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Born 1981 in Niskayuna, NY
Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY


2008    MFA, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, US
2005    Summer Studio Program, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, US
2003    BFA, The College of Saint Rose, Albany, NY, US
2001    SACI College of Art and Design, Florence, Italy, IT


2021    Combing the Honey Home, Half Gallery, New York, NY, US
2019    Trap Door, Nino Mier Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, US
2018    Skeleton Key,​ Half Gallery, New York, NY, US
2017    Built from Broke, Nino Mier Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, US
            Ginny Casey & Jessi Reaves, Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, US
2016    Play Things, Half Gallery, New York, NY, US
           Ghost Maker, 106 Green, Brooklyn, NY, US
2014    Ginny Casey and Heather McPherson, Tompkins Projects, Brooklyn, NY, US
2012    Green Teeth, Culture Room, Brooklyn, NY, US
2006    Kindred Creatures, Amrose and Sable Gallery, Albany, NY, US


2021    Nature Morte, The Hole, NY
            Inaugural Exhibition, Nino Mier Gallery, Brussels, BE
            Salon de Peinture, Almine Rech, New York, NY, US
            Surfaces, Nino Mier Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, US
2020    Sympathetic Magic, Blum & Poe, Los Angeles, CA, US
            The 5 Year Show, Nino Mier Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, US
            King Dogs Never Grow Old: Curated by Brooke Wise, Diane Rosenstein, Los Angeles, CA, US
            Paper (and one on wood), Nino Mier Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, US
            Under Glass, Half Gallery, New York, NY, US
2019    Domestic Horror, Gagosian Gallery, New York, NY, US
2018    Early 21st Century Art, Almine Rech Gallery, London, UK
            SEED,​ Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York, NY, US
            Cliche,​ Almine Rech Gallery, New York, NY, US
2017    Sitting Still, ​Bravin Lee Programs, New York, NY, US
            Stack, K​athryn Markel Fine Arts, New York, NY, US
            Hors D'oeuvres, ​Half Gallery, New York, NY, US
2016    Tie His Hands Gently, Romeo, New York, US
            Fathoms, curated by John McKissick, Radical Abacus, Santa Fe, NM, US
            Me, My, Mine, curated by Carrie Moyer, DC Moore, New York, NY, US
            Nurture/ Nature, curated by Matthew Mahler, 245 Varet, Brooklyn, NY, US
            Double Nickels on the Dime, curated by Benjamin Edmiston, D'Agostino & Fiore, New York, NY, US
2015    Two Painters One Sculptor, Esther Massry Gallery, The College of Saint Rose, Albany, NY, US
            Star Gazer/ Ancient Light, curated by Polly Shindler and Will Hutnick, Trestle Projects, Brooklyn, NY, US
            Space Answers, curated by Stuart Lorimer and Emily Davidson, Bannerette, Brooklyn, NY, US
            Not Color Absolute, curated by Nick De Pirro, Proto Gallery, Hoboken, NY, US
2014    Secret Santa’s Car Key Party, curated by Zuriel Waters and Steve Mykietyn, Orgy Park, Brooklyn, NY, US
            Do it Yourself, curated by Julie Torres, 195 Morgan Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, US
            The Last Brucennial, 837 Washington Street, New York, NY, US
2013    A Country Road. A Tree. Evening., curated by Sean Robert FitzGerald, FJORD, Philadelphia, PN, US
            Hot Bed, TGIF Gallery, Queens, NY, US
2012    Thirteen, curated by Anthony Cudahy, AMO Studios, Brooklyn, NY, US
            Stones, Bones and Relics, curated by Anna Mikhailovskaia, Brooklyn Fire Proof, Brooklyn, NY, US
2010    County Affair, curated by Aaron Ribeiro and Guillermo Creus, Fortress to Solitude booth, NADA, Calicoon, NY, US
            The Drawing Show, Tompkins Projects Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, US
2009    Will it happen?, curated by Kelsey Harrington, Elga Wimmer Gallery, New York, NY, US
2008    RISD Graduate Thesis Exhibition, The Dunk, Providence, RI, US
2007    Organically Speaking, curated by Tim Massey, Tower Fine Arts Gallery, SUNY Brockport, NY, US
            Eating the Sands of Time, Knew Gallery, Washington, D.C., US
            Whimsy Sex, curated by Chris Robinson and John Baca, Sol Koffler Gallery, Providence, RI, US
           Swap/Meet, Icebox Gallery, Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PN, US


