MFA, University of Pennsylvania
BFA, Michigan State University
Dustin London, Zen House Gallery, Kyoto, Japan
Shifty, Fitton Center for Creative Arts, Hamilton, OH
When Feelings Meet Science (The Doppler Effect), Armory Gallery at Virginia Tech University, Blacksburg, VA
Daybreak, Holding House, Detroit, MI
Inside Out, Western Illinois University Art Gallery, Macomb, IL
Visitation, Manifest Gallery, Cincinnati, OH
Scared of Dying, NURTUREart, Brooklyn, NY
Wall Works, Base Space, Brooklyn, NY
Selected Group Exhibitions
18, Janice Charach Gallery, West Blookfield, MI, curated by Rebecca Reeder
2022 Flat File Exhibition, OyG Projects, Brooklyn, NY
Language of Abstraction, Christopher Gallery, Prairie State College, Chicago Heights, IL
NADA NY, yours mine & ours Gallery, New York, NY
Full House, White Columns, online exhibition curated by Elizaveta Shneyderman
Touch: Between Image and Surface, Emily Davis Gallery, University of Akron, Akron, OH curated by Matthew Kolodziej
Color Agents, 245 Varet, Brooklyn, NY
In the Office of the Drunken Monkey, TSA Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Good Job, Everybody, TSA Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Color/Form, Saratoga Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY
Drawing on H/habit: An Ambition, Untitled Art Fair, Miami Beach, FL, curated by Saul Ostrow and Lidija Slavkovic
A Close Read, Turn-Based Press, in conjunction with Art Basel, Miami, FL
Next in Line: Drawing in the 21st Century, Kunsthalle Galapagos, Brooklyn, NY
Names of Places I’ve Never Been, Isaac’s Gallery, Roswell, NM
Synthetic Zero, Bronx Art Space, Bronx, NY
True Singing Is A Different Breathing, Vaudeville Park, Brooklyn, NY
One Vertical Unwavering Band of Light, Coe College, Cedar Rapids, IA
The Object Direct, Heskin Contemporary, New York, NY
New Work, New York, Mississippi State Univ., Mississippi State, MS
Works on Paper, Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences, Loveladies, NJ
American Idyll, Rodger LaPelle Galleries, Philadelphia, PA
Awards & Residencies
Metropolitan Fukujusou AiR, Kyoto, Japan
Flat File 2022 Program, Ortega y Gasset Projects, Brooklyn, NY
Manifest Grand Jury Prize Finalist, Season 14
Willapa Bay Artist-in-Residence Program
Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts Residency
New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship
Drawing Center Viewing Program
Millay Colony Artist Residency
Jentel Artist Residency
Vermont Studio Center Artist Grant
Press & Publications
Friend of the Artist, Volume 15, Fall 2022.
International Painting Annual 9, Manifest Press. Spring 2021.
International Painting Annual 8, Manifest Press. Spring 2019.
New American Paintings, Issue 137, Aug/Sept. Juried by Dominic Molon.
ArtMaze Magazine, Issue 7, Spring 2018.
International Painting Annual 7, Manifest Press. Spring 2018.
“Artist Interview: Dustin London.” Commandzine. 10 November.
Butler, Sharon. “Anxiety and the Art Fairs: NADA Edition” Two Coats of Paint. 14 March, 2017.
Schwendener, Martha. “The Young Crowd.” The New York Times, 03 March 2017, p. C21.
Under the Gum Tree, Issue 21, Oct. Creative non-fiction magazine edited and published by Janna Marlies Maron. Work featured on cover and throughout issue.
New American Paintings, Issue 125, Aug/Sept. Juried by Steven L. Bridges.
Turner, Anderson. “Painters to Emulate at Emily Davis Gallery.” Akron Beacon Journal. 07 March.
Paint Pulse Magazine, Issue 5, January. Curated by Jason Miller
Butler, Sharon. “Dustin London: Flawless Imperfection” Two Coats of Paint. 3 December.
Fresh Paint Magazine, Issue 9, October. Curated by Nicole Capozzi
Fresh Paint Magazine, Issue 8, July. Curated by Michael Kalmbach
“Dustin London.” Fresh Paint Magazine: Studio Visit. 13 August.
Galgiani, Allison. “No, It’s Not Over Yet! Six Art Events to Get You Through the End of August.” Bushwick Daily. 07 August.
Griffin, Amy. “Back to the Basics, With a Difference.” Times Union. 12 March.
Millay Colony. “Dustin London.” Edna, Issue 4: 22.
New American Paintings, Issue 102, Oct/Nov. Juried by Bill Arning.
Moeller, Andrew. “Dustin London.” Hannah (han’na) n.: A Book of Collaborations Between Painters and Poets Vol. 2: 7.
Beeferman, Leah, and Matthew Harvey. “Dustin London.” Parallelograms. 8 March.
“Dustin London.” Standard Interview. 23 April.
Tetens, Kristan. “Dustin London: Revealing the Nature of Things.” Muses: New Directions Vol. 19, No. 1, Spring: 17-19.
Blair, Joel. “Small Works, Good Art.” Solares Hill, 22 Dec.
Sozanski, Edward J. “A Tribute to an Art Lover.” The Philadelphia Enquirer, 27 May.
Curation & Writing
London, Dustin. Rev. of Robert Ryman: Used Paint, Suzanne Hudson. CAAReviews February.
Juror, Place for Proximity, Scene Metrospace, East Lansing, MI
London, Dustin. “Snow Globe.” New York: NURTUREart.(http://issuu.com/nurtureart/docs/siobhanmcbride_ebook_web?mode=window)
Game Show, MBUS Gallery, Miami, FL (w/ curatorial essay). Nine Internationally exhibiting artists based on the theme of “gaming” in contemporary art practices, with two related performances.
Homespun, The College of New Jersey Art Gallery, Ewing, NJ (produced catalogue w/ essays). Exhibition of nine prominent painters across the U.S. whose work deals with non-traditional notions of the domestic.
Visiting Artist, Lectures & Events
Guest critic, New England College, Henniker, NH
Visiting Artist, Virginia Tech University, Blacksburg, VA
Visiting Artist, University of Akron, Akron, OH
Guest Lecture and Panelist, lecture entitled Painting Digital Space for session entitled Between Form and Expression: Abstraction in the 21st Century, SECAC, Pittsburgh, PA
Lecture, Workshop, and Exhibition: Tasmeem Doha 2015, Middle East Art & Design Conference at VCUQatar
Moderator, panel discussion on the exhibition Among Body Marks, The Projects, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Visiting Artist, Santa Barbara City College, Santa Barbara, CA
Associate Professor, School of Art & Design, Eastern Michigan University
Assistant Professor, School of Art & Design, Eastern Michigan University
Visiting Assistant Professor, Art + Art History Dept, Florida International University
Assistant Professor, Dept of Art and Art History, The College of New Jersey
Adjunct Professor, Dept of Art and Art History, The College of New Jersey