Adriana Farmiga (//; born July 17, 1974) is an American visual artist, curator, and professor based in New York City. She serves as a programming advisor for the non-profit La Mama Gallery in the East Village, and is the current Associate Dean at Cooper Union School of Art.
|Born||July 17, 1974|
Rosendale, New York, U.S.
Farmiga was born and raised in a small Ukrainian community in Rosendale, New York. Her paternal first cousins are actresses Vera Farmiga and Taissa Farmiga. She was educated at Cooper Union, graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1996. Farmiga went on to study at the Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts at Bard College, where she was taught by the late installation artist Maryanne Amacher; she received her Master of Fine Arts degree from Bard in 2004.
Farmiga began teaching at Temple University's Tyler School of Art and at her alma mater Cooper Union. Additionally, she served as a visiting lecturer at the Rhode Island School of Design in 2013. In October 2017, Farmiga was appointed to the position of Assistant Dean at Cooper Union School of Art.
Farmiga has displayed her artwork at many solo exhibitions, including objects (2001) in New Orleans, 'Scape (2006) in Miami, and Versus (2012) in New York. In 2004, Farmiga was among a group of artists displaying their work in the exhibition The Reality of Things at Triple Candie in Harlem. In 2008, she received the Emerging Artist Fellowship from Socrates Sculpture Park.
In 2011, Farmiga worked as a curator and artist for her cousin Vera Farmiga's directorial debut film Higher Ground. That same year, her work appeared in Thisorganized, a group exhibit curated by painter Hope Gangloff, which was displayed at the Susan Inglett Gallery. In 2013, Farmiga was part of the Screen Play exhibition at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art in New Paltz. The following year, she was one of 16 artists chosen, from over 320 applicants, to display her work in the Worlds of Wonder exhibition, also shown at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art.
In December 2016, Farmiga's work as part of CIM began showing at the Ukrainian Museum, where it was exhibited until September 2017. From January to February 2017, her work as part of Abandoned Luncheonette was exhibited at the Jeff Bailey Gallery in Hudson, New York. In April 2018, it was announced that Farmiga was one of twelve visual artists whom had been granted a summer fellowship at the MacDowell Colony.
|2001||objects||Marguerite Oestreicher Gallery|
|2008||44/55||La Mama Gallery|
|2009||lives||Newman Popiashvili Gallery|
|2012||Versus||La Mama Gallery|
|2014||Still Life||La Mama Gallery|
|2015||Suite for Pong||New Media Gallery|
|2017||HA HA FRESH||La Mama Gallery|
|2017||Blue Hour||Marisa Newman Projects|
|2001||Under the Influence||Contemporary Arts Center|
|2004||Serralves Casa Project||Serralves Museum|
|2004||Gallery Exchange: Placemaker||Guild & Greyshkul Gallery|
|2004||Shelters||Byrdcliffe Arts Colony|
|2004||The Reality of Things||Triple Candie|
|2004||ache||La Mama Gallery|
|2005||Something is Somewhere||Monya Rowe Gallery|
|2005||Red White and Blue||Spencer Brownstone Gallery|
|2006||Speed Limit||Lower Manhattan Cultural Center|
|2006||The Tupperware Party||Spinello Gallery|
|2006||At Hand||Lower Manhattan Cultural Center|
|2006||Spiral Huset||Tensta Konsthall|
|2007||Free Frisbee||Cirrus Gallery & Cavalier Hotel|
|2007||Smash and Grab||Locust Projects|
|2007||Red Badge of Courage||Newark Arts Council|
|2007||Dream of Today||Steve Turner Contemporary|
|2008||Brucennial||Bruce High Quality Foundation|
|2008||intransit||Moti Hasson Gallery|
|2008||Where Are We||Pearl Gallery|
|2008||Art Crush||Jenny Jaskey Gallery|
|2008||Zig Zag||Hariyat Karakov Gallery|
|2008||Without Walls||Museum 52|
|2009||Beauty Underfoot||Smack Mellon|
|2009||Unmistakable||HERE Arts Center|
|2009||The Armory Show||Socrates Sculpture Park|
|2010||Made in Rosendale||Roos Arts Gallery|
|2011||Pretty Vacant||Brooklyn, New York|
|2011||Thisorganized||Susan Inglett Gallery|
|2012||Graphomania||Geoffrey Young Gallery|
|2013||Almanac||Newman Popiashvili Gallery|
|2013||Eight Ball||Geoffrey Young Gallery|
|2013||Our Backyard||Roos Arts Gallery|
|2013||Screen Play||Samuel Dorsky Museum|
|2014||Worlds of Wonder||Samuel Dorsky Museum|
|2014||Autumn/Flat Light Through An Open Door||Dumbo Arts Festival|
|2016||Dress the Form||Derek Eller Gallery|
|2016||Spirits in the Material World||Prizm Art Fair|
|2017||Abandoned Luncheonette||Jeff Bailey Gallery|
|2017||Whitney Houston Biennial||New York City, New York|
|2017||Supreme Friction||Geoffrey Young Gallery|
|2017||Rally in the Valley||Instar Lodge and September Gallery|
|2017||The Transphysics We Knew About...||Prizm Art Fair|
|2018||Indeterminacy||Koenig & Clinton Gallery|
|2018||NADA New York||La Mama Gallery|
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- Levy, Alison (September 21, 2008). "EAF08 at Socrates". ArtSlant.
- "Thisorganized Exhibition". Tetraktsymag. September 8, 2011.
- "Screen Play: Hudson Valley Artists 2013 opens at Dorsky Museum on June 22". State University of New York at New Paltz. April 30, 2013.
- "Worlds of Wonder: Hudson Valley Artists 2014 opens with public reception at The Dorsky on June 21". State University of New York at New Paltz. May 12, 2014.
- "Works by seven contemporary artists at The Ukrainian Museum". The Ukrainian Weekly. December 9, 2016.
- "'Abandoned Luncheonette' at Jeff Bailey Gallery, New York". Blouin Artinfo. January 9, 2017.
- Russeth, Andrew (April 23, 2018). "2018 MacDowell Fellows Include Nayland Blake, Dawn Clements, Tod Lippy, Clifford Owens, Many More". ARTnews.