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Matthew Langley received his BFA from Corcoran School of Art in Washington DC in 1985. Since then, Langley’s work has been shown extensively in the United States and Europe through numerous group and solo exhibitions.
Recent exhibitions include; Big Circle at M17 Contemporary Art Center, Kiev, In Color at Page Bond Gallery, Richmond, VA and The Unified Field at Blank Space, New York, NY.
Langley’s artworks have also been included in various public and corporate collections including; the International Museum of Collage, Assemblage, and Construction, The Doris Patz Collection at the University of Maryland University College (UMUC), DC Commission for the Arts and Humanities, Ernest and Young, PNC Bank, Saks Fifth Avenue, Norwegian Cruise Lines, MacAndrews & Forbes and the State Department of the United States.
He currently lives and works in New York.
Books mentioned in the interview were White by Kenya Hara. Hara has been the art director of Muji since 2001. Also mentioned were the books of John le Carré
[…] Matthew Langley spoke to us in May of 2020 and again just now at the end of October. Throughout the pandemic he has been able to get into the studio four or five times a week in a building that is closed to visitors and has strict safety protocols for those who hold space there. He finds this studio time a much needed escape from the atmosphere of pandemic and political talk in which we find ourselves. Langley screen prints, paints and runs a zine. Most recently he has been back to working on paper paintings of large format color field work as well as smaller daily sketch paintings. At the moment Langley is finishing up an exhibition at Calloway Fine Arts in Georgetown, DC and also has work on exhibition at KW Contemporary in Maine. To hear more about his work, the exhibitions and more, listen to the complete interview. […]