Born in Bloomfield, IA
Lives in Connecticut and works in NY and Israel

2003 MFA, Photography, Yale University, New Haven, CT
1997 Forensic & Biomedical Photography Certification, Metro-Dade County, Forensic Imaging Bureau, Miami, FL
1995 BFA, Media Arts, Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Minneapplois, MN

Perchance to Dream, Andrea Meislin Gallery, New York, NY
The Kids are Alright, Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover, MA
The Kids are Alright, The Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC

Quinzaine Photographique Nantaise Festival, Nantes, FR
The Kids are Alright, John Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI
A Prayer is a Prayer is a Prayer, Andrea Meislin Gallery, NY
Black and White, and Re(a)d All Over, The Bogart Salon, Brooklyn, NY

Crime Unseen, Museum of Contemporary Photography at Columbia College, Chicago, IL
Snapshot of a Generation, Wentrup Gallery, Berlin, Germany
New Pictures 4: Angela Strassheim, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Perlman Gallery, MN
FRESH, Burnet Collection Art Gallery, Minneapolis, MN
Midnight Party, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN
Keep Out You Thieving Bastards, Hendershot Gallery, NY

Past/Forward, Honor Fraser Gallery, Culver City, Los Angeles, CA (2 person show)

Evidence, Marvelli Gallery, NY (solo exhibition)
Worlds Away, New Suburban Landscapes, Yale School of Architecture, New Haven, CT
Little History of Photography, Pequeña Historia Da Fotographia, Centro Galego De Arte Contemporanea, Santiago de Compostela, SP
Family Traces, Israel Museum, Jerusalem, IL

I Won’t Grow Up, Cheim & Read, New York, NY
Angela Strassheim Photographs, Monterey Museum of Art, CA (solo exhibition)
Rencontres Internationales de la Photographie, Arles, FR (solo exhibition)
Role Models: Feminine Identity in Contemporary American Photography 1975-2005, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC
World’s Away: New Suburban Landscapes, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN
Presumed Innocence, DeCordova Musuem, Lincoln, MA
World Histories, Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, IA
Coming of Age, Minnesota Museum of American Art, St. Paul, MN

Sir Elton John Collection, Pinchuk Art Center, Kiev, Ukraine
Hunter and Hunted, Sara Teccia Roma, New York, NY
Vantage Points, Carleton College, Northfield, MN (commissioned work)
McKnight Grant Recipient Exhibition, Minneapolis Center for Photography, MN
Angela Strassheim Photographs, Burnet Collection Art Gallery, Minneapolis, MN (Solo Exhibition)
On the Scene, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL
Galeria Moises Perez de Albeniz, Pamplona, SP

News: Recent Acquisitions in Contemporary Art, Israel Museum, Jerusalem, IL
Pause,Marvelli Gallery, New York, NY (solo exhibition)
Left Behind, Faulconer Gallery, Grinnell College, Grinnell, IA (solo exhibition)
Jerome Foundation Fellowship Exhibition, Minneapolis, MN
The Whitney Biennial: Day For Night, Whitney Museum, New York, NY
reGeneration, Aperture Foundation, New York, NY

reGeneration, Musée de l’Elysée, Lausanne, Switzerland
Traces and Omens, Noorderlicht Photofestival, Groningen, Netherlands
Left Behind, Marvelli Gallery, New York, NY (solo exhibition)

Black Milk, Marvelli Gallery, New York, NY

Women in Photography – Lightside Individual Project Grant, for Evidence project, NYC

Bush Foundation Artist Fellowship, St. Paul, MN
McKnight Foundation, Photography Fellowship, Minneapolish, MN

MCAD/Jerome Foundation Fellowship, Minneapolish, MN
Artist Initiative Grant, Minnesota State Arts Board

Hannah Bacon, “Art for Breakfast: Angela Strassheim, Evidence No. 10,”, February 15, 2013

Stephen Knudsen, "Prying Religion, Sexuality, Self-Identity, and Forensics: A Conversation with Angela Strassheim," ArtPulse Magazine, July.
John Veinot, “Pathologist Offers a Guided Tour of Five Different Hearts,” SCOPE, Video, Stanford School of Medicine, May.
Ann Chin, “Tell-Tale Hearts: What Autopsies Reveal About This Vital Organ,” Scientific American, May.
June Williamson, “Designing Suburban Futures.”

