Patrick Mohundro lives and works in New York. He is from Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and holds an MFA from Hunter College (2019). He has organized exhibitions and projects for Spring/Break Art Fair, New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA), Soho House NY, has curated exhibitions for the Artist’s Institute and Jack Barrett, and is currently the director of P.A.D, a pop-up exhibition space in historic SOHO (South of Houston) District in New York City. He is the recipient of NYFA and Foundation for Contemporary Arts emergency grants and has received awards from Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s Swing Space Residency (2011), the Salem Art Works’ Artist-in-Residence Fellowship (2012), St. Nicks Alliance’s Arts@Renaissance Studio Residency (2013), Incheon Art Platform’s 5th annual Artist-in-Residence (2014), the Founding Fellowship at Offshore Residency (2016), Famous Chimps’ artist-in-residence program (2019), and Andrea’s Zittel’s A-Z West Artist Residency (2021). He will be at the Artist-in-Residence Program (AIR) at Carrizozo Arts this December.