Born 1962, Lafayette, Indiana
Lives and works in New York

 

EDUCATION
1987
BFA, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2016
Human Stuff, Team Gallery, New York

2013
Veneration of Relics, Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles

2012
Situations, Team Gallery, New York

2007
Untitled ’07, Team Gallery, New York

2005
Fragments for Studying What’s Leftover, Team Gallery, New York

2004
Display Contemporary Art Center, Prague, Czech Republic
In Practice Projects: Ross Knight, The Sculpture Center, New York

2003
False Props, Team Gallery, New York

2000
Team Gallery, New York

1998
Team Gallery, New York

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2013
My Crippled Friend, Columbus College of Art and Design, Columbus, Ohio

2012
Pewter Wings, Golden Horns, Stone Veils, Grim Gallery, Amsterdam

2011
Keep Out You Thieving Bastards, Hendershot Gallery, New York

2010
Forced Exposure, Team Gallery, New York, curated by Miriam Katzeff

2008
Perverted by Theater, Apex, New York, Franklin Evans

2006
Insight Out, Wanas Foundation, Knislinge, Sweden

2004
Livingroom, D Lyx Gallery, Malmö, Sweden
Floorplay, Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, New York

2003
Contra/Abstraction, JG Contemporary, New York, New York
Emerging Artist Fellowship Exhibition, Socrates Sculpture Park, Long Island City, NY
Ta Da, White Box Annex, New York, New York
F’Abstraction, Museum of Contemporary Art, District of Columbia, Washington D.C.

2002
P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center/The Museum of Modern Art,
Building Structures, Long Island City, New York
Pass Me the Butterfly, Dumbo Arts Center, Brooklyn, New York.
The Love Show, David Risley Gallery, London, England

2001
Art/Unlimited, Basel Art Fair, Basel, Switzerland.

1999
Interplay, Tucson Museum of Contemporary Art, Tucson, Arizona
Shiny Shiny, , Team Gallery, New York, New York
P.S.1 Museum, The Institute for Contemporary Art, Projects, Long Island City, NY
Parking, Highbridge Park, New York, New York

1998
Roomic Cube (for T.M.), Team Gallery, New York, New York

1997
Complete Shark Editions, Art Metropole, Toronto, Canada

1995
High Anxiety, Alternative space, New York, curated by Kenny Schachter
Word of Mouth, alternative space, Hartford, Connecticut
Looky Loo, Sculpture Center, New York, curated by Kenny Schachter

1994
Imi Knoebel or Evel Knievel?, American Fine Arts, New York
Toys/Art/Us, Castle Gallery, College of New Rochelle, New Rochelle, New York

1993
Nordanstaad Gallery, New York, New York

1990
Selections, P.S. 122 Gallery, New York, New York

 

AWARDS / FELLOWSHIPS

1989
P.S.1 Museum, The Institute for Contemporary Art, Studio Exhibitions, Long Island City, New York

2003
Emerging Artist Fellowship, Socrates Sculpture Park, Long Island City, New York

1988
National Studio Program, P.S.1 Museum, Institute for Contemporary Art, Long Island City, New York
Fellowship Recipient, Minnesota State Arts Board/Jerome Foundation

 

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
2016
Grunthaner, Jeffrey, “Sculptures of Synthetic Body Parts, Mixed and Matched”, Hyperallergic.com, March 30

2012
Diaz, Eva, “Ross Knight,” Artforum, April, p. 210 (with illustration).
Maine, Stephen, “Exhibition Reviews: Ross Knight,” Art in America, April, p.116-117 (with  illustration).

2009
Fyfe, Joe, “Ross Knight: Sculptural Moments,” Sculpture, April, pp. 46-47 (with illustration).

2008
Maine, Stephen, “Ross Knight,” New York Sun, January 03, p. 22 (with illustration).
Wilson, Michael, “Ross Knight,” Artforum, March, p. 363 (with illustration).

2007
Carlin, T.J., “Ross Knight,” Time Out, December 27, p. 71 (with illustration).

2003
Mar, Alex, “Gallery-Going: Ross Knight,” The New York Sun, January 30.
Levin, Kim, “Voice choice: Ross Knight,” The Village Voice, January 22-28, p. 87.
Lo, Melissa, “Sculpture Forever, Contemporary Sculpture (part II),” Flash Art, July-September, pp. 100-107.
Wilkin, Karen. “At the Galleries,” Partisan Review, Winter, pp.113-124.

2002
Kunitz, Daniel, “At the Museum: Sculpting Architecture: How Architecture Resonates in Sculpture,” The New York Sun, December 5, pp. 1, 13.
Hawkin, Talya, “Gallery-Going: Pass Me the Butterfly,” The New York Sun, September 5, 10 (with illustration).
Cotter, Holland, “Pass Me the Butterfly,” The New York Times, August 9, p. E33.

2001
Gilman-Sevik, Tim, “Reviews: Perfunctory,” Flash Art, October, p. 53.
Hunt, David, “Review,” Art/text, May/July, p. 91 (with illustration).
Metzger, Rainer. “Relatively Superlative: Thoughts on the Principle of the Outsize in Contemporary Art,” Art Unlimited, Basel, Switzerland (exhibition catalogue)

2000
Hunt, David, “Assembly Required: IKEA Project,” Smock, December, pp. 110-117 (with illustration).
Moody, Tom, “Secondary Structures,” Sculpture, June, pp. 40-45 (with illustration).

1999
Moody, Tom, “Review,” Artforum, April, p. 126.

1998
Levin, Kim, “Voice Choice,” Village Voice, December 22, p. 93.

1995
Borum, Jennifer P., “Looky Loo,” and “High Anxiety,” Artforum 34 (December 1995), p. 91.
Young, Geoffrey, Looky Loo, Sculpture Center, New York, 1995 (exhibition brochure).

1994
Friedman, Lori and Young, James E., TOYS/ART/US, Castle Gallery, College of New Rochelle, New York, 1994-95 (exhibition brochure).
Levin, Kim, “Imi Knoebel or Evel Knievel?” Village Voice, July 19, p. 67.

1988
Heiss, Alanna, International and National Studio Programs, The Institute for Contemporary Art, The Clocktower Gallery, P.S.1 Museum,
New York, 1988-89 (exhibition catalogue).