Pinocchio the Big Fag

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Pinocchio the Big Fag was second year thesis project as a graduate student at the University of California, Irvine in 1993—when it first premiered I had just turned 27 years old. I began by writing the script—coming from comics and theater I thought I would write a “bad Cole Porter-like musical”, and then transcribe this into a comic. But after drawing several pages, I realized how difficult (and long!) it would take to do this in time for my thesis, so instead decided to create images of my version of Pinocchio, as if my version had existed alongside the original C. Collodi version, and that some gay collector had collected the original illustrations from various tomes and animated versions and put them all together again. UCI at the time was a new program, Catherine Lord had come from Cal Arts and had hired and fired a bunch of folks—it had a very gender identity politics perspective, and many of my teachers were in the now famous 1993 Whitney Biannual. Lari Pittman, one of my professors on my thesis committee had mentioned, although he too was included in the Biennial (which I loved and was influenced by), that he liked art that “invited the viewer to think, not tell them what to think”, and coming from Semiotics and studying playwriting with Paula Vogel at Brown, I agreed. I had come out to my friends and family, but was really just starting to come into my own, and UCI helped (along with Lyotard and Derrida, who also taught there and I audited their classes) for me to mature intellectually, post Semiotics, and where I met my boyfriend, now husband, Andrew Madrid almost 30 years later. Pinocchio the Big Fag was, in part, my story but more than this the story of how I felt much of the LGBTQ community was like for my generation, growing up in the age of the AIDS crises, and the very much still developing (but thankfully aware) culture surrounding acceptance and tolerance of gay people. It was a dynamic time for art and culture, but also a terrifying one still as many were dying from AIDS. Semiotics had opened up ideas of language being power—and art languages as a part of it, and importantly, a generation of theorists (like Judith Butler and Eve Sedgewick, both very much on our minds) began projecting on how if language is power, how it is used to subjugate peoples but also to liberate them. There was much political art that was about power, and the timeliness of getting your point across importantly and stridently for the moment to help save lives and people and to bring awareness, and to “wake people up.” But I had the privilege of being a next generation, having the time and health to be able to want to make something nuanced, to bring about how narrative helps to create ideology, such in the case of children’s fiction and more. Pinocchio the Big Fag addresses much of my anxiety, but also intellectual and aesthetic pursuits at the time, striving to find love in a world of chaos, and to define for my own terms what it was to be gay in a moment, too, where “Silence=Death”, Queercore was emerging alongside new ideas of what it was to be, in Sedgwick’s recoding of the word, queer. Perhaps, in art also, it was a place where a Post Post-modernism might occur, where you could “have your cake and eat it too” making work that addressed the world outside of itself intellectually and politically, but also leave room for emotions, transcendence, and beauty. Pinocchio the Big Fag was my thesis show, but also my debut in the art world. My professors brought friends to see the show who told friends (including Dennis Cooper, who I eventually collaborated with on my first graphic novel Horror Hospital Unplugged), and it then traveled to the now famous and seminal gallery KIKI in San Francisco, ran by the infamous Rick Jacobsen (who sadly passed from AIDS relatedcauses, but whose gallery also showed many great artists). Nayland Blake and his partner brought Ann Philbin to see it—and although it was supposed to go to White Columns, Bill Arning generously acquiesced and allowed it to show at the Drawing Center for my NYC debut (where it was reviewed in the New York Times and also in Artforum), before it came back for an exhibition at the Richard Telles Gallery. I’m proud of the work still, and am very happy to assemble this book with my great designer friend Grace Pak for what is now serendipitously the 25th anniversary of its Drawing Center premier, on the occasion of the As If: Alternative Histories from Then to Now, curated by Giampaolo Bianconi (I’m grateful to Jay Gorney and Joel Wachs for lending their Pinocchio works to the show). Although I experimented with linear and more non-linear salon installs of the work in the various incarnations of its presentation, this is the first time the original script has been published alongside the accompanying images (that had, like bronze sculptures in a lost-wax process, previously stood in for the entire story they emerged from), and grateful for the Drawing Center to allow for the book to be presented alongside their exhibition. Keith Mayerson Riverside, CA March 2019























































































































































Keith Mayerson Professor of Art Roski School of Art and Design Watt Hall 104 University of Southern California Los Angeles, CA 90089-0292 (917) 664-0470

Education 1988 1993

B.A., Semiotics and Studio Art, Brown University M.F.A., University of California, Irvine

Solo Exhibitions 2019 “My American Dream: Heroes & Villain,” Marlborough Contemporary at Marlborough Gallery, 40 West 57th Street, New York, NY 2018 “Love/Liebe: Keith Mayerson & German Expressionist Masters-Otto Dix, George Grosz, Josef Scharl and more,” Weiss Berlin, Berlin, Germany “My American Dream, Mystery Train (in loving memory of Daniel Tinker Knapp),” Marlborough Contemporary, New York, NY, October 12-November 11, 2017. 2017 “My American Dream,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Cleveland, Ohio. June 2-September 17, 2017. 2016 “My American Dream: Berlin Edition,” Weiss Berlin, Germany (Featuring a conversation on American painting with Ortrud Westheider (Director, Museum Barberini, Germany), Adam Weinberg (Director, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York), and Keith Mayerson, moderated by Kimberly Marteau Emerson (Embassy of the United States of America). Talk and opening September 21, 2016. 2015 “My American Dream,” Marlborough Chelsea, New York, NY “Iconscapes,” Freddy Gallery, Baltimore, MD 2014 “My American Dream: Frontiersman,“ David Shelton Gallery, Houston, TX “My American Dream (Prologue),” Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY 2013 “My American Dream,” Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY 2012 “My American Dream,” Solo Booth for Derek Eller Gallery, NADA NYC Art Fair, New York 2011 “Life, Art & Fashion,” Shaheen Modern & Contemporary Art, Cleveland, OH “Iconscapes: 1995-1999,” Knoedler Gallery, New York, NY 2010 “My Modern Life,” Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY “Good Leaders, Endangered Species,” Broadway Windows, 10th and Broadway (NYU), New York, NY 152

