Reflexive in character and often sited, Christopher K. Ho’s work examines the possibilities and parameters of advanced art today. His most recent solo exhibition, Et in Arcadia Ego at EDS GALERIA in Mexico City, approached making political art in today's uncertain context through the prism of Arcadia. Recently completed projects include Lesbian Mountains in Love at the Delaware Center for Contemporary Art, Busan 2020 for the Busan Biennial, and Monumental Compost Heap at MASS MoCA at the Berkshire Botanical Gardens. Upcoming exhibitions include Room without a View at the Freies Museum in Berlin, Seedlings at the Dallas Contemporary Art Center, and Intagible Interferences at Momenta Art in New York.  Currently, he is spending a year living in a small shed covered in license plates in a Colorado mountain town making real art (whatever that may be). The sojourn, and its results, will form the substance of his next solo exhibition, Regional Painting, opening November 18, 2010 at Winkleman Gallery in New York. He received his B.F.A. and B.S. from Cornell University and his M.Phil from Columbia University.