Born 1987, Bangladesh
Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA and Portland, OR
2013 MFA Fine Art – Otis College of Art and Design
2009 BFA Studio Art – University of Minnesota Twin Cities
Srijon Chowdhury, Foxy Production, NY
A Divine Dance, Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles, CA
Revelation Theater, Curated by Antoine Levi, Conceptual Fine Arts Live, Milano, Italy
Before Dreams, Antoine Levi, Paris, France
The Coldest Night, Upfor, Portland, OR
Endings, two person with Bobbi Woods, The Art Gym, Portland, OR
Memory Theater, Upfor, Portland, OR
Since The Garden, Klowden Mann, Los Angeles, CA
The Garden, Klowden Mann, Los Angeles, CA
Believer – MFA Thesis, Helen Bolsky Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Nepotism, The Gallery, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Barely Furtive Pleasures, Curated by Olivia Aherne, Nir Altman, Munich, Germany
Condo New York. Foxy Production, New York, NY
Futures of Love, Magasins Généraux, Pantin, France
White Columns 2019 Benefit Auction Exhibition. White Columns, New York, NY
Cicatrices. VO Curations, London, UK
Portraits, Foxy Production, New York, NY
Swamp Thing vs Man Thing, Et Al, San Fransisco, CA
February, curated by Jenni Crain and Lydia Glenn Murray, Roberta Pelan, Toronto, Canada
Water & Dreams, Curated by Katy Cowan, The Green Gallery, Milwaukee, WI
July Kamikazes: Blue, Pøst, Los Angeles, CA
Ours is a City of Writers, LAMAG, Los Angeles, CA
Out Of Sight, Seattle, WA
Imperceptibly and Slowly Opening, Vox Populi, Philadelphia, PA
Imperceptibly and Slowly Opening, Sector 2337, Chicago, IL
The Great Debate About Art, UpFor, Portland, OR
Source Amnesia, Klowden Mann, Los Angeles, CA
Sincerely Yours, Torrance Art Museum, Torrance, CA
The Beautiful Changes, RH Conemporary Art, New York, NY
Fictions, Klowden Mann, Los Angeles, CA
Incognito, Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, CA
Not-Knowing, Jaus, Los Angeles, CA
Walk the Line, Launch Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Chess Set curated by Andrew Berardini, Helen Bolsky Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
LAndscapes, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL
2018 – Oregon Arts Commision Career Opportunity Grant
2018 – Project Grant – Regional Arts and Culture Council
2018 – Oregon Arts Commision Individual Artists Fellowship
2017 – Precipice Fund – The Andy Warhol Foundation, Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, Calligram Foundation
2016 – Nominee for Joan Mitchell Emerging Artist Grant
2015 – Nominee for Pulse Prize
2014 – Nominee for Rema Hort Mann Foundation Grant
2012 – Otis Governors Grant
Fateman, Johanna. “Srijon Chowdhury.” The New Yorker 20 Apr. 2020: 6.
Storm, Rebecca. “Srijon Chowdhury at Foxy Production.” The Editorial Magazine 7 Apr. 2020. Web.
Cruz, Cristina. “Editors’ Picks: 8 Things Not to Miss in the Virtual Art World This Week: 6. “Srijon Chowdhury” at Foxy Production.” Artnet 16 Mar. 2020. Web.
Gerwin, Daniel. “Srijon Chowdhury.” Artforum 14 Dec. 2019
Preston Zappas, Lindsay. “Art Insider Nov. 14: Romance of fatherhood, digitally-influenced paintings, and more.” KCRW 14 Nov. 2019. Web.
Gilsdorf, Bean. “Portland’s Artist-Run Spaces Thrive Under the Radar.” Art in America 12 Dec. 2019. Web.
Schwendener, Martha and Will Heinrich. “At Frieze New York, Islands of Daring.” The New York Times 2 May 2019: C13.
Abrams, Loney. “At Frieze, Galleries Are “Risking it” with Newly Represented Artists: Here Are 7 Highlights.” Artspace 2 May 2019. Web.
Pirovano, Stefano. “Emerging artists to watch: Srijon Chowdhury and his dark positivity.” Conceptual Fine Arts 26 Mar. 2019. Web.
Leiman, Layla. “What does it mean to be alive today? In conversation with Srijon Chowdhury.” Art Maze Magazine Issue 11. Winter. 2019: 42-55.
Gifford, Ashley. “Utopian Visions with Srijon Chowdhury.” Art Practical 16 Oct. 2018. Web.
Bergman, Aeron and Alejandra Salinas. “Chicken Coop Contemporary.” OEI #82-83: Art in the Age of Kleptomania Nov. 2018: 200-207.
Kissick, Dean. “The Downward Spiral: Portland.” Spike Art Magazine Sept. 2018.
Motley, John. “Endings.” The Art Gym No. 80. 2018.
Gary Brewer, “Studio Visit: Srijon Chowdhury,” Art and Cake, July 30, 2017. (online)
Sharon Mizota, “Review: Srijon Chowdhury paintings pull you in for a closer look,” Los Angeles Times, September 16, 2016. (print, online)
Michael A. F. Whitney Kimball, “We Went to Philly Part 1: Vox Populi,” Artfcity, June 21, 2016. (online)
Richard Speer, “Artist Profile: Srijon Chowdhury,” art ltd. magazine, May/June 2016. (print, online)
Erik Odin Cathcart, “Momento mori,” Imagine Zero, May 29, 2016. (online)
Nim Wunnan, “Srijon Chowdhury: Remembering Memory,” Oregon ArtsWatch, May 20, 2016. (online)
DJ Pangburn, “Ritual, Fetish and Infinity Collide in a Memory Theater,” The Creators Project, May 15, 2016. (online)
Karen Kedmey, “Srijon Chowdhury Mines the Universe’s Memories for his ‘Memory Theater,’” Artsy, April 27, 2016. (online)
Jason Foumberg, “Surrealism Takes Center Stage at This MCA Show,” Chicago Magazine, November 2015Kate Sierzputowski, “Pausing to Consider how Plants React to Humans,” Hyperallergic, November 15, 2015
Claire Voon, “At Pulse Miami Beach, Plants, Plants Everywhere,” Hyperallergic, December 2, 2015.
Katherine McMahon, “Source Amnesia at Klowden Mann,” ARTnews, July 23, 2015.
Billmohrpoet.com “Sincerely Yours” – Torrance Art Museum
Thanassuming.wordpress.com Sublime and/or Rehearsal: What is the meaning of a painting