Ted Mineo

Born 1981 in New Orleans, LA

Lives and works in New York, NY

Born in 1981 in New Orleans, New York based artist Ted Mineo earned his BFA from Maryland Institute College of Art in 2002, and his MFA from Yale University in 2004. He has since exhibited across the United States and around the globe, with shows in Venice, Lisbon, Tehran, and Paris. Working across varied media, Mineo draws inspiration from the ever-increasing multitudes of derivative and disposable detritus that inundate our daily lives. In his work fragments of accessories, gadgets, and household items are melded together with organic matter, some of identifiable origin and much more completely unrecognizable. Through this incredibly thorough and realistically rendered collaging, Mineo produces uncanny and unsettling reimaginings of mundane objects, transforming the most familiar forms into something entirely alien.

Exhibitions

Works on Paper on Fridges

Aug 12 - Sept 6, 2022

Exhibited Works

Education

2004
Master of Fine Arts
Yale University School Of Art, New Haven, CT
2002
Bachelor of Fine Arts
Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD
2001
Summer School of Art and Music
Yale University, New Haven, CT

Exhibitions

2017
Stranger Things
Outpost Artists Resources, Ridgewood, NY
2016
Fort
893 Bergen Street, Brooklyn, NY
2015
Good Neighbor
Hedreen Gallery at Seattle University, WA
The Landscape Changes 30 Times
Anahita Gallery, Tehran, Iran
Like
Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI
Tread
The Living Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Xenia
Xenia, Seattle, WA
2014
Sing’s Millennium Mart
Interstate Projects, Brooklyn, NY
2013
Me Time
Laconia Gallery, Boston, MA
Imago Mundi
Fondazione Querini Stampalia, Venice, Italy
Women and Families (collaboration with RedBagel collective)
Prattsville Arts Center, NY
THEN/NOW
Kunsthalle Beacon, NY
2012
Flatland
Magic Pictures, Philadelphia, PA
Sunday Paintings For A Rainy Day
Field Projects, New York, NY
Group Exhibition, curated by Brian Faucette, Miles Huston and Jacques Louis Vidal
KnowMoreGames, Brooklyn, NY
Rolodex Art Project
Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PA
2011
In Between the Sheets
Harlem Workspace, New York, NY
Facemaker
Royal/T. Los Angeles, CA
2010
Personal Freedom
Portugal Arte 10, Lisbon, Portugal
Touché (with Colleen Asper)
APF LAB, presented by the Art Production Fund, New York, NY
The Salt Mine, curated by Meredith James and Jacques Louis Vidal
Primetime, Brooklyn, NY
Citty (with Adam Shecter)
Eyebeam Window Gallery, New York, NY
How The Spirit Comes To The Matter
Galerie Loevenbruck, Paris, France
First Taste
Arch Collective NYC, Brooklyn, NY
2009
Half Priced Banners, curated by Colleen Asper
www.add-art.org, a project by Steve Lambert withsupport from Eyebeam and Rhizome, NY
The Open, organized by Dodie Kazanjian
Deitch Studios, Long Island City, NY
Marginalia
MTS Gallery, Anchorage, AK
Lucullan Feast
Gallery MC, New York, NY
The Golden Record : Sounds of Earth
g39 Gallery, Cardiff, UK
The Golden Record : Sounds of Earth
Lincoln The Collection at the Lincoln Museum, Lincolnshire, UK
I Can't Feel My Face
Royal/T, Los Angeles, CA
2008
8 1/2 x 11/ A4
James Fuentes LLC, New York, NY
The Figure In the Carpet
Frederieke Taylor Gallery, New York, NY
Art Basel Miami Beach
Deitch Projects, New York, NY
The Golden Record : Sounds of Earth
Collective Gallery, Edinburgh, UK
2007
Happy Sad
Deitch Projects, New York, NY
Ornament: Ho Hum All Ye Faithful
Bravin Lee Programs, New York, NY
Art Basel Miami Beach
Deitch Projects, New York, NY
2006
The Food Show : The Hungry Eye
Chelsea Art Museum, New York, NY
Panic Room: Works from the Dakis Joannou Collection
Athens, Greece
The Art Parade
Deitch Projects, New York, NY
Works on Whatever
In collaboration with the Art Production Fund, New York, NY
The Armory Show
Deitch Projects, New York, NY
The Hedonistic Imperative
Deborah Colton Gallery, Houston, TX
2005
Art Basel Miami Beach
Deitch Projects, New York, NY
The Art Parade
Deitch Projects, New York, NY
Idols Of Perversity
Bellwether Gallery, New York, NY
Delicate Demons and Heavenly Delights
5Be Gallery, New York, NY
The Hedonistic Imperative
Jack the Pelican Presents, New York, NY
2004
Origins of Harold
Deitch Projects, New York, NY
Shazam! Contemporary Artists Influenced by Comics
Creative Alliance, Baltimore, MD
MFA Thesis Exhibition
Yale University, New Haven, CT
2003
MFA Exhibition
Yale University, New Haven, CT
2002
Ted Mineo: Paintings
John Fonda Gallery, Baltimore, MD
2001
Popped!
H. Lewis Gallery, Baltimore, MD

