Matthew Every (born 1990, New York, NY) received his BFA from The Cooper Union. He is also the founder of Hoy Hoy, a residency program that focuses on short term residencies for groups of artists giving them both space to work and exposure.
Matthew’s work focuses on a lonely kind of American individualism often found right under our noses. He explores this through a variety of media including painting, video, installation and writing. Along with this he is an avid outdoorsman, hunter and conservationist, closely investigating the relationship between humans and this vast landscape we inhabit.
He lives and works in Mount Tremper NY in the heart of the Catskill Mountains.
2013, BFA The Cooper Union
2013 - Safe Distance, The Cooper Union, New York NY
2012 - 3 Kinds of People, Tribeca Faces, Installation at 15 Leonard Street, New York NY Group Exhibitions
2016 - Dirt Track Red Head, Hoy Hoy, Mount Tremper NY
2015 - Cecilia Collantes and Matthew Every, Hoy Hoy, Mount Tremper NY
- People’s Choice Grande Salon Show, Greenpoint Gallery, Brooklyn NY 2013 - A Very Warm House, Ferro Strouse Gallery, New York NY
2012 - EYOS, The Cooper Union, New York NY
2009 - Full Tuition Scholarship to The Cooper Union