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Born: Vancouver, British Columbia, 1918
Died: New York City, 1988


Vancouver School of Art, British Columbia

California School of Fine Arts, San Francisco



John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship


National Endowment for the Arts

Mark Rothko Fellowship


National Endowment for the Arts


Skowhegan Trustees & Governors Award for Service to the Arts



Hunter College, New York


Visiting artist at Columbia University, New York


Parsons School of Design, New York


School of Visual Arts, New York


Artist-in-residence, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Maine


Visiting artist, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut


School of Visual Arts, New York

Solo Exhibitions


Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC


Raymond & Raymond, San Francisco, CA


Six Gallery, San Francisco, CA


Paintings by Ronald Bladen, Fine Arts Gallery, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC


Brata Gallery, New York, NY


Brata Gallery, New York, NY


Ronald Bladen, Green Gallery, New York, NY


Ronald Bladen, Fischbach Gallery, New York, NY
Ronald Bladen: Sculpture, Emily Lowe Gallery, Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY


Ronald Bladen: New Work, Fischbach Gallery, New York, NY


Ronald Bladen: New Work, Fischbach Gallery, New York, NY


Ronald Bladen: A Sculpture, Fischbach Gallery, New York, NY
Pasadena Art Museum, CA
Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PA
University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI


Ronald Bladen: Outdoor Sculpture Proposal, The Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY, in
conjunction with the Public Art Council and Park Departments of Westchester and


Ronald Bladen: Models & Drawings, Hamilton Gallery, New York, NY


Ronald Bladen, Washburn Gallery, New York, NY


Ronald Bladen: The Wall Sculptures, Compass Rose Gallery, Chicago, IL


Ronald Bladen: Recent Sculpture, Washburn Gallery, New York, NY


Ronald Bladen: The 1950s, Washburn Gallery, New York, NY


Ronald Bladen, Washburn Gallery, New York, NY
Ronald Bladen: Abstract Expressionist Paintings of the Late 1950s, Compass Rose Gallery,
Chicago, IL


Ronald Bladen: Early and Late, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA;
traveled to Vancouver Art Museum, Vancouver, BC


Washburn Gallery, New York, NY


Ronald Bladen: Drawings and Sculptural Models, Weatherspoon Art Gallery, The University of
North Carolina Greensboro, NC; traveled to Sculpture Center, Long Island City, NY


Ronald Bladen: Sculpture, Kunsthalle, Bielefeld, Germany


Ronald Bladen: Selected Works, P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City, Queens, NY


Ronald Bladen: From Expressionism to Minimalism, Selby Gallery, Ringling School of Art and
Design, Sarasota, FL
Ronald Bladen: Paintings from the Fifties, Danese, New York, NY

Selected Group Exhibitions


Sixty-Fourth Annual Exhibition, Oil, Tempera on Panel and Sculpture, San Francisco Museum
of Art, San Francisco, California


Paintings by Bernard Bolter and Ronald Bladen, Reid Hyde, San Francisco, California


Sixty-Sixth Annual Exhibition, Oil, Tempera and Sculpture, San Francisco Museum of Modern
Art, San Francisco, California


[Lucille Austin, Ronald Bladen, Henry Dietrich, and Eileen Reynolds], Raymond & Raymond, San
Francisco, California


University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C.


Brata Gallery, New York, NY


Two-person show with Sylvia Stone, Brata Gallery, New York, NY


“Paintings, Drawings and Prints owned by Local Collectors,” The Wilmington Society of the Fine
Arts, Delaware Art Center


Invitational Show, Park Place Gallery, New York, NY


Concrete Expressionism, Loeb Student Center, New York University, NY
Sculpture from All Directions, World House Galleries, New York, NY


Primary Structures: Younger American and British Sculptures, The Jewish Museum, New York,
NY. Organized by Kynaston McShine.
68th American Exhibition, The Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois
Annual Exhibition 1966: Contemporary Sculpture and Prints, Whitney Museum of American
Art, New York, NY
Aussetellung: Serielle Formationen, Studio Galerie, J.W. Goethe Universitas, Frankfurt, West
Sculpture ’67, City Hall, Toronto, organized by the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa
Structural Art, American Federation of Art, Travelling Exhibit. Organized by Lucy Lippard.


