Chronik

1957
Born in Houston, TX
1981
BA, Rice University
1991
Englehard Award
Lives and works in Houston, TX

Ausstellungen

2010
Green Cube, Noma Gallery, San Francisco, USA (solo)
2010
Rüdiger Schöttle Gallery, Munich, Germany (solo)
2010
Preconceived Iconography, Museum 52 New York, USA
2009
Peres Projects, Athens, Greece (solo)
2009
Zach Feuer Gallery, New York, NY(solo)
2009
Wart Exhibit, Peres Projects, Berlin, Germany(solo)
2009
there’s something I’ve been meaning to tell you… Marty Walker Gallery, Dallas, TX
2009
Geography of the Imagination, curated by Michael Briggs, Lead Apron, Los Angeles, USA Minneapolis, Peres Projects, Los Angeles, USA
2009
Minneapolis, Peres Projects, Los Angeles, USA
2009
Reality Sandwiches, Artnews Projects, Berlin, Germany
2008
Pretty Ugly, Maccarone, New York, NY
2008
Sack of Bones, Peres Projects, Los Angeles, CA
2008
Texas Made and Option H, McClain Gallery, Houston, TX
2008
Entertainment Weakly, Peres Projects, Los Angeles, CA(solo)
2008
Sack of Bones, Asia Song Society, New York, USA
2007
New Paintings by Jeff Elrod, Mark Flood and Jeff Zilm, Marty Walker Gallery, Dallas, TX
2007
Group Exhibition by Gallery Artists, Marty Walker Gallery, Dallas, TX
2006
Lace Paintings, Finesilver Gallery, San Antonio, TX (solo)
2006
Lace Paintings, Marty Walker Gallery, Dallas, TX (solo)
2006
Scope, Pulse and Flow Miami
2006
Assorted Rags, Arthur Roger Gallery, New Orleans, LA (solo)
2006
Mark Flood, Jeff Elrod and Jack Pierson, Marfa Book Company, Marfa, TX
2006
Inaugural Group Show, Marty Walker Gallery, Dallas, TX
2005
"Support Your Local Parasitic Art Bureaucracy," Brasil, Houston, TX (solo)
2005
"Surprise Your Loved Ones," Machine Project, Los Angeles, CA (solo)
2005
"Return of the Boys in the Bubble," Anton Kern Gallery, NYC
2004
American Fine Arts, New York City (solo)
2004
Angstrom Gallery in Dallas, TX (solo)
2004
Solway Jones in Los Angeles (solo)
2003
Mark Flood, Mixture Contmporary Art, Houston, TX (solo)
2002
Summer Drawings, Mixture Contemporary Art, Houston, Texas
2002
2211 Solway Jones, Los Angeles, CA (solo)
2002
Mark Flood, Angstrom Gallery, Dallas, TX (solo)
2002
Mark Flood, Mixture Contemporary Art, Houston, TX (solo)
2002
Blip, University of South Florida Contemporary Arts Museum, Tampa, FL
2002
Bitchin’ Pictures, Solway Jones, Los Angeles, CA
2002
Million Dollar Hotel, Houston, TX
2001
Postmodern Americans: a selection, The Menil Collection, Houston, TX
2001
Trying Too Hard, Commerce Street, Houston, TX
2001
Lace Paintings, Sala Diaz, San Antonio, TX (solo)
2001
Show People, CB313 Gallery, New York
2001
Kick the Habit, Good/Bad, New York
2000
Broken Paintings, Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York
2000
An Exhibition of Work by Mark Flood Organized by Rob Weiner, Marfa, TX (solo)
2000
Mark Flood, Dan McCarthy, Jack Pierson, Anton Kern Gallery, New York
1999
Texas Draws, Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston
1998
Elrod/Flood/Tucker, Angstrom Gallery, Dallas
1998
Temple Signage, Commerce Street Artists Warehouse, Houston, TX (solo)
1997
Lawndale Art Center, Houston, TX
1997
