Artists Space

Doris Guo
Matthew Langan-Peck
Isabelle Frances McGuire
Ruben Ulises Rodriguez Montoya

May 23 – August 10

Artists Space is pleased to present an exhibition of new and recent work by Doris Guo, Matthew Langan-Peck, Isabelle Frances McGuire, and Ruben Ulises Rodriguez Montoya.

Color image of a small pinhole projector, sitting on a pedestal and facing a wall to the left of the image. On the wall, an image of a red pearlescent ball, with a small white pearlescant ball attached on top, is projected.
Doris Guo, angst, 2023 [Color image of a small pinhole projector, sitting on a pedestal and facing a wall to the left of the image. On the wall, an image of a red pearlescent ball, with a small white pearlescant ball attached on top, is projected.]

Doris Guo (b. 1992, San Francisco) currently lives and works in Oslo. She received a BFA in painting from Pratt Institute in 2014 and an MFA from the Oslo National Academy of the Arts in 2023. Solo exhibitions include Back at Empty Gallery, Hong Kong (2023); disorientations at VI, VII, Oslo (2023); Shanghai San Francisco Richmond Seattle New York Oslo (TRACE) at Veronica, Seattle (2022–23); a presentation at inge, Plainview, NY (2022); 9PM Til I at Éclair, Berlin (2019); XO at Derosia, New York (2019); Coffee & Tea at Princess, New York (2018); and Joss at Real Fine Arts, New York (2017).


Matthew Langan-Peck (b. 1988, Cooperstown, New York) lives and works in New York. Recent solo exhibitions include Au feu rouge, Edouard Montassut, Paris (2024), and an untitled exhibition at Gandt, New York (2023). Recent group exhibitions include Composition for the Left Hand, Kode, Bergen (2024); Récits de collection, MAMCO, Geneva (2023–24); Looking Back / The 13th White Columns Annual, White Columns, New York (2023); Barbe à Papa, CAPC Musée d’Art Contemporain, Bordeaux (2022); In the Shadows of Tall Necessities, Bonner Kunstverein, Bonn (2022); La réforme de Pooky, Kunsthalle Friart, Fribourg, Switzerland (2022); and Greater New York, MoMA PS1, New York (2021).


Isabelle Frances McGuire (b. 1994, Austin, Texas) lives and works in Chicago. They graduated from the School of the Art Institute in Chicago with a BFA in film, video, and new media in 2016. Select solo and two-person presentations include exhibitions at What Pipeline, Detroit (2023, with Nolan Simon); King’s Leap, New York (2023 and 2021); Scherben, Berlin (2022); Mickey, Chicago (2021); Et al., San Francisco (2020, curated by Good Weather); From the Desk of Lucy Bull, Los Angeles (2020), and Prairie, Chicago (2017). Recent group exhibitions include Multi-User Dungeon (MUD), Petzel, New York (2024, curated by Simon Denny); Descending the Staircase, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago (2023–24); Tell Me What You Want, Bel Ami, Los Angeles (2023); Group Exhibition, M. LeBlanc, Chicago (2023); Death Bearing, Hans Gallery, Chicago (2023); I feel like a bootlegger’s wife. Look!, Apparatus Projects, Chicago (2022); Banquet, In Lieu, Los Angeles (2020); and At the End of the Game You Will Be Forgotten, Alyssa Davis Gallery, New York (2018).


Ruben Ulises Rodriguez Montoya (b. 1989, Parral, Mexico) is based in Mexico City. Montoya received his MFA from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2020. Solo exhibitions include James Webb and the Thestral Born without a Vertebrate, Sargent’s Daughters, New York (2022); Ex Situ Canis Latrans, Murmurs, Los Angeles (2021); and Inside the Bowels of the Hoofed Beast, Sargent’s Daughters, New York (2020). Recent group shows include La Casa Erosionada, Museo Anahuacalli, Coyoacán, Mexico (2023); We Are They, Honor Fraser Gallery, Los Angeles (2023); Durian on the Skin, Ghebaly Gallery, Los Angeles (2022); Outburst, Palm Springs Museum of Art, California (2022); Group Show, General Expenses, Mexico City (2022); were-:Nenetech Forms, MoCA Tucson, Arizona (2021); Her Kind, Sargent’s Daughters, New York; 100 Sculptures, Anonymous Gallery, New York (2021); and Por Vida, Company Gallery, New York (2021).

Exhibition support is provided by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Support for Artists Space’s exhibitions and programs is provided by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Lambent Foundation Fund of Tides Foundation, The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, The Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation, I.A. O'Shaughnessy Foundation, The Helen Frankenthaler Foundation, The Cowles Charitable Trust, The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in Partnership with the City Council, The New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature, May and Samuel Rudin Family Foundation, Milton and Sally Avery Foundation, and the Herman Goldman Foundation.