Micah Lexier is a Canadian artist now based in New York City. He was born and raised in Winnipeg, educated in Halifax and lived in Toronto. He has participated in numerous international group exhibitions including Speed at the Whitechapel Art Gallery, London and The Time of Our Lives at the New Museum, New York. Lexier's work is in many private, corporate and public collections including The British Museum in London, The Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney and The National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa. He is known for his many public commissions in Toronto, most notably The Hall of Names at The National Trade Centre, the word-ladders at MetroHall and the 17,000 tiles at the Sheppard and Leslie subway station. Upcoming exhibitions include To Be Sorted, opening September 8 at the Contemporary Art Gallery in Vancouver, Now & Then opening October 14 at the Jack Shainman Gallery in New York City, and Lives & Works opening October 20 at Birch Libralato in Toronto.
2005 Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver (brochure)
Jack Shainman Gallery, New York
Birch Libralato Contemporary, Toronto
Plug In ICA, Winnipeg, Manitoba (bus shelter project, website, brochure, catalogue)
Gitte Weise Gallerie, Berlin, Germany
2004 Dazibao, Montreal, Quebec
National Gallery of Canada Library, Ottawa, Ontario (brochure)
Gitte Weise Gallery, Sydney, Australia
2003 Jack Shainman Gallery, New York
Robert Birch Gallery, Toronto, Ontario
Trepanier Baer Gallery, Calgary, Alberta
2002 Gallery 111, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba (CD ROM)
2001 Gitte Weise Gallery, Sydney, Australia
The Toronto Sculpture Garden, Toronto (brochure)
2000 Hallwalls, Buffalo, New York (brochure)
I Space Gallery, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Chicago, Illinois (brochure)
Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario
Robert Birch Gallery, Toronto
1999 Jack Shainman Gallery, New York
Gitte Weise Gallery, Sydney, Australia
Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, Banff, Alberta (traveling exhibition with catalogue)
Trepanier Baer Gallery, Calgary, Alberta
1998 Musee d'art Contemporain de Montreal, Montreal, Quebec (catalogue)
Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan (traveling exhibition with catalogue)
Charles H Scott Gallery, Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design, Vancouver, B.C. (traveling exhibition with catalogue)
Macdonald Stewart Art Centre, Guelph, Ontario (brochure)
Robert Birch Gallery, Toronto, Ontario
Open Studio Gallery, Toronto, Ontario
1997 Trepanier Baer Gallery, Calgary, Alberta
Toronto Photographer's Workshop, Toronto, Ontario (brochure)
1996 Jack Shainman Gallery, New York
St. Mary's University Art Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia (brochure)
1994 Fay Gold Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia
The Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba. (catalogue)
McIntosh Gallery, The University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario (traveling exhibition with catalogue)
Art Gallery of Peterborough, Peterborough, Ontario (brochure)
Artspace, Peterborough, Ontario
The Library & Gallery, Cambridge, Ontario (traveling exhibition with catalogue)
Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery, Owen Sound, Ontario
1993 Art Gallery of Ontario. Toronto, Ontario. (two-person exhibition with catalogue)
Jack Shainman Gallery, New York
Oakvi lle Galleries, Oakville, Ontario. (traveling exhibition with catalogue)
Kamloops Art Gallery, Kamloops, B.C.
Confederation Centre Art Gallery and Museum, Charlottetown, P.E.I. (catalogue)
Open Space, Victoria, B.C. (two-person exhibition)
Open Studio Gallery, Toronto, Ontario
1992 Stride Gallery, Calgary. Alberta (catalogue)
Temiskaming Art Gallery, Haileybury, Ontario
Galerie Brenda Wallace, Montreal, Quebec
Canada House, London, England. (two-person traveling exhibition with catalogue)
Chapter, Cardiff, Wales (two-person traveling exhibition with catalogue)
John Hansard Gallery, University of Southampton (two-person traveling exhibition with catalogue)
1991 Jack Shainman Gallery, New York
Surrey Art Gallery, Surrey, British Columbia (catalogue)
Main Access, Artspace, Winnipeg
1990 Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, Alberta (catalogue)
Hart House, Toronto, Ontario
Galerie Brenda Wallace, Montreal, Quebec
2004 Classified Materials, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, B.C.
Free Sample, curated by Kelly Mark. Mount Saint Vincent University Art Gallery, Halifax, N.S. (catalogue)
Soft passages: Marking 25 Years of Exhibitions at Oakville Galleries . Oakville Galleries, Ontario.
