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Alicia Marie Gibson
Queens NY US
Updated: 2021-07-07 17:59:35


Alicia Gibson
b. Manhasset, NY
Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY

2009 MFA, Hunter College, New York, NY
2004 Post-Baccalaureate Degree, The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA 2002 BA, Boston College, Newton, MA
2001 Pont-Aven School of Art, Brittany, France – sponsored by RISD

Solo Exibitions

Friend from Foe, Loyal, Stockholm, Sweden
Back Seat Bingo, Marvin Gardens, Brooklyn, NY
Not in a Million Beers, Real Estate Fine Art, Brooklyn, NY 2016 Purgatory Emporium, 

Purgatory Emporium, Canada Gallery, New York, NY
Flip the Script turn the Tide, Julius Ceasar Gallery, Chicago, IL

Select Group Shows 

There’s Something About Painting, Tatjana Pieters Gallery, Ghent, Belgium, curated by Michael Pybus
Someone’s Happy, MX Gallery, New York, NY
Go Away Road, LOYAL Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden, curated by Adrianne Rubenstein
A Fairly Secret Army, Wild Palms, Dusseldorf, Germany, curated by Paul Whiting

Mixed Bag, Real Estate Fine Art, Brooklyn, NY 
Shadowboxing, Lane Meyer Gallery, Denver, CO
Actually Weird, Underdonk, Brooklyn, NY
NADA, through Loyal Gallery, New York, NY

First Ever and Only East Hampton Biennial, East Hampton, NY
Crunch, The Breeder, Athens, Greece
Alicia Gibson, Jennifer Levonian, Bruce M. Sherman, Adams and Ollman, Portland, OR

Fort Greene, Venus Over LA, Los Angeles, CA
No Boys Allowed, Carroll and Sons Gallery, Boston, MA
X, Lyles and King, New York, NY
Future Development #2, David Petersen Gallery, Minneapolis, MN
Hill of Munch, Rachel Uffner Gallery, New York, NY 
Freize Art Fair through Canada Gallery, New York, NY

Drops of Jupiter, Bannerette Gallery, Brooklyn, NY 
Trust Fall, Spring/Break Art Show, New York, NY
Ornamenting Crime, Zurcher Gallery, New York, NY

Paradise Sauna, TSA LA, Los Angeles, CA
My Heart is Empty, The Hills Esthetic Center, Chicago, IL
How the Light Gets In, Brian Morris Gallery, New York, NY

William DeLottie, Alicia Gibson, Adrianne Rubenstein, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY
Snail Salon, Regina Rex Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Invincible Host, Underdonk Gallery, Brooklyn, NY 

Joey, The Active Space, curated by Gina Beavers, Brooklyn, NY

The Unfunny Show, Small Black Door, Ridgewood, NY

Fracture: Divisions in Painting, Dorsch Gallery, Miami, FL
All Suffering Soon to End!, Callicoon Fine Arts, Callicoon, NY
Far Out, Apartment Show, Brooklyn, NY

The Sugar Show, Newman Popiashvili Gallery, New York, NY

Global Pop, Mills Gallery, Boston, MA

Paper Awesome, Pigman Gallery, San Francisco, CA

8th Annual Drawing Show, Mills Gallery, Boston, MA 
Drawing Project, Bernard Toale Gallery, Boston, MA


Frieze Magazine, editorial by Johan Deurell, March 

Art F City an Interview

2016, Consumer Reports: Alicia Gibson, introduction by John Chiaverina
New York Times, The Lower Eastside is the New Hotspot by Roberta SmithFrontrunner Magazine, Interperating Memories Through Kitsch, Satire, and Paint MOMUS The Fuck-em Sex and Class Reversals of Alicia Gibson by Mitch Speed

Pencil in the Studio by Maria Calandra
Hyperallergic  More Now Than Then When Art Reaches Back by Thomas Micchelli

Art Blog Art Blog by Joshua Abelow 

Art Papers, Too Big to Fail: Big Paintings by Mimi Luse, January/February

Boston Globe, In These Paintings Imagination and Technique Run Wild by Cate McQuaid