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Geoff McFetridge

Geoff McFetridge has mounted solo exhibitions at Half Gallery (New York), V1 Gallery (Copenhagen), Cooper Cole Gallery (Toronto), Colette (Paris) and Rental (New York), as well as a two-person show Two Lines Align alongside Ed Fella at REDCAT (Los Angeles). Select group exhibitions include Art in the Streets at The Geffen Contemporary, MOCA (Los Angeles), Now in Production at The Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, (MN), Beautiful Losers: Contemporary Art and Street Culture at Contemporary Art Center (Cincinnati), Group Exhibition at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (San Francisco), National Design Triennial at Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum (New York), and Chicken or Beef? at The Hole (New York).

McFetridge served as art director for the acclaimed underground Beastie Boys magazine Grand Royal, pioneered the design studio Champion Graphics, and has garnered a client roster which includes Patagonia, Google, Nike, Vans and Apple. His work in film includes title sequences for The Virgin Suicides and Adaptation and the interface graphics for the feature film Her. McFetridge lives and works in Los Angeles. He is the winner of the 2016 Cooper-Hewitt Smithsonian National Design Award.