MARK COOPER is an internationally recognized artist known for large-scale and site-specific installations. His commissions and grants vary from Boston Medical Center, Artist Fellowships through the Massachusetts Cultural Council (2011, 2017), a Gund Travel Grant (Japan and Korea), and an Open Society Fellowship among others. In 2006 he authored Making Art Together through Beacon Press. In 2013, he was a Foster Prize Finalists at the Institute of Contemporary Art (Boston, MA) and included in New Blue and White at the Boston MFA.

     Mark Cooper had major exhibitions at the National Museum of Fine Arts Hanoi, Vietnam, (December 2015), the University of Fine Arts (Hanoi, Vietnam 2015), the Doris Duke Mansion Museum (2015), the Yuan Art Museum (Beijing, China 2016) the Kemper Museum , Kansas City (2016), and Lesley University in 2017. As well as the Whitney Museum at Philip Morris, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the Boston Institute of Contemporary Art, the Corcoran Museum, the Butler Institute of American Art, the Peabody Essex Museum, the DeCordova Museum, the City Museum of Paris, France, the Westlicht Museum in Vienna, Austria and in over one hundred individual and group international exhibitions.