Rendezvous mit Gitte - Volume 5. Gitte Weise Gallery, Sydney, Australia.
18 Illuminations: Contemporary Ar t and Light, curated by Corinna Ghaznavi & Carla Garnet. Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery, Owen Sound, Ontario. (traveling exhibition with catalogue)
Sliding Tense. University of Toronto Art Centre, Toronto.
2004 Open, curated by Richard Torchia and Sandra Firmin. Arcadia University Art Gallery, Glenside, Pennsylvania.
Free Time, curated by Philip Watkins. CAST Gallery, Hobart, Tasmania. (catalogue)
Hidden Histories, curated by Michael Petry. The New Art Gallery Walsall, Walsall, UK. (catalogue)
Identities: Canadian Portraits, curated by Falkner/Finn/Freybe. McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Kleinburg. (catalogue)
Sieben Kunstler der Galerie, Gitte Weise Gallerie, Berlin, Germany.
Evidence of Thirty Years: Seleceted Works from the Collection of Art Metropole. Art Metropole, Toronto.
Chronicles, curated by Monika Raciborski. Robert Birch Gallery, Toronto.
A Charge to Keep. Jack Shainman Gallery, New York.
Worts: Another Dimension. Robert Birch Gallery, Toronto.
Rendezvous mit Gitte - Volume 4. Gitte Weise Gallery, Sydney, Australia.
2003 Containers, curated by Steven Holmes. Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT. (brochure)
Instant Criticism of Illusionism, curated by Jan Allen. Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston, Ontario.
Revealing the Subject, curated by Shannon Anderson. Oakville Galleries, Oakville; WKP Kennedy Gallery, North Bay; Art Gallery of Peterborough; MacLaren Art Centre, Barrie; The Visual Arts Centre of Clarignton, Bowmanville. (catalogue)
Staff Picks: Selections from the Open Studio Archive. Open Studio, Toronto.
Contemporary Art/Recent Acquisitions. Jewish Museum, New York, NY.
Portrait of the Artist as..., Blackwood Gallery, University of Toronto, Mississauga Campus, Ontario.
Rendezvous mit Gitte - Volume 3 , Gitte Weise Gallery, Sydney, Australia.
2002 Size Immaterial, curated by Luke Syson. Castle Museum, Norwich, England.
Body and Absence. Musee d'art contemporain de Montreal, Montreal, Quebec.
Beautiful Stranger, curated by Mitch Robertson. The Physics Room, Christchurch, New Zealand.
Photo Works from the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, Art Gallery of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario.
Reading Without Words: Books As Objects , curated by Robert Windrum. Gallery Stratford, Stratford, Ontario.
365 AIGA Annual Design Exhibition 23. (collaboration with Lisa Naftolin) AIGA National Design Center, New York, NY.
Gallery Hours, curated by Robert Birch. Robert Birch Gallery, Toronto, Ontario.
Hot Picks: 90 Years of Collecting at the Winnipeg Art Gallery. Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Art in the 'Toon Age, curated by April Kingsley. The Kresge Art Museum, Michigan State University, East Lansing.
Les siecles de l'image. Musee d'art de Joliette, Joliette, Quebec.
Social Consciousness in Canadian Art , curated by Milena Placentile. Justina M Barnicke Gallery, Hart House, University of Toronto, Ontario. (brochure)
2001 Making the Making, curated by Charles Goldman. Apex Art, New York, NY. (brochure)
The World According to the Newest and Most Exact Observations, curated by Ian Berry. The Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY. (catalogue)
Bra Joe From Kilimanjaro, curated by Ihor Holubizky. University Art Museum, University of Queensland, Brisbane.
Travels in Time, curated by Samantha Comte. 200 Gertrude Gallery, Melbourne, Australia. (brochure)
2000 Chorus of Light: Photographs from The Sir Elton John Collection. The High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia. (catalogue)
Light X Eight. The Jewish Museum, New York, NY.
Universe, curated by Sheila Lawson. Platform, London, England.
Proposals from Halifax... (Library and Archives Exhibition No.7) curated by Peter Trepanier. National Gallery of Canada.
Simultaneous. Jack Shainman Gallery, New York.
Une experience de l'art du siecle /Living the Art of the Century . Musee d'art de Joliette, Joliette, Quebec. (catalogue)
Tempus Fugit, curated by Linda Jansma. The Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa. (catalogue)
The Perpetual Well: Contemporary Art from the Collection of the Jewish Museum . Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art, University of Florida; Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery and Sculpture Garden, University of Nebraska, Lincoln; Parish Art Museum, South Hampton; Huntington Museum of Art, Huntington, West Virginia. (catalogue)
Box Project: A Museum of Installation Touring Exhibition. Angel Row Gallery, Nottingham; Turnpike Gallery, Manchester; Museum of Installation, London.
