Pat McCarthy on his rooftop in Brooklyn. Photo by Austin McManus.
Pat McCarthy is an artist living and working in New York. McCarthy has recently had solo exhibitions at Agnès B., New York (2015); Mudd Guts, Brooklyn (2014); and Delire Gallery, Brussels (2013). Group exhibitions include Field Effects, le Cap, Rencontres d’Arles Festival, Arles (2015); Thanks for Nothing, Muddguts, Brooklyn (2014); The Smiley Face Show, Salon 94, Frieze London; Satan Ceramics,Salon 94, New York; It’s an Invasion, National Arts Club, New York; la Dernière Vague, la Friche de la Belle de Mai, Marseille (2013); and In Praise of Chance and Failure, Family Business, New York. Honors include Werner Herzog’s Rogue Film School (2012) and Tom Sachs Space Program (2012 & 2007).
Pat McCarthy on his rooftop in Brooklyn Photo by Austin McManus
Pat McCarthy Flights Cinematheque, 2015 Film and Sculpture (porcelain, steel stove, vinyl taped bamboo, copper wire, twine, epoxy resin, denim, kerosene lantern, brick, digital HD cinema projector, digital copy of Flights super 8 film) 45 x 20 x 60 inches
Pat McCarthy Babylon Wall, 2015 Paper, porcelain, bamboo, denim, wire 86 x 70 inches
Pat McCarthy Babylon Traveler, 2015 Wicker, wood, denim, leather, steel, glass, paper, pigeon seed 13 x 13 x 13 inches
Pat McCarthy V Perch Wall, 2014 Glazed porcelain, hardware 66 x 5 x 69 inches, dimensions variable
Pat McCarthy Skirts 6, 2015 Photocopy toner glazed in porcelain, nails 52 x 53 inches
Ever Gold [Projects] is an exhibitions program of emerging and mid-career artists under the direction of owner Andrew McClintock. Founded in the Tenderloin district of San Francisco in 2009, the gallery relocated to the Minnesota Street Project building in the Dogpatch neighborhood in March of 2016.