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Pat Perry (b. Michigan, 1991) is an American visual artist primarily painting, drawing, photographing, and installing large-scale outdoor mural installations.

Throughout the 2010’s, a series of sketchbooks and photos documenting years of traveling itinerantly around the United States, accidentally became some of Perry’s most well-known works. Simultaneously, his large-scale works and posters have called attention to various social causes through collaborations with groups such as the Beehive Design Collective, AptArts, No More Deaths, and the UN High Commissioner For Refugees.

In 2018, Perry’s largest body of paintings debuted as a solo exhibition titled, National Lilypond Songs at UICA in Grand Rapids, Michigan. In early 2020, several of the works were exhibited alongside new works in a solo exhibition titled, Song and Dance at Takashi Murakami’s Hidari Zingaro gallery in Tokyo.

Perry’s ongoing series of Recital works use a fictional group of performers to animate the social and emotional effects of 21st century technologies, as well as the epistemic limits of individual meaning-making. The works include paintings, drawings, and installations of life-size performers on interstate medians and roadsides throughout the Midwest. Pat works and lives in a small downtown neighborhood on Detroit’s East Side.

Contact:
hello@patperry.net
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Legal Representation:
Roger C. Thompson, (616) 340-3730

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SOLO SHOWS

2020 Song and Dance, Hidari Zingaro Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

2018 National Lilypond Songs, UICA, Grand Rapids, MI

2016 The House You Came From, Dorothy Circus Gallery, Rome, Italy


GROUP SHOWS

2020 Context, Hashimoto Contemporary at Art Basel, Miami, FL

2019 Printmaking as Resistance, Morgan Conservatory, Cleveland, OH

2019 Supersonic Invitational, Hashimoto Contemporary, San Francisco, CA

2016 The Detroiter, Heron Arts, San Francisco, CA

2015 Manifest Justice, Los Angeles, CA

2014 Miscellanea, Martha Otero Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2012 Annual Group Show, CAVE Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2012 Monsters and Bikes, Chicago Academy of Science, Chicago, IL

2012 Cabin-Time, Calvin Gallery, Grand Rapids, MI

2012 End of the World, Compound Gallery, Portland, OR

2011 Removing the Safety Net, CAVE Gallery Los Angeles

2011 Stroke Art Fair, Berlin, Germany

2011 Superheroes SF, D-Structure, San Francisco, CA

PRESS

2019 Juxtapoz Magazine (Winter 2019 Issue)

2016 Communication Arts Annual

2016 When We Fight We Win! 21st Century Social Movements and the Activists That Are Transforming Our World

2015 Hi Fructose Vol. 35

2015 The Moth Arts and Literature

2013 Juxtapoz Magazine

2013 World War III Illustrated Vol. 44

2012 Lamono Magazine

2012 Stonecutter Issue 3

2012 IdN magazine Vol. 18

2012 Slice Magazine, cover artist

2011 Domestic Etch


SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS

2018 Picnic Arts Conference, Mexico City, Mexico

2016 Street Art in Detroit Panel Discussion, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

2015 OFFF Montreal, Montreal, Quebec

2015 OFFF Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain

2014 MAD by Domestika, Madrid, Spain

2013 OFFF Barcelona, Barcelona Spain


SPECIAL PROJECTS AND COMMISSIONS

2019 mural commission for MetroTunnel, Rail Projects Victoria, City of Melbourne, AU

2019 mural collaborations with UNHCR/AptArts/refugee youth, Iraq

2018 mural collaboration with UNHCR/AptArts/refugee youth, Sulaymaniyah, Iraq

2017 Seawalls Churchill, Churchill, Manitoba

2017 UPEArts mural commission, Helsinki, Finland

2017 Seawalls Napier, New Zealand

2013 LoveME Collective, Artist Residency, Berlin, Germany

2012 National Parks Residency, Katmai National Park, Alaska

EDITORIAL CLIENTS

The New York Times

BBC

The Guardian

Science News

VICE Magazine

Twitter

Atlantic Records

Virginia Quarterly Review

Sony//Epic Records

Car and Driver

Malibu Magazine

California Sunday Magazine

Contagious Magazine

California Wildlife Center



Interviews:
Juxtapoz
Communication Arts
Street Art United States