2009 “Souvenirs,” The Bakery - Annet Gelink Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands “Both Sides Now: A Selection of Drawings 1992-2009,” Paul Kasmin Gallery (project room), New York, NY 2008 “Good Leaders, Endangered Species, Ships At Sea, Part II,” Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY “Good Leaders, Endangered Species, Ships At Sea,” Kim Light / Lightbox, Los Angeles, CA 2007 “Friends & Family,” Shaheen Modern & Contemporary Art, Cleveland, OH 2006 “Kings & Queens,” Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY “Heroes,” Gallery Alain Noirhomme, Brussels, Belgium 2005 “Rebel Angels at the End of the World,” QED Gallery, Los Angeles, CA 2004 “Hamlet 1999,” Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY 2003 “Hamlet 1999, Pt. 3,” Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY 2000 “Illuminations,” The Fifth International, New York, NY 1997 “Paintings and Drawings,” Jay Gorney Modern Art, New York, NY 1995 “Monty’s Dream: The Sleeper in the Valley,” Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles, CA 1994 “The Marriage of Heaven and Hell!” Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles, CA 1993 “Pinocchio the Big Fag,” Kiki Gallery, San Francisco, CA

Group Exhibitions 2019 “Portraits,” Foxy Production, New York, NY 2018 “Mixed Bag: Drawings” curated by Joe Bradley and Jeremy Willis, Real Estate Fine Art, Brooklyn, NY “My Kid Could Do That,” Project Art LA/The Underground Museum, Los Angeles, CA “ROCK,” curated by Tony Payne, PHIL, Los Angeles, CA 2017 “Keith Mayerson, Julius von Bismarck, Werner Büttner ” Marlborough Contemporary, The Armory Show, New York, NY, March 1-5. “Drawing Island,” The Journal Gallery, New York, NY “Heartbreak Hotel,” Invisible-Exports, New York, NY 2016 “Landscapes,” Marlborough Chelsea, New York, NY “2 Years of Looking,” curated by Erik Hanson, New Art Projects, London “Logic Frog,” Allen & Eldride (James Fuentes project space), New York, NY “Foundation Barbin Presents: Redeux (Sort of),” curated by Lucky DeBellevue, Kai Matsumiya Gallery, NY “Intensive Nesting,” curated by Brad Phillips, Galerie Division, Montreal, Canada 153

2015 “America is Hard to See,” Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY “EAGLES II,” Galeria Marlborough Madrid, Madrid, Spain 2014 “The Great Figure,” The Journal Gallery, Brooklyn, NY “Keith Mayerson and Peter Saul,” Robert Blumenthal Gallery, New York, NY “Don’t Look Now”, Zach Feuer Gallery, New York, NY, curated by Jesse Greenberg and MacGregor Harp/247365 Gallery “Inaugural Exhibition,” Sarah Gavlak Gallery, Los Angeles, CA “Parallel Myths,” David Shelton Gallery, Houston, TX “This One’s Optimistic,: New Britain Museum of Art, New Britain, CT, curated by Cary Smith “2014 Whitney Biennial,” Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY 2013 “A Point of View: Selected Gifts from the Laurence A. Rickels Collection,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, March 20-June 9. “Jew York,” Zach Feuer Gallery, New York, NY “All F@*#ing Summer,” Gavlak Gallery, Palm Beach, FL 2012 “The Picture of Dorian Gray,” curated by Ilan Cohen with Quan Bao, SecondGuest, New York, NY and Ana Cristea Gallery, New York “All I Want is a Picture of You,” Angles Gallery, Los Angeles, CA “Group Shoe,” curated by Joe Bradley, Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, New York, NY “Its Always Summer on the Inside,” curated by Dan McCarthy, Anton Kern Gallery, New York, NY “B-OUT,” curated by Scott Hug, Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York, NY “The End,” curated by Michael Buhler-Rose and John Connelly, Vogt Gallery, New York, NY 2011 “Keith Mayerson: Horror Hospital Unplugged, Dominic McGill: Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds,” Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY “8 Americans” (Organizer. Hilary Berseth, Joe Bradley, Jacob Cassay, Ann Craven, Francesca DiMattio, Wade Guyton, Keith Mayerson, Dana Schutz), September 2011, Maruani & Noirhomme Gallery, Brussels, Belgium “Joni,” Kathleen Cullen Fine Arts, New York, NY “Put Up or Shut Up,” New York Academy of Art, New York, NY 2010 “Ink Plots: The Tradition of the Graphic Novel at SVA,” Visual Arts Gallery, New York, NY “The Pencil Show,” Foxy Production, New York, NY “Keith Mayerson, Kent Henricksen,” Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn, NY “Wall to Wall,” Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles, CA “The Boneyard,” Kim Light/Lightbox, Los Angeles, CA 2009 “The Never-Ending Story: Fairy Tales, Fantasy, Obsession,” curated by Laura Hoptman, Royal/T, Culver City, CA “Out of Order,” curated by Scott Hug, Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York, NY “Naked,” Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York, NY “The Tree,” James Cohan Gallery, Shanghai, China “New Acquisitions,” Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH “Figuratively Seeing,” Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston, MA 2008 “Peanut Gallery,” curated by Joe Bradley, The Journal Gallery, Brooklyn, NY “THINGS BEHIND THE SUN,” PHIL, Los Angeles, CA “Summer Group Exhibition, “ Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY “Friends and Family,” Anton Kern Gallery, New York, NY “Kiki: The Proof Is In the Pudding,” Ratio 3, San Francisco, CA “The Guys We Would Fuck,” curated by Nayland Blake, Monya Rowe Gallery, New York, NY “History Keeps Me Awake at Night: A Geneaology of Wojnarowicz,” PPOW Gallery, New York, NY “Artist as Publisher,” The Center For Book Arts, New York 154