Bladen, Grosvenor, von Schlegell, Loeb Student Center, New York University, New York
American Sculpture of the Sixties, Los Angeles County Museum of Art; traveled to Philadelphia
Museum of Art
Rejection Art, University of Omaha Fine Arts Festival, Nebraska
Projects for Macrostructures, Richard Feigen, New York, NY
Sculpture and Architecture, School of Visual Arts, New York, NY
Scale Models/Drawings, Dawn Gallery, New York, NY
Guggenheim International Exhibition, 1967: Sculpture from Twenty Nations, Solomon R.
Guggenheim Museum, New York


Scale as Content: Ronald Bladen, Barett Newman, Tony Smith, Corcoran Gallery of Art,
Washington, D.C.


Minimal Art, Gemeentemuseum, The Hague, The Netherlands
4. documenta: Kassel ’68, Museum Fridericianum, Galerie Schöne, Aussicht, and Orangerie
Auepark, Kassel, Germany
Annual Exhibition 1968: Sculpture, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
Sculpture Annual, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY


Minimal Art, Städtische Kunsthalle and Kunstverein für die Rheinlande und Westfalen,
Düsseldorf, Germany
14 Sculptuors: The Industrial Edge, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota


Ronald Bladen/Robert Murray, Vancouver Art Gallery, British Columbia
American Sculpture, Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, The University of Nebraska Art Galleries,
Inaugural Exhibit, Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio
Paula Cooper Gallery, New York, NY


Sonsbeek 71, Park Sonsbeek, Arnheim, The Netherlands


Visiting Artists: Ronald Bladen and Allan d’Arcangelo, Elvehjem Art Center, University of
Wisconsin, Madison
American Drawings, Collection d’Art, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Annemarie Verna Gallery,
Zurich, Switzerland


Biennial Exhibition: Contemporary American Art, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
Works in Spaces: Stephen Antonakos, Ronald Bladen, Sam Gilliam, Robert Irwin, Dorthea
Rockburne, San Francisco Museum of Art
Art in Space: Some Turning Points, The Detroit Institute of Arts, Michigan
[The City is for People], Fine Arts Gallery, San Diego, California


Less is More: The Influence of the Bauhaus on American Art, Lowe Art Museum, University of
Miami, Coral Gables, Florda
Outdoor Sculpture 1974, Merriewold West Gallery, Far Hills, New Jersey [Competition
Exhibition], Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, Florida


Monumental Sculpture in the 1970’s for Civic, Private and Corporate Places, Janie C. Lee
Gallery, Houston, Texas
Ronald Bladen, Ernest Briggs, Judy Rifka, Stuart Shedlesky, Susan Caldwell Gallery, New York
The Martha Jackson Collection at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Albright-Knox Gallery,
Buffalo, New York
Contemporary Drawing, Ben Shahn Gallery, William Paterson College of New Jersey, Wayne
Competition Exhibition, Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, Florida; New York Cultural
Center, NY
The Herbert and Dorothy Vogel Collection, The Clocktower Institute for Art and Urban
Resources, New York, NY


200 Years of American Sculpture, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
The Golden Door: Artist-Immigrants of America, 1876-1976, Hirshorn Museum and Sculpture
Garden, Washington, D.C.
Nine Sculptors, Nassau County Museum, Long Island, New York; P.S. 1 Institute for Art and
Urban Resources, New York, NY
PARC Exhibit, City University of New York, Graduate Center Mall, NY


Project: New Urban Monuments, Akron Art Institute, Ohio
Ronald Bladen: 3 Outdoor Sculpture Proposals, Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York
Sculptor’s Drawings, John Weber Gallery, New York, NY
Maquettes for Large Sculpture, Monique Knowlton Gallery New York, NY


Sculpture: Bladen, Kipp, Witkin, Ben Shahn Gallery, William Paterson College of New Jersey,


10 Abstract Sculptures: American and European, 1940–1980, Max Hutchinson Gallery, New
International Sculpture Conference, Washington, DC
Arte American Contemporanea, Civici Museo e Gallerie di Storia e Arte, Udine, Italy


Ronald Bladen, Michael Goldberg, Vincent Longo, Adam L. Gimbel Gallery, New York, NY
The Modern Room, Emily Carr Gallery of the Provincial Archives of British Columbia, Vancouver


CAPS Benefit Show, New York, NY
Sculpture Now: Contemporary American Sculpture, Park West Gallery, Michigan
Skowhegan Faculty Show, Colby College, Waterville, Maine


Sculpture: The Tradition in Steel, Nassau County Museum of Fine Art, Roslyn Harbor, New York
Beyond the Plane: American Constructions, 1930-1965, New Jersey State Museum, Trenton
Artist Call, Leo Castelli Galery, New York, NY
Museum of Drawers, Travelling Exhibit. Europe, Israel and the United States.


