● Review of "The Accursed Share" by sophia bartholomew for cmagazine. Issue 131 Autumn 2016.PDF
● Visiting Artist Residency with Malaspina Printmakers in Vancouver. October - November 2016.
● Curatorial Essay for "The Accursed Share" by Marina Roy. PDF
● February 2016. Month long residency at Atelier Circulaire in Montréal working in stone lithography. Funded by a grant from the Manitoba Arts Council: Manitoba/New Brunsqick/Quebec Creative Residency.
● The Drawing Center, NYC. Name It by Trying to Name It: Open Sessions 2014-15. July 17 - Aug 30, 2015. Current Open Sessions artists.
● Banff Centre Thematic Residency, "Are We Looking At Dead Birds?" November 3 - December 13, 2014.
● Art Toronto with Actual Gallery. Booth 1102. October 23-27, 2014.
● Group Exhibition, Cryptographics: a tribute to the Voynich Manuscript. Curated by Manus Groenen. As a part of Artslant, Curator's Open. On view from September 18-21, EXPO Chicago, 2014.
● Artist in Residence with the Sam & Adele Golden Foundation for the Arts in New Berlin, NY. August 3 - 30, 2014. Photo courtesy of Emma Golden:
untitled (detail), 2014. Acrylic on paper.
● Group Exhibition, The Great Poor Farm Experiment VI. Poor Farm, Manawa, WI. August 1, 2014 - June 2015. Drawing Center's Open Sessions at Poor Farm. Organized by Brad Killam and Michelle Grabner.
● Group Exhibition: Actual Artists, July 24 - August 30, 2014 at ACTUAL in Winnipeg.
● Residency: Intergenerational LGBT Artist Residency at Artscape Gibraltar Point on Toronto Island. July 1 - July 15, 2014. The residency is composed of Micha Cardenas, Syrus Marcus Ware and myself. With Alec Butler and Joshua Vettivelu as alternates. The vision of the residency is to engage with Canadian art and queer political histories. The Executive Director, and curator of the project is Tobaron Waxman.
● Group Exhibition, The Intuitionists in the Main Gallery and Lab at The Drawing Center in NYC. July 11, 2014 - August 24, 2014. The exhibition includes the catalogue DRAWING PAGES 116: The Intuitionists.
●Review by Thomas Miccelli for Hyperallergic: Story Lines: " The Intuitionists " at the Drawing Center.
● Installation Shots of Thoughts and Non-Thoughts, curated by Natalia Lebedinskaia. The Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba. September 26 - November 16, 2013.
PRESS: Sarah Swan Galleries West
● Re-Configuring Abstraction Installation shots:
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● Excerpt for ArtSlant by Courtney R. Thompson, Materiality and Surface: abstracting form:
" Regarding aesthetics, Derek Dunlop’s paintings in the exhibition appear to queer the space with their fascinatingly grotesque skins. Gridded diagrammatic forms confound in their meaning as in systematic (white) (2010), and the eye shifts to the heavy application of paint and sickly skin-like palette of the rainbow-shaped forms in untitled (2010-2011). While the most abstract of all the artists on view, his work simultaneously appears present in its dense material corporeality while maintaining a mystical element in its obscure markings. Reid acknowledges in her accompanying essay that Dunlop’s inclusion “was a means to steer this conversation about abstract painting toward another project, one that looks at abstraction in terms of pure form and the materiality of the medium itself.” It’s an intriguing proposition, one that speaks to the continued vibrancy and relevance of contemporary abstract painting practice not only in Winnipeg, but beyond. " Courtney R. Thompson
●Artist pages with essay in Contemporary Verse 2 by JJ Kegan McFadden titled, "Notes on Systems with Winnipeg in Mind."
● Michael Gibson Gallery in London, Ontario.
London Free Press
●Border Crossings Magazine, issue No. 121.
Never-Dying Worm, Amy Fung
Paperwait, a yearly publication produced by aceartinc.
●Some Paintings. Equinox Gallery. Vancouver, BC
● Cyber-Surveillance in Everyday Life. Exhibition and conference in Toronto:
Greg J. Smith for Current Intelligence
● Making it Like a Man Canadian Masculinities in Practice, Edited by Christine Ramsay was published in 2011 by Wilfred Laurier Press. Essay by David Garneau.