Thomas Macker in Fluxo 7.25.18

'Fire in the Mountains' — Organized by Andy Kincaid and Thomas Macker at Heart Six Ranch
On June 30th and July 1st at Heart Six Ranch in Moran WY a group show titled Fire in the Mountains accompanied a metal festival by the same name. All of the works in the exhibit were displayed as free ‘takeaways’.
The premise of the exhibition replicates depositories used by governmental agencies: the Pine Beetle-repellent pheromone packets or coyote cyanide m44 bomb. The pheromone packets are used to protect ... (read more)

Thomas Macker in group exhibition at Visions West Contemporary in Denver 12.6.17

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Thomas Macker’s Holdout in Art Viewer 8.5.17

Thomas Macker at Klowden Mann
Artist: Thomas Macker

Exhibition title: Holdout

Venue: Klowden Mann, Culver City, Los Angeles, US

Date: June 24 – July 29, 2017

Photography: all images copyright and courtesy of the artist and Klowden Mann, Culver City

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Thomas Macker’s Holdout in Blouin Art Info 8.4.17

Thomas Macker’s 'Holdout' at Klowden Mann
Klowden Mann is hosting an exhibition titled “Holdout” by Thomas Macker at their Washington Boulevard location.

Thomas Macker (b. 1982, Los Angeles) is a multi-media artist living in Wyoming. He received his MFA from California Arts in Photography and Media in 2011, and currently works as the photography department head for the arts and education nonprofit organisation Art Association of Jackson Hole, where he is also a curator for the organization’s gallery. Macker was a 2015 ... (read more)

Thomas Macker in Worldwide-X 8.2.17

Extract from Thomas Mackers’ multi-media exhibition HOLDOUT at Klowden Mann, Los Angeles, CA. Running June 24 — August 26, 2017

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Thomas Macker in Wall Street International 7.15.17

Thomas Macker
24 Jun — 29 Jul 2017 at Klowden Mann in Culver City, United States
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Thomas Macker’s Holdout reviewed in Jackson Hole News & Guide 5.2.17

Show explores modern warfare’s complexity

Turns out, human beings stink at camouflage.
Humans dominate other species in many ways, but when it comes to camouflage and blending with the landscape, many animals, sea creatures and even insects best us, artist Thomas Macker said. They can shift their shape, change their skin pigment and contort their bodies to a 10th of their normal size, transforming until they are nearly invisible.

“They have a way of physically adapting to the landscape,” Macker said. “But when ... (read more)

Thomas Macker interview with Jackson Hole Community Radio 4.21.17

“Holdout” by Thomas Macker
We spoke with artist Thomas Macker on his latest show, “Holdout”. In his latest exhibit, he uses different materials to explore war propaganda and the ‘holdout’ figure in modern warfare. Thomas’s show will open this Friday at the Center for the Arts.
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Thomas Macker’s Holdout reviewed in O Fluxo 2.1.17

‘Holdout’ by Thomas Macker at Nicolaysen Art Museum
In the exhibit Holdout, Thomas Macker uses new media materials and techniques to explore camouflage, bygone war propaganda and the identy of the “holdout” figure in modern warfare.
The new media materials and techniques Macker uses include autostereograms (magic eye), flir technology(thermal imaging), light interference pigments (color-­‐changing paint), titanium anodization & insulating and conductive paints. The goal of the materials and techniques used is to thematically support the conceptual phenomena mentioned above.
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Meg Daly reviews Thomas Macker: Holdout on Planet Jackson Hole 10.20.16

CREATIVE PEAKS: Camo and Propaganda
By Meg Daly on October 18, 2016
JACKSON HOLE, WY – From mess tents to tanks to uniforms, camouflage is a ubiquitous staple of war. The U.S. Army regularly tests and upgrades its camo patterns to match the latest in technology as well as the various locations soldiers are deployed. Meanwhile the camo craze in civilian clothing dawns eternal, with everything from T-shirts to trucker hats emblazoned in army green and desert sand.
But has camo ever received its ... (read more)

Thomas Macker in two person exhibition at Columbus, Ohio 10.11.16

objectvoid THOMAS MACKER + ANDY KINCAID
an exhibition in two parts
I

OCTOBER 24 2016 THE NEON HEATER 400 1/2 S MAIN ST #22 FINDLAY OH

II

OCTOBER 28 2016 MINT 42 W JENKINS AVE COLUMBUS OH

Sculpture: Rearview mirror with hanging lucky rabbits foot. Painting: Thermal chameleon Sculpture: Restroom partition Painting: Thermal bat Painting: Thermal cuttlefish Sculpture: Ladder with butterflies and moth Sculpture: Gas station bathroom key fobs Sculpture: Cement enclosure with bat and moth echolocation Sculpture: Dark drinking well Painting: More or ... (read more)

Thomas Macker solo exhibition at Nicolaysen Art Museum in Casper, Wyoming 9.22.16

Thomas Macker

Sept. 30, 2016 – Jan. 15, 2017

The Nicloaysen Art Museum will be featuring a new installation by Jackson artist Thomas Macker. Spanning two galleries, this will be Macker’s first solo exhibition at the NIC.
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Thomas Macker reviewed in Guide Live 1.29.16

Dallas art gallery curates conversation centered on oil and gas industry
By: Hannah Wise

Texas is built on the oil and gas industry. Each barrel of oil, each cubic foot of natural gas produced creates a ripple effect across the country and around the world.

In that vein, The Oil and Gas Show at Level Gallery, formerly known as WAAS Gallery, aims to curate a conversation around energy, how it is generated and how it is used. The exhibition features artists from Texas and ... (read more)

Thomas Macker in group exhibition at LEVEL Gallery 1.16.16

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Thomas Macker in Wyoming Arts Council Biennial Fellowship Art Exhibition 5.16.15

South Pass: Wyoming Arts Council Biennial 2015
The next Biennial Fellowship Exhibition will be at the University of Wyoming Art Museum, Laramie from May 16-August 1, 2015. The opening reception is June 11, 2015 from 6-8 p.m. and is free and open to the public. This exhibit was curated by Marjorie Vecchio of Reno, Nevada. Six artists, the fellowship recipients from 2014 and 2015, will participate:
Diana Baumbach, Laramie
June Glasson, Laramie
Thomas Macker, Jackson
Suzanne Morlock, Jackson
Do Palma, Cheyenne
Aaron Wallis, ... (read more)

gallery km at Miami Project, booth 906 12.20.12

December 4 - 9, 2012, Wynwood District, Miami
Sienna DeGovia, Rebecca Farr, Bettina Hubby, David Lloyd, Thomas Macker (read more)