Masters of Fine Arts, the School of Visual Arts, New York

Bachelor of Fine Arts, the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, New York



2013            Talking Back, Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT

2010            Tabletops, Homefront Gallery, Long Island City

2010            Single Lady, curated by Kate Gilmore, Candace Madey and Jenny Solomon,
home of Jenny Solomon, Brooklyn

2010            Accrochage, Ramiken Crucible Gallery, New York

2009            Two Degrees of Separation, Gallery Satori, New York

2009            Vintage Violence, Space 414, Brooklyn

2008            The Tacit Object, curated by Eleanor Eichenbaum, Mikhail Zakin Gallery, Demarest , NJ

2008            Flight of the Mechanical Bumble Bee, WCO Center, New York

2007            Serendipitous Tangents, Factory Gallery, Seoul, Korea

2007            Intersections: Collaborative Forces from the Artist-in-Residence Workspace Program,
Abrons Art Center, New York

2007            What F-Word?, Curated by Carol Cole Levin, Cynthia Broan Gallery, New York

2006            Starting at the Edge, Mushroom Arts, New York

2006 Selections. Ernest Rubenstein Gallery, New York

2005            16 Rooms, Hall Street Studios,  Brooklyn

2005            The Symbolic Defeat of Phi Slamma Jamma,  Melody Weir Gallery, New York

2005            From Earth to the Moon, Planaria Gallery, New York

2004            Empty Theater (re?),Xanadu Art,  New York

2003            A Bestiary, 55 Mercer Gallery, New York

2002            Not Sculpture, Visual Arts Gallery, New York

2002            Just Add Water, Visual Arts Gallery, New York

2001            Amalgamated Volatile Aftermath Fusion Spazz, Star 67 Gallery, Brooklyn

2000            Point Blank, The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, New York

1999            Blame It On My Youth, The American Gallery, New York

1998            Rock n’ Roll Frankenstein (film), Paintings included in set design.




2006            New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship in Painting

2003            Henry Street Settlement Artist in Residence Workspace Program

2000            Partial Scholarship, the School of Visual Arts

1999            Sylvia Appelman Painting Award

1996            Four year, full tuition scholarship, The Cooper Union



2013            “Jennifer Viola’s Talking Self-Portraits,” The Hartford Courant, September 19, 2013,
Section CAL, p. 22.

2012            “Sweet Sixteen,” Glasschord Arts and Culture Magazine (,

February 16, 2012, vol 2:2.

2007            Serendipitous Tangents (exhibition catalogue), Gallery Factory,       Seoul

2007            What F Word? (exhibition catalogue), Cynthia Broan Gallery, New York

2007            Art in America, June/July, “What F Word? at Cynthia Broan” by Eleanor Heartney, p. 200.

2007            The New Times, March 9, “What F Word?” review by Holland Cotter

2000            The New York Times, December 15, “Amalgamated…” review

2000            The Waterfront, Brooklyn, December