Ian Pedigo, Blue Pale, Yellow Sun Center, 2020water-based pigment on plaster with marble dust on primed wood13 × 11 ¼ inches, 33.02 × 28.58 cm
Ian Pedigo, Three Red Stars, 2020water-based pigment on plaster with marble dust on primed wood10 ¾ × 6 ¾ inches, 27.31 × 17.15 cm cm
Ian Pedigo, Two Blue Morninglights, 2020water-based pigment on plaster with marble dust on primed wood6 ¾ × 10 inches, 17.15 × 25.40 cm
Ian Pedigo, Comet Tails, 2020water-based pigment on plaster with marble dust on primed wood9 ⅜ × 6 ¾ inches, 23.81 × 17.15 cm
Ian Pedigo, Fire Triangle, 2018glass, bone, plastic, acrylic latex, plaster, stucco, marble dust11.25 x 15 x 6 inches, 28.58 x 38.10 x 15.24 cm
Ian Pedigo, Auric Tongue Unburial, 2017-2018leather, vinyl, rubber, acrylic latex, plaster, stucco, marble dust38 x 48 inches
Ian Pedigo, Removed from the Sky, 2018wood, fabric, acrylic latex, plaster, marble dust72 x 40 x 32 inches, 182.88 x 101.60 x 81.28 cm
Ian Pedigo, Cloudbust Autoist, 2018aluminum, acrylic latex, metal, wood, plaster, marble dust10 x 8 x 6 inches, 25.40 x 20.32 x 15.24 cm
Ian Pedigo, Rain Vessel, 2018glass, metal, plastic, foam, metal, wood, acrylic latex, plaster, marble dust13 x 14 x 6 inches, 33.02 x 35.56 x 15.24 cm
Ian Pedigo, Waves, 2018conch shell, plastic, foam, metal, wood, acrylic latex, plaster marble dust15 x 10 x 3.75 inches
Ian Pedigo, Curve, 2014Bone, shoe laces, cotton fabric, wood33.75 x 24 x 2.75 inches
Ian Pedigo, China Mountains Abbey Ruin Fountain, 2014c-print face-mounted to plexi, wood, stain55 x 38 x 4 inches, 139.7 x 96.5 x 10.2 cm
Ian Pedigo, Armour, 2014plastic, metal, fabric, wood, glass56.5 x 34 x 12 inches, 143.5 x 86.4 x 30.5 cm
Ian Pedigo, Spine, 2013bone, shoelaces, fabric, wood36.5 x 20.5 x 3 inches, 92.7 x 52.1 x 7.6 cm
Ian Pedigo, Victorian Remains Interior Bridge, 2012face-mounted c-print on shipping pallet42 x 39 x 3 inches, 106.7 x 99.1 7.6 cm
Ian Pedigo, Drawing Component for Feature Film, 2012lighting gels, wood, iron oxide solution, bone as, pigment38 x 33 x 12 inches

Biography

b. Anchorage, Alaska
lives and works in New York

Education

2002
M.F.A., The University of Texas at Austin.

2001
International Summer Academy of Fine Arts, Salzburg, Austria.

Solo Exhibitions

2016
A Body in Latency, Sala Diaz in San Antonio, Texas

2015
Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, New York, NY
The Arrows Like Soft Moonbeams, 65Grand, Chicago, IL

2014
Cosmopolitan Sleep Positions, Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, New York, NY

2013
Eyes Fixed Upon Pictures, Abrons Art Center, New York, NY

2012
In A Shaded Corner of the Room…, curated by Laura Mott, Galleri Rotor, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

2011
Dragged Fondly Into the Woods, Rokeby, London
Dawn Goes by Round the Neck, Klaus von Nichtssagend, New York, NY
Solo Project, curated by Marco Antonini, Nurture Art, Brooklyn, NY
A Mouth Which Shouts is a Cave for the Hand, 65Grand, Chicago, IL
Office Hours, Forever & Today, NYC
Living Daylights, Cress Gallery of Art, University of Tennessee Chattanooga, TN

2010
Accumulations of Matter, Klaus von Nichtssagend, Brooklyn, NY

2009
Those that Float Because They are Light, SAAG, Alberta, Canada
Rokeby Gallery, London, England
The State Of Before As A Form, Cardenas Bellanger, Paris, France

2008
Left in the Open Terraces, 65 Grand, Chicago
On Balance Volume, Pianissimo, Milan, Italy
Titanium Pro, Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2007
Suddenly Cast from Grayness, 65Grand Gallery, Chicago

2006
Original Products Have Lapsed, Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Group Exhibitions

2018
Climate of New York, curated by Andrew Arnot, Milton Art Bank in Milton, PA

2016
Objecty, Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York
The Art of Now, The Hearst Galleries, Hearst Tower, New York

