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DANI TULL

Stanford University, MFA, 1990

San Francisco Art Institute, BFA, 1988

 

ONE-PERSON EXHIBITIONS

2019    Slow Burners, The Pit II, Glendale, CA

2015    From Enchantment to Eschaton, LAM Gallery, Los Angeles, CA 

2014    A. DISCORDIAN ACCORD, a project by Dani Tull, PØST, Los Angeles, CA

2011    Odd Arkeology, Post, Los Angeles, CA

2009    "Gawdhead and the Cave Mind", Las Cienegas Projects, Los Angeles, CA

2008    “The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Mind, Part 2”, Galerie Haus Schneider Uschi Kolb, Karlsruhe, Germany

2006    “Mersh and Myth”, Angstrom Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

"Odd Arc", Four F Gallery, Chinatown / Los Angeles, CA

2004    “Paradise Cove”, Galerie Haus Schneider Uschi Kolb, Karlsruhe, Germany

2000    “New Work” Galerie Haus Schneider, Karlsruhe, Germany

“Color is a Popsong”, Acuna-Hansen Gallery, Chinatown / Los Angeles, CA

1997    "The Master Plan, Southern California", Galerie Haus Schnider, Karlsruhe, Germany

1996    "The Master Plan, So. Cal.", Jessica Fredericks Fine Art, New York, NY

"Rejected Written Material (Tilted Arc)", Gallery 16, San Francisco, CA

1995    "Der Pumper Kinder: Noble Craft Work," Blum & Poe, Santa Monica, CA

1994    "Der Pumper Kinder," Wewerka Galerie, Berlin, Germany

“Neverland”, Torch Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands

1993    “Eden”, Kim Light Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Jack Hanley Gallery, San Francisco, CA

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2018    Nerve Center, The Pit, Glendale CA

2017    Pulped Fictions, Torrance Art Museum, Torrance, CA

2016    TRI(...ed)-Revisiting TRI GalleryWilding Cran Gallery, LA CA

Practice, Practice, Practice: Abstract Spirituality in Contemporary L.A. Painting, Sculpture, and Performance, Curated by Doug Harvey

Nan Rae Gallery at Woodbury University, CA

Memory Theater, Directed by Srijon Chowdhury, Upfor Gallery, Portland OR           Werewolf, Curated by Nick Brown, Charlie James Gallery, Los Angeles CA

2015    ABSTRACTED VISIONS: INFORMATION MAPPING FROM MYSTIC DIAGRAMS TO DATA VISUALIZATIONS, Cerritos College Art Gallery, Ca

Between two Worlds; Michael Bevilacqua, Matthew Ronay, Dean Sameshima and Dani Tull, Jacob Lewis Gallery, New York 

Where the Sand Worm Slumbers, Curated by The Pit, Charlie James Gallery, Los Angeles CA 

2014    MUAVE (Michael Henry Hayden, Daniel Lane, Dani Tull), Secret Recipe, Los Angeles Ca

SNIFF THE SPACE FLAT ON YOUR FACE, Curated by Marcus Herse, Guggenheim Gallery, Chapman University, CA 

Vespers atthe Epiphany, curated by Emi Fontanaand Rita Gonzalez

The Church of the Epiphany, Los Angeles

Exquisite Corpse, curated by Amir H. Fallah, MASS Gallery, Austin Texas

13 ESSENTIAL RULES FOR UNDERSTANDING THE WORLD, On StellarRays, New York

“Sniff the Space Flat on Your Face”, Guggenheim Gallery at Chapman University. Orange CA

“My Blood Whispers to Me”, curated by Annie Wharton, PØST in Los Angeles CA 

“From Enchantment to Eschaton “ a project by Dani Tull for Picnic Invitational, organized by Steven Bankhead, Los Angeles, CA

2013    “Transmissions”, Curated by Patricia Watts, Marin

Community Foundation, Novato, CA

Tapping the Third Realm, Ben Maltz Gallery and Loyola Marymount University’s Laband Art, Los Angeles, CA

2012    Knowledges, Mt. Wilson Observatory, CA

2011    “Chain Letter” curated by Curated by Christian Cummings & Doug Harvey, Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Santa Monica Ca           

