Pilar Corrias

Tschabalala Self

Tschabalala Self

Tschabalala Self
Curriculum Vitae

Born 1990 in Harlem, United States
Lives and works in New York and New Haven


Hammer Projects: Tschabalala Self, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles – US
Tschabalala Self, Frye Art Museum, Seattle – US

Bodega Run, Yuz Museum, Shanghai – CN

Bodega Run, Pilar Corrias Gallery, London – UK
Tschabalala Self, Tramway, Glasgow – UK
Tschabalala Self, Parasol Unit Foundation for Contemporary Art, London – UK

Gut Feelings, Thierry Goldberg Gallery, New York – US
The Function, T293, Naples – IT

Tropicana, The Cabin, Los Angeles – US
Out of Body, Thierry Goldberg Gallery, New York – US
Head over Heels, Schur-Narula, Berlin – DE


Paint also known as Blood, Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw – PL
Show Me as I Want to Be Seen, Jewish Museum, San Francisco – US

Triple: Alex Bradley Cohen, Louis Fratino, and Tschabalala Self, University Art Museum,
Albany State University, Albany – US
Figure and Phantasy, Maximillian William, London – UK
The Beyond: Georgia O’Keefe & Contemporary Art, North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh – US
The Beyond: Georgia O’Keefe & Contemporary Art, New Britain Museum of American Art, New Britain – US
Mademoiselle, Le Centre Régional d’Art Contemporain OCCITANIE / Pyrénées-Méditerranée, Sète – FR
The Beyond: Georgia O’Keefe & Contemporary Art, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville – US

Engendered, Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles – US
Slip, Stems Gallery, Brussels – BE
Trigger: Gender as a Tool and a Weapon, New Museum, New York – US
Face to Face: Los Angeles Collects Portraiture, The California African American Museum, Los Angeles – US
From DADA to TA-DA, Fisher Parrish Gallery, New York – US
NSFW Female Gaze, The Museum of Sex, New York – US
All These Beautiful Ladies, Lewben Art Foundation – LT
A Screen of Flesh, Coma Gallery, Sydney – AU
Body Language, Company Gallery, New York – US
Tschabalala Self, Ellannah Sadkin, Mr Kiji, Red Bull House of Art, Detroit – US
Le Nouveau Voyeurisme, Hotel Contemporary, Milan – IT

Desire, Moore Building, Miami – US
Life During Wartime, Diane Rosenstein, Los Angeles – US
Protuberances, LAXART, Hollywood – US
Aiko Hachisuka, Tschalalaba Self, Caroline Wells Chandler, 11R, New York – US
Sexting, Kate Werble Gallery, New York – US
Perfect Day, Roberts & Tilton, Culver City – US
WACKing the Piñata, ltd los angeles, Los Angeles – US
A Being in The World, Salon 94 Bowery, New York – US 

Look up here, I’m in heaven, BRIC, New York – US
Intimisms, James Cohan, New York – US
Mal Maison, Maccarone, New York – US
A Shape That Stands Up, Art + Practice, Los Angeles – US
Intersections, Tensquared Gallery, Online show (http://www.tensquared.gallery/)
Arachne’s Woolf, Litvak Contemporary, Tel Aviv – US
New Genealogies, Yale School of Art Green Gallery, New Haven – US
Duplify, Kate Werble Gallery, New York – US

Berg Matthams Self & Weaver, Thierry Goldberg Gallery, New York – US
A Constellation, Studio Museum Harlem, curated by Amanda Hunt – US
The New New, Diane Rosenstein Gallery, Los Angeles – US
THATS ON ME, Paris Blues, curated by Lauren Halsey, New York – US
Yale MFA Painting and Printmaking Graduates 2015, Garis & Hahn, curated by David Humphrey, New York – US
2,015 But Who’s Counting, Yale School of Art Green Gallery, New Haven – US

13 Artists, 24/6 Gallery, New Haven – US
Swimming Pool, 24/6 Gallery, New Haven – US

For Ed: Splendor in the Grass with Olympic Lad & Lass, Yale School of Art Green Gallery, New Haven – US
Women Love the World, Launchpad, Brooklyn, NY – US
Encounters, Harlem School of the Arts, Harlem, NY – US

