Born in 1982, Moscow; Lives and works in New York


2010   M.F.A., Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
2004   B.F.A., School Of Visual Arts, New York, NY
2003   Goldsmiths College, University of London, UK

Solo and Two Person Exhibitions

2018 Between States, Konrad Fischer Galerie, Berlin (solo)
2018 Alisa Baremboym and John Finneran, Selected Works, 47 Canal, New York
2016 You be Frank and I'll be Earnest, curated by Kyla McDonald, Glasgow Sculpture Studios, Glasgow, UK
2015 Conflict (process), 47 Canal, NY (solo)
2014 CONTACT, Alisa Baremboym & Gregory Edwards, The Fireplace Project, East Hampton, NY
2013 shape sweat: detox vision, The Vanity, Los Angeles, CA (solo)
2012 Abundant Delicacy, 47 Canal, NY (solo)
2011 Alisa Baremboym + Skuta, curated by Rose Marcus, SHOW ROOM 170 Suffolk St., New York, NY

Select Group Exhibitions

Back to Mulholland Drive, La Panacée, Montpellier, France
The shape left by the body, The Sunday Painter, London, UK
Crash Test, curated by Nicolas Bourriaud, La Panacée, Montpellier, France
Rest in the Furrows of My Skin, Kunsthaus Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
Mutations, High Line Art presented by Friends of the High Line, the High Line, New York, NY
Laurel, curated by Tatiana Kronberg, Brooklyn, NY

Untitled Body Parts, Simone Subal Gallery, New York, NY
Real Things About Real Things, American Medium, Brooklyn, NY                                                                              Liverpool Biennial 2016, Liverpool, UK

Earth Machines,Curated By Ceci Moss, YBCA, San Francisco, CA
Memory Palace, Alisa Baremboym & Seung-Min Lee, Curated By Tamar Margalit, Luxembourg & Dayan, NY
THEM, Schinkel Pavillon, Berlin, GE 
DIDING An Interior That Remains an Exterior?, Künstlerhaus, Graz, Austria (Cat.) 
Lands’ End curated by Dena Yago, Bodega, New York, NY
Mending Wall curated by Alexis Rose, The Pit, Los Angeles, CA

The Great Acceleration, Art in the Anthropocene, curated by Nicolas Bourriaud, Taipei Biennial, Taipei
That Obscure Object of Desire, Luxembourg & Dayan, New York, NY
Sequence 5, Miguel Abreu Gallery, NY
Phantom Limbs, Pilar Corrias, London
Wanton Mobility, Klemm's, Berlin
The Stanley Parable, Elaine Levy Project, Brussels
Art Post-Internet, Ullens Center, Beijing, China
Shirts vs. Skins, New Gallerie, NYC
The Cardboard Lover, American Contemporary, NYC

Speculations on Anonymous Materials, Museum Fridericianum, Kassel, DE
Cookbook, Palais des Beaux-Arts, Paris, FR
M/L Artspace Presents: Under the BQE, in collaboration with Gregory Edwards, curated by Marie Karlberg and Lena Henke, 
September 28th, 2013, NYC under the BQE

Alisa Baremboym / Gregory Edwards, Petrella's Imports, Suzanne Geiss, New York, NY
Reverse Engineering, curated by Bill Powers, The Fireplace Project, East Hampton, NY
Hello Goodbye Thank You again, and again, and again, 
Curated by Anthony Huberman, castillo/corrales, Paris, FR

ProBio curated by Josh Kline, EXPO 1: New York, MoMA PS1
Untitled (Hybrid) Curated by Kate McNamara, Robert Miller Gallery, New York, NY
IT-THOU, Michael Thibault Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Independent, NY

A Disagreeable Object, curated by Ruba Katrib, Sculpture Center, L.I.C., NY (Cat.)
GRAN PRIX, Curated by Gresham's Ghost, Nudashank, Baltimore, MD
The Art of Cooking, curated by Hanne Mugaas, Royal/T, Los Angeles, CA
TEN TEN, Curated by Jason Lee and Alexander Shulan, Jason Alexander, NY
Looking Back / The 6th White Columns Annual, selected by Ken Okiishi and Nick Mauss, White Columns, New York, NY

Foot to Foot, curated by Margaret Lee, Regina Gallery, London, UK
Step and Repeat, Toomer Labzda, NY
Chain Letter Show, Curated by Christian Cummings & Doug Harvey, Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
White Columns 2011 Benefit Exhibition, White Columns, NY
How Do You Do, organized by Margaret Lee, Noma Gallery, San Francisco, CA

179 Canal/Anyways, curated by Margaret Lee, White Columns, NY
Real Nonfiction, curated by Baseera Khan and Jon Lutz, BRIC Rotunda Gallery, NY
36 Dramatic Situations, LOUIS V.E.S.P., NY
Alisa Baremboym/Thomas Torres Cordova Graham Anderson/Caitlin Keogh, 179 Canal, NY
Guilty Feet, curated by Tova Carlin and Colby Bird, 179 Canal, NY

neverANDagain, curated by Elissa Levy, I.S.C.P., NY
Why and Wherefore, curated by Josh Klein,
MFA Thesis Exhibition, Bard College, NY
Candygrammar, curated by Michael Wilson, 999 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn, NY
Nobodies New York, curated by Josh Kline and Margaret Lee at “The Month of May” 179 Canal, NY

