bio

Seth Kaufman lives and works in Los Angeles, California. He teaches sculpture and design at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. His art works have been represented by Anthony Meier Fine Arts, San Francisco, California – Lemon Sky Projects and Editions, Miami, Florida – Finesilver Gallery, San Antonio/Houston, Texas.

His solo exhibitions include, Long Beach University Art Museum, Long Beach, California, 2000 – Finesilver Gallery, San Antonio, Texas, 2000 – Post Gallery, Los Angeles, California, 1997, and “Dwelling In Rebellion / A Year To The Day”, Zero One Gallery, Los Angeles, California, 1993. His work have been included in many group exhibitions such as, “Extreme Materials”, Memorial Art Museum, Rochester, New York, 2006 – “100 Artists See Satan”, CSUF, Grand Central Art Center, Santa Ana, California, 2004 – “Seth Kaufman – John Morris”, Anthony Meier Fine Art, San Francisco, California, 2000 – “New Work: L.A. Painting”, Hosfelt Gallery, San Francisco, California, 2001 – “Painting Beyond Painting”, Christinerose Gallery, NYC, New York, 2001 – “twistfoldlayerflake.”, California College of Arts and Crafts, San Francisco, California, Organized by Lawrence Rinder, 1999 – “Sig-Alert”, Arizona State University Art Museum, Arizona, 1999 – “Loves Labors Lost”, Site Gallery, Los Angeles, California, Organized by Sue Spaid, 1996 – “Disaster – Works From The Permanent Collection” Laguna Beach Art Museum, Laguna Beach, California, 1993 – “Boomerang”, Thomas Solomon’s Garage, Los Angeles, California, 1992. He has organized notable projects and events such as, “Summer of Service Billboard”, Commission of National and Community Service, Los Angeles, California / Washington DC, 1993 – “Response – Ability”, Matchbook Campaign, Los Angeles, California, 1993 – “Absolut Hope”, Absolut Vodka Billboard, Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, California, 1992-1994. Seth’s work has been included in artist driven projects such as, “Norma Talmadge’s Chinese Theater” Installation by Devon Dikeou, AMO Amanda M. Obering Gallery, Los Angeles, California, 1993 and in Volume III, of Eugenia Buttler’s, “The Book of Lies” series of books which have been exhibited internationally in venues such as Brooke Alexander, “Artists Books” in New York, and the vanguard steirischer herbst festival in Graz, Austria and has been acquired by institutions including The New York Public Library, the Armand Hammer Museum at the University of California, Los Angeles, and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.