• ADAM MILLER
    (1982, Bellevue, WA)
    Lives and works in Los Angeles, Ca
    Owner & Director of The Pit: Exhibitions & Editions

    Education
    2008
    MFA, Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, California
    2005
    BA, California State University of Sacramento

    Solo Exhibitions
    2016
    MythMAKER, two person exhibition with Devon Oder, The Pit II, Los Angeles, CA
    2015
    TitanCRUSHER, ONO, Los Angeles, CA
    Hive Mind, ROCKSBOX Contemporary, Portland, OR
    2012
    Rise of the Minotaur, Steve Turner Contemporary, Los Angeles, CA
    2008
    Septic Prospectors of an Eternal Labyrinth, thesis exhibition, Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, CA

    Group Exhibitions
    2016
    (forthcoming) Re-Planetizer, Regina Rex, New York
    Group Show, Ryobi Room, New York
    Bedfellows Club, Little Rock AK
    Together / Alone, Embassy, Los Angeles
    2015
    Where the Sand Worm Slumbers, Charles James Gallery, Los Angeles, CA (catalog)
    2014
    Death Ship: Tribute to H.C. Westermann, The Pit, Los Angeles, CA (catalog)
    Exquisite Corpse, Mass Gallery, Austin, Texas (catalog)
    2013
    Homing Pigeon 2, Lara Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
    MAS Attack, LA Art Mart, curated by Artra Curatorial, Los Angeles, CA
    Unsolved Mysteries, POST art center, curated by Jonathan Apgar, Los Angeles, CA
    2012
    Chasm of the Supernova, (artist & curator) Center for the Arts, Eagle Rock, Ca
    2011
    Shorn from the Black Tusk of the Great Destroyer (artist & curator), RAID Projects, Los Angeles, Ca (catalog)
    Birthing Valley of the Blood Poppies (artist & curator), Actual Size Gallery, Los Angeles, Ca (catalog/film screenings)
    The Banquet of the Black Jackal, (artist & curator) Luckman Gallery, Cal State Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Ca (catalog)
    2010
    In the Eyes of Lions, (artist & curator), 533 Gallery, Los Angeles, Ca (catalog)
    Project One, Alexys Schwartz Projects, Culver City, Ca

    2009
    The Night Goat Demands Reparations, (artist & curator), Pacific Design Center,
    Los Angeles, Ca (catalog)
    Something Else: Art LA After Party, curated by Samantha Magowan, H.wood, Los Angeles, Ca

    2008
    Delusionarium 4: The Left Garden, curated by Jesse Benson, Bonelli Contemporary, Los Angeles, Ca
    Happy Hour with Skip Arnold, curated by Spencer Douglas and Matt Wardell, Bonelli Contemporary, Los Angeles, Ca

    2007
    Erotic Fathers Day, curated by Benjamin Weissman, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, Ca

    Press/Publications
    2016
    MythMAKER, risograph artist book published by The Pit.
    Super Ape Psycho Scapes, risograph artist book published by The Pit.
    2015
    TitanCrusher, artist book with text by Benjamin Weissman published by ONO and The Pit.
    Hive Mind, exhibition catalog / artist book
    2014
    Death Ship: Tribute to H.C. Westermann, exhibition catalog / artist book with text by Gladys Katherina Hernando and Adam Miller published by The Pit, Los Angeles California.
    Exquisite Corpse, by Amir Fallah published by Mass Gallery, Austin, Texas
    2013
    Benefit of Friends Collected, Organized and published by Jesse Benson.
    2012
    Rise of the Minoatur, exhibition catalog / artist book with text by Benjamin Weissman
    Chasm of the Supernova, exhibition catalog with essay and images by Adam Miller
    2011
    Shorn from the Black Tusk of the Great Destroyer, exhibition catalog/artist book with essay and drawings by Adam Miller
    “Future Greats: Artist’s Choice-Adam Miller” ArtReview: Issue 48, March 2011.
    Birthing Valley of the Blood Poppies, exhibition catalog with essays by Adam Miller, Gavin Williamson, Trinie Dalton & Evan Calder Williams
    The Banquet of the Black Jackal, exhibition catalog with essays by Adam Miller, Lia Trinka-Browner, Mark Von Schegell, Evan Calder Williams published by Cal State Los Angeles Luckman Fine Arts
    2010
    Tuck, Geoff. Know/Notes on Looking, foryourart.com
    In the Eyes of Lions, exhibition catalog with essays by Adam Miller, Sarah Conaway, Spencer Douglass
    Night Goat Demands Reparations, exhibition catalog with essays by Adam Miller, Catherine Taft, Jan Tumlir