Canadian artist Euan Macdonald was born in 1965 in Edinburgh, Scotland and currently lives in Los Angeles, USA. Macdonald works in a variety of media that deal with issues of pictorial indeterminacy and social uncertainty.
He has recently held solo exhibitions including A Little Ramble, Western Bridge, Seattle, Washington (2010), Man crying, Punching bag, Sara Meltzer Gallery, New York, USA (2009), Darren Knight Gallery, Sydney (2009), Euan Macdonald, Mercy Flush, Goodwater Gallery, Toronto, Canada, Where flamingos fly, Galerie Zink, Berlin (2008); Selected work, Luckman Fine Arts Complex, The Luckman Museum, California State University, Los Angeles, USA (2008); Selected Standards, Cohan and Leslie, New York (2007); A Mosquito Under a Paper Cup in Tokyo (& other selected works from 1997 - 2007,) Aoyama / Meguro, Tokyo (2007) and Correlations, Stadtische Galerie, Haus Der Kultur, Waldkraiburg, Germany (2007).
His work has also been included in group exhibitions including The Standart Video Channel, Standard Hotels, New York, Los Angeles, Miami Beach (2010), California Video Exhibition, The Getty Museum, Los Angeles (2008), Taking Time, MARCO, Museo de Arte Contemporánea de Vigo, Spain (2007); Art In America, ARARIO, Seoul, Korea (2006); Supernatural, The Physics Room, Christchurch, New Zealand (2006) and Parasite Lights, Public Art Exhibition Gouda, The Netherlands (2006). His work is included in the collections of National Gallery of Canada; Art Gallery of Ontario; Art Gallery of Vancouver; Musee D’Art Contemporain, Montreal; Art Gallery of Peel, Canada and Stadtische Galerie, Lenbachhaus Museum, Munich, Germany.