Los Angeles, USA



School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Post-Baccalaureate in Painting
University of California at Berkeley, BA with Honors, International Relations
Academy of Fine Arts, Bologna, Italy
University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy
University for Foreigners, Siena, Italy

Solo Exhibitions

2016-2017 Show Joan, JOAN, Los Angeles
2016 4 Square, The Strongroom at Iko Iko, Los Angeles
2015 Abecedarian, Commonwealth and Council, Los Angeles
2013 MAKE NO SHIBBOLETH, The Impermanent Collection, Los Angeles
2013 Heads, James Harris Gallery, Seattle
2008 Body of Work, The Happy Lion, Los Angeles
2005 First Solo, The Happy Lion, Los Angeles

Selected Group Exhibitions

2020 The Magic Hour No. 6, Antonia Kuo, Rachelle Rojany, Tanya Brodsky, The Magic Hour, 29 Palms, CA
2017 Conduction, Fellows of Contemporary Art (FOCA), Los Angeles, CA
2016 Quarry, Baik Art, Los Angeles, CA
2015 Biomythography, California Lutheran University, Thousand Oaks, CA
2015 Up To & Including the Horizon, Ochi Projects, Los Angeles, CA
2015 LadyGirlyFemale, Hammock Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2014 Finding a Form, PØST, Los Angeles, CA
2014 Biomythography, East and Peggy Phelps Galleries, Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, CA
2014 One Night Black and White, Alexandra Grant, Alexander Kroll, Emily Marchand, Jane Parshall, Rachelle Rojany, Marty Schnapf, Susan Silton, Cammie Staros, Tam Van Tran, Shirley Tse, PØST, Los Angeles, CA
2014 Artists’ Books and Cookies, Ooga Twooga, Los Angeles, CA
2014 Greece, Heyward Hart, Olga Koumoundouros, Gala Porras-Kim, Neal Rock, Rachelle Rojany, Long Beach City College Art Gallery, Long Beach
2013 Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Art Basel Miami Beach, Miami, FL
2013 Margin Release Right, West LA College, Los Angeles
2012 Echo of Echo, Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Santa Monica
2007 Home/Office Landscapes, Guggenheim Gallery, Chapman University, Pomona
2007 Exquisite Crisis & Encounters, curated by Yong Soon Min, Asian/Pacific/American Institute at New York University, New York, with brochure
2006 KLF, Koeln, Liepzig, Frankfurt, Part I, I-20, New York
2006 Sight Lines, Patrick Lakey, Rachelle Rojany, Monique van Genderen, Brian Wills, Galerie Michael Janssen, Cologne, Germany
2006 Triply, Rachel Beth Egenhoefer, Sarah Morris, Rachelle Rojany, Overtones, Los Angeles
2004 Sight Lines, Patrick Lakey, Rachelle Rojany, Brian Wills, The Happy Lion, Los Angeles
2004 scopeCircle, curated by –scopeCircle Committee for Emerging Art, Christie’s, Beverly Hills
2004 Pulp, curated by Carl Berg, Cypress College, Los Angeles
2004 Painting by Letters, curated by Eve Wood, Cirrus Gallery, Los Angeles
2003 Tinseltown, Domestic Setting, Los Angeles
2003 All Media 2003, curated by Kristina Newhouse, Irvine Fine Arts Center, Irvine
2001 LA, CA, Newspace Gallery, Los Angeles
2000 Transit@aero, curated by Leonardo Bravo, Aero, Los Angeles
2000 The Drawing Room, Gallery 207, Los Angeles
1999 Comme C’est Beau!!!, Gallery 207, Los Angeles
1998 One Night Stand 6, Farmer’s Daughter Motel, Los Angeles

Selected Bibliography

2020 Hyperallergic, “Artists Quarantine With Their Art Collections,” by N Choksi, July 18
2018 Yearsbook1, Artist Book
2018 “Poem for Neha’s Dismantling,” in Dismantling. Los Angeles: Hesse Press, 2018, p17-19
2017 Conduction, by Lynne Berman, Fellows of Contemporary Art (FOCA)
2016 ABC, Artist Book
2015 The Parkfield Review #5, by General Sir David Richards and Geoff Tuck. Los Angeles: Insert Blanc Press
2015 LadyGirlyFemale, “Rachelle Rojany,” by Katie Bode, p21
2015, “Q&A Rachelle Rojany,” by Pauli Ochi, July 21
2015 LA Weekly, “5 Art Shows You Should See in LA this Week,” by Catherine Wagley, June 17
2013 LA Weekly, “5 Artsy Things To Do,” by Catherine Wagley, October 30
2013 The Huffington Post, “Inside the Artist’s Studio, Vol. V,” by Gordy Grundy, October 29
2008 THE Magazine, “Rachelle Rojany: Body of Work,” by Judith Hoffberg, September
2008, “Body of Work,” by Georgia Fee, May 31
2006 Flash Art, “Dictionary of Los Angeles Artists,” by Sonia Capagnola, January-February
2005 Los Angeles Times review, “Minimalism, with some eccentricity,” by Christopher Knight, November 25
2005 Kolner Stadt-Anzeiger, “Neues von der Westkunste,” by Claudia Funke, March 17
2004 Artweek, “Sight Lines at The Happy Lion,” by Thomas McGovern, September
2004 Coagula, “Emerging Venuses, Emerging Geniuses; Three L.A. Sculptors Reviewed,” by Stephanie Du Tan, August
2004 Los Angeles Times review, “Extending off into the horizon,” by Holly Myers, June 18
2003 Los Angeles Times review, “A Game of Show and Tell,” by Christopher Knight, Nov 21
2001 Faultline Journal of Art and Literature, University of California Press Vol X p127-132
1999 Vermont Studio Center Liao Ning Fine Arts Publishing House p56-61

Residencies, Awards, Teaching

2020-2021 Corkins Exchange Covid Residency, New Mexico
2016 Rema Hort Mann ACE Prize
2016 CalArts Spring Practicum
2014 Creative Capacity Fund Quick Grant Award
2004 Schinkel Progressive Residency Award at Zentralbuero Berlin, Germany, June-September
2002 Bemis Center for Contemporary Art Residency Award, Omaha, Nebraska, February-April
2001 SDS Materials Grant
1999 Vermont Studio Center Full Fellowship, Johnson, Vermont, Summer
1997 Vermont Studio Center Artist’s Grant, Johnson, Vermont, Fall
1993 Yale Book Award

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