Born in New Jersey, 1995
Lives and works in New York, NY
2018 BFA, Painting, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI
2018 BA, Modern Culture and Media Studies, Brown University, Providence, RI
2022 Christian Franzen / Ernesto Renda, In Lieu Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2020 Dithering, Moskowitz Bayse Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Janie Korn / Ernesto Renda, Empty Circle Space, Brooklyn, NY
Frottage Works, The National ARts Club, New York, NY
2018 Sex Ed, Perry and Marty Granoff Center, Brown University, Providence, RI
2017 Pleas_xplore, RISD Fitness Center, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI
2015 Bacchanal curated by Andrew Alexander, Providence, RI
2013 Function following Form, The Unitarian Church Gallery, Summit, NJ
2022 Surprise!, Tilton Gallery, New York, NY
Life in an Ivory Tower, curated by Jack Siebert, 75 Kenmare St, New York, NY
Dream Weaver, Grove Collective, London, UK
The Views, curated by Zoe Fisher, Moskowitz Bayse Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Shin Gallery at Sun Potion Casita, Santa Barbara, CA
2021 Silver Daze, Shin Gallery, New York, NY
Call it Winter, National Arts Club, New York, NY
Higher Power: Brothers@ Benefit, curated by K.O. Nnamdie, New York, NY
Intertwined, curated by Alex Allenchey, 1969 Gallery, New York, NY
At One's Side, curated by Melike Baskoylu, Thames Art Center, Brooklyn, NY
Here, There, Everywhere, Riverfront Gallery at Yonkers Public LIbrary, Yonkers, NY
Summer Stage, Auxier Kline, New York, NY (online)
Roots taking Root, James Fuentes LLC, New York, NY
Timely, 11 Newel Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Painting a Narrative, National Arts Club, New York, NY
Afterlight, curated by Kyle Hittmeier and Amanda Nedham, Field Projects Gallery, New York, NY
Flame Tree, curated by Bony Ramirez, Regular Normal Gallery, New York, NY
A Howl is Also a Prayer, curated by John Brooks, Wilson Gallery, Georgetown College, KY
2020 We Must Begin Wherever We Are, curated by Ernesto Renda, Zürcher Gallery, New York, NY
Friends with Benefits, High Noon Gallery, New York, NY (online)
Queer Art Benefit 2020, The Center (LGBT Community Center) (online)
2019 Show #3, Trophycase Gallery (online)
SMUT, curated by Liam Cotter, Con Artist Collective, New York, NY
2018 38th Annual Juried Student Exhibition, curated by Sophia Narrett and Kalia Brookss Nelson,
David Winton Bell Gallery, Providence, RI
This Tuesday, RISD Memorial Hall Gallery, Providence, RI
Senior Painting Exhibition, RISD Woods-Gerry Gallery, Providence, RI
Brown Arts Initiative Grant Awardees Exhibition, Atrium Gallery, Brown University, Providence, RI
Annual Brown-RISD Dual Degree Student Exhibition, Cohen Gallery, Brown University, Providence, RI
2017 Me and Daddy, curated by Noah Pica, RISD Benson Hall Gallery, Providence, RI
2016 Of Scale, curated by Ernesto Renda, Granoff Center, Brown University, Providence, RI
2015 Spring Arts Festival, Granoff Center, Brown University, Providence, RI
2013 24-Hour Art Show, Providence, RI
2021 Silver Art Projects Residency
2018 Brown Arts Initiative Fellowship at Performa Biennial NYC
2017 Brown Arts Initiative Student Project Grant
Andrew Woolbright. “Scene + Sensoria”, Two Coats of Paint, August 13, 2021.
Panero, James. “Critic’s Notebook.” The New Criterion, June 14, 2021.
Blaisdell, India. “Ernesto Renda: The Intersection of Queer Film and Fine Art.” ArtinRes, June 2021.
Yaniv, Etty. “Painting the Narrative at the National Arts Club; In Dialogue with Dee Shaprio.” Art Spiel, June 2021.
Levine, Maggie. “#20: Painting the Narrative.” ArtWrite, May 2021.
ArtViewer. “Sit… Play dead at Super Dutchess.” January 2021.
Cruz, Cristina. “Editors’ Picks: Empty Circle Exhibition.” Artnet News, October 2020.
Cruz, Cristina. “Editors’ Pickls: We Must Begin Wherever We Are.” Artnet News , August 2020.
Gayletter. “The LGBT Center in NY is Hosting a Queer Art Benefit.” May 2020.
Reese, Melanie. “Pre-Social Distancing Nostalgia.” ArtinRes, May 2020.
Cruz, Cristina. “Editors’ Picks: National Arts Club Exhibition.” Artnet News, February 2020.
Balaclava.q. “Ernesto Renda & The Queerealities of Seeing is Believing.” January 2020.
Law and Order Party. “Charmed at Yellow Peril Gallery.” April 2018.
RISD News. “Queering Space.” February 2018.