Ron Terada – CV

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Ron Terada
b. 1969, Vancouver
Lives and works in Vancouver

Education

  • 1987–1991 Emily Carr College of Art and Design, Vancouver

Selected Solo Exhibitions

  • 2018 Jack and the Jack Paintings: Jack Goldstein and Ron Terada, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada
  • 2017 TL; DR, Catriona Jeffries, Vancouver
  • 2015 Today It’s Me, Tomorrow It’s You, CSA Space, Vancouver
  • 2014 We Will Not Grow Old Together, Project Space, Esker Foundation, Calgary, Canada
    Jack, Catriona Jeffries, Vancouver
  • 2011 Being There, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, USA
    Jack, Catriona Jeffries, Vancouver
    Who I Think I Am, Justina M. Barnicke Gallery, Hart House at University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada
  • 2010 Who I Think I Am, Hayward Gallery Project Space, London, UK; Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff, Canada; Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, UK
  • 2008 Voight-Kampff, Catriona Jeffries, Vancouver
  • 2006 Stay Away From Lonely Places, Ikon Eastside, Birmingham, UK
  • 2005 You Have Left The American Sector, Art Gallery of Windsor, Windsor, Canada
    Catriona Jeffries, Vancouver
  • 2003 Catalogue, Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver
  • 2002 Catriona Jeffries, Vancouver
    Big Toast, Charles H. Scott Gallery, Vancouver
  • 2000 Soundtrack for an Exhibition, Or Gallery, Vancouver
    Soundtrack for an Exhibition, Western Front, Vancouver
  • 1999 Jeopardy Paintings, Catriona Jeffries, Vancouver
    “What’s the Question?”, Real, New York, USA
  • 1998 Present Tense, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada
  • 1997 Grey Paintings, New Gallery, Calgary, Canada
    Grey Paintings, Or Gallery, Vancouver