1999 The Time of Our Lives, curated by Marcia Tucker. New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York. (catalogue)
Best of the Season , curated by Harry Philbrick. Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT. (brochure)
Out of this Century, curated by Tim Cone. Vancouver Art Gallery, BC.
L'autre en soi, curated by Marie Perrault. Musee regional de Rimouski, Rimouski, Quebec. (brochure)
Les Bouches Ouvertes, curated by Roger Bellemare. La Maison Hamel-Bruneau est Situee, Sainte-Foy, Quebec.
0002 0200 2000 0020, curated by Luc Guillemette. Musee d'art Contemporain de Montreal, Montreal, Quebec
1998 Speed, curated by Jeremy Millar. Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, England. (catalogue)
Speed, curated by Nancy Campbell and Jeremy Millar. Macdonald Stewart Art Centre, Guelph, Ontario.
Dumb, curated by Mathew Jones. Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne, Australia. (brochure)
The Word in Contemporary Canadian Art, curated by Glen Cummings. Art Gallery of North York, Ontario.
Identidades. Encontros da Imagem, Braga, Portugal. (catalogue)
La Donation Maurice Forget. Musee d'art de Joliette, Quebec. (catalogue)
1997 Musee Imaginaire. Museum of Installation, London, England.
Repeated Gestures. Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, B.C.
Notification, curated by Jan Allen. Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston, Ontario.
Here's Looking at Me , curated by Glen Cummings. Art Gallery of North York, Ontario.
Off/Set: Artists Interpreting the Printing Process curated by Patrick Macaulay. York Quay Gallery's "Case Studies"
Curiosity Room. Jack Shainman Gallery, New York, NY.
New Modern Art & Design in the Post-Industrial City. Trepanier Baer Gallery, Calgary, Alberta.
Of Time and Space, curated by Shelly Ross. The St. Paul Companies Gallery, St. Paul, Minnesota.
1996 Containers 96: Art Across Oceans, curated by Louise Dompierre. Copenhagen: Cultural Capitals of Europe project.
Decathlon. Fay Gold Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia.
For Lack of Evidence , curated by Alain Reinaudo and Ginette Legare. Chateau de La Roche-Guyon, France. (catalogue)
Reflections of the Soul: Contemporary Canadian Art, curated by Glen Cummings. Art Gallery of North York, Ontario.
Degrees of Collaboration, curated by Patrick Macaulay. Uncommon Objects windows at York Quay Gallery, Toronto.
Looking Back IV. Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, Alberta.
Reading and Re-reading, curated by Karen White. Oakville Galleries, Oakville, Ontario. (brochure)
Invitational. Cold City Gallery, Toronto, Ontario.
Face. York Quay Gallery, Toronto; Atelier Circulaire , Montreal; The Station Gallery, Whitby.
1995 Das Americas II, curated by Ivo Mesquita. Museu de Arte de Sao Paulo, Brazil. (catalogue)
Fotofeis 95, International Festival of Photography in Scotland . (Bus shelter poster project)
How Red Works, curated by Ihor Holubizky. Art Gallery of Hamilton, Ontario.
30 Seconds + Title, curated by Jill Henderson and Christina Ritchie. Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario.
Fairytale In The Supermarket, curated by Judith Findlay. Scotland Street Museum, Glasgow. (part of Fotofeis 95)
One Year Later, curated by Glen Cummings. Art Gallery of North York, Toronto.
Permanent Collection: A Survey. Oakville Galleries, Oakville, Ontario.
1994 The Body As Measure, curated by Judith Fox. Davis Museum and Cultural Center, Wellesley, Massachusetts. (catalogue)
The Riddle of the Sphinx, curated by Karen Shaw. Islip Art Museum, East Islip, New York.
Alliances: The Family, curated by Justin Wonnacott. Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography, Ottawa, Ontario.
New Acquisitions. Oakville Galleries, Oakville, Ontario.
