Amanda Ross-Ho

decade

1970s

1975

Amanda Ross-Ho is born and raised in Chicago’s Edgewater neighborhood.

decade

1990s

1998

Amanda Ross-Ho earns her BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC).

late 1990s 1999

Amanda Ross-Ho meets Aaron Curry and Sterling Ruby through Ruby’s first wife, Kirsten Stoltmann.

decade

2000s

2000s 2003

Sterling Ruby encourages Amanda Ross-Ho to apply to the University of Southern California (USC) in Los Angeles.

2004

Amanda Ross-Ho moves to Los Angeles for graduate school and lives with Sterling Ruby.

mid-2000s 2005

After graduate school, Sterling Ruby moves to Los Angeles and leases an old warehouse on Fishburn Avenue near Hazard Park in Boyle Heights to use as studio space for himself and other artist friends, including Aaron Curry and Amanda Ross-Ho.

2006

Amanda Ross-Ho earns her MFA from USC.

2007

Amanda Ross-Ho travels to Berlin with Sterling Ruby for the opening of Post Rose: Artists In and Out of the Hazard Park Complex at Galerie Christian Nagel.

2007

Sterling Ruby curates the exhibition Post Rose: Artists in and out of the Hazard Park Complex at Galerie Christian Nagel in Berlin, which includes Aaron Curry and Amanda Ross-Ho.

decade

2010s

2011

Amanda Ross-Ho and Allen Ruppersberg, The Meaning of Plus and Minus, 2011. Mixed-media installation: green pedestal, fabricated binder sculpture, random-sequence digital slide show, and moving-image projection with audio (music); overall dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artists. © Al Ruppersberg and Amanda Ross-Ho. Courtesy of the artist; Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York; and Shane Campbell Gallery, Chicago.
Amanda Ross-Ho and Allen Ruppersberg, The Meaning of Plus and Minus, 2011. Mixed-media installation: green pedestal, fabricated binder sculpture, random-sequence digital slide show, and moving-image projection with audio (music); overall dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artists. © Al Ruppersberg and Amanda Ross-Ho. Courtesy of the artists; Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York; and Shane Campbell Gallery, Chicago.
Amanda Ross-Ho and Allen Ruppersberg, The Meaning of Plus and Minus, 2011. Mixed-media installation: green pedestal, fabricated binder sculpture, random-sequence digital slide show, and moving-image projection with audio (music); overall dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artists. © Al Ruppersberg and Amanda Ross-Ho. Courtesy of the artists; Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York; and Shane Campbell Gallery, Chicago.

2011

Amanda Ross-Ho and Allen Ruppersberg collaborate on The Meaning of Plus and Minus, which is commissioned by the Orange County Museum of Art for the exhibition Two Schools of Cool.

2013

Amanda Ross-Ho, CRADLE OF FILTH (detail), 2013. Ink-jet print on nylon, foam, fusible interfacing, YKK zippers and sliders, cast urethane, various paints, schmuttz (dirt), acrylic paint, and nylon; 78 × 58 × 20 in. (198.1 × 147.3 × 50.8 cm). Private collection. © Amanda Ross-Ho. Courtesy of the artist; Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York; and Shane Campbell Gallery, Chicago.
Amanda Ross-Ho, CRADLE OF FILTH (detail), 2013. Ink-jet print on nylon, foam, fusible interfacing, YKK zippers and sliders, cast urethane, various paints, schmuttz (dirt), acrylic paint, and nylon; 78 × 58 × 20 in. (198.1 × 147.3 × 50.8 cm). Private collection. © Amanda Ross-Ho. Courtesy of the artist; Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York; and Shane Campbell Gallery, Chicago.
Amanda Ross-Ho, CRADLE OF FILTH, 2013. Ink-jet print on nylon, foam, fusible interfacing, YKK zippers and sliders, cast urethane, various paints, schmuttz (dirt), acrylic paint, and nylon; 78 × 58 × 20 in. (198.1 × 147.3 × 50.8 cm). Private collection. © Amanda Ross-Ho. Courtesy of the artist; Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York; and Shane Campbell Gallery, Chicago.
Amanda Ross-Ho, CRADLE OF FILTH, 2013. Ink-jet print on nylon, foam, fusible interfacing, YKK zippers and sliders, cast urethane, various paints, schmuttz (dirt), acrylic paint, and nylon; 78 × 58 × 20 in. (198.1 × 147.3 × 50.8 cm). Private collection. © Amanda Ross-Ho. Courtesy of the artist; Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York; and Shane Campbell Gallery, Chicago.

2018

Amanda Ross-Ho makes a small contribution to Allen Ruppersberg’s exhibition monograph Al Ruppersberg: Intellectual Property 1968–2018 discussing their shared Midwestern roots.

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