Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY, and Baltimore, MD

Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD, class of 2011

Forbes 30 Under 30

Museum and Institutional Exhibitions
Perspectives on Peace, York College, York, 2015
Iftheygunnedmedown, Center for Civil and Human Rights, Atlanta 2015

Language of the Wall, Pera Muzesi, Istanbul, 2014

Off the Wall, Palazzo Collicola Arti Visive, Spoleto, 2013

Remington Project, Baltimore Museum of Art, 2012 - 2013
100th Anniversary of the Girl Scouts portrait of Juliette Gordon Low, Smithsonian Museum, 2012

Curated Projects
Opositive Festival Mural Project, Oct

Open Walls Baltimore 2 March-May
Funded by the PNC Foundation, National Endowment with the Arts, and coordinated with Station North Arts and Entertainment District

American Alliance of Museums
Installation at the Baltimore Convention Center

Open Walls Baltimore, Baltimore, March-May
Funded by the PNC Foundation, National Endowment with the Arts, and coordinated with Station North Arts and Entertainment District

Solo Exhibitions
Antiquesto, Antiquello, 999 Contemporary, Rome, Apr-May

Show of Hands, Nelly Duff, London Apr-May
Marshland, Rice Gallery, Houston Sep-Dec

Resplendent Semblance, Maxwell Colette Gallery and Pawn Works, Chicago, March-May
Succession, In/Flux project space, May-Jun
Succession, Jonathan Levine Gallery, May-Jun

The Reinvention of Nature, Gallery Heist, San Francisco, May-Jun
The Urban Romantic, Irvine Contemporary, Washington DC, Jun-Jul

Two Person Exhibitions

Portraits, Brooklynite Gallery, New York, Oct-Nov

Selected Works by Gaia and Imminent Disaster, Ad Hoc Art, New York Jun-Jul

Selected Group Exhibitions
Co Lab, Athen B Gallery, San Francisco, Sep
Fall Into Street Art, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Sep
Invisible College, Fort Worth Museum, Apr
Persons of Interest, Urbannation, Berlin, Mar

Cash, Cans and Candy, Ernst Hilger Gallery, Vienna, Jun
Exhibit Z, Library Street Collective, Detroit, Mar

SGC International Student Fellowship Awardees Exhibition, Woldenberg Art Center, Tulane University, New Orleans, March

Street Art Saved My Life, Cave Gallery, Los Angeles, Aug-Sep
Tribute 2, Irvine Contemporary, DC, Jun-Jul
LAX/PDX, Together Gallery, Portland, Apr-May
Martha Cooper: Remix, Carmichael Gallery, Los Angeles, Apr-May
(e)merge Art Fair, Irvine Contemporary, DC, Sep
On Every Street, Samuel Owen, Connecticut, Oct-Nov

A Cry For Help, Thinkspace, Los Angeles, Jan-Feb
The Next Generation, London Miles Gallery, May-Jun
Dead Letter Playground, Leo Kesting Gallery, New York, Jun-Jul
Street to the Cube, 941 Geary Gallery, San Francisco, Aug-Sep
Ephemeral Beauty, Gallery Heist, San Francisco, Aug-Sep
Living Walls, Eyedrum Gallery, Atlanta, Aug-Sep
Street/Studio, Irvine Contemporary, Washington DC, Nov-Dec

Dark Pop 2.0, Last Rites, New York, Dec-Jan
Re-Up. Gallery1988, San Francisco, Oct-Nov
Street/Studio, Irvine Contemporary, Washington DC, Jun-July
From the Streets of Brooklyn, Thinkspace, Los Angeles, Jan-Feb

Poets of Paste, Ad Hoc Art, New York, Jun-July
The Big Issue, Black Rat Press, London, Aug-Sep
Corked, Urban Angel Gallery, London, Sep-Oct
Dark Pop, Last Rites Gallery, New York, Sep-Oct
Raw Skies, Carmichael, Los Angeles, Oct-Nov
Power and Currency, Factory Fresh Gallery, Nov-Dec
Block Party, Ad Hoc Art, New York, Dec-Jan

Group Show, Ad Hoc Art, New York, Jun-July

Audubon Society, New York, 2015
Jersey City Mural Program, Jersey City, 2015
Model Neighborhood Initiative, Newark, 2015
Tor Marancia, Rome, 2015
Panea, W Hotel, Washington DC, 2015
Black Lives Matter, Collaboration with Pablo Machioli, Baltimore 2015

Savage Habbit, Jersey City, 2014
Beautify Earth, New York, 2014
Pera Muzesi, Istanbul, 2014
Cash Cans and Candy, Vienna, 2014
Viavai, Racale, Italy, 2014
Year of Altruism, South Carolina, 2014
FORM, Perth, 2014
Open Walls Baltimore, Baltimore, 2014

