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Michael Kagan K2

March 29 – May 1 2024

Michael Kagan was born in Virginia Beach, Virginia in 1980. He received a BA from George Washington University in Washington D.C., and a MFA from the New York Academy of Art.

Kagan’s recent solo and group exhibitions include "Pole Position" at Venus Over Manhattan in New York, New York (2024); "Moonwalkers" at Almine Rech in Paris, France (2023); "It Lasts Forever" at Almine Rech in London, United Kingdom (2022); "It's Never Over" at OTI HK in Hong Kong, China (2021); "Time To Go" at Almine Rech in Brussels, Belgium (2021); "Any Time We Get Is Luck" at OTI HK in Hong Kong, China (2020); "McEnroe" at Tennis Elbow at The Journal Gallery in New York, New York (2019); "I Was There When It Happened" at the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art in Virginia Beach, Virginia (2019); "We Have Felt The Ground Shake" at Bill Brady Gallery in Miami, Florida (2018); "Mavericks" at Tennis Elbow at The Journal Gallery in New York, New York (2018); "Summit Push" at Half Gallery in New York, New York (2018); and "Death Zone" at Joshua Liner Gallery in New York, New York (2017).

Work by Kagan is held in numerous public collections, including the Hall Art Foundation in Reading, Vermont; Yusaku Maezawa in Chiba, Japan; the MAKI Collection in Tokyo, Japan; Mark Parker / Nike in Beaverton, Oregon; Gemini Trust Company in New York, New York; Fidelity Investments Corporate Contemporary Art Collection in Boston, Massachusetts; Astronaut Leland Melvin in Lynchburg, Virginia; Lloyd Thornburg in St. Barthélemy, French West Indies; Founders Fund in San Francisco, California; and Jacob & Co. in New York, New York.

Michael Kagan lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.

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