Scott Reeder

b. 1970 in Ann Arbor, Michigan
Lives and works in Detroit, Michigan

EDUCATION
M.F.A. University of Illinois at Chicago, 1998 
Visva Barhati University, Santiniketan, India, 1995 
Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, 1994 
B.F.A. University of Iowa, 1994 
Yale/Norfolk Summer Program, 1993

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2012
Kavi Gupta Gallery, Chicago, IL

2011
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
Gavlak Gallery, Palm Beach, FL

2010
Luce Gallery, Torino, Italy
Green Gallery, Milwaukee, WI

2009
Daniel Reich Gallery, New York

2008
Gavlak Projects, Palm Beach, FL

2007
Liste Art Fair, Basel, Switzerland
Inova, Milwaukee, WI

2006
Daniel Reich Gallery, New York
Jack Hanley Gallery, San Francisco, CA

2005
Midway Contemporary Art, Minneapolis, MN

2003
Gallery 400, Chicago, IL

2002
Daniel Reich Gallery, New York

2001
Bronwyn Keenan Gallery, New York

1999
Pat Hearn Gallery, New York

1998
Hermetic Gallery, Milwaukee, WI

TWO-PERSON EXHIBITIONS
2011
Gavlak Gallery, Palm Beach, FL (with Tyson Reeder)

2008
Daniel Reich Gallery, New York (with Tyson Reeder)

2005
Gavin Brown's Enterprise 620A, New York (with Tyson Reeder)

2002
The Suburban, Oak Park, IL (with Tyson Reeder)
Deluxe Projects, Chicago, IL (with Milhaus)

2001
Allston Skirt Gallery, Boston, MA (with David Robbins)

2000
China Art Objects, Los Angeles, CA (with Laura Owens)
Angstrom Gallery, Dallas, TX (with Cameron Martin)

1999
L.A.C.E., Los Angeles, CA (with Mitchell Lopez)

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2011
“Abstract America” Saatchi Gallery, London

2010
“Holes” Daniel Reich Gallery, New York
“With Walls” Museum 52, New York
“Anniversary Show” Gavlak Projects, Palm Beach, FL
“Little Worlds” Luce Gallery, Torino, Italy
“Tuesday Afternoon in a Cage” L.T.D., Los Angeles, CA
“More Mergers and Acquisitions” Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta, GA

2009
“Constellations” The Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
“Rob Pruitt’s Flea Market” The Tate Modern, London
“Top Ten” New Jersey Gallery, Basel, Switzerland
“Wallgasm” Angstrom Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
“There, There” Inova- Peck School of the Arts, Milwaukee, WI

2008
“Pretty Ugly” Gavin Browns Enterprise, New York
“I Won’t Grow Up” Cheim & Read, New York
“Tales of the Grotesque” Karma International, Zurich

2007
“Liste International Art Fair” Basel, Switzerland
“Ausstellungsraum Klingental” Basel, Switzerland
“Rob Pruitt's Flea Market” at GBE, Frieze International Art Fair, London
“Jail City” Jack Handley Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
“Fake Space” Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, Portland, OR
“Foot by Foot by Foot” Mogwai, Venice, CA
“Mantua Festival” Dublin, Ireland
“Fast Forward” Rockford Museum of Art, Rockford, IL
“Secret Cache” Angstrom Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
“High Desert Test Sites” Joshua Tree, CA
“WuTang Googleplex” Gavin Brown's at Passerby, New York
“Ceramics Show” Shane Campbell Gallery, Chicago, IL
“Three Degrees of Francis Bacon” Milwaukee Art Museum, WI

2006
“Action Adventure” Canada, New York
“60 Second Video Festival” Fugitive Projects, Nashville, TN
“On Platforming” Locust Projects, Miami, FL
“Gas—Issue Number 4” Jacob Fabricius, Copenhagen
“Art Institute of Chicago Benefit Auction” Chicago, IL
“White Columns Benefit Auction” New York
“The Art of the Artist Statement” Hellenic Museum and Cultural Center, Chicago, IL
“Kids of the Black Hole” Stalke Gallery, Copenhagen

