Solo show of new work at PPOW Gallery in New York
New York Times Magazine Article by Carolina Irving, Miguel Flores-Vianna and Charlotte de Carcaci. From ornate confections to extravagant centerpieces, the mood is decadent, and the table is set. December 2, 2014.
For P.P.O.W’s second consecutive year at The Armory Show, the gallery will preview new works by Dinh Q. Le, Hunter Reynolds,Timothy Horn and Ben Gocker, alongside historic works by Martin Wong and David Wojnarowicz.
Thursday, March 6th - Sunday, March 9th, 2014.
Hours: 12 pm to 7 pm.
Pier 94 - Contemporary, Booth # 755.
More info at: www.thearmoryshow.com
Artists featured at SEVEN will be Karen Arm, Bo Bartlett, George Boorujy, Timothy Horn, Portia Munson, Jessica Stoller, Robin Williams and David Wojnarowicz.
December 4 - 9th, 2012SEVEN opens to the public at 1:00 pm on Tuesday, December 4th, 2012.
2200 NW 2nd Ave. at NW 22nd St (Wynwood District) Miami, FL 33137
P.P.O.W. Gallery is happy to announce its participation in Expo Chicago! Visit them at Booth #612
Featuring work by artists: Martha Wilson, Hunter Reynolds, David Wojnarowicz, Timothy Horn, Arch Connelly, Robin Williams, Julie Heffernan, and Carolee Schneemann.
Located in Chicago's historic Navy Pier, September 20th - 23rd, 2012.
Curated by Beth Rudin DeWoody
Loretta Howard Gallery, NYC
Includes works by Richard Anuszkiewicz, Alice Aycock, Darby Bannard, Sheila Berger, Bram Bogart, Hubert Bush, Francis Celentano, John Chamberlain, Julia Chiang, Jim Clark, Colette, Michael Combs, Keith Coventry, E.V. Day, Peter Dayton, Don Dudley, Margaret Evangeline, Mark Fox, Carl Fudge, Orly Genger, Peter D. Gerakaris, Robert Gober, Richard Haden, Alice Hope, Timothy Horn, Rachel Hovnanian, Deborah Kass, Dylan Kawahara, Yayoi Kusama, Luisa Lambri, Robert Lazzarini, Sol LeWitt, Liza Lou, Matt Magee, Mandad, Yassi Mazandi, Paul McCarthy, John McLaughlin, Deirdre Merrigan, Jeffry Mitchell, Simon Dybbroe Møller, Maynard Monrow, Roxy Paine, Randy Polumbo, Anselm Reyle, Dorothea Rockburne, Cordy Ryman, Tom Sachs, Arlene Shechet, Kasper Sonne, Steven & William, Marc Swanson, Erick Swenson, Type A, Leo Villareal, Sidonie Villere, Gerhard von Graevenitz, Steve Wolfe, Erwin Wurm, and Rob Wynne.
January 13 – February 12, 2011
Opening reception: Thursday, January 13, 2011, 6 - 8 pm
525 West 26th Street
New York, NY 10001
Timothy Horn is very thankful to the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Inc. for the award of a 2010 Artist Grant.
To be included in the exhibit at "The Art Show", Julie Heffernan and Timothy Horn have produced a work in collaboration, titled "Self Portrait as Peter the great". See below for exhibition details.
July 15 - September 20, 2009
Exhibition curated by Ursula Ilse Neuman Work of 60 artists who use glass as a "wearable" material.
Museum of Arts and Design
2 Columbus Circle, New York
July 1 - August 1, 2009
Group Show at
531 W 36th Street
New York, NY 10018
(work featured: Grand Noeud, 2009)
July 7 - August 15, 2009
Group Exhibition at
(work featured: Miranda, 2009)
LAND/ART 2009 and the exhibition
"Here & There: Seeing New Ground" at 516 ARTS
present an off-site installation
Medusa by Timothy Horn
with an evening reception on
Friday, July 10, 6-8 pm
and viewing on
Saturday, July 11, 12-5 pm
1711 Painted Sky Road, Santa Fe NM 87507
for directions or further details
An exhibition for LAND/ART featuring 14 contemporary artists examining the landscape from perspectives that are both visual and cultural, by Native and non-Native artists who subvert landscape perspective to examine issues of the environment and human beings' relationship with nature. Artists include Laurie Anderson, Timothy Horn and Lordy Rodriguez.
516 Arts, Albuquerque, NM
June 2 – July 11, 2009
Includes some of Australia’s most significant established artists, such as Rosalie Gascoigne, Robert Klippel and Colin Lanceley, with those of a younger generation like Neil Roberts, Ah Xian, Tim Horn and Ricky Swallow. What the artists share in common is a fascination with reinvention—with taking old materials or established ideas and finding fresh, distinctive and poetic ways to express them.
National Gallery of Australia
16 May – 13 September 2009