Exhibitions

Solo exhibitions (selection)

 

1976

“The Eternal Frame”, Video Installation, The Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach

1978

“Edited by Fire”, La Mamelle Arts Center, San Francisco

1980

“Situations for Main Street”, 1708 East Main Street, Richmond, Virginia, Installation; The Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, D.C., Video; “The Amarillo News Tapes”, The Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach

1981

“The Great Confrontation”, Los Angles Institute of Contemporary Art, Installation; The Anthology Film Archives, New York

1984

“The Victims’ Regret”, University Art Museum, Berkeley, California; “Machinery for the Re-education of a Delinquent Dictator”, Whitney Museum, New York; The Institute of North American Studies, Barcelona, Spain

1986

“The CAT Fund Presents”, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, Massachusetts; “The Victims’ Regret”, Carnegie Museum, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania; “Works on Paper”, Ted Greenwald Gallery, New York

1987

“Doug Hall: The Spectacle of Image”, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston; Pacific Film Archive and Matrix Program, University Art Museum, Berkeley; “The Plains of San Augustin”, Virginia Museum of Art, Richmond, Virginia

1989

“The Terrible Uncertainty of the Thing Described”, Portland Museum of Art, Oregon

1990

“Sexo E Violencia”, Centro Cultural Sao Paulo, Brasilien; “Doug Hall: New Work”, Fuller Gross Gallery, San Francisco

1991

Film Forum, Tokyo, Japan

1994

“Das DDR-Projekt”, Kunst Werke, Berlin (touring exhibition); “Doug Hall: Projects”, Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco

1997

“The Order of Things”, Dogenhaus Projekte, Berlin / M. Kapinos; “Appearance (advancing & retreating)”, Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco

1999

“Doug Hall – Near and Far”, Kapinos, Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst, Berlin “Doug Hall – The Pictures”, Feigen, New York

2001

Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco, USA; Feigen Contemporary, New York; “Doug Hall: Photographs”, Bellevue, Art Museum, Bellevue, Washington “Doug Hall”, 20.21 Galerie Edition Kunsthandel, Essen

2002

VOX, centre de diffusion de la photographie, Montreal, Canada

2003

Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco, California; Feigen Contemporary, New York; Consorcio Salamanca 2002, Salamanca, Spain

2004

“Doug Hall‟s GDR Project Revisited”, Galerie Kapinos; “In Finite Spaces”, Sesnon Gallery, UC Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA; “In Finite Spaces”, University Art Gallery, UCSD, San Diego, CA

2006

“Some Places”, Numark Gallery, Washington, DC

2009

“In Retrospect”, Rena Bransten Gallery, San Fransisco

2010

„Reste der Macht“, Kunststiftung Poll, Berlin

2012

„Timelapse: Doug Hall and the Western Landscape“, San Jose Museum of Art, California

2014

„Bodies in Space“, Benrubi Gallery, New York

2015

„The Terrible Uncertainty of the Thing Described“, SFMOMA “on-the-go” in cooperation with the San Francisco Art Institute, Walter und McBean Galleries; „Love and Architecture“, Rena Bransten Projects, San Francisco

2016

„Letters in the Dark: Franz Kafka and Milena Jesenská“, Benrubi Galleery, New York

 

Group exhibitions (selection)

 

1977

documenta 6, Video, Kassel

1979

“Space/Time/Sound-1970′s: A Decade in the Bay Area”, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco

1980

“Videoart: The Electronic Medium”, Museum of Contemporary Art, Houston; The San Francisco International Video Festival, San Francisco

1981

“Protopia ’81″, Tokyo, Japan; The American Film Institute Video Festival, Washington D.C.; “Independent Vision”, The American Center, Paris

1982

“Reading Video”, The Museum of Modern Art, New York; The San Francisco International Video Festival, various Bay Area museums, California; Festival of Festivals, Toronto, Canada; The Denver Film Festival, Colorado; “Media Study”, Buffalo, New York, Performance; “Input ’82″, Toronto, Canada; The United States Film and Video Festival, Park City, Utah

1983

“Prime Time Video”, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston; “5 Installations”, Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester, NY, “Machinery for the Re-Education of a Delinquent Dictator”; “About T.V., Just Above”, Midtown Gallery, New York; “When Words Become Works”, The Minneapolis College of Art and Design und Walker Art Center, Minneapolis

1984

“2nd Video Rio”, Centro Cultural Candido Mendes, Brasilien; “Video: A Retrospective”, Long Beach Museum of Art; “Mediated Narratives”, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, touring exhibition; National Video Festival, American Film Institute, Los Angeles; “Video ’84″, Place Guy Farreant, Montreal, Canada; Berlin Film Festival, West-Berlin

1985

Video Nacht, NDR, Hamburg, Germany; “Resolution: A Critique of Video Art”, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions; “A Passage Repeated”, Long Beach Museum of Art; San Francisco International Video Festival, various Bay Area art spaces, USA Whitney Museum Biennial Exhibition, New York

1986

National Video Festival of The American Film Institute, AFI Campus, Los Angeles; “Video Installed”, New Langton Arts, San Franzisko; 3rd International Video and Television Festival, Montbelliard, Frankreich; 1987 World Wide Video Festival, The Hague, Netherlands; Japan 87 Video Television Festival, Tokyo, Japan

1988

“Video Art 1988″, The Oakland Museum, Oakland, California; “American Landscape Video: The Electronic Grove”, The Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburg, touring exhibition, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art und The Newport Harbor Museum