2005
“Drunk vs. Stoned 2” Gavin Brown Enterprise, New York
“One Minute Rave” Canada, New York
“The Four Color Pen Show: Chicago” Van Harrison Gallery, Chicago, IL

2004
“Strange Animal” L.A.C.E., Los Angeles, CA
“The Four Color Pen Show” Locust Projects, Miami, FL
“Where do we come from? What are we? Where are we going?” Champion Fine Arts, Los Angeles, CA
“The Infinite Fill Group Show” Foxy Productions, New York
“Sticker Project” Wrong Gallery, New York
“Drunk vs Stoned” Gavin Brown's Enterprise/General Store, New York
“Yard Sale” Track House, Oak Park, IL
“Under the Sun” Greener Pastures Contemporary Art, Toronto
“What's Up With Milwaukee” Galapagos Art Space, New York
“Spacemakers” The Suburban/Lothringer Dreizen, Munich, Germany
“Make Your Own Fun” Guild and Greyshkul, New York

2003
“Going West” Jones Center for Contemporary Art, Austin, TX
“Symbolic Space” The Hudson Rover Valley Center for Contemporary Art
“The Birdman Returns” D'Amelio Terras, New York
“Now Playing” D'Amelio Terras, New York
“Karaoke Death Machine” Daniel Reich, New York
“The Burnt Orange Heresy” Space 101, New York
“Utopia Station” Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy
“General Store” The Stray Show, Chicago, IL
“Millhaus vs. Forcefield” Mixture Contemporary Arts, Houston, TX
“Amfar 2 x 2” Angstrom Gallery, Dallas, TX
“Sculpture Show” Angstrom Gallery, Dallas, TX
“K-48 Kult Show” Scope Art Fair, New York
“The Party” Joymore, Chicago, IL

2002
“Version 02” Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
“Canceled Art Fair” China Art Objects, Los Angeles, CA
“Tasty Dog” Krems, Austria
“Newspaper Project” Gavin Brown's Enterprise, New York
“Realm of the Lair” Joymore, Chicago, IL
“Plat & Form” Portable Hermetic & Foster Gallery

2001
“Mortal” The Betty Ryner Gallery, Chicago, IL
“Memorial Show: Part 3” Pat Hearn Gallery, New York
“More, More, More” Chicago Project Room, Los Angeles, CA
“The Armory Show 2001” Pat Hearn Gallery, New York

2000
“Factory Soiree” Milwaukee Art Museum, WI
“The Next Wave: New Painting in Southern California” California Center for the Arts, Escondido, CA

1999
“Painting: fore and aft” ACME, Los Angeles, CA
“Oriental Nights” Gavin Brown's Enterprise, New York

1998
“Yeah” Loyola Research Center, Chicago, IL
“Vienna Beef” Bricks and Kicks, Vienna, Austria

1997
“Harry Karry Show” Diverse Works, Houston, TX

1996
“The Speed of Painting” Pat Hearn Gallery, New York

CURATORIAL PROJECTS
2011
“Club Nutz” Special Artist Project, Art Cologne 2011, Cologne, Germany

2010
“Club Nutz” at “Here Not There” Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
“Milwaukee International 30 Minute Video Festival”
“No Soul for Sale” Tate Modern, London

2009
“Club Nutz” Frieze International Art Fair, London
“Dark Fair” Kolnischer Kunstrverin, Cologne, Germany
“David Dunlap” Cue Foundation, New York

2008
“Milwaukee International Art Fair 2” Milwaukee, WI
“Dark Fair” Swiss Institute, New York
“Presents” Rowley Kennerk Gallery, Chicago, IL

