Museum of Art Lodz


ARTIST: Craig-Martin Michael


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Craig-Martin Michael: Wall Paintings - An Oak Tree


1941
Born 28 August in Dublin, Ireland
1945
Family moves to Washington, D.C.,
1955-59
Attends The Priory School, Washington, D.C., an English Benedictine high school
1957
Father working temporarily in Bogota, Colombia: attends Lycee Francais, Bogota; first drawing classes with Spanish artist Antonio Road
1958
Returns to Washington, D.C., resumes education at The Priory School; attends drawing classes given by Washington artist
1959
Fordham University, New York City, Studying English Literature History
1961
Summer in Paris drawing and painting at the Academie de la Grande Chaumiere. Transfers in autumn to Fine Art Department, Yale Collage, Yale University, New Haven; meets Richard Serra, Chuck Close, Brice Marden, Nancy Graves
1963
Marries painter Jan Hashey; graduates from Yale with B.A. degree in painting; accepts teaching job at The Mountain School, Vershire, Vermont; daughter Jessica born
1964
Returns to Yale as post-graduate student in Painting Department of the School of Art and Architecture
1966
Receives M.F.A. degree; accepts teaching job, Bath Academy of Art, Corsham, England
1968
Moves to London; continues to teach at Corsham as well as Canterbury Collage of Art
1969
First one-artist exhibition at the Rowan Gallery, London; regular one- artist exhibitions at Rowan throughout 1970s
1970-72
Appointed Artist-in-Residence at King's College, Cambridge
1973
Separates from wife Jan who returns to New York; offered full-time teaching post at Goldsmiths College of Art, University of London
1978
Touring one-artist exhibition shown in several Australian cities; travel in Australia and the Far East
1981
Join the Waddington Galleries, London and has first one-artist show there in 1982
1981
Spends year living and working in New York
1982
Second visit to Japan and visits India
1983
Reduces teaching at Goldsmiths Collage to part-time
1987
Moves to newly converted living space and studio, North London
1989
Retrospective Exhibition, white chapel Art Gallery London; appointed Trustee of the Tate Gallery
1994
Re-appointed Trustee of Tate Gallery; appointed Millard Professor of Fine Art, Goldsmiths Collage.

One Man Exhibitions

1969
Rowan Gallery, London
1970
Rowan Gallery, London
1971
Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol
Richard Demarco Gallery, Edinburgh
1972
Rowan gallery, London
1973
Rowan Gallery, London
1974
Rowan Gallery, London
Galerie December, Munster
1975
Rowan Gallery, London
1976
Rowan Gallery, London
Selected works 1966-1975, Turnpike Gallery, Leigh
Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol
I.C.A. New Gallery, London
Glynn Vivian Art Gallery & Museum, Swansea
Cartwriht Hall, Bradford
Third Eye Centre, Glasgow
1977
Oliver Dowlin, Dublin
1978
Galerie December, Dusseldorf
10 Work 1970-1977
Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane
Coventry Chandler Gallery, Sydney
Ewing and George Paton Gallery, Melbourne
University Union, Melbourne
Adelaide College of Art and Education, Adelaide
Newcastle Region Art Gallery, Newcastle, New South Wales
Rowan Gallery, London
1979
Galeria Foksal, Warszawa
Galeria Akumulatory, Poznan
Oliver Dowling Gallery, Dublin
1980
Rowan Gallery, London
Galerie Bama, Paris
1981
Galerija Suvremene Umjetnosti, Zagreb
1982
5th Triennale, New Dehli
Waddington Galleries, London
1984
Waddington and Shiell Gallery, Toronto
1985
Waddington Galleries, London
1986
Waddington and Gorce Gallery, Montreal
1987
Zack Schuster Gallery, Florida
1988
Waddington Galleries, London
1989
A Retrospective 1968-89, Whitechapel Gallery, London
1990
Galerie Claudine Papillon, Paris
1991
Projects 27, Project Gallery, Museum of Modern Art, New York
David Nolan Gallery, New York
Musee des Beaux Arts Andre Malraux, Le Havre
1993
Acommodating, British School, Rome
Galerie Claudine Papillon, Paris
At home, Waddington Galleries, London
1994
Private space, public space, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris
1995
Wall Paintings at the Villa Herbst, Muzeum Sztuki, Lodz
An Oak Tree, Galeria Foksal, Warszawa



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