New York, NY
Hunter College, New York, Master of Fine Art
Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, ME
University of Chicago, Chicago, Bachelor of Art
Frame, solo presentation with Regards, Frieze, New York (forthcoming May 2018)
Idling, Regards, Chicago
I am, etc., Regards, Chicago
Homonyms (for Misfits and Outcasts), Peregrine Program, Chicago
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
Abrons Arts Center, New York (forthcoming June 2018)
Ice Wine, curated by John-Elio Reitman and Margaret Kross, Rzeplinski, Brooklyn, NY
In Practice: Fantasy Can Invent Nothing New, curated by Olga Dekalo, SculptureCenter, New York
What came of picking flowers?, Motel, Brooklyn, NY
A Place Where He Is Meant to Be Lost, The Third Policeman, Brooklyn, NY
Hunter MFA Thesis Exhibition, 205 Hudson Street Gallery, New York
Murmurs, Regards, Chicago
White Columns Benefit Exhibition, White Columns, New York
Canon Fodder, curated by Craig Drennen, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND
Street Trash, organized by Virginia Overton, Aaron Suggs, and Motoko Fukuyama, Memphis, TN
Taken, Practice Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
The Made-up Shrimp Hardly Enlightens Some Double Kisses, Laurel Gitlen, New York
Why Did the Chicken Cross the Road? Original Jokes About The Suburban and The Poor Farm by Artists Who Have Exhibited There, organized by Michelle Grabner, Green Gallery, Yale University School of Art, New Haven, CT
Two Fold, curated by Colleen Asper and Ethan Greenbaum, The Suburban, Oak Park, IL
BIG FUN, DOVA temporary, Chicago
No One, Brooklyn, NY (ongoing project)
Every Act, a Repetition, Laurel Gitlen, New York
Silhouettes, curated with Anissa Mack, Fort Hamilton, Brooklyn, NY
Broken Umbrellas, Laurel Gitlen, New York
FELLOWSHIPS, GRANTS, AWARDS
Summer Arts Fellowship, University of Chicago
Ten: Park McArthur Interviews Christopher Aque, Regards, Chicago
“Drawing a Blank” in John Zappas: Figured Spot, (Brooklyn, NY: Primetime).
Chatter by Evie, artist book with No One, Brooklyn, NY: No One, 68 pages.
Contributor, Why Did the Chicken Cross the Road?, ed. Michelle Grabner, Wassaic, WI: Poor Farm Press.
Toale, Erin, Review: Murmurs/Regards, Newcity Art, August, 9.
Hebert, Todd, Canon Fodder, BURNAWAY, November 12.
Featured Artist: Christopher Aque, SculptureCenter tumblr, October 27.
Schwartz, Chip, Practice examines appropriation and ownership with ‘Taken’, Knight Arts, April 16.
Wall, Georgia, Christopher Aque at Peregrine Program, Chicago Artist Writers, November 2.
Smith, Harrison, Fall Art Preview 2012, Newcity Art, August 28.