Bio / Contact

Rick Myers is a Manchester-born artist and writer living in Western Massachusetts. He works in a variety of media including text, video, installation, and drawing, in addition to books and editions.

Solo exhibitions include: The National Poetry Library at Southbank Centre and the Book Library at the Courtauld Institute of Art, London; Printed Matter, New York; White Columns, New York.

Performances and screenings include: The NY and LA Art Book Fairs; MoMA Library, New York; The Onassis Cultural Centre, Athens.

Myers is the founder and publisher of Muta.


Instagram @rickmyers_cabinstudio

Faraday’s Synaptic Gap

DAY IN DAY OUT: Disruptions of the Digital

The New Concrete – Film

Screening at Whitechapel Gallery

The New Concrete – Book

Edited by Chris McCabe and Victoria Bean.
Published by Hayward Publishing.


Aeromoto and Wendy’s Subway at NADA New York
Pier 36, Basketball City, 299 South Street, New York

A curated library and reading room with a focus on artist books, periodicals, and exhibition catalogues by Latin American publishers.

Public Program17th May, 1pm
Readings, talks, screenings, and performances by invited artists, writers, publishers, organizers, and readers:

Poems by Alice Saint’Anna and Carly Dashiell.

A reading from Weaving Language by Francesca Capone.

A screening of Drawing with removed subject, and introduction by Rick Myers to his activities during 2011, which involved replicating a prominent Russian eye tracking study in a research lab, as the basis for a figure skating sequence.

A talk by Chris Sharp on The Lulennial: A Slight Gestuary, a three-part biennial co-curated with Fabiola Iza at Lulu. The exhibition, which examines the radical modesty of small gestures, and humble works, also includes a performance program curated by Sophie Goltz, an online historical archive and a catalog, and brings together over 30 artists.

A performance of concrete poems from Brazil’s Noigandres group by Nathaniel Wolfson