Thomas T. Quinlavin

Born in New York, NY 1957

EDUCATION
C.W. Post College, Long Island University, Greenvale, NY, B.F.A. 1982

ONE PERSON SHOWS

2005- 2006 Bank of America, El Sorbronte,CA
2003- 2004 Bank of America, El Cerrito, CA
1986 Freddie the Dreamer Gallery, New York, NY
1982 Hutchinson Gallery, C.W. Post, L.I.U., Greenvale, NY

SELECTED GROUP SHOWS
1998 The Emeryville Art Exhibition, Emeryville, CA
1997 The Emeryville Art Exhibition, Emeryville, CA
1996 The Emeryville Art Exhibition, Emeryville, CA
1994 Group Show, Chase Manhattan Bank, St. John, USVI
1992 Rooftop Billboard, 2B Gas Station, New York, NY
1991 Two Artists, Dance Theater Workshop, New York, NY
1990 Artists Against War, Art in General, New York, NY
1990 Crozier Fine Arts, New York, NY
1990 Dog Days, Dance Theatre Workshop, New York, NY
1989 Degenerate Art, The World, New York, NY
1989 The Flag Show, Red Zone, New York, NY
1988 Twenty Men Artist, The Tunnel, New York, NY
1988 Uncensored, The Limelight, New York, NY
1987 Quinlavin, Toyo, Estrada, New Amsterdam Brewery, New York, NY
1986 The Rivington School, No Se No, New York, NY
1985 The Pressure Point, Wunsch Arts Center, Glen Cove, NY
1985 Heroin Show, Curated by Art Guerra, The World Club, New York, NY
1985 The A&P, New York, NY
1984 El Pueblo, New York, NY
1984 El Pueblo, New York, NY
1984 301 Houston, New York, NY
1984 301 Houston, New York, NY
1983 S.I.N. Club, New York, NY

MEDIA
1990 Images/Art New York Series, Art New York, Produced and Directed by Bill Page

ART RELATED EXPERIENCE
1990 Costume Design for Trilogy, Dance Space, New York, NY
1989 Set Design for Delta of Venus, Dance Theater Workshop, New York, NY
1989 Curator of Dog Days, Dance Theater Workshop, New York, NY
1987 Curator of Quinlavin, Toyo, Estrada, New Amsterdam Brewery, New York, NY
1983 Curator of S.I.N. Club Gallery, New York, NY

BIBLIOGRAPHY
Jolene Thym, The Oakland Tribune, October 3, 1997
Eileen Smith, Caribbean Travel and Life, January-February 1995
Amei Wallach, "Abstract Power", New York Newsday, February 22, 1985
Robin Noble, The Pioneer, January 20, 1981