Ronnie Bass

Bio

Ronnie Bass (b. 1976, Hurst, Texas) is a New York-based visual artist and musician. He received an MFA from Columbia University. He works within video, sculpture, performance and sound. Bass has exhibited nationally and internationally at museums and galleries including Anthology Film Archives, MoMA P.S.1, the New Museum of Contemporary Art, Performa07, the Kitchen, and James Cohen Gallery; all New York, ICA; Philedelphia, Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, Henry Art Gallery; Seattle, Transmission Gallery; Glasgow, The Building (e-flux); Berlin, Fundacion Patiño; Santa Cruz, and Centro de Arte de Sevilla among others. Musical compositions include the score for Rirkrit Tiravanija’s Guggenheim prize exhibition, Tomorrow Is Another Fine Day, Serpentine Gallery; London. Bass is currently working on his forthcoming book, Survival Journal.

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