Studio Art MFA Food for Thought Lecture Series: Michael O’Malley

Michael O’Malley is a sculptor who, in his own words, “investigates the ‘nature’ of architecture and its everyday objects.”

“Michael O’Malley: CherrydeLosReyes” by Christopher Miles in Artforum International, v. 42, no. 8 (April 2004) reviews O’Malley’s exhibition at CherrydeLosReyes in Los Angeles, suggesting that the work hints at “the metaphysical, the social, and the erotic.” This article abstract was found using WilsonWeb (if  you are off campus, you will have to login to these databases first) and is available in print in Greenfield Library. You can also read it online at Find Articles.

“Michael O’Malley: Southern Exposure, San Francisco”  by Maria Porges in Artforum International, v. 39, no. 1 (September 2000) reviews O’Malley’s installation Top Heavy, a maze of plaster and wire that vaguely resembles a human body. This article abstract was found using WilsonWeb (if  you are off campus, you will have to login to these databases first) and is available in print in Greenfield Library. You can also read it online at Find Articles.

O’Malley will discuss his work this Wednesday, June 22 at 1 pm in Hamilton Hall’s CBS Auditorium.

Detail of Habitat, 2007
Detail of Habitat, 2007
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