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • 2019 Political Affairs: Language Is Not Innocent, Kunstverein in Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
    Unexplained Parade, Catriona Jeffries, Vancouver
    The Idea of Place, Audain Art Museum, Whistler, Canada
  • 2018 Serpentine Path, Terminal Creek Contemporary, Bowen Island, Canada
    The Light Fantastic, Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax, Canada
  • 2017 The Time. The Place. Contemporary Art from the Collection, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, USA
    Entangled: Two Views on Contemporary Canadian Painting, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver
    Art School High, Gordon Smith Gallery of Canadian Art, North Vancouver, Canada
  • 2016 Let There Be (More) Light, Jessica Silverman Gallery, San Francisco, USA
    Béton, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria
  • 2015 WOOSH, Griffin Art Projects, North Vancouver, Canada
    War II, MOSTYN, Wales, UK
    Still Life: Looking at the Overlooked, TrépanierBaer, Calgary, Canada
  • 2014 Home Sweet Home. À propos de l’inquiétude, Dazibao, Montreal, Canada
  • 2013 When Attitudes Became Form Become Attitudes, Museum of Contemporary Art, Detroit, USA
  • 2012 Builders: Canadian Biennial 2012, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Canada
    The Unseen, 4th Guangzhou Triennial, Guangzhou, China
    When Attitudes Became Form Become Attitudes, CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco, USA
    Summer Special, Koffler Gallery Off-Site at Honest Ed’s, Toronto, Canada
    Art Histories, VOX Centre de l’image contemporaine, Montreal, Canada
  • 2011 Shore, Forest and Beyond: Art from the Audain Collection, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver
  • 2010 New Canadiana: The Chancellor Richardson Memorial Fund and Art as Social History, Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada
    It Is What It Is: Recent Acquisitions of New Canadian Art, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Canada
    In Print, e-flux reading room, New York, USA
    Act V: Power Alone, Witte De With Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam, the Netherlands
    Route 1: R for Replicant, CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco, USA
    Gallery, Galerie, Galleria, Norma Mangione Gallery, Turin, Italy
  • 2009 Act I: Beautiful from Every Point of View, Witte De With Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam, the Netherlands
    Arena: Road Game, Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, Toronto, Canada
    Loaded, Catriona Jeffries, Vancouver
    Signals in the Dark: Art in the Shadow of War, The Model Satellite, Sligo, Ireland
  • 2008 Tractatus Logico-Catalogicus, VOX Centre de l’image contemporaine, Montreal, Canada
    Wandering Lines: Towards a New Culture of Space, SCAPE: Christchurch Biennial of Art in Public Space, Christchurch, New Zealand
    Signals in the Dark: Art in the Shadow of War, Leonard & Bina Ellen Art Gallery, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada; Blackwood Gallery, Mississauga, Canada
    The Store, Tulips & Roses, Vilnius, Lithuania
  • 2007 Without, Yvon Lambert, Paris, France
    Plan Large, Fonderie Darling, in collaboration with Le Mois de la Photo: Replaying Narrative, Montreal, Canada
    Sobey Art Award Exhibition, Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax, Canada
    FOR SALE, Cristina Guerra Contemporary Art, Lisbon, Portugal
    Words Fail Me, Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, Detroit, USA
    The Idea of North, Isabella Bortolozzi Galerie, Berlin, Germany
    The Monochromatic Field: Works from the Collection, Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, Vancouver
  • 2006 Recent Acquisitions, Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, Montreal, Canada
    The Show Will Be Open When The Show Will Be Closed, Kadist Art Foundation, Paris, France; STORE Gallery and various locations, London, UK
