Scott Anderson


Biography

SCOTT ANDERSON

 

1973       born in Urbana, IL, USA

               lives and works in La Cienega, NM, USA

 

EDUCATION

 

2015        Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture

2003        University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign [ m.f.a. ]

1997         Kansas State University [ b.f.a. ]

 

 SOLO EXHIBITION

 

2017       Lovers and Thinkers, Galerie Richard, Paris

2016       Untitled Miami Beach, Galerie Richard, Miami Beach, FL

               Supper Club, CES Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

               Supper Club, Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, Overland Park, KS

2015       Wiseguys, CES Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2013       Future Perfect Tense, with Orion Wertz, Biggin Gallery, Auburn University, Auburn, AL

2009       Join or Die, Stux Gallery, New York, NY (Catalog)

2008       Rendez vous Point, Light and Sie Gallery, Dallas, TX (Catalog)

               Misiisto, Kavi Gupta Gallery, Chicago, IL

2007       Guru, Kavi Gupta Gallery, Leipzig

2005       Re Krei, Kavi Gupta Gallery, Chicago, IL

               Aneksi, Mark Moore Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

2004       Neo Pejzago, Galerie Richard, Paris (Catalog)

2003       12x12, New Artists New Work, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL

                Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, IL

                Miami University of Ohio, Oxford, OH.

2001        Esperanto for Forage, Peter Miller Gallery, Chicago, IL

 

 GROUP EXHIBITIONS (selected)

 

2017           The Wild West, with William Bradley, David Ryan, and Jeremy Thomas, Galerie Richard, New York

2016        On the Nose, two-person exhibition with Austin Eddy, Denny Gallery, New York, NY

                Phantom Limb, Shulamit Nazarian Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

                Alcove Show, New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe, NM

2015        Inside/Outside, Common Street Arts, Waterville, ME

                Kansas, with David Leigh, Philspace, Santa Fe, NM

                Fantasy of Representation, Beers of London, London

                Ducks:LA, Minotaur Projects, Los Angeles, CA

2014        Ducks, Greenpoint Terminal Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

                Reverb II, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH

2013        The 10th Circle, Vast Space Projects, Henderson, NV

                New Surrealism, Mirus Gallery, San Francisco, CA

                Reverb: Current Abstraction in Painting, University of Northern Iowa Gallery of Art, Cedar Falls, IA

2011        Streams of Consciousness, Salina Art Center, Salina, KS

                Always Nowadays, SCA Contemporary, Albuquerque, NM

2010        Underground Pop, Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, NY

                Bunny Redux, Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA

                Cut, Shuffle, Draw, Columbus State University Galleries, Columbus, GA

                Guerrero Gallery, San Francisco, CA

                Tethered to My World, Highland Park Art Center, Highland Park, IL

                2010+1 Young Painters: The Miami University’s 21rst Century Painting

                Collection, Heistand Galleries, Miami University of Ohio, Oxford, OH

2009        Low Blow, Stux Gallery, New York, NY

                Beatutiful/Decay A to Z, Kopeikin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

                Landscape Affected, Haggerty University Gallery, University of Dallas, Dallas, TX

2008        Future Tense: Reshaping the Landsdape, Neuberger Museum, Purchase, NY   

                Wild Kingdom, Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, Overland Park, KS

                Wintergarten, Kavi Gupta Gallery, Berlin

                West, Wester, Westest, Fecalface Dot Gallery, San Francisco, CA

                Apocalypse Yesterday, Claremont Graduate University, Los Angeles, CA

                Cultivating Instability, Cliff Dwellers, Chicago, IL

                New Work From Chicago, Road Agent Gallery, Dallas, TX

2007         Me and My Katamari, Lisa Boyle Gallery, Chicago, IL

2006         Mutiny!, Happy Lion Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

                 Homecoming, Epstein Gallery, Leawood, KS

                 Homecoming, Johnson County Community College, Overland Park, KS

                 Après moi, le deluge, FA Projects, London

                We Build the Worlds Inside Our Heads, Freight & Volume Gallery, New York, NY

2005         Strange Fictions, Tarble Art Center, Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL           

2004         Architecture Untethered, Numark Gallery, Washington, D.C. (Brochure)

                 Two-person exhibition with Aaron Baker, Community College of Southern Nevada, Las Vegas, NV (Brochure)

                The Babble of Towers, Columbus State University, Columbus, GA (Brochure)

                 Mental Space, Wendy Cooper Gallery, Madison, WI                        

2003        Post-Digital Painting, Cranbrook Art Museum, Cranbrook Academy, Bloomfield Hills, MI (Catalog)

                Painting!, University Art Galleries, Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, MI (Catalog)

2002        Painting and Illustration, Luckman Gallery, California State University, Los Angeles, CA 

                Social Landscape, P.P.O.W. Gallery, New York, NY

                Nubo Wave Map Space Bubble, University Galleries, Illinois State University, Normal IL (Brochure)

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

 

Johnson, Grant, "Scott Anderson," Artforum.com, May 2, 2016

Pagel, David, "In Scott Anderson's 'Supper Club' Paintings, Pretty Isn't the Point," Los Angeles Times, Apr. 14, 2016 (image)

Grabner, Michelle, essay for "Inside/Outside," Common Street Arts, Waterville, ME, July 2015

Pagel, David, "Dystopian Abstraction," Art Pulse Magazine, No. 17, Vol. 5, 2013 (image)

Park, Steve, “No Soup Cans in This Pop Art,” Newsday, 2010

Droitcour, Brian, “Publish or Parrish,” Artforum.com, Scene and Heard, August 22, 2010

Landes, Jennifer, “Pop Goes Underground,” The East Hampton Star, December 31, 2010

Ernst, Eric, “Between Pop and Postmodern,” 27 East, East Hampton Press + Southampton Press, Sep. 27, 2010