2010    Dark Entries, Galerie Anais, Santa Monica CA

Ultrasonic V: It's Only Natural, Mark Moore Gallery, Santa Monica CA

2009    Instruments,SolwayJones, Los Angeles, CA

The Haunted House, Monte Vista Projects, Los Angeles 

Cosmos Factory", Cirrus Gallery, curated by Brad Eberhard, Los Angeles, CA

2008    Mel's Hole, curated by Doug Harvey, CSUF Grand Central Art Center, CA

Grand Central Art Center, Santa Ana, CA

“Sterling Rainbow”, Dani Tull, Tami Demaree, Steven Hull, Conduit Gallery, Dallas Texas

“Some Paintings”, The 2008 LA Weekly Annual Biennial curated by Doug Harvey

Track 16 Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

“Cosmos Factory”, Cirrus Gallery, curated by Brad Eberhard, Los Angeles, CA

"LA Law” curated by Scott Cassidy, Schmidt/Dean Gallery, Philadelphia PA

“Luna-Luna”, Curated by Steven Hull, Arena 1 Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

“The Art of War”, Curated by Heather Harmon, Culver City, CA

“These are the people in your Neighborhood”,Gallery 16, 

San Francisco CA

2007    Kim Light Gallery- The early 90’s, Lightbox, Los Angeles, Ca 

“Nothing Moments”, Steve Turner Gallery, Los Angeles, Ca

ONE FOOT HIGH AND RISING, Curated by Pentti Monkkonen, The Balmoral, Venice, Ca

“ApresGarde”, curated by Anthony Ausgang, Gallery 1988, San Francisco, CA

2006    "The Wonder and Horror of the Human Head", Organized by Meg Cranston, 4-F Gallery, Los Angeles CA –traveled to 

"The Wonder and Horror of the Human Head", Organized by Meg Cranston, Cubitt Gallery, London

"many, many guys and girls, all real beauties."", Curated by Julian Hoeber Circus of Books, Los Angeles CA

“Boat Show”, High Energy Constructs, Los Angeles, CA

2005    “Very Early Pictures”, curated by Richard Torchia, Luckman Gallery, Cal State LA CA

“Very Early Pictures”, Arcadia University Art Gallery, Pennsylvania

2003    Collaborative Lithographs with Raymond Pettibon, Hamilton Press Gallery, 

Los Angeles CA

2002    “Necessary Fictions”, De Chiara Gallery, New York, NY

“Line Up” Lord Mori Gallery (aka The Happy Lion), Los Angeles, CA

2000    “Keanabilia with Margaret Kean”, Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach CA

“Under The Influence: New Art From L.A.”, Art Space, Kansas City Art Institute, 

Museum, Laguna Beach, CA

1998    “(re) Mediation: The Digital in Contemporary American Printmaking”, Contemporary Art Museum, Miami, FL

"works on/off paper, " ANP, Antwerp, Belgium          

Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles, CA

1997    22nd International Biennial of Graphic Art Ljubljana, Slovegnia

"Angelus Novus" Galerie Oz, Paris, France

"Angelus Novus" Gracie Mansion Gallery, New York NY

"The Bastards of Modernity" Angles Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

1996    "The Gallery", 22 Year Anniversary and History of Wewerka Gallery, Berlin, Germany

"Left of Center, New Art from Los Angeles," Ten in One Gallery, Chicago, IL

"Strappy Sandals and Skinny Belts, The Hyper Feminine Position in Painting" (curated by Sue Spaid), Murray Feldman Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

1995    "The Friendly Village" Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design Milwaukee, WI

"Glimpse of the Norton Collection as Revealed by Kim Dingle", Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, CA

"Human/Nature," New Museum, New York, NY

"The Moderns," Feature, New York, NY

1994 “Bad Girls”, curated by Marsha Tucker, New Museum, New York

"Green," Torch Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands

"Romance" curated by Irit Krygier, Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, CA

“Ghostlimb” Basilico Fine Arts, New York, NY

“Heaven Missing”, Young Art LA, Jose Freire Fine Art, New York N.Y.

