Detail, 2015, by Nicole Katano

1957 School of Architecture, London
1959 Drian Gallery, London
1960 Drian Gallery, London
1962 Grabowski Gallery, London
1963 Manchester City Art Gallery, England
1964 Grabowski Gallery, London
1966 Grosvenor Gallery, London
1967 Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol, England
1968 Grosvenor Gallery, London
1971 William Sawyer Gallery, San Francisco
1973 San Jose State University Art Gallery, California
1974 Quay Gallery, San Francisco
           St. Mary’s College, Moraga, California
1976 Braunstein/Quay Gallery, San Francisco
           Dootson/Calderhead Gallery, Seattle
           University of Nevada, Las Vegas
1977 Sculpture Now, New York
1978 Sculpture Now, New York
1979 Max Hutchinson Gallery, Houston
           Braunstein/Quay Gallery, San Francisco
1981 Max Hutchinson Gallery, New York, Catalogue
1982 California State University at Stanislaus
           “Brian Wall: Retrospective,” Seattle Art Museum, Washington, Catalogue
1983 “Brian Wall: Retrospective,” San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Catalogue
           John Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco
1987 Simon Lowinsky Gallery, New York
1992 Francis Graham-Dixon Gallery, London
1995 “Brian Wall: Lyrical Steel,” Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, University of Nebraska, Catalogue
           Jernigan Wicker Fine Arts, San Francisco
1998 Simon Lowinsky Gallery, New York
1999 Jernigan Wicker Fine Arts, San Francisco, Catalogue
           Flowers East, London
2002 Flowers West, Santa Monica, Catalogue
2005 455 Market Gallery, San Francisco
2006 Flowers East, London
           Hackett-Freedman Gallery, San Francisco
2008 Flowers Gallery, New York
2011 Flowers Central, London
           Hackett | Mill, San Francisco
2015 “Brian Wall: Squaring the Circle,” de Saisset Museum, Santa Clara University, Catalogue


