Individual Exhibitions

2011 “New Orleans – Six Year On” Gallery, Tallahassee, Florida
2007 “Plastic History”, Gadsden Arts Center, Quincy, Florida
2006 “Tyler Turkle – Films and Videos”, Tallahassee Film Society/All Saints Cinema, Tallahassee, Florida
1992 “Plastic Criteria,” Contemporary Art Museum – University of South Florida, Tampa,Florida – catalogue
1991 “Curtains,” Greenberg Wilson Gallery, New York, New York
1989 “Last Criterion,” Greenberg Wilson Gallery, New York, New York
  “Plastic Water,” Greenberg Wilson Gallery, New York, New York
1988 “Newest Criterion,” Greenberg Wilson Gallery, New York, New York
1987 “New Criterion,” CABLE, New York, New York
1986 “Plastic History,” White Columns, New York, New York

Group Exhibitions

2006 “Currency: Art as Money/Money as Art,” Mary Brogan Musuem of Art and Science, Tallahassee, Florida – catalogue
2002 “Florida Photogenesis,” Southeast Museum of Photography, Daytona Beach, Florida
2001 “Florida Photogenesis,” Appleton Museum of Art, Ocala, Florida
2000 “Florida Photogenesis,” Florida State University Museum, Tallahassee, Florida – curated by Robert Fichter – catalogue
  “Basel Art Fair Preview,” zingmagazine and Tricia Collins Contemporary Art, Basel, Switzerland
1998 “Fashioned,” White Box Gallery, New York, New York – curated by Suzan Batu and Bill Dougherty – catalogue
  “Fashioned,” White Box Gallery, Philadelphia, PA – curated by Suzan Batu and Bill Dougherty
1997 “Bang! The Gun as Image,” Florida State University Art Museum, Tallahassee, FL – curated by George Blakeley – catalogue
  “The Resonance of Paint,” Dunedin Fine Arts Center, Dunedin, Florida – curated by Genevieve Linnehan
1996 “Capital Film Festival,” Miracle Theatre, Tallahassee, FL
1995 “44th Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting,” Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. – curated by Terrie Sultan – catalogue-essay by Eleanor Heartney
  “A Vital Matrix,” Domestic Settings, Los Angeles, CA – curated by Jane Hart – boxed edition and catalogue
1994 “PUBER-ALLES,” Stedelijk Museum Bureau, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
1993 “Tower of Babel,” HERE, New York, New York – organized by Troy Maier
  “One of Us,” Kunsthal, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, – organized by Mark Wilson and Cokkie Snoei
1992 “Art Show,” New York Downtown Hospital, New York, New York – curated by Troy Maier
  “St. Vitus On Ecstasy: Eco-MusÈe For Dance and Illness,” Suzanne Biederberg Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  “Painterly Object,” S. Bitter Larkin Gallery, New York, New York
  “Epigrams for the Mirror Blind,” Momentary Modern Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
1991 “New Era Space,” New York, New York – curated by Collins & Milazzo
  “A New Low,” Claudio Botello Gallery, Turin, Italy – curated by Collins & Milazzo – catalogue
  “Outside America,” Fay Gold Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia – curated by Collins & Milazzo – catalogue
1990 “All Quiet on the Western Front?,” Espace Dieu, Paris, France – organized by GÈrard Delsol and Antoine Candau – catalogue
  “Pools,” Modus Vivendi, Zurich / Art Moderne, Moscow – curated by Nancy Jones – catalogue essay by Robert Mahoney
  “Twentieth Anniversary Benefit,” White Columns, New York, New York – curated by Bill Arning
  “Fragments, Parts, Wholes; The Body and Culture,” White Columns, New York, New York – curated by Saul Ostrow
  “The Last Laugh,” Massimo Audiello Gallery, New York, New York – curated by Collins & Milazzo
  “Joseph Nechvatal, Andres Serrano, Tyler Turkle,” Barbara Gillman Gallery, Miami, Florida – curated by Joe Jacobs
1989 “Buena Vista,” John Gibson Gallery, New York, New York – curated by Collins & Milazzo – catalogue
  “Group Show,” Galerie Antoine Candau, Paris,
France
  “Featuring Florida,” John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota, Florida – curated by Joe Jacobs – catalogue
  “R.M. Fischer, Laurie Simmons, Tyler Turkle, William Wegman,” Greenberg Wilson Gallery, New York, New York
  “Made in Florida,” University of South Florida Art Museum, Tampa, Florida – curated by Margaret Miller, Joe Jacobs and David Courtney – catalogue
  “Science Projects,” Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsylvania – curated by Janet Borden – catalogue
  “41st Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting,” Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. – curated by William Fagaly – catalogue
  “More Made in Florida,” Gillman Stein Gallery, Tampa, Florida
1988 “Traveling,” Althea Viafora Gallery, New York, New York – curated by Luis DeJesus
  “Art At The End Of The Social,” Rooseum, Malmo, Sweden – curated by Collins & Milazzo – catalogue
  “Life Like,” Lorence-Monk Gallery, New York, New York – curated by Marvin Heiferman
1987 “Modern Art Since 1984,” Nexus Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta, Georgia – curated by Louise Shaw and Virginia Wright with Ron Jones and Robert Nickas – catalogue
  “Art Against Aids,” New York, New York – curated by Anne Livet and Stephen Reichard
  “Benefit Show,” White Columns, New York, New York – organized by Bill Arning
  “The Glittering Prize,” Stux Gallery, New York, New York – curated by Bill Arning
1987 “The Atlanta Biennial,” Nexus Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta, Georgia – curated by Alan Sondheim
1986 “Update,” White Columns, New York, New York – curated by Bill Arning – catalogue
  “Ultrasurd,” S.L. Simpson Gallery, Toronto, Canada – curated by Collins & Milazzo catalogue
  “Retroactive,” Hallwalls, Buffalo, New York – curated by Catherine Howe – catalogue
  “Spiritual America,” C.E.P.A., Buffalo, New York – curated by Collins & Milazzo
1984 “Still Life With Transaction,” International with Monument, New York, New York – curated by Collins & Milazzo
  “Still Life With Transaction,” Galerie Jurka, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  “New Capital,” White Columns, New York, New York – curated by Collins & Milazzo
1980 “New Orleans Triennial,” New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, Louisiana – curated by Marcia Tucker and William Fagaly – catalogue
1978 Sherwood Oaks Experimental Film Festival, Sherwood Oaks College, Hollywood, California – Documentary Award
1977 Bellevue Film Festival, Seattle, Washington
1976 Independent Filmmakers Exposition, Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, New York
1975 “Three Young Filmmakers,” Herbert F. Johnson Museum, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
  Penn State Film Festival, Penn State University, University Park, Pennsylvania
  “Exchange: Dallas, Fort Worth/San Francisco, Oakland,” Fort Worth Art Museum, Fort Worth, Texas
  “Exchange: Dallas, Fort Worth/San Francisco, Oakland,” San Francisco Museum of Art, San Francisco, California
1974 Athens International Film Festival, University of Ohio, Athens, Ohio

