- Current History, 2020
- Mobile Home, 2020
- Stand Fast, 2020
- Still Moving, 2020
- Cowardly Lion, 2019
- Melted Ice, 2019
- Open Loop, 2019
- Ourselves Alone, 2019
- Purposeful Accident, 2019
- Taped Live, 2019
- Weekday, 2019
- Academic Fraternity, 2018
- Almost Candid, 2018
- Almost Certain, 2018
- Eternal Life, 2018
- Monopoly, 2018
- Real Magic, 2018
- Single Copy, 2018
- Hard Pillow, 2017
- Another Way Around, 2016
- Cool Passion, 2016
- Definite Maybe, 2016
- Mechanized Painting, 2016
- Serial Killer #6, 2015
- Holy Hell, 2013
Ted Larsen (b. 1964, USA) is an internationally exhibiting artist and Pollock-Krasner Foundation recipient with a BA from Northern Arizona University. The work he creates supply commentary on minimalist belief systems and the ultimate importance of High Art practice. Since 2001, Larsen has used alternative and salvage materials in his studio exercises.
Ted Larsen's work has been exhibited widely in private foundations and museums in the US, including the New Mexico Museum of Art in Santa Fe, The Albuquerque Museum, The Amarillo Museum of Art, The Spiva Center for the Arts in Joplin, Missouri, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art as well as in over 100 gallery exhibitions.
He has received grants from the Surdna Foundation and the Pollock Krasner Foundation, as well as residencies with the Edward F. Albee Foundation and Asilah Arts Festival in Morocco, where he was the selected to be the USA representative. He has guest lectured at The South Carolina Governor's School for the Arts in Greenville, South Carolina; University of Art and Design in Santa Fe, New Mexico; The Palm Springs Art Museum, Palm Springs, California; The New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico; Site Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico; Texas Society of Architects, Dallas, Texas; the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Boulder, Colorado; the Denver Museum of Art, Denver, Colorado.
Larsen has been featured in Flash Art, Whitehot, Ocula Art, Art in American, ArtNews, SouthWest Art, Mountain Living, Architectural Digest, Sculpture Magazine, and Art Gallery International magazines. He has had reviews in The New York Times, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Denver Post, and The Dallas Morning News amongst others. Larsen's work appears in the books Art On The Edge, Biennial Southwest, The Curtain of Trees, New American Paintings, and Millennium Collection. Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) produced an interview with Larsen.
Ted Larsen is included in the collections of The New Mexico Museum of Art, The New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs, The Edward F. Albee Foundation, Proctor & Gamble, The Bolivian Consulate, Reader's Digest, PepsiCo, The University of Miami, The University of Texas, Krasel Art Center, Dreyfus Funds, JP Morgan Chase, Forbes, Lannan Foundation, and Pioneer Hi-Bred, Inc.
TED LARSENEverything You Think Is True 24 Sep - 31 Oct 2020 ONLINEPress Release Galerie Dutko is pleased to present a solo exhibition of recent works by American artist Ted Larsen. Following the announcement of collaboration between the latter and Galerie Dutko, we are delighted to present for the first time in France this atypical work, at the frontiers of sculpture and...
Ocula Art, “The Lowdown: shows to see during Frieze Week,” April 27, 2018, Robert Ayers
Whitehot Magazine, “Dallas Art Fair vs SP-Arte: Texas Tackles Brazil,” April, 2018, Paul Laster
Westword Art, “Shape Shifting with Four Shows at Robischon Gallery,” August 27, 2017, Michael Paglia
Flash Art, Issue 331, February/March, 2017, Ted Larsen, PRIVATEVIEW, Torino (exhibition review), Mattia Solari Nuovasocieta, “Lamiere, Colori, Geometrei: L’astrattismo Empatico Di Ted Larsen,” December 7, 2016, Emanuele
Gazzetta Torino, “The Kaleidoscopic Abstractions of Ted Larsen,” December 3, 2016, Paola Stroppiana
Collezinone da Tiffany, “From Mendrisio to Palerma: 8 Exhibitions to be Seen,” November 5, 2016, Nicola Maggi PRIVATEVIEW PRESS, Ted Larsen, Exhibition Catalogue, November, 2016, Paola Stroppiana
THE Magazine, “Ted Larsen, To Live, Leave It All Behind,” Review of Nuart exhibition, November, 2016, Ann Landi
Art Ltd, May/June, 2015, Vol. 10, No. 3, "Review," Jordan Eddy
L'Officiel, December & January, 2015-16, Number 1001, "Clara Malloy, The Inn of the Anazai," Frederique DeDet Westword Arts, Denver Edition, June 2, 2015, "Getting the Most Out of Minimalism at the Robischon and Rule Galleries,"
Pasatiempo, The Santa Fe New Mexican, January 16, 2015, "Abandonment to Rebirth: Artist Ted Larsen," Michael Abatemarco
Trend Magazine, Fall Issue of 2014, "Trouble with the Curve," Craig Smith
Sculpture Magazine, March, 2014, "Surfaced Forms, Ted Larsen," Scott Rothstein
Westword Arts, Denver Edition, February 20, 2014, "Conceptual Abstraction Runs Through Shows at Robischon and Vertigo,” Michael Paglia
Broad Street Review, December 1, 2013, "Oh Men, Oh Women!," Anne R. Fabbri
THE Magazine, September, 2013, "Critical Reflection," Richard Tobin
Les Eltychev, Les Editions Noir sur Blanc, 2013, Roman Sentchine
Westword Arts, Denver Edition, August 8, 2013, Robischon Fills it Rooms Amid A Flurry of Summer Shows, Michael
Art LTD, July/August, 2013, "Critic's Picks: Denver," Michael Paglia
A Gift from the Heart: The James & Barbara Palmer Collection, Jan Muhlert, Palmer Museum of Art, Pennsylvania StateUniversity, 2012 (forthcoming)
Art LTD, May/June, 2012, "Pulse"
Santa Fean, June/July, 2012 "Ted Larsen, Artists to Watch," Dianna Delling
The New Mexican PasaTiempo Magazine, January 27, 2012, "Art in Review," Michael Abatemarco
The Albuquerque Journal, January 6, 2012, "Falling Festivities," Kate McGraw
Denver Post, August 18, 2011, "Artists Pard Morrison & Ted Larsen Tackle
Geometric Abstraction from Different Angles," Kyle MacMillan
Westward Arts, Denver Edition, July 5, 2011, Staple of Summer Arts Season, Michael Paglia
D Magazine, April, 2011, Front Row Review, Geometric Trio, Peter Simik
Houston Magazine, May, 2011, Heavy Metal, Charlie Bier
PasaTiempo, Santa Fe New Mexican, Art In Review, New Mexico Museum of Art, Douglas A. Fairfield, January 14, 2011 The New York Times, “36 Hours in Santa Fe,” Fred A. Bernstein, May 23, 2010
New American Paintings, No. 90 West Edition, 2010, Open Studio Press, Boston, Massachusetts