2015
American Pharoahs, curated by William Crump, TSA, Brooklyn, NY

2014
Ad Infinitum, curated by Brian Barr and Lauren Rice, The Katzen Art Center, American University, Washington DC
Endless Care, curated by Sheryl Oppenheim, Small Editions, Brooklyn, NY
Site/Displace, Kristen Lorello Gallery, NYC

2013
Suddenly, There: Discovery of the Find, curated by Eileen Jeng and Tamas Veszi, Garis & Hahn, New York
Paint Off, Paint On, Halsey Mckay Gallery, East Hampton, NY
Void, Super Dakota Gallery, Brussels, Belgium
Braccia, MAN museo, in collaboration with Alessandro Biggio, Nuoro, Sardinia, Italy, traveling to Museo Marino Marini in Florence, Italy
Limber: Spatial Painting Practices, curated by Jost Munster Herbert Road Gallery,Canterbury, UK, traveling to Grandes Galeries ESADHaR in Rouen, France
Work, Klaus von Nichtssagend, New York
Black Rabbit, White Hole, curated by Amy Thoner, Samuel Freeman Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2012
your sun, and shadow, curated by Michael Jones McKean, Anderson Gallery, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond
Tailgates and Substitutes, Thierry Goldberg, New York

2011
Related Clues, Inman Gallery, Houston, TX
A Horse with No Legs Still Makes Him a Winner, Recess Activities, New York
Repurposed, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA
Voluntary Sculptures, LM Projects, Los Angeles
The Working Title, curated by Kris Chatterson and Vince Contarino, the Bronx River Art Center, NY
We Are, curated by Marco Antonini, Nurture Art, Brooklyn, NY

2010
The Every Other Day, curated by Donald Johnson-Montenegro, Ideobox Artspace, Miami, FL
Let the Nouns Fool Around, curated by Jen Schwarting, Pace University Gallery, New York
REHAB, curated by Bénédicte Ramade, EDF Fondation (Espace Electra), Paris, France
Reconstruct +Deconstruction, curated by Jade Walker, Visual Arts Center, Austin, TX
Ballad of the Non-Specific Object, curated by Anjali Gupta, David Shelton Gallery, San Antonio, TX

2009
David Gilbert, Ian Pedigo, Jessica Stockholder, Klaus Von Nichtssagend, Brooklyn, NY
Rubber Sheets, curated by Nick Knight, C.R.E.A.M. projects, New York
Sick Shape, curated by Jon Lutz, Daily Operation, New York

2008
About, Auto-Italia South East, London
The Gentle Art of Collapsing the Expanded Field, curated by Chris Sharp, Cardenas Bellanger, Paris, France
Everything vs. Nothing, Franklin Parrasch Gallery, New York
Accident Blackspot, curated by Jim Lee and Rob Nadeau, Markus Winter, Berlin, traveling to Freight and Volume Gallery, New York

2007
Stubborn Materials, curated by Simone Subal, Peter Blum, New York
Circumventing the City, curated by Rachel Uffner, D’amelio Terras, New York
Automatic, curated by Chris Churchill, Franklin Parrasch Gallery, New York
Between the Clock and the Bed, curated by Pamela Jorden, David Patton Los Angeles, Los Angeles

2006
Forth Estate Editions, Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2005
Oktuber to Decumber, Moti Hasson Gallery, New York
EAF06 Socrates Sculpture Park, Long Island City, New York
Bob Jones/Ian Pedigo , 65Grand, Chicago
Avion, 65Grand Gallery, Chicago, IL
CRG Gallery presents: Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, CRG Gallery, New York
Greater Brooklyn, curated by Glen Baldridge and Alex Dodge,CRG Gallery, New York
AIM 25, Amy Rosenblum Martin, and Lidia Yee, Bronx Museum of the Arts, New York (catalogue)

2004
Queens International, curated by Hitomi Iwasaki, Queens Museum of Art, New York(catalogue)
Testsite 04.2, Fluent Collaborative, Austin, TX
Tactile Film, 65 Hope Street Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2003
Camp: Shelters Now and Then, Le Petit Versailles, New York
5 x 7, Arthouse at the Jones Contemporary, Austin, TX (touring)

2002
Duo, University of Dallas, TX
22 to Watch, curated by Dana Friis-Hansen, Austin Museum of Art (catalogue)

2001
Rueckgabestelle (a group project), Galerie 5020, Salzburg, Austria
Window View, installation at the Hohensalzburg Fortress, Salzburg, Austria

Publications
2011
Sharp, Chris (essay), Davies, Lillian (interview), Ian Pedigo, monograph, published by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada

Bibliography

2016
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2015
Durón, Maximilíano, “Ian Pedigo”, ArtNews, November.
Tinari, Anastasia Karpova.  Review: “Ian Pedigo at 65Grand”, Newcity Art,  May 10.
Conde Nast Traveller, “New York Art Gallery Guide: Lower East Side and Chinatown”, March

2014
Canning, Susan, “Competition in Common: Art around New York”, Sculpture Magazine, December.
McAdam, Barbara, “Stories That Never End”, ArtNews, March.
Vartanian, Hrag, “Best of 2014, Top 20 NYC Shows, Hyperallergic, December 24.
Art in America,  “The Lookout: Ian Pedigo at Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery”, April 9.
Maier, Allison.  “Sculptural Sorcery:  Ian Pedigo’s Assemblages of the Natural and Manufactured.”, Hyperallergic, March 19.

