Born 1991 Hayward, CA
Lives and works in San Diego, CA 

 

Education

2019     MFA Visual Arts, University of California, San Diego; La Jolla, CA (anticipated)

2014     BFA Studio Art, New York University; New York, NY 

 

Solo Exhibitions

2017     In Transition, Studio 34, Long Island City, NY

2014     Azaadi Zindabad // Long Live Freedom, 80WSE Broadway Windows, New York, NY 

 

Group Exhibitions

2018     You Are Here, San Diego Central Library, San Diego, CA

2017     We Lived Here, 238 Irving, Bushwick, NY

2017     Small Art Show, Gallery Shoshinkan, Nagano, Japan
2017     For These Times, Vision Festival 22, Judson Memorial Church, New York, NY
2016     ¿Qué Pasa, USA?, La Esquina, Charlotte Street Foundation, Kansas City, MO

2016     Bowie-Ween Pop-Up Exhibition, Islip Art Museum, East Islip, NY
2016     Studio 34 Open Studios Group Exhibition, Studio 34, Long Island City, NY
2016     Break the Floor, Rabbithole Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2015     Studio 34 Open Studios Group Exhibition, Studio 34, Long Island City, NY
2014     In This Place, In this Time, Commons and Rosenberg Galleries, New York, NY
2012     Neither/Nor, Rosenberg Gallery, New York, NY
2011     Within___Distance, Brooklyn Artist Space, Brooklyn, NY
2011     We’ll Talk Tomorrow, Commons Gallery, New York, NY 

 

Awards

2013     Wachtell Lipton Rosen Katz Scholarship
2012     May and Samuel Rudin Foundation Multimedia Technology Scholarship 

 

 

Bibliography

2016     Annie Raab. “Charlotte Street’s bold, searching Que Pasa USA? deserves to be answered.” The Pitch. December 20, 2016. https://www.pitch.com/arts-entertainment/visual-art/blog/20847308/charlotte-streets-bold-searching-que-pasa-usa-deserves-to-be-answered 

2016     Issac Logsdon. Interview. “Maya Grace Misra on Decentering American Emblems and Iconography.” Informality Art + Culture Blog. November 6, 2016. http:// informalityblog.com/maya-grace-misra- on-decentering-american-emblems-and- iconography/ 

2016     Patricia Bordallo Dibildox. “Don’t Tread on Us: Disrupting Symbols of Cultural Assimilation.” The Collective Gap. November 23, 2016. http://collectivegap.info/bordallo- dont-tread-on-us/ 

2016     “Charlotte Street asks a timely question, leading your Third Friday rounds.” The Pitch. November 16, 2016. http://www.pitch.com/arts-entertainment/visual-art/blog/20843569/ charlotte-street-asks-a- timely-question-leading-your-third-friday-rounds 

2016     “Charlotte Street Foundation Exhibit Examines What it Means to Be U.S. Citizen Today.” Image credit and exhibition feature. 435 Magazine. Accessed November 29, 2016. http:// www.435mag.com/ Charlotte-Street-Foundation-Que-Pasa-USA/ 

2016     Maria Vasquez Boyd. Interview with curator Lynnette Miranda. KKFI Community Radio: ArtSpeak Radio. Kansas City, MO. November 16, 2016. 

2016     “Bowie-Ween Pop-Up Exhibition.” Digital Catalogue. B.Y.O. Fest. http://bit.ly/2fSxVLO 

2014     NYU Steinhardt Recommends: Long Live Freedom by Maya Grace Misra at Broadway Windows. At a Glance: News From the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development, June 13, 2014. http://steinhardt.nyu.edu/site/ataglance/2014/06/misra- broadway-windows.html 

2011     56 days. Issue 1. Summer 2011. New York, NY.