2011 (Jan) - New York Times Travel Video
POST FROM ART-O-MAT -- Matt Larson [ ] gets "art-o-vended" in Key West. NOTE: check the 2:00 min mark. Sarah Wildman from the NY Times - 36 hours in Key West
2010 (Sept) - INTERVIEW
Interview with Matt Larson on the Art-O-Matt Project
2010 (Aug) - Release of Blurb Book
The Polaroid Project RELEASED -- Today I released my first self-published book, The Polaroid Project. Check it out on Blurb.
2010 (Apr-Aug) - Museum of Florida Art, Florida Biennial V
Every other year the Museum of Florida Art features a juried exhibit open to all artists working in all mediums from across Florida. This is an opportunity for many artists to showcase new work and to experience innovative efforts by others. 2010 Juror: Mark Ormond with over 25 years of experience, has edited and authored publications and curated exhibitions by many significant contemporary artists including Joel Shapiro, Robert Rauschenberg, Francesco Clemente, Robert Thiele, David E. Davis, Jim Couper and Yayoi Kusama. http://www.museumoffloridaart.
2010 FEB - Polaroid Book Coming Soon
In the process of producing a Blurb book and I hope to have it done by end of February.
2010 - JAN Art-O-Mat Project
December 2009--Sent my first shipment off to Art-O-Mat and therefore will soon be featured in their machines. More to come. Greengirl27 said: I am the recipient of the art-o-mat object in the top right hand corner--the statue of a woman! I got it out of the art machine in St. Louis, MO! How awesome! Thanks for the lovely work! NOTE: Heard the "Polk Museum of Art" in Lakeland, Florida has my work in their machines.
2008 - Film Lingual 11
C. Emerson Fine Arts, Film Lingual II, St. Petersburg, FL http://www.c-emersonfinearts.c
2005 - Two-person Exhibition
The Arts Center, St. Petersburg, FL By LENNIE BENNETT; Published December 16, 2004 Need a respite from all that tinsel and a color palette limited to red and green? Visit the Arts Center, 719 Central Ave., St. Petersburg for "Fixed in Time: The Photography of Rebecca Sexton Larson and Matt Larson." The couple do not work as a team; their very different stylistic approaches to the medium are obvious. They have in common an experimental technical approach, using back-to-the-basics equipment - she a pinhole camera, he a simple toy one - that gives their work, individual as it is, a shared freshness and directness. Both are narrative artists though Matt Larson's photographs (Fragile is above, left) are more straightforward; Rebecca Sexton Larson (whose Bird That Flutters is above, right) paints and draws on hers. The overall effect from both is evocative. Have a seat and slow down.
2001 - Tampa Review 21
Featured Artist, University of Tampa Literary Magazine, Tampa, FL