RICHARD MALOY

Born in New Zealand in 1977
Lives and works in Auckland, New Zealand

EDUCATION

1995 – 1999 Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major: Sculpture, Elam School of Fine Art, Auckland University, New Zealand
2000 – 2001 Master of Fine Arts, Elam School of Fine Art, Auckland University, New Zealand

EXHIBITIONS

2015
Precarious Balance, Center of Contemporary Art, Christchurch (group)
The Brain, Te Uru, Auckland (group)
Extra Ordinary Everyday, Auckland Art Gallery (group)
Headlands Sculpture on the Gulf, Auckland (group)
Summer Art Show, Ponsonby Central, Auckland (curator)

2014
Conversations, Pearce Gallery, Auckland (solo)
The social life of things, Auckland Art Gallery, Auckland (group)
As Many Structures As I Can: Works from the Chartwell Collection, The Dowse Art Museum, Wellington (group)

2013
All the things I did, Starkwhite, Auckland (Solo)
Freedom Farmers, Auckland Art Gallery (group)
Tree Hut, Starkwhite, Auckland (solo)
Hazewinkel/ Maloy, Breeze block Shop 10, Sydney (with Andrew Hazewinkle)

2012
Asia Pacific Triennial, Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, Australian (group)
Raw Workings, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland (solo)
Made Active: works from the Chartwell Collection, Auckland Art Gallery, New Zealand (group)
Never Mind the Pollocks, Paul Nache Gallery, Gisborne, St Paul St Gallery, Auckland (group)

2011
Art in Public Space, SCAPE Biennial, Christchurch, New Zealand (group)
Catching Trucks, Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne, Australia (group)
Toi Aotearoa: Works from the Collection, Auckland Art Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (group)
Thinking Through the Body, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (with Christian Jankowski, Sriwhana Spong) Drift of Summer, RM Gallery and Projects, Auckland, New Zealand (group)
Auckland Art Fair, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (group)
Nature Videos, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (with Boyd Webb, Christian Jankowski)

2010
Attempts, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (solo)
Ready to Roll, City Gallery Wellington, New Zealand (group)
Summer Open House, Headlands Center of the Arts, San Francisco, USA (group)
Mille-Fleur, Suter Art Gallery, Nelson, New Zealand (group)
Blue Planet, Christchurch Art Gallery, Christchurch, New Zealand (group)

2009
Raw Attempts, ARTSPACE, Auckland, New Zealand (solo)
Nothing Nothing Something, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (solo)
For Keeps: Sampling recent acquisitions, Auckland Art Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (group)
Various Artists, A Window Project, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand, (group)
Collage, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (group)
Waikato Art Awards, Waikato Museum of Art and History, Hamilton, New Zealand (group)
Collage, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (group)
Auckland Art Fair, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (group)
Gallery Artists, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (group)

2008
Yellow Grotto Raw Material, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (solo)
New Work Old Work: Video works 1998-2008, New Zealand Film Archive, Auckland, New Zealand (solo)
Yellow Grotto, Physics Room, Christchurch, New Zealand (solo)
Current08, River Beats Arts Festival, Sydney, Australia (group)
Existence: Life according to Art, Waikato Museum of Art and History, Hamilton, New Zealand (group)
New Photography, Gallery9, Sydney, Australia (group)
Waikato Art Awards, Waikato Museum of Art and History, Hamilton, New Zealand (group)

2007
Duo, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (with Ani O’Neill)
Mirror Poles, Sue Crockord Gallery Projects, Auckland, New Zealand (solo)
Auckland Art Fair, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (group)
Multiples Cabinet, City Gallery Wellington, New Zealand (group)
Kissing Booth Touching Cage, Michael Lett, Auckland, New Zealand (Commission for art party, one night)

2006
Snow Balls and Jam Spoon, Square2 City Gallery Wellington and View Finder NZ Film Archive, New Zealand (solo)
Next Wave Arts Festival, Melbourne, Australia (group)
Summer Days, Auckland Art Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (group)
Accommodate, St. Paul Street Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (group)
Mobile Phone Project, Blue Oyster Gallery, Dunedin, New Zealand (group)
Small Works, Art Department, Auckland (group)
Melbourne Art Fair, Sue Crockford Gallery, Melbourne, Australia (group)
Group Show, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (group)

2005
Constructions, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (solo)
World Famous in New Zealand, Canberra Contemporary Art Space, Canberra, Australia (group)
Remember New Zealand, ARTSPACE, Auckland, New Zealand (group)
Possible Worlds, 64zero Gallery, Christchurch, New Zealand (group)
Up and Coming: works form the collection, Wallace Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (group)
Club Foot, Hawker Street, Wellington, New Zealand
Wallace Art Awards, Wallace Trust Gallery, Auckland New Zealand (group)

