b. NYC 1995
SOPHIEFRIEDMANPAPPAS@GMAIL.COM

EDUCATION
2024/ MFA, University of California at Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
2017/ Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), Baltimore, MD

SOLO / TWO-PERSON
2021/ Transfer Station, organized by Octagon, Alyssa Davis Gallery, New York, NY
2019/ Angles Head (with Audrey Gair), European Gallery, Boston, MA
2018/ Broken Eggs, Resort Gallery, Baltimore, MD
2017/ Revenge Body (with Rachel Hayden), Adds Donna, Chicago, IL

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2021/ shit!, Cuchifritos, New York, NY, curated by TJ Shin
          Rough and Ready, Kathryn Markel Gallery, New York, NY, curated by Fran Shalom
          All I remember now, in lieu, Los Angeles, CA
          100 Sculptures, Anonymous Gallery, New York, NY,  curated by Joseph Ian Henrikson
2020/ Home & Artists, Amagansett, NY
2019/ Banquet, in lieu, Los Angeles, CA
          Sarcophagus, Ill Fame, Perth, Australia
2018/ Game of Ceres, King’s Leap, Brooklyn, NY
          Bottlenose, 891 N Main, Providence, RI
2017/ Sinkhole Project, Baltimore, MD
          Peacockery, St. Charles Projects, Baltimore, MD
          The Length of Our Shadow, Platform Gallery, Baltimore, MD

PRESS / PUBLICATIONS
Victoria Campbell, “The Surplus in Being: On Sophie Friedman-Pappas’ post-consumer practice & the xenocology of her Transfer Station solo show at Alyssa Davis,” AQNB, 2021.
Rudy Natazon, “Sophie Friedman-Pappas: Transfer Station,” The Brooklyn Rail, 2021.
Art editor, spot illustrations, “Biopolitics,” Science for the People Magazine, 2020.
Roxanne Yamins and Anna Hugo, “Home & Artists,” 2020.
Freshkills Alliance, “Artist Sophie Friedman-Pappas Transforms Waste at Freshkills Park,” 2019.
“Scenes From Broken Eggs,” collaboration with Vijay Masharani, Published by Ginny Projects, London, 2018.
Amy Boone McCreesh, “Art Walk 2017: Top 20,” Bmoreart, 2017.
Paddy Johnson, Michael Anthony Farly, “We Went to Artscape: The Artist-Run Art Fair,” Art F City, 2016.
Cara Ober, “The Best Thing About Artscape,” Bmoreart, 2015.





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