Born: Manila, Philippines, 1971

Resides: Los Angeles, California

Education: Yale University (M.F.A., 2002); University of California, Berkeley (B.A., 1999)


Selected Exhibitions



"Survival Is Not Enough," Rodeo Gallery, Istanbul and London.

"The As-if Principle," Magazin4 Bregenzer Kunstverein, Bregenz, Austria.

"Organic Situation," Koenig & Clinton, New York.

"Ordinal (SW/NE)," Todd Madigan Gallery, California State University, Bakersfield.

"Move On . . . ! 100 years of Animation Art," Kunsthal KAdE, Amersfoort, Netherlands.



"Unwatchable Scenes and Other Unreliable Images . . . ," Public Fiction, Los Angeles.

"Janus," Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina Public Library, Saskatchewan, Canada.

"Mineral Monsters," 18th Street Arts Center, Santa Monica.

Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.

"Isabel Rosario Cooper Project," Koenig & Clinton, New York.



"Spectators, Rendered and Regulated," Koenig & Clinton, New York.

"Ulrik Heltoft and Miljohn Ruperto, Voynich Botanical Studies," Thomas Solomon Gallery, Los Angeles.

"Ulrik Heltoft and Miljohn Ruperto, Voynich Botanical Studies," Andersen's Contemporary Gallery, Copenhagen.

"Fly by Flora Wiegmann and Miljohn Ruperto," LAXART, Los Angeles.

"Made in L.A.," Hammer Museum, Los Angeles.



"Picture Industry (Goodbye to All That)," Regen Projects, Los Angeles.

"Isabel Rosario Cooper: A Work in Four Parts," Thomas Solomon Gallery @ Cottage Home, Los Angeles.



"Topaz," Martin Asbæk Gallery, Copenhagen.



"Migration Addicts," Shenzhen and Hong Kong Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture, Shenzhen, China.

"Transit Forces," National Museum, Poznan, Poland.

"Migration Addicts, Collateral Events," Venice Biennale.

"The California Files: Re-Viewing Side Effects of Cultural Memory," Wattis Institute, California College of the Arts, San Francisco.



"Julieta Aranda, Jay Chung + Q Takeki Maeda, Melik Ohanian, Jozef Robakowski, Miljohn Ruperto, Lawrence Weiner," Greengrassi, London.



"3rd Space Gallery," Quezon City, Manila.


Selected Bibliography



Vikram, Anuradha. "Making Monsters with Miljohn Ruperto and Aimée de Jongh," KCET-TV Los Angeles (September 11).

Robertson, Rebecca. "Photography at the Whitney Biennial: Hidden in Plain Sight," ARTnews (March).



Albrethsen, Pernille. "Ten Questions: Ulrik Heltoft," Kunstkritikk (June 6).

Beshty, Walead. Blind Spot (May).

Ollman, Leah. "Review: Elegant Photographic Fictions at Thomas Solomon," Los Angeles Times (May 17).



Wagley, Catherine. "Smoothing It All Out," Artvoices (August).

Fitzpatrick, Kyle. "Made in L.A.: Miljohn Ruperto, 47/60," Los Angeles, I'm Yours (May 18).



Moshayedi, Aram. "Work in Progress: Miljohn Ruperto/The Isabel Rosario Cooper Project," Bidoun (Spring).

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