Lives and works in New York, NY
2004 MFA, Columbia University, New York, NY
1998 BFA, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
- “Postcards & Calendars,” Altman Siegel Gallery, San Francisco, CA
- “New Windows,” D’Amelio Terras, New York, NY
- “Now’s the Time,” Anna Helwing Gallery, Los Angeles CA
- “Any Day Now, D’Amelio Terras, New York, NY
- “M R A I T C T H A A N M D Y”, Matt Keegan and Richard Aldrich with Amy Granat, Mandrake, Los Angeles, CA
- “From You to Me and Back Again,” Wallspace Gallery, New York, NY
- How to Make a Portrait, Nicole Klagsbrun (Project Room), New York, NY; White Columns, New York, NY
- “Thank You Auckland and Goodnight,” rm. 3, Auckland, New Zealand
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITION
- “Pictures & Statues”, Country Club, Cincinnati, OH
- “Younger than Jesus,” New Museum, New York, NY
- “Reach of Realism,” Moca Miami, Miami, FL
- “Interim in Three Rounds,” curated by Jason Murison, Friedrich Petzel, New York, NY
- “Picturing the Studio,” School of the Art Institute Chicago, Chicago, IL
- “Phot(o)bjects,” Presentation House, Vancouver, Canada
- “A Wild Night and a New Road,” Altman Siegel Gallery SF, San Francisco, CA
- “Separate Entities,” Museum 52, New York, NY
- “The Garden of Forking Paths,” Maisterravalbuena, Madrid, Spain
- “Optimism,” Westport Art Center, Westport, CT
- “Democracy in America: The National Campaign,” organized by Creative Time, New York, NY
- “Communication Breakdown, Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York, NY; Galerie Impaire, Paris, France
- “Catawampus (for H.D.), Midway Contemporary Art, Minneapolis, MN
- “Intimacy”, curated by Anne Pasternak, The Fireplace Project, East Hampton, NY
- “Imaginary Thing,” curated by Peter EleeyAspen Art Museum, Aspen, CO
- “Rental”, curated by Haley Mellin, New York, NY
- “Not so subtle subtitle”, curated by Matthew Brannon Casey Kaplan, New York, NY
- “Bendover/Hangover: An Evening with Cinema Zero”, curated by Amy Granat, White Flag Projects, St. Louis, MO
- “11 Sessions”, with Karin Schneider and John Miller, Orchard, New York, NY
- “Pawnshop,” organized by e-flux, New York, NY; Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen Rotterdam, Rotterdam, The Netherlands; Beijing, China
- “The Leisure Suite,” curated by Martin Basher, Leroy Neiman Gallery, Columbia University, New York, NY
- “I AM Eyebeam, curated by Melanie Schiff and Lorelei Stewart, Gallery 400, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL
- “Catawampus (for H.D.),” Shane Campbell Gallery, Oak Park, IL
- “NeoIntegrity,” curated by Keith Mayerson, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY
- “Funny Shadows,” curated by Dinaburg Arts, Clifford Chance US, New York, NY
- “Elastic Paintings and Transparent Partition: An exhibition by Karin Schneider, Forde, L’Usine, Geneva, Switzerland,” Curated by Sarina Basta Alabama, in collaboration with Leslie Hewitt, Office Baroque Gallery, Antwerp, Belgium
- “Please Love Me”, curated by Santiago Cucullu and Nicholas Frank, Walker’s Point Center for the Arts, Milwaukee, WI
- “How I Finally Accepted Fate”, curated by Jason Murison, EFA Gallery, New York, NY
- “Bring the War Home,” Elizabeth Dee Gallery, New York, NY; QED, Los Angeles, CA
- “A Rabbit as King of the Ghosts,” Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York, NY
- “Mystic River,” SouthFirst:ART, Brooklyn, NY; Arcadia University Art Gallery, Glenside, PA
- “Supports,” Roger Bjorkholmen Galleri, Stockholm, Sweden
- “Shape Shifters,” China Art Objects Galleries, curated by Amy Yao, Los Angeles, CA
- “A Walk in the Park,” Sculpture Center, curated by Anthony Huberman, Long Island City, NY
- “Bebe Le Strange,” D’Amelio Terras, curated by Rachel Uffner and Barb Choit, New York, NY
- “lesser new york,” a Fia Backström production, Brooklyn, NY
- “Log Cabin,” Artists Space, curated Jeffrey Uslip, New York, NY
- “A/C,” Elizabeth Dee Gallery, New York, NY
- “LTTR Explosion!,” Art in General (in collaboration with Xylor Jane), organized by Emily Roysdon, K8 Hardy, and Ginger Takahashi, New York, NY
- “Hung, Drawn, and Quartered,” Team Gallery, curated by Miriam Katzeff, New York, NY
- “Silhouette,” Momenta Art, Brooklyn, NY
- “Columbia University’s MFA Thesis Exhibition,” Studebaker Building, curated by Ali Subotnick, New York, NY
- “The Outlaw Series,” Fortunato Brother’s Bakery, organized by Lisa Kirk, Brooklyn, NY
- “Catholic Cat Show,” Guild & Greyshkul, curated by Jesse Pearson and Glynnis McDaris, New York, NY
- “24/7,” Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius, curated by Raimundas Malasauskas and Dean Daderko, Vilnius, Lithuania (catalogue)
- “NFS,” Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, NY
- “Today’s Man,” John Connelly Presents and Hiromi Yoshii Gallery, New York, NY; Tokyo, Japan (catalogue)
- “Rundgang,” Kunsthochschule Kassel, Kassel, Germany (catalogue)
- “Columbia First Year MFA Exhibition,” Wallach Art Gallery, curated by Lia Gangitano, New York, NY
- “Process/ion,” Leroy Neiman Gallery, Columbia University, curated by Eva Respini, New York, NY
- “Biting Style, Spitting Image,” Bass Museum, curated by Denise Delgado, Miami, FL
- “Superduper” NY, Pierogi, Brooklyn, NY
- “Exposed,” Islip Art Museum, curated by Janie M. Walker, East Islip, NY
- Cotter, Holland. “Young Artists, Caught in the Act.” New York Times. April 10.
