John Monteith was born in 1973 in Newmarket, Ontario, Canada and graduated in 2008 from the MFA program at Parsons the New School for Design. Monteith's work has been represented internationally in a number of solo and group exhibitions including K-48 "Kontinuum," No Soul For Sale at both the Tate Modern, London and X Initiative, New York, and The New York Art Book Fair at PS 1.
Additional projects include "Living Room" commissioned by Flux Factory in collaboration with openhousenewyork, and "River's Edge", a site-specific installation for the DUMBO Art Under The Bridge Festival. His most recent solo exhibition, Lost Highway, was exhibited at O'Born Contemporary in December 2010.
In 2011 Monteith was the resident artist at CAT Cologne, in Cologne, Germany and will be participating in an Artists Residency with The School of Critical Engagement in Beijing, China this coming May 2013.
Monteith's work is featured in a number of international private and corporate collections including the TD Bank Canada, and The New School in New York. His press and publications include Charley, C Magazine, www.artinamericamagazine.com, October, The Huffington Post, K-48, Petit Mort: Recollections of a Queer Public, The New Yorker, www.disorientations.com, British Good Housekeeping and Toronto Life.
Monteith has been awarded grants from The Canada Council for the Arts and the Toronto Arts Council. He lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.
- Solo Exhibition: At Night All Cats Are Grey, June 6 – July 26, 2012
- Solo Exhibition: Memorial Day, September 7 – October 6, 2012
- Solo Exhibition: Lost Highway, December 9, 2010 – January 29, 2011
- September 2012: The Blur of Clarity: John Monteith's Distant Spaces,Travis Jeppensen
- September 2012: Memorializing an Artist of Our Day, Rachel Anne Farquharson
- August 21, 2012: Shadows and Corners: on John Monteith's Recent Photos & Paintings, Travis Jeppesen on diorientations.com
- Summer 2011: John Monteith: Lost Highway, Rachel Anne Farquharson for C Magazine
- 2009: Compilation of Coverage on No Soul For Sale at the Tate Modern