About the Artist
Mark Flood attended Rice University (1976-1981). In 2013, Luxembourg & Dayan Gallery in New York City held a survey of Flood’s work of the ‘80s, bringing together more than 100 paintings and collages. Flood’s work can be found in the collections of the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, the Dallas Museum of Art, the Menil Collection, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and the Birmingham Art Museum. His work is widely exhibited internationally. Mark Flood lives and works in Houston, Texas.
Mark Flood: Gratest Hits is supported in part by Melissa and Albert Grobmyer and Cynthia Toles.
This exhibition has been made possible by the patrons, benefactors and donors to the Museum’s Friends of Steel Exhibitions: Director’s Circle – Chinhui Juhn and Eddie Allen, Fayez Sarofim and Ms. Louisa Stude Sarofim; Curator’s Circle – Dillon Kyle Architecture, Inc. and Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Kempner III; Major Exhibition Circle -A Fare Extraordinaire, Bergner and Johnson Design, Jereann Chaney, Sara Paschall Dodd, Marita and J.B. Fairbanks, Greg Fourticq, Barbara and Michael Gamson, Brenda and William Goldberg, Blakely and Trey Griggs, George and Mary Josephine Hamman Foundation, Leslie and Mark Hull, Jackson and Company, Anne and David Kirkland, KPMG, LLP, Beverly and Howard Robinson, Robin and Andrew Schirrmeister, Yellow Cab Houston, Wallace Wilson and Michael Zilkha.
The Museum’s education and outreach programming has been made possible by the patrons, benefactors and donors to its Families of Steel Programming: Vera and Andy Baker, Mary and Marcel Barone, Louise D. Jamail, Kinder Morgan Foundation, Robert and Pearl Wallis Knox Foundation, Leticia Loya, Marian and Speros Martel Foundation Endowment, M.D. Anderson Foundation, Elisabeth McCabe, Andrew R. McFarland, Nordstrom, Nancy O’Connor,Cabrina and Steven Owsley, Ms. Louisa Stude Sarofim, Texas Commission on the Arts, Kim and Gerard Trevino and Bridget and Patrick Wade.
Funding for the Museum’s operations through the Fund for the Future is made possible by generous grants fromChinhui Juhn and Eddie Allen, Jereann Chaney, Marita and J.B. Fairbanks, Jo and Jim Furr, Barbara and MichaelGamson, Brenda and William Goldberg, Leticia Loya, Fayez Sarofim, Robin and Andrew Schirrmeister and David and Marion Young.
The Museum’s operations and programs are made possible through the generosity of the Museum’s trustees, patrons, members and donors. The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston receives partial operating support from The Brown Foundation, Inc., Houston Endowment, the City of Houston through the Houston Museum District Association, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Texas Commission on the Arts, The Wortham Foundation, Inc. and artMRKTProductions. CAMH also thanks its artist benefactors for their support including Michael Bise, Bruce High Quality Foundation, Julia Dault, Keltie Ferris, Mark Flood, Barnaby Furnas, Theaster Gates, Jeffrey Gibson, Trenton Doyle Hancock, Jim Hodges, Joan Jonas, Jennie C. Jones, Maya Lin, Julian Lorber, Robert Mangold, Melissa Miller, Marilyn Minter, Angel Otero, McKay Otto, Enoc Perez, Rob Pruitt, Matthew Ritchie, Dario Robleto, Ed Ruscha, Cindy Sherman, Shinique Smith, John Sparagana, Al Souza, James Surls, Sam Taylor-Johnson, William Wegman and Brenna Youngblood.
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