CV

American b.1963
San Diego, California
Lives and works in the western U.S.
Self-Educated

Solo Exhibitions:
2021 Marshall Contemporary, Los Angeles, CA
2019 Mesa College Art Gallery, San Diego, CA
2006 Center For Land Use Interpretation, Wendover, UT

Collaborative Exhibitions:
2005 Oliver Kamm/5BE   New York, NY with Steven Walls

Selected Group Exhibitions:
2021  Institute for Contemporary Art, San Diego, CA “SD Practice”
2021  Marshall Contemporary, Los Angeles, CA  “In Praise of Shadows”
2019  San Diego International Airport,  San Diego, CA  “Forces of Nature”
2018  Center for Creative Photography,  Tucson, AZ  “Longer Ways to Go: Photography of the American Road”
2018  Museum of Contemporary Art,  San Diego, CA “Auction 2018”
2017  Boehm Gallery, Palomar College, San Marcos, CA “Parallel Universe”
2017  Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, AZ “INFOCUS Photobid 2017”
2017  Bombay Beach Biennale, Niland, CA
2017  Museum of Contemporary Art, Tucson, AZ “If You Stay Busy You Won’t Have Time To Be Unhappy”
2017  Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego, CA “Auction 2017”
2016  H Gallery, Eastfield College, Mesquite, TX “Wouldn’t It Be Nice – Selections from San Diego”
2016  Hyde Gallery, Grossmont College, El Cajon, CA “Under Pressure – Printmaking Today”
2016  Museum of Contemporary Art   San Diego, CA “Auction 2016”
2015  Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego, CA. “Auction 2015”
2014  Helmuth Projects  San Diego, CA “Object Object!!: A Selection of Smaller Works”
2014  San Diego Central Library, Joan and Irwin Jacobs Gallery   San Diego, CA
          “Hiding in Plain Sight: Eight Voices in Contemporary Photography”
2013  Imperial Valley Desert Museum   Ocotillo, CA “40 Frames”
2013  Oceanside Museum of Art   Oceanside, CA “Nature Improved”
2013  San Diego History Center   San Diego, CA “Nature Improved”
2013  Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego, CA “Auction 2013”
2013  Helmuth Projects  San Diego, CA “Object Object!: A Selection of Smaller Works”
2012  Noorderlicht  Frisian, Netherlands, “Terra Cognita”
2010  Tokyo Photo   Tokyo, Japan
2010  Museum of Contemporary Art   San Diego, CA “Here Not There: San Diego Art Now”
2008  Milk Contemporary   Copenhagen, Denmark “Dark Milk”
2008  Adapta Project   Tijuana, Mexico “A Room of One’s Own”
2007  DownSpace Los Angeles, CA “Stream”
2007  Elk Gallery at the Regency, Los Angeles, CA
2006  D’Amelio Terras   New York, NY “Re-Make/Re-Model”
2005  NADA Miami
2005  Art Brussels
2004  High Desert Test Sites 4   Joshua Tree, CA
2003  SDAI San Diego, CA “Southern California Invitational”
2002  SDAI San Diego, CA “Southern California Invitational”

Residencies:
2017 Museum of Contemporary Art, Tucson, AZ
2005 Center for Land Use Interpretation   Wendover, UT
2004 Center for Land Use Interpretation   Wendover, UT

Bibliography
Wild Visions: Imaging and Imagining the American Wilderness Yale University Press 2022
“Visual Aphasia: les lendemains qui déchantent,” November 2021,  Paris, France
“John Brinton Hogan: Visual Aphasia” LENSCRATCH May 27, 2021 Los Angeles, CA
“Portfolio- John Brinton Hogan” HereIn Journal, May 27 2021,  San Diego, CA
“John Brinton Hogan Plays With Permanence”  Voice of San Diego, Sept 24, 2019 San Diego, CA
Imperial Valley Press, Dec. 8th, 2013    El Centro, CA
“John Brinton Hogan Finding His Place” San Diego Union-Tribune Feb 16th 2011, San Diego, CA
Fraction Magazine #7,  May 2009    Albuquerque, NM
“The Art Apartments” LA Weekly, March 7, 2007    Los Angeles, CA
Polar Inertia,  July/August 2006    Los Angeles, CA
Open City #20,  Spring 2005    New York, NY

Public Collections
Center for Creative Photography   Tucson, AZ
Museum of Photographic Arts   San Diego, CA 
CA+E Archive,  Nevada Museum of Art   Reno, Nevada
City of San Diego Civic Art Collection San Diego, CA
California Museum of Photography, University of California, Riverside