Scott Reeder (artist)

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Scott Reeder (born 1970) is an American artist currently based in Chicago, Illinois, and Detroit, Michigan.[1]

Biography[edit]

Reeder has exhibited widely since the 1990s. Solo and two-person gallery exhibitions include:

2015

Put the Cat on the Phone, Kavi Gupta, Chicago, Illinois[2]

it Gets Beta, with Andrew Kuo, Marlborough Chelsea, New York[3]

2014

Moon Dust, 356 South Mission Road, Los Angeles, California[4]

2013

People Call Me Scott, Lisa Cooley, New York[5]

The Future is Stupid, with Ken Kagami, The Green Gallery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin[6]

2008

Scott Reeder and Tyson Reeder, Daniel Reich Gallery, New York[7]

2006

French Thoughts, Jack Hanley, San Francisco, California[8]

2002

Flowers, Daniel Reich Gallery, New York[9]

1999

Laura Owens and Scott Reeder, China Art Objects Galleries, Los Angeles California[10]

Pat Hearn Gallery, New York[11]

In 2011, he was the subject of a solo exhibition, Chicago Works, at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago.[12]

In 2014, he debuted his first feature-length film, Moon Dust, shot over the span of eleven years.[13]

In 2002, with his brother Tyson Reeder and wife Elysia Borowy-Reeder, Reeder established the storefront gallery General Store in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.[14] General Store curated the exhibitions Drunk vs. Stoned (2004) and Drunk vs. Stoned 2 (2005) at Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, New York, and The Early Show (2005) at White Columns, New York.[15][16][17] The Reeders also organized the Dark Fair, an art fair operated in a black-walled space lit only with candlelight, at the Swiss Institute Contemporary Art New York in 2008 and as part of Art Cologne in 2009.[18] Scott and Tyson Reeder additionally operate Club Nutz, billed as the world’s smallest comedy club. First established in a small 8’ x 8’ room adjacent to the Green Gallery in Milwaukee, Club Nutz has traveled to the Frieze Art Fair in London, the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, and Salon 94 in New York to host open-mics, dance parties, screenings, and lectures.[19]

Reeder is currently an associate professor of painting and drawing at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.[20]

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