John P. Hogan is an artist interested in the integration of entertainment culture with mythology, and the ways this is expressed in American subculture. He creates expansive artworks engendering drawing, writing, pop music, performance, radio-plays, and video. His performance art evokes populist forms such as Community Theater and garage rock, which resist professionalization and celebrate untrained enthusiasm.
Hogan has exhibited and performed at venues including MCASD, John Connelly Presents, Yerba Buena Center, Fritz Haeg’s Sundown Salon, MAK Center and Machine Project. I received my MFA in Art and Integrated Media from the California Institute of the Arts in 2006 and my BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2000.