Solo Exhibitions






Blum Helman, New York, NY

1979 1981 1983

Margo Leavin, L.A., Calif.


Carl Solway, Cincinnati, Ohio

1980 1982

Landau-Alexander, L.A., Calif.


Picasso Studio, Paris, France


Elizabeth Leach, Portland, Ore.

1982 1984 1987 1992 1994 1995

2005 2008 2010 2011 2013 2015

Dianne Brown, New York, NY

1983 1984 1986

Carol Taylor, Dallas, Texas 1981

Gallery 99, Miami, Florida


Kendrick, New York


RKL, New York




Public / Non-Profit


American Academy of Arts and Letters, NY 2016


Suny Buffalo Center for the Arts, NY, 2015


Villa Datris Museum, Isle Sur la Sorge, France, 2015


Light House, Brooklyn NY, 2014


Thelma Sadoff Center for the Arts, Fond du Lac, WI



Pacific Northwest College of Art Gallery, Portland Ore.



La Curteduria, Oaxaca, Mexico



San Art, Saigon,



White Building, Time Based Festival, Portland



Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum, 2004


College of St Rose, Albany

2002, 2004


University of Idaho, Moscow,



University of Central Florida, Orlando



Brandeis University, Boston



Lacoste School for the Arts, France

1998, 1999, 2000


DMV, Salem, Oregon




Schoenborn Chapel, Tivoli, NY



Picasso Studio, Paris, France

1988 - 1990


Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Pittsburgh, PA



DeMenil House, New York, NY



Reservoir Road Studio, Hyde Park, NY

1984 - 1987


Bond Street Studio, New York, NY 1982 -



Federal Court House Building, Eugene, Ore.



Spring Street Studio New York, NY

1975 - 1982


P.S.1. New York, NY

1976 1977 1979


School for the Visual Arts, New York, NY



Customs House, New York, NY



University of California at Irvine. L.A., Calif.

1976, 1979


University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida 1976*


Otis Art Institute, L.A., Calif.



University of Colorado, Pueblo, Co.



University of Miami, Florida



University of Colorado, Boulder, Co.



Pasadena Studio, Pasadena, Calif.

1973 - 1974


Libra Gallery, L.A., Calif.



University of British Columbia Art Gallery, Vancouver, B.C.



Montgomery Gallery, L.A., Calif.
























Albright-Knox Museum, Buffalo, New York

A.T.T. Collection, New York, New York

Bank of America Collection, Seattle, Washington

Bellevue Art Museum, Seattle, Wash

Brooks Memorial Museum, Memphis, Tenn.

California State University, Long Beach, Calif.

Chase Manhattan Collection, New York, NY

Claremont Graduate School, Claremont, Calif.

Menil Collection, Houston, Texas

DMV, Salem, Oregon

Federal Reserve of Boston Collection, Mass.

French Institute, New York, NY

Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY

Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao, Spain

Heathman Collection, Portland, Ore.

Indianapolis Museum, Indianapolis, Ill.

Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY

Museum of New Art, Detroit, Michigan

Neuberger Museum, Purchase, NY

Nines Collection, Portland Ore.

OSMI, Portland, Ore.

Pomona College, Claremont, Calif.

Portland Museum of Art, Portland, Ore.

Prudential Collection, Hartford, Conn.

PS1, New York, NY

University of California at Irvine, Irvine, Calif.

University of California at Riverside, Calif.

University of California at Santa Barbara,  Calif.

University of Colorado, Boulder, Co






Personal contact


Hap Tivey

Apt. 11R

1 Union Square South

New York, NY 10003


P.O. Box 88

Climax, NY 12042







Albright Knox Museum, "New Drawings New York", Buffalo, NY 1981

Alliance Francaise, New York, "Lacoste" 2000" *

Aqua, Miami. 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008

Audrey Stohl, " Artists from Blum Helman", Memphis, Tenn. 1979

Baltimore Museum, "Installation Drawings", Baltimore, Md. 1984

Bellevue Museum, "The Texture of Light", Seattle Wash. 2001*

Bernard Jacobson, "Flying" New York, NY 1984

Blum Helman, "Recent Paintings", New York, NY 1978 1982

Brooks Memorial Museum, “Vogel Collection”, Memphis, Tenn. 2009

California State College, "Light", Fullerton, Calif. 1979

Carl Solway, Cincinnati, Ohio 1986*

Cavalaire "Exhibition de Luminaire", Cavalaire, France, 2001

Contemporary Art Center, "Dynamix", Cincinnati, Ohio 1982

Diane Brown, Gallery Group, New York, NY 1984 1985

ELAC, "Energie New York", Lyon, France 1979

Elizabeth Leach, Portland, Ore. 1975 1978 1981 1983* 1985 1988* 19911993 1994* 1997, 2002, 2005, 2009, 2011

Exit Art, New York, 2007

Fashion Institute of New York, "Light", New York, NY 1987*

Fisher Art Gallery, Bard College, New York, 2000, 2011

GCCA, "Technology", Catskill, New York 1993

Guggenheim Museum, New York, The Third Mind: American Artists Contemplate Asia, 2009

