CURRENT
Group Exhibition
February 2 - November 4, 2018
Opening Celebration: Friday, February 23, 6-10 pm
The Rubin Museum / 150 West 17th Street / New York, NY 

Face of the Future
Through November 4 in the Theatre Level
For Face of the Future, Chitra Ganesh reimagines how visual languages of science fiction and fantasy take shape and proliferate around the world in print culture, literature, and cinema. In addition to showcasing her own new works on paper and collage-based pieces, Ganesh has invited seven emerging artists—Maia Cruz Palileo, Nontsikelelo Mutiti, Tammy Nguyen, Jagdeep Raina, Sahana Ramakrishnan, Anuj Shrestha, and Tuesday Smillie—to expand and redefine the aesthetics of science fiction by creating posters that refer to a group of important, influential films largely outside the Western canon. 

Curated by Beth Citron.  

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Group Exhibition
February 2 - March 28, 2018
Opening Reception: Friday, February 2, 6-9 pm
Fosdick-Nelson Gallery at Alfred University / 2 Pine Street / Alfred, NY

Queering Space at Alfred University:
Queering Space, an art exhibition that asks where queerness meets form, opens at
Alfred University on February 2nd, 2018.Included in the exhibition are over 50 artists. The exhibition will run through March 28th, 2018 - with several events being held in conjunction with the exhibition.

The Queering Space curatorial collective members that worked on this exhibition include: Loren
Britton, Christie DeNizio, Asad Pervaiz, Res and Erica Wessmann in collaboration with Alfred
University Visiting Assistant Professor, Sara Ferguson. Begun at the Yale School of Art in 2016 the Queering
Space Collective is an artist run, anti-racist, trans*-feminist, experimental collective interested in ways of
approaching curating and events that prioritize multiplicity as a mode of investigating the ideas around the
formation of a queer subjectivity as it meets the expanded field of art making. Queering Space is thinking about
how to undo the capitalist hierarchy of curating and is building projects that knit communities together across
locations. Queering Space strives to cultivate conversations across age, class, race, nationality, geographic
location and educational backgrounds. Queering Space is migrating to Alfred University to invite the public to
join in on and build upon the conversation between queerness and art.

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NEWS & PRESS
Publication
Brask Studio Visits III
December 2017

Brask Studio Visits III is the third in the series of books. In the book, art collector Jens Peter Brask visits 34 international artists in their studios. The book features among others Daze, Todd James, Baron André, Rose Eken, Gun Gordillo, Reginald Sylvester II, Rashid Johnson and Lars Christensen. It is the perfect coffee table book for any art lover.

Specifications - Format: Hardcover. 269 pages. 32,5 x 24,5 cm. Language: English. Limited to 1.200 copies.

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Press
Review: The Alchemical Trace
by Jenn Shapland
November 2017

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FOR US BY US
by Shira Levine
June 2017
 


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PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST: GENERATIONAL JUXTAPOSITION
by Noelani Kirschner
June 19, 2017

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News
2017 Travel and Study Program Grantee
Maia was recently awarded a Travel and Study Program Grant from the Jerome Foundation. She will live and study in Chicago, IL to study the Dean C. Worcester Collection of Philippine Photographs, Damián Domingo’s Costume Album, and the book “El folk-lore Filipino” by Isabelo de los Reyes y Florentino in the Newberry Library’s extensive Philippine Collection—images from the early years of imperial American conquest of Filipinos.

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Press
KIMO NELSON AND MAIA CRUZ PALILEO
by Janna Añonuevo Langholz
May 2017

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PERMEABLE NARRATIVES AND LANDSCAPES OF HOME: AN INTERVIEW WITH MAIA CRUZ PALILEO
by Danni Shen
March 9, 2016

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STORIES FROM HOME
by Jack Teotico
March 2016

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DON'T FORGET US: AN INTERVIEW WITH MAIA CRUZ PALILEO
by JoYin Shih
March 31, 2015

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5 BROOKLYN ARTISTS YOU NEED TO KNOW
by Paul D'Agostino
March 25, 2015

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INSIDE THE ARTIST'S STUDIO
by Kristin Iversen
March 16, 2015

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PAINT A PHOTO'S STORY
by Tanya Silverman
January 27, 2015

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LOST LOOKING
by Dan Piepenbring
January 27, 2015

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SUPPORT FROM A LOVE SPRITE AND SOME FRACTURED FRIENDS
by Andy Webster
October 9, 2011

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RECENT EXHIBITIONS
​Group Exhibition
October 6th-November 3rd, 2017
The Alchemical Trace: Transformation and Resilience in Recent Work by LGBTQAI Artists
Curated by Ray Hernández-Durán
Sanitary Tortilla Factory
401-403 2nd St SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Artists on Art Tour
September 1 and October 13, 2017 at 4:30 pm
Artists on Art Tour at Olana State Historic Site
I was invited by Olana to give an Artist on Art Tour of the exhibit Overlook, Teresita Fernández confronts Frederic Church at Olana. My tour will consider American values and their roots in manifest destiny, the construction of race, and how ethnography and anthropology were developed as a strategy to justify violence toward the indigenous population and people who were enslaved in the United States during the not so distant 19th century. These justifications carried over into westward expansion of Asia, when America colonized the Philippines at the turn of the 20th century. 
Group Exhibtion
Summer 2017 NYFA-NYO Exhibition
Crossing Borders and Globalization
New York Foundation for the Arts and McKinsey & Company
Curated by NYFA: David Terry, Madeline Scholl and the NYFA team
Group Exhibition
May 13 - June 16, 2017
(De)Centered
An Exhibition of Filipino American Artists
Curated by Janna Añonuevo Langholz and Isabel Manalo
WAS Gallery
5110 Ridgefield Road
Bethesda, MD 20816

Solo Show
28 Februray - 25 April 2017
Dear, dear, dear
Taymour Grahne Gallery
157 Hudson Street
New York, NY
Group Exhibition
March 14 - 20 April 2017
Immigrant Artist Benefit 
Curated by Kate Bellin 
New York Foundaiton for the Arts
20 Jay Street
Brooklyn, NY

Group Exhibition
2 March - 20 April 2017
Voyager
St. Joseph's College Gallery / Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation
245 Clinton Avenue
Brooklyn, NY