Christopher Grimes Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

 

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

2015    Wallpaper* Magazine, Art patriarchs John Baldessari and Ed Ruscha pick out Los Angeles' brightest creative talent, by Tibby Rothman, March issue 

Dani Tull at LAM Gallery by By Hunter Drohojowska-Philp KCRW ART TALK     “Dani Tull, From Enchantment to Eschaton” at LAM Gallery, by Suvan GeerFebruary 2015, ArtScene “Hollywood Became L.A's Hottest Art District Overnight — Saturday Night, In Fact”
By Catherine Wagley
March 2, 2015, LA WEEKLY

2013    “TAPPING THE THIRD REALM”,Betty Brown, November, ArtScene

2012    An Interview With The Artist, Glasschord, Noah Post

ENDLESS COLUMNS OF OUTER SPACE, Vice Magazine, Liz Armstrong

2011    California Dreamin’, I.D. Magazine, William Olivier

2010    L.A. Weekly Critics’ Choices, Highlights from the fall season, LA WEEKLY, Doug         Harvey 

2008    Catherine Taft, Kim Light Gallery—Early 90s, Kim Light/LIGHTBOX, X-Tra, 

Volume 10 Number 4

2007    Dani Tull Interviewed by Jim Shaw, New York Arts Magazine, Nov.-Dec. Issue

2006    Harvey, Doug, “A Tull Life-The not-so-lost decade”, LA WEEKLY, April 26, 2006

Gray, Emma, “L.A. CONFIDENTIAL”, Artnet, Aug. 21, 2006

2005    Harvey, Doug, “Premature Exhibitionism”. LA WEEKLY, June 9, 2005              

2000    Miles, Christopher,“It’s ChinaTown, Jake” Flaunt Magazine

UNDER THE INFLUENCE - Young artists celebrate L.A.'s contrived culture, ALICE THORSON, The Kansas City StarDate: 10/21/00

1997    Kandel, Susan, "One Liner Parody", Los Angeles Times, April 4th

Turner, Grady, Dani Tull at Jessica Fredericks Gallery, Art in America, March Issue

Kandel, Susan, "Modernist Montage", Los Angeles Times, February 7

Hainley, Bruce, "Bastards of Modernity", Art Forum, March Issue

1996    Servetar, Stuart, Dani Tull, "The Master Plan: Southern California" Time Out New York, October 3-10 1996

Rugoff, Ralph, "Crate Expectations", LA Weekly, January 12 -18, 1996, p.39

1995    Baker, Kenneth, San Francisco Chronicle, December 21, 1995

Walker, Hamza, Scarborogh, James, Killam, Brad, Hixson, Kathryn, Grabner, Michelle, "The Friendly Village", Art Muscle, October/November 1995, p. 13-22

1994    Hess, Elizabeth, “And Everything Nice?” The Village Voice, February 1, 1994, Vol. XXXIX, No. 5, p. 83

Galleries USA, Flash Art, Vol. XXVII, No. 174, January/February 1994, p. 55

1993    Barrie, Lita "A Forest of Toys: The Post-Appropriation Object in Southern California", Visions, Winter 1993, p. 23 - 24

Braff, Phyllis, “All the World‚s a Stage”, The New York Times, August 1, 1993

Colpitt, Frances, “Dani Tull at Kim Light Gallery”, Art in America, November 1993, p. 136

Scarborough, James, "Bright Site Technocolor: The Future That Never Was at Christopher Grimes Gallery" Artweek, May 6, 1993, p. 24-25

Scarborough, James, "actualities a Los Angeles", ArtPress, July, 1993

Smith, Roberta, „Nine Visitors from California, New York Times, September 10, 1993, p. C26

Tumlir, Jan, “Eden- Dani Tull at Kim Light Gallery”, Picturebook, November 1993, No. 4, p. 12, 17, 18

 

SELECTED PERFORMANCES AND DISCOGRAPHY

2107    THE BOX BOX, Los Angeles Free Music Society, LAFMS

2016    Naima Trailer, 6 eveneings of improvised performances set inside Naima Trailer by Debbie Long, Pico Studios, Los Angeles

2013    SASSAS Blast! Solo performances 

  Various LAFMS performances (Airway)

2011    F for ACHE, Fauxmish, Limited Edition 100, collaborative collage by Marnie Weber, Dani Tull and Doug Harvey

2009    Original film score for Jim Shaw

“The Whole: A Study in Oist Integrated Movement”

“A TONE MENT FOR YOUR EARS”, performance with Jim Shaw, Turin Italy

Sassas, Blast 6, with Jim Shaw, Los Angeles    

2007    Sound performance of Jim Shaw instruments, Metro Pictures booth for Art Basel Miami

“Into the Vacuum - Sacred Oist Music”, Jim Shaw performance at The Hammer Museum (co-director and performer)