VIDEO SHOWS/SCREENINGS

2010

“Day Is Done (Extracurricular Activity Projective Reconstructions #2-#32),” Push and Pull Exhibition, MUMOK Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien, Vienna.

“The Crème Filled Palace, or It Melts in your Mind Not in Your Mouth,” Galerie 1m3, Luasanne, Switzerland.

“A Voyage of Growth and Discovery,” REDCAT Theater, Los Angeles, California.

 

2009

“Fresh Acconci” and “Heidi,” Universidad Distrital Facultad De Artes ASAB, Bogotá, Colombia.

“Day Is Done (Extracurricular Activity Projective Reconstructions #2-#32),” Performance Screening Programme, BIOS, Athens, Greece.

“Fresh Acconci” (with Paul McCarthy), Performance Screening Programme, BIOS, Athens, Greece.

 

2008

“Day Is Done (Extracurricular Activity Projective Reconstructions #2-#32),” 7 Dudley Cinema at SPONTO Gallery, Venice, California.

“Day Is Done (Extracurricular Activity Projective Reconstructions #2-#32),” Pleasure Dome, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

“One More, With Feeling,” Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, Australia.

“Day Is Done (Extracurricular Activity Projective Reconstructions #2-#32),” Time-Based Art Festival, Portland Institute of Contemporary Art, Portland, Oregon.

“Fresh Acconci” (with Paul McCarthy), The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, Toronto, Canada. Part of the screening, “Am I Repeating Yourself?”

 

2007

“Fresh Acconci” (with Paul McCarthy), Daniel Hug Gallery, Los Angeles, California.

“Day Is Done (Extracurricular Activity Projective Reconstructions #2-#32),” REDCAT Theater, Los Angeles, California.

 

2006

“Alex Bag, Mike Kelley, Richard Hoeck & John Miller,” Babylon Kino, Berlin, Germany.

“Vidéo et Aprés” series. Centre Pompidou, Cinéma 1, Paris, France. Mar 6 2006.

“Rose Hobart II,” Babylon Kino, Berlin, Germany. Organized by Galerie Christian Nagel.

“Day Is Done (Extracurricular Activity Projective Reconstructions #2-#32),” New York Underground Film Festival, New York, New York.

 

2004

New York Video Festival, New York, New York.

“DIA and EAI at DIA: Chelsea,” Dia: Chelsea Bookshop, New York, New York.

 

2001

“New Video at EAI: A One Day Exhibition,” Electronic Arts Intermix, New York, New York. In Conjunction with Chelsea Art Walk.

“Mike Kelley, New Video,” Dia Bookshop, New York, New York.

 

2000

“Videos by Mike Kelley,” Filmuseum, Munich, Germany.

 

1996

“Re-Read,” AC Project Room, New York, New York.

 

1995

“World Wide Video Festival,” The Hague, The Netherlands. Exh. cat.

 

1993

“Mike Kelley et Tony Oursler,” Centre d’Art Contemporain, Geneva, Switzerland.

 

1992

“Videos by and with Mike Kelley,” Institute of Contemporary Art, London, England; Galerie nationale du Jeu de Paume, Paris, France; Kunsthalle, Basel, Switzerland; Walcheturm, Zurich, Switzerland; Kunsthalle, Vienna, Austria.

“American Videos,” Stadelschule, Frankfurt, Germany. Sponsored by 7.0.7. and Portikus.

 

1991

“1991 Whitney Biennial Exhibition” (with Ericka Beckman), Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, New York.

“My Life and Media,” Broadway Cinema, Cologne, Germany.

 

1990

“New Works, First Runs” (with Ericka Beckman), The Kitchen, New York, New York.

 

1989

“An Evening with Ericka Beckman and Mike Kelley,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, California.

“Mike Kelley—Post Renaissance Man,” Pacific Film Archive, University Art Museum, University of California, Berkeley.

 

1987

“Kappa” (with Bruce and Norman Yonemoto), Saxon-Lee Gallery, Los Angeles, California.

“1987 Biennial Exhibition” (with Bruce and Norman Yonemoto), Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, New York.

 

1986

“Kappa” (with Bruce and Norman Yonemoto), Baskerville + Watson Gallery, New York, New York.

“The Fairy Tale: Politics, Desire, and Everyday Life” (with Bruce and Norman Yonemoto), Artists Space, New York, New York.

 

1985

“Signal Approach,” The Funnel, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Exh. booklet.

 

1984

“Performance On/And Video,” Hallwalls, Buffalo, New York.

“Video Pool,” Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

 

1983

“Head Hunters,” Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles, California.

“WordWorks,” Minneapolis College of Art and Design and Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota.