• Joey Seeman
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About Joey Seeman

Joey Seeman- Contemporary, Pop, Underground artist

Joseph Seeman is a painter living and working in Dallas, Texas. Born and raised in Miami, Florida, Seeman’s bold portraiture draws its inspiration from pop culture, with influences as varied as Saturday morning television, Mexican wrestling and Latino street culture. Active in the burgeoning South Beach art scene of the early 1990s, Seeman collaborated with fine artist Tomata Du Plenty (former lead singer of the seminal L.A. punk band The Screamers), staging numerous exhibitions in alternative spaces. Fashion designer Anna Sui commissioned Seeman’s art for one of her sportswear collections, and the North Miami’s Museum of Contemporary Arts selected his work for The Monster Show. Since relocating to Dallas in 1996, Seeman has participated in group and solo exhibitions in Dallas, Austin and Los Angeles. Seeman’s work can be found in many private collections, and has been featured in such national publications as Attaché (United Airlines' in-flight magazine), Juxtapoz, Ocean Drive, Spin, and Vogue. He holds a degree in Computer Animation from the Art Institute of Dallas.

Selected Exhibits


2011- "Masquerade" at the Magnolia Gallery Dallas, TX
"6 Arms To Hold You" at aLoft Hotel Dallas, TX
- "Play Dead" at Bows and Arrows Gallery, Dallas, TX
- "LYRIC" curated by Glenn Barr at 323 East Gallery, Detroit, MI
2010- "Rock n' Roll Fantasy" solo show at Dear Clark Studio
- Glenn Barr, THH70 and Joey Seeman at 4th Wall Gallery
- “Stand By your Man” solo show in Bishop Arts
2007- “Art for the Masses ” solo show at Canvas Gallery


2006- “Scream Queens” at The Dapper Cadaver Gallery
2005- “Here’s to my Sweet Satan” solo show at Rosemary’s Billygoat


2004- “The Unhappy Hour” solo show at The Magnolia Theater
2004- “Character by Design” at Grey Matters
2001-“Pinned Down” at Forbidden Gallery
2000- “Tiki Time” at Forbidden Gallery
1998- “Tears from the Sun” at Space Gallery
1998- “Sofa Not Included” at Gallery: untitled
1997- “Demonic Portraiture” solo show at Forbidden Gallery
1996- “Never Mind the Lithium, Pass Me a Beer” at Justine’s Milam Gallery


1995- Sheldon Lurie Art Against AIDS Auction
1995- “The Monster Show”- at the Museum of Contemporary Art- MOCA, North Miami Beach, FL
1995- "Mexican Wrestlers" show at the Alliance Gallery
1993- "Blondes, Bondage and the Beach" solo show at BASH
1993- Amnesty International Auction, Les Bains
1993- Taped an interview segment for New York's "Party Talk" show
1993- "Who Killed Gladys?" at the Hamlet Bar and Gallery