Mira Dancy

Born in 1979, United Kingdom
Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY

2009 MFA, Visual Arts, Columbia University, School of the Arts, New York, NY 2001 BA, Studio Art, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
2000 Yale University Summer Session, School of Art, Norfolk, CT
Group shows at Ceysson Gallery
September 26, 2015 - January 30, 2016

Solo Exhibitions

KANSAS, Bodytonic, New York, United States

Night Gallery, No Eyes For Irma, Los Angeles, United States

Monya Rowe Gallery, Go Forth By Day Again, New York, United States

Group Exhibitions

Feed the Meter, Galerie Bernard Ceysson, Luxembourg, Luxembourg

NADA NYC, Night Gallery, Black Sky Sirens, New York, NY Thierry-Goldberg Gallery, Mira Dancy/Jessica Williams/Summer Wheat, New
York, United States
Artadia Foundation, Cutting Across the Horizon/ Works by Alice Shaw & Mira Dancy, Brooklyn, United States

Night Gallery, Invagination Requires Write to Life, Los Angeles, United States
Projekt 722, Temperature, Brooklyn, United States
LA Platform, Night Gallery, Barcelona, Santa Monica, United States
Bull and Ram, Christian Sampson/Mira Dancy/Sasha Braunig, Brooklyn, NY Primetime, Jennifer Sullivan: It's A Process, with special guest appearances by Mira Dancy & Debo Eilers, Brooklyn, United States
Pioneers of Inspiration, Greasy Luck, Brooklyn, United States
Hanns Eisler Nail Salon, Invagination: Hunger is Real, Brooklyn, United States
Wavers, Curated and hosted by EJ Hauser and Rob Nadeau, Brooklyn, United States

NADA Art Fair, Night Gallery Booth, Miami, United States
Invagination/ A Seagull Presents Woman To Woman, 6-8 Months Space, New York, United States
Sara Meltzer Gallery, Tidepool, MADAM performance, New York, United States

Participant, Inc., Collective Show, New York, United States
Night Gallery, MADAM hosts: Accessorx, Los Angeles, United States
Economy Projects, Das Heilmittel, Frankfurt, Germany
SouthFirst, Acts Are For Actors, Brooklyn, United States
French Neon Pop-Up Space, Visionary/Visions Are Scary, Brooklyn, NY Night Gallery, Private Life, Los Angeles, United States
Invagination: The Death of a Hamster, New York, United States
Exit Art, New Mirrors, New York, United States

Silver Shed Gallery, ABCyz, New York, United States
C.R.E.A.M Projects, Whitney's Biennial, Brooklyn, United States
Heist Gallery, Jennifer Sullivan's It's A Process: Garage Sale, New York, United States
Eighth Veil, WRONG: A Program of Word and Image, Los Angeles, United States
Fisher Landau Center for Art, Columbia University MFA Thesis Exhibition, Queens, United States

Pop-Up, Hallways And Forever, Brooklyn, NY 2007 Max Protetch, Unfathom, New York, United States.
MASS Gallery, Popular Hallucinations for the Home, Austin, United States
Smack Mellon Gallery, Re:Generation - Emerging Women Artists, Brooklyn, United States
Kentler International Drawing Space, Re:Generation - Works on Paper, Brooklyn, United States

Riverside Art Museum, Painting's Edge, Riverside, CA. Second venue: Kate Johnson Art Gallery at Fullerton College, United States

Mabel Smith Douglass Library, Re:Generation - The 35th Anniversary of The Douglass College Women Artists Series, Rutgers University, United States
Flux Factory, Almost Something, Queens, United States
Schroeder Romero, Somewhere Outside It, Brooklyn, United States
Planaria Gallery, Sympathetic Magic, New York, NY. 2004 Tank Annex Gallery, Opera Everyday, New York, United States
Diamantina Gallery, I Mean A Way ofLove and Painting, Brooklyn, United States

Grants and Fellowships

Toby Fund Award

D'Arcy Hayman Scholarship Award, Columbia University

John Bard Award, Bard College

Ellen Battell Stoeckel Fellowship, Yale University School of Art 1999 Suzanne Clements Zimmer Prize, Bard College

Reid, Caris, "Look", Dossier Journal, May 14, 2013
Rosenberg, Karen, "A Roving Art Fair Finds a Home Court Advantage", NY Times, May 10, 2013

Johnson, Alexis. "Paint the Town", LA Confidential, Sept. 2012 (pp 110-111)

Tam, Herb. "Painting in 2030", Mind Spray, September 2011
Rumble, Eric, "Jennifer Castle + Mira Dancy = Otherworldly Witness", LPWTF (lpwtf.tumblr), Summer 2011

FRV Magazine, "Art", Summer 2010
Reid, Caris. "Look," Dossier Journal, May 14, 2010
Butler, Sharon. "New Mirrors: Painting in a Transparent World" The Brooklyn Rail, Feb. 2010

After Stanley Donen. Edited by Jibade-Khalil Huffman, published by Eighth Veil/Paper Chase Press, Los Angeles

Popular Hallucinations for the Home. Text by Karen Davidson. Produced by Mass Gallery and Refraction Arts

Bard College, Studio Art Department, Senior Seminar Guest Lecturer & Critic 2007 Bard College, Studio Art Department, Alumni Artist Panel and Guest Lecturer 2006

Re:Generation/35th Anniversary of the Mary H. Dana Women Artists Series. Catalog spublished by Douglass College and Rutgers University Libraries

Brooklyn College MFA Program, Guest Lecturer & Critic

Bard College, Studio Art Department, Senior Seminar Guest Lecturer & Critic