Ed Paschke

Biography

Born in Chicago, Illinois, 1939.


EDUCATION
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois,
B.F.A., 1961, M.F.A., 1970.


Lived and worked in Chicago.
Died in Chicago, Illinois, 2004.


SELECTED SOLO SHOWS

2015
Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, England. Ed Paschke: Visionary from Chicago 1968-2004.

2014
Mary Boone Gallery, NYC, NY.

2013
Russell Bowman Art Advisory, Chicago, Illinois. Ed Paschke Drawings.

2012
The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. Ed Paschke.

2011
Russell Bowman Art Advisory, Chicago, Illinois. Ed Paschke: Early Paintings and Drawings.

2010
Alan Koppel Gallery and Russell Bowman Art Advisory, Chicago, Illinois. Ed Paschke’s Women.
Gagosian Gallery, NYC, NY.

2008
Russell Bowman Art Advisory, Chicago, Illinois. Ed Paschke: A Survey.

2007
Lewis and Clark College, Godfrey, Illinois. Ed Paschke: Unfinished Business.
Herron School of Art and Design, Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis, Indiana. Ed Paschke Nonplussed: Paintings 1967-2004.

2006
Chicago History Museum, Chicago, Illinois. Ed Paschke: Chicago Icon – A Retrospective.

2005
St. Francis University Museum, Fort Wayne, Indiana. Paintings.
Maya Polsky Gallery, Chicago, Illinois. Memorial Exhibition. (traveled to Galerie Darthea Speyer, Paris, France; Suburban Fine Arts Center, Highland Park, Illinois)

2004
National Museum, Wroclaw, Poland. Prints.
Maya Polsky Gallery, Chicago, Illinois.
Galerie Darthea Speyer, Paris, France.

2003
Cardinal Stritch University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Ed Paschke: Paintings, Prints, Drawings.
The Illinois Institute of Art, Chicago, Illinois. Ed Paschke: Recent Work.

2002
Maya Polsky Gallery, Chicago, Illinois.

2001
Madison Art Center, Madison, Wisconsin. Selections from the Collection: Ed Paschke.
Maya Polsky Gallery, Chicago, Illinois. Ed Paschke: Works on Paper.

2000
Maya Polsky Gallery, Chicago, Illinois.
Galerie Darthea Speyer, Paris France.
David Floria Gallery, Aspen, Colorado.
Frederick Snitzer Gallery, Miami, Florida. Recent Works.

1999
Holland Area Art Center, Holland, Michigan. Ed Paschke: Recent Works.
Gallery B.A.I., NYC, NY.
Maya Polsky Gallery, Chicago, Illinois.
Frederick Snitzer Gallery, Miami, Florida.

1998
Anchor Graphics, Chicago, Illinois. Prints.
Standard Club, Chicago, Illinois. Tribute to Ed Paschke.
David Floria Gallery, Aspen, Colorado.
Maya Polsky Gallery, Chicago, Illinois.
Gallery Ciocca, Milan, Italy.
Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, New York.
Galerie Darthea Speyer, Paris, France. Retrospective 1973-1998.
INSA Gallery, Seoul, South Korea.
Dean Jensen Gallery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Frederick Snitzer Gallery, Miami, Florida.

1997
Maya Polsky Gallery, Chicago, Illinois.
INSA Gallery, Seoul, South Korea.
Gallery Ciocca, Milan, Italy.
Galerie Darthea Speyer, Paris, France.

1996
Phyllis Kind Gallery, NYC, NY.
B.A.I. Gallery, Barcelona, Spain.

1995
Galleria Galliani, Genoa, Italy.
Galerie Darthea Speyer, Paris, France.
Phyllis Kind Gallery, Chicago, Illinois.
Eve Mannes Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia.

1994
Grand Valley State University, Allendale, Michigan.

1993
Galerie Darthea Speyer, Paris, France.
Phyllis Kind Gallery, Chicago, Illinois.
Phyllis Kind Gallery, NYC, NY.

1992
Dorothy Goldeen Gallery, Santa Monica, California.
Phyllis Kind Gallery, NYC, NY.
Caestecker Gallery, Ripon College, Ripon, Wisconsin.
Phyllis Kind Gallery, Chicago, Illinois.

