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b. 1985, Corona del Mar, CA
Lives and Works in Los Angeles

2007    BFA. New York University. Tisch School of The Arts.

2011    MBA. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. 



2018    Bummer Island, Last Resort Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark    

2017    Nature, Castor Gallery, New York, NY

            Flaming June VII: Flaming Creatures, GAVLAK, Los Angeles, CA

            Cheap Vacation, GAVLAK, Los Angeles, CA (solo)

2016    For Pete’s Sake, Carl Kostyal, Stockholm, Sweden

            The Barn Show, Johannes Vogt, East Hampton, NY

             Boots Entering the Museum, NADA Preview, New York, NY 

             I Hate Mondays, Mon Cheri, Brussels, Belgium (solo)

             Shackle Me Not, Traaseth Gallery, Oslo, Norway

             No Rain, No Rainbows, GAVLAK, Palm Beach, FL (solo)

2015     Ten Year Anniversary, GAVLAK, Los Angeles, CA

             Michael Manning: And Alterations, Last Resort Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark (solo)

             Caesar Salad, CURA, Rome, Italy (solo)

             Michael Manning: Sticky Bumps, Sommer Contemporary, Tel Aviv, Israel (solo)

             Post Analog Painting, The Hole, New York, New York 

             New Drawings, Levy Delval, Brussels Belgium

2014     Plainly To Propound. GAVLAK, Los Angeles, CA

             Refraction: The Image of Sense. Blain Southern. London.

             Wild Fusion: Vol. IV – Technoeconomicology. Bill Brady Gallery. Kansas City, MO. (solo)

             Episode 14. Middlemarch. Brussels.

             Wild Fusion: Vol. III – WWWHATWWWEDOISSECRET. Carl Kostyal. Stockholm. (solo)

             Wild Fusion: Vol. II – I Want To Believe. Retrospective Gallery. Hudson, NY. (solo)

             Wild Fusion: Vol. I – TOTAL COLLAPSE. American Contemporary. New York. (solo)

             Material Images. Johannes Vogt Gallery. New York.

            Too Soon. Perry Rubenstein Gallery. Los Angeles.

2013    Sheryl Crow Pandora Paintings. Bill Brady KC at NADA Art Fair. Miami Beach (solo).

            Bright & Contemporary. Smart Objects. Los Angeles (solo).

            Over The Valley. Steve Turner Contemporary. Los Angeles.

            Museum of Moving Image. Best of: Fach & Asendorf Gallery. New York.

2012    Bring Your Own Beamer : LA. The Geffen @ Museum of Contemporary Art. Los Angeles.

            ASTRAL PROJECTION ABDUCTION FANTASY. Monstertruck Gallery. Dublin.

            Open Network. Cirrus Gallery. Los Angeles.

2011     GIF GROUP SHOW: FRIENDS. Fach & Asendorf Gallery.  

             Street Show: The Things Between Us. Eyebeam. New York

             A Small Forest. Kunsthalle New. Chicago.

             Self-Love. Copenhagen Place. London.



2017    Pagel, David. “No wallflowers here: Sparks fly when art mingles on the walls of 'Flaming

            June VII',” Los Angeles Times, June 27.

2016    Steven Cox. “In Dialogue”. Hunted Projects.

2015    Alexxa Gotthardt. “Michael Manning Is an Archeologist of Endangered Internet Icons”. Artsy.

2014    Carl Kostyal. “Wild Fusion, VOL. III: WWWHATWWWEDOISSECRET,” Artforum

            Claire Marle Healy. “A day in the life of Michael Manning,” Dazed Digital

            Blackrainbow. “Interview of Michael Manning”, Daily News.   

2013     Lindsay Howard. “Painting by Numbers,” Rhizome

2012    Kyle Chayka. “How Going Viral Has Changed Art,” The Creator Project.

           Creative Bloq Staff. “Phone Arts : Designing with The IPhone,” Computer Arts UK.

2011   Bryan Chaffin. “PhoneArts Celebrates Art Made on IPohines,” The Mac Observer.

           Justin Yu. “ is a free ticket to a cell phone art exhibit,” C-NET.

           WSU Digital. “Turn On, Plug In, Walk Out: How “Street Show” Transforms a Single USB Stick

           Into a Guerrilla Art Gallery,” Artinfo.

          Joel Kuennen. “A Small Forest of Net Art,” ArtSlant.

           Nicholas O'Brien. “Net Art Out of The Past,” Bad At Sports

           Paddy Johnson. “The Decentralization of Art on The Internet: An Imagined History,” Art Fag City

2010   Russell Smith. “Art Made By A Computer, And You,” The Globe and Mail.

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