Residencies

2017
Pitch Artist Residency, New York, NY
2007
Artists at Giverny Fellowship, Art Production Fund
2001
Ellen Battel Stoekel Fellowship

Curatorial

2010
El Gogo
Project by Steve Lambert with support from Eyebeam and Rhizome
2009
Life Goes On
Curated by Colleen Asper and Ted Mineo, Parlour, New York, NY

Press

2016
We Eat Ted Mineo, John Mejias and Zak Smith
We Eat Art Podcast, Episode 7, October 2016
2017
Critic’s Picks: Stranger Things, Vanessa Thill
Artforum.com, June 2017
2015
Ted Mineo, Michael Shaw
The Conversation Podcast, Episode 120, December 2015
Blur of Chobanis, Ted Mineo, Dushko Petrovich
Adjunct Commuter Weekly, Issue 1, July 2015
Being of the Gaze, Colleen Aspe
Art Practical, May 2015
2014
Can Mushrooms Treat Depression? Eugenia Bone
The New York Times, November 29, 2014
2013
How To Be Good When You’re Lost
Where You Are, London: Visual Editions, 2013
The Process Over the Self
Paper Monument, June 2013
Theater & Art, Galleries, Fine Alternative... Cate McQuaid
The Boston Globe, October 29, 2013
How Should I Be? Sacha Verna
Das Magazin, Issue 19, April 2013
2011
EIDIA, Ted Mineo
Diner Journal, Issue 18, Fall 2011
2010
Greensboro, Dan Pribble and Zoe Brickley
Diner Journal, Issue 15, Summer 2010
2009
Food Fact Fun Pack, Ted Mineo
Diner Journal, Issue 12, Summer 2009
2008
Cosimo Cavallaro", Ted Mineo
Diner Journal, Spring 2008
2007
The Warhol Economy: How Fashion, Art, and Music Drive New York City, Elizabeth Currid
Princeton University Press
Ted Mineo, Anna Dunn
Diner Journal, Fall 2007
Panic Room: Selections from the Dakis Jouannou Works on Paper Collection, Kathy Grayson
Deitch Projects, 2007
Fair Report: PalmBeach3 2007, Saxon Henry
ARTINFO
2006
Cosa Restera Degli Anni ’80?
exibart.onpaper, December 2006
Arts and Letters, Museums, A Meal at the Museum, Paul Adams
The New York Sun, December 21, 2006
Miami, ses plages et sa riche foire d'art, Harry Bellet
Le Monde, December 9, 2006
More International Than Ever Before, Georgina Adam and Marc Speigler
The Art Newspaper, December 8, 2006
The Debutante's Ball, Meredith Kahn Rollins
The New York Times, December 3, 2006
Palm Beach Collects: The John Morrissey Collection (exhibition catalogue)
Armory Art Center, Palm Beach, FL, 2006
The (23-Year-) Old Masters, Kelly Crow,
The Wall Street Journal, April 14, 2006
Emerging Collectors: A Profile of John Morrissey, Joao Ribas,
ARTINFO
2005
Arts and Letters, Gallery Going, Idols of Perversity, Bellwether, David Cohen
The New York Sun, July 7, 2005