1993 The Intimate Stranger, curated by Carolyn Bell Farrell. The Gallery/Stratford, Stratford, Ontario. (brochure)
For Lack of Evidence , curated by Alain Reinaudo and Ginette Legare. Mercer Union, Toronto, Ontario. (catalogue)
Visual Evidence, curated by Ingrid Jenkner. Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan. (catalogue)
1992 X Mostra da Gravura, curated by Ivo Mesquita, Museu da Gravura, Cidade de Curitiba, Brazil.
Artedomani - Punti di vista 1992, curated by Sylvie Parent, Spoleto, Italy. (catalogue)
Small Works by Big Artists, Gallery 111, curated by Bob McKaskel, Winnipeg, Manitoba. (brochure)
Signing AIDS, curated by Keith Wallace and Scott Watson, BCE Place, Vancouver. (outdoor pixel board project)
1991 Un-Natural Traces. curated by Carol Brown/Bruce Ferguson, Barbican Art Gallery, London, England.(catalogue)
Parallel Allegories. Museum of Holography, New York.
Graphic Pride. The New School, New York.
A Public Room... Extension Gallery, Toronto (exhibition traveled to the Art Gallery of Northcumberland; Thames Art Gallery, Chatham; Glenhyrst Art Gallery, Brantford; Whitby Arts Inc.; The Library and Gallery,
Cambridge; McLaren Art Centre, Barrie during 1992 & 1993).(catalogue)
An Intimate Connection: Paper & Print , Open Studio, Toronto.
1990 Visions 90. curated by Claude Gosselin, Centre International D'Art Contemporain de Montreal, Montreal.
Numbering, curated by Ihor Holubizky, Art Gallery of Hamilton. (catalogue)
11th British International Print Biennale. Bradford, England and touring 1991. (catalogue)
Artist-In-Residence Show . Interference Hologram Gallery, Toronto.
Dial-A-Sound for AIDS. Plug-In Inc. Winnipeg.
Aurathon. curated by Jennifer McMackon, 1400 Dupont St. Toronto.
Inaugural Exhibition . Extension, Toronto.
1989 Cold City Invitational. Cold City Gallery, Toronto.
Homogenius. Mercer Union, Toronto. (brochure)
Beyond The Document. Forest City Gallery, London, Ontario
1988 Structures of Desire . curated by Elke Town, Gallery 76. Toronto.
Walls on Fire . YYZ Gallery, Toronto.
As Told To: Structures for Conversation. curated by Daina Augatis, Walter Phillips Gallery, The Banff Centre.
1987 Young Contemporaries '87. curated by Marnie Flemming, London Regional Art Gallery, London, Ontario. Exhibition traveled to Calgary, Victoria, Montreal and Fredericton during 1988. (catalogue)
Sound Escape. Grange Park, Toronto. Organized by The Music Gallery, Toronto. (brochure)
1986 Halifax-Auckland Exchange Show. Artwork, Auckland, New Zealand. (catalogue)
Sound Level: An exhibition of Sound Sculptures and Installations . Eye Level Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
25 Young Artists. Or Gallery and Convertible Showroom, Vancouver, B.C. (catalogue)
The Staff Works 2. Anna Leonowens Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
1985 Territories. YYZ Gallery, Toronto, Ontario. (catalogue)
The Mall Show. The Brewery, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
The Staff Works. Anna Leonowens Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Halifax Independent Producers. Halifax Cable Vision Ltd. Channel 10, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
National Educational Film Festival. Oakland California.
1984 Currently Canada: Curated Tapes from Across Canada. Video Culture Canada. Toronto, Ontario.
Screenings & Performances (The Halifax Show). Centre For Art Tapes, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
1983 Appropriation/Expropriation. Mount Saint Vincent Art Gallery. Halifax, Nova Scotia.
The September Program. Center For Art Tapes, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Christian Bok. "Still Counting" Canadian Art, Toronto, Ontario. (Vol.22, No.1) Spring 2005
Robert Enright. "BorderViews: David Redux" BorderCrossings, Winnipeg, Issue No. 95 (Vol.24, No.3) Fall 2004
Adina Popescu. "Micah Lexier: Gitte Weise Gallerie, Berlin" C Magazine, Toronto, Ontario, (Issue #86) Summer 2005
Morely Walkler. "Davids polar opposite of bear exhibit", Winnipeg Free Press, Winnipeg, Manitoba, June 8, 2005
Lorne Roberts. "Polar bears or photographs, public art piques interest", Winnipeg Free Press, Winnipeg, July 28, 2005
Julia Dault. "No Goliaths Here" The National Post, Toronto, Ontario, June 9, 2005
Alison Gillmore. "The Daves I Know" CBC.ca, June 22, 2005
Sean Flinn. "Get Your Free Sample" The Halifax Herald, Halifax, N.S. April 5, 2005
Jerome Delgado. "Espaces Manipules" La Press , Montreal, Quebec. October 21, 2004
Lynne Crevier. "Genese De L'Object" Ici , Montreal, Quebec. October 21-27, 2004
Shelley Boettcher. "Lexier sports award-winning work of art" The Calgary Herald , Calgary, Alberta. January 24, 2004
Thomas Hirschmann. "McMichael gets hip with Identities" Now Magazine, Toronto, Ontario. March 18-24, 2004
Jessi Rymill. "Comma Chameleon" Print Magazine , New York. March/April 2004
Petry, Michael. Hidden Histories. Artmedia Press, London, 2004.
