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Verbena, side stream environmental design bed, Railtown Studios green roof,

Vancouver, 23 July, 2012 Gordon Brent Ingram

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solo exhibitions

·1999. Vistas | Traces, Tongue Box Café, Vancouver, 10 large colour photographs.

·1992. Transmigrasi: Speed and Politics, Pacific Cinematheque, Vancouver, 5 black and white photographs and 5 colour photographs.

·1991. Gardens of Despair: Tuareg responses to desertification, Aïr Mountains, Niger / Jardins De Désespoir: Réaction des Tuaregs devant l’expansion du désert, montagne de l’Aïr, Niger, Royal Institute of British Architects Gallery, London, 12 colour photographs and 24 black and white photographs, 12 drawings plus text. August and September 1991.


Andrew Palmer, Staging the self – Photography / Andrew Palmer on the civilised delights of Cindy Sherman and the desperate lives of the Tuareg. The Independent (London UK) 16 August, 1991: 17.

Kent, Sarah. `Gardens of Despair.’ (London) Time Out (London) (September 11-18, 1991) 1099: 42.

·1983. edziza trip / crossing cold streams, Xchanges Gallery, Victoria, Canada, 30 black and white photographs with text, February 1983.

·1982. edziza trip / crossing cold streams, Prince George Art Gallery, Prince George, Canada, 30 black and white photographs plus text, documentation of the Spatsizi and Edziza wilderness parks of north-western British Columbia, July 1982.

group exhibitions

·2010. ‘roof’ included in the exhibition, ‘Produce Produce: Re-Examining Urban Sustainability’, Arnica Artist-Run Centre, Kamloops, British Columbia, September and October, 2010. 11 colour digital inkjet prints 11 inches by 14 inches, 4 green roof pegs from Vancouver approximately 9 inches by 9 inches by 24 inches, and a 52 page hand-bound paper book 4 1/4 inches by 5 1/2 inches.

·1994. From Other Places Foto Base Gallery, Vancouver, curated by Anne Rosenberg, 4 large colour photographs.

·1994. Pushing the portrait – Part I, & Pushing the portrait – Part II Foto Base Gallery, Vancouver, curated by Anne Rosenberg, 5 large colour photographs with multiple exposures.

·1994. The Constructed Image, Foto Base Gallery, Vancouver, 3 colour photographs. curated by Anne Rosenberg.

·1994. Queer Space, The Storefront Center for Art and Architecture, Soho, New York (including Ingram’s 13 colour photographs, 11 drawings, and text in a larger project ‘Open’ Space with Martha Judge) curated by Beatriz Colomina, Dennis Dollens, Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick, Cindi Patton, Henry Urbach and Mark Wigley.


·Manifestos: Queer Space, New York, Storefront Art and Architecture, June, 1994. 254 pp.

·Queer Space, New York, Storefront Art and Architecture, (broadside), 4 large newsprint pages.


·Herbert Muschamp, Architecture View, Designing a framework for diversity, The New York Times, Sunday, June 19, 1994, Sunday Arts Section page 32 (full page).

·Liz Kotz, Queer Spaces, World Art (New York) November 1994.

·Connie Butler, Queer Space, Art+Text (New York) (September 1994) 49: 83 – 84.

·Ann C. Sullivan, Design Community Celebrates Gay Rights, Architecture (August 1994): 24 – 25.

·Philip Arcidi, Defining gay design, Progressive Architecture (August 1994): 36.

·1983. Introductions, Heller Gallery, University of California, Berkeley, 4 black and white photographs.

·1981. Mainstream Exiles, Goodman Building Gallery, San Francisco, 2 large montage pieces with black and white photographs.

·1979. A Group Show of Lesbian and Gay Imagery in Celebration of Gay Pride Week, San Francisco State University Gallery, San Francisco, California, 1 black and white photograph.