Contemporary Painting, Sculpture, Drawing V., Oil and Steel Gallery, New York
Drawings by Sculptors, collection of John E. Seagram and Sons, Inc., New York, NY; La Musee
des Beaux Arts de Montreal, Canada
The Ways of Wood, Queens College, New York, NY


Matter and Spirit, Suzzane Lemberg Usdan Gallery, Bennington College, Vermont
Ontogeny: Sculpture and Paintings by the 20th Century American Sculptors, New York Studio
Preview and Review – Paintings, Drawings and Sculptures, Washburn Gallery, New York, NY
50 at 50 West, 50 West Gallery, New York, NY
Action Precision, Washburn Gallery, New York, NY


Sculpture: Ronald Bladen, Jim Clark, Judy Pfaff, Connie Reyes, Sorkin Gallery, New York
Sculpture on the Wall, The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut


In Scale and Time: Ronald Bladen, Ilya Bolotowsky, Norman Blum, Alan Cote, Bill Jensen,
Washburn Gallery, New York
Sculpture, Procter Art Center, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York


Group Exhibition, Saint Peters Church, New York, NY
Works on Paper by Twenty-two American Artists, Travelling Exhibition. China: Beijing Art
Institute, Shangai Art Museum, and Hong Kong Arts Festival; Snugharbor Cultural Center
, New York, NY


Envoys, New York Studio School


Past/Present, Washburn Gallery, New York


Circa 1960, Washburn Gallery, New York


Fantastic Wanderings, Connecticut College, New London, Connecticut


The Collection Egido Marzona, Palais Liechtenstein, Vienna, Austria


Beat Culture and the New America: 1950-1965, Whitney Museum, New York, NY. Travelling
Exhibition: Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota; M.H. deYoung Memorial Museum,
The Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, California.

Group Exhibition, John Gibson Gallery, New York, NY
The San Francisco School of Abstract Expressionism, Laguna Art Museum, Los Angeles,
California; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, California


Ronald Bladen, Edward Dugmore – Paintings, Lennon, Weinberg, Inc., New York, NY
Sculptures and Drawings, Rosenberg & Kaufman Fine Art Gallery, New York, NY


Abstracted Presence, Edward Thorpe Gallery, New York, NY
Power of Abstraction, Eighth Floor Gallery, New York, NY
Sculptors’ Draw, Rosenberg & Kaufman Fine Art Gallery, New York, NY


A Minimal Future: Art as Object, 1958-1968, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles,

Sculpture, Danese, New York

Selected Bibliography


Ashton, Dore. “3 Centuries of American Painting: New York Commentary.” Studio International
170, no. 868, August 1965, pp. 87-88, ill.
Robins, Corinne. “Six Artists and the New Extended Vision.” Arts Magazine 39, no. 10,
September-October 1965, pp. 19-22, ill.


Sandler, Irving. “Ronald Bladen: ’…Sensations of a different order…’.” Artforum 5, no. 2,
October 1966, pp. 32-35, ill.
Smithson, Robert. “Entropy and the New Monuments.” Artforum 4, no. 10, June 1966, pp. 26-
31, ill.


Lippard, Lucy R. “Ronald Bladen’s Black Triangle.” Artforum 5, no. 7, March 1967, pp. 26-27,
Perreault, John. “A Minimal Future?: Union-Made.” Arts Magazine 41, no. 5, March 1967, pp.
26, 28-29, ill.
Fried, Michael. “Art and Objecthood.” Artforum 5, no. 10, June 1967, pp.19 & 23.
Mellow, James R. Art International II, no. 2, February 1967, p. 66, ill.
Siegel, Jeanne, Arts Magazine 41, no. 4, February 1967, pp. 56-57, ill.
Waldman, Diane. Art News 65, no. 10, February 1967, p. 10.


Pinney, Marguerite. “Top Canadian Sculptors to have Major Show Here.” Vancouver Province,
January 29, 1969.
Reise, Barbara. “’Untitled, 1969’: A Footnote on art and Minimal-Stylehood.” Studio
International 177, no. 910, April 1969, pp.166, 171-172, 178, ill.


