Chris Moss (b. 1977, Wilkes-Barre, PA) received a BFA in 2000 from Marywood University, Scranton, PA and an MFA in 2006 from CUNY Brooklyn College. His work has been included in exhibitions at Shaheen Contemporary (Cleveland, OH), Grizzly Grizzly (Philadelphia, PA) Field Projects (New York), LABspace (Hillsdale, NY), SEASON (Seattle, WA) and Sulfur Studios (Savannah, GA) among others.
MFA, Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY
BFA, Marywood University, Scranton, PA
Solo or (Two Person) Exhibitions
100 Proposals for the Drive Thru Art Box, Sulfur Studios, Savannah, GA
Time Wounds All Heels, Theodore, NY
Onomatopoeiae, Theodore, New York, NY part of to-go contact-free exhibition.
Pfft!, Theodore:Art, Brooklyn, NY
King for a Day, Theodore:Art, Brooklyn, New York
Gist, Grizzly, Grizzly, Philadelphia, PA (two person exhibition with Ron Lambert)
Theodore:Art, Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York (two person with Scooter LaForge)
Short Echo Prisms, AFA GAllery. Scranton, PA
Group Exhibitions
The Odd, the Weird, the Strangely Fabulous, Ology, Savannah, GA
Best Laid Plans, Philly Fringe Festival, Philadelphia, PAm (organized by Derek Ayers)
Sequential Obsessions, Theodore, New York, NY
Materia Prima, Sulfur Studios, Savannah, GA (curated by Jennifer Moss)
Surface, ATHICA, Athens, GA
Senses of Place, Location Gallery, Savannah, GA
Holiday, LABspace, Hillsdale, NY
SAAC, South Arkansas Art Center, El Dorado, AR
Sulfur Studios, Savannah, GA
Unknown Unknowns, Theodore:Art, Brooklyn, NY
Reanimator, Bay Ridge Art Space, Brooklyn, New York
Giving Up The Ghost, The Stand (pop up) Brooklyn, New York
Holiday Hijinks, Theodore:Art, Brooklyn, New York
Slow Enhancers, SEASON, Seattle, Washington
Family Ties, 500X, Dallas, Texas (curated by Julie Torres)
Family Style, 191 Henry Street, New York (curated by Julie Torres)
Chroma is Key, Schelfaudt Gallery, University of Bridgeport, Connecticut
Real Estate, Ventana 244, Brooklyn, New York
Brooklyn Boys Go Bowling, Theodore:Art, Brooklyn, New York
Drunk Tank Pink, curated by Ben Sutton , Field Projects, New York
Suddenly, Then: Discovery of the Find, Garis & Hahn, New York
Trust in Me, Field Projects, New York, New York
Norwood Club, New York, (curated by Stephanie Theodore)
What I Like About You, curated by Julie Torres, Parallel Art Space, Brooklyn, New York
Small Works, 440 Gallery, Brooklyn, New York
A Pile of Clowns, Centotto, Brooklyn, New York
Southern Cross, Grizzly, Grizzly, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The Unfunny Show, Small Black Door, Queens, New York
While You Wait, Extra Gallery, New York, New York
The Governors Island Art Fair, New York, New York
5th Ave Storefront Art Walk, Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, NY
Nyktomorph, Curious Matter, Jersey City, NJ
Missive Humor Contours of Place, Centotto, Brooklyn, NY
Would, Krampf Gallery, New York, NY
Artists Space, New York, NY Night of a 1000 Drawings
The Comic Uncanny, Shaheen Modern and Contemporary, Cleveland, OH
No Laughing Matter, The Space, Queens, NY


Hessler, Rob. “Drive Thru Art Box is gonna get weird” Savannah Morning News 23 March, 2023

Weinstein, Matthew. “Christopher Moss: Not So Funny” 25 January, 2017

D'Agostino, Paul. “Art Picks” The L Magazine, March 26 – April 8 Volume 12 Number 7.

Saltz, Jerry. “See This Art” New York Magazine, February 26 – March 9, 2014

Butler, Sharon. “The Figure: Christopher Moss, Scooter LaForge, Dana Schutz”, May 7, 2012.

Bussmann, Jeffrey. “Southern Cross”, December 15, 2011.

D'Alesandro, Dennis. “Constellation Closet – Southern Cross at Grizzly Grizzly”, December 14, 2011.

Butler, Sharon. “Sneaky funny in Ridgewood”, November 19, 2011.

Mascali, Nikki. Weekender, Wednesday, February 2, 2011, p. 35.

"Sylvia Rivera Law Project: Small Works for Big Change" Tuesday Smillie and Corrugated Press, February 2010, ills. p. 21.

“Nyktomorph” Curious Matter, September, 2009, p. 40-41.

Utter, Douglas Max. "The Comic Uncanny" Art Papers, March / April, 2008, p. 56.

Schapel, Amanda ed. Brooklyn Review 23, Brooklyn College CUNY, 2006, ills. p. 109.
2006 CERF Award for Excellence in the Arts, Brooklyn College Department of Art, Brooklyn, NY
2006 GIP Research Grant, Brooklyn College Department of Graduate Studies, Brooklyn, NY