CHLOE SEIBERT
b. 1989; Queens, NY
Lives and works in Queens, NY

EDUCATION 
2011 
BFA, School of the Art Institute of Chicago; Chicago, IL 
BFA, Glasgow School of Art; Glasgow, Scotland 

SOLO AND TWO-PERSON EXHIBITIONS 
2022 
Retiring the Attic, with Sarah Fripon, Tilling; Montreal, Canada 
Chaos Pony, ASHES/ASHES; New York, NY 
2021 
Sacred Demon of Ungovernable Mischief, No Place Gallery; Columbus, OH 
2020 
24 Hour Free Kitchen Mutual Aid Worldwide, Helena Anrather; New York, NY 
2019 
Dog and Pony, with Morgan Mandalay, No Place Gallery; Columbus, OH 
2018 
Say Sorry, Mickey; Chicago, IL 
2017 
HERETIC, Queer Thoughts; New York, NY 
2016 
Nightmare Heart, Efrain Lopez Gallery; Chicago, IL 
2015 
Never Stop Following Your Fucking Dreams, COOPER COLE; Toronto, Canada 
CHLOE SEIBERT WHOʼS HE?, Interstate Projects; Brooklyn, NY 
Night Cage, with Brian Kokoska, Johannes Vogt; New York, NY 
2014 
Psycho Angel, Courtney Blades; Chicago, IL 
2013 
Hi Itʼs Me, Queer Thoughts; Chicago, IL 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS 
2021 
Best in Show, Jack Hanley Gallery; New York, NY 
Sunny Side Up, SUNNY; New York, NY 
2019 
Grey Garden, Night Gallery; Los Angeles, CA 
L’Amour, curated by TZVETNIK, BDSM Lounge; Berlin, Germany 
The New Unnatural, The Ukrainian Institute Museum of Art; Chicago, IL 
2018 
My Most Striking Feature Is My Fist, Karma International; Los Angeles, CA 
I am no bird..., ltd. los angeles; Los Angeles, CA 
Terribly Vulnerable and Terribly Hard, COOPER COLE; Toronto, Canada 
2017 
How Deep Is Your Love?, COOPER COLE; Toronto, Canada 
Amazing Girls/It’s Complicated, Kevinspace; Vienna, Austria 
Duckmanagement, initiated by Peggy Pehl and Armand Leouturier; Berlin, Germany 
The New Normal, The Hangar; Beirut, Lebanon 
2016 
Aunt Nancy, Night Gallery; Los Angeles, CA 
It Can Howl, Atlanta Contemporary; Atlanta, GA 
The Great Depression, Balice Hertling; Paris, France 
2015 
just frustration, curated by Iben Bach Elstrom and Tom Clark, 68; Copenhagen, Denmark 
Where the Awning Flaps, organized by Queer Thoughts and Franklin Melendez, Eric Hussenot; Paris, France 
Bananas, Gallery Diet; Miami, FL 
Rainbow, Queer Thoughts; Nicaragua 
2014 
Cocktails 5, Queer Thoughts; Chicago, IL 
Special Madness, curated by Keith J. Varadi, David Shelton Gallery; Houston, TX 
Ev Ery Thing Zen?, Jancar Jones; Los Angeles, CA 
Plop Fall the Plums, Bodega; New York, NY 
Turnkey of Forever After, Bed Stuy Love Affair; Brooklyn, NY 
2013 
Guyth, Dos Perros Projects; Chicago, IL 
24 Hours/25 Days, New Capital; Chicago, IL 
Cocktails 4, Suzanne Geiss Company (online) 
2011 
BYOB Chicago, Museum of Contemporary Art; Chicago, IL 
Reference Work, Museum of Contemporary Art; Chicago, IL 
Young Contemporaries, Courtney Blades; Chicago, IL 
Cocktails II, Bodega; Philadelphia, PA 

BIBLIOGRAPHY 
An Interview with Almog Cohen-Kashi, Le Chauffage, Spring 2020 
Cooper, Ashton, Critic’s Pick: ‘My Most Striking Feature Is M Fist’ at Karma International, Artforum, October 2018 
Nelson, Erin Jane, Review: It Can Howl at Atlanta Contemporary, Art Papers, July/August 2016
Relyea, Laura, Review: “It Can Howl and Southern Identity vs. Southern Perception,: ArtsATL, July 2016 
Sierztupowski, Kate, “Breakout Artists of 2015: Chicagoʼs Next Generation of Image Makers,” Newcity, April 2015 
Schwendener, Martha, “10 Galleries To Visit In Brooklyn And Queens,” The New York Times, April 2015 
Pearlina-Weston, Cherise, Review: Special Madness at David Shelton Gallery, Arts and Culture TX, October 2014 
Morris, Matt, Review: Guyth at Dos Perros Projects, Newcity, September 2014 
Foumberg, Jason, “Eye Exam: New Moves in Chicago Sculpture,” Newcity, April 2013
Foumberg, Jason, “By Appointment Only: Viewing Art Privately in Chicago,” Art In America, July 9 2013 
“Art Basel Miami Beach Meme Watch: Cigarette Sculptures,” Blouin ArtInfo, December 7 2012 56