    Paint, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver
    Concrete Language, Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver
    HyperDesign, Shanghai Biennale, Shanghai, China
    Territory, Presentation House Gallery, North Vancouver, Canada; Artspeak, Vancouver
    274 East 1st, Catriona Jeffries, Vancouver
  • 2005 Intertidal: Vancouver Art and Artists, Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst Antwerpen, Antwerp, Belgium
    Monkey Work Coconut: Xu Zhen and Ron Terada, Mercer Union, Toronto, Canada
    General Ideas: Rethinking Conceptual Art 1987-2005, CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco, USA
    Post No Bills, White Columns, New York, USA
    Painting After Poverty, Catriona Jeffries, Vancouver
  • 2004 Baja to Vancouver: The West Coast in Contemporary Art, CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco, USA; Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver; Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, San Diego, USA
    2048 KM, Or Gallery, Vancouver
    Prototype, Carleton University Art Gallery, Ottawa, Canada
    Sign Language, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, USA
    Soundtracks, The Gallery, University of Toronto Scarborough, Scarborough, Canada; MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, Canada
  • 2003 Baja to Vancouver: The West Coast in Contemporary Art, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, USA
    I Sell Security, Catriona Jeffries, Vancouver, Canada
    Seethe, Catriona Jeffries, Vancouver, Canada
    Soundtracks: Re-play, Blackwood Gallery, Toronto, Canada; The Power Plant, Toronto, Canada; Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, Canada
    Peripheries become the center, Prague Biennale, Prague, Czech Republic
    Subscribe: Recent Art in Print, CCS Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, USA
  • 2002 Crack, Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada
    Signage, Catriona Jeffries, Vancouver
  • 2001 Promises, Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver
    Universal Pictures 3.1, Plug In ICA, Winnipeg, Canada
    Universal Pictures 3, Blackwood Gallery, University of Toronto at Mississauga, Mississauga, Canada
    Supernatural Fairytales (Pink Island), Catriona Jeffries, Vancouver
    These Days, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver
    Art>Music: Rock, Pop, Techno, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia
    Talk the Talk, Atelier Gallery, Vancouver
  • 2000 Supersonic Transport, Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, Canada; Netherlands Design Institute, Amsterdam, the Netherlands; Charles H. Scott Gallery, Vancouver
    Message by Eviction: New Art from Vancouver, Illingworth Kerr Gallery, Alberta College of Art and Design, Calgary, Canada
    New Work: Jerry Allen, Ron Terada, Trylowsky Gallery, Vancouver
  • 1999 Recollect, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver
    Universal Pictures II, Monte Clark Gallery, Vancouver
    Universal Pictures: Geoffrey Farmer, Myfanwy MacLeod, Ron Terada, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, for Signs of Life: Melbourne International Biennial, Canadian Pavilion, Melbourne, Australia
    East International, Norwich Gallery, Norwich, UK
    The High Life, Monte Clark Gallery, Vancouver
  • 1998 Masquerade: Lucy Hogg, Tulsa Kinney, and Ron Terada, Mercer Union, Toronto, Canada
    6: New Vancouver Modern, Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, Vancouver
  • 1996 Young Contemporaries, London Regional Art and Historical Museums, London, Canada
  • 1995 Dark Memories Hovering Below the Transparent Screen of the Present will Project Images of Reality in Sharp Silhouette to Create the Pleasurable Effect of a Double World, Marc Foxx Gallery, Santa Monica, USA
    Invitational, Cold City Gallery, Toronto, Canada
    Type-Cast: Ron Terada, Julie Arnold, Steven Shearer, Charles H. Scott Gallery, Vancouver

