Kim Dorland



(Wain­wright, Alberta, Canada, 1974) Vive y trabaja en Toronto. Pintura de paisaje en estado puro. Kim Dorland traslada su caballete a la profundidad del bosque canadiense para retratar la cultura popular de su país, dónde las fuerzas de la naturaleza son tan reales como el Yeti.


(Wain­wright, Alberta, Canada, 1974) Lives and work in Toronto. Pure lanscape painting. Kim Dorland moves himself to the depth of the Canadian Wood to portray his own popular coulture, where the natural forces can be as real as a Yeti.

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2014 (forth­com­ing) Con­tem­po­rary Cal­gary (book)
(forth­com­ing) Angell Gallery, Toronto
Kim Dor­land (solo booth) Volta NY, New York
2013 You are Here: Kim Dor­land and the Return to Paint­ing, McMichael Cana­dian Art Col­lec­tion, Klein­berg, ON
Ghosts of You and Me, Mike Weiss Gallery, New York, NY
2012 I’m an Adult Now, Angell Gallery, Toronto, Ontario
Unex­pected Beauty, Gal­le­ria Bianca, Palermo, Italy
2011 Art Toronto, Angell Gallery, Toronto, Ontario
Enter Light, Galerie Divi­sion, Mon­tréal, Quebec
For Lori, Mike Weiss Gallery, New York, NY
Noc­turne, Angell Gallery, Toronto, Ontario
2010 New Mate­r­ial, Mike Weiss Gallery, New York, NY
1991, Mark Moore Gallery, Santa Mon­ica, CA
Kim Dor­land, Mark Moore Gallery, PULSE Con­tem­po­rary Art Fair, New York, NY
2009 Cana­dian Con­tent, Skew Gallery, Cal­gary, Alberta
Kim Dor­land, Bonelli Arte­Con­tem­po­ranea, Man­tova, Italy
Super! Nat­ural!, Freight + Vol­ume, New York, NY
Kim Dor­land, Mark Moore Gallery, Santa Mon­ica, CA
Her, Parisian Laun­dry, Mon­tréal, Québec
2008 4 Por­traits and a Land­scape, Angell Gallery, Toronto
North, Freight + Vol­ume, New York, NY (Catalogue)
2007 Some­where in the Neigh­bor­hood, Bonelli Con­tem­po­rary, Los Ange­les, CA
About a Girl, Angell Gallery, Toronto, Ontario
Over the Fence, Skew Gallery, Cal­gary, Alberta
Kim Dor­land, Cen­tro Cutu­rale Cascina Grande, Roz­zano, Italy (Curated by Maria Chiara Valacchi)
2006 The Edge of Town, Kasia Kay Art Projects, Chicago, IL
Kim Dor­land, Angell Gallery, Toronto, Ontario
Into the Woods, Con­tem­po­ranea­mente, Milan, Italy (Catalogue)
2005 Kim Dor­land, SKEW Gallery, Cal­gary, Alberta
dou­ble­take, Angell Gallery, Toronto, Ontario
2004 Paint­ings of Desire, Angell Gallery, Toronto, Ontario
2003 Over­load, Kather­ine Mul­herin Con­tem­po­rary Art Projects, Toronto, Ontario
2002 exquis­itenorth, Luft Gallery, Toronto, Ontario
Sun Of The Golden West, 1080BUS Gallery, Toronto, Ontario
2001 It Looks Like Art, West Wing Gallery, Toronto, Ontario




