David Haxton

b. 1943 in Indianapolis, Indiana
Lives and works in Winterpark, Florida


SOLO EXHIBITIONS: PHOTOGRAPHS AND FILMS
2009
Priska C. Juschka Fine Art, New York. (photographs)

1986
Rosa Esman Gallery, New York. (photographs), (sculpture)

1983 
Sonnabend Gallery, New York. (photographs)
Millennium, New York, New York. (films)

1982
Tomasulo Gallery, Union College, Cranford, New Jersey. (photographs)
Simon Fraser University Gallery, Burnaby Canada. (photographs), (films)

1981
Sonnabend Gallery, New York. (photographs)
State University of New York, Plattsburgh, New York. (photographs), (films)
University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida.( photographs)

1980
Sonnabend Gallery, New York. (photographs)

1979
Sonnabend Gallery, New York. (photographs)

1978
Galerie Sonnabend, New York. (photographs)
“Cineprobe”, Museum of Modern Art, New York. (films)
“David Haxton / Jan Groover”, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. (photographs)

1977
Sonnabend Gallery, New York. (films)

1976
Anthology Film Archives, New York. (films)

1975 
Sonnabend Gallery, New York. (films)
Cineprobe”, Museum of Modern Art, New York. (films)

GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2011
“Cool Videos for a Hot Florida Summer”, Gavlak Gallery, June 4 - July 30, 2011, (film)

2010
“Fifth Anniversary Exhibition”, Gavlak Gallery, November 25, 2010 - January 8, 2011. (film)
“Crises Films”, 36th Anniversary of CINEDOC, (Paris Film COOP), The Center Pompidou, Paris, France. (films)
“Tracing the Line”, South London Gallery, 7 July, 2010, (film)
“Think Pink”, Gavlak Gallery, Palm Beach, Florida. (photograph)

2009
“Crises Films”, 35th Anniversary of CINEDOC, (Paris Film COOP),The Center Pompidou, Paris, France. (films)

2008
“The Form Itself”, Priska C. Juschka Fine Art, New York, New York. (photograph)

2003
“Constructed Realities”, Orlando Art Museum, Orlando, (photographs)
“True Fictions”, Stadtische Galerie, Erlangen, (film stills, photographs)

2002
“True Fictions”, Ludwig Forum, Aachen Germany, Kunstverein Lingen Kunsthalle IV, Lingen, Germany (photographs)
“True Fictions”,Kunst Haus Dresden, Germany. (photographs)
Modern Museum, Stockholm, Sweden. (film)

2001
“True Fictions”, Museum Bad Arolsen, Germany, (photograph)

1989 
“Das Konstruierte Bild”. Photographs, Kunstverein Munich, Germany. (photographs)

1987
“This is Not a Photograph”, Ringling Art Museum, Sarasota, Florida. (photographs)
University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida. (photographs)
“Melancholy”, Anne Plumb Gallery, New York. (photograph)
“Paint and Film”, Bess Cutler Gallery, New York. (photograph)

1986
“Collectors Choice”, Rosa Esman Gallery, New York. (photograph)

1985 
“The Immaterials”, Beauborg, Paris, France. (photograph)
“American Experimental Films”, Cinematheque Francaise (Salle Beaubourg) Paris, (film)
Maison Jean Vilar, Avignon, France. (photographs)
“Light in August”. Nexus Gallery, Philadelphia, Pa. (photograph)

1984
Sonnabend Gallery Group Show, New York. (photograph)

1983
“Biennial Exhibition”, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. (film)

1982
“Color as Form”, International Museum of Photography, George Eastman House, Rochester, New York. (photograph)
“Beyond Photography”, The Fabricated Image, Delahunty Gallery, New York. (photograph)
“Collectors Choice”, Rosa Esman Gallery, New York, New York. (photograph)
“Recent Color”, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. (photograph)
“Photography in Color: A Survey”, The Art Gallery, Stockton State College, Pomona, New Jersey. (photographs)
“Photo/Sculpture”, Islip Art Museum, Islip, Long Island, New York. (photograph)

1981
“Biennial Exhibition”, Whitney Museum of American Art. (photographs), (films)
“Color Photography: New Images”, Mandville Art Gallery, University of California 
          at San Diego, La Jolla, Ca. (photographs)
“Staged Shots”, Delahunty Gallery, Dallas,Texas. (photograph)
Carol Taylor Gallery, Dallas, Texas. (photograph)
“Erweiterte Fotographie”, Fifth Vienna International Biennaele, Vereinigung Bildender Kunstler Weiner
          Secession,Vienna, Austria. (photograph)
“The New Color”, Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, NewYork. and at International Center of Photography,
          NYC (photograph)
Summer Group Show, Sonnabend Gallery. New York. (photograph)
1980 "Ils se disent peintres, ils se disent photographes", Nuridsany Michel , in ARC Musée d'art Moderne
          de la Ville de Paris. (photographs)
“Invented Images”, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, University of California, Santa Barbara, Ca. (photographs)
“Situational Imagery”, Art Gallery, University of California, Irvine, Ca. (photographs)
“20 x 24 / Light”, Polaroid Corporation, traveling exhibition. Cambridge, Mass. (photographs)

