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Mark
Michael Stamm
Born in Evanston, IL
Lives in Brooklyn, NY

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SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2021 - “so super sorry sir”, Shulamit Nazarian, Los Angeles, CA
2018 - Mediation Inc, DC Moore Gallery, New York, NY
2016 - Just Like This Please, Thierry Goldberg Gallery, New York, NY

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2021 - Contemporary Domesticity, Taymour Granhe, London
2020 - Psycho, Easthampton Shed, Brooklyn, New York
2019 - The Procession, Shulamit Nazarian @ VACATION, New York
2019 - Drinking The Reflection, Russo Lee, Portland, Oregon
2019 - Lorarium, Deli Gallery, Brooklyn
2019 - Roommates, Shulamit Nazarian, Los Angeles
2018 - Scorpio Rising, Marvin Gardens, Brooklyn
2018 - Cat Lady, Teen Party Gallery, Brooklyn
2018 - ’01’, pm______am, London
2018 - Line-Up, DC Moore Gallery, New York
2018 - A Rose is A Rose is A Rose, Jack Hanley Gallery, New York
2018 - Intimacy, Yossi Milo Gallery, New York, New York
2018 - Living Still, Transmitter Gallery, Brooklyn, New York
2018 - Metaxis Uber Pool, Hilde Gallery, Houston, Texas
2018 - Secret Gay Box, SPRING/BREAK Art Show, New York, New York
2017 - Embodiment, DC Moore Gallery, New York
2017 - Cats Without Claws, Mom's, New York
2017 - Six Years of the Shandaken Project, Phillips, New York
2016 - Sister Outsider, Underdonk, Brooklyn
2016 - DARK MIMES, ASHES/ASHES, Los Angeles
2016 - The Seventh Guest, Galerie Tobias Naehring, Leipzig
2016 - Me, My, Mine, DC Moore Gallery, New York
2016 - This Condition, Regina Rex, New York
2015 - Deep End, The Wassaic Project, Wassaic, NY
2014 - Beyond the Pale, Interstate, Brooklyn
2013 - Umbra, Leroy Neiman Gallery at Columbia University, New York

SELECTED PRESS/BIBLIOGRAPHY:
2021 - Artforum, Interview with Brian Green, February 18th, @
2021 - Juxtapoz, January 21, @
2020 - Art in Culture, November, “Melancholy for Love,” November 
2019 - The Seen, Celia Glastris, August 1, @
2019 - Art and Cake LA, Lorraine Heitzman, "Compatible Roommates," August 18,@
2019 - Autre Magazine, July 26th, @
2018 - Precog Magazine, "Interview with Iman Raad and Michael Stamm", Volume 4
2018 - Dazed, Olly Telling, "Four Artists Busting the Stereotype that Queer Art has to be Gloom and Doom," July 19th, @
2018 - Filthy Dreams, Emily Colucci, "I Feel A Vague Nausea: Anxiety and Fragmented Bodies..." June 16th, @
2018 - The New Yorker, April 23rd, @
2018 - Art in America, "Multiple Identities: Michael Stamm's Playlist," February 28th, @
2018 - Painters on Painting, "Keiran Brennan Hinton on Michael Stamm," January 29th, @
2018 - Art in America,  Eric Sutphin, First Look, February, @
2018 - Village Voice, "The Exquisite Therapy of Michael Stamm's Paintings," R.C. Baker, January 25th, @
2018 - Blouin Artinfo, January 22nd, @
2018 - Artforum, Alex Jovanovich, Critic's Pick, January 19th, @
2018 - The New Yorker, January 15th, @
2017 - The New Yorker, November 29th, @
2017 - Artsy, Stephen Truax, "Why Young Queer Artists Are Trading Anguish For Joy," @
2017 - New American Paintings Northeast #128, @
2016 - Maake Magazine, Issue 3
2016 - KUNST MAG, Nadja Naumann, July 12, @
2016 - Hamptons Art Hub, June 26 @
2016 - Little Star Weekly, June 17 @
2016 - Observer, Ryan Steadman, 9 Things to Do in New York’s Art World, June 13 @
2015 - Art F City, Paddy Johnson, "Gloom, Doom and Glory at the Wassaic Project," June 18 @
2011 - Petite Mort: Recollections of a Queer Public, Carlos Motta @

RESIDENCIES/AWARDS
2018 - NYFA Fellowship in Painting
2018 - Lighthouse Works, Fishers Island, NY
2018 - Macdowell Colony, Petersborough, NH
2017 - The Mountain School of Arts, Los Angeles, CA
2016 - Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, NY
2016 - John Imber Painting Fellowship - Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT
2014 - The Wassaic Project, Wassaic, NY
2010 - Rachel Wetszeon Prize, Columbia University

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
2019 - Visiting Critic, New York Academy of Art, New York, NY
2017 - Visiting Critic, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA

EDUCATION
Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture 2016
MFA NYU 2016
MA (English Literature) Columbia University
BA Wesleyan University