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Sean Raspet

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Current Exhibitions and Events
Room East
May, 2015 Any Human Measure
Mar, 2015 D̶̶I̶̶D̶̶I̶̶N̶̶G̶̶ – Ein Innen, das ein Außen bleibt?
Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien

Sean Raspet was born in Washington, D.C. in 1981. He lives and works in New York and San Francisco. He earned his BFA in sculpture at the Rhode Island School of Design and attended the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program. Raspet has exhibited extensively in the United States and abroad. His most recent projects include A Brief History at Art Basel Miami Beach (2008), The Ones We Work For at Daniel Reich Gallery, and A Modest Proposal at Daniel Reich Gallery at the Frieze Art Fair, London (2007). Raspet has participated in group exhibitions at Renwick Gallery, New York, and The Morning News (curated by Lumi Tan) at BE-PART Contemporary Art Center, Waregem, Belgium – both were held in 2010.

Additionally, Raspet’s work has been included in RU-486 (curated by Benjamin Godsill) at the Artisterium, T’bilisi, Republic of Georgia; Convention (curated by Ruba Katrib), MOCA Miami; If the Dogs are Barking, Artist’s Space, New York; 1999, Ten Year Anniversary Show, China Art Objects, Los Angeles; and The Shape of Things to Come, The Saatchi Gallery, London.
In 2008, Raspet participated in the Palm Beach Biennal, at Gavlak Projects, West Palm Beach and in a group exhibition titled PDF (curated by Summer Guthry, Lumi Tan, and Nicholas Weist) and exhibited in various locations, as well as at Museum 52 in New York.

Raspet’s works have also been featured in V Magazine, Interview Magazine, The New York Times, and on’s “Critics’ Picks: New York.” In 2007, Raspet published an artist’s book entitled A Parody of Existence.

Recent Exhibits

Sean Raspet participated in these exhibits:

Jan, 2015 Castles Burning
Room East
Dec, 2014 Dreaming Wildly, Fighting To Win: Benefit Art Auction for Critical Resistance Los Angeles
The Underground Museum
Nov, 2014 Residuals
Jessica Silverman Gallery
Jun, 2014 Scars of Our Revolution
Galerie Yvon Lambert
Jun, 2014 The Stanley Parable
May, 2014 Graduate Open Studios
UCLA Warner Graduate Studios
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