Odessa Straub, Flower of the missing knife, 2017, acrylic, hair calf, patent leather on panel, 48 x 36 inches

Odessa Straub

Odessa Straub (b. 1989, Brooklyn, NY) graduated with a BFA from The Cooper Union (2013). Odessa’s solo exhibitions include, Tennis Elbow, The Journal Gallery, Brooklyn, NY (2017); Real Puss Technologies, SEPTEMBER, Hudson, NY (2017); Tears in Housebreaking Letting the Gold, Acappella, Napoli, Italy (2016); Necrotizing Woos, Jeffrey Stark, New York, NY (2016); Seasonings on Precipice Perception, Mier Gallery, Los Angeles, CA (2015); Odessa Straub, NADA, NY (2017). Two-person exhibitions include, Viewing Room: Agathe Snow and Odessa Straub, Marlborough Contemporary, Chelsea, NY (2017). Recent group exhibitions include, That’s The Neighbor, Always Dressing These Boulders In The Yard, The Suzanne Geiss Company, New York, NY (2014); Present Conditional, Mier, Los Angeles, CA (2015); Perfect Present: Three Generations of Painting, Jeffrey Stark, New York, NY (2015); Fresh Cuts, Eric Firestone, Hamptons, NY (2016); Blue Jean Baby, SEPTEMBER, Hudson, NY (2016); Summerfest, Max Hetzler, Berlin, Germany (2017); Inman Gallery, Houston, Texas (2018); LA KAJAE, Brooklyn, New York (2018). Odessa Straub lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

Dead Hand Spilling Cistern on the Swallowed, 2017, Acrylic, dye, enamel, 90 x 108 inches

Posse Orbit, 2017, steel locker, purses, backpack, shoehorn, hanger, boxing headgear, machete, wire mesh nest, dog toy, terracotta pigeon, lightbulb cage, turtle shells, 36 x 48 x 61.25 inches

Between The Moon the Cistern and the Column, 2017, acrylic, wool, fur on canvas, 48 x 40 inches

Back of Neck Willies, 2017, acrylic, charcoal and latex on canvas, 44 x 37 inches