SUGGARHILL, Essie Green Galleries, Harlem, NY – US
Edge Control, UBS Exhibition Center, Red Hook, NY – US
NEO XL, Werehouse, Long Island City, NY – US

Radiant Minds, Queens Museum of Art, Queens, NY – US

Admission $2.00, Whitney at Altria, New York, NY – US


MFA in Painting/Printmaking, Yale School of Art, New Haven – US

BA in Studio Arts, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY – US


Tschabalala Self, Frye Art Museum, Seattle - US

The Studio Museum AIR Program, The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York – US

Joan Mitchell Foundation Award
Liquitex Work Residency, London – UK
Red Bull House of Art Residency, Detroit – US
Parasol Unit Work Residency, London – UK

T293 Residency, Naples – IT

The La Brea Studio Residency, Los Angeles – US
Fountainhead Residency, Fountainhead, Miami – US
Arttable Curatorial Fellowship; Artspace, New Haven – US

Al Held Fellow, American Academy in Rome, Rome – IT


15 second of Fame, Scamming Patriarchy, The New Museum. Documenter (http://www.newmuseum.org/calendar/view/1111/scamming-the-patriarchy-a-youth-summit)
Self Shape, The Art Assignment, PBS DIgital Studios. Featured artist (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7mGC_zxcp5k)
There Are Certain Facts that Cannot Be Disputed, MoMA. New York, NY, Juliana Huxtable. Cosplay performer (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2W2hpfKrtu4)


NSFW Female Gaze: Representing Sex and Sexual Self, Marina Garcia-Vasquez & Lissa Rivera, Artists: Taira Rice, Pixy Liao, Tschabalala Self, Vice HQ, Brooklyn, NY, July 18th 2017

The Artist Eye: Tschabalala Self. Tschabalala Self responds to artists in the exhibition We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965-85, Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY, July 8th 2017

Dis/assembly: The body in abstraction: Nicola Vassell in conversation with Tschabalala Self, Marcia Kure, and Derrick Adams, Forum at 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair, New York, NY, May 7th 2017

Identity and Empowerment with artists Kalup Linzy, Tschabalala Self and John Edmonds, led by editor Alyse Archer-Coité, Spring Place, New York, NY, February 15th 2017

Tschabalala Self in Conversation with Yinka Shonibare MBE and Touria El Glaoui, moderated by Dr. Ziba Ardalan, January 17th 2017

Tschabalala Self & Antwaun Sargent in Conversation #blackjoyatyale, Yale School of Art, New Haven, CT, November 11th 2016.
Tschabalala Self in Conversation with Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, New York University, New York, NY, November 7th 2016
Artist Lecture: Tschabalala Self, The New York Academy of Art. New York, NY. November 2nd 2016
The Collagraph, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York, October 11th 2016
Artist in Conversation: Tschabalala Self, Caroline Wells Chandler and Gaby Collins-Fernandez, 11R, New York, NY September 25th 2016
“Look up Here, I’m in heaven” Discussion Panel, BRIC, Brooklyn, NY, July 20th 2016
Senior Seminar, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY, April 12th 2016

Legal Medium: Peggy Cooper Cafritz, Yale Law School, New Haven, CT, April 3rd 2015

New Rome, Yale School of Art, New Haven, CT, October 12th 2014

Difference and Media Project, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY, October 3rd 2013


Johanna Burton, Gender as a Tool and a Weapon, New Museum, New York
Ziba Ardalan, Tschabalala Self, Parasol Unit, London


Peter Schjeldahl, The Art World as Safe Space, The New Yorker, October 9th 2017
Alex Hetherington, Tschabalala Self, thisistomorrow, June 21st 2017
The Guide, The 10 Best Things to do this Week, The Guardian, June 2nd 2017
Laura Cumming, Lubaina Himid: Invisible Strategies; Tschabalala Self review - history and mystery, The Guardian, January 22nd 2017
Forbes Editorial, 30 under 30 - Art & Style, Forbes January 3rd 2016

