Terry Allen
Selected works
Terry Allen<br>
MOMO Lo Mismo<br>  
mixed media<br>  
dimensions variable
Terry Allen<br>
Installation photography<br>
Terry Allen - Ghost Ship Rodez: The Momo Chronicles<br>
10 March - 16 April 2011
Terry Allen<br>
Momo Chronicle IV: Rodez, Volver; Rodez face, 2009<br>
gouache, pastel, color pencil, graphite, press type, spackle, collage elements<br>
28 1/4 x 39 1/4 in. (71.8 x 99.7 cm)
Dugout I & Dugout II: Hold on to the House
Blaffer Museum, Houston, TX 2005
Terry Allen<br> 
Dugout I & Dugout II: Hold on to the house<br>
Blaffer Museum, Univ. of Houston, Houston, TX<br>
16 April - 11 June 2005
Terry Allen<br> 
Dugout I & Dugout II: Hold on to the house<br>
Blaffer Museum, Univ. of Houston, Houston, TX<br>
16 April - 11 June 2005
Dugout I
L.A. Louver, 2004
Terry Allen<br>
Dugout I<br>
Installation photography<br>
Stage 2
Terry Allen<br>
Dugout I<br>
Installation photography<br>
Stage 1
Terry Allen<br>
Dugout I<br>
Installation photography<br>
Stage 3
Dugout II (Hold on to the House)
Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, CA 2004
Terry Allen<br>
Dugout II (Hold on to the house)<br>
Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, CA<br>
Video and installation sculpture, including images from Dugout III Warboy (and the backboard blues)<br>
28 February - 15 May 2004
Terry Allen<br>
Dugout II (Hold on to the house)<br>
Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, CA<br>
Video and installation sculpture, including images from Dugout III Warboy (and the backboard blues)<br>
28 February - 15 May 2004
Terry Allen<br>
Dugout II (Hold on to the house)<br>
Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, CA<br>
Video and installation sculpture, including images from Dugout III Warboy (and the backboard blues)<br>
28 February - 15 May 2004
Dugout III Warboy (and the backboard blues), 2005
REDCAT, Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater, Los Angeles, CA
Terry Allen<br>
DUGOUT III: Warboy (and the Backboard Blues)<br>
at the State Theater Company<br>
Austin, TX<br>
January 2004<br><br>

 L.A. Theatre Works at the Skirball Cultural Center Los Angeles, CA and recorded for L.A. Theatre Works' weekly National Public Radio show 'The Play's The Thing.' <br>
Starring Jo Harvey Allen with Terry Allen, Lloyd Maines and Richard Bowden<br>
3, 4, 5 March & two performances 7 March 2004<br>
<br>
Dugout III was performed in at the State Theater Company in Austin, TX<br>
January 2004
Terry Allen<br>
DUGOUT III: Warboy (and the Backboard Blues)<br>
at the State Theater Company<br>
Austin, TX<br>
January 2004 <br><br>

L.A. Theatre Works at the Skirball Cultural Center Los Angeles, CA and recorded for L.A. Theatre Works' weekly National Public Radio show 'The Play's The Thing.' <br>
Starring Jo Harvey Allen with Terry Allen, Lloyd Maines and Richard Bowden<br>
3, 4, 5 March & two performances 7 March 2004<br>
<br>
Dugout III was performed in at the State Theater Company in Austin, TX<br>
January 2004
Terry Allen<br>
DUGOUT III: Warboy (and the Backboard Blues)<br>
at the State Theater Company<br>
Austin, TX<br>
January 2004 <br><br>

