John Monn is an interdisciplinary artist who lives and works in Los Angeles. His work utilizes a range of materials, creating theatrical installations, paintings, and sculptures amongst others. Monnʼs practice currently centers around a repetitious process of gestural models sketched in 3D. The models help hone fluid forms to then craft objects that inspire introspection. John also plays with scale both digitally and with physical objects presented in ways to alter perception and to spike curiosity in materials and environment.
Graduating with a BFA from James Madison University in 2004, John Monn has since exhibited across the world in major cities such as New York, Paris, and Los Angeles where he currently resides.
2015: “#johnmonn”. The Cabin LA. Los Angeles
2019: “We Rise”. We Rise LA. Los Angeles
“Suface Spectrum”. Curated by Mark Murphy. Mash Gallery. Los Angeles
“Velvet Ropes LA”. 0-0 LA. Los Angeles
2018: “Enigma”. Curated by Danny Arron. Rouge Space Chelsea. New York
2016: “Konstructs”. Richard Heller Gallery. Los Angeles
“Art House at SoHo House”. Curated by Sharon Zoldan. SoHo House. West
2015: “Bloody Red Sun of Fantastic L.A.”. Curated by Rene-Julien Praz. PIASA. Paris
“Surface to Edge”. Curated by Carl F. Berg. Cypress College. Cypress
2012: “The Road Ahead”. Roberts and Tilton. Los Angeles
“Lucky Draw”. Sculpture Center. Long Island City
2010: “Project I”. Alexys Schwartz Projects. Los Angeles
2008: “Bitter Finals”. Curated by John Ryan Moore. Angstrom Gallery. Los Angeles