2003 Petry, Michael, Nicola Oxley and Nicolas de Oliveira . Installation Art in the New Millennium. Thames and Hudson, 2003
Julia Dault. "Playful Pieces of Punctuation" At the Galleries, National Post, Toronto. October 9, 2003
Patricia Rosoff. "Containing the World" The Hartford Advocate, Hartford, CT. November 20, 2003
Benjamin Genocchio. "It May be Minimal, but It Challenges the Intellect" The New York Times (CT Edition), Nov. 30, 2003
Matthew Erikson. "When Less is More, Canada Style" Hartford Courant. Hartford, CT. October 10, 2003
Mary Agnes Welch. "Hey, has anybody see Dave lately?" Winnipeg Free Press, Winnipeg. December 14, 2003
Nancy Tousley. "Critic's Pick" Calgary Herald , Calgary. December 4, 2003
Kim Levin. "Voice Choices: Micah Lexier" Village Voice, New York. June 18-24, 2003
James J. Kelly. The Sculptural Idea (Fourth Edition). Waveland Press, Long Grove, Illinois, 2003,pp.176, 181
John Grande. "Site: Toronto's New Sheppard Subway Line Art" Sculpture Magazine, Washington. May 2003
R.M.Vaughan. "What if you had to live here?" Lola, Toronto. Spring 2003
Eric Fredericksen. "Brick by Brick" Architecture Magazine, New York. March 2002
Robyn Peers. "Views of Remoteness" The Press, Christchurch, New Zealand. April 24, 2002
Joyce Mason. "Up Against a Wall" Elle Canada, Toronto. March 2002
Christopher Hume. "Art is the ticket..." Toronto Star, Toronto. November 14, 2002
Julia Dault. "Tunnel Visionaries" National Post, Toronto. November 14, 2002
Micah Lexier. "The End and The Beginning (from the beginning)" Toronto Sculpture Garden brochure. January 2002
Micah Lexier. "A Few of My Favorite Things" Art Libraries Journal, Volume 27, Number 2, March 2002
Sarah Milroy. "The art of brick and mortar" The Globe and Mail, Toronto. November 3, 2001
Alexie Glass. "Time Frames: Micah Lexier, Gitte Weise Gallery" Monument issue 45 December 2001/January 2002
Robert Enright. "Incrementalism: Micah Lexier & the Progress of Time (interview)" BorderCrossings No. 78, Summer
Daphne Gordon. "An Evolving Sculpture: Micah Lexier's new work will change shape" The Toronto Star October 14, 2001
Deirdre Hanna. "Top 20 Artists Since 1981" Now Magazine November 22, 2001
Deirdre Hanna. "Time Trial" Now Magazine November 22, 2001.
R.M. Vaughan. "All treats, no tricks" Eye Magazine October 25, 2001.
Mark Pupo. "Two ways to make 2: Interview with Micah Lexier" Mix Magazine Vol.26 No.4, Spring 2001
Robert Belton. Sights of Resistance: Approaches to Canadian Visual Culture. University of Calgary Press, Calgary, Alberta, 2001, pp. 308-309.
Fred Camper. "Don't Fence Them In" Chicago Reader, Chicago, IL. May 17, 2000.
Gerald Mead. "Time Warp and Vinyl" Artvoice, Buffalo, NY. October 19-25, 2000.
Richard Huntington. "A process of aging, a process of creation at Hallwalls" The Buffalo News, October 23, 2000.
Gary Michael Dault. "Gallery Going: Lexier makes it all add up" The Globe and Mail, Toronto. December 16, 2000.
Joan Murray. Canadian Art in the Twentieth Century . Dundurn Press, Toronto/Oxford, 1999, pp. 218-219.
Hilarie M. Sheets, "Aging Artistically", Newsday, New York. July 23, 1999.
Jennifer Dalton, "The Time of Our Lives" Review Magazine, New York. September 15, 1999.