Monographs

  • 2010 Cliff Lauson, Anne Low, and Tom McDonough, Ron Terada: Who I Think I Am, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, UK; Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff, Canada; Justina M. Barnicke Gallery, Toronto, Canada
  • 2003 Michael Darling, Jens Hoffmann, Reid Shier, and Kelly Wood, Ron Terada, Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver

Books and Exhibition Catalogues

  • 2017 Patrik Andersson, Art School High, Gordon Smith Gallery of Canadian Art, North Vancouver, Canada
    David MacWilliam, ‘Art as Idea as Painting’, in Entangled: Two Views on Contemporary Canadian Painting, Black Dog Publishing, London, UK; Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver
  • 2016 Helga Pakasaar, Woosh, Griffin Art Projects, North Vancouver, Canada
  • 2014 France Choinière, ed., Home Sweet Home, Dazibao, Montreal, Canada
  • 2012 Luis Jacob, ed., Commerce by Artists, Art Metropole, Toronto, Canada
    Robin T. Anthony and Cassandra Cook, eds., The RBC Collection: Selected Works, RBC Collection, Toronto, Canada
  • 2010 Kitty Scott, ‘Ron Terada’, in Creamier: Contemporary Art in Culture, Phaidon, London, UK
    Josée Drouin-Brisebois, ed., It Is What It Is: Recent Acquisitions of New Canadian Art, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Canada
    Xiaoyu Weng, ‘Of This Quiz, I Cannot Guarantee a Univocal Truth’, in Route 1: R for Replicant, CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco, USA
    Adam Carr, ‘A Short History of the Commercial Gallery as a Work of Art’, Gallery Galerie Galleria, Norma Mangione Gallery, Turin, Italy
  • 2008 Anne Low, ‘Designed to provoke an emotional response’, in Anthology of Exhibition Essays 2006/2007, CJ Press, Vancouver
    Klaus Scherübel, Tractatus Logico Catalogicus, VOX Centre de l’image contemporaine, Montreal, Canada
    Jon Bywater, ‘Ron Terada’, in Wandering Lines: Towards a New Culture of Space, SCAPE 2008 Christchurch Biennial, Christchurch, New Zealand
    Boris Groys, et al., Signals in the Dark: Art in the Shadow of War, Blackwood Gallery, Mississauga, Canada, and Justina M. Barnicke Gallery, Toronto, Canada
    Jens Hoffmann, ‘Ron Terada’, in For Sale, Cristina Guerra Contemporary Art, Lisbon, Portugal
  • 2007 Marie Fraser, ed., Replaying Narrative: Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal 2007, Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal, Montreal, Canada
    Helga Pakasaar, ‘Ron Terada’, in Sobey Art Award 2007, ed. Ray Cronin, Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax, Canada
  • 2006 Jenifer Papararo and Christina Ritchie, Concrete Language, Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver
    Jonathan Watkins, ‘Art and Design and Everything Else’, in 6th Shanghai Biennale: HyperDesign, Shanghai Art Museum, Shanghai, China
    Melanie O’Brian and Helga Pakasaar, eds., Territory, Artspeak and Presentation House Gallery, Vancouver
    Germaine Koh, Prototype: Contemporary Art from Joe Friday’s Collection, Carleton University Art Gallery, Ottawa, Canada
  • 2005 Bart De Baere, et al., Intertidal: Vancouver Art and Artists, Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst Antwerpen (MuHKA), Antwerp, Belgium; Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
    Natalie De Vito, ‘Monkey Work Coconut’, exhibition essay, Monkey Work Coconut, Mercer Union, Toronto, Canada
    Matthew Higgs, General Ideas: Rethinking Conceptual Art 1987-2005, CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco, USA
  • 2004 Ralph Rugoff, et al., Baja to Vancouver - The West Coast and Contemporary Art, CCA Wattis Institute, San Francisco, USA; MCA San Diego, San Diego, USA; Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, USA; Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver
    Michael Darling, ‘Sign Language’, exhibition essay, Sign Language, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, USA
  • 2002 Clint Burnham, ‘Cat Fries’, exhibition essay, Signage, Catriona Jeffries, Vancouver
  • 2001 Barbara Fischer, ‘Smoke and Mirrors’, exhibition essay, Universal Pictures 3, Blackwood Gallery, University of Toronto at Mississauga, Mississauga, Canada
    Sue Cramer, ‘Turn Up the Volume: Art into Music’, in Art>Music: Rock, Pop, Techno, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia
  • 2000 Ian M. Thom, Art BC: Masterworks from British Columbia, Vancouver Art Gallery and Douglas & McIntyre, Vancouver
  • 1999 Kitty Scott, ‘What’s the question?’, exhibition essay, What’s the Question?, Real Gallery, New York, USA; Jeopardy Paintings, Catriona Jeffries, Vancouver
    Juliana Engberg, et al., Signs of Life: Melbourne International Biennial 1999, City of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia
  • 1998 Christina Ritchie, ‘Present Tense: Ron Terada’, exhibition essay, Present Tense, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada
    Scott Watson, et al., 6: New Vancouver Modern, Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, Vancouver
  • 1997 Reid Shier, ‘Ron Terada: Grey Paintings’, exhibition essay, Grey Paintings, Or Gallery, Vancouver
    John Armstrong, ‘Masquerade: Lucy Hogg + Tulsa Kinney + Ron Terada’, exhibition essay, Masquerade, Mercer Union, Toronto, Canada
  • 1996 James Patten, London Life Young Contemporaries ’96, London Regional Art and Historical Museums, London, Canada
  • 1995 Greg Bellerby and Lucy Hogg, Type-Cast: Ron Terada, Julie Arnold, Steven Shearer, Charles H. Scott Gallery, Vancouver
  • 1993 Artropolis ’93, Vancouver

