Max Razdow was born in Boston, Massachusets in 1978. He works in various media, producing intricate pen and ink drawings, paintings, text pieces and sculptures. Recent solo exhibitions include Future Myths of the Surface (2011) and We Wait as Banshees Wait (2010) at Galerie Jan Dhaese in Ghent, Belgium. In 2012, he will present a solo show in San Juan, Puerto Rico at Trailer Park Proyect. His work has been included in the group shows Take-Out (2011) at Andrew Edlin Gallery, A Sinking Sense of Wonder (2012) at SouthFirst in NYC, and Bad Moon Rising 5 (2010) at UKS Oslo, among many other exhibitions in the U.S. and internationally. In 2011, he was a resident of the Hafnarborg Museum in Hafnarfjörður, Iceland. Razdow's work has been discussed in the New York Times, Art Fag City, L Magazine and KunstHart (BE), and included in K48. He has published critical writing in ArtUS and elsewhere, and co-curated EPIC (2011-2012), an exhibition of NYC video art for multiple venues in Belgium. His art is held in collections in the U.S., Canada and Belgium. Max received his MFA from New York University in 2008 and a BFA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He lives and works in New York.