Ghost of a Dream began their collaboration in 2007 after meeting at Rhode Island School of Design where they both received their Masters Degree (Was in Sculpture, 2004 an Eckstrom in Painting, 2005.) Among their most recent exhibitions they have participated in “State of the Art”, a traveling museum exhibition that has shown at the Crystal Bridges Museum, The Telfair Museum, Minneapolis Institute of Art, The Frist Center for the Visual Arts, The Mint Museum, and Dixon Gallery and Gardens. Ghost of a Dream recently had their first solo show in Los Angeles at CES Gallery, titled “A Devil to Pay”. Other recent exhibitions include “The Fair Housing Project”, which discusses the viability of the worlds art fair system, at Smack Mellon in Brooklyn New York, “Falling from Paradise” at The Satellite Show In Miami, FL, “A Good Run of Bad Luck” at Binghamton University in NY and“Gone the Sun” at Galerie Paris-Beijing in Paris, France.
Ghost of a Dream is represented by Galerie Paris Beijing, with whom they had a solo show in the Paris location in 2015, the location Brussels in 2013, and the Beijing location in 2010. The collaborative is also represented by Galleri Christoffer Egelund in Copenhagen. The collaborative has received the support of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, New York Foundation for the Arts, Joan Mitchell Foundation and Jerome Foundation and received the first annual Young Masters Art Prize in London, 2009. Ghost of a Dream has attended residencies in Berlin, Basel, Beijing, France, various cities around the United States including The Bemis Center, ISCP, Smack Mellon, Wassaic Project, and most recently the Joan Mitchel AIR in New Orleans. They co-founded their own residency in 2015 at Garda Lake in Italy titled ArtGarda, which is now going to exist as a traveling residency. Their work has been written about in publications such as The New York Times, Vogue Magazine, HyperAllergic, BlouinArtinfo, ArtFCity, W Magazine, Interview Magazine, World of Interiors, and has been featured on Good Morning America and VICE Art Talks.