Emilie Gossiaux
Featured Artist

Born in New Orleans, LA in 1989, Emilie Louise Gossiaux is a multidisciplinary artist based in New York City. Gossiaux earned her BFA from the Cooper Union School of Art in 2014, and her MFA in Sculpture from Yale School of Art in 2019.  

Her solo shows include “Other-Worlding” at the Queens Museum (2023); “Significant Otherness” at Mother Gallery Tribeca (2022); “Memory of a Body” at Mother Gallery Beacon (2020); and “After Image” at False Flag Gallery (2018). She has shown her work internationally at Tangled Art + Disability; 125 Newbury Gallery; MoCa Cleveland; The John Michael Kohler Art Center; Museum für Moderne Kunst Frankfurt; The Wellcome Collection; 1969 Gallery; The Aldrich Contemporary; MoMA PS 1; The Krannert Art Museum; The Shed; and SculptureCenter, among others.  

Gossiaux was awarded a John F. Kennedy Center’s VSA Prize, the Wynn Newhouse Award, a NYFA Barbara and Carl Zydney Grant, the Colene Brown Art Prize, the 2022-2023 Queens Museum – Jerome Foundation Fellowship Program for Emerging Artists, and The Pébéo Production Prize.  

Her work has been featured in publications such as the New York Times, FT Magazine, Artnet, ArtReview, Metal Magazine, the Paris Review, Hyperallergic, The Brooklyn Rail, The New Yorker, Art in America, and Topical Cream Magazine.