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John P. Hogan

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The Island of Florida © John P. Hogan
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The Island of Florida: A Foundation Myth, 2010-11 Vinyl 12" © Vampire Orgasm Music
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HERETICS: Episode 1, "A Mission and A Mutiny", Nov. 2, 2008 Performance
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The Island of Florida: A Foundation Myth (set installation), 2006
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The Island of Florida: A Foundation Myth (John P. Hogan as Ponce De Leon) , 2006
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The Island of Florida: A Foundation Myth (Delian Ponzales and The Singing Pig), 2006
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The Island of Florida: A Foundation Myth (Jessica Zalenko as The Old Hag), 2006
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Dooley's Aztec Pizza, 2006 Ink and Acrylic on Paper
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Dooley's Aztec Pizza (detail), 2006 Ink and Acrylic on Paper
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Dooley's Special, 2006 Ink and Acrylic on Paper
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Untitled (Friars and Bacchae #1), 2007 Pencil on Paper 46" X 60"
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Untitled (Friars and Bacchae #3), 2007 Pencil on Paper 46"x60"
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Detail - Untitled (Friars and Bacchae #3), 2007 Pencil on Paper
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Untitled (Friars and Bacchae #2), 2007 Pencil on Paper 46"60"
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Detail - Untitled (Friars and Bacchae #2), 2007 Pencil on Paper
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Friars and Bacchae performance at David Patton, Los Angeles, August 25, 2007 © John P. Hogan
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Friars and Bacchae performance at David Patton, Los Angeles, August 25, 2007 © John P. Hogan
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Friars and Bacchae drawings, installation view, November, 2007
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"Parking Tickets"
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Laurel Canyon and Sunset , 2011 © Courtesy of the Artist and Cirrus Gallery
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© John P. Hogan
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
N.J.
Birth year
1978
Lives in
Los Angeles
Works in
Los Angeles
Schools
CalArts (California Institute of the Arts), 2006, MFA
MICA (Maryland Institute College of Art), 2000, BFA
Tags
performance, exhibition/performance
Statement
bio

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.

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