Selected Publications

“Benny ‘Kid’ Paret,” Tricia Collins and Richard Milazzo; NEW OBSERVATIONS, No. 46, March, 1987
“Artistic Anatomy,” BOMB, No. IIX, Fall 1987
“Recalling Psychedelia,” Carlo McCormick; HIGH TIMES, August, 1986
“Spiritual America,” CEPA QUARTERLY, Spring, 1986
“What is Black and Blue and Read All Over?,” NEW OBSERVATIONS, No. 28, 1985
“I Plead the Fifth,” EFFECTS : MAGAZINE FOR NEW ART THERORY, No. 1, Summer 1983

Selected Bibliography

“Peeling Through the Layers,” Mary Ann Marger; ST. PETERSBURG TIMES, Sept. 26,1997
“The Concept Is What Counts,” Mary Ann Marger; ST. PETERSBURG TIMES, June 29, 1992
“Genetic Aesthetic,” CONNOISSEUR, June, 1991
“Buena Vista,” Dana Shottenkirk; CONTEMPORANEA, March, 1990
“Buena Vista,” Alan Jones; TEMA CELESTE, January/March, 1990
“Tyler Turkle – Plastic Water and The Last Criterion,” Craig Adcock; TEMA CELESTE, January 1990
“Review: Tyler Turkle,” Eleanor Heartney; ART IN AMERICA, January, 1990
“New York Scene,” Steven Kaplan; ETC MONTREAL, Winter, 1989
“David Carrino, Charles Clough, Tyler Turkle,” Tricia Collins and Richard Milazzo; BOTTOM LINE, December 1989
“Tyler Turkle,” Marjorie Welish; ARTS, December, 1989
“Review: Tyler Turkle/Greenberg Wilson Gallery,” James Lewis; ARTFORUM, December 1989
“New This Week – Tyler Turkle,” Amy Barasch; 7 DAYS, September 27, 1989
“The CABLE Gallery,” Gary Indiana; HG, April, 1988
“Exhibit Abounds With a Messy Vitality,” Christopher Hume; TORONTO STAR, October 3, 1987
“Nexus Show Gently Buries the Corpse of the Avant-Garde,” Pam Perry; CREATIVE LOAFING, January 24, 1987
“Modern Twists, Has Little Momentum,” Catherine Fox; ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION, January 18, 1987
“Ultrasurd,” PARACHUTE, Winter 1986-1987
“Easy Pieces,” Gary Indiana; VILLAGE VOICE, December 22, 1986

Selected Public and Museum Collections

Groninger Museuem, Groningen, The Netherlands
John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota, FL
The Rooseum, Malmo, Sweden
Southeast Bank, Miami, FL
Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, FL
University of South Florida – Contemporary Art Museum, Tampa, FL

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