Magazines and Periodicals

  • 2019 Peter Gazendam, ‘Ron Terada’s TL; DR’, The Capilano Review 3.37, Winter
  • 2018 Earl Miller, ‘Jack Goldstein and Ron Terada’, Border Crossings, Issue 148
    David Balzer, ‘Jack Goldstein and Ron Terada’, Canadian Art, 10 September
    Bronwyn Beairsto, ‘New Bowen exhibit makes wish list of artists a reality’, Bowen Island Undercurrent, 23 August
    Elke Buhr, ‘9 Highlights der Art Basel’, Monopol Magazin, 17 June
    Alice Bucknell, ‘Existential Anxiety at Art Basel’, Elephant, 15 June
    Christoph Heim, ‘Wie ein Komet vor dem Verglühen’, Basler Zeitung, 13 June
    Nicole Buesing and Heiko Klaas, ‘Courage statt Scheuklappen’, DARE, 13 June Alexander Forbes and Nate Freeman, ‘The 15 Best Booths at Art Basel in Basel’, Artsy, 13 June
    Andrew Goldstein, ‘10 of the Best Artworks at Art Basel 2018’, Artnet News, 13 June
    ‘Ron Terada tells all’, Art Matters Blog, Art Gallery of Ontario, 28 May
    Mollie Cronin, ‘The Light Fantastic’, The Coast, 3 May
    Helen Wong, ‘Contemporary Paintings from Clickbait’, Canadian Art, 3 January
    Clint Burnham, ‘Ron Terada: TL; DR’, espace art actuel, No. 118, Winter
  • 2017 Robin Laurence, ‘Art School High exhibit revels in nostalgia, and darker memories too’, The Georgia Straight, 29 May
  • 2014 Michael Turner, ‘Text-based Public Art Works in Vancouver’, The Capilano Review, Issue 3.23, Spring
  • 2012 ‘Ron Terada: Being There’, Here and Elsewhere online, 10 January
  • 2011 Michael John Harris, ‘Ron Terada’, Frieze, October/November
    Robin Laurence, ‘Ron Terada captures doomed soul’, The Georgia Straight, 8–15 September
    Bill Clarke, ‘Ron Terada’, Modern Painters, April
    Leah Sandals, ‘Soundtrack for an artist’, Toronto Star, 27 January
  • 2010 Aileen Burns, ‘Ron Terada: Who I Think I Am’, Magenta Magazine, Vol. 1, No. 4, Fall
    Amy Fung, ‘Ron Terada Conversation: Painting, Pathos and the Pictures Generation’, Canadian Art online, 3 June
    Barry Schwabsky, ‘Ron Terada, IKON Gallery’, Artforum, Summer
    Kevin Griffin, ‘Creamier rises to the top: Vancouver contributes to top 100 emerging artists’, The Vancouver Sun, 26 May
    Nancy Tousley, ‘Getting to know Jack’, Calgary Herald, 12 May
    Caridad Botella, ‘Morality Act I & II’, Artpulse Magazine, 2 April
    Mark Sheerin, ‘Soundtracks (for an) Exhibition’, The Saatchi Gallery Magazine, 19 March
  • 2009 ‘Ron Terada’, Bad at Sports online, Episode 222, 28 November
    Adam Carr, ‘Trading Places: The Story of Defile’, Ciel Variable, Issue 83, Fall
    Murray Whyte, ‘Stunning Sports Art Tilts to the Profane’, The Toronto Star, 18 April
  • 2008 Andy Weir, ‘Without’, Contemporary, No. 98
    Christopher Mooney, ‘Reviews: Ron Terada’, Art Review, July /August
    ‘Must-Sees: Ron Terada: Urbanity and Unease’, Canadian Art online, 4 June
    Clint Burnham, ‘Critics’ Picks: Ron Terada, Catriona Jeffries’, Artforum, June
    Andrea Carson, ‘Bridging the gap between war’s myth and reality’, The Globe and Mail, 27 February
    Ashley Johnson, ‘“Signals in the Dark”: Reviewing Art in the Shadows of War’, Canadian Art online, 6 March
    Fran Schechter, ‘War shows battle convention: Double exhibit challenges mass media’s sanitized images of war’, Now Toronto, 31 January–7 February
  • 2007 Brian Sholis, ‘Talking about communication’, Detroit Metro Times, 3 October
    Doreen Mende, ‘The Idea of North’, C Magazine, Issue 94, Summer