Kline, Katherine. Art News 68, no. 10, February 1970, p. 14.
Nemser, Cindy. Arts Magazine 44, no. 4, February 1970, p. 64.
Pincus-Witten, Robert. Artforum 8, no. 7, March 1970, p. 81, ill.
Vinklers, Bitite. Art International 14, no. 3, March 1970, pp. 93-94, ill.
“Major Bladen and Murray Exhibit.” Artweek I, no. 12, March 21, 1970, p. 3.


Domingo, Willis. Arts Magazine 45, no. 8, Summer 1971, pp. 52-53, ill.
Henry, Gerrit. Art International 15, no. 5, June 1971, pp. 81-82, ill.
Linville, Kasha. Artforum 9, no. 10, June 1971, pp. 86-87, ill.
Wolmer, Bruce. Art News 70, no. 4, Summer 1971, pp. 10-11, ill.


Schjeldahl, Peter. The New York Times, January 23, 1972, sec. 2, p. 21, ill.
Henry, Gerrit. Art News, 70, no. 10, February 1972, pp. 12-13.
Wolmer, Denise. Arts Magazine, 46, no. 4, February 1972, p. 57.
Ratcliff, Carter. Art International 16, no. 3, March 1972.
Jürgen-Fischer, Klaus. “Ronald Bladen.” Kunstwerk 25, no. 2, March 1972, pp. 16-21, ill.
Schwartz, Barbara. Craft Horizons 32, no. 2, April 1972.
Baker, Kenneth. “Ronald Bladen.” Artforum 10, no. 8, April 1972, pp. 79-80, ill.
Bell, Jane. Arts Magazine 47, no. 3, December 1972/January 1973, pp. 78-79, ill.
Henry, Gerrit. Art News 71, no. 8, December 1972, p. 73.


Kingsley, April. Artforum 11, no. 6, Feburary 1973, p. 89, ill.
Welish, Marjorie. Art International 17, no. 1, January, 1973, p. 74.


Kingsley, April. “Ronald Bladen-Romantic Formalist.” Art International 18, no. 7, September
1974, pp. 42-44, ill.

Glueck, Grace. The New York Times, December 30, 1977, sec. C, p. 24, ill.
Kingsley, April. “Art for All.” Village Voice, December 12, 1977, p. 86.

Hess, Thomas B. New York, January 9, 1978, p. 58, ill.
Kingsley, April. Village Voice, February 23, 1978, p. 64.

Cohen, Ronny H. Artforum 9, no. 11, September 1980, pp. 72-73, ill.

Glueck, Grace. “Artist’s Artists.” Art News 81, no. 9, November 1982, p. 90, ill. Statement
by Louise Bourgeois on Ron Bladen.

Brenson, Michael. The New York Times, February 7, 1986, sec. 2, p. 2, ill.
Sorkin, Emily. “The Schulpture of Ronald Bladen.” Arts Magazine.
McDonnell, Joseph. Art/World, vol. 10, no. 5, February 1986, pp. 1-2.
Masters, Greg. Arts. 60, no. 7, March 1986, p. 139, ill.
Cohen, Ronny. “From X to Now.” ARTforum 24, no. 9, May 1986, pp. 100-101, ill.

Ellis, Stephen. “Expanded Pictograms,” Art in America 75, no. 4, April 1987, pp. 204-9,

Gibson, Eric. “In Rememberance.” Sculpture 7, no. 3, May – June 1988, pp. 34-35, ill.

Glueck, Grace. The New York Times, February 4, 1988, sec. B 16. Obituary
Brandon Sun (Brandon Manitoba), February 6, 1988. Obituary.
Bladen, Barbara. “Sculptors Death Stirs Up Glow,” The New York Times, February 8, 1988, p. C 9.
Brenson, Michael. Review, The New York Times, March 4, 1988.
Rubinstein, Meyer and Daniel Wiener. Review, Flash Art, May-June 1988, p. 103, ill.
Gibson, Eric. “In Rememberance,” Sculpture, May-June 1988, pp. 34-35, ill.

Smith, Roberta. Review, The New York Times, February 24, 1989.
Larson, Kay. Review, New York Magazine, February 27, 1989, p. 150.
Smith, Robarta. “From the 50’s, A Series of Brushes with Greatness,” The New York Times,
March 19, 1989.
Yau, John. “A Month of Valentines,” Cover, Februrary 1989.
Kuspit, Donald. Review, ARTforum. May 1989, p.149, ill.
Westfall, Stephen. Review, Art in America, July 1989.

Yau, John. Review, ARTforum. Summer 1990, p. 61.