2004
Tree Hut, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (solo)
28 Compositions, View Finder Film Archive, Auckland, New Zealand (solo)
Remember New Zealand, Sao Paulo Biennial, Sao Paulo, Brazil (group)
Duets, Ramp Gallery, Hamilton, New Zealand (group)
Cats and Dogs: works from the collection, Auckland Art Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (group)
History Now, Te Tui the Mark, Auckland, New Zealand (group)
National Drawing Award, ARTSPACE, Auckland, Physics Room, Christchurch, New Zealand (group)

2003
Seals on the Rocks, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (solo)
New Work, AKO3 Arts Festival, Auckland, New Zealand (group)
Waikato Art Awards, Waikato Museum of Art and History, Hamilton, New Zealand (group)
Gallery Artists, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (group)

2002
Wedding Dress Project, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (in collaboration with Karen Walker)
Wedding Dress Project, Auckland Art Gallery Window, Auckland, New Zealand (in collaboration with Karen Walker)
The Future of Auckland, ARTSPACE, Auckland, New Zealand (group)
Video, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland New Zealand (group)
Flora and Fauna, RM 401, Auckland, New Zealand (group)
Fertilizer, High Street Project, Christchurch, New Zealand (with Kate Newby, Jeremy O'Sullivan)
White, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (group)

2001
Blue Dog, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (Solo)
24.0.7, Light Box Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (one day show)
Bloom, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (group)
Summer, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (group)
Off White, George Fraser Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (group)
Heroes, Light Box Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (group)
911, Elam School of Fine Arts Sculpture Show, Auckland, New Zealand (group)
Wallace Art Awards, Auckland Art Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (group)

2000
Bush, Light Box Gallery, Auckland New Zealand
Third Floor, Elam Sculpture Show, Queen Street, Auckland, New Zealand (group)
Wallace Art Awards, Wallace Trust Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (group)

1999
SHOW, Elam Sculpture Show, Sunday School Building, Auckland, New Zealand (group)

1998
Slide Show, Elam Sculpture Show, George Courts Building, Auckland New Zealand (group)

AWARDS & RESIDENCIES

New Work Grant, Creative New Zealand, 2013
Fulbright Wallace Award, artist residency, Headlands Center of the Arts, San Francisco, USA, 2010
Artist residency, Artspace, Sydney, Australia, 2008
Professional Development Grant, Creative New Zealand, 2007
New Work Grant, Creative New Zealand, 2006
 
COLLECTIONS

Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki, Auckland, New Zealand
Chartwell Collection, Auckland, New Zealand
Wallace Arts Trust, Auckland, New Zealand
Price Waterhouse Coopers, Auckland, New Zealand
 
COMMISIONS / PROJECTS

Yellow or Blue?, Museum of Modern Art, Brisbane, 2012
Tree Hut, Colenso BBDO, Auckland, New Zealand, 2010
Tree Hut, Woollaston Estate, Nelson, New Zealand, 2008
Kissing Booth Touching Cage, ARTSPACE, Auckland, New Zealand, 2004 (commission for art party, one night)
Kissing Booth, Michael Lett, Auckland, New Zealand, 2004 (Commission for art party, one night)

