Emma Tamar Stern
b. 1992
lives + works in Brooklyn, NY. USA


Education
2010 – 2014, B.F.A. Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY


Solo Exhibitions

2021 Revenge Body @ Carl Kostyal, London, UK

2020 Slow Fade @ The Newsstand, Los Angeles, CA
2015 Tabs @ Stream Gallery, Brooklyn, NY


2 and 3-Person Exhibitions
2019 Fever Lure @ Selena’s Mountain, Brooklyn, NY
2018 Cheek to the Cliff @ Love Unlimited Glasgow, Glasgow, UK
2018 Innocence @ Superdutchess Gallery, New York, NY


Selected Group Exhibitions

2020 06 @ PM/AM, London, UK

2020 Escapism @ Meredith Rosen Gallery, New York, NY

2020 American Woman @ Allouche Benias Gallery, Athens, GR
2019 Chámps-Elysée @ 427 Gallery, Riga, Latvia
2019 Post Analogue Studio @ The Hole, New York, NY
2019 Main Attractions @ Lubov, New York, NY
2018 SKINS @ Greenpoint Terminal Gallery, New York, NY
2018 New Releases @ New Release Gallery, New York, NY
2018 Small @ Galerie Manque, Brooklyn, NY
2018 On The Tip Of My Tongue @ Cloaca Projects (curated by BBQLA), San Francisco, CA
2018 I’m Sorry, I Didn’t Quite Catch That @ Arebyte Gallery, London, UK
2018 Stranger In A Strange Land @ Castor Gallery, New York, NY
2017 Virtually Real @ VR World NYC, New York, NY
2017 Life 2.0 @ Is This It, The Wrong Biennial (online)
2017 Paradise On Mars @ OJ Gallery, Istanbul, Turkey
2017 Eyes, Nose, Lips, Etc., Etc. (curated by Ryan Travis Christian) @ Left Field Gallery, San Luis Opisbo, CA
2017 Nature’s Bounty @ 0-0 L.A., Los Angeles, CA
2017 Better Living Through Technology @ Galerie Manque, Brooklyn, NY
2016 Airplane Mode @ Superfine! Fair, Miami FL
2016 Body Language @ Powrplnt, Brooklyn, NY
2014 Witness Above Ground, @ Gallery 151, New York, NY
2014 Polish, ROX Gallery @ New York NY
2014 One Or More (curated by Greg Drasler) @ Galapagos, Brooklyn, NY
2014 Pivot @ Pratt Institute Fine Arts Gallery, Brooklyn, NY


PUBLICATIONS
2019 Important Magazine issue 02: Advance Or Remain
2018 isthisit? Issue 04, curated and edited by Bob Bicknell-Knight
2018 The Finder (Ethnography of the Personal Interface), curated and edited by Wade Wallerstein