Scott Reeder (artist)

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Scott Reeder
Born 1970
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Nationality American
Known for Painting

Scott Reeder is an artist who’s work has been shown widely including exhibitions at Saatchi Gallery, London, Gavin Brown’s enterprise, NY The Museum Of Contemporary Art, Chicago and Luce Gallery, Turin, Italy. Recent solo exhibitions include Lisa Cooley, New York, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; and Kavi Gupta, Chicago and Berlin.. In January 2014, Reeder will debut a major project at 356 Mission Road, Los Angeles. This ambitious exhibition revolves around the production and screening of a feature film, a considerable project which Reeder has been working on for over eight years. Reeder lives and works in Detroit, and teaches painting and drawing at the Art Institute of Chicago.

Biography[edit]

Reeder was born in 1970 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He lives and works in Detroit, and teaches at the Art Institute of Chicago. Recent solo exhibitions include the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; The Green Gallery, Milwaukee; Kavi Gupta, Chicago and Berlin; Jack Hanley, San Francisco; and Midway Contemporary Art, Minneapolis. Select group exhibitions include Tate Modern, London; New Jerseyy, Basel; Gavin Brown's Enterprise, New York; and Cheim & Read, New York. An upcoming three-person exhibition at the Journal Gallery, New York, includes Reeder early next year. In January 2014, Reeder will debut a major project at 356 Mission Road, Los Angeles. This full-fledged exhibition revolves around the production and screening of a feature film, a considerable project which Reeder has been working on for over eight years.

Reeder is currently in post-production on his first feature film, Moon Dust, due out in 2014.[1]

In addition to his artistic practice, Scott has an active curatorial practice with his brother Tyson Reeder and wife Elysia Borowy-Reeder including exhibitions at White Columns, NY, The C.U.E. Foundation, NY, Frieze Art Fair, London, and Kölnischer Kunstverein in Cologne, Germany. Reeder’s work has been reviewed in Artforum, Art & Text, Art Review, FlashArt, Frieze, The New York Times, Art News, Art In America, TimeOut, The Village Voice and The New Yorker.

He co-founded the Chicago comedy club Club Nutz in Tyson Reeder's studio in the River North area of the city, described as "the world’s smallest comedy club".[2][3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Screening and Talk: Scott Reeder’s Moon Dust", Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, retrieved 22 October 2012
  2. ^ Weinberg, Lauren (2011) "Museum of Contemporary Art replaces UBS 12x12 with Chicago Works", Time Out Chicago, November 2, 2011, retrieved October 21, 2012
  3. ^ Merrick, Jay (2009) "Observations...", The Independent, October 23, 2009, retrieved October 21, 2012  – via HighBeam (subscription required)

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