2007
“Aquarium Show” Rob Pruitt's Flea Market, GBE at Frieze, London

2006
“Milwaukee International Art Fair” Milwaukee, WI

2005
“Small Painting Show” Ulrich Museum, Wichita, KS
“Drunks vs. Stoned 2” Gavin Brown's Enterprise, New York
“The Early Show” White Columns, New York

2004
“4 Color Pen Show” Locust Projects, Miami, FL
“Bumper Sticker Project” Wrong Gallery, New York
“Drunk vs. Stoned” Gavin Brown's Enterprise, New York

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
“Scott Reeder-Painter” Ken Johnson, The New York Times, July 31, 2009
“Scott Reeder” Steve Barnes, Art News, October, 2009
“Scott Reeder” The New Yorker, August 24, 2009
“Scott Reeder-Painer” Elizabeth Kley, Artnet.com, August 9, 2009
“Scott Reeder” Julian Kreimer, Art in America, November, 2009
“Reading Between the Lines” Emily Nathan, ArtSlant.com, August 9, 2009
“Scott Reeder” Eric Herschthal, The New York Observer, August 10, 2009
“New York Round Up” Michael Wilson, Art Monthly, September #329, 2009
“Different Class” Linda Yablonsky, Artforum.com, October 16, 2009
“Frieze's Specially Commissioned Projects” Sam Wlloaston, The Guardian, 2009
“Comedy in the Frame” Paul Fleckney, The Independent, October 23, 2009
“Frieze Frame” Sarah Douglas, Artinfo.com, October 14, 2009
“London Dispatch” Laura K. Jones, artnet.com, October, 2009
“Dark Fair” Michelle Grabner, Proximity Magazine, 2009
“Constellations” Lauren Weinberg, Art News, December, 2009
“Scott Reeder & Tyson Reeder” Artforum.com, September, 2008
“Scott Reeder & Tyson Reeder” Nuit Banai, Time Out New York, May, 2008
“Tyson Reeder/Scott Reeder” Dmitry Komis, Flash Art, September, 2008
“How I Learned to Love Milwaukee” Donald Morgan, ANP Quarterly, 2008
“Dark Fair” Art in America, April, 2008
“Art of Darkness” Steven Kaplan, Saatchi Online, 2008
“Uptown, Downtown, Fairs Found All Over” Karen Rosenberg, The New York Times, March 29, 2008
“Interview with Scott and Tyson Reeder” NY Arts Magazine, February, 2008
“Scott Reeder” Roberta Smith, The New York Times, February 2, 2007
“In Your Face” Mary Louise Schumacher, Milwaukee Journal Sentinal, 2007
“On the Ground—New York” Matthew Higgs, Artforum, December, 2006
“Two Minds—Scott and Tyson Reeder” Art Review, February, 2006
“Moon Museum” Carla Dunham, Art Papers, July/August, 2005
“Walking on the Museum” Valerie Valentine, Pulse, March 9, 2005
“Artists Create Worlds From Four Color Pens” Mary Louise Schumacher, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, March 7, 2005
“Four Color Pen Show—Chicago” Erik Wenzel, panel-house.com, 2005
“Scott Reeder—Solo Show” Mary Louis Schumacher, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, March 2, 2005
“Four Color Pen Show” Madeleine Nusser, Time Out, March 3, 2005
“Making a Statement” Michael Workman, NewCity, February 22, 2005
“I Something Chicago” Liz Armstrong, The Chicago Reader, February 15, 2005
“Everyone Was There” ArtForum, December, 2004
“Termite Theory” Jerry Saltz, the Village Voice and artnet.com, May 10, 2004
“Blotto, Meet Buzzed” Jerry Saltz, The Village Voice and artnet.com, May 10, 2004
“The Cutting Edge Crashes the Dance Yet Again” Ellen Fox, Chicago Tribune, May 7, 2004
Exhibition catalogue for “Going West,” Jones Center for Contemporary Art, Austin, TX, 2004
“How an Art Scene Became a Youthscape” Benjamin Genocchoio, The New York Times, January 23, 2004
“Entries—Karaoke Death Machine” David Rimanelli, ArtForum, Summer, 2003
“Anyone Can Play” Liz Armstrong, Chicago Reader, June 6, 2003
“Karaoke Death Machine” Ken Johnson, The New York Times, May 25, 2003
“Group Dynamics” Michael Workman, NewCity, May 22, 2003
“Doing Their Own Thing, Making Art Together” Holland Cotter, The New York Times, January 19, 2003
“Laura Owens” Exhibition Catalogue, Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, 2003
“Collectives” Michelle Grabner, EXTRA Spring Issue, 2003
“Calm, Cool, Collective” Mary Louise Schumacher, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, February 8, 2003
“Very New York” Manami Fujimori, BT Magazine, Japan, January, 2003
“Scott Reeder-Circling the Square” Rachel Kushner, Art/Text, Summer, 2002
“Year in Review—Top Ten List” Holland Cotter, The New York Times, December 29, 2002
“Poised to Soar” Susan Snodgrass, Art in America, May, 2002
“Art Fair Future” Pedro Velez, Artnet.com, May 14, 2002
“Chicago Diary” Walter Robinson, Artnet.com, May 14, 2002
“Milwaukee 3000” Nicholas Frank, New Art Examiner, April, 2002
“After American Movie” Peter Margesak, Chicago Reader, June 1, 2001
“The T.V. Eye” Trent Hanson, Milwaukee Orbit, March, 2001
“Pretty Funny” The Boston Globe, February 12, 2001
“Art Makes Merry” ArtsMedia, February 15, 2001
“Next Wave” Robert L. Pincus, Centerpiece, June 8, 2000
“The Next Wave” Christopher Knight, Los Angeles Times, June 12, 2000
“Cameron Martin and Scott Reeder” Bret Maccabe, The Met, April, 2000
“Scott Reeder” The New Yorker, January 25, 1999
“Scott Reeder” Ken Johnson, The New York Times, February 5, 1999
“Scott Reeder” Timothy Liu, New Art Examiner, May, 1999
“The Third Option” David Robbins, The Bicycle Thieves, Danish Contemporary Art Foundation, 1998
“Wanna Buy Some Art?” Michael Bulka, New Art Examiner, July, 1997
“Speed of Painting” Jerry Saltz, Time Out, September, 1996

