Archie Scott Gobber

Archie Scott Gobber Repeats Himself: A Survey of Works 1990-2012

Daum Museum of Contemporary Art
Sedalia, MO

Feb. 9 - May. 26, 2013




"What i meant to say"
archie scott gobber

Marty Walker Gallery
Dallas, TX

Nov. 17 - Dec. 22, 2012

Marty Walker Gallery is pleased to present What I Meant to Say, new works by Kansas City artist Archie Scott Gobber.


"Prepared: Strategies for Activists"
A project by Chen Shaoxiong

Spencer Museum of Art
Lawrence, KS.

April 11th - July 22nd, 2012

Featuring works by: Bullet Space, Andre Devambez, Lesbia Vent Dumois, Archie Scott Gobber, Guerrilla Girls, Lewis Wickes Hine, Hugo Kaagman, Michael Krueger, Alex Lukas, Josh MacPhee, Lee Neary, Sean O’Neil, Marion Palfi, Alexander Rodchenko, Arthur S. Siegel, Andy Warhol, Dan Wynn.


"I Aim Too High" - Group Exhibition - DOLPHIN

Kansas City, MO.

February 17th - April 7th, 2012

Featuring works by: Anthony Baab, Laura Berman, Robert Bingaman, James Brinsfield, Mike Erickson, Archie Scott Gobber, Tom Gregg, Chris Johanson, Wilbur Niewald, Lee Piechocki, Eric Sall, Aaron Storck, Matt Wycoff, Andrzej Zielinski.


2011 Allied Arts & Craftsmanship Award Recipients
Art Honor Award

Missouri Bank - "Dream" Installation
Architect: Helix Architecture + Design
Artist: Archie Scott Gobber

Owner: Grant Burcham, Missouri Bank

MO Bank, Brookside
AtA Project Commision


hallmark - visiting artists Lecture Series
daniel dove and archie scott gobber

November 1, 2011 10:00am
Hallmark Corporate Headquarters
2552 Gilliam Rd., Kansas City, MO

Hallmark Art Collection
Kansas City, MO


America: Now and Here - Discussion
brown bag lunch & learn

Wednesday May 18, 2011
12:00 noon - 2:00pm

Leedy-Voulkos Art Center
2012 Baltimore Avenue


America: here and now

Leedy-Voulkos Art Center
2012 Baltimore Avenue
Kansas City, MO.

May 6th - May. 28th, 2011
Alice Thorson"ANH: Art Project to Launch in KC"


Nerman Museum - Present
Recent acquisitons

February 25, 2011 - May 8, 2011
opening reception: Friday, February 25, 2011
6:00pm - 8:00pm

Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art
Overland Park, KS


2010 Review Studios Group Show

Review Studios Exhibition Space
Kansas City, MO.

December 10th - Feb. 12th, 2011

Featuring works by: Andrea Flamini, Archie Scott Gobber, Barry Anderson, Beniah Leuschke, Colby K. Smith, Davin Watne, Diana Heise, James Woodfill, Julie Farstad, Marcie Miller Gross, May Tveit, Peter Warren, Warren Rosser.


"Super power" - Solo Exhibition - DOLPHIN

Kansas City, MO.

November 12th - January 8th, 2011

This is Archie Scott Gobber's first solo exhibition with the DOLPHIN since 2004.


"In the Moment"

The Carter Art Center Gallery
MCC-Penn Valley
Kansas City, MO

Nov. 5th - December 11th, 2010

“In the Moment,” an exhibition of work by a cross-generational selection of KCAI alumni, will be on view Nov. 5 through Dec. 11. Heather Lustfeldt, an independent curator, is curating this exhibition.


"POP" - A group exhibition.

Lawrence Arts Center
Lawrence, KS.

July 23rd - August 20th, 2010

Featuring works by: Kendra Marable, Archie Scott Gobber, Dan Anderson, Kristin Moreland, Jamie Warren, Alison Filley, Jeff Eaton, Jeremy Rockwell and Joelle Ford


Identity Based Vertigo

Walter Maciel Gallery
Pacific Design Center

May 20th - June 25th, 2010

Featuring works by: John Bankston, Rebeca Bollinger, James Buckhouse, Margarita Cabrera, Carolyn Castano, Freddy Chandra, Andrea Cohen, Oscar Cueto, Archie Scott Gobber, Cynthia Ona Innis, John Jurayj, Hung Liu, Maria E. Pineres, Robb Putnam, Frank Ryan, Lisa Solomon and Jil Weinstock



MO Bank, Brookside
AtA Project Commision

Site-specific commission completed

Gobber’s installation animates one long wall of Missouri Bank’s new vehicular drive-thru, which runs straight
through the center of the building. It features large-scale, hand-painted aluminum letters (each approx 93”x84”) spelling "DREAM," which float off of a brightly painted, horizontally-striped background spanning the length of the drive-thru, some 90 feet long.


AtA - Art Through Architecture + AIA - kansas city and Charolotte Street Foundation

Tracking Gold-level Art Achievement and incorporating a major commissioned work by Archie Scott Gobber, is currently underway. 

AtA is a partnership between American Institute of Architects-Kansas City and the Charlotte Street Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to artists in Kansas City.

Visit the following links for more information about these projects as it becomes available:.


WORD featuring Archie Scott Gobber,
Christopher Leitch & Jim Sajovic

Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art

September 11 - Nov. 20, 2009
opening reception: Sept. 11, 6 - 9 pm

Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art
Overland Park, KS


Laugh It Off, Curated by Jane Scott
Walter maciel gallery

July 11 - Aug 22, 2009

Walter Maciel Gallery
Los Angeles, CA


Censor Approved

July 10 - Aug 29, 2009

Kansas City, MO


InFocus: Archie Scott Gobber
Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art

Saturday, April 11th, 2009
2:00–3:00 p.m.

Idyllic or imaginary places, state of mind, nirvana, heaven, or the afterlife: all are various concepts in how individuals define the idea of utopia. Best known for his satirical word art, Archie Scott Gobber, will discuss his work entitled In Loving Memory of You (2007–08) as the signature work for a group exhibition in which the grand nature of utopia is explored

Kemper Museum
Kansas City, MO


Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art

In Loving Memory of You
Curated by Chris Cook
March 6 - April 26th, 2009

Kemper Museum
Kansas City, MO


Review Studios Exhibition Space

Archie Scott Gobber Is Better Off Now

March 13 - April 17th, 2009
Opening Reception: Friday, March 13, 6-9 pm

Review Studios Exhibition Space
Kansas City, MO


Marty Walker Gallery, Dallas, TX

there's something I've been meaning to tell you…

FEBRUARY 21 - MARCH 21, 2009
Opening Reception: Saturday, February 21, 6-8 pm

Marty Walker Gallery presents a compelling contemporary survey of emerging and mid-career artists utilizing text as a means of visual and conceptual communication. Work by Mark Flood, Thomas Fuelmer, Archie Scott Gobber, Alexandra Grant,Mickey Smith, and Wayne White.