Works enter the collection of SFMOMA

Forthcoming publication: John Andrews: Architect of Uncommon Sense (Harvard Design Press)

Solo exhibition 1972/Nakagin Capsule Tower at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee SARUP, March 9 - 31, 2023

John Andrews: Architect of Uncommon Sense exhibition at Harvard University Graduate School of Design, October 28 - December 22, 2022

Solo exhibition 1972/Accumulations at MAS Context Reading Room, Chicago, September 22 - December 8, 2022

Solo exhibition SGN at FLXST Contemporary, Chicago, January 9 - February 14, 2021

"SGN: On the Utility Poles of Ho Chi Minh City", MAS Context Observations (January 2021)

2020 Illinois Arts Council Agency Artist Fellowship Award

Material Intentions, FLXST Contemporary, Chicago, August 1 - August 30, 2020

1972 featured in the publication Home Stories: 100 Years, 20 Visionary Interiors (Vitra Design Museum)

IMA Magazine Shortlist Selection by Lesley A. Martin (Creative Director, Aperture Foundation)

"The Impermanence of Architecture: The Nakagin Capsule Tower" in Switch (on Paper) by Chloé Fricout (October 23, 2019)

California City, California featured in the publication Urbanautica Institute Awards 2019

Review of 1972 in Delirious Cities in the New Yorker by Johanna Fateman (September 2, 2019)

Delirious Cities, Aperture Foundation, New York, July 25 - August 29, 2019

Santo Foundation 10th Anniversary Exhibition, Arcade Contemporary Art Projects, St. Louis, June 1 - August 10, 2019

2019 Tokyo International Photography Competition Winning Selection

2018 Santo Foundation Individual Artist Awards Top Honor

Solo exhibition at STATION Gallery at USC Roski School of Art and Design, October 5 – November 30, 2018

Solo exhibition at SFO Museum, September 13 - December 13, 2018

Solo exhibition at Kana Kawanishi Gallery, April 7, - June 2, 2018

2018 Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts, Research and Development Grant

Cupboard Love, Gewerbemuseum, Switzerland, December 03, 2017 to April 22, 2018

2016- 17 Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grantee

1972 published by Keher Verlag (54 color photographs, essays byJulian Rose and Ken Yoshida)

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