Michael SCOTT
(b. 1958, American)
Michael Scott works on large enamel-on-aluminum paintings whose lines initially created visual effects such as moiré patterns and the illusion of multiple plains with a hypnotic and peaceful quality. Like On Kawara, Scott sees his work as performative, calling it a “meditative practice or performance” with a “very optical end result.” Working with tape and paint, Scott marks off sections of canvas before coating it with paint—effectively highlighting positive and negative space. The meaning of his work is as much generated by absence and pause as it is by a positive presence of form.

New York-based artist Michael Scott was born in Paoli, Pennsylvania in 1958. He received his BA from Hamilton College in Clinton, NY. He studied at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in Maine and then received his MFA from Hunter College in New York City.
1983: MFA, Hunter College, New York, NY
1981: BA, Hamilton College, Clinton, NY, Phi Beta Kappa
1980: Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture, Skowhegan, Maine
Solo Exhibitions
2018: Galerie Xippas, Paris, France
2018: Galerie Xippas, Geneva, Switzerland
2017: "Michael Scott: Recent Painting and Sculpture", Sandra Gering Gallery, New York, NY
2015: Laurent Strouk, Paris, France (catalogue)
2014: Galerie Xippas, Geneva, Switzerland
2014: "Michael Scott - to Present", Circuit, Lausanne, Switzerland
2013: “Black and White Paintings 2012-2013”, Triple V Gallery, Paris, France
2012: “Black and Blue”, Paolo Vedovi Gallery, Brussels, Belgium
2012: “Black and White Line Paintings 1989-2011”, Gering López, New York, NY
2011: Witzenhausen Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
2010: Triple V Gallery, Paris, France
2009: “And Then He Tried To Swallow The World”, Gering & López Gallery, New York, NY
Two Person Exhibitions
2015: "Courants Alternatifs", Matthew McCaslin, Triple V Gallery, Paris, France
2014: "Michael Scott and John Chamberlain, A Conversation”, Sandra Gering, New York, NY
2011: Dan Walsh, The Haverford School, Haverford, PA
2010: “The Inner Eye”, with Roland Schimmel, Witzenhausen Gallery, New York, NY
2002: Toby Kilpatrick, Central Connecticut State University, New Britain, CT
1998: Steven Parrino, Art & Public, Geneva, Switzerland
Group Exhibitions
2019: “Daedalus’ Choice”, Galerie Xippas, Paris, France
2019: “New York: The Nineties; Part Two”, Le Consortium, Dijon, France (May)
2018: "Beyond Black and White", curated by Li Trincere and Henry Brown, Westbeth Gallery, New York
2018: Sophis Gallery, Seoul, South Korea
2017: "Séquence 67/intérieur nuit (Sequence 67/interior night)", Triple V, Paris, France
2017: "Color Block", Triple V gallery, Paris, France
2017: “Zeitgeist”, MAMCO, Geneva, Switzerland
2017: "Pattern Recognition", Renos Xippas Gallery, Paris, France
2016: AftermodernisM”, Nicole Ripka Gallery, curated by Neumann Wolfson art, Watermill, NY
2016: “Le Tour de l’exposition”, Triple V, Paris, France
2016: “GVA<->JFK”, curated by Lionel Bovier, MAMCO, Geneva, Switzerland
2016: "Inaugural Show", Triple V, Paris, France (catalogue)br /> 2016: “All Over”, curated by Samuel Gross, Galeries Lafayette gallery, Paris, France
2015: “AbstrAccion”, Renos Xippas, Montevideo, Uruguay
2015: “30 / 130”, Bob Nickas at White Columns, White Columns, New York, NY
2015: “Breaking Pattern”, curated by Matthew Delegete, Minus Space, New York, NY and Schneider Museum of Art, Ashland, Oregon
2015: “Geometric Obsession, American School 1965-2015”, MACBA, Buenos Aires, Argentina (catalogue)
2015: "Iterations", Stephanie Theodore Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2005: Art & Public (cabinet space), Geneva, Switzerland
2004: J. Walter Thompson, New York, NY
2003: Jay Decker Projects, New York, NY
1998: Project Room, Sandra Gering Gallery, New York, NY
1996: Project Room, Sandra Gering Gallery, New York, NY
Public Collections
Le Consortium, Dijon, France
Le FRAC Nord-Pas de Calais, Dunkerque, France
MAMCO, Geneva, Switzerland
Le Musée Cantonal des Beaux-Arts, Lausanne, Switzerland
Kunsthalle Bern, Bern, Switzerland
Fonds Cantonal d’Art Contemporain, Switzerland
Musee des baux-arts, la Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland
MACBA, Buenos Aires, Argentina
LACMA(Los Angeles County Museum of Art), Los Angeles, USA

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