Tim Doud

Tim Doud is an artist whose paintings and drawings address two seemingly distinct bodies of work: one figurative and one abstract. These bodies of works serve as a backdrop to broader discussions around constructed identities, branding and commodity culture. His work has been included in exhibitions at MoMA PS1 in New York City; Artists Space in New York City; Frye Art Gallery in Seattle, Washington; Art Basel in Basel, Switzerland; Galerie Brusberg in Berlin; and MC Magma in Milan, Italy. He has received grants from the Pollock–Krasner Foundation and the DC Commission for the Arts and Humanities and participated in residencies at The Banff Centre, Alberta, Canada; the Marie Sharpe Foundation’s “Space” Program in Brooklyn, NY; and the Golden Foundation. Collaborative projects include ‘sindikit in Baltimore, MD, and STABLE in Washington, DC. He is a Professor in the Department of Art at American University and holds and MFA from the Art Institute of Chicago.