Amber Renaye

Amber Renaye

Amber Renaye Amber Renaye

Lives and works in New York


2011     MFA Program, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago

2008      BFA, University of North Texas, President’s List

Solo and Two-Person Exhibitions

2019      Pinecone, Left Field Gallery, San Luis Obispo, CA

                  Scenic Route, Andrew Rafacz, Chicago, IL

2017      Caves, TSA Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

                  Here,Here, LVL3 Gallery, Chicago, IL

Select Group Exhibitions

2020       Magic Dust, Julius Caesar, Chicago, IL

2019       Summer Soup, ThreeFourThreeFour, Brooklyn, NY 

                  By Our Own Hands, Camayuhs, Atlanta, GA

                  Wind-Scoured Scribes, Mother Gallery, Beacon, NY

2018      Reunion Tour, Andrew Rafacz Gallery, Chicago, IL

                  Double Edged, Circuit 12 Contemporary, Dallas, TX

                  N.Y. Roses, Crystal Flowers, New York, NY

2017      L.A. Rose, Index, Los Angeles, CA

2016      How High (curated by Ryan Travis Christian), Left Field Gallery, Los Osos, CA

                  Labor Work Action (Curated by Silke Linder), New Release, New York, NY

                  Mi Casa, Tu Casa, Johannes Vogt, New York, NY

                  PDF-Objects, Mana Contemporary, Chicago, IL

2015      Surph, Johannes Vogt, East Hamptons, NY

                  CO ED, Oliver Francis Gallery, Dallas, TX

2014      PRTY PPL, Circuit 12 Gallery, Dallas, TX

                  Ducks, Greenpoint Terminal Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2013      Tripper, Circuit 12 Contemporary, Dallas, TX

2011      Painted, Green Gallery, Milwaukee, WI

Awards, Grants & Residencies

2013      Ox-Bow School of Art Fellow, Saugatuck, MI

                  Scholarship funded by the Joan Mitchell Foundation

2010      SAIC Grant, Chicago, IL

2006      Rob Erdle Watercolor Award, Denton, TX

Press & Publication

2019      EyesToWards the Dove, Wind-Scoured Scribes Enchanted At Mother Gallery

                  ARTSLANT, Mini Interview, Online

2016      Paper Mag, Meet Chinatown’s New Art Gang

2014      Moon Dust, THE SEEN Journal

2013      What’s Cooking an Interview with Scott Reeder, Proximity Magazine

2011, Manifest Exhibitions Review

        , by Jennifer Swann

                  Time Out Chicago, critic’s pick for A Coupling at Hungryman Gallery

                  Bad at Sports, Top 5 Weekend Picks for A Coupling at Hungryman Gallery

        , spotlight of A Coupling by Steve Ruiz


2011      MCA, Chicago, Gonzalez-Torres’ Paperstacks SAIC Designed Object Department

                  SAIC, Chicago, Multum in Parvo