2014 I <3 Paint (curated by Kim Dor­land), Angell Gallery, Toronto
Land­scape, Megumi Ogita Gallery Show­case, Tokyo
2013 More Than Two (Let It Make Itself), The Power Plant Con­tem­po­rary Art Gallery, Toronto, Ontario (catalogue)
The Paint­ing Project, Galerie de l’UQAM, Mon­treal, Quebec
True North, Har­bourfront Cen­tre, Toronto, Ontario
2012 It Hap­pened in the Woods, Hans Alf Gallery, Copen­hagen, Denmark
Oppenheimer@20, Ner­man Museum of Con­tem­po­rary Art, Kansas City, KS (catalogue)
60 Painters, Hum­ber Arts and Media Stu­dios, Hum­ber Col­lege, Toronto, Ontario
Eileen S. Kamin­sky Fam­ily Foun­da­tion New Acqui­si­tions and Prints, Mana Con­tem­po­rary, Jer­sey City, NJ
The Tree: Form and Sub­stance, McMichael Cana­dian Art Col­lec­tion, Klein­burg, Ontario
Ide­al­iz­ing the Imag­i­nary: Illu­sion and Inven­tion in Con­tem­po­rary Paint­ing, Oak­land Uni­ver­sity Art Gallery, Rochester, MI
 2011 Oye Chica!, The Mis­sion Projects, Chicago, Il
Eileen S. Kamin­sky Fam­ily Foun­da­tion, Jer­sey City, NJ
Paper A-Z, Sue Scott Gallery, New York, NY
OPEN, Mark Moore Gallery, Cul­ver City, CA
2010 Pein­ture Extreme, Galerie Divi­sion, Mon­tréal, Québec
Reflex­ive Self, Mike Weiss Gallery, New York, NY
Nat­ural Ren­di­tions, Marl­bor­ough Chelsea, New York, NY
2009 Holy Destruc­tion, Galerie Polad-Hardouin, Paris (Catalogue)
SUBSTANTIAL RESOURCES, Art Gallery of Sud­bury, Sud­bury, Ontario
Home, West­port Arts Cen­ter, West­port, CT
Giv­ing Face: Por­traits for a New Gen­er­a­tion (Curated by Stephen Heighton), Nicholas Robin­son Gallery, New York, NY
2008 Carte Blanche Vol­ume 2: Paint­ing, Museum of Con­tem­po­rary Cana­dian Art, Toronto, Ontario
Peo­ple, Jim Kemp­ner Fine Art, New York, NY
2007 Rear/View, Freight + Vol­ume, New York, NY (Curated by Eric Shiner)
Out Behind the Shed, Richard A. and Rissa W. Gross­man Gallery, Lafayette Col­lege, Eas­ton, PA
RBC Cana­dian Paint­ing Com­pe­ti­tion Exhi­bi­tion, Ontario Col­lege of Art and Design, Toronto; Galerie d’art Louise-et-Reuben-Cohen, Uni­ver­sité de Monc­ton; MacLaren Art Cen­tre, Bar­rie; Win­nipeg Art Gallery; Emily Carr Insti­tute Art + Design, Vancouver
Gary Gold­stein, Jenny Dub­nau, Kim Dor­land and Sally Heller, Jim Kemp­ner Fine Art, New York, NY
Oil Spill: New Paint­ings in Ontario, SAW Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario
Sum­mer Group Show, Bonelli Con­tem­po­rary, Los Ange­les, CA
Notions of Wilder­ness, Kasia Kay Art Projects, Chicago, IL
2006 RBC Cana­dian Paint­ing Com­pe­ti­tion Exhi­bi­tion, Museum of Con­tem­po­rary Cana­dian Art, Toronto; Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery, Kitch­ener, Ont.; Musée d’art con­tem­po­rain de Mon­tréal, Mon­tréal; Art Gallery of Cal­gary, Cal­gary; Con­tem­po­rary Art Gallery, Van­cou­ver, BC
3 Painters, Howard House, Seat­tle, WA
The Daily Con­sti­tu­tional, Kim Dor­land, Bruce Wil­helm, ADA Gallery, Rich­mond, VA
Impression/Ism: Con­tem­po­rary Impres­sions, City of Brea Art Gallery, Brea, CA (Catalogue)
2005 You don’t want to miss that shit: Con­tem­po­rary painters at the Glad­stone Hotel  (Curated by Katharine Mul­herin), Glad­stone Hotel, Toronto, Ontario
Blame Canada, Har­vey Levine Gallery, Los Ange­les, CA
2004 Best of BUS: Vol­ume 1, Katharine Mul­herin Con­tem­po­rary Art Projects, Toronto, Ontario
Lit­tle Stabs at Hap­pi­ness, Clint Roenisch Gallery, Toronto, Ontario


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