AWARDS/LECTURES/TEACHING
Associate Professor, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 2003- 2009 
Guest Lecturer Oslo Academy, Norway, 2009
Visiting Professor, American University, Washington DC, 2008
Mary L. Nohl Individual Artist Fellowship, 2007
Guest Lecturer, Pasadena Art Center, Pasadena, 2007
Guest Lecturer, Northwestern University, Chicago, 2007
Selected Artist, Artist Pension Trust, New York, 2006
Guest Lecturer, Wichita State University, 2006
Guest Lecturer, University of Oregon at Eugene, 2006
Guest Panelist, Painting Symposium, Milwaukee Art Museum, 2003
Guest Lecturer, Gallery 400, UIC, Chicago, 2003
Assistant Professor, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 2002
Guest Lecturer, Gallery 400, UIC, Chicago, 2002
Visiting Artist, Northwestern University, Chicago, 2002
Guest Panelist, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, 2002
Visiting Artist, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 2001 
Visiting Artist, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, 2001
Visiting Faculty, Pasadena Art Center, Pasadena, 2000
Visiting Artist, University of Iowa, Iowa City, 1999
Adjunct Faculty, School of the Art Institute of Chicago Guest Lecturer,
      School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 1999
Adjunct Faculty, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1998
Teaching Assistantship, University of Illinois at Chicago, 1997 
Ellen Battell Stoeckel Fellowship, Yale University, 1993

Press

Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago
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