Marcus O'Donnell, "Micah Lexier: Gitte Weise Gallery". Sydney Star Observer, Sydney, Australia. November 11, 1999.
Mathew Shepherd, "A whimsical approach to mortality", Lennoxville Link , Lennoxville, Quebec. Feb. 9, 1999.
Ange Parkinson, "Artist's work captures time". Summit Up, Banff, Alberta. March 2, 1999.
April Kingsley, "Micah Lexier at Jack Shainman". dART International, Toronto, Ontario Sprint/Summer 1999.
"Weekend Questionnaire: Micah Lexier". The National Post, Toronto. January 23, 1999.
Ihor Holubizky, "Micah Lexier: Life Expectancy", Art/Text, Sydney, Australia. #62, August-October 1, 1998.
Blake Gopnik, "Micah Lexier: Robert Birch", ARTnews, New York. December 1998.
Sarah Tutton, "Dumb". Eyeline 37, Australia. Spring 1998.
Andrew McQualter, "Dumb", Like Art Magazine, Australia. Number Six, Winter/Spring 1997/1998.
Bernard Lamarche, "Moiti vide, mopiti plein", Le Devoir , Montreal. September 6, 1998.
Kyo Maclear, "A Minute of My Time: Micah Lexier", Toronto Life, Toronto. September 1998.
Gary Michael Dault, "Gallery Going: Micah Lexier at The Robert Birch Gallery", The Globe and Mail, Toronto, September 12, 1998.
Blake Gopnik, "A tough-guy artist with soul of a poet", The Globe and Mail, Toronto. July 4, 1998.
Henry Lehmann, "Not a soul around", The Gazette, Montreal. July 4, 1998.
Kim Fullerton, "Sex and Sensibility", Xtra magazine, Toronto. #356 June 18, 1998.
Peter Timms, "Who's the dummy here?", The Age, Melbourne, Australia. April 15, 1998.
Sherri Telenko , "A Division of Oneself", ID Magazine, Guelph. April 9 - 15, 1998.
Jack Anderson, "Artist Knows How To Doodle", The Leader-Post, Regina, Saskatchewan. March 13, 1998.
John Bentley Mays, "Scenes from a life in black and white", The Globe and Mail, Toronto. November 20, 1997.
Gillian MacKay, "Gallery Going: Micah Lexier at Gallery TPW", The Globe and Mail, Toronto. November 22, 1997.
Deirdre Hanna, "Lexier scores with monumental Hall of Names", Now Magazine, Toronto. April 10-16, 1997.
Dr. Katherine Hoffman, Concepts of Identity, Westview Press/Harper Collins, New York 1996, pp. 225-226.
Elissa Barnard, "60 Davids come east" Chronicle-Herald/Mail-Star, Halifax, N.S., February 23, 1996.
Therese Dion, "Danish smorgasbord" The Gazette, Montreal. August 3, 1996.
Gil McElory, "Micah Lexier: Together by Circumstance", Arts Atlantic 56, Fall/Winter 1996.
Robin Metcalfe, "Cross Reference: Dictionary Illustrations in the Art of Micah Lexier" Descant 90, Fall 1995.
Tanya Stephan, "What's In A name?" The List , Scotland, issue 264, October 6-19, 1995.
T.C. Ben Benedict "Rethinking Our Secret Biography" ID Magazine, London, Ontario. March 17, 1994.
Emmanuel Cooper, The Sexual Perspective, Routledge, London & New York, 1994, pp. 330-332.
Roni Feinstein, "Report from Toronto" Art in America, New York, November 1994.
Alison Gillmor, "There's Some David in All of Us", Winnipeg Free Press. February 5, 1994.
Helen A. Harrison, "Life's Riddles and the Clarity of Camera" The New York Times, November 13, 1994.
Peter Legris, "RetroCentre" ARC Number 3, Toronto, Winter 1994/95.
Barbara MacAdam, "Micah Lexier: Jack Shainman" ARTnews, New York. March 1994.
Mathew MacKay, "Micah Lexier: Cross Reference..." Arts Atlantic 50, Charlottetown. Fall 1994.
Lisa Gabrielle Mark, "Micah Lexier: Winnipeg Art Gallery" C Magazine, Toronto. Summer 1994.
Shane D. Nakoneshny, "Perspective '93" Arts Atlantic 49, Charlottetown. Spring/Summer 1994.
Christine Temin, "Wellesley's Body also has a brain" The Boston Globe, September 23, 1994.
Nancy Tousley, "Portrait of a Man" Calgary Herald , August 13, 1994.