1991
Turman Gallery, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, Indiana. First Person Plural: Part II/Focus on Ed Paschke.
Phyllis Kind Gallery, NYC, NY.

1990
Dorothy Goldeen Gallery, Santa Monica, California.
Phyllis Kind Gallery, Chicago, Illinois.
Galerie Darthea Speyer, Paris, France.
Phyllis Kind Gallery, NYC, NY.

1989
Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France. Ed Paschke Retrospective. (traveled to Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas; The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois)
Galerie Darthea Speyer, Paris, France.

1988
Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida.
Galerie Bonnier, Geneva, Switzerland.
Galerie Darthea Speyer, Paris, France.
Phyllis Kind Gallery, Chicago, Illinois.
Dorothy Goldeen Gallery, Santa Monica, California.

1987
Luhring Augustine and Hodes Gallery, NYC, NY.
Galerie Bonnier, Geneva, Switzerland.
Phyllis Kind Gallery, NYC, NY.

1986
Fuller Goldeen Gallery, San Francisco, California.
Phyllis Kind Gallery, NYC, NY.

1985
Galerie Bonnier, Geneva, Switzerland.

1984
Galerie Bonnier, Geneva, Switzerland.
Phyllis Kind Gallery, NYC, NY.
Fuller Goldeen Gallery, San Francisco, California.

1983
Kalamazoo Institute of Art, Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Hewlett Gallery, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Ed Paschke: New Paintings 1983.
Galerie Darthea Speyer, Paris, France.
Phyllis Kind Gallery, Chicago, Illinois.
Phyllis Kind Gallery, NYC, NY.

1982
Renaissance Society, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. Ed Paschke: Selected Works, 1967-1981. (traveled to Joselyn Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska; Contemporary Art Museum, Houston, Texas)
Phyllis Kind Gallery, NYC, NY.

1980
Phyllis Kind Gallery, NYC, NY.

1979
Phyllis Kind Gallery, NYC, NY.
Phyllis Kind Gallery, Chicago, Illinois.

1978
Galerie Darthea Speyer, Paris, France.
Phyllis Kind Gallery, NYC, NY.

1977
Phyllis Kind Gallery, Chicago, Illinois.

1976
Marian Locks Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Galerie Darthea Speyer, Paris, France.

1975
Deson Zaks Gallery, Chicago, Illinois.
Pyramid Gallery, Washington, DC.

1974
Hundred Acres Gallery, NYC, NY.
Galerie Darthea Speyer, Paris, France.
Contemporary Art Center, Cincinnati, Ohio.

1973
Deson Zaks Gallery, Chicago, Illinois.
Richard de Marco Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland.

1972
Deson Zaks Gallery, Chicago, Illinois.

1971
Hundred Acres Gallery, NYC, NY.

1970
Deson Zaks Gallery, Chicago, Illinois.


SELECTED GROUP SHOWS

2015
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Illinois. The Street, The Store, and the Silver Screen: Pop Art from the MCA Collection.

Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Illinois. Surrealism: The Conjured Life

2013
Tate Liverpool, Liverpool, England. Glam! The Performance of Style. (traveled to Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt, Germany; Lentos Kunstmuseum, Linz, Austria)

2012
Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC, NY. Sinister Pop.

2011
Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, Madison, Wisconsin. Chicago Imagists.

2010
San Antonio Museum of Art, San Antonio, Texas, Psychedelic: Optical and Visionary Art Since the 1960s.

2009
Rockford Art Museum, Rockford, Illinois. The Francis and June Spiezer Collection.

2008
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Illinois. Everything’s Here: Jeff Koons and His Experience of Chicago.

2007
Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, Madison, Wisconsin. Hairy Who (and some others).

2006
Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC, NY. 2006 Biennial Exhibition: Day for Night.
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Art in Chicago: Resisting Regionalism, Transforming Modernism.

2002
Brunnier Art Museum, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa. Virtual Visions: Three Decades of Collaboration.

2000
The Louvre Museum, Paris, France. D’après l’Antique.

1999
Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC, NY. The American Century: Art and Culture 1900-2000; Part II: 1950-2000.

1998
Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, Kalamazoo, Michigan. Art and the American Experience.

1996
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Illinois. Art in Chicago 1945-95.