James Melia, “Crime Unseen, Violence Is All Around Us," PBS News Hour, Art Beat, Dec 8.
Sam Worley, “Crime Unseen,” Chicago Reader, Events, Critic’s Pick, October 8.
Marianne Combs, “The Evidence That Remains.” NPR News, State of the Arts, April 11.
"Evidence: Forensic Photography as Art," NPR’s Science Friday, Science & the Arts, March 31.
Mary Abbe, “Dark Star Rising,” Minneapois Star Tribune, March 25.
Hayden’s Ferry Review, Edition #48, April, p. 182-186.
Martina Marosi, “Things Left Behind,” MN Daily, March 24.
Pieter Wisse, “500 Photographers,” Photographer #267, April 12.
Emma Allen, “Finding Art in Murder’s Traces,” ARTINFO, Global Edition, Q&A, April 4.
Dear Dave Magazine, Issue 9, April, pp. 77.
Milton Esterow, “The Top 10 Photo Collectors,” Artnews, March

Pete Brook, “Photographer Exposes Crime Scenes, With a Dash of Chemistry," Wired, Raw File, December 15
Water-Stone Review, Volume 13.

BlindSpot, Issue 41, December. pp. 62-65.
Michel Eltchaninoff, "Un Grand Pas Pour L'Humanite," Philosophie Magazine, March, pp. 50-51.
Benjamin Ogilvy, "'Worlds Away is Close to Home," Yale Daily News, April 3.
Smadar Sheffi, "A Family Affair," Haartez Guide, August 28.
David Tidmarsh, "Suburbia Seduces in Art & Architecture," Yale Daily News, March 3.

"Angela Strassheim Exhibits at Monterey Museum of Art," Art Daily, October 11.
"Artist Strassheim Debuts at Monterey Museum of Art," The Monterey County Herald, Sept 12.
"Family Photographs," The Californian, October 8.
Marcelle Polednik, "Angela Strassheim," Monterey: Monterey Museum of Art
Kurt Shaw, "Carnegie Exhibit Examines Why Suburbia Exists," Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Oct 5.
Susan Fisher Sterling, Kathryn A. Wat, "Role Models: Feminine Identity in
Contemporary American Photography," Women in the Arts, Fall. p. 8-13
Lisa Crawford Watson, "Evocative or Provocative? Angela Strassheim Photo Exhibit Opens at Monterey Museum of Art," Monterey County Herald, October 10.
Laura Burkhalter, "World Histories," NY Arts, 24 July.
"World Histories," Art Papers, September/October.
Mary Abbe, “Art: Bringing the ‘burbs Back into Focus,” StarTribune, February 14.
Mark Feeney, “Children Should be Seen…” The Boston Globe, February 9.
Christopher Hawthorne, “Exhibition Offers New Views of Suburbia,” Los Angeles Times, Feb 25.
Catherine Killingsworth, “Picturing the Dead,” Yale Daily News, February 8.
Pozyryw Tozamosc, "Left Behind," Summer, pp.46-53
"Les Rencontres D’Arles Photography 2008," Actes Sud, Verona, June. pp. 394–401
Céline Mallet, "Back From the Dead," Magazine, October/November. pp. 56-57
Susan O’Hagan, "Arles Dressed Up for the Summer," The Observer, July 13.
Emma Pearse, “Little Girls in Big Beds: Contemporary Photographers Explore Childhood,” New York Magazine, February 15.
"Presumed Innocence," Decordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Lincoln, Massachusetts, January, pp. 57, 104, 148-149
John Sand, “Feels Like Home,” The Minnesota Daily, February 21.
"Worlds Away, New Suburban Landscapes," Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota, February. pp. 300-304, 315
"Worlds Away, New Suburban Landscapes," Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, August.

Doug Hanson, “Art: A Mixed Bag,” StarTribune, August 30.
Mary Abbe, “Art: Seeworthy: Angela Strassheim,” StarTribune, May 4.
Marianne Combs, “Strassheim Views the Familiar Through a Distant Lens,”
Minnesota Public Radio, May 7.
Artnet, Alan G. “Critic’s Pick,” Chicago Tribune, May 19.
Chicago Reader, Galleries & Museums, May 18, pp. 22.
Callie Clark-Wiren, “Submission and Rebellion,”, July.
Andrzej Lawn, “Angela Strassheim,” Flash Art, Jan/Feb.
Ruth Lopez, “Thinking Outside the Box,” TimeOut, Chicago, May 24.
“On the Scene: Kota Ezawa, Sarah Hobbs, Angela Strassheim,”
The Art Institute of Chicago, News and Events, May/June. pp. 10.
"An Instinctive Eye," Pinchuk Art Centre, Kiev, Ukraine, September.
“Viewbook: Angela Strassheim,” Bush Foundation Magazine, September.