I Moscow International Biennale for Young Art, Moscow Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia
Poster Project: Nine Things, curated by Devon Costello,Nine Things, Frankfurt, Germany
Cube, Passerby 2008, curated by Michael Caputo, Gavin Brown Enterprises, Passerby, NY

Poster Project, Participant Inc., NY

Poster Project, curated by Devon Costello and Ilya Lipkin, Kantor/Feuer Window Space, NY
Two Friends and So On, curated by Jonathan Horowitz, Andrew Kreps Gallery, NY

Poets of Miniature, curated by Clifford Borress, Office Ops, Brooklyn, NY


Artist of the Month Club - June 2011 Edition, Invisible Exports, NY
Collaboration with Margaret Lee for NADA, Miami Beach 2010
Con Verse Sensations, Taxter and Spengemann, NY 2009
Circular File Channel, Performa 2009
Poster Project, Printed Matter Bookstore, NY 2007
Recipe Book for Downtown, curated by Adam Kleinman, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, NY 2006


Harry Thorne, “Critic’s Guide: Glasgow The frieze digital editors select their highlights from the Glasgow International Festival,” Frieze, April 13, 2016
Kirsty Bell, “Glasgow International,” Art Agenda, April 13, 2016
“Seventh Heaven,” Art Forum, April 2016
Simone, Subal, “Untitled Body Parts,” Art in America, January 2016
Greenberger, Alex, “Untitled Body Parts’ At Simone Subal,” Art News, January 22, 2016
Murakami, Kenta, “Digital Worlds Stretch the Limits of What’s Possible,” Hyperallergic, January 15, 2016  
Mclean-Ferris, Laura, Issue 1 of Even Magazine, May 2015  
Topical Cream Magazine, Conflict (process), April 2015
Art in America, Exhibitions, The Lookout, March 26, 2015
Graf, Jodi, "Lands' End" Brooklyn Rail, March 5, 2015 
Mclean-Ferris, Laura, "'In Focus: Alisa Baremboym'" Frieze Magazine, January, 2015 
Tinari, Philip, “Gwangju Biennale and Taipei Biennial,” Artforum, January, 2015
Berensten, Mirthe Maria, “‘Wanton Mobility’ at Klemm’s,” Modern Painters, October 2014 
Landes, Jennifer, "Circuits and Sparks at Fireplace," The East Hampton Star June, 2014 
Galleries-Uptown, "That Obscure Object of Desire," The New Yorker, September 1st, 2014 
“That Obscure Object of Desire’ at Luxembourg & Dayan, New York,” Mousse Publishing, September 27, 2014 
Mclean-Ferris, Laura, "'The Great Acceleration:Art in the Anthropocene'" Art Agenda, September 15, 2014 
Busta, Caroline, "Taipei Biennial 2014 'The Great Acceleration'" Artforum, September, 2014 
Pertson, Hili, "Critics' Picks Berlin,", 2014 
Charlesworth, JJ, "Phantom Limbs," art agenda, July 10, 2014 
Hugill, Alison, "Wanton Mobility at KLEMM's," Berlin Art Link, July 07, 2014 
Gentles, Tim, "Opaque Solutions: An Interview with Alisa Baremboym," Art in America, Feb. 24, 2014 
Nedo, Kito, "DIE KUNST DER DIGITAL NATIVES,", January 2014 
“The Artists’ Artists,” Artforum, December 2013 
McGarry, Kevin, "The Insider: Katerina Llanes of the Pérez Art Museum Miami on How to Navigate Basel," T Magazine, December 6, 2013 
Kirsch, Corinna, "The Official Art Basel Miami Beach Slideshow and Commentary," Artfcity Online, December 6, 2013 
Archey, Karen; Wiley, Chris “Beginnings + Ends,” Frieze, No. 159, November 2013, P. 126 and p. 127 
Katrib, Ruba, "Hyper-Materiality," Kaleidoscope, Summer 2013, p. 56 
Smith, William S., Art in America online: “ProBio: New York, at MoMA PS1,” Art in America Online, October 8, 2013 
Kim, Eric, "'shape sweat: detox vision' at The Vanity, Los Angeles," SFAQ Online, April 5, 2013 
Hongyi, Zhao, “Art for an Internet World,” Beijing Today, March 2014
Kollak, Ginny, "Independent," ArtAgenda, March 8, 2013 
Katrib, Ruba, "Sculpture," Take on Art, Vol 3, Issue 9, 2012, p. 53 
Chamberlain, Colby, "A Disagreeable Object," Artforum, December 2012, p 278
Rosenberg, Karen, "A Throwaway? Not From This Angle," New York Times, October 5, 2012, page C30 
Bomb Magazine “Portfolio,” Summer 2012
Davis, Ian MacLean,
Bilsborough, Michael, "Freshly Fishy," April, 2012 
A.M.C.: Interview with Michael Bilsborough
Carlin, T.J., “Graham Anderson/Caitlin Keogh and Alisa Baremboym/Thomas Torres Cordova,” 179 Canal, NY, ArtReview, Issue 42, May 2010
Popova, Julia,
Velasco, David, “Team Player,”, January 5, 2007
Birnbaum, Molly, Art Talk: Urban Flavor, ArtNews, December 2006, p. 38
Schmerler, Sarah, Two Friends and So On, Time Out New York, July 20-26, 2006 p. 65
Saltz, Jerry, “Our Crowds: A two-headed butterfly flapping its wings,” The Village Voice, July 12-18, 2006 p. 54