“ambivalent figuration; people,” Samson Projects, Boston, MA “a new high in getting low II,” John Connelly Presents, New York, NY 2007 “Genesis I’m Sorry, ”Greene Naftali Gallery, New York, NY “Joe Bradley, Ann Craven, Dana Frankfort, Keith Mayerson,” Zach Feuer Gallery, New York, NY 2006 “Likeness (Portraits from All Angles),” Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA “Summer Group Exhibition,” Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY “How I Finally Accepted Fate,” curated by Jason Murison, EFA Gallery, New York, NY “This Name of This Show is Not GAY ART NOW,” curated by Jack Pierson, Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York, NY “Salon,” Greene Naftali, New York, NY “Inaugural Group Exhibition,” Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY 2005 “The Most Splendid Apocalypse,” curated by Jason Murison, PPOW Gallery, New York, NY “This Hard, Gem-Like Flame,” curated by Joseph R. Wolin, Angstrom Gallery, Dallas, TX “On Paper: Drawings from the 1960’s to the Present,” Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles, CA 2004 “Under the Sun,” Greener Pastures Contemporary Art, Toronto, Ontario “Rimbaud,” curated by Max Henry, I-20, New York, NY “The Sublime is (Still) Now,” curated by Joseph R. Wolin, Elizabeth Dee Gallery, New York, NY “Let the Bullshit Run a Marathon,” curated by Nate Lowman, Nicole Klagsbrun, New York, NY 2003 “K48,” Dietch Projects Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY “Hothouse; Contemporary Floras,” curated by Mary Jo Vath, Gallery of Art & Science, New York, NY “You,” curated by Lisa Kirk, Royal Modern, New York, NY “A New New York Scene--K48 Teenage Rebel: The Bedroom Show,” Gallerie du Jour at Agnes B., Paris, France FIAC art fair, curated by Scott Hug, Paris, France “Magazin (K48: Do Not Provoke Us),” Marres, Maastricht, Holland “Now Playing,” D’Amelio Terras Gallery, New York. NY “Drawings,” Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY 2002 “Kool Kult,” k48, Scope Art Fair, New York “25th Anniversary Selections Exhibition,” The Drawing Center, New York, NY “Landscape,” Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY 2001 “Refiguring Painting,” Los Angeles County Museum “Group Exhibition,” American Fine Art at P.H.A.G., New York, NY 2000 “Recent Acquisitions,” Los Angeles County Museum, Los Angeles, CA “Fore and Aft,” Acme., Los Angeles, CA 1999 “The Stroke,” curated by Ross Bleckner, Exit Art, New York, NY “Young New York Painters,” curated by Ross Bleckner, Baldwin Gallery, Aspen, CO 1998 “Inaugural Show,” curated by Jennifer Bornstein and Chevy’s Clem, The Fifth International, New York, NY “he swam down, away,” curated by Tony Payne, Audiello Fine Art, Inc., New York, NY “Painting: Now and Forever,” Pat Hearn and Matthew Marks Gallery, New York, NY “Codex USA: Works on Paper by American Artists,” Entwistle Gallery, London, UK 155

“I Love New York,” Edinburgh International Art Festival, Edinburgh College, Edinburgh, Scotland “Bathroom,” curated by Wayne Koestenbaum, Thomas Healy Gallery, New York, NY “View 3,” curated by Klaus Kertess, Mary Boone Gallery, New York, NY “Francis Alys, Keith Mayerson, Franklin Preston, Hiroshi Sugito,” Audiello Fine Art Inc., New York, NY “More,” curated by Tony Payne, XL Gallery, New York, NY 1997 “Paintings and Sculpture,” Luhring Augustine, New York, NY “Three Painters,” curated by Jack Pierson, Musee d’art Contemporain de Bordeaux, France 1996 “The Name of the Place,” curated by Laurie Simmons, Casey Kaplin Gallery, New York, NY “Young, Dumb, and Fun,“ curated by David Pagel, University of Las Vegas, Nevada “The Incredible Power of Cheap Sentiment,” curated by Bill Arning, White Columns, New York, NY “Annual Summer Watercolor Exhibition,” curated by Tom Woodruff, P.P.O.W., New York, NY 1995 “Degenerative Art Show,” The Lab, San Francisco, CA “The Moderns,” curated by Tony Payne, Feature Gallery, New York, NY “Faggots,” curated by Bill Arning, Rojes Foundation, University of Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina “Stretch Out & Wait,” Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles, CA 1994 “Stonewall 25,” curated by Bill Arning, White Columns, New York, NY “Dave’s Not Here Show,” Three Day Weekend, Los Angeles, CA “Red Rover,” Three Day Weekend, Los Angeles, CA “Tiny Shoes,” New Langton Arts, San Francisco, CA “Selections Spring ‘94,” The Drawing Center, New York, NY (brochure) “Playfield,” curated by Randy Summers, Rio Hondo College, Wittier, CA 1993 “Sick Joke,” Kiki Gallery, San Francisco, CA “Steve Crique, Keith Mayerson, Tyler Stallings,” Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles, CA

Curated Exhibitions 2011 “8 Americans” (Hilary Berseth, Joe Bradley, Jacob Cassay, Ann Craven, Francesca DiMattio, Wade Guyton, Keith Mayerson, Dana Schutz), September 2011, Alain Noirhomme Gallery, Brussels 2010 “NeoIntegrity: Comics Edition,” Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art, New York, NY 2007 “NeoIntegrity,” Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY

Published Essays, Articles, and Commissioned Printed Artistic Projects 2019 James Dean: My Life in Pictures, forthcoming graphic novel to be published by Fantagraphics 2017 My American Dream, forthcoming catalog for MOCA Cleveland exhibition My American Dream, Turps Banana, London. January. R.B. Kitaj at the Forefront, catalog essay, Kitaj: The Exile at Home, Marlborough Chelsea, March.


2016 Keith Mayerson, Adam Weinberg, Ortrud Westheider, My American Dream: Berlin Edition 2014 “Spruh!”, Andy Warhol’s Interview (commissioned assignment, German Edition), November, pp. 242-43. “Ode to Andy” (commissioned assignment), Interview, October, pp. 118-19. “Dreamtime,”, July 2 (artist article and image) “The NeoIntegrity Manifesto—My American Dream,” Whitney Biennial Catalog, Whitney Museum of American Art 2013 “Letter written on a plane to and fro Columbus,” (My American Dream catalog essay), Derek Eller Gallery, New York 2012 “Interview with Dan McCarthy,” Dan McCarthy (catalog interview), Suzanne Tarasieve Gallery, Paris 2011 “NeoIntegrity: Comics Edition,” (interview with Keith Mayerson, curator, conducted by Peter Halley) “Kevin Kelly,” (commissioned assignment), The Journal “Dana Schutz: 8 Americans”, Artforum online (video interview) “Joe Bradley: 8 Americans”, Artforum online (video interview) 2009 “The Artist’s Artists: Keith Mayerson, Stevie Wonder, Gershin Prize for Popular Song (the White House, Washington DC)” Artforum, December 2009 (best of the year capsule review) 2008 “Jane Freillicher: Recent Paintings,”, Tibor De Nagy Gallery, NY (catalogue essay) “Kathe Burkhart: The Liz Taylor Series: The First 25 Years, 1982-2007”, Modern Painters, March 2008, (book review) “How Haute It Is,” Interview, April, p. 130-133 (commissioned assignment) 2007 “Annie Lennox,” Interview, Oct. 2007, pg. 155 (commissioned assignment) 2006 “Moomin: the Complete Tove Jansson Comic Strip,” Modern Painters, September, pg. 114. “Keith Mayerson on Randy Wray,” BOMB, Spring 2006, Number 95, pgs. 46-47. 2005 “Wake the Sleepers,” ArtUS, May-June, pgs. 16-18 2002 Sehorn, Jason, and Keith Mayerson. “Why I Didn’t Rush the End Zone,” (commissioned assignment), Interview, February, p. 40 2000 “Icons & Iconography in Technocratic Culture: The Sleeping Painting,” Xtra, Spring, Vol. 3, Issue 3, pgs. 23-28. 1997 “Self Portrait,” The New Yorker, Nov. 10, p. 28 (illus.) 1994 “Family Value Cartoons,” Faultline, May, p. 39-43

