Timothy Hutchings

Selected Solo Exhibitions


Bars and Tone, Gallery Rene Mele, NYC


There and Back Again, I-20 Gallery, NYC


The Self-Illuminating City, Allegra LaViola Gallery and the New Museum Bowery Festival, NYC


Timothy Hutchings, University Art Museum, California State University - Long Beach, Long Beach, California


Timothy Hutchings, The Center of Creative Art, St. Louis, Missouri

It’s Only a Hobby, Monmouth University, Gallery 800, Long Branch, New Jersey


Timothy Hutchings, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria

The Celestial Spheres, I-20 Gallery, New York, New York

Formal Issues and Not, Sydney College of Art, Sydney, Australia


The World's Largest Wargame Table, I-20 Gallery, New York,New York

Game Theory, Applied and Not, Triton Gallery, Nicosia, Cyprus

Timothy Hutchings,  Viennafair, ZONE1, Vienna, Austria

Timothy Hutchings, The Soap Factory, Minneapolis, Minnesota


Object and Non-Object, Karl Drerup Gallery, Plymouth, New Hampshire

The World's Largest Wargame Table, Real Art Ways, Hartford, Connecticut


Sea Fight! The Map Room, Portland, Maine, with Kyle Durrie


The Captain Hates the Sea, I-20 Gallery, New York, New York

A Lark in the Larkin, Loop ’04, Barcelona, Spain

Timothy Hutchings, Project Room, Bodybuilder & Sportsman Gallery, Chicago, Illinois


Arm in Arm in Arm in Arm, I-20 Gallery, New York, New York


Go West, The Bonsack Gallery, St. Louis, Missouri


The Arsenal at Danzig and Other Views, I-20 Gallery, New York, New York


Slapstick, Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan

Selected Group Exhibitions


The Undulations of Something Faintly Familiar, Anat Egby, Los Angeles

Play, Pod Museum, NYC

Show #12, Parlour Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York

Artist’s Books, Sculpture Center, Long Island City, New York

With or Without You, Gallery Rene Mele, NYC


Ahhcade, SFMOMA, San Francisco, California

Ulterior Intersections, Vera & Melchor de Arcenegui, NYC


Big Reality, 319 Scholes, Brooklyn, New York

Bookstore, Drift Station, Lincoln, Nebraska

Collections, FICTILIS, Seattle, Washington


Doomslangers!, Central Utah Art Center, Ephraim, Utah

When My Solution is a Hammer, All My Problems Look Like Nails, den contempory, Los Angeles, California,

curated by Kristi Lippire

LandEscapes, Julie Chae Gallery, Brooklyn, New York


Electromediascope 2010:  New Wave Energies Feedback, Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri

Doomslangers!, Allegra LaViola Gallery, NYC

From the Backyard, Oxnard College, Oxnard, California

Next Level: Game Spaces Beyond the Screen, Foundation for Art and Creative Technology,

Liverpool, United Kingdom

700IS, Reykjavik Art Museum, and theCenter of Icelandic Art, and the Iceland Academy of the Arts, and others.               


Camera/Chimera, Gallery Affero, Newark, New Jersey

Loophole to the Universe, Divus Unit 30, London, United Kingdom

Recess, Crossing Art, Flushing, New York City

Art House Art Garden series, Torrance Art Museum, Torrance, California

Chimera Ximalpa, Arcade Experimental Arts Project, Nicosia, Cyprus and Envoy Gallery, New York City


Single Channels, Tony Wight Gallery, Chicago, Illinois

Best of New York, II, Broadway Gallery, New York


DA2, Contemporary Museum of Art, Salamanca, Spain

Nothing at the End of the Lane, The Soap Factory, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Reverse Angle, Cheekwood Museum of Art, Nashville, Tennessee

locate | navigate - exercises in mapping, Charlotte Street Foundation, Kansas City, Missouri

Trunk Selects,  Färgfabriken, Stockholm, Sweden; Rom fur Kunst og Arkitektur, Oslo, Norway;

Sundsvall Kulturmagasin, Sundsvall, Sweden; and Kramfors Cinema, Kramfors, Sweden

Accidental/Coincidental, Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art, New York, New York

Cut the Cord, From Up Here Everything Makes Sense, Okay Mountain, Austin, Texas


25 Years Later..., Art in General, New York, New York

L.I.C., Socrates Sculpture Park, Queens, New York

For Sale, Espacio Liquido, Gijón, Spain

Urban Spaces, Fresno Metropolitan Museum, Fresno, California

Crash, Pause, Rewind, Missoula Art Museum, Missoula, Montana

Range, D.E.N. Contemporary, Los Angeles, California

Video and Photography from Western Bridge, Washington State University Museum of Art,  Seattle, Washington

