G.T. Pellizzi

Born in 1978 at Morelos, Mexico

Lives and works in New York City and Lima







"Salto de Frecuencia", Revolver Galería, Buenos Aires




"Complex Shapes", Galeria Leyendecker, Spain




"I Transport", Museo Amparo, Puebla, Mexico

"Constellation", Watermill Center for the Arts, Watermill, NY

"I Transport", Sala de Arte Publico Siqueiros, Mexico




"Visitations", Watermill Center for the Arts, Watermill, NY

"Test Patterns" Revolver Galeria, Lima, Peru

"Before Completion", Harmony Murphy Gallery, Los Angeles




“Financial Times", Mary Boone Gallery, New York




"The Red and the Black", Y Gallery, New York




"Border Paintings", Peveto Gallery, Houston

"The Execution of Maximilian", Y Gallery, New York




"Transition", Y Gallery, New York

"Blue Mango Moqueca", West Street Gallery




"Beyond Pastoral", The Hoxton Square Tram Shed, London

"BHQFU: Resistance and Futility", The Creative Time Summit, NY

"The World Is Not Enough: The Retrospective 2001-2010", Bruno Bischo Berger Galerie, Zurich

"Self Portraits", The Fireplace Project, East Hampton, NY

"The Bruce High Quality Foundation University", Susan Inglett Gallery, NY




“Happy Endings”, Art Basel Miami Beach.

“The Great Wall”, Duve, Berlin.

“Empire”, Cueto Project, New York.

“Cats on Bowery”, LaMaMa, New York.




“The Retrospective”, Susan Inglett Gallery, New York.

“The Great Wall”, Duve Galerie, Berlin.

“L’eau De Vie, Un Film De Jean-Luc Godard”, Produced in Miami. Presented by Fundacion Jumex, Cine Morelos, Cuernavaca.




“Arthur Kills Again”, ArtHaus, Miami.

“Public Sculpture Tackle”, Various locations, New York.

“Rent Strike! & Other Activist Jingles from the Crypt of Bruce High Quality”, Various locations in Brooklyn and New York.

“CATS on Broadway”, The Bruce High Quality Foundation, Brooklyn.




“L’eau De Vie, Un Film De Jean-Luc Godard”, Produced in Miami, Florida, screened at Anthology Film archives, Yale School of Art, Cooper Union School of Art, Parsons

School of Art and Design, Savannah College of Art and Design, and White Box, New York.




“The Gate: Not The Idea of The Thing But The Thing Itself”, East River, New York.

Screened at the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Cueto Projects, New York.

“BHQF: New Miami Location”, Miami.

“The Life and Death of Bruce High Quality”, Audition at Deitch Projects, New York.

“A Cheap Publicity Stunt”, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, New York. “Maybe Not

Today, Maybe Not Tomorrow. But Soon and for The Rest of Your Life”, Buick building, Miami.




“Hot Dog Cart”, Vended during PS1’s Greater New York, Armory Show, and Gagosian

Gallery, New York.

“Starleene’s Bedroom”, New York.

“D.U.M.B.O.A.T”, Vacant building, Brooklyn.

“Art Basil Car Crash”, Vacant lot, Art Basel Miami Beach.








“Inside Out”, Steve Turner Gallery




"El Jardín de las Delicias", Y Gallery, Lima

"CMYK", Steve Turner Contemporary, Los Angeles

“Look Me In The Eye Sister”, Galería Leyendecker, Canarias




“Abstraccion II”, Galeria Arroniz, Mexico, MX




“Despues del Eden” La Tallera, Cuernavaca, MX

“De Tierra, Fuego, Agua Y Vento: Ceramica de Morelos” Museo Morelense de Arte

Popular, Cuernavaca, Mexico

“Individual Stories: Collecting As Portrait And Methodology” Kunsthalle Wien, Wien

“Transmission: Recreation and Repetition” Beaux-Arts de Paris, Paris, France




“Libre Circulation de Capitaux Symboliques (After ALENA)” Curated by Dorothee

Dupuis. Loevenbruck Galerie, Paris

“Base + Velo” Curated by Andres Marroquin Winkelmann. Revolver Galeria, Lima.

“Blood^lames Revisited” Curated by Phong Bui. Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York.

“All the Best Artists Are My Friends (part 1)” Curated by Ray Smith.

Mana Contemporary, Jersey City




“Come Together: Surviving Sandy”, Curated by Phong Bui. Dedalus Foundation, New York

“Neo Povera”, Curated by Harmony Murphy, L&M Gallery, Los Angeles

Biennial of the Americas, Curated by Carson Chan, Denver

“La Bienal: Here is Where We Jump” Curated by Rocio Aranda Alvarado and Raul Zamudio. El Museo del Barrio, New York.

“Une Exhibition Sans Textes” Curated by Mathieu Copland Jeu de Paume, Paris




A. K. Burns, G. T. Pellizzi, Johannes Vogt Gallery, Curated by Travis Boyer, NY

“El Regreso de los Dinosaurios” Abrons Art Center, Curated by Adrian Saladana, NY

“Color Go Lightly” Valentine Gallery Curated by Todd Huchenson and Laurie de Chiara. Bridgehampton, NY

“Wanderings” Y Gallery, NY

“Lo Carnavalesco” Piso 51, Curated by Sarina Basta. Mexico City, Mexico.




“Espiritualidades Atavicas”, Instituto Cultural del Estado de Morelos, Mexico

“Blue Mango Moqueca”, Casona Spencer, Cuernavaca Mexico




“Field of Dreams (Un Mundo Nuevo)”, Celebrate Brooklyn.

“Dreamlands”, Centre Pompidou, Paris.

“Sunless”, Sala Veronicas, Murcia, Spain.

“Greater New York”, P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City.

“Independent”, New York.

“Whitney Biennial 2010”, The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.

“Brucennial 2010: Miseducation”, New York.

“SOLACE”, Austrian Cultural Forum, New York.




“Art History with Benefits”, Performa, New York.

“1969”, P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City.

“PLOT 9: This World or Nearer Ones”, Creative Time, New York.

“No Bees, No Blueberries”, Harris Lieberman Gallery, NY

“No Soul for Sale: A Festival of Independents”, X Initiative, NY




“Greenwashing: BeyBeyond Pastoral (Shroud of Turin)”, Sandretto Re Rebaudengo

Foundation, Turin.