geetha thurairajah
selected exhibitions

Born in Waterloo, ON, Canada.
Based in New York.


2024 MFA, Bard College Avery Milton School of Art, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
2014 BFA, Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University, Halifax, NS, CA, Rhode Island School of Design (Exchange)
2010 BA, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, ON, CA


2024 ACID HAUS, Scherben, Berlin, DE
2023 The Buddha of Suburbia, King’s Leap, New York, NY
2021 nonplussed+, Jack Barrett, New York 
2019 Migration is more momentous than ancient invasions, Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery, ON, CA
2017 Mingling with flowers panthers’ eyes, The New Gallery, Calgary, CA
2017 Shapeshifter, Projet Pangée, Montreal, CA
2016 Boons of Another, AC Repair Co., Toronto, CA
2016 Goodbye here no matter where, 8-11 Gallery, Toronto, CA


2023 King’s Leap and Freddy, Freddy, Harris, NY
2022 At Land, Foxy Production, New York, NY
2022 Burning the Wheel of the Year organized by Erin Jane Nelson, Species, ATL, GA
2021 Suspended Disbelief, Arsenal Contemporary, Toronto, Canada 
2021 Halycon On and On,  Franz Kaka, Toronto, Canada
2020 Soothsay (w/ Gabi Dao), Unit 17, Vancouver, CA
2020 Ozone Gleaners (w/ Tiziana La Melia),Projet Pangée, Montreal, CA
2019 Downward Flower co-curated by Adrianne Rubenstein, Fourteen30 Contemporary, Portland, OR
2019 No body to talk to curated by Kaitlyn Mar, Invisible Exports, New York, NY
2019 Everything we see hides another thing, MKG127, Toronto, CA
2018 You Are Who You Think I Think You Are, American Medium, NY, NY
2018 An Assembly of Shapes, Oakville Galleries, ON
2017 The Barn Show curated by Lindsay Howard, Johannes Vogt, East Hampton, NY
2017 Here’s Looking at You, Loyal Gallery, Stockholm, SE

2017 Studio Residency, Interstate Projects, BK, NY
2017 Fall Residency, Ox-Bow, MI, US
2015 2D-Banff Artist in Residence, Banff, CA

2020 Critics' Picks by Steffanie Ling, Soothsay, Artforum
2020 Review by Esme Hogeveen for Editorial Magazine: Tiziana La Melia and geetha thurairajah’s Ozone Gleaners at Projet Pangée
2019 Review by Magdalyn Asimakis for Canadian Art: Migration is more momentous than Ancient Invasions at the Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery