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DAVID THAUBERGER

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS
 

2007       “David Thauberger”, Master Gallery, Calgary, AB
2006       “David Thauberger: New Works”, Douglas Udell Gallery, Edmonton, AB
               “Lands End…and Other Prospects: New Paintings by David Thauberger”,
                 Nouveau Gallery, Regina, SK
2004         Douglas Udell Gallery, Edmonton
                 Masters Gallery, Calgary

2003       “Along Main Street”, Susan Whitney Gallery, Regina, SK
2002       “David Thauberger and the Art of the Genuine Simulation”, Moose Jaw Art

                 Museum, Moos Jaw, SK

2001        “David Thauberger”, Douglas Udell Gallery, Edmonton, AB
2000        “David Thauberger”, Susan Whitney Gallery, Regina, SK
1998          Douglas Udell Gallery, Edmonton
1997        “New Paintings”, Susan Whitney Gallery, Regina, SK
                “New Paintings”, Equinox Gallery, Vancouver, BC
1996        “New Paintings”, Douglas Udell Gallery, Edmonton, AB
1994        “David Thaubergers Paintings”, Susan Whitney Gallery, Regina, SK

                “Coast to Coast to Coast”, Drabinsky Gallery, Toronto

1993        “David Thauberger – Vancouver Paintings”, Equinox Gallery, Vancouver, BC
                “Tourist Trap – New Paintings”, Paul Kuhn Fine Arts, Calgary, AB
1991        “Small Business – New Work by David Thauberger”, Drabinsky Gallery,

                 Toronto
                “David Thauberger – New Paintings”, Equinox Gallery, Vancouver, BC
1990        “David Thauberger – New Paintings”, Susan Whitney Gallery, Regina
1989        “Ideal City – New Paintings by David Thauberger”, Paul Kuhn Gallery, Calgary

                 Gallery 54, Winnipeg

1988         “David Thauberger Paintings 1978-1988”, Touring Exhibition (catalogue):
                  Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK; Memorial University Art Gallery, St.
                  John’s, NFLD; The Koffler Center of the Arts, Toronto, ON; Art Gallery of Windsor, Windsor, ON;                         Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK; Winnipeg Art

                  Gallery, Winnipeg, MB; Nickle Arts Museum, University of Calgary, Calgary,AB

1987        “David Thauberger – Landscape Paintings”, Swift Current National Exhibition

                  Center, Swift Current, SK
                  Susan Whitney Gallery, Regina
                  Mira Goddard Gallery, Toronto
1986          Woltjen/Udell Gallery, Edmonton
1985        “Recent Paintings”, Susan Whitney Gallery, Regina, SK

                 Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto
                 Canada House Culture Center, London, England
1984        “Works on Paper”, Susan Whitney Gallery, Regina

                 “Prints (Contact Exhibition Series)”, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto Subsequent
                  tour in Ontario

1983          Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto, ON

                “Gems of the Yellowstone”, Susan Whitney Gallery, Regina, SK
                  Confederation Art Center, Charlottetown, PEI
                  Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina
                  Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge

1982-3     “David Thauberger: Prairie Paintings”, Touring Exhibition: Dunlop Art Gallery,
                  Regina SK; Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, AB; Confederation Center
                  Art Gallery and Museum, Charlottetown, PEI; Art Gallery of Nova Scotia,
                  Halifax, NS; Art Gallery and Museum, Charlottetown, PEI; Art Gallery of Nova
                  Scotia, Halifax, NS; Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, ON
1982        “David Thauberger”, Galerie Son Stewart, Montreal
                “David Thauberger”, Gallery Don Stewart, Toronto
                “David Thauberger”, Mira Godard Gallery, Calgary
                “David Thauberger”, Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton

1981        “David Thauberger”, 49 th Parallel Center for Contemporary Canadian Art, New York
                  Susan Whitney Gallery, Regina

1980        “David Thauberger”, Glenbow Museum, Calgary
                “David Thauberger”, Susan Whitney Gallery, Regina
1979        “Prairie Pictures”, Dunlop Art Gallery, Tour, Regina, SK
1978          Kesik Gallery, Regina
1975          Rosemont Gallery, Regina
1974          Art Department Gallery, University of Saskatoon, Saskatoon
1973          Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, SK
                  University Art Gallery, Regina, SK
1972          Jennifer Pauls Gallery, Sacramento, CA
1971        “David Thauberger”, (Atlantic Provinces Art Circuit): Memorial University, St.