2021    Sasha Bogojev, “Ginny Casey is Combing the Honey Home”, Juxtapoz Magazine, March 8, 2021 
            Alfred Rosenbluth, “Ginny Casey: Combing the Honey Home at Half Gallery,” Whitehot Magazine, April 2021 
            Gabriel H. Sanchez, “Ginny Casey”, Artforum, Summer 2021 
2020    Avery Wheless, “King Dogs Never Grow Old”, Artillery Magazine, January 2020 
2019    Joseph A. Hazani, “Trap Door’ & ‘Black Elf’ By Ginny Casey & Ulrich Wulff @ Nino Mier Gallery”,, May 2019 
            Fan Zhong, “The 10 Art Clichés the Art World Hates to Love (or Maybe Just Plain Loves)”, W Magazine, June 20, 2019 
           Maria Vogel, “Ginny Casey’s Paintings Circumvent Logic”,, June 5, 2019 
           Caroline Goldstein, “Editors’ Picks: 8 Things Not to Miss in New York’s Art World This Week”, Artnet News, September 2, 2019 
2018   “Ginny Casey”, The New Yorker, May 14
            Martha Schwendener, “10 Galleries to Visit Now on the Upper East Side”, New York Times, April 26 “The Brief”,
            Art in America, January
            Perwana Nazif, “ALAC: Portrait of a Sunny City”, Elephant, January 26
            Charlotte Ickes and Julia Bryan-Wilson, “Ginny Casey & Jessi Reaves” Exhibition Catalogue
2017    “Ginny Casey in Philadelphia”, Painter’s Table, June 2, 2017
            Cat Kron, “Ginny Casey and Jessi Reaves”, Artforum, May 2017
            Eric Sutphin, “Ginny Casey”,Art in America, January 2017
2016    Howard Halle, “The top five New York art shows this week”, Time Out New York, September 13, 2016
           Alicia Inez Guzman, “Fathoms”, THE Magazine, September 2016
           Ryan Steadman, “9 Things to Do in New York Before June 2017”, Observer, June 16, 2016
           Sharon Butler, “Body parts: Clarity Haynes, Catherine Haggarty and Ginny Casey”, Two Coats of Paint, February 25, 2016
           Anthony Cudahy, “Paintings that Conjure the Ghostly Hand of the Artist”, Hyperallergic, February 16, 2016
          “Ginny Casey”, The New Yorker, February 15, 2016
2014    Anna Mikhailovskaia, “Something Darker Lurks, Lucid Dreams by Ginny Casey”, Arts in Bushwick, May 31, 2014
2013    Chip Schwartz, “Painting’s absurdity and Samuel Beckett at Fjord”, Knight Arts, June 13, 2013
            Kristin Iversen, “Ginny Casey: An Artist’s Search for Meaning”, Brooklyn Magazine, March 2013
2012    Sharon Butler, “Ginny Casey’s Recurring Sensations”, Two Coats of Paint, August 2012
            “The Best of Brooklyn”, L Magazine, August 1, 2012
            Paddy Johnson & Whitney Kimball, “Recommended Bushwick Open Studio: Ginny Casey”, Art F City, May 30, 2012
            Roberta Fallon, “Swapmeet at the Icebox: Coooool”, The Art Blog, March 9, 2007


Double Spar, Slow Youth Projects, February 2016
The Pipes That Leaked Into My Paintings, Packet Biweekly, Issue #40, September, 2014
Comedy event at “Family-Style”, Formerly Pocket Utopia, 191 Henry St., New York, NY, August 13, 2014


2018     Painting Fellowship, New York Foundation for the Arts
2008     Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant Nominee, Rhode Island School of Design
2006-2008       John A. Chironna Memorial Scholarship, Rhode Island School of Design
2006-2008       Graduate Fellowship, Rhode Island School of Design