    Jennifer Allen, ‘The Idea of North: Isabella Bortolozzi’, Artforum, April
    Annika von Taube, ‘Shortcuts: Ron Terada’, Sleek Magazine: Solid/Liquid, Spring
  • 2006 Lee Rodney, ‘Have you left the American sector? Ron Terada’s Adventure in the “City of Roses”’, Fuse magazine, Vol. 29, No. 2
    Cliff Lauson, ‘Ron Terada’, Contemporary, Issue 85, September
    Julia Dault, ‘A room of one’s own’, The National Post, 15 June
    Clint Burnham, ‘Artworks challenge and intrigue’, The Vancouver Sun, 3 June
    Sarah McFadden, ‘Intertidal: Vancouver Art and Artists’, Art Papers, May/June
  • 2005 Terence Dick, ‘Ron Terada/Xu Zhen: Monkey Work Coconut’, Camera Austria, No. 92
    Clint Burnham, ‘Art’s narrative of discovery in 2005’, The Vancouver Sun, 31 December
    Amy O’Brian, ‘Vancouver artists make waves around the world’, The Vancouver Sun, 17 December
    Matthew Higgs, ‘100 Future Greats: Ron Terada’, ArtReview, December
    Rosemary Heather, ‘Censorship Bulletin’, C Magazine, Winter
    Kenneth Baker, ‘Artworks emerge from the rubble of deconstructed memories’, San Francisco Chronicle, 1 October
    Dalson Chen, ‘City orders art removed’, The Windsor Star, 29 September
    Dalson Chen, ‘Artist shrugs off critique’, The Windsor Star, 25 September
    ‘Art and public parks’, The Windsor Star, 22 September
    Donald McArthur, ‘Art sparks controversy’, The Windsor Star, 21 September
    Roseann Danese, ‘Council debates artwork’s merit’, The Windsor Star, 20 September
    Christopher Brayshaw, ‘Wit on the streets’, The Globe and Mail, 27 May
    Tim Carlson, ‘“Free Manure, Bagged!” and other signs of the times’, The Globe and Mail, 20 May
    Trevor Mahovsky, ‘2048 KM’, Artforum, January
  • 2004 Clint Burnham, ‘Aperto Vancouver’, Flash Art, November–December
    William Wood, ‘Offensive’, Public, Issue 28, Winter
    Michael Turner, ‘Not so quiet on the western front’, The Globe and Mail, 14 July
    Ann Rosenberg, ‘Vancouver Contemporaries’, Galleries West, Summer
    Gregory Elgstrand, ‘Ron Terada’, Canadian Art, Summer
    Michael Scott, ‘Separating West Coast dream from reality’, The Vancouver Sun, 5 June
    Robin Laurence, ‘B2V Finds West Coast Context’, The Georgia Straight, 3–10 June
    David Gleeson, ‘Baja to Vancouver’, Canadian Art, Spring
    Deborah Campbell, ‘The New School’, Vancouver Guestlife
  • 2003 Lloyd Dykk, ‘Pride of place in businessofartshow show’, The Vancouver Sun, 6 December
    Glen Helfand, ‘Baja to Vancouver’, Artforum, December
    Robin Laurence, ‘A Catalogue of Illusions’, The Georgia Straight, 13–20 November
    Samir Gandesha, ‘Vancouver, British Columbia’, Art Papers, November/December
    Jeff Jahn, ‘Review; Baja to Vancouver: The West Coast and Contemporary Art’, Modern Painters, Winter
    Sarah Milroy, ‘An artful anger, driven to extremes’, The Globe and Mail, 18 October
    Stephanie Snyder, ‘How five curators mapped the land, life and art of today’s West Coast: SAM’s Lisa Corrin takes Cooley Gallery’s Stephanie Snyder behind the scenes’, Organarts, Issue 7, September/October
    Michael Turner, ‘Wall and Void’, Modern Painters, Summer
    Christopher Brayshaw, ‘Security and Anxiety Post-9/11’, The Georgia Straight, 5–12 June
    Kitty Scott, ‘Reviews’, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art Magazine, Issue 2
  • 2002 Séamus Kealy, ‘Ron Terada’, Canadian Art, Winter
    Melanie O’Brian, ‘Promises: Espousal and Constraint’, Mix, Spring
