Philip Argent lives and works in Goleta, CA, and currently teaches in the Department of Art at UCSB. He received an MFA from UNLV in 1994. His work has been exhibited in numerous national and international group exhibitions including “Populence” (at MOCA, Cleveland and the Blaffer Gallery, Univ. of Houston), “Post Digital Painting” (at the Cranbrook Art Museum, MI), “Crossroads” (at the Mannheim Kunstverein) and “Neo Painting” (at the Young Eun Museum of Contemporary Art, Kwangju, Korea).
He has had solo shows in Los Angeles, New York and Berlin. Two of his recent collage works on paper are in the permanent collection of MOMA NY.