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Peter Cain

Biography

1959 born in Orange, New Jersey
1997 died in New York


Education


1980-82 School of Visual Arts
1977-80 Parsons School of Design, New York

Solo Exhibitions

2005 Peter Cain: The Sean Pictures, Matthew Marks Gallery, New York
Peter Cain, Los Angeles Pictures, Galerie Aurel Scheibler, Köln
2002 Peter Cain: More Courage and Less Oil, Matthew Marks Gallery,
New York (Catalog)
1997 Matthew Marks Gallery, New York
1995 Peter Cain, Recent Paintings, Daniel Weinberg Gallery, San
Francisco
Peter Cain, Paintings, Drawings, Photographs, Matthew Marks
Gallery, New York
1991 Simon Watson, New York
Matthew Marks Gallery, New York
1990 Peter Cain, Paintings and Drawings, Daniel Weinberg Gallery,
Santa Monica
1989 Pat Hearn Gallery, New York



Group exhibitions (Selection)



2004 About Painting, Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at
Skidmore
College, Saratoga Springs, New York
2003 Pop Thru Art, Arario Gallery, Korea (Catalog)
PKM Gallery, Korea
We Love Painting, Contemporary American Art from the Misumi
Collection, Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo (Catalog)
My People Were Fair and Had Cum in their Hair (but Now They’re
Content To Spray Stars from your Boughs), curated by Bob Nickas,
Team Gallery, New York
Auto – Nom Das Automobil in der Zeitgenossischen Kunst, NRW-
Forum Kultur und Wirtschaft, Dusseldorf (Catalog)
2002 The Drawings: Alan Saret and Peter Cain, Daniel Weinberg
Gallery, Los Angeles
2001 Cameraworks: The Photographic Impulse in Modern Art, Marianne
Boesky Gallery, New York
Inside Cars, Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale; Traveled to the Davis
Museum and Cultural Center, Wellesley College; and Frederick R.
Weisman Art Museum, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
(Catalog)
A Work in Progress: Selections from the New Museum Collection,
New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York
Tenth Anniversary Exhibition, 100 Drawings and Photographs,
Matthew Marks Gallery, New York (Catalog)
1999 Painting Pictures: Rendering the (Photo)real, Beaver College Art
Gallery, Glenside, Pennsylvania
1998 Painting Now and Forever: Part I, Matthew Marks Gallery and Pat
Hearn Gallery, New York
Sea Change, Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, New York
(Catalog)
C, Elizabeth Cherry Contemporary Art, Tucson
1997 Heart, Mind, Body, Soul: American Art in the 1990s. Selections from
the Permanent Collection, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
Landscape: The Pastoral to the Urban, Center for Curatorial
Studies Museum, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York
Project Painting, Basilico Fine Arts, New York (Catalog)
technological Drift, Lawing Gallery, Houston
American Art 1975-1995 from the Collection of the Whitney
Museum of American Art. Multiple Identities, Castello di Rivoli
Museo d’Arte Contemporanea, Turin (Catalog)
1996 Art at the End of the 20th Century, Selections from the Whitney
Museum of American Art, National Gallery, Alexandros Soutzos
Museum, Athen;
Traveled to Museu d’Art Contemporani, Barcelona and
Kunstmuseum, Bonn (Catalog)
1995 Biennial Exhibition, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (Catalog)
Richard Artschwager, Peter Cain, Vija Celmins, Chuck Close,
Joseph Cornell, Robert Gober, George Stoll, Steve Wolf, Daniel
Weinberg Gallery, San Francisco
Summer Group Exhibition: Richmond Burton, Peter Cain, John
Chamberlain, Andreas Gursky, Roni Horn, Gary Hume, Andy Warhol,
Matthew Marks Gallery, New York
25 Americans: Painting in the 90s, Milwaukee Art Museum Wisconsin (Catalog)
1994 Desire (Visionaire/DIFFA Benefit Exhibition), Charles Cowles Gallery, New York
The Institute of Cultural Anxiety, Works from the Collection, Institute
of Contemporary Arts, London (Catalog)
1993 Slittamenti, Venice Biennale
The Return of the Cadavre Exquis, The Drawing Center, New York.
Traveled to The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC; Santa
Monica Museum of Art; Forum for Contemporary Art, St. Louis; and
American Center, Paris (Catalog)
Biennial Exhibition, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul
An Anniversary Exhibition Part III, Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Santa Monica
Art, Money & Myth, Palm Beach Community College Museum of Art, Lake Worth
Everyday Life, Kim Light Gallery, Los Angeles
Pittsburgh Collects, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh
Biennial Exhibition, 1993, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (Catalog)
Drawing the Line Against AIDS, Peggy Guggenheim Collection,
Venice (under the aegis of the 45th Venice Biennale) (Catalog)
1992 5th Anniversary Show, Karsten Schubert Ltd., London
Psycho, Kunsthall, New York
Summer Exhibition, Matthew Marks Gallery, New York
1991 Something Pithier and More Psychological, Simon Watson, New York
Someone or Somebody, Meyers/Bloom Gallery, Los Angeles
Paintings and Drawings, Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Santa Monica
Vertigo: The Remake, Galerie Thaddeaus Ropac, Salzburg
Just What is it that Makes Today's Homes so Different, so
Appealing?, The Hyde Collection, Glens Falls, New York (Catalog)
(Dis)member, Simon Watson, New York
We've Lost E.T. but the Boy's Coming Back, Peter Cain, Michael
Jenkins, Michael Landy, Karsten Schubert Ltd., London, (Catalog)
Benefit Exhibition, Act-Up, The AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power,
Paula Cooper and Matthew Marks Gallery, New York
1990 The Clinic, Simon Watson, New York
Pop 90, Postmasters, New York
The Children’s AIDS Project, A Benefit Exhibition, Daniel Weinberg
Gallery, Santa Monica
Vertigo, Galerie Thaddeaus Ropac, Paris