Common Ground, Westchester College Fine Arts Gallery, Westchester, New York

A Century of Collage, Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portand, Oregon

The Big Nothing - Basekamp, Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Abrasions, Architecture, and Accident, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois and

Studio 27, San Francisco, California

Trunk/The Nordic Video Art Festival, Östersund, Norway

Red Badge of Courage, Newark Arts Council, Newark, New Jersey curated by Omar Lopez-Chahoud


Summer Selections, Art Omi International Sculpture Park, Omi, New York

Sagamore Collection Exhibition, Sagamore Hotel, Basel Miami, Miami, Florida

12th Biennial Print and Drawing Exhibition, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Art, Taichung, Taiwan

VII Salon y Coloquio Internaticional de Arte Digital, Havana, Cuba

Blame it on Rio, White Box, New York, New York

Impure Cinema:  Hybrid Works Rupturing Media Boundaries, Studio 27, San Francisco, California

Small Group Format, Truman State University, Kirksville, Missouri

[20mb], MASSart, Austin, Texas

realpARTy, Real Art Ways, Hartford, Connecticut

I Love Exit Art, Exit Art, New York, New York


Baroques and Neo-Baroques:  Hell of the Beautiful, Centro de Arte de Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain

Art Video Lounge, Videotheque, Art Basel Miami Beach, Miami, Florida

Crash, Pause, Rewind, Western Bridge, Seattle, Washington

Ars Digital 2004: I Click, Therefore I am, Moscow Biennial, Moscow, Russia,curated by Joulia Strauss

Art in the Age of New Technologies, Armenian Center for Contemporary Experimental Art, Yerevan, Armenia,

curated by Eva Khachatrian

The Kids Have ADD, Wizard Electroland, Brooklyn, New York Curated by Birgit Rathborn

Jianghu 3: An Exhibition of Experimental and Documentary Video Art, Kunming, China

Loop '05, Barcelona, Spain

New Labor; Neutral Capital, Columbia University, New York, New York


Cicle de Video Focus: Desde Los Anos Setenta Hasta El Ano 2002, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo,

Patio Herreriano, Barcelona

Videodrome II, Bates Museum of Art, Lewiston, Maine and the Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum,

Santa Barbara, California

Supersalon, SamSon Projects, Boston

The Iowa Biennial of Contemporary Miniature Prints, University of Iowa and the Soros Gallery,

Stockholm School of Economics, Riga, Latvia


Collection of the Associazione Artissima, Turin, Italy Centro Reina Sofia, Madrid, Spain,

curated by Elena Volpato

Espacios a la Experimentación, El Museo de Arte y Diseño Contemporáneo, San José, Costa Rica

VideoEx, Zurich, Switzerland

Solon y Coloquio Internacional de Arte Digital, Havana, Cuba

The Pretendlings, New Langton Arts, San Francisco, California 

Dancing in the Dark, Aljira Center for Contemporary Art, Newark, New Jersey

Not Myself, New Langton Arts, San Francisco, California

Warning/Happenings, a conceptual concert by David T. Little Stretansky Hall,

Susquehanna University, Pennsylvania


Videodrome II, New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, New York

Seeing by Wireless, Hastings Museum and Gallery, Hastings, United Kingdom

Metropolis Now, Centro Reina Sofia, Madrid, Spain

SUBMERGE, Kunstebunker Forum for Zeitgenossische Kunst, Nurnberg, German,

          Curated by Eva Scharrer

Faux Real, Borusan Cultural Center, Istanbul, Turkey 

                             Curated by Elga Wimmer

Cutting Edge, ARCO, Madrid, Spain

For Real, Woodstreet Galleries, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Self-Portraits From the Bill and Ruth True Collection, The Wright Exhibition Space, Portland, Oregon

Ramallah Video Festival, Ramallah, PalestineArt Forum Berlin 2002, Berlin, Germany

Friends and Relatives, Lombard Fried Gallery, New York, New York

Hash Brown Potatoes, Smack Mellon Gallery, Brooklyn, New York

PLAYGROUND, The Standard Projection: 247, The Standard, Los Angeles, California.

