Offsite: Triple Candie, Visiting Curators, Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne (August): Let the Artists Die! lecture/performance at Monash University; I Make the Paintings, lecture at Gertrude Contemporary.
Offsite: Qu'ils crèvent les artistes (si elles veulent) [Let the artists die (if they want to)], NICC, Brussels (September 13 - January 18, 2015).
Offsite: Fulton Street Vitrine, undisclosed location (July 27, 2014 - present). Changing exhibitions in glass vitrine in urban alley. A: Untitled; B: Untitled; C: Untitled; D: Untitled; E: An Allegory for Tal R; F: In the Vitrious Humor; G: Untitled.
Offsite: Pretend to Die (After James Lee Byars), Project Arts Centre, Dublin (July 17, 2014). Performance Exhibition with Three Actors: Moira Brady Averill, Tiny James, and Megan Riordan. Presented during the opening reception of the exhibition, "The Centre for Dying on Stage #1."
Offsite: The Detroit Question Center, Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (April 20, 2014). Performance with Jens Hoffmann.
Offsite: James Lee Byars: I Cancel All My Works at Death, Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (February 5 - May 4, 2014).
Offsite:El museo de reproducciones fotográficas, in The System of Objects, Deste Foundation for Contemporary Art, Athens (May 15 - November 30, 2013). Triple Candie's former collection of photo-reproductions on view in this group exhibition of the foundation's collection. Curated by architect and writer Andreas Angelidakis.
Offsite: Épigraphe pour une préface, Frac Île-de-France/Le Plateau, Paris (June 6 - July 28, 2013). A quasi-survey of Triple Candie exhibitions since 2006.
Offsite: The Deposition of Sky Jones, RISD, Providence, Rhode Island (April 24, 2013). A performance-lecture on the artist-fugitive.
Offsite: Of the Siren and the Sky: and all that which is at the edges of whatever might be, Utah Museum of Contemporary Art, Salt Lake City (December 7, 2012 - February 23, 2013). An exhibition on the life and work of Salt Lake City native, Siren Bliss (aka Sky Jones, aka Michael Whipple).
Offsite: Celebration of the Body No. 2: l'histoire de l'art a á l'ère, Le Musée de Moulages [Museum of Casts], Lyon, France (April 25 - May 19, 2012). Group exhibition paying homage to Ian Baxter's "Celebration of the Body No. 1" (1976), curated by Fabien Pinaroli and others. Includes El Museo de Reproducciones Fotográficas, courtesy of the Deste Foundation, Athens.
Offsite: Speech Objects, Le Musée de l'Objet, Blois, France (May 4 - November 13, 2011). Group exhibition curated by Etienne Bernard and A Constructed World. Included documentation and artifacts from David Hammons: The Unauthorized Retrospective.
Offsite: Speak More Clearly, The Institute of Contemporary Art, Portland (August 24 - October 9, 2011). Group exhibition including work by Paul Chan, Tris Vonna-Michell, and an exhibition curated by Triple Candie (Dexter Sinister: A Rare Case of Improving Upon an Original).
The following exhibitions were presented at Triple Candie's storefront gallery at 500 West 148th Street, New York, New York [Harlem]
Higgs Society Reading Room: Cameo (April 23 - June 6, 2010), curated by Lukasz Ronduda; previously exhibited in "All that Remains . . . The Teenagers of Socialism" at the Waterside Project Space, London (March 15 - April 25, 2010) and the Centre for Contemporary Art, Warsaw (June 22 - 28, 2009)
Main Space: Maurizio Cattelan is Dead: Life & Work, 1960 - 2009 (June 28 - August 23, 2009); entire exhibition later exhibited in Alpha Omega, Works from the Dakis Joannou Collection, Deste Foundation, Athens (June 16 - December 20, 2010)