Peter Lodato

Peter Lodato

Opere

Biografia

NATO 1946, Los Angeles, California

EDUCATION 1969-71 California State University, Northridge Graduate Studies, Art B.A., California State University, Northridge

DIDATTICA

1993 Present Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, California, Art History
1993-2000 Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, California, Graduate Advisor
1981-86 Otis/Parsons Art Institute, Los Angeles, California
1979-83 Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, California
1975-76 California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, California University of California, Irvine

MOSTRE PERSONALI

2012 ART1307 “Edge of Light”, Villa di Donato, Naples, Italy
2009 Zane Bennet, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2008 William Turner Gallery, Santa Monica, California
2007 Castello / Childs, Phoenix, Arizona
2005 Berman / Turner Projects, Santa Monica, California
2003 Peter Blake Gallery, Laguna Beach, California
Bakersfield Museum, Bakersfield, California
“Peter Lodato” Modernism, San Francisco, California
“Selected works, 1980 – 2000” Weisman Museum, Pepperdine University,     Malibu, California
William Turner Gallery, Venice, California
Handsel Gallery, Santa Fe, Mexico
Manné Gallery, Santa Barbara, California
Special Projects – Installation Mattress Factory, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
“Silver Tower” Public Art Project Brunswig Square, Little Tokyo, Los Angeles, California
1990 “Wrathful Means Project No. 2” Sharon Truax Fine Art, Venice, California
Painting, Drawing & Sculpture Hunsaker-Schlesinger Gallery, Los Angeles, California
“La Porta” Krygier/Landau Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, California
“Angeline” Burnett Miller Gallery, Los Angeles, California
“La Lune Noire” Hunsaker-Schlesinger Gallery, Los Angeles, California
“La Mer” La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, La Jolla, California
1982 “Peter Lodato” Otis /Parsons Gallery, Los Angeles, California
“China” Rosamund Felsen Gallery, Los Angeles, California
“Peter Lodato” Aspen Center for the Visual Arts, Aspen, Colorado
1981 “Meditation” Art Gallery of the Sibell-Wolle Fine Arts Building, University of Colorado, Boulder
“Dust” California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California
1980 “Similarity and Opposites” Rosamund Felsen Gallery, Los Angeles, California
1978 Special Exhibition Institute for Art and Urban Resources Special Projects Room, P.S. 1, Queens, New York
“Peter Lodato” Minneapolis College of Fine Art and Design Minneapolis, Minnesota
“Sisters” Claire Copley Gallery, Los Angeles, California
“Peter Lodato” CARP, Roger Wong Studio, Los Angeles, California
“Peter Lodato” Art Gallery, University of California, Irvine: catalogue
“Peter Lodato” Michael Walls Gallery, Los Angeles, California
1971 “Peter Lodato” Brand Art Center, Glendale, California