Myron Turner, "Micah Portraits" Border Crossings , Winnipeg. Spring 1994.
Mary Sherman, "Body looks at how we measure up" Boston Herald , September 30, 1994.
Annie Molin Vasseur , "For Lack of Evidence" ETC Montreal 25, Montreal. February 15 - May 15, 1994.
Ann Duncan, "Micah Lexier" ARTnews, New York. February 1993.
Brett Grubisic, "Metal meets light" The Martlet, Victoria. January 14, 1993.
Dierdre Hanna, "Micah Lexier Retrospective Taps Universal Themes" Now Magazine, Toronto. September 9, 1993.
Charlotte Jones, "Micah Lexier: Selections from the Synopsis of Categories" Arts Atlantic 47, Charlottetown. Fall 1993.
Sydney Jones, "Imagination Key to Works" The Kamloops Daily News. October 26, 1993.
Margaret Langton, "Hidden Meanings" The Burlington Spectator , Ontario. July 22, 1993.
Gillian MacKay, Fast Forward section, Canadian Art, Toronto. Summer 1993.
John Massier, "Micah Lexier" Extension, Toronto. Winter 1993.
John Bentley Mays, "Flip Sides of the New Narcissism" The Globe and Mail, Toronto. September 18, 1993.
Sylvie Parent, "Micah Lexier: Galerie Brenda Wallace" Parachute 70, Montreal. Spring 1993.
Kate Taylor, "A Question of Identity" The Globe and Mail, Toronto. July 16, 1993.
Sandy Wiseman "Multi-Dimensional Micah at KAG" Kamloops This Week, Kamloops. October 24, 1993.
Stephane Aquin, "Le Nom et la Chose" Voir, Montreal. November 19, 1992.
Emmanuel Cooper, "Andy Fabo and Micah Lexier: Canada House Gallery" Time Out, London, England. February 1992.
Marie-Michele Cron, "Penetrer le vase clos de l'intimite" Le Devoir , Montreal. November 21, 1992.
Joanne Latimer, "On The Dotted Line: Micah Lexier forges new signatures" Montreal Mirror , November 5, 1992.
John Bentley Mays, "Sculptural gems amid a visual calamity" The Globe and Mail, Toronto. October 23, 1992.
Ilari Scamperie, "L'Arte a Spoleto" Esquire, Italy. Giugno 1992.
Linda Genereux, "Micah Lexier, A growing presence in Toronto", The Globe and Mail Art Gallery Showcase. Spring 1991.
Jerry McGrath, "A sense of measure: notes on recent work by Micah Lexier" Parachute 61, Montreal. Jan/Feb/Mar
Randal McIlroy, "Lexier art exhibit uses light to open some lines of inquiry" Winnipeg Free Press . February 16, 1991.
Ann Rosenberg, "Artifacts That Stir Our Spirit", Vancouver Sun. September 28, 1991.
Nancy Campbell, "Micah Lexier/Mercer Union" C Magazine, Toronto. Spring 1990.
Francois Dion , "Au- Del Du Reel" Voir, Montreal. September 20, 1990.
Ann Duncan, "Contemporary artists revel in diversity" The Gazette, Montreal. October 13, 1990.
Claire Gravel, "Prophetiques Visions de 15 artistes de la releve", Le Devoir , Montreal. September 29, 1990.
Claire Gravel, "Deuils, espaces rituels et etats de grece" Le Devoir , Montreal. October 6, 1990.
David Mabell, "Artist Praises Gallery" The Lethbridge Herald . December 28, 1990.
Albert Ka Hing Liu, "Exhibit by Young Talent is Conceptual..." The Newspaper, University of Toronto. Nov. 28, 1990.
John Bentley Mays, "Simple materials express complex experience..." The Globe and Mail, Toronto. December 1, 1989.
Robert Belton, "Beyond The Document: Forest City Gallery" Scene, London, Ontario. March 3, 1989.
Linda Genereux, "Voyaging through the rites of passage" Metropolis , Toronto. November 30, 1989.
Ihor Holubizky, "Genius is No Bed of Roses" ETC Montreal. Winter 1989.
Jeanne Randolf and Bernie Miller, "Structures of Desire" Parachute 54, Montreal. Spring 1989.
Elke Town, "Focus on Micah Lexier" Canadian Art, Toronto. Fall 1989.
Elizabeth Beauchamp, "Art invites participation, active exchange of ideas..." The Edmonton Journal . June 17, 1989.
Patricia Henderson, "Myriad of sense experiences" Canmore Leader. July 21, 1988.