BIOGRAPHY

Andera Bell, Asia Pacific Triennial 7, 2013, (exhibtion catalogue, text, illustrated pg. 158-159 )
Christopher Braddock, Performing Contagious Bodies Ritual Participation in Contemporary Art, 'The force of Impoteniality: Richard Maloy and Bruce Nauman' (p 129 -151), Published Palgrave MacMillan, London, 2013 (book,illustrated)
Emma Bugden, Raw Attempts, ARTSPACE, 2009 (exhibition text, online, illustrated, print)
Emma Bugden (editor), Volume 2, ARTSPACE, 2012 (illustrations only pg. 1-4)
Andrew Clifford, Andrew Cliford: Finds a feast for the senses at the APT in Brisbane, New Zealand Hearld, 2013
Hamish Coney, Two New Zealand Photographers, CONTENT, ART+OBJECT, issue 2, 2014
Natasha Conland (editor), Made Active, 2012 (illustration only, exhibtion publication)
Natasha Conland, Fat Test, Sue Crockford Gallery, 2008 (exhibition text, online, illustrated)
Rhoda Flower, History Now, Te Tuhi the Mark, 2004 (exhibition publication, illustrated)
Frances Frangenheim, Richard Maloy, MAP Magazine, 2013 (print, illustrated)
Lynn Freeman, Richard Maloy: Big Yellow, National Radio New Zealand, 2012 (radion interview)
Lynn Freeman, Richard Maloy’s Recent Fulbright Residency, National Radio New Zealand, 2010 (radio interview)
Alexis Grant, Tree Hut Nurtures the Child Within, New Zealand Herald, 2004 (article, illustrated)
Isabelle Genoux, Big Yellow makes an impact at the Asia Pacific Triennnial in Brisbane, Radio Australia, 2013 (Radio interview)
Edward Hanfling,Problems Confronted Paintings Turned Inside Out, Art New Zealand, pg. 28 -39, 2012 (essay illustrated)
John Hurrell, Maloy Revisits Art School, Eye Contact, 2013 (review, online, illustrated)
John Hurrell, To be used in Evidence, Eye Contact, 2012 (review, online, illustrated)
John Hurrell, Thinking about the Body, Eye Contact, 2011 (review, online, illustrated)
John Hurrell, Earlyish Video Works, Eye Contact, 2011 (review, online, illustrated)
John Hurrell, Groping for Retinal Satisfaction and Meaning, Eye Contact, 2010 (review, online, illustrated)
John Hurrell, Maloy/ Patterson/ Steyerl, Eye Contact, 2009 (review, online, illustrated)
John Hurrell, An Excremental Vision, Eye Contact, 2009 (review, online, illustrated)
John Hurrell, Cholesterol-laden Paintings, Eye Contact, 2008 (online review, illustrated)
Chante Inglis, Constructions, Sue Crockford Gallery, 2005 (exhibition publication, illustrated, online)
Reuben Keehan (editor), Column 3, Artspace Sydney, 2009 (illustrations only pg.107 -121)
Amita Kippalani, Catching Trucks, Gertrude Contemporary, 2012 (exhibition publication, illustrated)
M.J.Kjarr, Accommodate, St Paul St Gallery, 2006 (exhibition publication)
Tessa Laird, Duo, Sue Crockford Gallery, 2007 (exhibition text, online, illustrated)
T .J. McNamara, Big Reputations Go on the Lines, New Zealand Herald, 2010 (review, illustrated)
T. J. McNamara, Works Dull or Delight as Tradition Revisited, New Zealand Herald, 2010 (Review)
T. J. McNamara, Mythical Creatures in a Modern World, New Zealand Herald, 2009 (Review)
T.J. McNamara, Imagination Goes Back to the Beginning, New Zealand Herald, 2008 (review, illustrated)
T.J McNamara, Childhood Games and Stamps of Approval, New Zealand Herald, 2005 (review, illustrated)
T. J. McNamara, Photos without the Camera, New Zealand Herald, 2003 (Review)
T.J. McNamara, Between a Rock and a Soft Place, The New Zealand Herald, 2002 (review, illustrated)
T.J. McNamara, Strange Beauty in Sordid Snaps, New Zealand Herald, 2001 (review, illustrated)
Micheal Ned Holte, Never Not Working, Sue Crockford Gallery, 2012 (exhibition publication, print)
Nicole McCuaig (director), Art without Boarders, Channel Ten Australia (producer), 2013 (documentary)
Franklin Melendez, Richard Maloy Take 1, Sue Crockford Gallery, 2010 (exhibition text, online, illustrated)
Kate Montgomery, SCAPE VOL 1&2, SCAPE Biennial, 2012 (text, illustrated)
Orangias & Fields (editors), Public Communication: Performing Knowledge of the Body, SUPLEX, USA , 2015 (Pg.60 -65)
Lucy Orbell, Ever-Changing Sculpture, National Radio, 2010 (radio interview)
Martin Patrick, Jankowski /Maloy/Spong , Sue Crockford Gallery, 2011 (exhibition text, online, illustrated)
Martin Patrick, Try and Try Again, Broad Sheet Contemporary visual art + culture, Vol. 3, 2010 (essay, illustrated)
Louise Poppelwell, Richard Maloy + Karen Walker, 2003 (artist publication, illustrated)
Felicity Reid, Artist Heads to US, Nor-West News, 2009 (cover article, illustrated)
Kimberly Rothwell, Chairman of the Cardboard, Dominion Post, 2010 (article, illustrated)
Allan Smith, Purveyor of Tradition, Sue Crockford Gallery,2009 (exhibition publication, illustrated and online)
Sriwhana Spong, Tree Hut, Sue Crockford Gallery, 2004 (exhibition publication, illustrated and online)
Zara Stanhope, World Famous in New Zealand, Canberra Contemporary Artspace, 2006 (exhibition publication)