The Wolf Magazine for New Poetry, artist in residence, issue no. 23, June 2010         

 Wolff, Rachel, “Pop Goes Mighty Mouse,” Art News, Summer 2010, p.33

 Johnson, Ken, “The Allure of the Homespun in the Maw of the Digital Age,” The New York Times.com, Sep. 2, 2010

 Artner, Alan G., Chicago Tribune, March 21, 2008 (image)

 Genocchio, Benjamin, “Today’s Landscapes, Tomorrow’s Dystopia, New York Times, June 1, 2008

 Bon Magazine, “Young Masters,” Fall 2007, pp. 57, 60, 64, (images)

 Pagel, David, “Dramatic in any language,” Los Angeles Times, April 8, 2005 (image)

 Playboy MagazineMay 2005, pp. 64-65 (image)

 Dawson, Jessica, “Design and Structure in 3-D,” Washington Post, Thursday, Oct. 21, 2004

  New American Paintings, Volume #53, Fall 2004 (image)

  Wertz, Orion, exhibition brochure essay from “The Babbel of Towers”, Oct. 2004

  Biro, Matthew, Contemporary, issue #69, 2004, p.77

  Ellegood, Anne, essay for “Architecture Untethered” exhibition, Sep. 2004

  Green, Tyler, art blog entry, Mondernartnotes.com, October 2004

  Pagel, David, catalog essay, Galerie Jean-Luc and Takako Richard, Paris, 2004

  Murphy, J.J., essay accompanying “Mental Space” exhibition, January 2004           

  Mouth to Mouth, “Word for Word,” collaborative interview with Aaron Baker, Winter 2004, pp. 15-21 (image)

 Artner, Alan G., “Scott Anderson’s Odd Beauty,” Chicago Tribune, April 18, 2003 (image)

 Azizian, Carol, “Cranbrook exhibit driven by technology,” Flint Journal, January 3, 2003

 Blinderman, Barry, “Painting in the Digital Age,” essay for 4th Annual Miami University Young  Painters exhibition, Jan. 2003

 Brunetti, John, “Scott Anderson and Cyber-Landscape,” The C.A.C.A. Review, October 2003, p. 3

 Camper, Fred, “Imperfect Worlds,” Chicago Reader, April 11, 2003, pp. 26 – 27 (image)

 Chomin, Linda Ann, “Post-Digital exhibit captures painting ‘of the moment’,” Observer & Eccentric, Mar. 6, 2003

 Cohen, Keri Guten, “Artists use technology in paintings,” Detroit Free Press, January 5, 2003

 Colby, Joy Hakanson, “’Post-Digital Painting’ pumps new technology into aging art form”, Detroit News, Jan.30, 2003

  Farstad, Julie, Mouth to Mouth, Spring 2003, pp. 43-44 (image)

  Haddad, Natalie, “Digital Simulation,” Real Detroit Weekly, March 12-18, 2003

  Houston, Joe, essay from “Post-Digital Painting” exhibition catalog, 2003, pp. 11-13, (image)

 Jones, Richard O, “Future looks bright for digital painting”, Journal News, Hamilton, OH, Jan. 24, 2003 (image)

 Joyce, Julie, catalog essay, Light and Sie Gallery, Dallas, TX

 Knight, Gregory and Silverman, Lanny, essay for exhibition at Chicago Cultural Center, Sep. 2003

Moffett, Nancy, “30 and Below,” Chicago Sun-Times, March 29, 2003

 Spector, Buzz, catalog essay from “Painting!”, Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, MI, Oct. 2003 (cover image)

 Tysh, George, “Art 1010101010101010, Cranbrook’s ‘Post-Digital Painting boots up wild new worlds,” Metro Times, Jan. 29, 2003           

  Blinderman, Barry, essay from “Nubo Wave Map Space Bubble,” brochure, Jan. 2002 (image)

  Finch, Leah, “Scott Anderson”, New Art Examiner, March-April 2002, pp. 78-79 (image)

  Ross, Adam, essay accompanying the exhibition, “Painting and Illustration,” Sep., 2002

  Artner, Alan G., “Gallery Season Guide,” Chicago Tribune, September 2001

  Artner, Alan G., “Visions by four.  The theme is apocalypse, the art, Inventive.”Chicago Tribune,  Aug. 10, 2001, p.32           

  Beautiful/Decay, Issue X, featured artist (Cover image and interior images)

  Beautiful/Decay, Issue Z, (image)

  Beautiful/Decay, Book 6, “Future Perfect” (image)

  Champaign-Urbana Octopus, April 13-19, 2001 (cover image)

  Cook, Christopher, catalog essay for Revolucio, on the occasion of Join or Die, Stux Gallery, New York, NY

  DiMichele, David, “Painting and Illustration at the Luckman Gallery,” Artweek, Dec. 02/Jan. 03

  Finch, Leah, “Apocalypse Next Week,” Dialogue, September 2001, pp. 31-35 (cover image)

  Hannum, Terence, interview in Beautiful/Decay, issue “X,” pp. 44-53 (images and cover image)

  Neuhoff, Tony, “Apocalypse Next Week,” New Art Examiner, Nov-Dec 2001, pp. 93-94

  New American Paintings, Volume #35, September 2001 (image)

  Spector, Buzz, essay from “Apocalypse Next Week” exhibition brochure, July 2001 (image)

  Champaign-Urbana Octopus, “Today in Eight Parts graces I-Space,” March 16-22, 2001 (image)

  

  PUBLIC AND PRIVATE COLLECTIONS

  Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, Overland Park, KS

  Pauline Karpidas, Geneva, Switzerland

  Raymond Learsy and Melva Becksbaum, Sharon, CT

  Numerous other private collections