1994
Art Museum at Florida International University, Miami, Florida. Heads Only.

1992
The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut. Quotations: the Second History of Art.

1988
The Museum of Modern Art, NYC, NY. Committed to Print.
Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 1988: The World of Art Today.
Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC, NY. Figure as Subject: The Revival of Figurative Painting Since 1975.

1987
University Art Museum, University of California, Berkeley, California. Made in USA: An Americanization in Modern Art, the ‘50s and ‘60s. (traveled to Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri; Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Virginia)

1985
Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC, NY. 1985 Biennial Exhibition.
Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, Washington. States of War: New European and American Paintings.

1984
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC. Content: A Contemporary Focus 1974-1984.
The Museum of Modern Art, NYC, NY. An International Survey of Recent Painting and Sculpture.
Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC, NY. American Art Since 1970.

1983
Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC, NY. Minimalism to Expressionism.

1982
Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC, NY. Focus on the Figure: Twenty Years.
Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, Missouri. Chicago Imagists.

1981
Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany. American Paintings 1930-1980.
Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio. Contemporary Artists.
Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC, NY. 1981 Biennial Exhibition.

1979
Center for the Visual Arts, Aspen, Colorado. American Portraits of the Sixties and Seventies.

1977
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Illinois. A View of a Decade.

1975
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Illinois. Made in Chicago.

1974

National Collection of Fine Arts, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. Made in Chicago.
The Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. Contemporary Still Life.

1973
Museu de Arte de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil. XII Bienal de São Paulo: Made in Chicago.
Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC, NY. 1973 Biennial Exhibition.

1972
National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Canada. What They’re Up To in Chicago.

1970
San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, California. Surplus Slop from the Windy City.

1969
Whitney Museum of Contemporary Art, NYC, NY. Human Concern/Personal Torment: The Grotesque in American Art.
Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Spirit of the Comics. Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Illinois. Don Baum Sez ‘Chicago Needs Famous Artists’.

1968
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Illinois. Violence in Recent American Art.

1967
The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. Seventieth Annual Exhibition by Artists of Chicago and Vicinity.

1966
The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. Sixty-ninth Annual Exhibition by Artists of Chicago and Vicinity.

1962
The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. Sixty-fifth Annual Exhibition by Artists of Chicago and Vicinity.

1958
The Art Institute of Chicago and Chicago Art Organizations, Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois. 1958 Chicago Artists Exhibition.


SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

Smith, Roberta, Ed Paschke, THE NEW YORK TIMES, 4 July 2014, p. C19.

Ise, Claudine, Ed Paschke Art Center a reflection of the artist, CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 18 June 2014.

Halle, Howard, Ed Paschke, TIME OUT NEW YORK, 1-7 May 2014, p. 40.

Yood, James, Critic’s Picks: Chicago, Ed Paschke, ART LTD, January/February 2014, p. 56.

Rosenberg, Karen, When Pop Art’s Wink Turned Moody: Sinister Pop at the Whitney, THE NEW YORK TIMES, 25 November 2012, p. C1.

Johnson, Ken, Beasts of Revelation, THE NEW YORK TIMES, 19 July 2012, p. C23.

Johnson, Ken, Ed Paschke, THE NEW YORK TIMES, 26 March 2010, p. C30.

Kennedy, Randy, The Koons Collection, THE NEW YORK TIMES, 24 February 2010, p. AR1.

Nance, Kevin, Retrospective Charts Paschke’s Evolution, CHICAGO SUN-TIMES, 5 October 2006, p. 46.

Kimmelman, Michael, Biennial 2006, THE NEW YORK TIMES, 3 March 2006.

Tapp, Mara, A Great Artist is Remembered for His Warmth, CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 5 December 2005.

Davenport, Misha, Artists Say Thank You to Paschkes, CHICAGO SUN-TIMES, 18 March 2005.

Smith, Roberta, Ed Paschke, Painter, 65, Dies, Pop Artist with Dark Vision, THE NEW YORK TIMES, 1 December 2004.

Ihejirika, Maudlyne, The Best Artist Chicago Ever Produced, CHICAGO SUN-TIMES, 28 November 2004, pp. 38A-39A.

Artner, Alan G., All Things Were Possible, CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 28 November 2004.

Menkes, Suzy, Luxury’s Expanding Golden Mile, THE NEW YORK TIMES, 10 July 2002.

Glatt, Cara, Many Faces of Paschke Color Fall Openings, HYDE PARK HERALD, 10 October 2001, p. 11.

