The Nancy Graves Foundation is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2023 Nancy Graves Grant for Visual Artists.  Established through a provision of the artist’s Last Will and Testament, the Foundation has supported the work and artistic development of individual artists since 2001. This year’s grantees include Lily Cox-Richard, Maya Freelon, Ja’Tovia Gary, and Gina Osterloh. Initially nominated by artists and arts professionals from across the country, a second panel of jurors selected four grantees to receive unrestricted funds to work in a technique, medium or discipline that is different from the one for which they are primarily recognized.

On The Grid: Ohio Arts Council Riffe Gallery, Columbus, Ohio
July 27 - October 4, 2024
Group exhibition curated by Kelly Dietrick, Troppus Projects


ABJECT OBJECT: Art, Feminism, and the Academy curated by Courtney Hunt at The Ohio State University, Thompson Library Gallery
August 22, 2023 - March 3, 2024

Aperture Magazine,
Summer Issue 2023: Being & Becoming Asian in America
Guest edited by Stephanie Hueon Tung, “Being & Becoming: Asian in America,” considers how artists use the medium of photography to grapple with questions of visibility, belonging, and what it means to be Asian American. The issue includes the essay "Pressing Against Looking: Gina Osterloh's photographs resist the legibility of identity" by Phoebe Chen. Cover image: Somewhere Tropical: Looking Back by Gina Osterloh.

Columbus Museum of Art
Gina Osterloh: Mirror Shadow Shape
February 24 - October 8, 2023
Survey of works from 2005 - 2020
Curated by Anna Lee, Curator of Photography Special Collections at Stanford University
Museum catalog available through the CMA Bookstore

MOCAD | Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit
APRIL 14 – SEPTEMBER 10, 2023
Solo exhibition curated by Susanne Feld Hilberry Senior Curator Jova Lynne and Assistant Curator M Pophal

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The Rose

July 29th - October 28th, 2023
Curated by Justine Kurland
The Rose presents the work of forty-four artists, dating from the 1960s through to the present, and proposes a circular genealogy of collage. The exhibition imagines an extended family of artworks, where kinship is forged through association, at once amplifying themes and providing context through similarity and difference, sounding out feelings and language as a collective effort. The works convene like the petals of a rose: a collage in and of itself. Featuring the work of: Ruth Asawa, Natalie Ball, Lee Bontecou, Vija Celmins, Philo Cohen, Jay DeFeo, Mary Beth Edelson, Tatiana Florival, Vanessa German, Bean Gilsdorf, Janice Guy, K8 Hardy, Leslie Hewitt, Jessica Jackson Hutchins, AK Jenkins, Baseera Khan, Kiki Kogelnik, Tarrah Krajnak, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Jacky Marshall, Aspen Mays, Qiana Mestrich, Helina Metaferia, Shala Miller, Joiri Minaya, Rachelle Mozman Solano, Wangechi Mutu, Martha Naranjo Sandoval, Yamini Nayar, B. Ingrid Olson, Frida Orupabo, Gina Osterloh, Olivia Reavey, Deborah Roberts, Sally Saul, Keisha Scarville, Gwen Smith, Pamela Sneed, Lorna Simpson, Lau Wai, Della Wells, Hannah Wilke, Francesca Woodman

SILVERLENS, New York: Shrines
June 22 - August 19, 2023
Silverlens is pleased to present 'Shrines', a group exhibition opening 22 June 2023 at our New York location, featuring works by Filipino and Filipino diaspora artists Catalina Africa, Poklong Anading, Santiago Bose, Stephanie Comilang, Chati Coronel, Kawayan de Guia, Patricia Perez Eustaquio, Lani Maestro, Wawi Navarroza, Gina Osterloh, Gary-Ross Pastrana, Norberto Roldan, Judy Freya Sibayan, Carlos Villa, Ryan Villamael, and Eric Zamuco. ‘Shrines’ invites sixteen artists to showcase their unique interpretations of what a shrine can be, encompassing various forms that evoke references to environments, symbols, honor, and remembrance. The exhibition prospects vocabularies on the immanence of more-than-human ecologies, symbolism and iconography embodied in contexts of diaspora, repatriation and social dissonance. The works in 'Shrines' are poignant approaches to identity, hinged on the corpus (conditions of the body) as vessel that engender belief systems and ensouling distinct worlds of personal histories. Converging in a node that is “Philippines”, the artists featured here complicate this representation and instead present a provocation of understanding practice as spiritual animation: word made flesh, spirit made material.

