Solo exhibitions

2014    "Medium", Ana Cristea Gallery, New York
2012    Feature, Inc.
2006    “Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark,” Feature Inc., New York
2004    Acuna Hansen Gallery, Los Angeles
    Feature Inc., New York
2002    Feature Inc., New York
1999     Artists Space, New York 

Group exhibitions

2017    POST-ELECTION, September Gallery, Hudson, NY
2016    FLAT FIX, curated by Ryan Elliott Steadman, Code Art Fair, Copenhagen
    Go Figure, Salve Regina University, Newport, Rhode Island
    “The Deeply Flawed Human”, collaboration with poet Nicole Callahan, Brooklyn, NY
2014    Brucennial, Bruce High Quality Foundation, New York, NY
    BLACK/WHITE, LaMontagne Gallery, Boston, Mass
    "Soccer Mom", curated by Danielle Tegeder, Lehman College, New York
    Summer Residency exhibition, DNA Gallery, Provincetown, MA
2013    "Chick Lit," Tracy Williams Gallery, New York
2012     “Intramurals,” curated by Chris Moss, AFA Gallery, Scranton, PA
2011    “bodybraingame,” curated by Hudson, Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago IL
    “So Different, So Appealing,” curated by Rachel Churner and Ryan Steadman, Gramercy Park Hotel, New York
2010    “New Paintings,” two-day exhibition curated by Renee Bovenzi, Staley/Wise Gallery, New York
    “Lush Life 3: First Bird (A Few Butterflies),” Invisible Exports, New York: curated by Franklin Evans     and Omar Lopez-Chahoud
2009    “After the Gold Rush, 106 Green, Brooklyn 
    “Populate This Form,” Feature Inc., New York
2007    “Just a Ghostly Paper Sigh,” 31 Grand Gallery, New York
    “True Faith,” Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, New York; curated by Paul Brainard
    “Les Fleurs du Mal,” Mary Goldman Gallery, Los Angeles; curated by Elizabeth Balogh
2006    “Somnambulist/Fabulist,” Francis Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery, Saratoga     Springs, NY 
    “Never Mind the Bollocks, Here’s Amanda Lear,” Envoy, New York
    “Regeneration Room,” LMAK projects, Brooklyn, NY; curated by Franklin Evans
    “Orchid Thief,” Sandra Gering Gallery, New York; curated by Augusto Arbizo
    “The Studio Visit,” Exit Art, New York
2005    “Charmed,” Lower East Side Girls Club, New York; curated by Michael St. John and Jason Duval
    “Greater New York 2005,” P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City, NY (catalogue)
    “Contemporary Erotic Drawing,” DiverseWorks, Houston; The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum,     Ridgefield, CT (catalogue)
2004    “Opposites,” Suite 106, New York
    “About Painting,” Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery, Skidmore College,     Saratoga Springs, NY (catalogue)
2003    “Lumpenedlyness,” Lump Gallery, Raleigh, NC; curated by Hudson
    “Noah’s Ark,” Islip Art Museum, Islip, NY
2002    “Miss World 1972,” Daniel Reich Gallery, New York
2001    “Running in flip–flops,” Feature Inc., New York
    “Mixed Pickle,” Celeste and Eliot Kunstsalon, Zürich
2000    “Aintings and Rawings,” Feature Inc., New York
    “Summer of Love,” Celeste and Eliot Kunstsalon, Zürich
    “Burglar,” Spencer Brownstone Gallery, New York; curated by Lizzie Balogh
    “2002,” M du B, F, H & g, Montreal
1999     “Millennium Show,” Celeste and Eliot Kunstsalon, Zürich
    “James Gobel, Gina Magid, Aaron Romine,” Kravets/Wehby Gallery, New York
1998    “Sissy Bar,” Spencer Brownstone, New York; curated by Lizzie Balogh


Selected Bibliography

2014     http://modernnyc.com/gina_magid_ana_cristea_gallery.html#.VInFu8u9KK2
2013    http://www.artslant.com/ny/artists/rackroom/1616-gina-magid
    Interview with Bradley Rubenstein
2012    www.refinery29.com/foleyandcorinna Painting featured in home of Anna Corinna
    Vellum magazine-feature with full color painting reproductions
2010    Cotter, Holland. “Lower East Side Tale, Refracted Nine Times,” New York Times, Weekend Arts, 8     July 2010 (reproduction);  HYPERLINK "http://www.nytimes.com/2010/07/09/arts/design/09lush.html?scp=1&sq=Lush%20life,%20holland%20cotter&st=cse" http://www.nytimes.com/2010/07/09/arts/design/09lush.html?scp=1&sq=Lush%20life,%20holland%20cotter&st=cse (accessed 27 July 2010)
2007    Untitled publication, no. 1 (Spring), Feature Inc., New York (reproductions)
    Frank, Peter. “Les Fleurs du Mal, Paper Bombs,” Art Pick, LA Weekly, 18 April
    Wolin, Joseph R. Review of “True Faith,” Time Out New York, 9–15 August, 66
2006    Goings On About Town, New Yorker, 15 May
2005    Greater New York 2005, exhibition catalogue, P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City,     New York, 230–231
    Andrews, Betsy. “Getting Ourselves Back to the Garden,” Gay City News, 28 April–4 May,      HYPERLINK "http://gaycitynews.com/site/index.cfm?newsid=17006821&BRD=2729&PAG=461&dept_id=568864&rfi=8" http://gaycitynews.com/site/index.cfm?newsid=17006821&BRD=2729&PAG=461&dept_id=568864&rfi=8 (accessed 13 October, 2006)
    Plocek, Keith. “The Art of Sex,” Houston Press, 17–23 February
    Sozanski, Edward. Review of “Greater New York,” Philadelphia Inquirer, March
2004    Church, Amanda. Review, Flash Art, March/April, 62
2003    “Gina Magid + Bradley Rubenstein” (interview), Artkrush.com
2002    Borschke, Margie. “Look & Love,” Harpers & Queen, November, 58  (reproduction)
    Cotter, Holland. Review, New York Times, 17 May, E35
2001    Cotter, Holland. “Miss World 1972,” New York Times, 28 December
1999     Cotter, Holland. New York Times, Art Guide, 2 April
1998    Hamburger, Susan. “Where the Girls Are,” Waterfront Week, July
    MacLeod, Chris. “Ladies’ Choice,” The Resident, July 
    Schjeldahl, Peter. “No Big Deal,” Village Voice, August


Awards and Residencies

2018     AIR Carrizozo, New Mexico
2014    Vermont Studio Center
2004    MacDowell Colony, Peterborough, NH
2003    John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation fellowship
2000    Ucross Foundation, Ucross, WY
1998     Vermont Studio Center







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