Zimmer, William, Art: Out of the Loop, Art from Chicago, THE NEW YORK TIMES, 29 October 2000.

Artner, Alan G., Paschke’s Latest Passion Tackles Art of Sculpture, CHICAGO TRIBUNE, April 1999.

Knopper, Steve, Ed Paschke, CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 4 December 1998.

Artner, Alan G., Paschke Pictures Himself in New Works, CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 24 September 1998, p. 44.

Oksenhorn, Stewart, Taking Risks, Breaking Ground, Adding Dimensions, ASPEN TIMES WEEKLY, 14-15 August 1998, Cover, p. 16-B.

Vine, Richard, Chicago Art 1945-95: Where The Wild Things Were, ART IN AMERICA, May 1997, Cover, pp. 98-111.

Smith, Roberta, A Neo-Surrealist Show with a Revisionist Agenda, THE NEW YORK TIMES, 12 January 1996.

Artner, Alan G., Hand of Paschke Invokes Violence, Religion, CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 17 January 1992.

Artner, Alan G., Paschke’s Art Continues to Reach Beyond Past Successes, CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 10 October 1990, p. 76.

Weiss, Hedy, Paschke: A Retrospective, CHICAGO SUN-TIMES, 7 October 1990, p. 1.

Artner, Alan G., An Interpreter of My Time: Artist Ed Paschke’s Work Comes Home to Chicago, CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 16 September 1990, p. 16.

Artner, Alan G., Paschke in Paris: How the French View Chicago’s Preeminent Painter, CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 21 January 1990, pp. 13, 20.

Weiss, Hedy, Chicago Painter Ed Paschke Wows Paris, CHICAGO SUN-TIMES, 17 December 1989.

Sherman, Mary, Ed Paschke Keeps ‘Bite’ in His Work, CHICAGO SUN-TIMES, 23 October 1988, pp. E4, E8.

Mc Cracken, David, Paschke Takes on Guns, Martyrs, Media, CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 14 October 1988, Section 7, p. 60.

Yood, James, Imagism Revisionism/Chicago Print and Drawing Shows Create a Paper Tiger, NEW ART EXAMINER, January 1988, pp. 26-29.

Chandler, Christopher, Art-rageous Ed, INSIDE CHICAGO MAGAZINE, November-December 1987, pp. 12-13.

Mc Cracken, David, Exhibits a Cornucopia of Chicago Imagism, CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 30 October 1987, Section 7, p. 60.

Nilson, Lisbet, Chicago’s Art Explosion, ART NEWS, May 1987, pp. 110-119.

Yau, John, Ed Paschke, ARTFORUM, May 1987, p. 144.

Salvioni, Daniela, Spotlight: Ed Paschke, FLASH ART, May 1987, p. 84.

Cohrs, Timothy, Ed Paschke, ARTS MAGAZINE, April 1987, pp. 106-107.

Lautman, Victoria, My Kind of Town, ART AND AUCTION, May 1986, Cover, pp. 119-129.

Haggerty, Gerard, Ed Paschke, ART NEWS, April 1986, p. 155.

Cohrs, Timothy, Ed Paschke, ARTS MAGAZINE, March 1986, p. 140.

Lyon, Christopher, Synthetic Realism: Albright, Golub, Paschke, ART JOURNAL, Winter 1985, pp. 330-334.

Zimmer, William, Art/Political Messages, THE NEW YORK TIMES, 27 October 1985, New Jersey Section, p. 26.

Richard, Paul, Zap! Flash! The New York Look at the Whitney, THE WASHINGTON POST, 24 March 1985, pp. F1, F7.

Baker, Kenneth, Ed Paschke at Phyllis Kind, ART IN AMERICA, February 1985, pp. 139-140.

Gardner, Paul, The Electronic Palette, ART NEWS, February 1985, pp. 167-173.

Harris, Susan A., Ed Paschke, ARTS MAGAZINE, November 1984, p. 42.

Mc Greevey, Linda, No More Limits: Ed Paschke, REAL LIFE MAGAZINE, Autumn 1984, p. 23.

Leslie, Rich, A Meditation on Mediation: Paschke’s New Work, NEW ART EXAMINER, March 1984, p. 11.

Bonesteel, Michael, Ed Paschke, ARTFORUM, January 1984, pp. 81-82.

