Glen Fogel

Visiting Artist

Glen Fogel is an artist that lives and works in New York. His work spans an array of mediums including video, film, installation, sculpture, painting and photography. Recent solo exhibitions include SCAD Museum of Art, Savannah, JTT, NY, Callicoon Fine Arts, NY, Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, Participant Inc., NY, and The Kitchen, NY. He has been included in the Whitney Biennial and numerous group exhibitions at venues including The Power Plant, Toronto, Sikkema Jenkins, NY, Artists Space, NY, ICA Philadelphia, and NGBK, Berlin. His film and video work has screened at the Toronto International Film Festival, The London International Film Festival, The Hammer Museum, LA, and MoMA, NY, among many others.

A frequent collaborator, Fogel made a video installation with Alexandra Bachzetsis in conjunction with her performance commission, Massacre: Variations on a Theme, for the MoMA atrium in New York and documenta 14, Kassel, both in 2017. He has worked with RoseAnne Spradlin Dance on numerous productions as a video and visual designer, and most recently as the sound designer for X at the Joyce Theater, New York in 2016. He directed Antony and Johnson’s first music video, Hope there’s someone in 2005.

Fogel received his MFA from the Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts, Bard College in 2010.

Glen Fogel, With You… Us, Installation view at SCAD Museum of Art, 2017
Glen Fogel, With You… Us, Installation view at SCAD Museum of Art, 2017


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