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  Ronald Mallory



Bachelor of Architecture, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL


School of Fine Arts, Rio De Janerio, Brazil


Académie Julien, Paris, France



Gallery 93, Paris, France 1961

Geminaire Gallery, New York, NY 1963

Stable Gallery, New York, NY 1966, 1967, 1968

Bonino Gallery, New York, NY 1971, 1972, 1974, 1981

Salone Annunciata, Milan, Italy 1972, 1973

Gallery Iris Clert, Paris, France 1971, 1979

Hansen Fuller Gallery, San Francisco, CA

Ester Robles Gallery, Los Angeles, CA 1980-1984

Mitchell Algus Gallery, New York, NY 2004
Gallery 51, Mexico City, Mexico 2007
AJA Gallery, San Miguel, Mexico  2008
Belles Artes, SMA, Mexico 2008

Skot Foreman Fine Arts, Mexico 2013, 2014

RCM Galerie, Paris, 2016




Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA
Smithsonian Institute (Cooper Hewitt Museum, New York, NY)
Israel Museum, Israel
Chase Manhattan Bank, New York, NY
Los Angeles County Museum of Modern Art, Los Angeles, CA
Albright Knox Museum, Buffalo, NY
Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, CA
Lannan Foundation
La Jolla Museum of Modern Art, La Jolla, CA
Allied Lyons Corporation, London, England
Port Authority of New York (World Trade Center), New York, NY
Mid Atlantic Bank, New Jersey, NJ
University of Arizona Art Museum, Tucson, AZ
Atlantic Ridgefield Collection, Los Angeles, CA
Aldrich Museum, Ridgefield, CT
Howard Lipman Collection, New York, NY
Albert and Vera List Collection, New York, NY
San Jose Museum of Modern Art, San Jose,CA
University Museum, Berkeley, CA
Oakland Museum of Modern Art, Oakland, CA
Anderson Foundation, Atherton, CA
Tel Aviv Museum, Tel Aviv, Israel
Fogg Art Museum, Harvard, MA
Lowe Art Museum, Miami, FL
San Diego Museum of Modern Art, San Diego, CA
Bos van Tytsjerk, Netherlands
Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, TX
Grounds for Sculpture, Hamilton NJ
The De Saiseet Museum, Santa Clara, CA
Museum of Geometric and MADI Art, Dallas, TX


(1964 - 2009, Dates Inclusive)


Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, ("Light in Art") 1966
San Jose Museum of Modern Art, San Jose, CA
("Alternating Currents American Art in the Age of Technology") 1997-1998
Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY 1967, 1968
Whitney Biennial, New York, NY 1967
Carnegie International Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture Pittsburgh, PA 1970
Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA
Los Angeles County Museum of Modern Art ("Photographs by Sculptors")
Milwaukee Art Center, ("Kinetic Show"), Milwaukee, MN
Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA
Institute of Contemporary Art, Houston, TX
Howard and Jean Lipman Collection, Tempe, AZ 1999
Krannert Art Museum, Champaign, IL
Rutgers University Museum, Rutgers, NJ
Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA 1996
Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN
P.V. I. Gallery, New York, NY ("100 Man Show")
Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA
Aldrich Museum, Ridgefield, CT
Kunst USA Barok Minima Modern Museum, Munich, Germany
Hemisphere 1968, San Antonio, TX
Electric Art, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI
De Tella International, Buenos Aries, Argentina
Multiple Gallery, New York, NY
Finch College, New York, NY
Kent Invitational, Kent State, Kent, OH
La Jolla Museum of Modern Art, La Jolla, CA
Hayward Gallery, London, England
Hans Mayer Gallery, Cologne, Germany
Salone Annunciatta, Milan, Italy
Swartz Gallery, Milan, Italy
Elaine Benson Gallery, Bridgehampton, NY
Clark Fine Arts, Southampton, NY
Mitchell Algus Gallery, Chelsea, NY
Art in Motion, Bos van Ypeij, Tytsjerk, Netherlands, 2003
St. Petersburg Art Center, St. Petersburg, FL ("In Motion"), 2004
Grounds for Sculpture, Hamilton NJ, 2006 (Momentum)
Bellas Atres, Mexico, 2007




Participating artist and curator for holographic project, C Project, 1994
through 1998


Artists included are: Roy Liechtenstein, Chuck Close, Robert Ryman, Ed Ruscha, James Turrell, Malcolm Morley, Larry Rivers, Larry Bell, Marisol, Mayajima, Ann McCoy, Louise Bourgeois, John Baldessari, Eric Orr, Richard Artswager


Visiting Artist - University of California at Berkeley, CA, 1972


Art consultant and urban planner for Bunker Hill Redevelopment,
Charles Kober and Associates, Los Angeles, CA 1973-1974




Aldrich Larry, "New Talent USA" from "Art in America"
Alfred H. Barr, "Painting and Sculpture in the Museum of Modern Art"
Gregory Battock, "Minimal Art, A Critical Anthology"
Michael Benedict, "Sculpture as Architecture"
Rudi Blesh and Janis Harriet, "Collage Personalities - Concepts,Techniques of Motion and Time in Space"
John Canaday, "Art, Story of Painting in Three Installments" from "New York Times" 1966
Carnegie Institute, "Catalog of Exhibition" 1968
Paul Cummings, "Dictionary of Contemporary Artists"
Georgia Dullea, "Style" from "New York Times" 1991
Flint Institute of Arts " Light and Movement" Catalog of Exhibition
Grace Glueck, "Circa 1825-2000" from "Art in America"
John Gruen, "The Galleries - A Critical Guide" from "New York Herald Tribune"
Udo Kulterman, "The New Painting" 1969
John Perrault, "New York" from "Art International"
Nan R. Piene, "Museums and Galleries" from "Art in America"
"Pittsburgh International Exhibition of Contemporary Painting and Sculpture" 1970
"Public Art - Port Authority of New York" 1986
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, "Painting and Sculpture Collection"
Peter Schjeldahl, "New York Letter" from "Art International"
Leon Shulman, "Light and Motion"
"Whitney Museum Catalog of Exhibition" 1966
"Who's Who in American Art"




Pollack - Krasner Grant 1999
Artist Fellowship Inc. 1999
Pollack - Krasner Grant 2010