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Malcolm Morley is a British visual artist who was born in 1931. Malcolm Morley has had numerous gallery and museum exhibitions, including at the Museum Frieder Burda and at the Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology. Numerous works by the artist have been sold at auction, including 'Cristoforo Colombo' sold at Sotheby's London 'Contemporary Art Evening Auction' in 2008 for $1,000,376. There have been Numerous articles about Malcolm Morley, including 'Don't Stop, Just Paint' written by Peter Plagens for The Wall Street Journal in 2012.
 
 
 

Auction Results

Works at auction, latest auction results, sales and prices of Malcolm Morley from auction houses worldwide.

Malcolm Morley, Little Bit of Blueside
oil and graphite...
Little Bit of Blueside
Lot 79
Christie's New York
Malcolm Morley, Two Horseman
Etching
Two Horseman
Lot 185
Ro Gallery
Malcolm Morley, Untitled
lithograph in colors
Untitled
Lot 440
Christie's New York
Malcolm Morley, UNTITLED (KITES & CLOUDS)
watercolor on paper
UNTITLED (KITES & CLOUDS)
Lot 347
Sotheby's New York
 

Selected Events

Exhibitions, openings, art fairs, auctions and other events for Malcolm Morley around the world.

Still Life: 1970s Photorealism - Nassau County Museum of Art
USA / Roslyn : Exhibition
Nassau County Museum of Art
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Latest News & Articles

In The Press: Latest news, articles and reviews about Malcolm Morley from leading publications worldwide.

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Rebuilding Subliminal Models: the work of Malcolm Morley
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Malcolm Morley’s paintings share a connection with Pop...
Loss That Lingers, in Memory and Place
New York Times / Carol Vogel
Human behavior isn’t the French conceptual artist Sophie...
 
 
Selected Solo Exhibitions
2013
Malcolm Morley, Xavier Hufkens, Belgium, Brussels
Malcolm Morley at the Ashmolean: Paintings and Drawings from the Hall Collection, Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology, UK, Oxford
2012
Malcolm Morley: Another Way to Make an Image, Monotypes, Sue Scott Gallery, USA, Lower East Side
Malcolm Morley in a Nutshell: The Fine Art of Painting 1954-2012 , Sperone Westwater, USA, Lower East Side
Malcolm Morley: Painting, Paper, Process, The Parrish Art Museum, USA, Southampton
2010
Malcolm Morley: Seven Paintings, Xavier Hufkens, Belgium, Brussels
2009
Malcolm Morley, Sperone Westwater, USA, Lower East Side
2008
Model Warplanes: A Print Series By Malcolm Morley, Harnett Print Study Center, University of Richmond Museums, USA, Richmond
Model Warplanes: A Print Series by Malcolm Morley, Joel and Lila Harnett Museum of Art, University of Richmond Museums, USA, Richmond
Selected Group Exhibitions
2014
Forty Years of the Collection - Ten Years of the Museum, Museum Frieder Burda, Germany, Baden-baden
Still Life: 1970s Photorealism, Nassau County Museum of Art, USA, Roslyn
2013
Textures: The Written Word in Contemporary Art, ACA Galleries, USA, Chelsea
2012
Mix/Remix, Luhring Augustine, Chelsea, USA, Chelsea
Malerei der 80er Jahre, Sprüth Magers Berlin, Germany, Berlin
About Face, ACME, USA, West Beverly
2011
Perfect Man II, White Columns, USA, Greenwich Village
2010
Your History is not Our History, Haunch of Venison, New York, USA, Midtown
Law of the Jungle, Lehmann Maupin, 26th Street, USA, Chelsea
American Visions: Changing Viewpoints, Orlando Museum of Art, USA, Orlando
2009
Picturing America: Photorealism in the 1970s, Deutsche Bank KunstHalle, Germany, Mitte
Slough, David Nolan, USA, Chelsea
Slough, David Nolan, USA, Chelsea
A Tribute To Ron Warren, Mary Boone Gallery, (24th Street), USA, Chelsea
2006
Collector's Choice III Audacity in Art: Selected Works from Central Florida Collections, One Eye Pug, USA, Chelsea
 
 
 
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