Artner, Alan G., Paschke’s Paintings at Phyllis Kind Clothe Image in Distorted Video Mask, CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 23 September 1983, Section 5, p. 18.

Russell, John, Journeying Back in Time at, Yes, the Whitney, THE NEW YORK TIMES, 19 June 1983, p. H35.

Russell, John, Art: Ed Paschke, THE NEW YORK TIMES, 27 May 1983.

Moufarrege, Nicholas A., Intoxication: April 9, 1983, ARTS MAGAZINE, April 1983, pp. 70-76.

Yau, John, How We Live: The Paintings of Robert Birmelin, Eric Fischl, and Ed Paschke, ARTFORUM, April 1983, pp. 60-67.

Adams, Brooks, The Progress of Ed Paschke, ART IN AMERICA, October 1982, Cover, pp. 114-122.

Blinderman, Barry, Ed Paschke: Reflections and Digressions on ‘The Body Electric’, ARTS MAGAZINE, May 1982, pp. 130-131.

Haydon, Harold, Paschke Mini-Retrospective, CHICAGO MAGAZINE, April 1982, p. 128.

Artner, Alan G., Paschke Show: 34 Eye-Openers from a Chicago Master, CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 14 March 1982, Section 6, p. 15.

Smith, Roberta, Munich and Chicago, THE VILLAGE VOICE, 10-16 February 1982.

Russell, John, ’The Hairy Who’ and Other Messages from Chicago, THE NEW YORK TIMES, 31 January 1982, p. 29.

Taylor, Robert, Who Chicago? Worthy of That Toddlin’ Town, BOSTON SUNDAY GLOBE, 22 November 1981.

Plagens, Peter, The Academy of the Bad, ART IN AMERICA, November 1981, pp. 11-17.

Flood, Richard, Ed Paschke, ARTFORUM, February 1981, pp. 73-74.

Januszczak, Waldemar, Chicago Defies You to Like Its Art, THE GUARDIAN (London), 17 December 1980.

Elliott, David, Phyllis Kind: Growing with Chicago’s Best Art, CHICAGO SUN-TIMES, 7 December 1980, Living Section, pp. 3, 5.

Vishny, Michele, An Interview with Ed Paschke, ARTS MAGAZINE, December 1980, pp. 146-149.

Carrol, Paul, Ed Paschke, INTERVIEW, April 1980, pp. 52-53.

Larson, Kay, Caws and Effect, THE VILLAGE VOICE, 31 December 1979, p. 66.

Bowman, Russell, Ed Paschke, ARTS MAGAZINE, October 1978, p. 14.

Frueh, Joanna, Chicago’s Emotional Realists, ARTFORUM, September 1978, pp. 41-47.

Day, Holly T., Ed Paschke at Phyllis Kind, ART IN AMERICA, March-April 1978, p. 144.

Haydon, Harold, Easel Does It: Painterly Paschke Sets Up Tension, CHICAGO SUN-TIMES, 23 October 1977, Show Section, p. 17.

Schjeldahl, Peter, Letter from Chicago, ART IN AMERICA, July-August 1976, pp. 52-58.

Wells, Daniel, Paschke’s Childhood Key to His Paintings, ART AND ARTISTS, April 1975, pp. 38-39.

Christiansen, Richard, …and Don Baum’s the Godfather, CHICAGO DAILY NEWS, 11-12 January 1975, p. 3.

Allen, Jane Adams, Stripping the Strippers, An Evening with Ed Paschke, NEW ART EXAMINER, December 1973, p. 3.

Blecha, Karen, Success Hasn’t Changed the Kid in Ed Paschke, THE HERALD (CHICAGO), 20 April 1973, Section 4, p. 1.

Kozloff, Max, Inwardness: Chicago Art Since 1945, ARTFORUM, October 1972, pp. 51-55.

Hughes, Robert, Midwestern Eccentrics, TIME MAGAZINE, 12 June 1972, pp. 56-59.

Beckley, Bill, Ed Paschke, ART NEWS, April 1971, pp. 20, 66.

Stone, Dennis, Ed Paschke, ART SCENE, October 1968, pp. 25-28.

Schulze, Franz, Paschke, Master of Monsters, CHICAGO DAILY NEWS, 24 February 1968, Panorama Section, p. 4.


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