Nick Mauss (1980) lives and works in New York. He currently has a solo exhibition at Kunsthalle, Basel in Switzerland. His work was recently part of the exhibition Transcorporealities at Museum Ludwig, Cologne (2019).
He recently had solo exhibitions at the Whitney Museum, New York (2018), Triennale di Milano and Torre Velasca, Milan (2018) and at the Serralves Museum, Porto (2017) with an accompanying catalogue.
Mauss created a permanent installation commissioned for the I.M. Pei designed Building 66 on the MIT campus in Cambridge, USA, which was inaugurated in October 2018.
His work is part of the permanent collections of Museum of Modern Art, New York; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; The Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; The Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; Princeton Art Museum, Princeton; Long Museum, Shanghai; M+ Museum, Hong Kong; National Museum of Monaco, Princesse-Grace, Monaco and FRAC Champagne-Ardenne, Reims.
Who Would Call, 2017
9 panels with reverse glass painting, mirrored
159 x 219 cm / 62.6 x 86.2 inches
conducted underneath, 2014
Wire mesh, plaster, pencil, acrylic, charcoal
173 x 122 cm / 68 x 48 inches