Larissa Lockshin

Larissa Lockshin CV

Larissa Lockshin is a New York-based abstract artist known for her whimsical, champagne-hued satin paintings. Inspired by Edgar Degas’ ballerina dancers, Lockshin’s characteristic tulip and heart shapes become like tulle skirts spinning across the stage - a musical landscape.⁣ Seeking to also challenge the existing associations, categorizations, definitions, and language surrounding art, Lockshin emphasizes objecthood over image content. Employing printer ink, acrylic, oil sticks, enamel, and chalk, Lockshin creates objects that reach out to the viewer and exist in the liminal space between painting and sculpture. The question of how art can maintain its value as a physical object when most artworks are viewed online impelled Lockshin to create artworks that defy the confines of digital reproduction, countering notions of what painting is through loosely impressionistic, largely unrecognizable forms.

b. 1992, Toronto, Canada

BFA, Parsons the New School for Design, New York, NY

"Shift," Dimmitt Contemporary Art, Houston, TX
Solo exhibition, Galeria Pelaires, Mallorca, Spain

“Iced Rowanberries”, The Newsstand Project, Los Angeles, CA
“Cadmio Limon”, curated by Cristina Anglada, Galeria Pelaires, Majorca, Spain
NADA “This is Fair”, Melanie Flood Projects
ARCO Lisboa, Galeria Pelaires

"Mal" curated by Underground Flower & The Sunroom, Richmond, VA
"Elephant Heart" (Solo), Y2K Group, Tribeca, NYC
"Fashion Club" (Solo), Thumbelina's, NYC
"Scarecrow Show", curated by Abby Lloyd, Dennis Witkin & Hadley Vogel, Watermill, NY
"Metal Meadow", Camp Eternal Hell Chamber, NY
"Odette" (Solo), Melanie Flood Projects, Portland, OR
"Bad Dream House" (Solo), American Institute of Thoughts and Feelings (UBOI), Tucson

"Exit Soul", Liberal Arts Roxbury, New York
"Moondog", East Hampton Shed, New York
"Apertura", Galerie Albert Baronian, Knokke, Belgium
"#98", Museum Gallery, New York

“Third Space / Shifting Conversations About Contemporary Art”, Birmingham Museum of Art
“Poison Apple”, with Kelly Akashi & Mindy Rose Schwartz, East Hampton Shed, NY
“Cool World", Club Pro, Los Angeles, CA
"Nightline", 44th Drive Pier, New York, NY
“Laurel”, curated by Laurence Dujardyn, Tatiana Kronberg & Rosie Motley, NY
“Last Paradise”, Curated by Special Ops/NOYFB, Pacific Ocean, Oahu, Hawaii (Online)

“Bone Dry” with Stephanie Hier, Three Four Three Four, New York, NY
Art Brussels (Solo Project), Albert Baronian Gallery, Brussels
“Blue Plate Special”at Dead Horse Bay, New York, NY
The Armory Show with Albert Baronian Gallery, New York, NY

“Please Walk In Between Not On The Green”, Hallandale, FL
“Far Side Of The Valley”, Galerie Albert Baronian, Brussels (Solo)
“Close But No Cigar”, Johannes Vogt Gallery, New York (Solo)
Material Art Fair with East Hampton Shed, Mexico City (Solo)
“Shoot the Lobster at Deauville” curated by S. Gernsbacher & JPW3, Miami, FL
“Picture/Painting/Object” Albert Baronian Gallery, Brussels

“Abigail Vogel & Larissa Lockshin” East Hampton Shed, NY
“Sad Plinth”Chelsea Mini Storage, NY
“To The Happy Few” Jeanroch Dard, Paris
“QSM” 80/80, New Bedford, MA

“Space Whole Karaoke” Middlemarch Gallery, Brussels

Metal Window
Last Paradise
Blue Plate Special

Sad Plinth
Please Walk In Between Not On The Green
Jerry Bruckheimer Films