Artist’s Books 2019 James Dean: My Life in Pictures (graphic novel, in progress, to be published by Fantagraphics Books 157

My American Dream: Heroes & Villain, Marlborough Contemporary at Marlborough Gallery, New York, NY 2018 Love/Liebe: Keith Mayerson & German Expressionist Masters (catalog essays) James Dean: My Life in Pictures (graphic novel, in progress, to be published by Fantagraphics Books 2017 My American Dream (exhibition catalog for the forthcoming solo MOCA Cleveland show) My American Dream: Berlin Edition (book and exhibition catalog), Weiss Berlin, Germany 2016 My American Dream (book and exhibition catalog), Marlborough Chelsea, NYC 2013 My American Dream (book and exhibition catalog), Derek Eller Gallery, NYC NeoIntegrity Omnibus (book and exhibition catalog, interview with Keith Mayerson and Peter Halley), Museum of Comics and Cartoon Art, NYC 2011/1996 Horror Hospital Unplugged, (with Dennis Cooper) JunoBooks/RESearch Publications, New York, N.Y. (republished 2011 by Harper Perennial) 2007 NeoIntegrity (book and exhibition catalog), Derek Eller Gallery, NYC 2006 Heroes (book and exhibition catalog, interview with Keith Mayerson and Ross Bleckner), Alain Noirhomme Gallery, Brussels 2005 Rebel Angels at the End of the World (book and exhibition catalog, essay by Klaus Kertess), QED Gallery, Los Angeles 1995 A Patriarchy’s Nightmare, White Columns, New York, NY

Bibliography 2018 Starnes, Sadie Rebecca, “Ruins in Reverse,” Brooklyn Rail, Nov. 1 Pepper, Jeremy, “Comic-Con, not just about comics anymore, is changing the entertainment industry,” USC News, July 19 Rosenfeld, Jason, “Thomas Cole’s Journey: Atlantic Crossings,” Brooklyn Rail, March 5 “What We Sold at the Dallas Art Fair,” Artsy, April 15 2017 Phipps, Laura. “Pacific Coast Issue,” New American Paintings, January Colucci, Emily, “Questions In A World of Blue: “Heartbreak Hotel” at INVISIBLEEXPORTS, Filthy Dreams (online), Feb. 28 Donoghue, Katy. “15 Finds at the Armory Show,” (online), March 3 Luxe Interiors + Design (Colorado Edition) March Bohle, Ruppert, “Art Fair: Our Best Pics form the Armory Show 2017,” Berlin Art Link, March 6 2016 Fitzgerald, Ali, “Keith Mayerson and the American Dream” Place Part Here 2, Art21, Nov/Dec Issue, Dec. 22, 2015 Rosenfeld Ph.D., Jason, “Landscape”, essay for Marlborough Chelsea, Summer. “Keith Mayerson at Weiss Berlin,” Artviewer, October 27 (online) Owens, Alexandra, “Keith Mayerson Paints Lebron James for MOCA Cleveland,” Sotheby’s (online magazine), August 29. USC Roski Makes Transformative Faculty Hires,” USC News, August. 158

Vankin, Deborah, “USC Roski School of Art and Design rebuilds with “transformative new hires,” Los Angeles Times, August 4th. Keith Mayerson, “Drum Majors,” Whitney Museum of American Art Facebook and Instagram posts, January 18. 2015 Wolin, Joe, “Keith Mayerson,” TimeOut New York, December 2-8, pg. 55 (critic’s pick) Pollack, Maika, “Keith Mayerson,” Interview, November 2015, pgs. 32-33. Russeth, Andrew, “The Whitney Opens With a Winner,” ARTnews, April 23. Indrisek, Scott, “The Whitney, Chapter by Chapter: How to See 100-Plus Years of Art in One Day,” Blouin, April 23. Mogilevskaya, Regina, “Preview: America Is Hard to See at the Whitney”, Blouin ArtInfo. com, April 23. Bilsborough, Michael. “Course of Empire,” SVA Continuing Education Blog, April 23. Paddy Johnson, “At the Whitney: Industry, Advertising, and Death Makes America Hard to See,” Art F City, April 27. Brown, Jeffrey, “Whitney Museum opens more space for risk-taking artists,” PBS News Hour, April 30. Shaw, Dash, “Go Burn Brightly,” American Book Review, Volume 36, Number 2, January/ February 2015, pg. 4. Shelton, David, “David Shelton Reports from the Dallas Arts Fair,” PaperCity, April 17. LItt, Steven, “Dealer Tire CEO Scott Mueller steps out of anonymity as donor of $20M to Cleveland Museum of Art’s capital campaign,” The Cleveland Plain Dealer, March 5. “Keith Mayerson at Freddy,” Contemporary Art Daily, January 29th (online) Lin, Allie, “Iconscapes at Freddy, Flowers at Franklin Street,” Post Office Arts journal (online), January 25. 2014 (* significant mentions in Whitney Biennial reviews, etc.) Russeth, Andrew, “10 things to Do in New York’s Art World Before July 14,” New York Observer’s Gallerist, July 8, 2014 (online) McGarry, Kevin, “The Gallery Queen of Palm Beach Takes L.A.,” T Magazine Blog, June 27 Gailanagomez, “Whitney Biennial 2014: A Review in Three Parts-Pt. 2”, ChiCritics: Art through the lens of Chicago, May 13. (Image and lengthier content) *Installation image, Artforum Reviews opening section, Artforum, May 2014, pp. 308-309. *Molesworth, Helen, “Whitney Biennial: Whitney Museum of Art,” Artforum, May 2014, pp. 310-311 Pollack, Barbara, “2014 Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum,” ARTnews, May 2014, pgs. 90-91 (content) Clinton, Paul and Catherine Lord, “Queer Time and Place,” FRIEZE no. 163, May 2014, pg. 187 “Hybrid Vehicles,” Dan Halm, Visual Arts Journal, Spring 2014, pg. 4 (image and content) *Leland, Erin, “Keith Mayerson Talks with Erin Leland”, Bad At Sports Contemporary Art Talk, May 9 (interview, content and images) Whitney Biennial 2014 Part II, Keith Mayerson, Contemporary Art Daily, May 8 (images) Journalist, “Whitney Biennial 2014, Part II”, Elite Journalist, May 7 (images) *Harris, Anita M., “Docent/psychoanalyst helps decipher Whitney Biennial 2014 offerings,” New Cambridge Observer, May 4 (images and lengthier content) Swinder, Simmy, “Showing: Whitney Biennial 2014”, Arrested Motion, May 2 (images) *Kimball, Whitney, The Whitney Biennial on Charlie Rose: Art is Hazy, Nebulous, Art F City, April 29 Homes, Leonardo, “The Whitney Biennial: No American American,” Artishock, (South America), April 18 Sicha, Choire, “On Being An “Irritant To The Institution” At the Whitney Biennial, The Awl, March 25 (image and content) “Whitney Biennial, New York, “ artDas Kunstmagazin, March 22 (Germany, image and content) *Viveros-Fauné, Christian, “Why This Year’s Whitney Biennial Should Be Seen Through a (Slightly) Rose-Colored Lens: Proceed with Optimism,” the Village Voice, March 19 (content) “Collectors Q & A: Tomasz Nazarko,” Exhibitions A, March (online, content) Glenwood, “The Whitney Biennial 2013-A Little Rough Around the Edges,” Manhattan Living, March 19 (image) Radaelli, Burnna, “Whitney Museum Presents a Broad and Diverse Crop of American Art,” Bamboo, March 17 (Portuguese Art site, image) Hutt, John, “A Gay Ol’ Tour of the Whitney Biennial,” OUT, March 14 (image and content) 159

