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Léonie Guyer: form in the realm of, CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco, CA, October 18-December 15, 2018. Curated by Anthony Huberman. With a limited edition multiple created for the Wattis.

A group show, Seven Places of the Mind, fused space / Jessica Silverman Gallery, San Francisco, CA, October 11, 2018-January 25, 2019. Curated by Margaret Tedesco. Artists include: Rebecca Bollinger, Ajit Chauhan, Catherine Fairbanks, Nicki Green, Léonie Guyer, Maggie Preston, Billy White (NAID), David Zuttermeister, Claudia La Rocco.

Flower(s) in Concrete: Léonie Guyer / Wayne Smith / Lynne Woods Turner, Fourteen30 Contemporary, Portland, OR, March 11-April 21, 2018

Included in Way Bay, The UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, January 17-June 3, 2018. Way Bay is organized by Director and Chief Curator Lawrence Rinder, Film Curator Kathy Geritz, and Engagement Associate David Wilson. The exhibition explores the creative energies that have emerged from the San Francisco Bay Area over the past two hundred years.

RTS Talks­: Johnny Bicos and Léonie Guyer, November 6, 2017, Real Time & Space, Oakland, CA.

A one person exhibition, Léonie Guyer, at odium fati in San Francisco, September 18-October 16, 2016. The project is comprised of two permanent works and a limited edition publication. odium fati is a curatorial project by Benjamin Ashlock & Diego Villalobos.

A musical performance by Phillip Greenlief, in response to new permanent works by Léonie Guyer at odium fati. October 15 at 4pm.

Included in a group exhibition, Berkeley Eye: Perspectives on the Collection, The UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, July 13-December 11, 2016.

Norma Cole / Léonie Guyer / Wayne Smith : time silence and the sky, [ 2nd Floor Projects ], San Francisco, CA. A limited edition chapbook by Steve Dickison accompanies the exhibition. November 9, 2014 through January 18, 2015.

A one person exhibition, Night walks on night at Greg Kucera Gallery in Seattle, August 22 through September 28, 2013.

Included in a group exhibition, I Want That Inside Me at Feature Inc. in New York, June 13 through August 2, 2013.

Included in a group exhibition, Traces and Accumulations at Traywick Contemporary in Berkeley, June 9 through August 17, 2013.

A one person exhibition of drawings, with a poetry reading by Franck André Jamme, was presented at Rover Dig in Cambridge, MA, October 14 through December 31, 2012. Rover Dig brings together artists and writers for small exhibitions and readings in residential rooms. Special thanks to Foundation for Contemporary Arts for their support of this project.

Included in a group exhibition, Drawing a Line in the Sand at Peter Blum Gallery in New York, February 2 through March 31, 2012.

Included in a group exhibition, Connected: Ben Berlow, Mel Bernstine, Léonie Guyer, Bobbie Oliver, Sherman Sam, in conjunction with Anonymous Tantra Paintings at Feature Inc. in New York, January 7 through February 12, 2012.

Included in a group exhibition, Interior Margins, at the Lumber Room, Portland, OR, November 12 through January 30, 2012.

A one person exhibition was presented at littlebigspace Albany, CA, October 22 through November 8, 2011.

The drawing Untitled, MHK-3, 2008, recently entered the permanent collection of the Berkeley Art Museum.

Not an Exit, poems by Bill Berkson, drawings by Léonie Guyer, was published by Jungle Garden Press, Fairfax, California in 2011. A limited edition of fifty letterpress books, Not an Exit contains eight prints made from a suite of drawings.

ABSTRACT: Léonie Guyer, Ruth Laskey, and Lynne Woods Turner, Douglas F. Cooley Memorial Art Gallery, Reed College, Portland, OR, September 4 - December 5, 2010. A catalog accompanied the exhibition, with essays by exhibition curator Stephanie Snyder and Lawrence Rinder, Director, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, and a visual poem by Tantric art scholar Franck André Jamme.

Léonie Guyer was invited to the Lumber Room in Portland, OR, as the inaugural artist-in-residence, and commissioned to make a permanent painting/drawing installation. Constellation was completed during the residency in May, 2010.

Mantra Box, poetry by Franck André Jamme, drawings by Léonie Guyer, was published by Festina Lente, Paris in 2009. A limited edition of twenty-four letterpress books, each book contains one original drawing from a suite of twenty-four drawings.

Gift, a long-term installation created during a 2006 residency at The Shaker Museum and Library in New Lebanon, NY, continues on view in the historic 1829 Brethren's Workshop at the Mount Lebanon Shaker Village, New Lebanon, NY.

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