PAINTING SHOW / 19 Paintings by 19 Painters / 10.4.22 – 10.15.22
Lee Noble (b. 1983, Nashville, TN) is an artist and musician who works in painting, sound, video, and installation. Drawing on influences that include film history, punk culture, and science fiction, his recent collage-style paintings explore images of American fear. He is currently based in Minneapolis where he received his MFA from MCAD in 2020. He attended the Mountain School of Arts in 2017, and was a guest composer at EMS Stockholm in 2019. He has performed at venues and festivals that include Hopscotch Fest in Raleigh, ReWire in The Hague, Issue Project Room in Brooklyn, and the Walker Art Center. His visual work has been exhibited in Los Angeles, Austin, Minneapolis, New York, Manchester, and Berkeley, and in publications by Picturebox Inc., Thames & Hudson, Spector Books, and Secret Headquarters.
Gregory Rick was born in 1981 and grew up in South Minneapolis. He received his BFA from CCA and his MFA from Stanford University. Developing a historical imagination and a fondness for drawing stories, Gregory Rick collapses history while confronting personal trauma. His works exist as reflections of his personal experience while being in dialogue with the wider world. Gregory Rick has received the Combat Infantry Badge, the Yamaguchi print making award, the Nathan Oliviera fellowship, and the Jack K. and Gertrude Murphy Award, the Daedalus award, the SFMOMA SECA award, the Artadia award, and the Tournesol fellowship and has shown in museums and galleries in both Minneapolis and California.