1958 “Contemporary British Sculpture,” Arts Council, London
1960 “Benjamin, Tilson, Wall,” AIA Gallery, London
           “Purchases and Acquisitions for 1959,” Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney
1961 Second Paris Bienniale, Musee d’Art Moderne, Paris
           Sixth Congress I.U.A., South Bank, London
           “6 painters, 2 sculptors: Anthony Benjamin, Peter Blake, Oliver Bradbury, Peter Hobbs, John Hoskin, Robert Law, Brian Wall, Brian Young,” Rawinsky Gallery, London
1962 “Joven Escultura Inglesa,” Gallery Ateneo, Madrid and Museum of Modern Art, Bilbao
           “Contemporary British Sculpture,” Arts Council, London
London Group, London
1963 “British Art Today,” San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Museum of Contemporary Art, Dallas; Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, California
118, Kasmin Gallery, London,
1964 “The London Group Jubilee,” Tate Gallery, London
1965 “Sculpture of the Sixties,” Tate Gallery, London
1966 “Fifty Years of Sculpture,” Grosvenor Gallery, London
           “Sculpture in the Open Air,” Greater London Council, Battersea Park, London, Catalogue
1968 “New British Sculpture and Painting,” Organized by Whitechapel Art Gallery for UC Galleries: University Art Museum, Berkeley, California; Portland Art Museum, Oregon; Vancouver Art Gallery, British Columbia; Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston. Catalogue
           “British Sculpture and Painting, Collection of the Leicestershire Education Authority”, from the Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, Catalogue
           “Contemporary Arts Fair,” Strozzi Palace, Florence, Catalogue
           Exhibition of British Sculpture, Coventry Cathedral, England, Catalogue
           “New British Sculpture,” Arnolfini gallery, Bristol, England, Catalogue
           Open Air Sculpture, Festival of London
           “Sculpture in a City,” Birmingham, Liverpool, and Southampton, England, Catalogue
1969 “Open Air Sculpture,” Scottish Arts Council, Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Dundee, Catalogue
1970 Holland Park Sculpture Exhibition, London
           “British Sculpture Out of the Sixties,” Institute of Contemporary Art, London, Catalogue
1972 “British Sculptors ’72,” Royal Academy of Arts, London, Catalogue
1974 “Serra, Wall, Zecher,” San Francisco Art Institute, Catalogue
           “Sixteen West Coast Artists,” Galerie Allen, Vancouver, British Columbia
           “Public Sculpture/Urban Environment,” Oakland Museum, California, Catalogue
1976 “Bay Area Sculpture Retrospective,” James Willis Gallery, San Francisco
           “20 American Sculptors,” University of Texas, Dallas,
1977 “Inaugural Exhibition,” Max Hutchinson Gallery, Houston
           “A Silver Jubilee Exhibition of Contemporary British Sculpture,” Battersea Park, London
           “Outdoor Sculpture,” City of Palo Alto, California
1979 “Aspects of Abstract,” Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, California, Catalogue
1980 “Sculpture in California 1975–80,” San Diego Museum of Art, California, Catalogue
           “Eleventh International Sculpture Conference,” Washington, D.C., Catalogue
1981 “Polychrome,” Hansen Fuller Goldeen Gallery, San Francisco
           “British Sculpture in the Twentieth Century, Symbol and Imagination 1951-1980,”
Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, Book
           “Shidoni’s Sixth Annual Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition,” Shidoni Foundry and Gallery, Tesuque,
New Mexico
           “Sculpture Now: Contemporary American Sculpture,” Park West Gallery, Southfield, Michigan
1982 John Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco
           “Forgotten Dimension: A Survey of Small Sculpture in California,” Fresno Arts Center,
California, Traveling through 1984, Catalogue
           “One Hundred Years of California Sculpture,” Oakland Museum, California, Catalogue
           “Twelfth International Sculpture Conference,” Oakland, California
1983 “The Planar Dimension: Geometric Abstraction by Bay Area Artist,” Civic Arts Gallery,
Walnut Creek, California
1985 “St. Ives: 1939 – 64,” Tate Gallery, London, Catalogue
1986 “40th Annual San Francisco Arts Commission Festival,” Civic Center Plaza, San Francisco
           “Sculpture and Works in Relief,” John Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco
1987 “New Acquisitions,” John Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco
           “Sculpture Fields,” Max Hutchinson Gallery, Kenoza Lake, New York
           “The Ethnic Idea,” Berkeley Art Center, Berkeley
Faculty Drawing Show, Worth Ryder Gallery, U.C. Berkeley
1988 “Bay Area Sculpture: Metal, Stone and Wood,” Palo Alto Cultural Center, Palo Alto
           “Post-War British Abstract Art,” Austin/Desmond Fine Art, London
1989 Art Against AIDS/San Francisco, Butterfield & Butterfield, San Francisco
Faculty Show, Worth Ryder Art Gallery, U.C. Berkeley
1992 “Wagner, Wall, Wareham,” Pacific Rim Sculpture Group, Contract Design Center,
San Francisco
           “Annesley, Levy, Twyford, Wall,” Tallberg Taylor Gallery, Greenwich, England
1994 “The Constructed Space: Painting, Sculpture and Verse Commemorating the Poet W.S.
Graham,” The Mansion House, Ilkley, England, Catalogue
           “16 California Artists: Selection from San Francisco Bay Area,” Galerie Sho, Tokyo
           “Bell, Benjamin, Wall,” Isis Gallery, Leigh-on-Sea, England, Catalogue
1995 “Abstract British Art: Sculpture,” Flowers East, London
1996 “Abstract British Art: Drawings,” Flowers East, London
1997 U.C. Berkeley Art Faculty, President’s House, Berkeley
1998 “Navy Pier Sculpture Exhibition,” Chicago
1999 Flowers West, Santa Monica, California
2000 Flowers West, Santa Monica, California
2001 “After Trewyn,” Belgrave Gallery, London and St. Ives, Cornwall
2002 Flowers East, London
2003 Flowers West, Santa Monica, California
           “Transition: British Art in the 50’s,” Barbican Gallery, London, Catalogue
2004 “Small-Scale Sculpture: Movement and Form,” Hackett-Freedman Gallery, San Francisco
           “Trevor Bell Retrospective: Influences,” Tate Gallery, St. Ives, Cornwall
2005 “Thirty-Fifth Anniversary Exhibition,” Flowers Central, London
2007 “The Passionate Gesture,” Hackett-Freedman Gallery, San Francisco
2008 “British Abstract Art: 1950–1985,” Portland Gallery, London, Catalogue
2009 “Synchronies: Undercurrents in Postwar European and American Abstraction,” Hackett I Mill,
San Francisco
           “The Sculpture Show,” The Biscuit Factory, London
           “Unfinished Business: Mark Wilsher,” Henry Moore Institute, CHELSEA Space, London, Catalogue
           “Post War and St. Ives,” Paisnel Gallery, London, Catalogue
2010 “Modern Masters: Selection of Works by Gallery Artists,” Flowers Central, London
2011 “In honor of Brian Wall’s 80th Birthday,” Tate Gallery, London
           “Pissed Elegance,” Stephen Cohen Gallery, Los Angeles
2012 “Sculptor’s Drawings,” Pangolin Gallery, London, Catalogue
           “Concrete Parallels,” Centro Brasileiro Britanico Gallery, Brazil, Catalogue
           “British Sculpture: Anthony Caro, Phillip King, Denis Mitchell, Eduardo Paolozzi, Michael Sandle,
Brian Wall,” Flowers Central, London
2013 “Defying Gravity: The Subject of Space,” Hackett | Mill, The Armory Show, New York
2016 “The Best of Decades: Painting and Sculpture of the 1960s from the Collection,” Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, Dublin
2017 “21 to Watch,” Bivins Gallery, Dallas
           “Sculpture in the Sixties,” Pangolin, London, Catalogue
           “City Sculpture Projects 1972,” Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
           “Drawings, Prints, and Graphic Works by Sculptors,” Alpha 137 Gallery, New York
           “Modern Art and St Ives: Construction in Painting and Sculpture after 1950,” Tate St Ives
2018 “Collective Vision,” Bivins Gallery, Dallas
2019 “A Life with Art: Gifts from Dwight and Sue Emanuelson,” Columbia Museum of Art, South

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