Curated by Yvonne Force and Loren Minda


B Hotel, P.S.1/MoMA Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City, New York

Ha Ha Hah, Quotidian Gallery, San Francisco, California

la perruque, OfficeSpace Gallery, San Francisco, California

Another Day on Planet Earth, Dechiara Stewart Galley, New York, New York

Berlin Art Fair, I-20, Berlin, Germany


Greater New York, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City, New York

Sidelong Glance, Im N iL Gallery, Brooklyn, New York


Persuasion, Lombard-Fried Fine Arts, New York, New York

Keep Fit, Be Happy, Dechiara Stewart Gallery, New York, New York

Parking, May Day Productions, Highbridge Park, New York

Ground Control, Lombard-Freid Fine Art, New York, New York


Some Young New Yorkers, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City, New York, curated by

Alanna Heiss and Klaus Biesenbach

Dissin’ the Real, Lombard Freid Fine Arts, New York, New York and Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna, Austria

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

Head Stand, Elga Wimmer Gallery, New York, New York

Selected Video, DNA gallery, Provincetown, Massachusetts


MFA Sculpture1998Yale University School of Art

BFA Video Art 1996Kansas City Art Institute


2005                Lower Manhattan Cultural Council - Swing Space Program

2002                Aljirah Emerge 2002 Program

                        The Atlantic Center for the Arts, New Smyrna Beach, Florida

With Dennis Oppenheim

2000                Civatella Ranieri residency program, Italy, Sponsored by William Kentridge and

        The Atlantic Center for the Arts, New Smyrna Beach, Florida

1996                Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture

Selected Bibliography

Wallace, Mark, “DIY Dungeons”, Wired Magazine, October 2012, p. 23, ill.

Ryzik, Melena, “Heads Yes, Tails No”, The New York Times, July 26 2012, Art & Design section, ill.

Rath, Robert, “Graveyard of the RPGs”, The Escapist Magazine, April 26 2012, website

Gilsdorf, Ethan, “Players Roll the Dice”, The New York Times, January 9 2012, Fine Arts section, ill.

Oliver, Julian, "Space Invaders", Netherlands Media Art Institute, 2010, p. 12-13, ill.

Pond, Greg, "Reverse Angle", catalog, Cheekwood Museum of Art, 2009

Tucker, Arlene, "Timothy Hutchings, Unsung Video", Umelec Magazine, 2009, pg 32-39, ill.

Ganpat, Asha, "Fakes", catalogue, Redsaw Gallery, Newark, New Jersey, 2008, ill.

Bors, Chris, "Timothy Hutchings at Triton Gallery", Arteri, September 2007, 16 - 19, ill.

Boucher, Brian, "Timothy Hutchings", Art in America, pg 209-210, November, 2007, ill.

Fredericksen, Eric, "Crash, Pause, Rewind" catalogue, Missoula Art Museum, 2007, ill

Hofleitner, Johanna, "Kunst-Konjunktur", Die Press, Vienna, front page, April 26, 2007, ill.

Neimack, Elisa, "Corporate Culture", The New York Sun, August 14, 2007

O'Brien, John, "Range", ArtScene, January 2007, pg 42, ill.

Schneider, Kerry, The Arts Administrator's Sketchbook, Chicago: Green Lantern Press, pg 28 - 29, 2007, ill.

Simensky, Peter, Neutral Capital, catalogue, 2007

Smetanka, Andy, "Healing Through Violence", Missoula Independent, Sept 20, 2007

"ViennaFair 07", Herausgeber Publishing, catalogue, pg 220, 2007, ill.

Villarreal, Ignacio, "Video and Photography at Western Bridge", artdaily.org, January 23, 2007

Ackerman, Ruthie, "Low-Tech Art in a High-Tech Era", Hartford Courant, May 22, 2006

Amidon, Catherine, "Timothy Hutchings; A Player's Game" catalogue, Real Art Ways, 2006, ill.

Fitzgerald, Shannon, "Small Group Format" catalogue, Truman State University Art Gallery, 2006, ill.

Hepler, Anna, "Three Collaborations" catalogue, Map Room Gallery, 2006, ill.

Miller, Lauren. "Artists Draw Attention", Truman State University Index, January 26, 2006

Premnath, Rit "Ruin/Monument", Shifter Magazine, pg 85, 86, 92, October 2006

Finch, Charlie. “The Museum Comes to Us: Art in 2050,” Artnet.com, February, 2005 Hackett,

Regina, “Western Bridge’s Crash, Pause, Rewind..”, Oct 21, 2005

Macu, Moran. “Loop ’04 Barcelona,” Artnet.com, January 6, 2005

Paige, Ian, “Let’s Fight”, The Portland Phoenix, Oct 21 – 27, 2005, ill.

Peters, Sue, "Culture Crash", Seattle Weekly, Dec. 14, 2005

Sarlin, Eric, "World's Largest Wargame Table", White Dwarf Magazine, #322, p. 18, Nov. 2006, ill.

