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Mark Harris
Kosuth - Dead Kennedys Installation
9.26.15

Press Release

Mark Harris is an artist, writer, and curator. He was coordinator of critical studies on the MFA at Goldsmiths College, London, from 2013-14 and a critical studies lecturer on the Goldsmiths Fine Art BA from 2012-13. He is visiting faculty at Mount Royal Interdisciplinary MFA, MICA, Baltimore and a Professor of Art in the School of Art, DAAP, University of Cincinnati. Mark Harris’s degrees include MA in Painting from The Royal College of Art, London; MA in Continental Philosophy from University of Warwick, Coventry; and PhD in Philosophy from Goldsmiths College, London.

In 2005 he received an Arts Council England Fellowship with the Long March Project, Beijing. Recent exhibitions of his work include “State Fare” (Wexner Center, Columbus, 2007), “Utopian-Bands,” (2 kolegas, Beijing, 2006; and Weston Art Gallery, Cincinnati, 2008), “Morning Star” (Country Club Gallery, Cincinnati, 2010), “London Open” Whitechapel Gallery, London (2012), “High Times” at the Wellcome Collection, London (2011), Baltimore Contemporary Museum (2011), “Dial Collect” at SOMArts, San Francisco (2013), Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts (2014), Cherry & Lucic,Portland, OR, (2015), Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati (2015). He has been performing his ‘Bad Music Seminars’ at various venues in London in 2015, and has upcoming exhibitions in Cincinnati and San Francisco.

In 2009 he received a Warhol Foundation/Creative Capital Art Writers Grant. Recent published essays include “Pipilotti Rist's Music” for the Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, “Chelsea Hotel, March 14, 2008” on Marcia Farquhar's performance work, “The City Sings,” on Heather Phillipson’s video work, and “Marcia Hafif: Glaze Paintings”. He has contributed an essay to “The Countercultural Experiment: Consciousness and Encounters at the Edge of Art,” 2011 by University of Minnesota Press. He has been a contricuting reviewer to Art Monthly and Artforum.com.

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Mark Harris Kosuth - Dead Kennedys Installation Mark Harris Kosuth - Dead Kennedys Installation Mark Harris Kosuth - Dead Kennedys Installation
Mark Harris Kosuth - Dead Kennedys Installation Mark Harris Kosuth - Dead Kennedys Installation

Mark Harris
Kosuth - Dead Kennedys Installation
9.26.15

Press Release

Mark Harris is an artist, writer, and curator. He was coordinator of critical studies on the MFA at Goldsmiths College, London, from 2013-14 and a critical studies lecturer on the Goldsmiths Fine Art BA from 2012-13. He is visiting faculty at Mount Royal Interdisciplinary MFA, MICA, Baltimore and a Professor of Art in the School of Art, DAAP, University of Cincinnati. Mark Harris’s degrees include MA in Painting from The Royal College of Art, London; MA in Continental Philosophy from University of Warwick, Coventry; and PhD in Philosophy from Goldsmiths College, London.

In 2005 he received an Arts Council England Fellowship with the Long March Project, Beijing. Recent exhibitions of his work include “State Fare” (Wexner Center, Columbus, 2007), “Utopian-Bands,” (2 kolegas, Beijing, 2006; and Weston Art Gallery, Cincinnati, 2008), “Morning Star” (Country Club Gallery, Cincinnati, 2010), “London Open” Whitechapel Gallery, London (2012), “High Times” at the Wellcome Collection, London (2011), Baltimore Contemporary Museum (2011), “Dial Collect” at SOMArts, San Francisco (2013), Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts (2014), Cherry & Lucic,Portland, OR, (2015), Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati (2015). He has been performing his ‘Bad Music Seminars’ at various venues in London in 2015, and has upcoming exhibitions in Cincinnati and San Francisco.

In 2009 he received a Warhol Foundation/Creative Capital Art Writers Grant. Recent published essays include “Pipilotti Rist's Music” for the Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, “Chelsea Hotel, March 14, 2008” on Marcia Farquhar's performance work, “The City Sings,” on Heather Phillipson’s video work, and “Marcia Hafif: Glaze Paintings”. He has contributed an essay to “The Countercultural Experiment: Consciousness and Encounters at the Edge of Art,” 2011 by University of Minnesota Press. He has been a contricuting reviewer to Art Monthly and Artforum.com.

markharrisstudio.com

Mark Harris Kosuth - Dead Kennedys Installation Mark Harris Kosuth - Dead Kennedys Installation
Mark Harris Kosuth - Dead Kennedys Installation Mark Harris Kosuth - Dead Kennedys Installation
Mark Harris Kosuth - Dead Kennedys Installation