Drew Dodge - CV+Bio

Drew Dodge creates paintings that depict figures–part human, part canine, and part bovine–that are engaged in mischievous activities amidst dirt, mud, hay, blood, and waste. Circular forms of moons and hay bales contrast with the wiry texture of hay, splintered wood, and the figures’ coats. By softening the bristly texture of his colorful creatures, Dodge balances chaos, ecstasy, and pain with a sense of serenity and hope.


Born 2001, Monterey, California
Lives and works in New York

Education
2022
BFA, Rhode Island School of Design

Solo Exhibitions
2022
Prophecy, Steve Turner, Los Angeles
Enigma, 
L21 Gallery, Palma de Mallorca

2021
Wasteland, Steve Turner, Los Angeles

Group Exhibitions
2021
Untitled, Miami Beach (with Steve Turner)
Universes 4, Galerie Droste, Paris
Cave Canem, Eve Leibe Gallery, London

2020
Visions in the Nunnery, Bow Arts, London

Grants, Residencies and Awards
2021
Ellen Battell Stoeckel Fellowship, Yale University School of Art
Yale Norfolk School of Art (residency)

2020
Herbert Claiborne Pell III & Eugenia Diehl Pell Scholarship

2018
Honors Student at Rhode Island School of Design
Bob and Louise McCall Visual Arts Scholarship
SSCA Artists and Authors Showcase Winner

2015
Scholastic Art and Writing Awards, Gold Key, Silver Key

Biography
2021
“Curated Selection of Works by Harper Levine,” Issue 24, Art Maze Magazine
Bogojev, Sasha. “Wasteland: Drew Dodge’s Solo Debut @ Steve Turner, Los Angeles,” Juxtapoz Magazine, May 4

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