Born 1971, Silver Spring, Maryland, USA

BFA, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, USA

Paul Weil is an artist based in New York who focuses on painting, illustration, and rock music whose ideas arise from disparate inspiration including metaphysical naturalism, collective actualization, memes, mirages, simultaneity, anthropology, role playing, symbology, cyclic history, and faith in the futility of attempting to separate oneself from Universal singularity.

GROUP EXHIBITIONS
The Weather Diaries, CODA Museum, Apeldoorn, Netherlands, 2016
Duplicate. Until Response., Hooloon Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2015
The Weather Diaries, Museum Angewandte Kunst Frankfurt, Germany, 2014
Initial Public Offering, Present Company, Brooklyn, New York, 2013
All Aboard Future, Secret Project Robot, Brooklyn, New York, 2009
NY2NO School at Blair Grocery Art Auction, ABC No Rio, New York, New York, 2008
Screams & Screens, Civilian Art Projects, Washington, DC, 2008
Opnunar Party, Smeklessa, Reykjavik, Iceland, 2006
Two for the Seesaw, Branch Gallery, Durham, North Carolina, 2005
We Could Be Heroes, Transformer Gallery, Washington, DC, 2005
Masters at Play, District of Columbia Arts Center, Washington, DC, 1999
Spring Collection, MOCA, Washington, DC, 1999
Big America, LIPA Gallery, Washington, DC, 1999

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
Lynchburg College Art Gallery, USA

PUBLISHED WORK IN BOOKS
The Starving Artist's Survival Guide, Simon Spotlight Entertainment
The Weather Diaries by Cooper & Gorfer, Published by Die Gestalten Verlag
Building a Better Robot: 10 Years of the Mr. Roboto Project, TheRobotoProject.org
Seroiusly by Erez Sabag, Erez Sabag Photography

PUBLISHED WORK IN PERIODICALS
Ginza, Issue 236 (Tokyo)
Crash, Volume 33 (Paris)
K48, No. 5 (New York)
Attachment, Volume 02 (Tokyo)
The Fader, Number 21 (New York)

BIBLIOGRAPHY
Milena Selkirk, "Getting Your Money's Worth," Dazed & Confused
Thomas Schenk, "An Individual Stamp," Italian Vogue
Willy Vanderperre, "Summer Collections," Another Magazine
Sarah Lewitinn, "Lead Singers," Spin Roger Deckker, "The Wanted," Self Service, No. 18
Molly Schnick, "Planet of . . .", The Fader
Chris Klimek, "Screams & Screens," The DC Examiner
Jessica Dawson, "War in the East, War in the West," The Washington Post