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Matt Ducklo  1973, US

Rank (2014): 48468 – 

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USA 7
Belgium 2
Netherlands 1



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1973 Born in Memphis, Tennesee (US)

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Public exhibitions (Selection) 10  Please report missing Information



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2008
   Matt Ducklo - Touch Tour Pictures - Eleven Rivington, New York City, NY

2007
   Matt Ducklo - Touch Tour Pictures - Power House Memphis, Memphis, TN

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2013
Description  Elements, Rudiments and Principles - Boston University Art Gallery - BUAG, Boston, MA

2012
   These Transitional Spaces - Franklin Street Works, Stamford, CT

2008
   Cosmological Embeddedness Or The Flying Spaghetti Monster - Higher Pictures, New York City, NY

2006
   le Mepris - Post CS building, 5th floor south, Amsterdam

2004
   Queens International 2004 - Queens Museum of Art (QMA), New York City, NY
  AEROPLASTICS contemporaryPulse of America - AEROPLASTICS contemporary, Brussels Send message
Description Witte ZaalWithout Fear and Reproach (group exhibition) - Witte Zaal, Ghent Send message

2002
   I Just Can't Pretend - Derek Eller Gallery, New York City, NY

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USA

 Eleven Rivington, New York City, NY

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United Kingdom

 Zabludowicz Collection London, London

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