Max Warsh

Max Warsh

Max Warsh

Nine Impediments, 2012
Photographs on panels in frame
27 x 36 in / 68.58 x 91.44 cm

Max Warsh

Max Warsh

Strike Slip, 2013
Photographs and acrylic on panel
24 x 20 in / 60.96 x 50.8 cm

Born in Henniker, NH
Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY


MFA, University of Illinois at Chicago

BA, Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, NY

Middlebury College School in Russia, Irkutsk, Russia

Selected exhibitions

Peripheral Prose, Longhouse Projects, New York, NY
Max Warsh: BILDER, toomer labzda, New York, NY

Swamp, curated by Kari Adelaide, Poe Park Visitor Center, New York, NY
Shaun Flynn, David Ostrowski, Max Warsh, Shoot the Lobster, New York, NY
Regina Rex: Part One, Eli Ping, New York, NY
Max Warsh and Vanesa Zendejas, SOFA, Austin, TX

CHILDERS/WARSH, New Capital, Chicago, IL
Remnants, Werkhaus, Brooklyn, NY

ANCIENT, C.R.E.A.M. Projects, Brooklyn, NY

I AM I A KILLER, Sam Lee Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Jean Robison and Max Warsh, Me and You Variety Candy, Los Angeles, CA
Night Light, Slab Projects, Glendale, CA
The Pyramid Show, Monte Vista, Los Angeles, CA

Formfit: State Style, Great Space, University of Illinois at Chicago
MFA Thesis Exhibition, Gallery 400, Chicago, IL

Video: I Like, Sonnenchein Gallery, Lake Forest, IL
Formfit, Great Space, University of Illinois at Chicago

New Photographs, Bates Gallery, Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, NY


2010-present Co-founder and curator, Regina Rex, Queens, NY


Schlesinger, Kyle, “Putting Things Together,” …might be good, issue #191, June 2, 2012.
Biel, Kim, “I AM I A KILLER at Sam Lee Gallery,” Artweek v. 39, issue 8, October 2008


“Siebren Versteeg: On Good Behavior” cat. entry for New. New York. Vienna: Essl Museum, 2012
“Lewis Baltz” and “Hiroshi Sugimoto” entries for This Is Not to Be Looked At: Highlights from the Permanent Collection of The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. Los Ange-les: Museum of Contemporary Art, 2008.
“Digital Image Overload: Museums in Transition,” with Lynda Bunting, Visual Resources Association Bulletin v. 35, no. 2 (Summer 2009).