  • 2001 Kenneth Hayes, ‘Universal Pictures 3 at The Blackwood Gallery’, Mix, Winter
    Jeff Derksen, ‘Thing Culture’, C Magazine, Winter
    Jessica Wyman, ‘Review: Universal Pictures 3’, C Magazine, Winter
    Michael Scott, ‘Gallery lives up to Promises’, The Vancouver Sun, 15–21 November
    Germaine Koh, ‘Give aways: a partial account’, Mix, Vol. 27, No. 2, Fall
    Marina Roy, ‘These Days’, Last Call, Fall
    Trevor Mahovsky, ‘Radical, Bureaucratic, Melancholic, Schizophrenic: Texts as Community’, Canadian Art, Summer
    Douglas Coupland, ‘Critical Mass’, The Globe and Mail, 12 May
    Michael Scott, ‘The writing is on the wall in a playful show at Atelier’, The Vancouver Sun, 29 March–5 April
    Christopher Brayshaw, ‘Artists Weigh Their Words in Strong Show’, The Georgia Straight, 29 March–5 April
    Terence Dick, ‘Pop Art: Tunesmithing in the Work of Ron Terada and Rodney Graham’, Mix, Summer
  • 2000 Christopher Brayshaw, ‘Spotlight: Ron Terada’, Canadian Art, Summer
    Barry Schwabsky, ‘Ron Terada’, artext, No. 69, May–July
  • 1999 Matthew Mallon, ‘Asia Specific: Vancouver hatches plans for a huge new gallery of asian art’, Western Living, December
    Eileen Sommerman, ‘Good and Far’, Canadian Art, Winter
    Keith Wallace, ‘The beauty of rupture: Artists of Asian descent and Canadian identity’, Art Asia Pacific, Winter
    Robin Laurence, ‘Young Artists Cull Pop-Culture Kitsch’, The Georgia Straight, 23 September
    Christopher Brayshaw, ‘Curator’s words undermine cartoon- and TV-inspired work’, The Vancouver Courier, 19 September
    Dave Beech, ‘Reviews: East International and Riverside’, Art Monthly, Issue 9.99, September
    Sarah Milroy, ‘Vancouver painters reach critical mass’, The Globe and Mail, 15 May
    Ashley Crawford, ‘The biennial’s big night’, The Age, 13 May
    Kitty Scott, ‘Cityscape Vancouver: Ron Terada’, Flash Art, May–June
  • 1998 Greg Humeniuk, ‘Ron Terada, Grey Paintings’, Lola, Winter
    Gillian MacKay, ‘AGO show examines the art of the parting shot’, The Globe and Mail, 31 October
    Ken Lum, ‘Six New Vancouver Modern’, Canadian Art, June
    Robin Laurence, ‘Slacker-Generation Artists Take out the Pop-Culture Trash’, The Georgia Straight, 5–12 March
    Sarah Milroy, ‘An eyeful of irony’, The Globe and Mail, 15 February
  • 1997 Marilou Knode, ‘New Vancouver Art: Deliberately Pushy’, art/text, November–January
    Christopher Brayshaw, ‘Monochrome exhibit surprisingly varied’, Vancouver Courier, 5 March
  • 1996 Donald Brackett, ‘Canada’s Rising Art Stars’, The Globe and Mail, 5 October

Public Works

  • 2014 The Unseen, Westbank Corp., 601–627 Main Street, Vancouver
  • 2010 The Words Don’t Fit the Picture, City of Vancouver, Olympic and Paralympic Public Art Program, Legacy Sites, Vancouver

Special Projects

  • 2009 Ron Terada, Cockatoo Island, Bywater Bros. Editions, Toronto, Canada; Or Gallery, Vancouver
  • 2003 Ron Terada, Defile, Art Metropole and YYZ Artists’ Outlet, Toronto, Canada

Residencies

  • 2009 Paul D. Fleck Fellowship, The Banff Centre, Banff, Canada
  • 2004 Canada Council for the Arts International Studio & Curatorial Program, New York, USA

Teaching Appointments

  • 1998-2007 Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design, Vancouver

Awards

  • 2006 Victor Martyn Lynch-Staunton Award, Visual Art, Canada Council for the Arts
  • 2004 VIVA Award, Jack and Doris Shadbolt Foundation for the Visual Arts, Vancouver