American, b. 1974
lives in New Orleans, Louisiana

MFA, University of New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana, 2000

Selected Solo Exhibitions

Make Love Not War, Mouche Gallery, Hollywood
Post Nihilist Utopia, Civilian Art Projects, Washington DC
All We Need Is Love, Gallerie Art Cube, Paris, France

American Icons, Opera Gallery, Monaco
Live Free or Die, Kendall College of Art and Design, Grand Rapids MI
Crazy About America, Good Children Gallery, New Orleans LA

Independence in the Age of Decadence, Civilian Art Projects, Washington DC
The Department of Civil Obedience, Prospect 2. New Orleans, international biennial curated by Dan Cameron

The Kids are Alright, Civilian Art Projects, Washington DC

Selected Group Exhibitions

Material, Duplex 100m2, Sarajevo, Bosnia And Herzegovina
The Writing On The Wall, The Painting Center, New York NY
60 Americans, Elga Wimmer Gallery, New York NY
Manifest: Justice, Manifest Justice, Los Angeles CA
Pulp Fictions, Dieu Donne, New York NY
The Limitations of Generative Power, Barrister's Gallery, New Orleans LA
Guardians Of The Almighty Dollar, Art Fields, Lake City SC

Toward a New Paradigm, 126 Gallery, Galway, Ireland
Imago Mundi: Reparation, New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans LA
The Takeover, Secret Project Robot, Bushwick NY
Vir Heroicus Sublimis, Treo Gallery, New Orleans LA

Love Me Tender, Bellevue Arts Museum, Bellevue WA
Under The Influence of Fashion and Finance, Carnegie Art Museum, Oxnard CA
Fresh Fruit For Rotten Vegetables, Barrister's Gallery, New Orleans LA

Shared Southern Stories, Emily Amy Gallery, Atlanta GA
Recent Acquisitions, The West Collection, Philadelphia PA
Me The People, Good Children Gallery, New Orleans LA

Cashing Out, Kala Art Institute, Berkeley CA
Catalyst, Space 301, Mobile AL
The World According To New Orleans, Ballroom Marfa, Marfa TX
Currency: Means of Exchange, Artlab at University of Alabama at Birmingham

Inspired by Fashion and Finance, Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art, Pepperdine University, Malibu CA
Hunt and Chase, Salomon Contemporary, East Hampton NY
Inspired, Steven Kasher Gallery, New York NY
The Things You Own End Up Owning You, Good Children Gallery, New Orleans
Frenchmen, Desire, Good Children, Lambent Foundation, New York NY

You Killed My Pretty Things, University of New Orleans, St. Claude Gallery, New Orleans
Lessons Learned With Fists, Good Children Gallery, New Orleans LA
Frontier Preachers, The Soap Factory, Minneapolis MN

The Labyrinth Wall, Exit Art, New York NY
Supernatural, Good Children Gallery, New Orleans LA
South X East, Contemporary Southeastern Art Biennial, Schmidt Center Gallery FL Atlantic University, Boca Raton FL

Imaginary Arsenals, Cuchifritos Gallery, New York NY
Gulf Coast Artists at La Napoule, Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans LA
Homegrown: Southeast Biennial, SECCA, Winston-Salem NC

Ultimate Destination, Dumbo Art Center, Brooklyn NY
Paradise Lost, Frederieke Taylor Gallery, New York NY
Likeness: Atypical Portraiture, Wilson Gallery, Georgetown College KY
In Harm's Way, Cities and Recovery, LMCC, New York NY
Katrina and the Waves, Bronx River Art Center, Bronx NY
Thrashing, Big Top Gallery, New Orleans LA


La Napoule Art Foundation, La Napoule, France
LMCC, New York
Santa Fe Art Institute, Santa Fe
KALA, Berkeley
LA Artworks, New Orleans


Whitney Museum Of American Art, New York
Luciano Benetton Collection, Treviso, Italy
New Orleans Museum Of Art, New Orleans
Frederick R. Weisman Foundation , Los Angeles
West Collection, Philadelphia PA
Ogden Museum of Southern Art, New Orleans LA
J House, Greenwich CT
The Saratoga Collection, New Orleans LA

Selected Press

Washington Post, Katrina and a tempest of symbols, May 15, 2015
Wall Street Journal, Can Money Buy You Happiness, Nov. 10, 2014
S Moda Spain, Hidden Message, Jan. 2013
British Vogue, Tender Moments, Jan. 2013
Seattle Times, Love Me Tender, March 11, 2013
MoMA Talks, Dan Tague June 8, 2013
Art Voices, 25 Artists to Collect, Fall Issue 2013
BBC World News interview, August 26, 2013
New York Times, Commission Washington Riddle article, August 3, 2013
The New Yorker, The Money Issue, Oct. 8, 2012
For Which It Stands: Americana in Contemporary Art, artist book curated by Carla Sakamoto, published November 2012 by Farameh Media
The Washington Post, Provocative Themes On Power, Oct. 11, 2012

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