Chris MudHead Reynolds

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Chris Mudhead Reynolds was born in Torrence Califoria in 1978. He started drawing at a young age and went on to study at the San Francisco Art Institute. His work has been exhibited internationally, is in the permanent collection at NY MOMA, Brazil, England, Lithuania, and once aboard a space shuttle flight.  He works in many genres including, performance, mail art, installation, visionary art, and painting. He was indoctrinated as a member of Fluxus in April 2011, and has shown along side such artists as Yoko Ono. His work travels through genres and mediums freely.  The basis of his work though ever evolving is based on the idea of time travel in which the artist connects with all periods of art.  The artists, alchemists, petroglyph creaters and so on of the past speak to us in the present moment by the lasting images and ideas they have left us.  We speak to the future in the same manner.  This is also a reflection of the ideas developed in a vast range of human development from the alphabet to string theory.  As contemporary artists we use a process of semiosis to travel a world in which time has collapsed in on itself and revealed the world of the spirit which is beyond time.

Selected Exhibitions


2017 Artists in Recovery, St. Babs, New Jersey

2016 Dada Centennial Ontological Museum

2015 Group Show with Alyssa Moinet Miami Artworks Miami AZ

2014 Center for Book Arts, Minneapolis MN

2014 Re:Imagining Staten Island, Deep Tanks Gallery, Staten Island, NY

2014 Fluxbox Exhibit, Joan Flasch Artistbook Library Art Institute, Chicago, IL

2014 “Zalop”, Eyedrum Art Gallery, Atlanta GA

2014 Stuckist Art Exhibit, Trunkspace, PHX AZ

2014 “I am John Knotts”, Trunkspace, PHX, AZ

2013 Trippy Hippy Café, Payson AZ

2013 Dimi Espresso, Payson, AZ

2013 (Took a sabbatical)

2013 Oranges Piece performed by Reed Altemus at The Chailey Manor, Newburyport Massachusetts

2012 ETG, Staten Island, New York

2012 Westbeth, New York, New York

2012 Emotion Show, Shanghai, China

2012 Dew Point, Deep Tanks Gallery, Staten Island, New York

2012 The Coloring Book Show, Eve n’ Odd Gallery, St. Petersburg, Florida

2012 First Friday Night Live, Pie Factory, PHX, AZ

2012 Infinite Monkeys. Trunkspace, PHX, AZ

2012 Miami Loco Art Walk, Miami, AZ

2012 Solo show, Trunkspace, PHX, AZ

2012 The Ontological Museum, Pagosa Springs, CO

2011 Curator Ann Marten’s House LA, CA

2011 Fluxus Festival, Kuanas, Lithuania

2011 Spiral Bound, National University, Mesa Campus, California

2011 Mail Art Showcase, Eve n’ Odd Gallery, Florida

2011 A Book About Death/Happening Willo North Gallery PHX AZ

2011 Performed “Milk Piece” at ETG Book Cafe, NY, NY

2011 Performed “Lie Down Piece” at Show Gallery, NY, NY

2011 Performed “Apathy Piece” by Rebecca Cunningham at Show Gallery, NY, NY

2011 Curated “Imagine Blue Squirrels” at the Miami Artworks, Miami, AZ

2011 My score “Through Someone Else’s Eyes” was performed at The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago by Keith Buchholz

2010 Copper Mine Picture Cafe, “Who’s the Audience?” Performance, Miami, AZ

2010 Museu Brasileiro da Escultura, Toy Art International Exhibition,Sao Paulo, Brazil

2010 SAL Art Gallery, A Book about Death, Brookville, NY

2010 Flux Face in Space ,(Space)

2010 Kennedy Space Center, “Flux Us Now” Performance, , FL

2010 Art Pool Gallery, Ur toy story, St. Pete, FL

2010 Modern Realism, What’s in a Place?, SF,CA

2010 FluxusMuseum, Fluxhibition #4

2010 FluxusMuseum, Fluxhibition #3

2010 NY MOMA, “Book About Death” Permanent Collection

2009 Emily Harvey Foundation, A Book About Death, NY NY

2009 FluxMuseum, Little Boxes, ForthWorth Texas

2009 Fireside Café, “Blueberry Surprise”, Payson, AZ

2009 Modesto Art Museum, “International Surrealism Festival” Modesto, CA

2009 25poons Coffee Shop, “Let’s Shake Hands On It”, San Diego, CA

2008 TrunkSpace Gallery “Facing Death”, Phoenix, AZ

2008 TrunkSpace Gallery Installation, Phoenix, AZ

2008 Waygood Gallery & Studios “Slow TV”, Newcastle, England

2007 Knot So Famous Gallery, Eastport, Maine

2007 House of the Future “Urban Pulse Show” Solana Beach, CA

2007 Paper Heart Art Venue, Phoenix, AZ

2007 Muddy Waters, Santa Barbara, Ca

2007 Down the Street Art Gallery, Payson, AZ

2007 Hill Street Coffee Shop and Gallery, San Diego, CA

2006 M3 Coffee Shop and Art Space, San Diego, CA

2005 The Muse, San Diego, CA


Winner of Juried Exhibition for Scholarship to San Francisco Art Institute

Synergy Art Foundation

Selected Performances

2011 Banana Phone for Fluxfest NY, on the Staten Island Ferry

2011 “Chair Peace” guerrila performed at LACMA

2006 Lived as a Shoe Shine in Downtown San Diego till eventually painting Clown Kachinas (Representing Greed by Begging) with shoe polish around the city. Then I surrendered my occupation by signing my Shoe Shine Box and delivering it to the SDMOMA.

2006 Created Installation in a trailer on the Pala Indian Reservation.

2000 Went to art show in Marin where I covertly placed the red dot stickers, that were to be used to mark sold paintings, on every viewer.

1999 Bought Peas with the intention of spitting them into Marcel Duchamp’s “Fountain” at the SFMOMA. My plans interrupted by a business meeting I sat down outside, and ate the peas.

1998 Ate a piece of Alkatraz utilizing a hammer and sliced bread.

Selected Mail Art

2009 Documented Installation of filling my home with oranges and made postcards out of photographs

2000 Mailed balloon tied package style with rope to artist Eleanora Antinova. (Not sure it arrived.)

1999 Mailed Ziploc bag to artist Dragonfly Dream containing sea sponge wet with sea water from the Oceanside Pier. (She washed with it.)

1998 Mailed Ziploc bag to deceased artist Ray Johnson containing peanuts and assemblage of vintage photo of digging and rabbit fur. (Saw a rainbow that day.)


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