Philip Lique

Born 1983, New Haven Ct, United States

Philip_Lique_The weight of prayer and toil, 2020, ceramic and foam with gold luster , 8” x 8” x 12” Unique Work
Philip Lique, The Weight of Prayer and Toil, 2020, Ceramic and foam with gold luster , 8” x 8” x 12”

With skilled craft, Lique creates a vortex where the past and present collide with the arcane.

Selected Works

These are a selected group of works and installation photographs. For a complete list of available works please contact us.

Philip Lique

Philip Lique is a multidisciplinary artist working across print, sculpture, design, and installation practices. Hailing from New Haven Connecticut, He holds a BFA in graphic design from Paier College of Art and an MFA in painting from Western Connecticut State University.


Philip Lique has worked as a professor and technician at the University of New Haven, Yale School of Art, Southern Connecticut State University, The University of Miami, Nova Southeastern University, and the New World School of the Arts. Since 2018 Lique has been managing EXILE books where he organizes programming, and publishing fairs, and designs printed material for galleries, non-profits, and fellow artists. Lique has participated in residencies at Vermont Studio Center, Zona Imagianaria ( Buenos Aries), The University of Connecticut, and is currently a permanent artist in residency at the Bakehouse Artist Complex.


b. 1983, New Haven, CT
Lives and works in Miami, FL


Parlor Tricks for Summoning the Devil (solo exhibition), Emerson Dorsch at BAD Space, Dania Beach, FL
Planar Maze (solo exhibition), Dot 51 Gallery, Miami, FL

Obscured Publications (with Najja Moon), Bakehouse Art Complex, Miami, FL

Solo exhibition, Flowerbox Gallery, Miami, FL

Works by Phil Lique and Karin Mansberg, Mercurial Gallery, Danbury, Connecticut (curated by Katie Basset)

Traits of Things that Are Alive and Dead (solo exhibition), ArtSpace, New Haven, CT (curated by Jeffrey Walkowiak and Todd Jokl)


Rob Pruitt’s Flea Market, NSU Art Museum, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Collabo 6 – ALL IN -_, Mana Art Space, 777 Mall, Miami, FL
Dirt in the Wrong Hands, Quaid Gallery, Tampa, FL (curated by Johanna Keefe)
ArtCURATED, ARTFL, Fort Lauderdale (curated by Lisa Rockford)

Superchief, Aqua Miami, Aqua Hotel, Miami Beach, FL
University of Miami Faculty Exhibition, UM Gallery-Wynwood, Miami, Florida

Portraits, Flowerbox Gallery, Miami, FL (curated by David Marsh)
Gritty in Pink, Bailey Contemporary Arts, Pompano Beach, FL

Borrowed Time, John Slade Ely House, New Haven, CT
Artists ask Artists, First Street Gallery, New York, NY
It’s Dead Now (window installation), ArtSpace, New Haven, CT

Nothing Special, Lyric Hall, New Haven, CT (curated by John Stone)
Just Imagine, Hans Weiss Newspace Gallery, Manchester Community College, Manchester, CT (curated by Susan Classen-Sullivan)
In Conversation, Seton Gallery, University of New Haven, West Haven, CT (curated by Laura Marsh)
Remythologies: New Inventions of Old Stories, Housatonic Museum of Art, Bridgeport, CT (curated by Stephen Kobasa)

The Internet Made This, Seton Gallery, University of New Haven, West Haven, CT (curated by Selby Nimrod)
Vagaries of the Commons, ArtSpace, New Haven, CT (curated by Sarah Fritchey(

HALF OFF, Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT (curated by John Odonnell)

Two for One, A-Space Gallery, West Haven, CT (curated by Stephen Kobassa)
We Are Television, Alternative Space, New Haven, CT (curated by Erika VanNatta)
War Makers, A-Space Gallery, West Haven, CT (curated by Stephen Kobassa)
Bridgeport Arts Council, Bridgeport, CT (curated by Terri Smith)

2010 DeCordova Biennial, DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Lincol, MA (curated by Dina Dietch)

Artist in Residence, City-Wide Open Studios, ArtSpace, New Haven, CT (curated by Jeffrey Walkowiak and Todd Jokl)
Put Together, ArtSpace, New Haven, CT (curated by Jeffrey Walkowiak)


2019 CLASSWORK, EXILE Books, Miami, FL
2019 AV CLUB, EXILE Books, Miami FL
2018 John Odonnel’s Yard Dreams, Flowerbox Projects, Miami, FL


2017 Gritty in Pink Exhibition Catalog, published by Bailey Contemporary Arts
2017 PROVK magazine: “Studio Visit: Phil Lique”
2016 Art New England: Gallery Visit, No Pop, Tori Rysz
2016 New Haven Independent: No Pop Lives On “Borrowed Time”, Lucy Gelman
2016 The Take Magazine: Kings of No Pop, John Arvantis

Kings of No Pop

2016 Yale News: Yale physician’s ‘Dr. Plinko’ medical-pricing game to debut during City-Wide Open Studios, Susan Gonzalez during-city-wide-open-studios
2015 New Haven Independent: No Pop Rises Out of Daggett Street Ashes”, Lucy Gelman pop_rises/
2014 New Haven Register: Takeover of Artspace website raises questions, by design, J Amarante website-raises-questions-by-design
2013 Margin Journal: “Deploying Terror”. Published by the John B. Hurford ’60 Center for the Arts and Humanities: Haverford College, Haverford, PA
2012 Phil Lique and Karin Mansberg to Exhibit at Danbury’s Mercurial Gallery
2010 “Guide to the 2010 DeCordova Biennial”. Published by the DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Lincoln, MA
2010 “Phil Lique at Artspace” Big Red and Shiny, Steven V Kobasa



2021 Artist in Residence, The Bakehouse Art Complex, Permanent Residency, Miami, FL
2020 Artist in Residence, The Bakehouse Art Complex, Summer Painting Open, Miami, FL
2018 Artist in Residence, Conterproof Press, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
2014 Artist in Residence, Zona Imaginaria, Buenos Aires, Argentina
2011 Artist in Residence, Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT


2008 Master of Fine Arts, Western Connecticut State University, Connecticut
2005 Batchelor of Fine Arts, Paier College of Art, Hamden, CT


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