Gabby Rosenberg - CV +Bio

Gabby Rosenberg (born 1992, Chicago) received an MFA from the California Institute of the Arts, Valencia (2018), and a BA from Hampshire College (2014). Rosenberg has had solo exhibitions Steve Turner, Los Angeles (2019), and the California Institute of the Arts, Valencia (2018). Her work has been included in group exhibitions including Steve Turner, Los Angeles (2019), the Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco (2019), ICA LA, Los Angeles (2018), The Box Gallery, Los Angeles (2018), the California Institute of the Arts, Valencia  (2017), Greenpoint Gallery, Brooklyn (2015), and Columbia University, New York (2014).


Born 1992, Chicago
Lives and works in Los Angeles

Education

2018 MFA, California Institute of the Arts, Valencia
2016 Vermont Studio Center, Johnson
2014 Columbia University Painting Intensive, New York
BA, Hampshire College, Amherst

Solo Exhibitions 

2019
Night Pockets, Steve Turner, Los Angeles

2018
Marrow, Thesis Exhibition, California Institute of the Arts, Valencia

2017
Meat Cream, Mid-Residency Exhibition, California Institute of the Arts, Valencia

2014
Her First Lie Was Pink, Senior Thesis Show, Hampshire College, Amherst

Group Exhibitions

2020
Art Brussels with Steve Turner (Upcoming)

2019
Untitled Art Fair with Steve Turner, Miami Beach
Surface Tension, Steve Turner, Los Angeles
Show Me as I Want to Be Seen, Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco

2018
INCOGNITO, ICA LA, Los Angeles
Rattlesnake Bells In The Desert, The Box Gallery, Los Angeles
Imagine Exhibition, Imagine Entertainment, Beverly Hills

2017
MFA Group Show, California Institute of the Arts, Valencia

2016
NEED A SHOW FOR THIS TITLE, California Institute of the Arts, Valencia

2015
Queer WAH, Williamsburg Art & Historical Center, Brooklyn
Grand Salon Show, Greenpoint Gallery, Brooklyn
Window Display, Jerry’s, New York
Art by America, The Art House Chicago, Chicago

2014
Undergraduate Artist Invitational, The Loft Parlor, East Hampton
Columbia University Painting Intensive, Columbia University, New York
Five II, Five College Art Exhibition, Mount Holyoke College, Hadley
Five, Five College Art Exhibition, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

2013
LGBT Art Show, The Dalloway, New York

Selected Bibliography

2019
Hotchkiss, Sarah. “The Do List: ‘Beneath This Mask, Another Mask’: Identity is Unfixed in CJM’s ‘Show
Me’”, KQED Arts, February 12.
Miller, Robert Nagler. “The many selves of gender-bending artist and Nazi resister Claude Cahun”, The
Jewish News of Northern California, February 1.
Desmarais, Charles. “‘Show Me as I Want to be See’ examines artistic and gender identity”, San
Francisco Chronicle, Datebook, February 7.

Untitled Miami Beach

Sarah Ball, Lydia Blakeley, Jon Key, Gabby Rosenberg, David Shrobe, Brittany Tucker

December 3–8, 2019