Reed Anderson lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.
Reed Anderson received a MFA from Stanford University in 2009 and previously studied at Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture and the San Francisco Art Institute. He is represented by Pierogi Gallery in NY, and Gregory Lind Gallery in San Francisco.
Anderson's artwork has explored the potential of system and craft through cut paper works for over a decade. These deconstructed voids are employed as the tools to build and create new forms; a method of abstraction that mimics patterns and forms in nature.
Anderson's artwork is included in the collections of MOMA, The Albright-Knox Gallery, The Olbricht Collection, The West Collection and The Burchfield Penney Art Center. Anderson's work has also been seen in publications that include: Cabinet, New York Times, The Village Voice, Graphic Magazine and Riot of Perfume.