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 (forthcoming)
          Rough and Ready, Kathryn Markel Gallery, New York, NY, curated by Fran Shalom (forthcoming)
          TBA, in lieu, Los Angeles, CA (forthcoming)
          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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