1990

“Waterworks”, Long Beach Museum of Art; “New Acquisitions”, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco “Bay Area Media”, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco

1991

Mincher Wilcox Gallery, San Francisco; “A Presumption of Faith”, Christopher Grimes Gallery, Santa Monica

1992

“Revelation / Transformation: Selected photographs”, Rena Bransten Gallery, San Franzisco

1992-93

“Art at the Armory: Occupied Territory”, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago

1993

Les Lieux de Video: International Video Art Exhibition, United Media Arts and The Durham Art Gallery, Durham, Ontario, Canada; bODD, “Art 24 ’93,” Basel, switzerland, “Out of Place”, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, Canada; “Video: Two Decades”, Museum of Modern Art, New York

1994

“Identity, The Logic of Appearance”, Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna, Austria “Scratching the Belly of the Beast: Cutting Edge Media in Los Angeles, 1922-94″, Film Forum, Los Angeles

1995-97

“Photography after Photography”, Aktionsforum Praterinsel, Munich, touring exhibition

1996

“Dislocations”, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Pennsylvania; Annual Exhibition, American Academy in Rome, Italy; Berlinische Galerie, Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin; “System Aesthetics: Works from the Permanent Collection”, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

1997

“Spaces and Forms II”, Maryland Institute College of Art

1998

“Ground Control”, Lombard Freid Fine Arts, New York

1999

“IMAGO 99″, Centro de Fotografia, Universdad de Salamanca, Spain “Museum Pieces”, M.H. de Young Memorial Museum, Fine Arts Museum, San Francisco

2000

“vision. ruhr – Kunst Medien Interaktion”, Zeche Zollern II / IV, Dortmund “Beyond Boundaries: Contemporary Photography in California”, University Art Museum, California State University, Long Beach; “Photography Now”, Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans

2001

Westworld, Mary Boone Gallery, New York; “Between Heaven and Earth”, Museum voor Moderne Kunst, Oostende, Belgium

2002

Sao Paulo Biennial, Sao Paulo, Brazil; “Asphalt,” Elias Fine Art, Boston, USA; “The Photographic Impulse: Highlights from the Joseph and Elaine Monsen Photography Collection”, The Henry Art Gallery, Seattle

2003

“The Grey Area: Uncertain Images” (Bay Area Photography 1970‟s to Now), California College of the Arts, SF, CA; “Contemporary Spaces, Underlying Culture”, Photographs by Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Doug Dubois, Doug Hall, Louise Lawler, and Georges Rousse. Museum of Art, Brigham Young University; “Affinities…Now and Then”, H & R Block Artspace at The Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO

2004

“Dreamscapes”, Aeroplastics Contemporary, Brussels, Belgium; “Doug Hall, Vik Muñiz, Christina Iglesias, Kara Walker.”, Barbara Krakow Gallery, Bostron, MA; “Landscape”, Rena Bransten Gallery, SF, CA; “ARTitecture”, Rena Bransten Gallery, SF, CA

2005

“On View: Photographing the Museum”, Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York; “Downtime: Constructing Leisure”, New Langton Arts, San Francisco

2006

“The Last Show”, Numark Gallery, Washington, DC; “Why Pictures Now: Photography, Film, Video Today”, Museum Moderner Kunst (MUMOK), Vienna, Austria; “Playback – Simulated Realities”, Edith-Ruß-Haus für Medienkunst, Oldenburg, Germany; “Modern Photographs: The Machine, The Body, and the City: Gifts from the Charles Cowles Photography Collection”, Miami Art Museum, Miami, Florida

2007

“History Will Repeat Itself: Strategies of Re-enactment in Contemporary Media Art and performance”, Hartware MedienKunstVerein, Dortmund, Germany; “Kunst-Werke”, Berlin; “Cross-Border”, Kunstmuseum, Stuttgart; “New Urban Vistas”, Arthur Roger Gallery, New Orleans, LA

2008

Goethe-Institut, Hong Kong; “California Video”, The J Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles “Broadcast Yourself”, Cornerhouse, Manchester, UK; “Broadcast Yourself”, Hatton Gallery, University Upon Tyne, UK “Photoscapes”, Kinz, Tillou + Feigen, New York

2009

“Select Contemporary Photography from the Collection of Lucille and Richard Spagnuolo”, Geroogetown University Art Galleries, Washington, DC; “Kunst Zwischen Spurensuche und Utopie (Art Between Traces of the Past and Utopian Futures)”, Berlinische Galerie, Berlin; “Globetrotting”, Bonni Benrubi Gallery, New York

2010

“Changing Channels”, Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig, Vienna, Austria

2011

„Fundstücke“, Galerie Poll, Berlin; „Under the Big Black Sun: California Art 1974-1981“, MOCA, Los Angeles; „State of Mind: New California Art Circa 1970“, Orange County Museum of Art

2012

„Überall und Nirgends: Werke aus der Sammlung Reydan Weiss, Villa Jauss, Oberstdorf; „International Orange“, For-Site Foundation, Fort Point, San Francisco; „Under Water“, Sonoma State University Museum of Art, Kalifornien

2013

„Space, Place, and Order“, Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco

2014

„West Coast Visions“, Borusan Contemporary, Istanbul

2015

„Ping Pong“, US-Embassy, Belgrade; „Self Made“, Bolinas Museum, Bolinas

2016

„The Rome Room“, Rena Bransten Gallery; „Radically Modern: Urban Planning and Architecture in 1960s Berlin“, Berlinische Galerie, Berlin; „These American Lives“, Rena Bransten Gallery