paper Comes Alive,” The Saginaw News, June 14, 1979
1977   Artner, Alan. “Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art.” Artforum 15 (April): 72
       _________, “Daley’s Tomb,” Chicago Tribune, March, 1977
       _________, “A Few Vital Questions,” Chicago Tribune, September 25, 1977
       _________, “Paper Comes Alive,” Chicago Journal, January 26, 1977
1976   Schjeldahl, Peter. “Letters from Chicago.” Art in America 64 (Summer): 56
1975   “Thomas Kovachevich Interview,” Hyde Park Herald

Mu seu m/ Cor por at e Co ll ec tio ns:

Century America, William J. Hokin Collection
CIRVA, The Center of Investigation and Research of Glass, Marseille, France
FRAC Centre, France
Jay Chiat Foundation
Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Chicago, IL
Musee d’Art Contemporain, Marseille, France
Museum d’Art Nancy, Nancy, France
Robert Wilson, Watermill Center, Watermill, NY

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