Mike Cloud

 ( 1974, Chicago)

Né en 1974, à Chicago, États-Unis.
Vit et travaille à Brooklyn, États-Unis.

Formation

2003
MFA, Yale University, School of Art, New Haven, États-Unis

2001
BFA, University of Illinois, School of Art, Chicago, États-Unis

Résidences et prix

2015
Studio Residency, Marie Sharpe-Walentas Studio Program, Brooklyn, USA
Artist Fellowship, New York Foundation for the Arts, New York, USA
Chiaro Award Recipient, Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito, USA
Artist-in-Residence,Vermont College of Fine Arts, Montpelier, USA

2009
Artist-in-Residence, Muelensteen Art Centre, Eindhoven, The Netherlands

2007
Resident Artist, Center for Visual Communication, Miami, USA

2003
Barry Schactman Prize in Painting, Yale University, School of Art, New Haven, USA

2001
Grace Holt Memorial Award in African American Issues, Faculty Award in Art Education, University of Illinois, School of Art, Chicago, USA
Expositions de groupe à la galerie
Inflatable tear, New York
23 Janvier - 24 Février 2018


Exhibitions Personnelles

2018
Mike Cloud: The Myth of Education, Logan Center Exhibitions, Chicago, IL, curated by Yesomi Umolu

2014
Paper Quilts, Olsen Gallery, Bethel University, St. Paul, MN
Bad Faith and Universal Technique, Thomas Erben Gallery, New York, NY

2010
Quiltmaking & Overproduction of Opposites, Meulensteen Gallery, New York, NY
Special Project: Mike Cloud, Good Children Gallery, New Orleans, LA

2008
Agreement and Subjectivity, Max Protetch Gallery, New York, NY

2007
A Eating Phylosophy, Center for Visual Communication, Miami, FL
Celebrating Black History Month, The Gallery at Lincoln Center, New York, NY

2006
Systems, Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, Lincoln, NB
Story Structure, Max Protetch Gallery, New York, NY

2005
Special Project: Mike Cloud, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, New York, NY

2004
Mike Cloud, Max Protetch Gallery, New York, NY

Expositions Collectives

2018
Inflatable Tear, Ceysson & Bénétière, New York, NY

2015
Cyborg, Gallery Zurcher, New York, NY, organisé par Will Corwin
Wind Chimes, Bannerette, Brooklyn, NY, organisé par Shanna Waddel
love child, Ortega y Gasset, Brooklyn, NY, organisé par Eleanna Anagnos
Looking Back/ The 9th White Columns Annual, White Columns, New York, NY, curated by Cleopatra's

2014
IN ON, Heliopolis/Sun City Project Space, Brooklyn, New York, organsé par Baris Gokturk
Saying Yes To Everything Honor Fraser Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Prophetic Diagrams, Cheymore Gallery , Tuxedo Park, NY, organsé par Will Corwin
doubleplusgood, Tuck Under Projects, Minneapolis, MN, organsé par Caroline Kent

2013
Come Together: Surviving Sandy, Year 1, Industry City, Brooklyn, NY, organsé par Phong Bui
Dyeing Merging Multitasking, Ortega y Gasset Projects, Brooklyn, NY, organsé par Leeza Meksin

2012
Things: The Still Life in Contemporary Art, Delaware County Community College, Media, PA, organsé par Bertha Gutman

2011
The Death of Affect, Art Blog Art Blog, New York, NY, organsé par Fran Holstrom & Jeffrey Scott Mathews
February Show, Ogilvy & Mather, New York, NY, organsé par Heather Hart and Jun Lee

2010
Looking Back, White Columns, New York, NY, organsé par Bob Nickas

2009
African Americana, Brennan Gallery, Jersey City, NJ organsé par Kenya Robinson

2008
XXL-Recent Large-Scale Paintings, Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, organsé par Marc Straus
Charismatic Abstraction, Albertine Monroe-Brown Gallery, Kalamazoo, MI, organsé par Don Desmett

2007
Unfathom, Max Protetch Gallery, New York, NY, curated by Stuart Krimco
Project Space: Jesse Chapman / Mike Cloud, Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York, NY, organsé par Amy Greenspon

2006
Frequency, The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, NY, organsé parThelma Golden

2003
Toxic, Max Protetch Gallery, New York, NY, organsé par Josie Browne
Art After the Age of Mechanical Reproduction, Apexart, New York, NY, curated by Eugenie Tsai
Bibliographie (Sélection)

2015
Brown, Becky, "Mike Cloud", Art in America, Jan.
Cotter, Holland. "Review: Independent Art Fair Combines Less Is More and Growth,” The New York Times, Mar 5.
Creahan, D., "New York-"Looking Back: The 9th White Columns Annual" at White Columns Through February 21, 2015", Art Observed, Jan 31.
Freeman, Nate. "Armory Week 2015", The Observer, Mar 5.
Halle, Howard. "The 10 artists every art fan should kow about," Time Out New York, Dec 18.
Smith, Roberta, "Art Exhibitions from Chelsea to the Lower East Side", The New York Times, Jan 29.

2014
Corwin, William, "The Interview Show: Mike Cloud", Clocktower Radio, July 28.
Corwin, William, "Mike Cloud: Bad Faith and Universal Technique", The Brooklyn Rail, Oct 3.
Keeting, Zachary, "Mike Cloud at Thomas Erben Gallery", Gorky's Granddaughter, Sept 22.
McClure, Diana, "Mike Cloud: Bad Faith and Universal Technique", The International Review of African American Art, Oct 17.
Schouweiler, Susannah, ""Paper Quilts" by NYC-based artist Mike Cloud on view at Bethel University", McKnight Arts, Oct 13.

2013
Wozniak, Karla, "Dying Merging Multitasking: An Interview with Mike Cloud", Temporary Art Review (online publication), Sept 4.

2011
Leiby, Sofia, ”Post-Internet Painting and the Death of Affect”, Pool (online publication), Dec 28.

2010
Muelensteen, Edward, ”Quiltmaking & Overproduction of Opposites”, Muelensteen Art Center, February.

2009
Nickas, Bob, “Painting Abstraction”, Phaidon Press, September.

2008
Coburn, Tyler, “Agreement and Subjectivity”, Art Review Magazine, December.
Feinstein, Roni, “Report from Miami: After the Fair(s),” Art in America, March.
Siedell, Daniel, “Charismatic Abstraction”, Western Michigan University Press, (catalogue) November.

2007
Woolridge, Jane, “These Quilts Uncover Imagination,” Miami Herald.com, December 6.
Vernissage TV, “Mike Cloud: A Eating Phylosophy/ Max Protetch Gallery & the Center for Visual Communication” (video interview), December 27.

2006
Cotter, Holland, “Mike Cloud,” The New York Times, January 27.
Stillman, Nick, “Frequency: Studio Museum in Harlem,” The Brooklyn Rail, February 11.
Wolgamott, L. Kent, “Variations on the Visual: Mike Cloud” (pod cast), April.

2005
Smith, Roberta, “Where Issues of Black Identity Meet the Concerns of Every Artist," The New York Times, November 18.

2004
Glueck, Grace. “Mike Cloud,” The New York Times, September 24.