Headlands Center for the Arts, California
Artist in Residence Spring 2023

Scripps College, Department of Art, Claremont, California
Visiting Artist Lecture & Workshop in Ken Gonzales-Day's class Art 181G, Beauty, Abjection & Difference
March 29, 2023

Yale University, School of Art, Photography Department
Visiting Artist Lecture & Graduate Studio Visits
April 13, 2022
Gina Osterloh: Representation & Identity, Illusion and the Real
Recording of talk available on Yale School of Art's YouTube Channel

Desirable Body
Monday 14 March – Friday 8 April 2022
Curated by Melanie Pocock
Hanover Project, Hanover Building, University of Central Lancashire, Preston, UK
Yanyun Chen (born Singapore 1986, currently lives Singapore)
Eng Kai Er (born Singapore 1984, currently lives Giessen, Germany)
Geng Xue (born China 1983, currently lives Beijing)
Gina Osterloh (born United States 1973, currently lives Columbus, Ohio)
For more information or high-res images please contact:

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Silverlens Galleries, Manila, Philippines
solo exhibition 25 November - 22 December 2021
concurrent exhibition with Liv Vinluan and Ryan Villamael "Bukang Liwayway"
exhibition essay by curator Yael Buencamino
download exhibition PDF catalog
Presence Requested, curated by Cassie Riger, organized by Irenic Projects at Mission Gathering, Pasadena, California
May 15 - July 17, 2021
Suné Woods, Shirley Tse, Cassie Riger, Gina Osterloh, Bessie Kunath, Asdis Sif Gunnarsdottir, Dana Berman Duff, Rachel Bank
Wayne P. Lawson Inaugural Museum Acquisitions Award, Columbus Museum of Art 2021
Ohio Art Council Award, Individual Artist Excellence 2021
LENSCRATCH - Interview by Erica Cheung, May 13, 2021
CONSIDERED GESTURES, curated by Yael Buencamino, Silverlens Galleries January, 2021
Patricia Perez Eustaquio, Gina Osterloh, Gary-Ross Pastrana, Maria Taniguchi, Lee Aguinaldo, Jose Joya, Arturo Luz, Fernando Zobel
Review of Considered Gestures by Riley Yuen:
Art & Market
The Brooklyn Rail, Review of solo exhibition at Higher Pictures Generation by art historian Susan Breyer
HIGHER PICTURES GENERATION, 16 Main Street, Brooklyn, New York. Gina Osterloh, solo exhibition
October 10 – December 12, 2020

ATENEO ART GALLERY, ATENEO DE MANILA UNIVERSITY, Quezon City, Philippines. Not Visual Noise. Nov 24, 2019-June 28, 2020
Curated by artist, writer and lecturer, Angel Velasco Shaw, Not Visual Noise is a seminal photography exhibition that will feature more than 30 artists living in the Philippines and in the Filipino diaspora. It aims to showcase a diverse range of artists engaged in photography-based art practices whose works broadly represent what is happening in the fields of photography today — from photojournalism, long-form documentary photography to conceptual and installation photography, and web/social media-based projects. The exhibition examines the tension between high/low culture and high/low art photography in a media-saturated world. Featured artists in this exhibition are National Artist Benedicto “Bencab” Cabrera, Ezra Acayan, Alex Baluyut, Ringo Bunuoan, Nana Buxani, Geloy Concepcion, Kiri Dalena, Lizza May David, Neil Daza, Kawayan de Guia, Kidlat de Guia, Romina Diaz, Carlo Gabuco, Tommy Hafalla, Nap Jamir, Raffy Lerma, Wawi Navarroza, Neal Oshima, Gina Osterloh, Butch Perez, Rick Rocamora, Emmanuel Santos, Lawrence Sumulong, Stephanie Syjuco, Wig Tysmans, Veejay Villafranca, Boy Yñiguez, and MM Yu.

THE BROAD MUSEUM "EN CUATRO PATAS" performance series curated by Nao Bustamante y Xandra Ibarra 〰 Solo performance: Shadow Woman by Gina Osterloh, November 15, 2018

ICP MUSEUM "Multiply, Identify, Her" 〰 May 23, 2018 to Sep 02, 2018 〰 Geta Brătescu, Stephanie Dinkins, Christina Fernandez, Barbara Hammer, Roni Horn, Wangechi Mutu, Gina Osterloh, Sondra Perry, Lorna Simpson, and Mickalene Thomas 〰 Organized by Assistant Curator Marina Chao