Uncommon Sense, Geffen Contemporary, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
1997
More Mark Flood, Brasil, Houston, TX (solo)
1996
Unmade in the U.S.A., La Pananderia, Mexico City
1995
City Folk, Holly Solomon Gallery, NYC
1994
Made in the U.S.A.: A 2000 Year Survey, Thicket Gallery, NYC
1994
Mark Flood, Lynn Goode Gallery, Houston, TX (solo)
1993
Trophy Paintings, Zero One Gallery, Los Angeles, CA (solo)
1993
Acquisitions of the 90s, Museum of Fine Art, Houston, TX
1993
Darkness and Light, Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston, TX
1993
Faces, River Oaks Theater, Houston, TX
1993
Over 100 Viewings of the Rodney King Beating, Catal Huyuk, Houston, TX
1992
Avenues of Departure, Contemporary Art Center, New Orleans, LA
1992
Primarily Paint, Laguna Gloria Museum, Austin, TX
1992
Crosses, Jamison Thomas Gallery, Portland, OR
1992
Paint by Numbers, Bridgewater-Lustberg Gallery, NYC
1992
Art Management, Lynn Goode Gallery, Houston (solo)
1991
Social Bodies, GVG Gallery, Houston (solo)
1991
Texas Selections from The Menil Collection, Galveston Art Center, Galveston, TX
1991
Animals, Max Fish, NYC
1991
Perfect World, San Antonio Museum of Art, San Antonio, TX
1991
Mutilations, Max Fish, New York, NYC
1991
Pop Art: The Object Transformed, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX
1990
The Art of Assemblage, Lynn Goode Gallery, Houston, TX
1989
Primal Screen: A Fake Art Movement, Treebeard’s, Houston, TX
1989
Imperatives, GVG Gallery, Houston (solo)
1989
Celebrity Idolatry, Commerce Street, Houston (solo)
1988
Billboard Alterations, DiverseWorks, Houston (solo)
1988
Synergy, Glassell School of Art, Houston, TX
1988
Houston 88, 1600 Smith, Houston, TX
1987
Vandalism, Screen Memories, Houston, TX
1987
One Eye, Houston Center for Photography, Houston, TX
1987
True Wit - Humor in Texas Art, 1600 Smith, Houston, TX
1987
Found, DiverseWorks, Houston, TX
1987
My Relationship with my Co-Workers, Instituto Stato di Cultura, Houston (solo)
1986
3 to 5, DiverseWorks, Houston, TX
1986
Propaganda, Mid-Town Art Center, Houston, TX
1985
Group Show, DiverseWorks, Houston, TX
1982
Prisoners of Conscience, Studio One, Houston, TX
1981
Five Unimportant Artists, 3221 Milam, Houston, TX
1981
Group Show, Studio One, Houston, TX
1981
And Man Chose, 3221 Milam, Houston, Texas (solo)

Literatur

2004
'Mark Flood' by Brian Sholis, Artforum.com The New Yorker, 31 May 2004
2002
Johnson, Patricia. 'Lace Paintings' Finds a Delicate Balance. Houston Chronicle (May 18).
2002
Klaasmeyer, Kelly. 'Arsenic and Old Lace'. Houston Press (May 16)
2002
Kutner, Janet. 'Lacevalue'. Dallas Morning News (February 20).
2002
Ballou, Chris. 'You Can't Say No To the Beauty and the Beast'. www.Glasstire.com.
2000
McCormick, Carlo. 'Broken Pictures'. Hempstead: Hofstra University.
1997
Dewan, Shaila. 'Playing Around'. Houston Press (October 2-8).
1997
Anspon, Catherine. 'Monstrous Doubles'. Public News (August 6).
1992
Kalil, Susie. 'Art and Commerce'. Houston Press (February 27).
1991
McCormick, Carlo. 'Mark Flood'. High Times (July).
1990
Solis, Diana. 'He Avoids the Risk of Censorship'. Wall Street Journal (August 9).