Meghan Grubb is a visual artist based in Saint Louis. Her practice explores a range of subjects including wilderness structures, daylight rhythms, recursive spaces, and natural disasters. The resulting physical works range from immersive installations to sculptural objects – each outcome revealing unease between humans and the physical spaces that we inhabit.
Grubb's exhibition record includes group and solo shows, collaborations, and site-specific installations. Her work has been exhibited at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design (Oslo, Norway), Sculpture Center (Cleveland, OH), the Wassaic Project (Wassaic, NY), Heaven Gallery (Chicago), the Luminary (Saint Louis), the Pulitzer Arts Foundation (Saint Louis), and the Urban Institute for Contemporary Art (Grand Rapids, MI). She has completed residencies at Wassaic Project (NY), ACRE (Chicago), Vermont Studio Center (VT), Paul Artspace (Florissant, MO), and has received numerous awards and grants, including the American Scandinavian Foundation Fellowship (2012-2013), Regional Arts Commission Artists Fellowship (2015), Creative Stimulus Award (2015), Alice Cole Award (2015), recent nominations for the Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters and Sculptors Grant (2014) and Joan Mitchell Foundation Emerging Artist Grant (2015 and 2016), and Regional Arts Commission Support Grant (2015 and 2018).
Meghan Grubb is a founding member of Monaco, an artist-run gallery in Saint Louis. She received her M.F.A. Art + Design from the University of Michigan in 2012, and her B.A. History + Studio Art from Wellesley College in 2005.