Selected Group Exhibitions

2014 "Shift" Selected works, Curated by Heather Marx @ NWBLK, SF,CA.
2013 "San Jose State University Centennial Exhibition" Triton Museum of Art, Santa Clara, CA
"Split Focus" Eleanor Harwood Gallery, San Francisco, CA.
"Smitten" I. Wolk Gallery, ST. Helena, CA
2012 "Napa Artwalk" City of Napa, CA
2011 “Sea Change” Marx & Zavattero, San Francisco, CA
2009 “Concepts & Process in Public Sculpture, Santa Rosa JC, San Rosa, CA
2008 “On Beauty” Cliff Lede Gallery , Napa, CA
2007 Art in the Groves, Orinda, CA
2006 “Paradise Ridge Annual Sculpture Exhibition” Santa Rosa, CA
2002 “Matt Gil and Charles Arnoldi,” 425 Market Street, San Francisco, CA
2001 “The Inaugural Exhibition,” Heather Marx Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2000 “Sculpture Walk,” Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, CA
2000“Group Sculpture Show,” Vitra, San Francisco, CA
1999 “Kinetic Art,” Santa Rosa Junior College, Santa Rosa, CA
1990 “California Aftershock,” K. Kimpton Gallery, San Francisco, CA
“West L.A.…Art Galleries Introduction to Glendale,” 801 North Brand,
Glendale, CA
Chicago International Art Fair, Chicago, IL
“Art Action Energy,” Barnsdale Art Park, Los Angeles, CA
1989 “Looking North,” Gensler and Associates/Architects, Los Angeles, CA
Chicago International Art Fair, Chicago, IL
“Motion Motion Kinetic Art,” Museum of Neon Art, Los Angeles, CA
1988 Chicago International Art Fair, Chicago, IL
1987 “Process/Print,” Richmond Art Center, Richmond, CA
1986 “Holiday Party and Shoebox Show,” The Art Store Gallery, Oakland, CA
Chicago International Art Fair, Chicago, IL
International Contemporary Art Fair, Los Angeles, CA
“Gifts of Art,” New Langton Arts, San Francisco, CA
“The Animated Object,” Site 311, Pacific Grove, CA
Rockford Art Center, Rockford, IL
1985 “Teachers and Their Pupils,” Anna Gardner Gallery, Stinson Beach, CA
1984 “Light, Structure and Motion,” Olive Hyde Gallery, Fremont, CA
“Works of Northern California Artists,” Crocker Kingsley Gallery, Sacramento, CA
1983 “16 Sculptors,” Roy Boyd Gallery, Chicago, IL and Los Angeles, CA
“San Francisco Fine Arts Show,” Fort Mason, San Francisco, CA
1982 “Crossover: An ArTech Exhibit,” Helen Euphrat Gallery, De Anza College, Cupertino, CA
1981 “California Artists’ Exhibition/Sales,” Oakland Museum, Oakland, CA
1979 “San Francisco Museum of Art’s Annual Artist Patron Exhibition,” San Francisco MOMA, San Francisco, CA
1978 “Upstarts,” Redding Art Museum, Redding, CA
1977 Union Gallery, San Jose State University, San Jose, CA
“Kinetic Metal Sculpture,” Nevada Art Gallery, Reno, NV



2005 Kunststiftung Lutz Ackermann Bildhauer, Gäufelden-Nebringen, Germany


Selected Public Collections

Palace Hotel. New York, NY
Renown, Reno, NV
Yahoo! Inc., Corporate Headquarters, Sunnyvale, CA
San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA
Roche Bio Science, Palo Alto, CA
Saks Fifth Avenue, New York, NY
Oracle Corporation, Belmont, CA
Cupertino Electrical Corporation, Cupertino, CA
Monterey Museum of Art, Monterey, CA
Nagoya Hotel, Nagoya, Japan
North Central Michigan College, Petoskey, MI
Double Tree, Santa Monica, CA
Peninsula Hotel, New York, NY
Sydney International Airport, Sydney, Australia
London Club, Las Vegas, NV
McDonald’s Corporation, IL
Menlo Equities, Sunnyvale, CA
The City of Napa, CA



2011 Baker, Kenneth, “Gil’s thrills” San Francisco Chronicle , Arts & Entertainment
May 7, 2011 page E2.
2005 “Roadblock” (reproduction), San Francisco Chronicle Sunday Datebook, July 10, p. 54
2002 Janku, Laura Richard, “Matt Gil: Pedigree and Madeline Silber: Brink,”
flavorpill SF, December 3
Koppman, Debra, “Matt Gil,” Artweek, November, Volume 33, Issue 9, p. 25
Berry, Colin, “ ‘The Inaugural Exhibition’ at Heather Marx Gallery,” Artweek, February, Volume 33, Issue 1, p. 25
1990 Taylor, Joan Chatfield, “Contemporary Eclat,” Architectural Digest, September, p. 142, 146-7.
1989 The California Art Review. American References Publishing Corporation, Chicago, IL
Jenkins, Jim and Quick, Dave: Motion, Motion, Kinetic Art. Gibbs Smith,
Layton, UT
1986 Goldberg, Beth, “A Dynamic Assertiveness,” Artweek, December 20, p. 6.
Jan, Alfred, “Kinetic Image-Making,” Artweek, April 12, p. 4.
1985 “Matthew Gil, Sculptor, Portrait of an Artist,” 16mm Film by Robert Gardner
Dickson, Joanne, “Art Notes,” Point Reyes Lights, July 5, p. 18.
Seymour, Anne, “Matthew Gil’s Kinetic Art,” Centervoice, June, p. 21.
1983 Worthington, Robin, “High Tech Art Cast in Light-Hearted Mold,” The Argus, December 15, p. 23.
1982 Stutzin, Leo, “Kinetic Art – It’s Always on the Move…,” Modesto Bee, March 7, p. C6-7.
1980 Harms, Sally, “Where to Find Alternative Art,” San Francisco Sunday Examiner & Chronicle, November 30, p. 32-6.
Harms, Sally, “Artvarks,” South Bay Weekly, April 24-30, p. 6
“Matt Gil’s Kinetic Sculpture,” The Independent Weekly, April 16-22, p. 8.