Anna Ostoya

Anna Ostoya (b. 1978 in Krakow, Poland)

Lives and works in New York, New York


2009 Whitney Independent Study Program, Studio Program, New York, NY

2006 Städelschule, Frankfurt/M, MFA

2001 Parsons School of Art and Design, Paris, France, BFA

1997 Barbara Leoniak ZAR Atelier, Krakow

Anna Ostoya, born in Kraków, lives and works in New York. She
has had solo exhibitions at Zacheta National Gallery, La Kunsthalle
Mulhouse, and CCA Kronika. Her work has been shown in Art on the
Grid organized by the Public Art Fund, at Kunsthaus Baselland, at Tate
St. Ives, the 2015 Lyon Biennial, at the Museum of Modern Art, the
Power Plant Toronto, the CCS Bard College, Manifesta 7 Rovereto,
and the Second Athens Biennial. She studied at the Städelschule in
Frankfurt/M and the Parsons School in Paris and attended the Whitney
Independent Study Program in New York. In Spring 2021 Mack Books
will publish “Politics and Passions”, an art book by Ostoya and Chantal

Group shows at Ceysson Gallery
To Lean Into, New York
March 05 - April 16, 2022

Selected Solo Exhibitions


Motions, Bortolami Gallery, New York, NY


Oceanic Feelings, Tegenboschvanvreden, Amsterdam, Netherlands


Anna Ostoya, Bortolami, New York, NY


Zacheta National Gallery, curated by Maria Brewinska, Warsaw, Poland


Alte sachlichkeit, Silberkuppe, Berlin, Germany

Slaying, Bortolami, New York, NY


Anna Ostoya, La Kunsthalle, Mulhouse, France

Disclosures (Post-Production), with Barbara Leoniak, Tegenboschvanvreden, Amsterdam,


Rips: Future Works, Silberkuppe, Berlin, Germany

Disclosures, Bortolami, New York, NY


Autopis III. Notes, Copies and Masterpieces, Siberkuppe, Berlin, Germany

Exposures, Bortolami, New York, NY

Autopis II. Notes, Copies and Masterpieces, curated by Michal Jachula, Tegenboschvanvreden
Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands


Autopsis. Notes, Copies and Masterpieces, curated by Michal Jachula, Foksal Gallery, Warsaw,

From a to ∞, CCA Kronika, Bytom, Poland


More Real Than What We See, curated by Antonio Grulli, Car Projects, Bologna, Italy


The Object and the Non-Objective World, curated by Dagmar Heppner, Vrits, Basel, Switzerland


It Might Be a Truth or a Lie, or Just the Sound of a Kiss, Schnittraum, Cologne, Germany