Sean Patrick Micka (b. 1979)
2004 BFA, The Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University, Boston
ARTIST IN RESIDENCE
2011 Torn Screens, Aviary Gallery, Jamaica Plain, MA
2011 $72M Sale Shatters Warhol Record, Die Ausstellungsstrasse, Vienna, Austria
2008 After Images, Judi Rotenberg Gallery, Boston
2005-06 Memorabilia, Judi Rotenberg Gallery, Boston
2002 Paintings, drawings, books, The Art Institute of Boston, Boston
2015 AIR Space Program, Studio Exhibition, Abrons Arts Center, New York, NY.
Form, Like the Spice, Brooklyn, New York
2010 Untitled, Judi Rotenberg Gallery, Boston
AIDS Benefit, The Barbara Krakow Gallery, Boston
2009 Popsicle, Judi Rotenberg Gallery, Boston
2006 Made in America, Judi Rotenberg Gallery, Boston
Paper! Awesome!, Pigman Gallery, San Francisco
2004 Summer Science, Judi Rotenberg Gallery, Boston
Supersalon, Samson Projects, Boston
2003 Small Wonders, Judi Rotenberg Gallery, Boston
Untitled Polaroid Paintings, Judi Rotenberg Gallery, Boston
2002 AIB Undergraduate Exhibition, The Art Institute of Boston, Boston
2014 Speakers Corner, day 1: Vision and Visuality; day 2: Matter and Memory; day 3: Color and Chroma; day 4: 1500m, 5000m 10000m, Untitled Art Fair, FL.
2015 Compositions, Self published
Important Jewels, Self published
2014 Pseudonyms, Ed. Peter Coffin, forthcoming. (Christine).
2014 Adjunct Faculty, Eugene Lang College, The New School. Prof. of “Color and Chroma: Perception, Pigments, Patents”.
Seminar on the history of the idea of color in arts and sciences, visual culture and, social and political economies.
Svenska Dagbladet, “Connections Become Clear Over,” Håkan Nilsson, Oct. 2013
Czech Business Weekly, “New Gallery Presents New York Artists,” Mollie McGurk, Nov. 2009
The Boston Globe, “An Artist with Breathtaking Scope,” Cate McQuaid, Jan. 2008
The Boston Globe, “Distance Learning,” Cate McQuaid, Dec. 2005
The Improper Bostonian, Dec. 2005
The Boston Herald, “Creating a Future,” Mary Jo Palumbo, Oct. 2004
ArtsMedia, Vol. 9 No. 43, “Bringing the New to Newbury,” Rachel Strutt, Aug. 2004
The Boston Globe, “Three Shows Shake Up Summer Doldrums,” Cate McQuaid, Aug. 2004