Camper, Fred, “Timothy Hutchings...” Chicago Reader, January 30th, 2004

Chicago Reader, January 16, 2004 ill.

Green, Ian, “Loop, Videophilia”, Art Fairs International, 2004

Levin, Kim. “Voice Choices,” The Village Voice, November 10-16, 2004

Zoltak, Benjamin, “New Work from Don Doe and Timothy Hutchings,” Red Streak, February 12, 2004

Dancing in the Dark, Part I, Aljira Center for Contemporary Art, Newark 2003 cat.

Levin, Kim, “Voice Choices,” the Village Voice, May 14-20, 2003

Sasaki, Mina, Review, Vis a Vision Television, Tokyo, Japan, July 2003

Walden, Robert, "Aljira's New Gallery Emerges as a Fine Display Space", The Star-Ledger, Newark, New Jersey, June 1, 2003

Wilson, Michael “Timothy Hutchings,” Artforum, October, 2003, ill.

Wimmer, Elga, Faux Real, catalogue, 2003, ill.

“Timothy Hutchings at I-20 Gallery,” www.artnet.com, May 16, 2003

Beccaria, Marcella, “The Arsenal at Danzig and Other Views,” ARCO Magazine, April 2002, ill.

Cotter, Holland, “Hash Brown Potatoes” New York Times, July 12, 2002

Cowan, Liz, "Is it live, or is it...?", The Pitt News, Dec 20, 2002

Fink, Courtney. “Sneaking Time”, http://www.stretcher.org February 2002

Hackett, Regina, “Artists Play With Images to Close the Gap Between Life and Art,” Seattle Post-Intelligencer, July 4, 2002

Hoffman, Leslie. “Skewed Perspectives", Pittsburgh Pulp, November 11, 2002 Videodrome II, catalogue, New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York. 2002

Gioni, Massimiliano. “New York Cut Up: Art Fragments from the Big Apple,” Flash Art, January-Feb 2002, 61-64

Mooney, Chris. “Lost Buildings and Renewed Vision. A Mediation on Destruction in Video, Sculpture and Music,” NY Arts (February 2002): 65;

Spalding, David. La Perruqueí at the office/gallery,” Artweek, December/January 2001, 15-16

Thomas, Mary. “Art Review: Artists make their own reality in digital realism,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, December 07, 2002

Urban, Regina. “New York im untergrund,” Nurnburger Nachrichten, April 11, 2002

Wimmer, Elga. “Sahte/GerÁek,” Arkitera, October 2002

Fels, Sophie. “New York Critics Picks: Timothy Hutchings,” www.Artforum.com, December 2001

Fink, Cortney. “Sneaking Time.” Review of “La perruque (the wig),” Stretcher Magazine, San Francisco Giulano, Charles.

"Timothy Hutchings", Maverick Arts Magazine, Nov 2001

Giuliano, Charles. “The Pulse,” NY Arts, December 2001

Johnson, Ken. “Art Guide: Timothy Hutchings,” New York Times, November 30, 2001

Levin, Kim. “Voice Choices,” The Village Voice, November 27, 2001

Levin, Kim. “Voice Choices: Artists Haunted by History,” The Village Voice, November 27, 2001

Greater New York, catalogue, P.S.1/MoMA Contemporary Art Center

Henry, Max. “At the Galleries: Keep Fit Be Happy,” Flash Art, October, 57 (ill.)

“Keep Fit Be Happy,” New York Contemporary Art Report (July 1999) (ill.)

Spalding, David. ‘La Perruque’ at the office/gallery,” Artweek (December, 2001 – January, 2001): 15-16 Rockwell, S.

“Headstand,” dArt International (Fall 1998) (ill.)

Adamson, Glenn. “Timothy Hutchings,” NYArts (March 1998): 32 (ill.)

Adamson, Glenn. Headstand, Elga Wimmer Gallery, 1998 catalogue

Smith, Roberta. “Headstand,” The New Yorker, August 24-31, 1998

Smith, Roberta. Review: “Headstand,” New York Times, August 4, 1998

Aigner, Claudia von. “Gulliver Complex and Mr. Sandman,” Wiener Zeitung, June 6, 1998 Vienna, Austria

Bronner, Oscar. “Von Endorophinen, Salzgurken, und Stromstossen,” Der Standard, June 5, 1998 Vienna, Austria

Hofleitner, Johnna von. “Krinzinger Dissiní the Real", Die Presse, June 5, 1998 Vienna, Austria

Saustep, K. “Minimalsport mit Erwin Wurm und vieles mehr,” Kurrier, June 6, 1998 Vienna, Austria

Heiss, Alana. “Greater New York,” NYArts March 1998