*Bilsborough, Michael, “American Art, American Dream,” SVA Continuing Education Blog, March 14 (image and interview) Zimmer, Lori, “End of an Era: The Last Whitney Biennial at the Breuer Building,” March 12 (image and content) “2014 Whitney Biennial 10 Artist,” Art, March 11 (China, image and content) Artsy (lead image for Biennial) *Saltz, Jerry, “Sapphires in the Mud: There’s a smart show buried in this big bland Whitney Biennial,” New York Magazine, March 10, pg. 131 (content) *Boatright, Kristen, Guest Curators Talk 2014 Whitney Biennial, Blouin, March 10 (video) *Powers, Bill, “The Whitney Biennial 2014 at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York,” purpleDIARY, March 10 (image) “Art Review: Whitney Biennial, ADAA, Review,” Artlyst, March 9 (content) O’Connor, Colleen M., “The 2014 Whitney Biennial Struggles for Breath,” fictive sister, March 9 (content) Gisla, “Whitney Museum Biennial 2014,” Taxi Amarelo, Nova York, March 8 (image) *McGarry, Kevin, “Art Matters: The Whitney Biennial’s Last Upper East Side Hurrah,” The New York Times TMagazine blog, March 7 (image) *DeFore, John, “Whitney 2014 Biennial: Five Hot Artists to Watch,” The Hollywood Reporter, March 7 (image and interview) *McGarry, Kevin, “Whitney Biennial 2014,” Art Agenda, March 7 (image and content) *Matorin, David, “Spring/Break Art Show Brings A Focus on the Personal,” Art F City, March 7 (image and content) “The 2014 Whitney Biennial Starts Today,” INHALE, March 7 (image) Yung, Susan, “The Biennial’s Uptown Salvo,” Ephemeralist, March 7 (content) Creahan, D., “New York-the Whitney Biennial Through May 25th, 2014,” March 7 (content) Sarang Lee, Joo, “Festival of Art in New York is now, ‘plop’” Korea Daily, March 7 (image and content) Kalm, James, “2014 Whitney Biennial, Part II,” March 7 (video) *Halle, Howard, “Review: 2014 Whitney Biennial,” TimeOut New York, Thursday, March 6 (lead image) *Russeth, Andrew, “The 2014 Whitney Biennial Disappoints, with Misfires, Omissions, Only Glimmers of Greatness,” NY Observer’s Gallerist, March 6 (content) *“Your Guide to the Artists of the 2014 Whitney Biennial,” Huffington Post, March 6 (image and interview) Chang, Soojin, “Preview: 2014 Whitney Biennial at the Whitney Museum of American Art,” Hi Fructose, March 6 Diamond Hamer, Katy, “First Impressions: the 2014 Whitney Biennial, NY,” Eyes Towards the Dove, March 6 *Vartanian, Hrag, “Whitney Biennial 2014: Stuart Comer on the Third Floor,” Hyperallergic, March 5 (image and content) Ozeri, Bianca “The 2014 Whitney Biennial,” The Wild Magazine, March 5, (image and content) *Indrisek, Scott, “103 Reasons to Visit the 2014 Whitney Biennial,” Blackbook, March 4 (image and content) *Zevitas, Steven, “Must See Painting Shows: March 2014,” Huffington Post, March 4 (image and content) Jeppesen, Travis, “Rethinking the Language of Art: The Whitney Biennial 2014 Beyond Discourse,” ArtMag by Deutsche Bank, March 4 (content) Komarek, Eva, “A Farewell to Upper East Trio,” Die, March 2 (Germany, content) “Whitney Biennial 2014,” Fluoro, March 1 (image) Michael Wilson, “Spotlight: Keith Mayerson,” New American Painting #111, April 2014, pgs. 8-12 (lengthy article and images) *Vogel, Carol, “State of Our Art, According to the Whitney: A Guide to the 2014 Whitney Museum Biennial,” New York Times, Feb. 28, 2014, pg. C21 (image and lengthier content) 2013 Zevitas, Steven, “14 Painters (+2) to Watch in 2014, Huffington Post (online), Dec. 20 Zevitas, Steven, “14 Painters (+2) to Watch in 2014, New American Paintings (online), Dec. 19 Russeth, Andrew. “The Year in, and Beyond, the Galleries,” The New York Observer, “Gallerist,” (online blog), Dec. 19 160