1979 
“Whitney Biennial”, Whitney Museum of American Art New York. (films)
“Art of the 70’s, Selections from the Permanent Collection. Whitney Museum of American Art, 
          New York, New York. (photograph)
Museum of Modern Art, New York, American Independent Cinema: Recent Acquisitions, 
          Early Cinema/Cinema Space, (film)
Center D’ Arts Plastiques de Bordeaux, Bordeaux. France. (film)
“Concept Docment Narrative”, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Ill. (photographs)
“The Art of Performance”, Pallazzo Grazzi, Venice. (Installation film)
“Film as Installation”, The Clocktower, Institute for Urban Resources. New York, New York. (drawings for films)
“Invented Images”, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, University of California at 
           Santa Barbara California. (photographs)
“Situational Imagery”, Art Gallery, University of California at Irvine,I rvine,California. (photograph)
“American Photography in the 1970’s”, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, California. (photographs)
“20x24”/Light”, Traveling exhibition organized by Polaroid Corporation. (photograph)
“Six Photographers Six Unconventional Views”, Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, Ma. (photographs)
“American Photography in the 1970’s”, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, California. (photographs)
“One of a Kind”, Light Gallery, New York and LAICA Los Angles California. (photographs)

1978
“Color Photographs”, Thomas Segal Gallery, Boston, Mass. (photographs)
“Cineprobe”, Museum of Modern Art, New York. (films)

1977
“Outstanding Films from the Ann Arbor Film Festival”, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minn. And Chicago Art
          Institute, Chicago, Ill. (film)
Ann Arbor Film Festival and Traveling Tour, Ann Arbor, Michigan. (film) (award)

1976 
Berlin Art Festival, Berlin, West Germany. (films)
“Films by Artists”, Museum of Modern Art, Belgrade, Yugoslavia. (films)
Ann Arbor Film Festival and Traveling Tour, Ann Arbor, Michigan. (award)

1975
Sonnabend Gallery, New York. (films)

“New American Filmmakers Series’, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, New York. (films)

1974
"Films: Vito Acconci, John Baldessari, David Haxton, David Shulman," Sonnabend Gallery, New York, 
January, 8-12.

COLLECTIONS
Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington D.C. (films)
Museum of Modern Art ,New York. (films)
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. (photograph)
Albright Knox Gallery, Buffalo, New York. (photograph)
University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum, Tampa, Florida.(photographs)
National Gallery of Art, Canbera, Australia. (photograph)
The Maslow Collection, Scranton, Pennsylvania. (photograph)

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
2010 LayFlat, Edited by Shane Lavalette and Guest Editor Michael Bühler-Rose.
2009 R.C. Baker, Village Voice, Jan. 27.
2005 The Polaroid Book, Taschen.
2004 Art and Photography, David Campany, Phaidon, Book
2003 “Constructed Realities”, Sue Scott, Orlando Museum of Art, Exhibition Catalog
1989 “Das Konstruierte Bild”, Michael Kohler, Kunstverein, Munchen, Exhibition Catalog
1986 “This is Not a Photograph”, Joseph Jacobs, Ringling Museum of Art, Exhibition Catalog
1983 “Taking As Subject Nothing More Than Space and Light”, Andy Grunberg, The New York Times, June 5.
1982 “Recent Color”, San Fransisco Museum of Modern Art, Exhibition Catalog
        “Inner City- Photographs by David Haxton” David Shapiro, CameraArts, Jan/Feb.pg.71.
        “David Haxton”, Robert Yoskowitz, Arts Magazine, February, p.10.
        “Photography that Evokes Sculpture”, Helen Harrison, The New York Times, Sunday, Feb.7.
1981 The Art of Photography, Revised edition, Time Life Books, Book
        The New Color, Sally Eauclaire, Abbeville Press, Book
1979 “One of a Kind”, Belinda Rathbone, David Godine, Boston, Mass.

GRANTS
1979-80 National Endowment for the Arts. Individual artists fellowship for photography
1978-79 National Endowment for the Arts, Individual Artists fellowship for film
1977-78 New York State Council for the Arts, Individual Artist Fellowship for photography