Vince Aletti, The New Yorker, November 20.
“Angela Strassheim,” artkrush, November 15.
“Angela Strassheim,” Highlights, June, pp. 46–49
Andrea Bellini, “Whitney & Berlin Biennials,” Flash Art, May/June, pp. 76–78
Julia Butareva, “Whitney Biennial 2006: Day for Night…” The Blue and White, April 27.
Julie Caniglia, “Making It,” The Rake, March.
Marianna Combs, “Minnesotans Make a Mark at New York’s Whitney Biennial,”
Minnesota Public Radio, March 16.
Water-Stone Review, Volume 9.
Charlotte Cotton, “What’s So Contemporary About Photography at Yale,” Yale University Art Gallery Bulletin 2006, Photography at Yale, pp. 137–140
Ben Davis, “Minnesota Vice,” Artnet, November 8.
Richard Dorment, “Art Gets Ready for the End of the World.” Telegraph, Arts, April 8.
Jean Dykstra, "Angela Strassheim, Left Behind," Faulconer Gallery, Grinnell College, first published Monograph, October.
Lance Esplund, “Canned Rebellion,” The New York Sun, March 2.
William Ewing, Nathalie Herschdorfer, Jean-Christophe Blaser, reGeneration, "50 Photographers of Tomorrow," Aperture Foundation, New York, April, pp. 184-187
James Gardner, “Whitney Biennial: Day For Night,” New York Post March 3.
Aaron Gell, “Elle Must See: Hot Shots,” Elle, March.
“Homesteads, Photographs by Angela Strassheim,” The New York Times, Real Estate Magazine, Fall Issue, pp. 69–78
Iles Chrissie, Philippe Vergne, "Whitney Biennial 2006- Day For Night," Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. March. p. 338-339
Michael Kimmelman, “Biennial 2006: Short on Pretty, Long on Collaboration,” The New York Times, March 3.
Susan M. Kirschbaum, “Angela Strassheim,” Whitewall, March.
Christopher Knight, “The Whitney’s National Survey,” Chicago Tribune, March 24.
J. D. Nordell, “Gross Anatomy,” Minnesota Monthly, December.
Peter Plagens, “Report from New York, Madison Avenue Ennui,” Art in America, June/July, pp. 76–79
Molly Priesmeyer, “America’s Next Top Artist,” City Pages, March 15.
Molly Priesmeyer, “Death Becomes Angela Strassheim: Suck in Your Gut, Lazarus, and Smile for the Camera,” City Pages, Oct. 18.
“Regeneration: 50 Photographers of Tomorrow,” The New Yorker, June 19.
Andrew Robinson, “La Nuit Americaine,” Gay City News, April 6.
Karen Rosenberg, Karen. “An Afternoon in Chelsea,” New York Magazine, November 13. pp. 92
Karen Rosenberg, “Ready to Watch,” New York Magazine, February 27.
Jerry Saltz, “Biennial in Babylon,” Village Voice, March 1.
Viola Salzedo-Gramm, “Truth Seekers,” New York Press, Vol. 19, Is. 10, March 8.
Sam Sherman, “NewYork: Marvelli Gallery, Angela Strassheim,” Contemporary, London, February, #78.
Alice Thorson, “Welcome to Post-America,” Kansas City Star, March 19.
Julia Wallace, “Whitney Biennial: Alice in Wunderkammen,” The Yale Herald, March 24.
Raul Zamudio, “The 2006 Whitney Biennial,” ArtNexus, pp. 72–75.

Vince Aletti, The Village Voice, April 13–19.
“Art: Behind Closed Doors,” The New York Sun, March 29.
Jean Dykstra, “Caught Looking,” Art on Paper, March/April.
"Exit. Family, #20," November 2005 - February 2006, Madrid, Spain.
Ken Johnson, The New York Sun Times, Art, April 8.
Thomas Micchelli, The Brooklyn Rail, May.
Greg Montreuil, “The Stepford Collection,” Gay City News, April 21.
Traces & Omens Noorderlicht, Netherlands: Stichting Aurora Borealis, pp. 23-27, 218.
"ReGeneration: 50 Photographers of Tomorrow," London: Thames & Hudson, pp. 184-187.

Vice Magazine, The Design Issue, Featured Photographer for Vice Fashion p.82-90 & Vice Pictures (pp. 106-111), Vol 11, No 11.
Vice Magazine, The Photography Issue, Vol. 11 No.6.
Vice Magazine, Jobs: Sex & Death Issue, Featured Photographer, Vol. 11, No.3.

The New York Sun Times, Art, Photograph, May 29.

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