Megan and Murray McMillan, are video, photography and installation artists who have been collaborating since 2002. They have exhibited at the Casa Masaccio Center for Contemporary Art in San Giovanni Valdarno, Italy, the Kunsthallen Brandts in Odense, Denmark, the State Museum of Contemporary Art in Thessaloniki, Greece, and the National Museum of Art in La Paz, Bolivia. They are represented by Qbox Gallery in Athens, Greece. The McMillan’s latest works were featured in the 2012 DeCordova Biennial at the DeCordova Museum and in a solo exhibition at Brown University’s Cohen Gallery. These exhibitions were funded through an Artist Resource Trust Fund from the Berkshire Taconic Foundation and project grants from Brown University and the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts.
The McMillans have been artists in residence in Barcelona, Los Angeles, Tzia and Athens, Greece and Turku and Kokar, Finland. Their work has been featured in film festivals in New York, London, Los Angeles, Switzerland, Austria, Croatia, Greece and Romania. Their work has been included in the Wild Things exhibition at the Kunsthallen Brandts in Odense, Denmark (2010), the 2nd Thessaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art (2009), and the 10th International Istanbul Biennial (2007). Their work has been reviewed in Art in America, ArtLies Quarterly, among others. In 2012, the McMillans received a substantial Project Grant and a New Genres Fellowship from the Rhode Island State Council for the Arts New Genres Fellowship and were finalists for a Creative Capital grant.
Megan McMillan (born 1975, Dallas, TX) has an MFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design and a BA in English Writing and Rhetoric from St Edwards University. Megan also studied in the Art History and Museum Studies graduate program at California State University in Long Beach. Murray McMillan (born 1973, Dallas, TX) has a MFA from The University of Texas at Austin and a BFA from Kansas City Art Institute. The McMillans have been married since 1997 and live and work in Providence, Rhode Island.