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

Go on Remained

Organized by Rachel Valinsky and Rin Johnson
Jenkins Johnson Gallery
521 W 26th Street, 5th floor, New York, NY

25th July – 24th August
Opening 25th July, 6-8pm

Pooneh Maghazehe, Rick Myers, and Corey Riddell


Blonde Art Books Tour

This Sunday, June 9 the Robert Seydel Society of Eastern Switzerland (formerly the Robert Walser Society of Western Massachusetts) will present two pieces / some books, as part of the launch (5-7 pm @ Silent Barn) of Sonel Breslav’s Blonde Art Books Tour:

Rick Myers will perform Fragments of a failed bullet – addendum to his recent presentation at MoMA Library

Lauren VHS and a sub-sub librarian from the Society will perform Two Pieces by Robert Barry (Robert Seydel’s copy)

A xeroxed booklet by Myers, Fragments of a failed bullet, will be printed especially for the occasion, and some books from the RSSES’s shelf at last weekend’s BABZ Fair will again be present.


Books & Activities (with a bullet for Buñuel)

MoMA Library, NY
Organised by David Senior
28th May 2013
Enter at 4 W 54th St.

Organised by Idea Workshop
Florence, MA
15th May 2013

Drawing with removed subject

Post on the Drawing Center blog

Visual Poetics

The National Poetry Library
Southbank Centre, London
12th February – Sunday 14th April

Curated by David Miller (as part of Text & Image at Nottingham Trent University) and Chris McCabe.

Private View
20th March 2013, 8-10pm
Liliane Lijn will be inviting people to play Poem Game.

John Furnival, Caroline Bergvall, Liliane Lijn, David Miller, John Gibbens, John Hall, Sarah Kelly, Hansjorg Mayer, Alan Halsey, Gavin Selerie, Julie Johnstone, James Harvey, Giles Goodland, Sophie Herxheimer, Matt Martin, Bob Cobbing, Dom Silvester Houedard, Thomas A. Clark, Laurie Clark, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Gad Hollander, Victoria Bean, Tony Lopez, Sam Winston, Rick Myers, Karen Bleitz, Wayne Clements, Antonio Carvalho, Paula Claire, Stephen Emmerson, Simon Cutts and Edwin Morgan.