                  John’s, NFLD
                  Confederation Art Center, Charlottetown, PEI; New Brunswick Museum, Saint
                  John, NB; Heritage Museum, Halifax; Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton, NB
                  Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina

 

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS


2008          “Fall Show”, Douglas Udell Gallery, Edmonton, AB
2007          “A Prairie Companion…Saskatchewan Art From AGNS Collection”, Art Gallery

                   of Nova Scotia, Halifax, NS
                   “Familiar but Foreign”, Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, SK

                   “Snow Show”, University Club, University of Regina, Regina, SK

2005-06      “Regina Clay: Worlds in the Making”, Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina; Museum
                    London, London ON; Burlington Art Center, Burlington ON; Mackenzie Art
                    Gallery, Regina; Kelowna Art Gallery, Kelowna BC
2005           “Chasing Amnesia”, Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina

                   “Making Friends: the Role of Friends, Mentors & Patrons in the Development of
                    Saskatchewan Art”, Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina

2004-06      “Seeing is Believing”, Organization of Saskatchewan Art Councils, Provincial Tour

2004           “That’s My Wonderful Town”, Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina
                   “A Father’s Day Exhibition”, Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina
                   “Christmas Show”, Douglas Udell Gallery, Edmonton, AB

2002-03      “Qu’Appelle: Tales of Two Valleys”, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK;
                     Canadian Collection, Kleinburgh, ON; Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK
2002           “Hyper Space: Lenticular Photographs”, Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, SK
                   “Variety Pack: Pop Art’s Legacy in Canada”, Glenbow Museum, Calgary, AB
                   “Deep Prairie”, Susan Whitney Gallery with Lyons Wier Gallery, NY
2001           “Their Own Backyard”, (Poster), (From the collection of the University of

                     Lethbridge), Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, AB
2000           “Six Canadians Confront the Millenium”, Glenbow Museum, Calgary
                   “Cluck!! (Portraits of Poultry)”, University of Saskatchewan Library, Saskatoon
                   “Canadian Surveys: Prairies”, Douglas Udell Gallery, Vancouver and Edmonton
                   “Art of our Century (Part II: Modern Art at Millenium’s End)”, Appleton
                     Museum of Art, Ocala Florida

1999           “A Summer Exhibition”, Equinox Gallery, Vancouver, BC
                   “A Regionalism Reconsidered”, MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK
1998           “Prairie Sentinels”, The Kenderdine Gallery, University of Saskatchewan,

                     Saskatoon
                   “Twin Peaks”, Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, Banff, AB
                   “In the Wilds: Canoeing and Canadian Art”, (catalogue p. 43-45, rep. p. 45)
                     McMichael Canadian Art collection, Kleinburgh, ON
                   “A Soup to Nuts: Pop Art and Its Legacy”, US Tour, from the collections of the
                     University of Lethbridge Art Gallery, Cheney Cowles Museum, Spokane,
                     Washington

1997             “Royal Canadian Academy of Arts: Prairie Region Exhibition”, Winnipeg Art

                     Gallery, Winnipeg, MB; MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK
                    “Earth Works From SaskTel’s Art Collection”, Sask. Provincial Tour
                    “Mendel Open”, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK
                    “North By Midwest/The Paintings of Charles Burchfield”, Columbus Museum of
                      Art, Columbus, Ohio; Burchfield-Penny Art Center, Buffalo, NY
1995            “Ark”, Illington Kerr Gallery, Alberta College of Art & Design, Calgary

                    “The Cowboy Show”, Susan Whitney Gallery, Regina, SK
                    “Still Life”, Paul Kuhn Gallery, Calgary, AB

1994            “Contemporary Canadian Works from the Collection of the Art Gallery”,
                     University of Lethbridge, Ford Center for the Performing Arts, North York, ON
                    “Making and Meaning – Art & Craft in Saskatchewan”, Swift Current National
                     Exhibition Center, Swift Current, SK
                    “The Human Factor: Selections from the Canada Council Art Bank”, Whyte
                      Museum of the Canadian Rochies, Banff, AB
                     “Hidden Values: Western Canadian Corporations Collect”, Edmonton Art
                      Gallery, Edmonton

                     “Alumni Exhibition”, department of Visual Arts, University of Regina, Regina

1993              Seattle Art Fair, Seattle

                      “The Print Show”, Drabinsky Art Gallery
                      “Obscured Horizon – Contemporary Landscape”, Mississauga Civic Center
                       Gallery, Mississauga, ON
                     “Constructed Environments”, Surrey Art Gallery, Surrey, BC
                     “Reflecting Paradise”, Canadian Participation EXPO 93, Taejon, Korea and
                       South Korea Tour

1992             “The Grand Western Canadian Screenshop-Printing, People and History”,

