Diurne, Klaus Von Nichtssagend Gallery, New York

Torch of a Hundred Statues, Klaus Von Nichtssagend Gallery, New York

A Body in Latency, Sala Diaz, San Antonio

The Arrows Like Soft Moon Beams, 65GRAND, Chicago

Cosmopolitan Sleep Positions, Klaus Von Nichtssagend, NYC

Eyes Fixed Upon Pictures, Abrons Art Center, NYC

In A Shaded Corner of the Room…, Galleri Rotor, University of Gothenburg, Sweden. Laura Mott,curator

Dragged Into the Woods, Rokeby, London
Dawn Goes by Ro und the Neck, Klaus Von Nichtsaggend, NYC
A Mouth Which Shouts is a Cave for the Hand , 65Grand, Chicago
Living Daylights, Cress Gallery of Art, University of Tennessee Chattanooga, TN

Accumulations of Matter, Klaus Von Nichtssagend, Brooklyn

Those that Float Because They are Light, SAAG, Alberta, Canada
Ian Pedigo, Rokeby, London
The State Of Before As Its Form, Cardenas Bellanger, Paris

Left in the Open Terraces, 65Grand, Chicago

OnBalanceVolume, Pianissimo, Milan
Titanium Pro, Klaus Von Nichtssagend, Brooklyn
Suddenly Cast From Grayness, 65Grand, Chicago

Original Products Have Lapsed, Klaus Von Nichtssagend, Brooklyn


Local Objects, International Objects, Brooklyn, NY

87 Franklin Inaugural
, Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, New York, NY

Climate of New York, Milton Art Bank, PA, curated by Andrew Arnott

Armory Show, New York

Objecty, Tibor de Nagy
The Art of Now, Hearst Galleries at the Hearst Tower

American Pharoahs, TSA, Brooklyn, NY. Curated by William Crump

Ad Infinitum, The Katzen Art Center, American University, Washington DC. Curated by Brian
Barr and Lauren Rice

Endless Care, Small Editions, Brooklyn, NY. Curated by Sheryl Oppenheim
Site/Displace, Kristen Lorello Gallery, NYC

Paint On, Paint Off, Halsey Mckay, East Hampton, NY
Void, Super Dakota Gallery,Brussels
Braccia , MAN museo, Nuoro, Sardinia, Italy (traveling to; Museo Marino Marini, Florence,
Italy). In collaboration with Alessandro Biggio
Limber: Spatial Painting Practices, Herbert Road Gallery, Canterbury, UK,(traveling to; Grandes
Galeries ESADHaR, Rouen, France.) Curated by Jost Munster
Black Rabbit, White Hole. Samuel Freeman, Los Angles

Files Desks Chairs, Fusebox Arts Festival, Austin, TX. curated by Sterling Allen
you, your sun, and shadow, curated by Michael Jones McKean. Anderson Gallery,
VirginiaCommonwealth University, Richmond.
Office Hours, Forever & Today Inc., NYC. Savannah Gorton & Ingrid Chu, curators
Tailgates and Substitutes, Thierry Goldberg, NY, NY

Related Clues , Inmann Gallery, Houston, TX
matryoshka (A Horse with No Legs Still Makes Him a Winner), w/ Galería Perdida,
Recess Activities, NYC
Repurposed, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA
Voluntary Sculptures, LM Projects, Los Angeles
The Working Title, curated by Kris Chatterson and Vince Contarino, Bronx River Art Center.
We Are, curated by Marco Antonini, Nurture Art, Brooklyn, NYC

The Every Other Day, curated by Donald Johnson-Montenegro, Ideobox Artspace, Miami.
REHAB – Art of the Re-do, curated by Bénédicte Ramade , Espace EDF Electra
GROUP Foundation, Paris, France
Let the Nouns Fool Around, curated by Jen Schwarting, Pace University Gallery, NY
Reconstruct + Deconstruction, curated by Jade Walker, The Visual Arts Center, University of
Texas at Austin
Ballad of the Non-Specific Object, curated by Anjali Gupta, David Shelton Gallery, San Antonio

David Gilbert, Ian Pedigo, Jessica Stockholder, Klaus Von Nichtssagend, Brooklyn
Rubber Sheets, curated by Nick Knight, C.R.E.A.M. projects, NYC
Sick Shape, curated by Jon Lutz, Daily Operation, NYC

The Gentle Art of Collapsing the Expanded Field, curated by Chris Sharp, Cardenas
Bellanger, Paris
Accident Blackspot, curated by Jim Lee and Rob Nadeau, Freight and Volume Gallery NYC
& Markus Winter Gallery, Berlin
Everything vs Nothing, Franklin Parrasch, NYC

Stubborn Materials, curated by Simone Subal, Peter Blum, NYC
Circumventing the City, curated by Rachel Uffner, D’amelio Terras, NYC
Automatic, curated by Chris Churchill, Franklin Parrasch, NYC
Between the Clock and the Bed, curated by Pamela Jorden, David Patton Los Angeles GROUP
Forth Estate Editions , Klaus Von Nichtssagend, NYC

CRG Gallery Presents: Klaus Von Nichtssagend Gallery, CRG Gallery, Brooklyn
EAF06, Socrated Sculpture Park, Long Island City, NYC
Bob Jones/Ian Pedigo , 65Grand, Chicago

Oktuber to Decumber, curated by Roy Stanfield, Moti Hasson, NYC
Greater Brooklyn, curated by Glen Baldridge and Alex Dodge, CRG
Gallery, NYC AIM 25, Bronx Museum of the Arts, NYC

Queens International, Queens Museum of Art, NYC
Testsite 04.2, Fluent Collaborative, Austin, TX

22 to Watch, Austin Museum of Art, Austin, TX


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Smith, Roberta. “Work”, New York Times July 18
Goings On About Town, Ian Pedigo. The New Yorker. Jan. 14,

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Crumb, Michael. “The Viewer as Participant”, The Chattanooga Pulse, February 24

Maine, Stephen. “Ian Pedigo at Klaus Von Nichtssagend”, Art in America, June
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“Totemic Architectures, Shifting Grounds”, Canadian Art, Nov. 5
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Sholis, Brian. “Conventional Center”, Scene & Herd,, Dec 6 Sholis, Brian.
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Smith, Roberta. “Art in Review; Greater Brooklyn”, The New York Times. July 8
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Gail B.Sanders, and Erica Shamaly; co-curators Van Ryzin, Jeanne Claire. “Shades of the Future”, XLENT