Z Lot Project, Detroit, 2013
O Positive Festival, Kingston NY, 2013
Mural Festival, Montreal, 2013
Wall Therapy, Rocherst, NY 2013
G40, Richmond, 2013
The 8th Vladivostok Biennale of Visual Arts, Vladivostok, 2013
The Sheboygan Project, Sheboygan, WI, 2013
Attack Festival, Italy 2013
Acrylic Walls, South Africa, 2013

Philadelphia Mural Arts, Philadelphia, 2012
Arabber Commemoration, Baltimore, 2012
Smith Commons, DC, 2012
Painted Desert Project, Arizona, 2012
Living Walls Concepts, Atlanta, 2012
G40, Richmond, 2012
Meetings of Styles, Argentina, 2012

Wynwood Walls, Miami, 2011
Bakehouse, Miami, 2011
Philadelphia Mural Arts Commission, Philadelphia, 2011
Living Walls Atlanta, 2011
Living Walls Albany, 2011

/A Word of Art: Acrylic Walls, Johannesburg and Capetown, South Africa Jan-Feb

Marshland, Houston, Rice Gallery, Sep-Oct

EWHA University, Seoul, South Korea Jul-Aug

Print Editions
Amazon Fine Art

Poster Child Prints - Los Angeles
Nelly Duff - London

Maxwell Colette - Chicago
Edgar Allan Poe Home Fundraiser - Baltimore

Nelly Duff - London

Paperworks Laboratories – Los Angeles
Irvine Contemporary, edition in collaboration with Pyramid Atlantic

Ad Hoc Art – New York
Prescription Art - London
Lint NYC – New York

Bibliography, Press, and Media
Greenville Online, by Anna Lee, March 31, 2014 “Year of Altruism connects with renowned street artist”

Baltimore Sun, By Julie Scharper, April 2, 2014 “Open Walls Baltimore 2 sparks community dialogue”

Baltimore Sun, By Tim Swift, March 23, 2014 Open Walls returns with fresh murals for Station North

Cumhuriyet, Mehmet Keskin, August 22, 2014 “İş cinayetleri graffitilerde”

New York Times, By Amy O'Leary, May 3, 2013 "Bushwick Gets a Fresh Coat"

The Baltimore Sun, By Justin George, Ian Duncan and Carrie Wells, August 10, 2013 "Group targets Baltimore vacants with art, activism"

Daily Freeman, By Paula Ann Mitchell, October 25, 2013 "Uptown Kingston mural prompts objections, support, discussion"

Houston Chronicle, By Molly Glentzer, October 18, 2013 "A 'totally noisy' portrait of the Bayou City"

Washington Post, By DeNeen L. Brown, December 15, "Street artist Gaia exhibit opens at Baltimore Museum of Art"

Washington Post, By Maura Judkis,May 18, "Open Walls tags Baltimore’s Station North district as an ‘it’ neighborhood"

Baltimore Magazine, By Johan Lewis, June, 2012, "An unlikely partnership produces a street-art spectacle to lure visitors to Station North."

Baltimore City Paper, By Andrea Appleton, May 9, 2012, "Wall To Wall: Murals by street artists from around the world now occupy Station North"

TimeOut Chicago, By Jonathan Kinkley, October 18, 2012, "Pilsen welcomes street art from Gaia, ROA, Jon Burgerman, Reyes78 and more"

Walls and Frames: Fine Art From the Streets. Ed. Maximiliano Ruiz. Gestalten

New York Times, August 7, 2011. "Fiscal Woe Haunting Baltimore Poe House." Kate Taylor.

Baltimore Sun, May 20, 2011. "After graduation, street artist Gaia takes flight." Michael Sragow.

Miami Herald, September 27, 2011. "Wynwood street art gets wall-to-wall revival." Lomi Kriel

Untitled II. The Beautiful Renaissance: Street Art and Graffiti. Ed. Gary Shove. Durham, UK: Pro-Active Communications.

Beyond the Street; 100 Leading Figures in Urban Art. Ed. Patrick Nguyen, Stuart Mackenzie. Gestalten

Street Art New York. Ed. Jaime Roho, Steven Harrington. Prestel

City Paper, October, 2010. Best of Baltimore Issue. “Best Street Art>”

Urbanite Magazine, October Issue Cover Story, 2010. “The Oracle
From the walls of the city’s derelict buildings, messages about our past and future.” Elizabeth Evittz Dickenson

New York Times, October 25, 2009. “A Battle, on Billboards, of Ads vs. Art”

New York Magazine, Dec 13, 2009. “Reasons to Love New York 09” Colin Moynihan

Untitled: Street Art in the Counter Culture. Gary Shove. Durham, UK: Pro-Active

New York Times, March 9. “To the Trained Eye, Museum Pieces Lurk Everywhere” Seth

Brooklyn Street Art, Jaime Rojo and Steven Harrington. New York, Prestel.