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Michael Wyshock (b. 1978) is an American artist who creates artworks by fracturing color in still and moving compositions. His work has been supported with a Pollock Krasner Award, Ringling Tower Award, Vermont Studio Center Full Fellowship, Delaware Division of the Arts Individual Artist Award, Louisiana Arts Council Award, University of Central Arkansas Research Award, State University of New York Research Award and the Florida State University Distinguished Alumni Award. In addition to private and corporate collections, Wyshock’s paintings have been included on the sets of network television prgrams White Collar, Smash, and Elementary. Wyshock currently is working on a collaborative sculpture project with Mark Anderson and the Lemur Conservation Foundation.

Some of the recent exhibitions that have included artwork by Michael Wyshock: Filmambiente, Museo do Meio Ambiente, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; MADATAC03, Reina Sofia Museum, Madrid, Spain;The Sky is Falling, Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild, Woodstock, New York; En Dialogo con La Mar, Museo de la Ciudad, Cuernavaca, Mexico; Dystorpia: Fluid Media Lab, Local Project Art Space, New York; Videoholica International Video Art Festival, Archeological Museum of Varna, Bulgaria; Stasis, Barton College, North Carolina; Hung Up: Art for the Adventurous, Pipeline, Connelly Theatre, New York, New York; Last Picture Show, Artformz Gallery, Miami, Florida; Available Light, SAW Galerie, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada; Capturing a Transient World, Turchin Center for the Visual Arts, North Carolina; Disasters of War, Treadwell Museum of Fine Art, New York; Small Film Festival, Berkeley Art Center, California; Funky Junk? The Art of Recycling, San Luis Obispo Art Center, California; Love Paintings, Issa Galleria, Louisiana; Unlikely Target, Redux Contemporary Art Center, South Carolina; Transformations, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, Supported by: Open Society Budapest; Germany Embassy in Bishkek; Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation; Drawings from Brasil, South Eastern Louisiana University, Louisiana; Against the Wall, Transmit + Transform, Santa Fe Art Institute, New Mexico, 700IS, Egilsstadir, Iceland; FOCUS09, Basel, Switzerland, DiVA Art Fair, Paris, France.