Tripoli Gallery

Mary Heilmann

b. 1940, San Francisco, California

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Mary Heilmann (b. 1940, San Francisco, CA) received a Bachelor of Art in Literature at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and a Master of Art in Ceramics and Sculpture at the University of California, Berkeley. Heilmann’s work has been shown in prestigious international venues since the early 1970s. She recently had a solo exhibition, "Memory Remix", at Hauser & Wirth, Los Angeles, CA. In 2017, her work was included in the Whitney Museum of American Art’s exhibition, "Fast Forward: Painting from the 1980s", and she had a solo exhibition, "Painting Pictures", at the Dan Flavin Art Institute in Bridgehampton, NY. A major solo presentation of her work, "Looking at Pictures", was held in 2016 at Whitechapel Gallery, London. In 2015, a solo exhibition, "Sunset", was commissioned as part of the Whitney Museum's inauguration of its new building, and "Two by Two, Mary Heilmann & David Reed" opened at the Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin. In 2012, "Good Vibrations" at Bonnefantenmuseum, Maastricht traveled to Neues Museum, Nuremberg, while "Mary, Blinky, Yay", with Blinky Palermo, was exhibited at Kunstmuseum Bonn in 2013. In 2007 through 2009, a retrospective traveled from the Orange County Museum of Art in Newport Beach, California to New York’s New Museum of Contemporary Art, with stops at Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, and the Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus. Heilmann has received the Anonymous Was a Woman Foundation Award (2006), as well as grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Guggenheim Foundation. She has exhibited with Tripoli Gallery since 2012, most recently in a two-person exhibition with Sabra Moon Elliot titled "WAVY" (2018). Heilmann lives and works in New York City and Bridgehampton, NY.
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Acid Splash, 2012
Oil on canvas
30 × 24 inches

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Windansea, 2020
acrylic on canvas
24 × 96 inches (61 × 243.8 cm)

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Avalon Ballroom, 2002
oil on canvas
50 × 40 inches (127 × 101.6 cm)

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Mars, 2018
glazed ceramic
Left Ceramic: 5.75 inches (14.6 cm) diameter; Right Ceramic: 2.25 inches (5.7 cm) diameter; Depth: 0.5 inch (1.3 cm)

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Slant Lineup, 2018
acrylic and gesso on paper
5 × 6-3/4 inches (12.7 × 17.1 cm)

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Pink Lineup, 2018
acrylic on canvas
8 × 8 inches (20.3 × 20.3 cm)

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Red Fall Encore, 2018
acrylic and gesso on paper
6-1/4 × 6 inches (15.8 × 15.2 cm)

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Lonesome Road, 2018
acrylic on wood
11-1/4 × 11-1/4 inches (28.6 × 28.6 cm)

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Stalemate, 2018
acrylic on canvas
24 × 18 inches (61 × 46 cm)

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Kingston, 2015
glazed ceramic
14 × 14-1/2 × 1/4 inches (35.6 × 36.8 × 0.6 cm)

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Rouge Tube, 2018
glazed ceramic
7 × 8-1/2 × 1/2 inches (17.8 × 21.6 × 1.3 cm)

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Red Fall, 2018
acrylic on canvas
6 × 6 inches (15.2 × 15.2 cm)

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Blast, 2018
acrylic on canvas
8 × 8 inches (20.3 × 20.3 cm)

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Hermosa Sunset, 2018
acrylic on canvas
8 × 8 inches (20.3 × 20.3 cm)

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Six, 2018
acrylic on canvas
24 × 18 inches (61 × 46 cm)

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Ray Remix, 2018
acrylic on canvas
14-1/2 × 12-1/4 inches (36.8 × 31.1 cm)

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Crashing Wave, 2017
acrylic on canvas
8 × 8 inches (20.32 × 20.32 cm)

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Quake, 2012
glazed ceramic on painted wood
11-1/2 × 11 inches

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Remembering Redondo, 2015
acrylic on canvas
30 × 20 inches

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Pro Tools Remix, 2014
oil on canvas
20 × 32 inches overall

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Pink Ocean, 2013
oil on canvas
Diptych: 16 × 29 × 3/4 inches