                       MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK
                     “Chicago New Art Forms Exhibition”, Chicago, Illinois
                     “Canada, Our Home and Native Land: Living the Landscape”, national Touring
                      Exhibition, Canada Post Corp., Ottawa, ON
                     “Legal Perspective Works from the Collection of Osler, Hosking and Harcourt”,
                      McMichael Gallery, Kleinburgh, ON
                     “35 years of Collecting”, MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina
1991             “International Contemporary Art Fair”, Los Angeles, California

                     “Seattle International Art Fair”, Seattle, Washington
                     “Small Works”, Equinox Gallery, Winnipeg, MB

1990             “Of Style and Steel”, Touring (catalogue), Via Rail Canada, Montreal, PQ

                     “Opening Exhibition”, MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK

1989             “Tenth Anniversary Exhibition”, Susan Whitney Gallery, Regina, SK (catalogue)
                     “The Mendel Art Gallery – Twenty Fine Years of Collecting”, Mendel Art
                      Gallery, Saskatoon, SK
                     “Saskatoon Imagined: Art and Architecture in the Wonder City”, Mendel Art
                      Gallery, Saskatoon, SK (catalogue, reproduction)
                     “Living Impressions – Contemporary Canadian Graphics”, Art Gallery of
                      Hamilton, Hamilton, ON

1987             “True North/Far West” University of the Pacific Gallery, Stockton, California

                     (catalogue, reproduction)
                     “Print Shops of Canada”, MacDonald Stewart Art Gallery, Guelph, ON
                     “International Contemporary Art Fair”, Los Angeles, California
                     “Chicago International New Art Forms Exposition”, Chicago, Illinois
                     “Prairie Connections…” University of Lethbridge Art Gallery, Lethbridge, AB
                     “The Pemberton Collection Exhibit”, Western Canada Tour (brochure,
                       reproduction)
                     “Sport Art 87”, Rosemont Art Gallery, Regina, SK

1986             “Culture’s Nature”, Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, SK (catalogue, reproduction)

                     “International Contemporary Art Fair”, Los Angeles, California
                     “Saskatchewan: A Sense of Place”, Rosemont Art Gallery, Regina, SK
                     “Chicago International Art Exposition”, Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinios
                     “Prints from the Permanent Collection of the Mendel Art Gallery”, Mendel Art
                       Gallery, Saskatoon, SK

1985             “The Second Generation: Current Saskatchewan Painting”, MacKenzie Art

                       Gallery, Regina, SK (catalogue, reproduction)

1984             “Do You Take This Seriously?” Glanbow Museum, Calgary, AB
                     “Regina Collects”, MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK, (catalogue,
                       reproduction)
                     “Images – New Representational Art”, Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, AB
1983             “Prepaid Miniature Art Sale”, London Regional Art Gallery, London, ON

                     “The Garden”, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC
                     “The Grand Western Canadian Screenshop: A Print Legend”, MacKenzie Art
                       Gallery, Regina, SK (catalogue, reproduction)
                     “High Tea”, Rosemont Art Gallery, Regina, SK (catalogue)
                     “New Perceptions: Landscapes”, Harbourfront Gallery, Toronto, ON (brochure,
                       reproduction)

1982             “Printmakers 82”, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, ON

                     “Calgary Corporations Collect Realism”, Muttart Gallery, Calgary, AB
                     “Saskatchewan Open 82”, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK
1981             “Works from the Art Bank”, MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK
                     “Works from the Art Bank”, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK
1980             “Contemporary Canadian prints” Bijenkorf Department Store, Amsterdam, Holland
                     “Works of Art from Art Bank”, Algonquin College of Art Gallery, Ottawa, ON
                     “Continental Clay Collection”, MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK (catalogue, reproduction)
                     “Pluralities 1980”, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, ON (catalogue, reproduction)
                     “Artists as Print Makers”, Harbourfront Gallery, Toronto, ON
                     “Saskatchewan Paper”, MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK
1978-79        “Paper Tigers”, Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina and subsequent tour
1977             “Art in Architecture”, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon
1976             “Seven Ceramic Sculptors”, Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, AB
                     “Messages From Southern Saskatchewan”, Dalhousie University Art Gallery,
                       Halifax, NS
                     “Joe Fafard, David Thauberger”, National Exhibition Center, Swift Current
1975             “Ceramics west 75”, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon; Canadian Guild of Potters,