Kirsch, Corinna and Whitney Kimball, “The Definitive NADA Slideshow and Commentary, “ Art F City, (art blog), Dec. 6 Smith, Roberta, “Last Chance: Keith Mayerson, My American Dream,” New York Times, Friday, May 24, pg. C18 Hamer, Katy, “My American Dream,” Keith Mayerson @ Derek Eller, NY, Eyes Towards the Dove (online), Monday, May 20 Bilsborough, Michael, “Northern Lights,” (My American Dream exhibition review), SVA Continuing Education Blog, May 8 McGarry, Kevin, “Sketch Troup,” V Magazine, vol. 83, Summer, 2013, pg. 38 Chang, Stella, “My American Dream Exhibition,” Rambling Masterpiece (online), May. 2012 Penn, Asher, “Keith Mayerson” (Interview), SEX Magazine #2 Kazakina, Katya, “Martha Graham Sets, Older Artists in Westbeth Flooding,” Bloomberg. com, Nov. 3 Russeth, Andrew, “Chelsea Galleries Begin Recovery Work,” Gallerist, NY Nov. 1 ”We Went to NADA,” Art Fag City, May 8 Belasco, Daniel, “Suturing In: Anne Frank as Conceptual Model for Visual Art,” Anne Frank Unbound: Media/Imagination/Memory, Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, Jeffrey Shandler, eds. Indiana University Press ”Slideshow, Art from NADA 2012,” Blouin Artinfo, May 8 Herman, Sasha, “NADA New York 2012 Preview,” NY, April 30 Miller, Michael H., Rozalia Jovanowitz, Andrew Rosseth “Gallerist’s Frieze Week in Pictures,” NY, May 7 D’Agostino, Paul, “Big Art Fairs Swarm NYC This Weekend,” The L Magazine “Something for NADA,” Art + Auction, May 2011 Bilsborough, Michael, “Unplugged, Rebooted,” School of Visual Arts Continuing Education Blog Kimball, Whitney, “Horror Hospital Unplugged at Derek Eller Gallery”, Art Fag, October 24 Price, Ada, “Pioneering Graphic Novel, “Horror Hospital Unplugged,” Back in Print, Publishers Weekly, October 11 Fitzpatrick, Colin “Horror Hospital Unplugged,” (book review), Lambda, August 22 Butler, Blake, “Dennis Cooper & Keith Mayerson’s Horror Hospital Unplugged,” HTML, July 28 Litt, Steven, “Keith Mayerson paintings in wonderful exhibit at Cleveland’s Shaheen gallery,” Cleveland Plain Dealer, July 20 Frank, Alex, “Studio Visit: Keith Mayerson,” The FADER.COM, July 7 Frank, Alex, “Dead Again,”, The FADER, June/July, pg. 74 “Keith Mayerson Discusses ‘Iconscapes 1995-1999,” School of Visual Arts Briefs, Summer Hart, Tom, “Why We Love Keith Mayerson,” Seriously Comics, Summer Hartinger, Bruce “Horror Hospital Unplugged,” (book review),, June 27 “Short List,” The New Yorker, May 16 Wei, Tingting, “Interview with Keith Mayerson,” WhiteHot Magazine, May Wollen, Joseph, “Joni Mitchell,” TimeOut NY, January 28 2010 Smith, Roberta, “Keith Mayerson: My Modern Life,” The New York Times, November 12 Russeth, Andrew “Keith Mayerson, My Modern Life,” Painters, Nov. 4 “The View Master,” The New York, Oct. 26 Finch, Charlie, “Eleventh Avenue Ramble,” Magazine, October 25 Saltz, Jerry, “Ask an Art Critic,”, and NYMagazine, “Vulture,” Oct. 18 Wollen, Joe. “Neo-Integrity: Comics Edition,” Time Out New York, August 10 Le Hay, Benjamin-Emile, “Artists Nate Lowman and Keith Mayerson Take a Long, Hard Look at Humanity,” Black Book Art Review, August 17 Phillips, Brad, “Keith Mayerson,” (interview), Hunter and Cook 06, Summer Saltz, Jerry, “Remembrances of Louise Bourgois’s Salons,” New York, June 3 “Neo-Integrity at MoCCA,” Publisher’s Weekly The Beat, March 31


2009 Sokol, Brett, “36 Hours in Cleveland,” The New York Times, September 20 “Bang for your Buck,” Art + Auction, July-August Heller, Fran, “Art Museum’s New East Wing is a Celebration of Firsts,” Cleveland Jewish News, Friday, July 3 Litt, Steven, “Cleveland Museum of Art Displays New Acquisitions in East Wing,” The Plain Dealer, Cleveland, OH Time Out Amsterdam (image and listing), June Cotter, Holland. “Peanut Gallery,” The New York Times, Art Review, Jan 29 2008 “Keith Mayerson,” The New Yorker, Galleries - Chelsea, November 10 “History Keeps Me Awake At Night,” The New Yorker, Galleries - Chelsea, August 4 Cotter, Holland. “History Keeps Me Awake At Night,” The New York Times, July 25 Vogel, Traci. “Time in a Bottle,” San Francisco Weekly, July 9-15, Vol. 27, No. 24 Greenfield, Beth. “Body of Influence.” Time Out New York, Issue 667, Jul 10-16 Rosenberg, Karen. “A New High in Getting Low,” The New York Times, Mar 7 Bradley, Joe, “Salon XXIV,” The Journal: Contemporary Culture, Spring NY 2007 “Joe Bradley / Ann Craven / Dana Frankfort / Keith Mayerson,” The New Yorker, Galleries - Chelsea, August 20 Saltz, Jerry, “Has Money Ruined Art?,” New York Magazine, October 15. Keith Mayerson, New American Paintings, no. 68, pgs. 90-93 (and cover) Katz, Miriam, “NeoIntegrity,”, August. Cotter, Holland, “NeoIntegrity” (starred capsule review), Friday August 17 and 24. “NeoIntegrity,” (capsule review), Paper Magazine, August, pg. 120. “Neo-Integrity,” capsule review, The New Yorker, August 27 “Perfect 10: This Week’s News & to-Do’s,” New York Daily News, Monday, August 13. Cotter, Holland. “When the Curator Is Also an Artist, Go Ahead, Expect Surprises,” The New York Times, August 9 Glaser, Cris, “Family Guy,” Cleveland, April 17. 2006 White, Roger, “Keith Mayerson Kings and Queens,” The Brooklyn Rail, Dec 05/Jan 07, Artseen p. 44 Gelber, Eric. “James Reilly and Keith Mayerson,”, December Wolin, Joseph R., “Keith Mayerson,” Time Out New York, Nov 23-29, p. 99 Gelber, Eric. “Of Groups - and Individuals,” The New York Sun, Nov 16 2005 Knight, Christopher. “Fresh, original voices in L.A.: A deceptive look at a mythic figures,” Los Angeles Times, October 28 Ammirati, Dominic. “Keith Mayerson,” Artforum, February. p. 175 2004 Smith, Roberta. “Keith Mayerson,” The New York Times, December 24 Speers Mears, Emily. “Keith Mayerson,”, December 13 Smith, Roberta. “Rimbaud,” The New York Times, July 30, p. E35 Levin, Kim. “Rimbuad,” The Village Voice, July 28 Johnson, Ken. “The Sublime is (Still) Now,” The New York Times, June 11 Walker, Kelley. “Top Ten,” Artforum, April Cohen, Michael. “Keith Mayerson,” artUS, April – May Keith Mayerson, “Work in Progress,” V Magazine Schmidt, Jason, “Artists” 2003 Cotter, Holland. “Keith Mayerson,” The New York Times, December 12 Mmirati, Domenick. “Critic’s Pick: You,”, October 2002 Kannenberg Jr., Gene. “Read All (or Some) About It,” X-Tra, Vol. 3, No. 3, Spring The Comics Journal, Issue No.242, April, p. 68-69 “Landscape,” Time Out New York, Reviews, February 21, Issue No. 334