Randal McIlroy, "Gallery show disturbingly funny" Winnipeg Free Press. May 21, 1988.
Nancy Tousley, "Installation traces coming of age" The Calgary Herald. June 16, 1988.
Robert Everett-Green, "Noisy sculpture heard in Toronto parks" The Globe and Mail, Toronto. August 12, 1987.
Jerry McGrath, "Micah Lexier/YYZ" C Magazine, Toronto. Fall 1987.
Robin Metcalfe, "Moving: An Installation by Micah Lexier" Arts Atlantic, Charlottetown. Winter 1987/88.
John Scott, "Micah Lexier, Mr.Caldwell " Vanguard, Vancouver. September/October 1987.
Ingrid Koenig, "Micah Lexier, Anna Leonowens Gallery" Vanguard, Vancouver. February/March 1986.
Kit Lord, "Territories" Arts Atlantic 25, Charlottetown. Spring 1986.
Robin Metcalfe, "Micah Lexier: Two Together" Arts Atlantic 25, Charlottetown. Spring 1986.
ARTIST PROJECTS IN PUBLICATION
"Dual Bi-Cycle Dual" (collaboration with Michael Klein), Midcontinental Vol.1, No.2 (1982)
"Micah from Baba Sarah" Impulse Vol.15, No.4 (Spring 1990)
"Making" Impulse Vol. 16, No.1 (Spring 1991)
"Love Letters" Public 10 (Fall 1994)
"An Artist & Books" Descant 90 - The Book; Twenty-Five Anniversary, Part One - Vol.23, No.3 (Fall 1995)
"A Minute of My Time" Gallery Largeness issue #2 (October 1996)
"if, then." Atopia Journal issue 0.66 (February 2000)
"9, 10, 11" Defile Volume 1 Issue 1 (Spring 2003)
"Group Show 1" samplesize website (launched June 2003)
"Touch Down Drawings" Papotage website, Vol.2. No.1 (launched December 2004)
Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston, Ontario Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, Ontario
Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario
Arthur Andersen, Toronto, Ontario
The Art Gallery of Peterborough, Peterborough, Ontario
Art Metropole, Toronto, Ontario
Astra Zenca, Toronto
The Bailey Collection, Toronto, Ontario
The British Museum, London, England
Burnett, Duckworth & Palmer, Calgary, Alberta
The Canada Council Art Bank, Ottawa, Ontario
Confederation Centre Art Gallery & Museum, Charlottetown, P.E.I.
Corus Entertainment, Toronto, Ontario
DHL International (Sydney, Australia office)
Fasken Martineau, Calgary, Alberta
The Gallery/Stratford, Stratford, Ontario
Hart House, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario
The Jewish Museum, New York, New York
Kamloops Art Gallery, Kamloops, B.C.
The Leonard and Dina Ellen Art Gallery, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec
London Life, London, Ontario
Macdonald Stewart Art Centre, Guelph, Ontario
McCarthy Tetrault, Toronto, Ontario
McMaster Museum of Art, Hamilton, Ontario
McMillian Binch, Toronto, Ontario
Musee d'art de Joliette, Jolliette, Quebec
Musee d'art contemporain de Montreal, Montreal, Quebec
Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia
Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (formerly Art Gallery of North York), Toronto, Ontario
Museum London, London, Ontario
The National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario
Oakville Galleries, Oakville, Ontario
Ogilvy Renault, Toronto
Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt, Toronto, Ontario
The Progressive Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio
The Rand Corporation, Washington, D.C.
The Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa, Ontario
Saks Fifth Avenue, New York, New York
Surrey Art Gallery, Surrey, British Columbia
Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery, Owen Sound, Ontario.
Upper Canada College, Toronto, Ontario
Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, British Columbia
Walter Phillips Gallery, The Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta
W Hotel, Sydney, Australia
Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Hamilton Public Library, Hamilton, Ontario 1990
Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery, Owen Sound, Ontario 1991
Metropolitan Toronto Metro Hall, Toronto, Ontario 1992
Scurfield Hall, University of Calgary, Alberta 1994
Vivian and David Campbell Sculpture Terrace (never installed), Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto 1995
Tory Tory DesLauriers & Binnington, Barristers & Solicitors, Toronto 1995
Whitby Psychiatric Hospital, (collaboration with Regan Morris), Whitby 1996
National Trade Centre, Toronto 1997
Air Canada Centre, Toronto 1999
Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario 1999
Toronto Transit Commission, Sheppard/Leslie Subway Station 2002