2013
Smith, Roberta.  “Work”,  New York Times, July 18.
Vartanian, Hrag, “NADA’s New Grown-Up Look”, Hyperallergic, May 13.
Goings on About Town: Art, The New Yorker, January 14.

2012
8 Things to do in the New York Art World, GalleristNY,  December 13.
Wilson, Michael, “Ian Pedigo, Klaus Von Nichtssagend”, Artforum, December.

2011
Crumb, Michael, “The Viewer as Participant”, The Chattanooga Pulse, February 24.
Nichols, Ann, “Ian Pedigo is visiting artist in UTC’S Marek Artist Series, Chattanooga Times Free Press, February 6.

2010
Maine, Stephen, “Ian Pedigo at Klaus Von Nichtssagend”, Art in America, June
Goings on About Town: Art, The New Yorker, February 8.

2009
Ian Pedigo: Totemic Architectures, Shifting Grounds, Canadian Art, November 5.
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2008
Artner, Alan G. “Works’ Beauty is in Their Simplicity and Deceptiveness”, Chicago Tribune, October 17.
Lund, Karsten. “Ian Pedigo: Left in the Open Terraces”, Flavorpill Chicago, October 7.
Mizrahi, Isaac, “Isaac’s Favorites”, IsaacMizrahi, July 18.
“Minimal Low Tech”, Beautiful Decay, July 7.
Sharp, Chris, “Ian Pedigo”, Frieze Magazine, May 22.
Smith, Roberta, “Listings: Ian Pedigo: “Titanium Pro, New York Times, April 11.
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Bentley, Kyle,“Weekend Picks”, Artinfo, March 27.
Kilston, Lyra, “Unmonumental: The Object in the 21st Century”, …might be good, issue 94, March 7.
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2007
Sholis, Brian, “Conventional Center”, Scene & Heard, Artforum, December 6.
“Huma Bhabha”, ARTFORUM, December.
MacAdam, Barbara A., “Object Overruled”, ARTnews, December, pp 124-127
Hudson, Suzanne, “Stubborn Materials”, Artforum, November.
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Smith, Roberta. “In These Shows, the Material Is the Message”, New York Times, August 10.
Baker, R.C. “Best in Show”, The Village Voice, August 14.
“Circumventing the City”, The New Yorker, August 10.
Maine, Stephen. “Their Dark Materials”, The New York Sun, July 12.
Foumberg, Jason. “Ian Pedigo, sculptures”, New City Chicago, March 30.
Wenzel, Erik, “Bob Jones and the Push Toward a Raw Refinement”, Art or Idioc, January 22.

2006
Wagner, James, “Forth Estate at Klaus Von Nichtssagend, James Wagner.com, December 21.
Hinkel, Joanne. “A Royal Treat”, Center Stage Chicago, October 9.
Bentley, Kyle. “Critic’s Picks: Ian Pedigo”, Artforum, June 6.

2005
Smith, Roberta. “Art in Review: Greater Brooklyn”, The New York Times. July 8.
Wagner, James, “The CRG Gallery Goes to Brooklyn”, jameswagner, June 10.
Robinson, Walter. “Artnet News”, Artnet, May 19.
Howard, Christopher. “Queens International 2004”, The Brooklyn Rail, February.
flavorpill Chicago, Bob Jones and Ian Pedigo, issue 105, September 19-25
CRG Presents Klaus Von Nichtssagend Gallery, This Week in New York, Volume 6, Number 7, July 19 — August 2

2004
Robinson, Walter, “Weekend Update”, Artnet, November 24.
Van Ryzin, Jeanne Claire, “Inside Arts”, XLENT weekly, Austin American Statesman, November 11.

2003
Bryan, Dave, “Go Go Pedigo!, Glasstire Visual Arts News, August 21.

2002
Van Ryzin, Jeanne Claire, “Shades of the Future”, XLENT weekly, Austin American-Statesman, April 11.

Awards

2017
Pollack-Krasner Foundation Grant

2006
Emerging Artists Fellowship, Socrates Sculpture Park, Long Island City, NY

2005
AIM Program, Bronx Museum of Art

2003
Artists (Web) Space Artist, Artists Space, New York

Collections
Whitney Museum of American Art

Press

Exhibitions