1998 Herbert, Martin. “Codex USA,” (Review), Time Out, London, page 51 Rimanelli, David. “Painting Now and Forever,” Listings, The New Yorker, June-July Duncan, Michael. “Keith Mayerson at Jay Gorney,” Art in America, Reviews, June, p. 107 Johnson, Ken. “View Three,” The New York Times, Reviews, May 1, p. E43 Drenner, Craig. “View Three,“ NY Arts Magazine, May, p. 29 Mayerson, Keith. “Guest Room With a View,” Paper, May, p. 49 (illus.) James, Merlin. “New York: Recent Painting,” Burlington Magazine, London, February, p. 65-67 Still, Torri. “Filling the Canvas,” Brown Alumni Monthly, January/February, p. 38-43 1997 Schwendener, Martha. “Keith Mayerson,” Time Out New York, Nov. 20-27, p. 47 Arning, Bill. “Keith Mayerson,” Bomb, November ”Keith Mayerson,” (Interview), Dangerous Drawings, Juno Books, New York Featured Artist, Honcho, November, p.66-67 Carter, Holland. ““The Name of the Place,” The New York Times, Reviews, February 24 Tom, Karen. “Horror Hospital Unplugged,” Cover, Volume 11, Number 5, p. 59 Hainley, Bruce. “Horror Hospital Unplugged,” Index, May, pg. 79 Marston, Jayson. ““Horror Hospital Unplugged,” Drummer, August, vol. 208, p. 49-50 “Horror Hospital Unplugged,” Library Journal, April 1 “Horror Hospital Unplugged,” Attitude, London, March, p. 22 “Cult Fiction,” Gay Times, London, February, p. 69 “Horror Hospital Unplugged,” Bay Area Guardian, Literature Section, February 1996 Knight, Christopher. ”Review,” Los Angeles Times, April 10, Section F, p. 6 Pagel, David. “Keith Mayerson,” Art Issues, September/October, p. 40 “PW’s Best Books,” Publisher’s Weekly, November 4, P. 57 “Horror Hospital Unplugged,” Publisher’s Weekly, September 23, p. 71 Rimanelli, David. ‘The Young and the Feckless: Keith Mayerson’s comic rock novel,” OUT, October, p. 66 “A Brilliant Chick Parody,” OUT, August 1995 Greene, David A. “Review,” ART & TEXT, January, p. 71 FRAMEWORK, Volume 7, issue 3, p. 23-26 (illus.) Red Hot + Bothered: The Indie Rock Guide to Dating, Volumes 1 (pp. 11, 21) & Volume 2 (Back Cover) (illustrations), magazine produced by the Red Hot Organization, included with album compilations Michel, Deborah. “The Himbos are Coming! The Himbos are Coming!” BUZZ, April, p. 59 1994 Relyea, Lane. “Openings: Keith Mayerson,” Artforum, April 1994, p. 92 Helfland, Glen. “Sympathy For the Devil,” San Francisco Weekly, April 6, 1994, Vol. XII, no. 6, p. 19. Duncan, Michael. “LA Rising,” Art in America, December, p. 72 Myers, Terry R. “On View: Los Angeles,” New Art Examiner, December, p. 36 Pagel, David. “Art Review: Convention Unites with Gay Fantasy,” Los Angeles Times, October 6, p. F4 Saltz, Jerry, “L.A. Rising,” Art & Auction, April, page 88 Atkins, Robert. “Queer For You,” Village Voice, June 28 Bonnetti, David. “Gallery Watch: Give ‘em that ‘ol tired religion,” San Francisco Examiner, April 15, p. D10 Cotter, Holland. “The Joys of Childhood Reexamined,” The New York Times, March 25, p. C30 1993 Bonnetti, David. “A Queer Way To Look At Pinocchio,” San Francisco Examiner, Friday, November, p. E10 Helfland, Glen. “Art,” San Francisco Weekly, November 17, p. 15 Provenzano, Jim. “Pinocchio Queerified,” Bay Area Reporter, vol. XXIII, November 18, section II 1990 Snook, Raven. “Cameo’s: K. Mayerson’s “A Child Is Being Beaten,” The Village Voice, August 7, p. 100 163

Public Collections Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY Los Angeles Country Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA The Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, OH The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH American University Museum of Art, Washington, D.C. The Davis Museum at Wellesley College

