Born: Venice, Florida, 1985
Resides: New York, New York
Education: Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts, Bard College (M.F.A., 2010); The Cooper Union (B.F.A., 2007)

Selected Solo Exhibitions


Vilma Gold, London. Kunstverein Munich.


"This Is Tomorrow," Annarumma Gallery, Naples, Italy.
"sandwich pedestrian mysticism sandwich sonata," Johann Koenig Gallery, Berlin.
"The Event," Grand Union, Birmingham, England.
"Fernando," Franklin Street Works, Stamford, Connecticut.
"Trisha Baga, Performative Screening," Electronic Arts Intermix, New York.
"Hasta Mañana," Greene Naftali Gallery, New York.
"14 & 15," The Lipstick Building, New York.
"The Great White Way Goes Black," Vilma Gold, London.
"Rectangle with the Sound of Its Own Making," The Fourth Wall at Vox Populi, Philadelphia.
"Alias," Bunker Sztuki, Contemporary Art Museum of Krakow, Poland.


"En el Barrio de Gavin Black through evas arche und der feminist," Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York.
"In the Company of," Housatonic Museum, Bridgeport, Connecticut.
"The Pursuer," Greene Naftali Gallery, New York.
"Greater New York Cinema Program," MoMA PS1, Queens.
"Beside Himself," Ditch Projects, Springfield, Oregon.
"Hardcorps: Movement Research Festival 2010," Center for Performance Research, Brooklyn.
"Alphabet Soup," The Creative Alliance, Baltimore.
"A Failed Entertainment: Selections from the Filmography of James O. Incandenza," The Leroy Neiman Gallery at Columbia University, New York.


"Adventures Close to Home," Anthology Film Archives, New York.
"Los Solos II," The Load of Fun Theater, Baltimore.
"The Fuzzy Set," LAXART, Los Angeles.
"Then and Now," LGBT Community Center, New York.


"Our Bodies, Our Selves," El Centro Cultural Montehermoso, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain.
"Betweeen Us . . . ," Leo Koenig Gallery, Andes, New York.
"Salad Days 3," Artists Space, New York.
"Intermission," Art in General, Audio in the Elevator Program, New York.


"Thank God for My Beautiful Black Locks of Golden Black Hair," Houghton Gallery, The Cooper Union, New York.

Selected Bibliography


Botti, Deborah J. "Strong Language Kicks Off Callicoon Gallery Season," Times Herald-Record (April 15).
"Critic's Pick," Time Out New York (July 14).
Rosales, Esperanz. "Nice to Meet You," Mousse (November).
Rutland, Beau. "Hasta Mañana," Artforum (October).


Johnson, Paddy. "NYC's Best Galleries and Unintended Artworks," (August 4).
"MoMA PS1 Presents GNY Video: 'Madonna y El Niño' by Trisha Baga," Flavorpill,
"Performance Art to Be Highlighted at HCC," Bridgeport Banner (February).
"This Week in New York," (August).
"Trisha Baga Performs at the Housatonic Museum of Art," (October 4).


Strousse, Allen. "Viral Video," (November 26).

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