Pamela Jorden and Alex Dodge have artworks included in Art and Design from 1900 to Now at the RISD Museum.
Alex Dodge, Holly Coulis, and Glen Baldridge have works exhibited in a group show at Maki Fine Arts. The exhibition is on view May 13 – June 25, 2023.
Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery will be exhibiting artworks by Alex Dodge, Graham Anderson, Holly Coulis, and Benjamin Butler at Art Brussels 2023, Booth 5B-43.
Alex Dodge has an artwork included in a survey of Josef Albers at the Fleming Museum of Art. Josef Albers – Formulation: Articulation is an exhibition that explores Albers’ color theories and how they have impacted the art world. The exhibition is on view February 7 – May 20, 2023.
Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery will be exhibiting artworks by Alex Dodge, Erika Ranee, Holly Coulis, Joy Curtis, and Kemar Keanu Wynter at NADA Miami 2022, booth 1.05.
Dream Life, a group show featuring work by Alex Dodge at BB&M Gallery in Korea, was reviewed in HypeArt.
Alex Dodge talks with artist Brian Alfred about his early days in Denver’s noise music scene, his process, recurrent themes in his work, and more. Listen to the full conversation here.
Alex Dodge’s first ever public art project is now on view in Columbus, Ohio, as a part of the new Astor Park Project and commissioned by The Pizzuti Companies.
Dodge developed this new text design specifically for these murals, which then allowed him to repurpose it to create recent paintings like “Self-Driving Cars” (on view at in a two person show with Tom LaDuke Miles McEnery Gallery in NYC, through June 4) and “Catastrophic Systems Failure” (on view in a group show curated by Dan Cameron at BB&M Gallery in Seoul, Korea, through July 2)
Alex Dodge has paintings included in Dream Life, a group show at BB&M Gallery in Seoul, South Korea. The exhibition is on view from May 21 – July 2, 2022.
Alex Dodge will be showing a new painting in a group show entitled Around the World, Around the World, curated by William Leung, at Woaw Gallery in Hong Kong. The show will be up through October 23rd, 2021
The Whitney Museum in New York City added two Alex Dodge artworks, Human-Assisted Simulations of a Universal Will to Become (Simulation 9) andFunctional Models of Self Realization (sammai-gumi) 6 (both 2014), to their collection. This brings the total up to four in their permanent collection.