Introduction
Michael Joaquin Grey (born 1961 in Los Angeles) is an American artist, inventor, and educator based in New York City. Grey holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Art and a BS in Genetics from the University of California, Berkeley, 1984 and a MFA in Sculpture from Yale University, 1990. He is the inventor of ZOOB, an award-winning toy modeling system. His artwork, drawing on his understanding of genetics, language, and the origins of form, is shown internationally. In June 2009 a solo exhibition of Grey's work went on display at the PS1 Contemporary Art Center of MOMA curated by Director, Klaus Bisenbach, held in conjunction with the 2009 Young Architects Program by MOS. For the past twenty years, Michael Joaquin Grey has been creating work that extends and plays with the boundaries of art, science and media.Grey's work has been recognized in publications internationally including Artforum, Flash Art, The New York Times, The New Yorker, Leonardo, Artbyte, ID Magazine, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, Village Voice, London Telegraph, Wired, Zing Magazine, Art & Auction, and The Wall Street Journal. In the past Grey has exhibited at bitforms gallery, New York and Seoul; the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art; Whitney Museum of American Art; The New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York; Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami; Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego; Milwaukee Art Museum; Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa; Tel Aviv Museum of Art; Nordic Art Center, Helsinki; Norrtalje Konsthall, Sweden; Kunsthalle Loppem, Belgium; Kunstverein Hannover; Serpentine Gallery, London; Brooke Alexander Gallery Editions, New York; Lisson Gallery, London; Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York, and Stuart Regen Gallery, Los Angeles.
Wikidata
Q6831637
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Introduction
Known for his work in which scientific principles are fused with formal artistic practices. Although primarily known as a sculptor, he works in other, often unusual media as well. He is also highly regarded as an inventor of children's toys.
Nationality
American
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Scientist, Engineer, Inventor, Sculptor
Names
Michael Joaquin Grey, Michael Joaquín Grey, M. J. Grey
Ulan
500114907
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