Eric Hibit

American, lives and works in New York

Co-Director, Ortega y Gasset Projects,


MFA  Yale University School of Art, 2003

BFA  Corcoran College of Art + Design, 1998

One-Person Exhibitions:

2016  R*O*Y*G*B*I*V, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT

2012  Jewel Box Comedy, C24 Gallery, New York, NY

2010  Picture Cohesion, Curator’s Office, Washington, DC

2007  Breakout, Anna Kustera Gallery,  New York, NY

Group Exhibitions:

2017 Spring Fling, curated by Fran Holstrom, Aquarius Space, Brooklyn, NY

POSTER, Black Ball Projects, Brooklyn, NY

2016  Sister Outsider, Underdonk Gallery, curated by Dani Orchard, Brooklyn, NY

Serious Play, AUTOMAT Collective, Philadelphia, PA

The Flat Files: Year Four, Tiger Strikes Asteroid, Brooklyn, NY

Hanging Paper, Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA

Pole Saw, The Arctic Circle Residency, Slavbard, Norway 

Geometrix: Line, Form, Subversion, Curator’s Office, Washington, DC

Super Sketchy, Alleyoop Projects, New York, NY

2015  Lost Cat: Art in the Age of Social Media, Cape Cod Museum of Art

Satellite Squared, Migrational Methods & a Romantic Gonzo GestureSatellite Contemporary, Las Vegas, NV

VERSUS, curated by Pepe Mar, Miami, FL 

2014  Solstice Synergy, Mahlstedt Gallery, New Rochelle, NY

Shrink It, Pink It, Cathouse FUNeral, Brooklyn, NY, curated by Irena Jurek and Diana Buckley

If you’re accidentally not included, don’t worry about it, Zurcher Gallery, New York, NY curated by Peter Saul

If you’re accidentally not included, don’t worry about it, Zurcher Gallery, Paris, France, curated by Peter Saul

EARTHTWERKS and Other Celestial Familiars, Sidecar Gallery, Hammond, Indiana

Diamonds and Doughnuts, Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington MA

No Laughing Psychedelic Matter, Greenwich House Music School, New York, NY, curated by Alexa Mendez

2013  Digital Dye Hard, Ortega y Gasset Projects, Ridgewood, NY, curated by Leeza Meksin

It’s Really Normaling, Greenwich House Music School, New York, NY, curated by Irena Jurek and Diana Buckley (two-person exhibition with Brian Belott)

2012  Tops, Open Space Gallery, Long Island City, NY, curated by Sun You

WPA/Corcoran Select Auction, Washington, DC

Sunday Paintings for a Rainy Day,  Field Projects Gallery,  New York, NY, curated by Hein Koh

2011  Freestyle, Joe Ballweg’s Studio, Brooklyn, NY

2010  Im-promp-tu, Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA

Momenta Art Benefit, Momenta Art, Brooklyn, NY

2009   Pass It Forward, Fun Times Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Two Degrees of Separation, Gallery Satori, New York, NY

2008  Innocence Regained, Anna Kustera Gallery, New York, NY

Mixology I, Curator’s Office, Washington, DC

ArtKrush, Jenny Jaskey Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

2006  Tact-Traction, Anna Kustera Gallery, New York, NY

2003  Toxic, Max Protetch Gallery, New York, NY

Thesis Exhibition, Green Hall, Yale University School of Art, New Haven, CT

Terra Foundation, Giverny, France

2000  Shift, American University Art Gallery, Washington, DC

1998  Thesis Exhibition, Corcoran Museum of Art,, Washington, DC

Online Exhibitions:

2009  Half-priced Banners, Curated by Colleen Asper for


2015  The Gaps Between Us, Ortega y Gasset Projects, New York, NY

Color Against Color, Ortega y Gasset Projects, New York, NY


2017  Unilever, New York, NY

2003  Terra Museum of Art, Giverny, France


2002  Yale Center for Globalization, Research Grant

2000  Ethel Lorraine Bernstein Alumni Award for Excellence in Painting


Hyperallergic, “Monster’s Ball: Peter Saul and the Company He Keeps”, Thomas Mitchell, April 19, 2014

The Maneater, “New York-based Eric Hibit visits MU for Artist’s Talk”, Witt Wells, February 12, 2013

Where Magazine, Washington DC, “Going For Baroque”, Jean Lawlor Cohen, October, 2010

The Washington Post, “Galleries: Old Is New at Touchstone”, Jessica Dawson, September 10, 2010

The Village Voice, “Youth is a prize (price) in Chelsea Art Galleries”, Christian Viveros-Faune, September 25, 2007, Eric Hibit: Breakout, October 2007

The Saatchi Gallery Daily Magazine, Open Season New York, Part 2, Doug McClemont, 2006

The Washington Post, “Shift; Nothing’s Automatic”, Michael O’Sullivan, September 8, 2000


Unilever, New York, NY

Arnold & Porter, Washington, DC


Dear Hollywood Writers, Geoffrey Young, Suzy Solidor Editions, 2017

After Hours Reader, Colpa Press, San Fancisco; with support from Interface Gallery, 2015


Temporary Art Review, Interview with Joshua Bienko and Leeza Meksin, January 2015