                       Toronto
                     “Manisphere 12 th International Jury Show”, Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg
1974             “Nine Out of Ten”, Canadian Survey Exhibition, Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton
                     “Western Canadian Painting – The Prairies” Saidye Bronfman Center, Montreal
                     “New Clay in Regina”, Norman MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina
1973             “Caramics International”, Alberta College of Art, Calgary
1971             “Northern California Arts”, Jennifer Pauls Gallery, Sacramento
1970             “Funk 3”, Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, BC

 

 

AWARDS, COMMISSIONS  & ACHIEVEMENTS
 

 

2002            Made a member of the Canada Council for the Arts on February 26; his term was

                    renewed for an additional three years effective February 2, 2005

1998            Limited edition print, for University of Regina, SK
1995            MacKenzie Art Gallery, executive Board of Directors until 2000
1992            Canada Post Corporations – Postage stamp design: “Canada, Our Home and

                    Native Land”, (Sask.) Canada Day

1988            Via Tail Canada – ParkCar – “Mural Lounge”
1987            Cineplex Odeon Corporation Mural (Cloverleaf mall). Richmond, Virginia

                    Saskatchewan Housing Corporation – limited edition print
                   UNICEF Greeting Card Design

1986           Toronto Dominion Bank – limited edition print (Peppermint House/ Chocolate House)

                    Sask Expo 86 Committee – design for exterior photographic mural Saskatchewan
                    86 Pavilion, Vancouver, BC

1985            Sask. Heritage 86 Art Exhibition commission (Collection of Saskatchewan Arts  Board)
                   Molson Breweries Bicentennial Commission (Calendar Produced)
1984           Cover: “Street of Dreams” by Gary Hyland, Coteau Books
1983           Cover: “The Blue Pools of Paradise” by Mick Burns, Coteau Books
                   Worked as a visual arts consultant for the Saskatchewan Arts Board until 1985
1982           Canada Post Corporations – Postage stamp design: “Regina Centennial 1981-1998  Canada Day

1981           Award for most creative bathtub in the annual “Pile O’ Bones Day Bathtub Race”, Regina
                   Curated the exhibition “Harvey A. McInnes” for the Mendel Art Gallery,
                   Saskatoon, SK

1980           Limited edition print for the 75 th anniversary of the Province of Saskatchewan

                 “Vision 80” (Pasture Print)

1979           Cover: “Peckertracks”, by Stan Dragland, Coach House Press
1978           Cover: “Grain Magazine”, Vol. 6, No. 3
1977           Canada Council Art Bank Commission – limited edition print with Grand
                   Western Canadian Screenshop, Winnipeg, MB (Velvet Bunnies)

1976           Conceived and assembled “Grassroots Saskatchewan” Exhibition at Norman
                   MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK; Circulated thoughout Saskatchewan 1976-
1977           One of four artists selected to assemble “Grain Bin” Sculpture for 1976 Olympic
                   games, Montreal, Quebec; presently located at the Western Development
                   Museum

1975           Canada Council Explorations Grant to research folk artists in Saskatchewan
1973           Medal, Ceramics International, Calgary (for sculpture “Hero”)
1971           Norman MacKenzie Art Gallery Society Scholarship

 

 

SELECTED COLLECTIONS

Agnes Etherington Art Gallery, Kingston, ON
Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, ON
Art Gallery of Stratford, Stratford, ON
Art Gallery of Windsor, Windsor, ON
Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, BC
Canada Council Art Bank, Ottawa, ON
Confederation Art Center, Charlottetown, PEI
Glenbow Museum, Calgary, AB
Hamilton Art Gallery, Hamilton, ON
London Regional Art Gallery, London, ON
MacDonald-Stewart Art Center, Guelph, ON
Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK
Norman MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK
National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, ON
Saskatchewan Arts Board, Regina, SK
University of Lethbridge, Lethbridge, AB
University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK
Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC
Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Aird & Berlis
American Farm Investments
BC Gas
Bank of America
Bank of Montreal
Bank of Nova Scotia
Bell Telephone
Burroughs Memorex

California State University, Sacramento, CA
Canada Mortgage & Housing Corporation
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Regina, SK
City of Regina
C.I.L
CIBA Geigy

Clarkson Gordon
Coca Cola
Daly Gordon
Esso Resources Canada
Fletcher Challenge
Guaranty Trust
Hallmark Cards
Husky Oil
Imperial Oil Limited
Korlin Projects
Lignum
McLeod, young, Weir
Molson Breweries
Northern Telecom
Nova Corporation
Ocelot industries Ltd.
Osler Hoskins
Owen Bird
Pemberton, Houston, Willoughby, Bell,
Gouinlock
Petro Canada
Playboy Enterprises, Inc.
Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan
Royal Bank of Canada
Sun Life