Matthew Northridge

Matthew Northridge lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.  He received an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1999.  His work has been included in such exhibitions as “Out of Site: Fictional Architectural Spaces” at the New Museum of Contemporary Art, “Open House: Working in Brooklyn” at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, “Material Matters” at the Johnson Museum (Cornell University), and “The 183rd Annual” at the National Academy Museum.  His solo efforts include shows at Gorney Bravin + Lee (NYC), Western Exhibitions (Chicago), and KANSAS (NYC). He has received fellowships from the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, the MacDowell Colony, the Irish Museum of Modern Art, New York Foundation for the Arts, and the Pollock-Krasner Foundation.  His work is currently included in “United States” at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, CT.



Holland, Christian. “Matthew Northridge at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum.” Art New England

Kliemann, Thomas, “Geklebte Welt: Faszination Collage mit Arbeiten von zwölf Künstlern.” General-Anzeiger

"In Conversation: Charles Gute Interviews Matthew Northridge." NY Arts Magazine

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Thompson, Adam. "Matthew Northridge, New York." Art Papers

United States, Aldrich Museum (catalog)

Nichols, Matthew. "Matthew Northridge at Gorney Bravin + Lee." Art in America.

Chasin, Noah. "Matthew Northridge, Continent" Time Out New York

Woods, Baynard. "Toward a New Form Order." Baltimore City Paper

Sanders, Joel. "Out of Site: Fictional Architectural Spaces." Artforum

Cotter, Holland. "Architectural Visions Keep Dreamers Awake." NY Times.

Hodara, Susan. "Out of Many Themes, One Topic." NY Times

United States, Aldrich Museum (catalog)

"Matthew Northridge’s (Im)Possible Journey" by Marshall N. Price

"Pick of the Week: Matthew Northridge’s Pictures by Wire and Wireless."

"Artist of the Week: Matthew Northridge."

Hirshhorn Magazine

Newhall, Edith. “The Shape of Things.” New York Magazine