L.A. Theatre Works at the Skirball Cultural Center Los Angeles, CA and recorded for L.A. Theatre Works' weekly National Public Radio show 'The Play's The Thing.' <br>
Starring Jo Harvey Allen with Terry Allen, Lloyd Maines and Richard Bowden<br>
3, 4, 5 March & two performances 7 March 2004<br>
<br>
Dugout III was performed in at the State Theater Company in Austin, TX<br>
January 2004
Youth in Asia
Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, NC, 1992
Traveled
Terry Allen<br>
The Country Song, 1987<br>
mixed media construction<br>
54 x 74 x 20 in (137.2 x 187.9 x 50.8 cm)
Terry Allen<br>
The Prisoner Song, 1984<br>
mixed media on lead<br>
46 1/2 x 46 1/2 in (118.1 x 118.1 cm)<br>
Collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Terry Allen<br>
Youth in Asia, 1992<br>
Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, NC; <br>
traveled to: Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Fort Worth, TX; <br>
1993, Newport Harbor Museum, Newport Beach, CA, and <br>
The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, HI
China Night
Fresno Art Center and Museum, CA, 1985
Traveled
Terry Allen<br>
China Night, 1985<br>
Fresno Art Center and Museum, Fresno, CA, <br>
traveled to; University Fine Arts Gallery, Tallahassee, FL<br>
Collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA
Terry Allen<br>
China Night, 1985<br>
Fresno Art Center and Museum, Fresno, CA, <br>
traveled to; University Fine Arts Gallery, Tallahassee, FL<br>
Collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA
Terry Allen<br>
China Night, 1985<br>
Fresno Art Center and Museum, Fresno, CA, <br>
traveled to; University Fine Arts Gallery, Tallahassee, FL<br>
Collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA
Commissions
Terry Allen<br>
Road Angel, 2016<br>
bronze with audio and light<br>
65 x 181 x 81 1/2 in<br>
Installation view<br>
The Contemporary Austin – Betty and Edward Marcus Sculpture Park at Laguna Gloria, Austin, Texas, 2016. Commissioned by The Contemporary Austin with funds provided by the Edward and Betty Marcus Foundation. Image © The Contemporary Austin. Photograph by Brian Fitzsimmons.
Terry Allen<br>
Road Angel, 2016<br>
bronze with audio and light<br>
65 x 181 x 81 1/2 in<br>
Installation view<br>
The Contemporary Austin – Betty and Edward Marcus Sculpture Park at Laguna Gloria, Austin, Texas, 2016. Commissioned by The Contemporary Austin with funds provided by the Edward and Betty Marcus Foundation. Image © The Contemporary Austin. Photograph by Brian Fitzsimmons.
Terry Allen<br>
Road Angel, 2016<br>
bronze with audio and light<br>
65 x 181 x 81 1/2 in<br>
Installation view<br>
The Contemporary Austin – Betty and Edward Marcus Sculpture Park at Laguna Gloria, Austin, Texas, 2016. Commissioned by The Contemporary Austin with funds provided by the Edward and Betty Marcus Foundation. Image © The Contemporary Austin. Photograph by Brian Fitzsimmons.
Scioto Lounge, 2013-2014
Terry Allen<br>
Scioto Lounge, 2013-2014<br>
Three unique bronze sculptures<br>
Columbus, Ohio<br>
Photo courtesy of The Columbus Foundation
Terry Allen<br>
Scioto Lounge, 2013-2014<br>
Three unique bronze sculptures<br>
Columbus, Ohio<br>
Photo courtesy of The Columbus Foundation
Terry Allen<br>
Scioto Lounge, 2013-2014<br>
Three unique bronze sculptures<br>
Columbus, Ohio<br>
Photo courtesy of The Columbus Foundation
Other public commissions
Terry Allen<br>
Corporate Head, 1991<br>
Commission for Poet's Walk, Citicorp Center, Los Angeles, CA <br>
unique bronze<br>
68 x 35 x 28 in (172.72 x 88.9 x 71.12 cm)
Terry Allen<br>
Shaking Man, 1993<br>
Yerba Buena Center, San Francisco, CA
Terry Allen<br>
Modern Communication, 1993<br>
New Communication Plaza, Kansas City, MO
Terry Allen<br>
Notre Denver, 1994<br>
Commission for Denver International Airport, Baggage Claim area, Denver, CO<br>
unique bronze<br>
each figure approx 48 x 40 x 18 in (121.9 x 101.6 x 45.7 cm)
Terry Allen<br>
Golden Time, 1995<br>
Sony Picture Entertainment, Culver City, CA
Terry Allen<br>
Belief, 1999<br>
Vontz Center for Molecular Studies<br>
University of Cincinnatti, Cincinnati, OH
Terry Allen<br>
Liquid Assets, 1999<br>
Sterling Software, Dallas, TX
Terry Allen<br>
Countree Music, 1999<br>
George Bush International Airport, Houston, TX
Terry Allen<br>
The Book(secret), 2001<br>
Morton/Donnelley Trust, Los Angeles, CA
Terry Allen<br>
Bookman (Read Reader), 2003<br>
Texas Tech University<br>
New Student Union/Library Walkway, Lubbock, TX
Terry Allen<br>
Wish, 2003 - 2004<br>
Commission for Dallas Ft Worth Airport<br>
New Terminal South Ticket Hall, Dallas, Texas<br>
unique bronze<br>
30' x 15' x 3' (9.14 x 4.57 x 0.91 m)
Bio

1943 Born, Wichita, KS
Lives and works in Santa Fe, NM

Education:
1966 BFA Chouinard Art Institute, Los Angeles, CA

selected biography

Photo: Paul O'Connor
Selected L.A. Louver exhibitions
12 Sep 2007 - 6 Oct 2007
4 Mar 2004 - 10 Apr 2004
6 Dec 1997 - 15 Feb 1997
Selected museum exhibitions
Ohio State University, Urban Arts Space
Columbus, OH
25 Sep 2014 - 8 Nov 2015
Museum of Contemporary Art
Los Angeles, CA
2 Oct 2011 - 13 Feb 2012
Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art
Winston-Salem, NC
31 Oct 1992 - 24 Jan 1993
Fresno Art Center and Museum
Fresno, CA
1 Jan 1985 - 1 Feb 1985
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Artist website
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