About Max

Max Maddox is an installation artist and public interventionist working with found and otherwise procured objects. Pairing his work with drawing and photography, Maddox has exhibited his work in galleries that include the Redline Contemporary Art Center (Denver), where he was resident artist from 2020-2022, The Art Gym (Denver), Hillyer Art Space (Washington D.C), Locallective (Chicago), the Slought Foundation (Philadelphia), the Print Center of Philadelphia, The Ellen Powell Tiberino Memorial Museum (Philadelphia), and Abecedarian Gallery (Denver). In 2023, Maddox was awarded the Greene Fellowship, a generous grant for budding professional artists. He has a bachelor’s in philosophy from Grinnell College and a master’s in studio art from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, where he was nominated for the Joan Mitchell Award and won the Fellowship Trust Award. Maddox co-wrote and in 2013 published the memoir Walks on the Margins, a 2014 EVVY award recipient, as well as winner of the Golden Quill Award and a finalist for the Iowa Review Award. He is project leader of the Arts in Society funded design project, ArrayParity.

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