- Cashdan, Maria. “The Chosen Ones.” Manhattan Magazine. March/April.
- Douglas, Sarah. “Matt Keegan in New York.” Artinfo.com. March 6.
- Olson, Marisa. “Keeping Hope Alive.” Rhizome.org. posted October 14.
- Ayeroff, Anna. “Matt Keegan at Anne Helwing.” Artslant.com. September 7.
- Momin, Shamim M. “Future Greats: Matt Keegan.” ArtReview, March, pp.84-85.
- Shirreff, Erin. “Matt Keegan.” Art papers. November/December.
- Banai, Nuit. “Matt Keegan.” Modern Painters. December/January.
- Huberman, Anthony. Afterall Issue 16. Autumn/Winter.
- Grabner, Michelle. “I Am Eyebeam.” Critic’s Pick, Artforum.com. November.
- “Goings On About Town: Matt Keegan.” New Yorker. September 24, p.62.
- Knight, Nicholas. “Matt Keegan: Any Day Now at D’Amelio Terras.” Nicholasknight.net, Wordpress. September 7.
- Smith, Roberta. “Art in Review, Matt Keegan & Jedediah Caesar.” The New York Times. September 7, p. E33
- Bentley, Kyle. “Associative property.” Artforum. February, p. 123.
- Higgs, Matthew and Ralph Rugoof. “New York vs. London.” Modern Painters. September, p. 80-83.
- Higgs, Matthew. “On the Ground, New York.” Artforum. December, p. 248-251.
- Who Cares, New York: Creative Time Books. p.31.
- Pollack, Barbara. “Bring the War Home.” Time Out New York. August 3rd – 9th, p.68.
- Fry, Naomi. “A Rabbit as King of the Ghosts.” Critic’s Pick, Artforum.com. June/July.
- Schwendener, Martha. “Leslie Hewitt and Matt Keegan.” Time Out New York. June 29th - July 5th, p.74.
- Bryan-Wilson, Julia. “Repetition and Difference.” Artforum. Summer, p.109-110.
- Alemani, Cecilia. “Mystic River.” Critic’s Pick, Artforum.com. May/June.
- Smith, Roberta. “Who Needs a White Cube These Days?” The New York Times. January 14th, p. E35 and E 37.
- Scott, Andrea K. “The best and worst of 2005.” Time Out New York. December 29- January 4, Art section, p. 66.
- Smith, Roberta. “Talk to the Land.” The New York Times. November 11th, p. E36.
- Scott, Andrea K. “Painting the Town.” Time Out New York. September 22-28, Art section. Books. Tokion. September/October, p.120.
- Cotter, Holland. “Art in Review, Justin Lowe @ Printed Matter.” The New York Times. August 5, p. E28.
- Cotter, Holland. “Fanciful to Figurative to Wryly Inscrutable.” The New York Times. July 8, p. E31.
- Cotter, Holland. “Log Cabin review” The New York Times. January 28, p. E41.
- Church, Amanda. “Hung, Drawn and Quartered at Team Gallery.” Art on Paper. September/October. p.78.
- Pick. ‘A.C’ Village Voice. September 1-7.
- Smith, Roberta. “Hung, Drawn and Quartered.” The New York Times. July 23, p. E32.
- “Art in the Office,” Critic’s Pick, Artforum.com. April/May.
- Ammirati, Domenick. “The Outlaw Series.” Art Us. March/April.
- Penzlien, Isabel Asha. “Work in Progress,” I-D. March, p. 122.
- Cotter, Holland. “By and About Men, and They’re Running With It.” The New York Times. August 8.
- Schwarze, Dirk. “Reale und virtuelle Rundgange.” Hessische Allgemeine. July 17.
- Charley Magazine, Cattelan, Funcke, Gioni, Subotnick editors. Les presses du réel
- Cotter, Holland. “For Hikers Seeking Art, Brooklyn is a Left Bank.” The New York Times. December 15.
- Carlin, Karen. “The Younger Set.” Pittsburgh Post Gazette. May 1.