Sarah Cascone, 14 Emerging Women Artist to Watch in 2017, Artnet December 21st 2016
Howard Halle, Six young African-American artists to watch in 2017, TimeOut New York, December 16th 2016
Lindsay People, 3 Woman Changing the Art Game, The Cut, December 14th 2016
Artsy Editorial, The Top Emerging Artists of 2016, Artsy December 14th 2016
Anna Furman, Youth Collective Teaches You How to Scam the Patriarchy, The Creator’s Project, December 10th 2016
Elephant Magazine Editorial, Tschabalala Self, Elephant Magazine (46), Winter 2016
Michael Reynolds & Francois Dischinger , The New Guard: 30 Under 35, CULTURED (262), Winter 2016
Stephanie Eckardt, The Empowerment You Need This Week, Courtesy of Tschabalala Self, W Magazine November 14th
Howard Halle, The top five New York art shows this week, Timeout, November 8th 2016
Julia Wolkoff, Exhibitions The Lookout, Art in America, November 4th 2016
Jerry Saltz, The Culture Pages : To Do, New York Magazine (118), October 31st - November 13th 2016
Roberta Smith, What to See in New York Art Galleries This Week, The New York Times (C20), October 28th 2016
Anthony Hawley, Reviews: New York “Mal Maison”, Modern Painters (81), October/November 2016
The Black Female Experience, in GIFS, The Creators Project, VICE, August 19 2016, Interviewed by Antwaun Sargent
Karen Rosenberg, What to See in New York Art Galleries This Week, The New York Times (C20), August 13th 2016
Lia McGarrigle, 4 Black Artist You Need to Know, i-D, August 12th 2016
E.D. Noice, ‘WACKing the Piñata’ @ Ltd Los Angeles Reviewed, AQNB, August 9th 2016
Daniel Gerwin, Letting Go of the Distinction Between Figuration and Abstraction, Hyperallergic, June 14 2016
Casey Lesser, These 20 Female Artists Are Pushing Figurative Painting Forward, Artsy, June 10 2016
Molly Gottschal, The 12 Young Painters You Need to Know at NADA New York, Artsy, May 6th 2016
Tschabalala Self, Tschabalala Self on Faith Ringgold, Studio, The Studio Museum in Harlem Magazine, Winter/Spring 2016
Bridget Gleeson, In Tel Aviv, Female Artist Follow Arachne and Weave a New Type of Femininity, Artsy, March 16th 2016
A Space to Dance: An Interview with Tschabalala Self, Pelican Bomb, March 14 2016. Interviewed by Ashton Cooper
Wendy Vogel, Review: Who run the world? On “Intersections” an exhibition organized by Girls of the Internet Museum and Tensquared, Rhizome, March 9th 2016
Amanda Coulson, Amanda Coulson on Volta NY’s 2016 Highlights, Whitewall Magazine, March 3rd 2016
Kat Herriman, Volta Answers Armony Week’s Need for New Voices, BLOUINARTINFO, March 3rd 2016
Meredith Mendelsohn and Tess Thackara, In Black Artists’ Pursuit of Equality, These 17 Art-World Leaders Are Changing the Game, Artsy, January 12th 2016
Martha Schwendener, At the Studio Museum in Harlem, 4 Shows Engage a Cultural Conversation, The New York Times, January 7th 2016

Priscilla Frank, 17 Visual Artist You Should Know in 2016, Huffington Post, December 22nd 2015
Arsty Editorial, 16 Emerging Artists to Watch in 2016, Artsy, December 16th 2015
Maxwell Williams, Fresh Faces: A Group Show at Diane Rosenstein Highlights Six Emerging Artist, Artsy, November 24th 2015
Horowitz Mikhail, Teaching Art Elegantly, Bardian (19), Bard College Fall 2015
Tschabalala: Exalting Mother Earth. PROTECT & EXALT, July 1 2015
Interviewed by P&E In the Work Of Tschabalala Self, Art Imitates Life As She Explores the Multidimensionality of Black Womanhood, Dynamic Africa, April 14 2015
Interviewed by Funke M. Cox, Brandon Coley, Refracted Discourse, The International Review of African American Art (53). Vol.25 No.3.

Alexis Barnes, Yale University is Having its First All Black Art Show, Vice, April 17 2014

DIS, The Art School Issue: Competing Images. D IS Magazine. May 26 2012. BARD PAPERS. Tschabalala Self: Shade 1 & 2 ( 20­21), 2012

Richard Kern, Up & Comers: Dressed for the Part, Whitewall Magazine (62 & 64) Fall 2007