MOSTRE COLLETTIVE

2007 Reading Between The Lines, William Turner Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
2007 “Selected Works from the Weisman Foundation Collection” Frederick R. Weisman                     Museum of Art, Malibu, California
2007 American Jewish University, Los Angeles, California
2006 “Peter Lodato and Eric Johnson” Los Angeles Valley College, Los Angeles, California
2004 “Charles Arnoldi, Laddie John Dill, Peter Alexander, Peter Lodato” Patrick Olson Gallery, Plymouth
2003 “Drunken Masters: Roger Herman, Peter Lodato, James Hayward, Hubert Schmalix” Gallery C, Hermosa Beach, CA
1999 “Radical Past: Art and Music in Pasadena, 1960-1974” Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena, CA
1995 “Charles Arnoldi, Kris Cox, Charles Hill, Peter Lodato” William Turner Gallery, Venice, California
1992 “Survey of California Art, 1960 – 90” Aspen Center for Visual Arts, Aspen, Colorado
1991 “Salerno Incontrid-Arts” Rassegne della Ressegne Amalfi Arte, Salerno, Italy
“Sculpture Da Camera” (Chamber Sculptures) Fisher Gallery, University of Southern California
“Vessels” (Collaborative Exhibition) Sharon Truax Fine Art and The Art Store Gallery, Los Angeles
“20th Century Watercolors: Yesterday and Today” Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, California
1987 “America. America” 4 Rassegna Internazionale d’Arte Antichi Arsenali della Republica Amalfi Arte, taly
“Peter Liashkov, Peter Lodato, Susan Rankaitis” Fisher Gallery, University of Southern California
1984 “New Ways of Seeing” Marilyn Pink/Master Prints and Drawings, Los Angeles, California
“A Broad Spectrum” Design Center of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California
“Contemporary Water colors” Pink’s Fine Art, Santa Monica, California
“California Water colors” California State University, San Diego, California
“Reflections” Lonny Gans Gallery, Los Angeles, California
1983 “Summer Show” Rosamund Felsen Gallery, Los Angeles, California
“The Nancy Yewell Collection” Baxter Art Gallery California Institute of Technology, Pasadena
“Environs 2; Union Avenue” Art Gallery, Loyola School of Law, Los Angeles, California
“Drawings by 50 California Artists” Modernism Gallery, San Francisco, California
1982 “Painted Installations” 80 Langston Street, San Francisco, California
“New Work” Rosamund Felsen Gallery, Los Angeles, California
“Rebounding Surface” Edith C. Blum Art Institute Avery Center for the Arts Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York
1981 “1981 Biennial Exhibition” Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; catalogue
“Nine and Wall” Art Gallery, California State University, Fullerton, California
“Decade: Los Angeles Painting in the Seventies” Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, Ca
Group Show Rosamund Felsen Gallery, Los Angeles, California
“Forty Famous Californians: Recent Unique Works on Paper” Judith Christian Gallery, New York
“7 form 703” Gensler and Associates/Architects, Los Angeles, California
“New Work” Rosamund Felsen Gallery, Los Angeles, California
“John McLaughlin , James Hayward, Peter Lodato” Los Angeles Institute of  Contemporary Art “Christmas in July” Rosamund Felsen Gallery, Los Angeles, California
“California Perceptions: Light and Space; Selections from the Wortz Collection”
Art Gallery, California State University, Fullerton, California; catalogue
1977    “100 Plus Directions in Southern California Art” Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles,
“Faculty Exhibition” School of Art and Design, California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, California
1975 “Eight Artists from L.A.” San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, California
Group Exhibition Art Gallery, California State University, Los Angeles, California
Group Exhibiton Leslie Collins Art Gallery, Dallas, Texas
“Market Street Program: Nine Los Angeles Artists” San Francisco Museum of Art, San Francisco,
“Jerry Anderson, Greg Card, Laddie John Dill, and Peter Lodato” Fine Art Gallery, California State University, Northridge
1972 “Los Angeles: Fourteen Painters” Art Gallery, University of California, Santa Barbara, California
“24 Los Angeles Artists” Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, California
1970 “Nine Artists” Fine Arts Gallery, University of California, Irvine, California

Testi Critici

Apparenti geometrie di Cynthia Penna
pubblicato su Testo in mostra: “Apparenti geometrie”

Eight to Eighty di Emanuele Leone Emblema
pubblicato su Testo in catalogo

Edge of light di Robin Trento
pubblicato su Testo in catalogo: “Edge of light”

Crossing light and space di Cynthia Penna
pubblicato su Testo critico in catalogo: ‘Edge of light’

Io sono la Porta di Emanuele Leone Emblema
pubblicato su Testo critico in catalogo: “Edge of light”

