Alisa Yang
Lives and works in Los Angeles

Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, California. Bachelors of Fine Arts with Honors
Stamps school of Art and Design, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor MI. MFA candidate

Selected Exhibition

“Looking forward and looking back”, New Mexico Museum of Art, Sante Fe, NM
Solo show “Between”, Another Year in LA gallery, Los Angeles, CA
“XX Redux – revisiting a feminist art collective” Guggenheim Gallery, Chapman University, Orange, CA
“Re-Imagining Gender”, Lane Hall Gallery, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

“Site Unseen”, The Carr Center, Detroit, MI
“Smile Isle”, Daniel Rolnik Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
Micol Hebron‘s The (en)Gendered (in)Equity: The Gallery Poster Project, For Your Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
"From Her: An Exhibition by Women about Women", Pico House Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
"Face It", The Gabba Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
"Season of Spring", Flower Pepper Gallery, Pasadena, CA
"Platforms & Paint", Gabba Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

"Wish List", Gabba Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
"Post it show 9", Giant Robot, Los Angeles, CA
"Pure Imagination", Riverside Art Museum, Riverside, CA
"The Story of the Creative", Angel Orensanz Foundation For Contemporary Art, NY
"Abstract Currents: An Interactive Video Event", MOMA PS1, NY
“Doing Pennats”, Fifth Floor Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
“Post-it Show 8”, Giant Robot, Los Angeles, CA
"Obsession of Memories", McKinley Arts & culture Center, Reno, NV
"Binary Inventions: Arts and Culture in the Digital Age", Sundog Multiples at the University North Dakota , Grand Forks, ND
"Interview"curated by Daniel Rolnik, Curio Gallery, Venice, CA
“Drawing”, Another year in LA gallery, Los Angeles, CA
“The Patter of Tiny Brains”, 323projects, Los Angeles, CA
“Los Angeles Art Association Annual GEM show”, Gallery 825, Los Angeles, CA
“Between the Lines”, Tracey A Stone gallery, Frogtown , CA
“Open Call L.A,” Los Angeles Municipal Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
“Chain Letter”, Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
“Santa Fe Art Colony Studio Show Case”, Los Angeles, CA
“Collage group show”, SnP Gallery, Atwater village, CA
“Coloring” Scoops, Los Angeles, CA
“Gift Shop”, Another Year in LA gallery, Los Angeles, CA
"Circa group show”, Daydream Republic, Culver City, CA
“Post-it Show”, Giant Robot, Los Angeles, CA
“99 red balloons”, Canteen Gallery, Ontario, Canada
“Dream to Realty”, Nucleus Gallery, Alhambra, CA
“Post-it Show”, Giant Robot, Los Angeles, CA


Artist in Residence, I-Park. East Haddam, CT


Artnet, “Feminist Art Project Calls Out Galleries’ Gender Imbalances”, Cait Munro, July 7, 2014
Huffington Post, “LA Gallery Tally: Calling for Gender Equity in the Art World”, Carrie Yury, October 16, 2013
KCET Artbound, “ Galleries Are Man’s World, and Micol Hebron is Keeping Score”, Carolina Miranda, April 3, 2014
The Week, “Why Are There So Few Prominent Women Artists?” by Stassa Edwards, April 2, 2014
Hyperallergic, “Tallying Art World Inequality One Gallery At a Time”, Jillian Steinhauer, March 27, 2014
KCET, "Post It: Giant Robot's Egalitarian Art Exhibition",Liz Ohanesian, December 6th, 2013
LA Times, "Affordable art in L.A.? Go ahead and splurge at Gabba, 5 car garage", Deborah Vankin, November 19, 2013
The Newer York book III, 2013
Fabrik issue 17, “Coming out Going in - Another Year in LA” Peter Frank, page 88-89, July, 2012
LA Times, "The directness draws you in", Leah Ollman, May 25th, 2012
Vegas Seven, "Big Website Now", Cynthia Behr Warso, February 2nd, 2012
Artgot & Ochre, “artist interview”, Daniel Rolnik, June 1, 2011
Huffington Post, “Artist-run Businesses matter”, Karen Atkenson, December 15, 2010
American Illustration 27, 2009