Teaching Experience 2016-present Professor of Art, Roski School of Art and Design, University of Southern California (Topics in Advanced Painting, Special Topics: Comics Projects) 2005-2016 Cartooning Coordinator, School of Visual Arts (Administrative Position, acting as a conduit between Cartooning Faculty and Students and Chair, organizer of Precollege Cartooning Program, Organizer and host of: Illustration and Cartooning Continuing Education Open House, Illustration and Cartooning Professional Portfolio Day, Cartooning Accepted Students Day, “Fresh Meat: SVA’s Comic Convention”, the SVA booth at comic conventions. Faculty advisor for cartooning club “Cartoon Allies” and “INK!” the cartooning magazine). 1995-99, 2000-2016 Faculty, School of Visual Arts Classes taught: Senior Portfolio, Junior Thesis, Sophomore Principals, Advanced (Model) Drawing, Senior Series: Anime Wonderland, Drawing, Precollege Cartooning, Continuing Education Advanced Cartooning, Graduate Advisor/Mentor 2014 Adjunct Lecturer/Visiting Artist, Brown University Classes taught: Critique Intensive class for seniors 2012-13 Assistant Professor of Professional Practice in Visual Arts in the Faculty of the Arts, Columbia University Classes taught: MFA Graduate Student Critique, Senior Studio, Foundation Painting (also served on 5 MFA thesis committees, also 5 additional thesis committees in 2014) Spring 2012 Adjunct Assistant Professor, Columbia University Classes taught: MFA Graduate Student Critique (also served on 5 MFA thesis committees) Spring 2011 Core Critic, Graduate Painting Program, Yale University School of Art Classes taught: intensive MFA studio visits 2008-2011 Adjunct Lecturer, Brooklyn College (MFA, MA, and Undergraduate) Classes taught: Master Painting (MFA, MA), Graduate Critique Seminar, Painting 3 (Advanced, undergraduate) 1998-99, 2000-2012 Adjunct Instructor, New York University (BFA, MA) Classes taught: Senior Honors Studio, Senior Integrated Liberal Arts Seminar, Drawing (and Painting) Foundation, Galleries and Museums of New York (for MA and BFA), Graduate Critique, Advanced Painting, Visual Arts Praxis, Semiotics and Art, individual mentorships and independent studies


1999-2000 Adjunct Professor, University of California, Irvine Classes taught: Contemporary Art History, Advanced Painting, Art and theory seminar 1999 Instructor, “Four Painters Program”, Museum School, Boston Classes taught: intensive MFA studio visits 1995 Adjunct Professor, University of California, Irvine Classes taught: Advanced Painting

Visiting Artist Lectures and Guest Teaching New York Academy of Art, NYC, 2015 “Teacher Exchange Workshop” Whitney Museum, NY, 2014 Columbus Museum of Art, OH, 2013 Columbia University, NY; 2009, 2011, 2013 (three times) Yale University, NY: 2013, 2012 (twice) Bennington College (2014) American University (2008) University of Tennessee (2008) Tyler School of Art, Temple University, PA (1997) Museum School in Boston, “Four Painters Program” (1999) School of Visual Arts MFA (2013, 2011, 2007, 2005, 2001—at least 5 times) Boston University (2014, 2012, 2011—three times) Brown University (1998, 2015—twice)

Panels and Artist Talks 2017 Conversation regarding R.B. Kitaj, moderated by curator Barry Schwabsky, with artists Natalie Frank. Samua Lamtarpvslu and R. B. Kitaj Studio Project Director Tracey Bartley, Marlborough Contemporary, New York. 2016 Conversation on American painting with Ortrud Westheider (Director, Museum Barberini, Germany), Adam Weinberg (Director, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York), and Keith Mayerson, moderated by Kimberly Marteau Emerson (Embassy of the United States of America), Weiss Berlin, Germany. 2014 “Breakfast With the Director (Adam Weinberg),” Whitney Museum of American Art. May 14. “Making the Invisible, Visible: Willem van Genk’s Mapping of Modern Life,” moderated by Dan Mazur, also featuring Ans van Berkum, Dr. Valerie Rousseau, Patrick Allegaert, Ben Katchor. American Folk Art Museum, New York City, October 8. “Strong Female Protagonists,” Shelly Bond, Alitha Martinez, Diane Noomin, Raina Telegemeir, moderated and organized by Keith Mayerson, part of the Society of Illustrators/MoCCA Comics Week, School of Visual Arts, April 1. 2013 “Painting Expanded Symposium,” California College of the Arts, April 13 (Participating artists include Mary Heilmann, Keith Mayerson, Keltie Ferris, Meleko Mogkosi, Dushko Petrovich, Lecia Dole Recio, Amy Bessone, Tom LaDuke. Mary Weatherford, Vincent Fecteau). 2011 “8 Americans” (Hilary Berseth, Joe Bradley, Jacob Cassay, Ann Craven, Francesca DiMattio, Wade Guyton, Keith Mayerson, Dana Schutz), September 2011, Alain Noirhomme Gallery, Brussels 2011 (video series).


2010 “A Conversation with Gary Panter and Peter Saul, moderated by Keith Mayerson,” Thursday, August 19, Museum of Comics and Cartoon Art, New York. “Dash Shaw and Keith Mayerson in Conversation,” Tuesday, May 25, Museum of Comics and Cartoon Art, New York.

Boards 2007-2011 Board of Trustees, Museum of Comics and Cartoon Art, NY

Artist’s Videos 2012 “8 Americans” (interview series with Hilary Berseth, Joe Bradley, Jacob Cassay, Ann Craven, Francesca DiMattio, Wade Guyton, Keith Mayerson, Dana Schutz), part of the 8 Americans curated exhibition Maruani & Noirhomme Gallery, Brussels, Belgium, September 2011 2011 Portrait of Anne Frank, part of “Life, Art & Fashion,” Shaheen Modern & Contemporary Art, Cleveland, OH

Plays/Screenplays 2000 Hamlet 1999 (filmscript) 1999 A Child is Being Beaten (filmscript) 1995 Nowhere Fast 1993 Pinocchio the Big Fag 1991 Fags 1988-89 A Child is Being Beaten, BACA DOWNTOWN, New York, NY directed by David Savran and Ron Clark, July-August 1989: THE BOX, Trinity Repertory Company, Providence, RI, March 1989, as a part of “Graduate Play Festival,” Directed by David Savran and Ron Clark, Leeds Theater and Brown’s Production Workshop. Spring 1988. Directed by Keith Mayerson as part of Richard Foreman’s “Blackboard” series, St. Marks Theater, New York City, Summer, 2004. TYGER, (Set design only), Leeds Theater, Brown University, Fall 1987 Melonboy (also director and set designer) Production Workshop, Brown University, March, 1988


1994 Pinocchio Install Richard Telles Gallery, LA


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