Being perhaps better known as an independent critic and curator, Christopher Miles has organized a number of award-winning exhibitions over the last 15 years including Thing:  New Sculpture from Los Angeles, organized by the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles and L.A. Invisible City (exhibition of work by nine Los Angeles artists), Instituto Cervantes, Madrid, February, 2010.  Since 2010 his mixed media sculptures have been included in multiple exhibitions in Southern California, including a recent solo exhibition at the Pasadena Museum of California Art.

"My recent studio practice is tied to my ongoing interest in sculpture as constructed form and an equally ongoing interest in the expressive potential of sculpture.  The work seeks to bridge between anthropomorphic suggestion, visceral presence, and heavily gestural, abstract form."  Christopher Miles

"Christoper Miles's biomorphic sculptures have life, one that's visible in the marks, dents, and patterns that inform their surfaces.  Bridging humor and the grotesque, they speak to the aesthetics of painterly abstraction and trash art, with an awkward beauty that tips over into elegance."  Kathleen Whitney, Sculpture Magazine