Hofstra University, "Light", Hempstead, NY 1983*

Hochman Gallery, "Light", New York, NY 1981

Indianapolis Museum of Art, "Biennial", Indiana, Ill. 1980

Jack Tilton, New York, NY 1983 1986

Koplin Gallery, "NY in LA", LA, Calif. 1982

Lacoste Gallery, " Faculty Show" 1998, 1999

Margo Leavin, "Gallery Group", LA, Calif. 1982

Montgomery Gallery, LA, Calif. 2012

Museum of New Art, "Detroit International Video Festival", Detroit, Michigan, 2003

Morris Museum, "Light", Morristown, New Jersey 1983*

Neuberger Art Museum, "NY/LA Shift", Purchase, NY 1983*

Newport Art Museum, "NY/LA Shift", Newport, Calif. 1982*

Okum-Thomas, "Blum Helman Artists", St. Louis, Mo. 1981

Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, Portland, Ore. 1993 - 1994*

Philadelphia Museum, "Drawings for Installation", Philadelphia, PA 1985

Philadelphia Museum, "Vogel Collection", Philadelphia, PA 2010*

Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, "The Quality of Light", Pittsburgh, PA

Portland Museum of Art, “Vogel Collection”, Portland, 2011

Turner Gallery, LA, Calif. 1993

University of Colorado Art Gallery, "Visiting Artists Collection”, Boulder, Co. 1992*

Woodstock Film Festival,"Annual Expo", Woodstock, New York, 2002, 2004

Detroit MONA, "Detroit International Video Festival", Detroit, 2003, 2005, 2007

CR10, Hudson, New York 2012, 2013




ARCHITECTURAL INVENTIONS: VISIONARY DRAWINGS, Matt Bua & Maximillian Goldfarb, Lawrence King, London, 2012

IT HAPPENED AT POMONA, ART AT THE EDGE OF LOS ANGELES 1969- -1973, McGrew, Rebecca, Getty Museum Publications, 2011


THE ART OF LIGHT AND SPACE, Butterfield, Jan, Chptr 10, Abbeville Press, New York, 1993 *

LUMINOUS, Wallace, pp. 32-38, Abbeville Press, New York, 2000

SHIFT L.A./N.Y., Schimmel, Paul, pp.14, 62-64, Gardener/Fulmer, Buena Park, Calif. 1982

ROOMS P.S.1. Heiss Alanna P. 90, The Institute for Urban Resources, New York, 1977

Artforum, (Oct. 1976) "Apotheosis for a Crummy Space" Nancy Foote

Artforum, (Dec. 1979) "Hap Tivey: Blum Helman Gallery" Tor Seidler

Art in America, (July, August 1976) "Hap Tivey at Irvine", Sandy Ballatore

Art in America, (March 1979) "Hap Tivey at Blum Helman", Prudence Carlson

Art in America, (January 1985) "Hap Tivey at Diane Brown", Garvit, Henry

Art News, (Summer 1976),  "Dizzy in a Ganzfield, Hap Tivey", Perlmutter, Elizabeth

Art News, (Summer 1979), "Hap Tivey", Melinda Wortz

Art News, (January 1983), "The LA/NY Shift", Melinda Wortz

Art News, (January 1985) "Hap Tivey at Diane Brown", E.H.

Arts, (Dec. 1979) "Hap Tivey - Apollonian Gold and English Fog", Jane Nisselson

Artweek, (June 1974) "Pasadena Studios - Hap Tivey"

Artweek, (April 1976 ) "Hap Tivey, Fourth Situation"

Artweek, (Oct. 1977) "Experiencing the Ephemeral"

Artweek, (May 1982) "Koplin Gallery, Hap Tivey"

Artweek, (Sept. 2004 ) "SBCAF, Hap Tivey"

Journal: LA Institute of Contemporary Art, 1977, "Asians, a Description"

Le Journal, (Feb. 1982) "Energie New York", Carador, Christine

Les Arts, (Jan. 1982) "Energie New York a'l'ELAC de Perrache, Rene' Deroudille L'Express, (Feb. 1982) "Lyon, Les Punks de Manhattan"

L’Monde, (August 1999) “Cavalaire Luminaire”

New York (Nov. 1978) " The Art Establishment: Rising Stars vs. the Machine", Carter Radcliffe

Oregonian (Jan. 2008) “Light as Path to Infinity”, Brian Libby

Seattle Post Intelligencer (Dec 2000) " BAM: Light an Important Actor",

Charles Ward

Soho News, (Oct. 1978) "Hap Tivey, Making Light", Gerald Marzorati

The Los Angeles Times, (May 30, 1980) "The Galleries - Tivey" Suzanne Muchnic

The Los Angeles Times, (April 30, 1982) "Gallery Reviews, Tivey", Robert L. Pincus

The New York Times, (May 1997) "Artists at the Customs House",

Glueck, Grace

Vizon (Oct. 1989) "Hap Tivey", Beral Madra

* Chapter ten provides a reasonable description of work from 197 through 1992.