Ryan Trecartin

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Untitled Still 5 , Video still from A Family Finds Entertainment , 2004 Trt 41 Minutes And 12 Seconds
A Family Finds Entertainment (Untitled Still 12), 2004 © Courtesy of Artist and New Museum
Import Landscape Exploit, 2008 Mixed Media 84 X 66 X 48 Inches © courtesy of the artists and Elizabeth Dee Gallery
Digested Sisters Photo Prop, 2008 Mixed Media 6’ X 5’ X 2’6” © courtesy of the artist and Elizabeth Dee Gallery
I-Be-Area, 2007 Video © Courtesy of the Artist, Electronic Arts Intermix
Sibling Topics (Section A), 2009 © Courtesy the artist and Elizabeth Dee, New York
still from Sibling Topics (section a) 2009 HD video, 50 min. © Image courtesy of the artist and Elizabeth Dee, New York
© Courtesy of the Artist and The Cinefamily
© Courtesy of the Artist and The Cinefamily
© Courtesy of the artist and Museum of Contemporary Art - North Miami (MOCA NOMI)
K-Corea.INC.K (section a), 2009 Video Still © Courtesy the artist and Elizabeth Dee, NY
Negative Beach + Lizzie Fitch, 2010 © Courtesy the artist and Elizabeth Dee, New York. Photo: Sebastian Kim
Still from The Re'Search, 2009-2010 Video
© Courtesy of the artist & The Elizabeth Dee Gallery
Item Falls Film Still © © Fitch Trecartin Studios
excerpt from ANIMATION COMPANION , 2014 Photo Story Originally Published In Modern Weekly, Guangzhou © Courtesy of the Artist; Andrea Rosen Gallery New York; Regen Projects Los Angeles; and Sprüth Magers Berlin London
Priority Innfield (Pole), 2013 © Courtesy of the Artist and Zabludowicz Collection
Priority Innfield (Fence), 2013 © Photo: Stuart Whipps
SITE VISIT, 2014 Video Still © Courtesy der Künstler; Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York; Regen Projects, Los Angeles; Sprüth Magers Berlin London
© Courtesy of the Artists and Andrea Rosen Gallery
© Courtesy of the Artists and Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art
Quick Facts

Ryan Trecartin writes, directs, and produces movies that explore themes of identity, consumerism, and post-millennial technology. His cinematic and sculptural practice—developed through a close synergy with his primary collaborator, Lizzie Fitch—anticipates and challenges today’s defining technologies and social developments. Since he emerged in the mid-2000s, his distinct voice in contemporary art has influenced a broad, intergenerational range of cultural practitioners. Born in Texas and raised in Ohio, Trecartin has lived and worked in Providence, New Orleans, Philadelphia, Miami, and Los Angeles. Any Ever is his non-sequential, seven-part body of work completed in 2011. It has been exhibited at ARC/Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris (2011), MoMA P.S.1, New York (2011), the Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami (2011), the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (2010), and The Power Plant, Toronto (2010). Trecartin has participated in numerous international biennials in addition to the New Museum Triennial (2009), including the Singapore Biennial (2011), Gwangju Biennial (2010), Liverpool Biennial (2010), and the Whitney Biennial (2006).

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