Fred Wilson’s work has been featured in over 100 group exhibitions, including the 50th Venice Biennale (2003) as the American representative, the Whitney Museum of American Art Biennial Exhibition (1993), and the 4th International Cairo Biennale (1992). He has had over twenty-five solo museum exhibitions internationally, and has been the recipient of numerous honors and awards. Among them, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Award (the “Genius Grant”), Chicago (1999). Fred Wilson is represented by Pace Wildenstein Gallery, N.Y., and currently lives and works in New York City.
Pictures, Patents, Monkeys, and More On Collecting
Pictures, Patents, Monkeys, and More… examines the collecting impulse in different manifestations and raises important questions about the nature of art and its profound and eternal appeal to us.read more »
Transformers examines the mutating being of fable and myth as it reappears in the art of the late 20th century and seeks to delineate an aesthetic in which identity is protean and theatrical, marked by shifting perspectives and incompatible relationships.read more »