Ronald Bladen: Early and Late, exhibition catalog, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
(curator: Bill Berkson)
Baker, Kenneth. “Several Visions of Ronald Bladen.” Datebook, June 9, 1991.
Crohn, Jennifer. Review, Arts Magazine, November 1991, p. 89, ill.

Berkson, Bill. “Bladen: Against Gravity.” Art in America, January 1992, pp. 80-85, ill.

Ronald Bladen: Early and Late, exhibition catalog, Weatherspoon Art Gallery, The
University of North Carolina at Greensboro. (curator: Douglas Dreishpoon)

“Report from San Francisco; Bay Area Bravura.” Art in America, September 1996, pp. 45-
47, ill.
Cotter, Holland. “Warm Minimalism Rooted in Poetry,” The New York Times, November 1,
1996, ill.
Knight, Christopher. “An Enlightening Show of Abstract Expressionism.” The New York Times,
February 2, 1996, ill.

Ronald Bladen: Sculpture, exhibition catalog, Kunsthalle Bielfeld. (curator:Thomas Kellein)
Bell, J. Bower. “Abstracted Presence,” Review, February 1, 1998, p. 43.
“Ronald Bladen erstmals in Europa,” Neue Westfalische, June 16, 1998.
“Metergobe Minimal Plastiken,” Neue Westfalische, June 6, 998.
“Westfalen-Blatt,” Kultur, June 5, 1998.
“Kunstwerke von Ronald Bladen fur Kunsthalle – Suggestive Skulpturen,” Neue Westfalische,
May 29, 1998.
“Premiee in der Kunsthalle,” Neue Westfalische – Westfalen-Blatt, May 28, 1998.
“Dramaturgie der Kraft,” Der Kunsthandel, Lg. 90 (1998), Nr. 7, July 7, 1998.
“Leer-Stoff – Bladen and Demand in Der Kunsthalle,” Ultimo, July 8, 1998, ill.
“Dominaz und Asthetic der reinen geometrischen Form,” Kultur/NRM, July 1998, ill.
Kunstwerke von Ronald Bladen fur Kunsthalle, Suggestive Skulturen, Kultur/NRW, July 1998,
“Zeitgenossche Kunst,” Feuilleton, August 1, 1998.
“Extreme Bezuge,” Kultur, August 24, 1998.
“Der Verfremdete Raum-Skultpuren von Ronald Bladen un Fotos von Thomas Demond in der
Bielefelder Kunsthalle,” Bielefeld Journal, Herbst 1998, pp. 32-33, September 4,

Johnson, Ken. “A Romantic Pushes Minimalism to the Maximum,” The New York Times,
February 19, 1999, ill.
Schwendencer, M. “Minimal to the Max, P.S. 1 Reveals the Romantic Behind the Rational Art of
Ronald Bladen,” Time Out, New York, March 18-25, 1999.
Stevens, Mark. “Maximal Minimalist,” New York Magazine, March 8, 1999, ill.
Meyer, James. “Ronald Bladen: P.S. 1 Contemporary Arts Center, New York,” ARTforum, May
1999, p. 174, ill.

Kipling, Kay. “More than Minimal: a Selby Gallery exhibition this month sheds new light
on the diverse and often dramatic work of the late Ronald Bladen,” Sarasota Magazine,
February 1. 2004, ill.
Jenkins, Susan L. “Ronald Bladen.” In A Minimal Future? Art as Object 1958-1968. Ed. Anne
Goldstein. Los Angeles, CA: The Museum of Contemporary Art & Cambridge, MA: The MIT
Press, 2004. 172-75, ill.

Sheets, Hilarie M. “Underrated Overrated: Which artists have been overlooked? And which
have we been looking at too much?” ARTnews, January 2005, pp. 100-109, ill.

Public Collections

Albright-Knox Gallery, Buffalo, New York
Boston Federal Reserve Bank, Massachusetts
City Hall, Springfield, Ohio
J. Patrick Lannan Foundation, Palm Beach, Florida
Lannan Foundation, Los Angeles, California
Albert A. List Foundation, New York
The Marine Midland Bank, Buffalo, New York
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, North Carolina
Peoria Civic Center, Illinois
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, California
Schmaeler Gallery, Dusseldorf, West Germany
Joseph E. Seagram & Sons, Inc., New York
King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Social Security Building, Baltimore, Maryland
State of New York, Albany South Mall, New York
Henry Wallace Agricultural Building, Des Moines, Iowa
Newark Museum, New Jersey
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, California
Fogg Art Museum, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Weatherspoon Art Gallery, Greensboro, North Carolina