Bibliografia

Peter Frank, “Peter Lodato: Recent Paintings”, THE Magazine, March 2009
Christopher Miles, “Pick of the Week”, L.A.Weekly, December, 2008
Roberta Caraso, “Peter Lodato at Peter Blake: Review”,  Laguna News Post, Laguna, California, March 10, 2002
Kenneth Baker, “Lodato Has Light Touch With Bands of Color”, San Francisco Chronicle
Galleries, November 10, 2001.
James Feldman, “Peter Lodato at Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art, October 14 –
December 15,  2000”, Art Issues, January/February 2001, number 66.
“Light and Hard Edges: Peter Lodato at Peter Blake Gallery”, Coast, December 2000, p.87.
“Intellect and Intuition: Watercolors by Peter Lodato at Peter Blake Gallery”, O.C. Metro,
December 14, 2000, p. 87.
Peter Frank, “Pick of the Week”, L.A.Weekly, December 8-14, 2000, p.164.
David Pagel, “Images that Resonate in the Mind’s Eye”, art review, Los Angeles Times, p.F8.
Michael Zakian, “Selected Works, 1980 – 2000” Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art,
Pepperdine University, catalogue essay, 2000.
Dottie Indyke, “Peter Lodato”, New Mexican Pasi Tiempo, January 9, 1998.
Marina Walker, “Lit From Within”, Santa Barbara News, April 4, 1997.
Alsion Lee Solin, “Finding the Center”, The Independent, April 3, 1997.
Peter Clothier, “Los Angeles”, (review of exhibiton at Hunsaker/Schlesinger Gallery),
Art News, February 1990, p.164.
Kenneth Baker, “Peter Lodato, La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art”, Art Forum, November, 1985, p. 114.
Frances Colpitt, “Peter Lodato at Burnett Miler Gallery in Los Angeles”, Art In  America,
September 1985, p.114.
Kristine McKenna, “Art Galleries”, (review of exhbition at Burnett Miller Gallery), Los Angeles
Times, Part V, May 10, 1985.
Merl Shipper, “A Haven for Post-Modernism”, Artweek, May 25, 1985.
Suzanne Muchnic, “New Listing: Four Rooms with a View” (review of exhibition at Otis/Parsons),
Los Angeles Times, Calendar, February 10, 1982.
Robert L. Pincus, “Galleries:, Los Angeles Times, Calendar, April 16, 1982.
Ralph C. Bond, “On and Off the Wall” , Artweek , March 7, 1981, p.5.
Lora Pethik Brown and Jane Cope Pence, “Nine and the Wall”, California State University,
Fullerton Art Gallery, Fullerton, California, 1981.
Flora Cater, “Peter Lodato’s Meditation at UC boulder”, Artspace: Southwestern
Contemporary Arts Quarterly, Fall, 1981, p.66.
Robert Hughes, “Quirks, Clamour and Variety”, Time Magazine, Vol. 117, No. 9. March 2,
1981, p. 84.
Christopher Knight, “A Decade of L. A. Painting Crammed into one Exhibition”, Los Angeles
Herald Examiner, March 8, 1981, Part E, p.7.
Mark Johnstone, “Exploration and Installation”, Artweek, October 24, 1981, p.5.
Suzanne Muchnic, “Odd Couple Interested in Illusion”,  Los Angeles Times, Calendar, October
4, 1981, p.  91.
John Perrault, “A Singular Pluralism”, The Soho News, February 11, 1981, p.27.
Whitney Museum of American Art, “Biennial Exhibition”, New York, 1981.
William Wilson, “The Wall, Not Just to Hang Pictures”,  Los AngelesTimes, February 27, 1981,
Part VI, p.10.
William Wilson, “A Cocktail Party of the Second Kind”, Los Angeles Times, Calendar, March
1, 1981, p.80.
Melinda Wortz, “Abstract Painting in Los Angeles 1950-1980: Selections from the Murray and
Ruth Gribin Collection”, published in Journal: A contemporary Arts Magazine, No. 30, Vol.3,
No. 10, September – October, 1981.
Richard Armstrong, “California”, Flash Art, March-April, 1980, pp.30-31.
Hunter Drohojowska, “Artbeat; Peter Lodato’s Sensitivity to the Inobvious”, L. A. Weekly
January 18 – 24, 1980.
Adrienne Rosenthal, “The Illumination of Seeing”, Artweek, January 2, 1980, pp.1,20.
William Wilson, Review”, Los Angeles Times, January 26, 1980.
Joseph E. Young, “Artist’s Paintings go Beyond the Edge of the Canvas”, The Arizona Republic,
January 20,1980.
Michael Kurcfeld, “Visible Means of Support” , New West, October 9, 1979, vol.3, no.21, p.106.
Susan Larsen, “Where Conceptual Meets Perceptual”, Artnews, January 1979, pp.94, 96.
Melinda Wortz, “California ‘Perceptions: Light and Space, Selections from the Wortz Collection”,
Fullerton Art Gallery, Fullerton, California.
“Faculty Exhibition”, California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, California, 1977.
William Wilson, “Irvine Exhibits Lodato, Pashgian”, Los Angeles Times, December 22, 1975,
Part IV, pp. 6-7.
Melinda Wortz, “Peter Lodato”, University of California, Irvine, 1975
Elena Canavier, “Peter Lodato: Wall Works”, Artweek, February 24, 1973, Vol. 4, No.8, pp.1, 12.
Fidel Danieli, “Objects as Infinite Space”, L.A. Weekly News, 1973, Part IV, p.4
Barbara Hansen, “Hamburgers Feature a Satiric Bite”, Los Angeles Times, July 1, 1971, Part IV,
p.1.
April Kingsley, “Los Angeles”, The Art Gallery, Summer 1971, pp.21, 74.
Hilton Kramer, “Los Angeles: Now the ‘In ‘ Art Scene”, The New York Times, June 1, 1971, p.21.
Maurice Tuchman and Jane Livingston, “24 Los Angeles Artists”, Los Angeles County Museum
of Art, Los Angeles, 1971.
William Wilson, “Two Shows Give Southlanders a Broad Look at What’s New”, Los Angeles Times,
Calendar, June 13, 1971, p. 48
SELECTED ART CRITICSIM BY THE ARTIST
“Michael Asher”, Documenta 5, Kassel, West Germany, 1972
“Three Los Angeles Sculptors: Lloyd Hamrol, George Herms, Brauce Nauman” , catalogue
statement for exhibition at The Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art, September 16 –
October 24, 1975, published in Journal, A Contemporary Arts Magazine, No. 8, November-
December 1975, pp.50 – 57.

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