Matt King’s work examines the strangeness of everyday objects, and how their definition, production and circulation intersect with lived experience. His work in sculpture, photography, and drawing has been shown in solo exhibitions at The Massachusetts College of Art and Design, The University of Georgia, Werkstätte (NY), Massimo Audiello (NY), Reynolds Gallery (Richmond, VA) and Fourteen30 Contemporary (Portland, OR) as well as group exhibitions at Jane Lombard, Guild & Greyshkul, Luhring Augustine, Stux Gallery, and the Vienna Kunsthalle.
He received his MFA from Bard College and is a graduate of Cooper Union and the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program. Honors include a 2012-2013 VMFA Visual Arts Fellowship, a MacDowell Colony Fellowship, and visiting artist residencies at Fiskars Village, Finland, NCCA in St. Petersburg, Russia, and at the American Academy in Rome. He lives and works in Richmond, VA where he is Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Sculpture + Extended Media at Virginia Commonwealth University.