Agathe Snow

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Agathe Snow (née Aparru)[1] (born 1976) is an artist based in New York City.


Snow was born in Corsica. She works in a variety of media and has collaborated with artists including Alex Arcadia, Rita Ackermann, Michael Portnoy and Emily Sunblad.[2] One of her best known endeavours was No Need To Worry, The Apocalypse Has Already Happened… at James Fuentes Gallery in 2007, in which Snow took the starting point of a recently flooded Manhattan[3] as a conceit on which to base a five-week performance and gallery-wide installation, including a sculpture of the belly of a beached whale.[2]

Snow married artist Dash Snow when he was 18 and she was 23 in 2000.[4] Before Dash Snow died on July 13, 2009, according to his New York Times obituary, their marriage had ended in divorce.[1]

Snow's entry to the 2008 Whitney Biennial, held March 9-March 16 at the Park Avenue Armory annex of the biennial, was "Stamina: Gloria Et Patria," a week-long dance-a-thon.[5]

Selected exhibitions[edit]


Continuum, Journal Gallery, Brooklyn, NY [3] November 11, 2015. [solo exhibition]

Stamina, Solomon R. Guggenheim, New York, NY [color video installation; with sound, 24hrs] [4] August 20, 2015.


Tout Dit (2D), OHWOW, Los Angeles, CA (solo exhibition)[6]

I like it here. Don’t you?, Maccarone, New York, NY (solo exhibition)[7]


All Access World, Deutsche Guggenheim, Berlin, Germany (solo exhibition)

Post 9-11, OHWOW, Los Angeles, CA

Gloria Hole, The Fireplace Project, East Hampton, NY


Agathe Snow, Galerie Hussenot, Paris, France (solo exhibition)

Gelatin: Blind Sculpture, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York, NY

Get Behind Me Satan and Push, Peres Projects, Berlin, Germany


Peanut Gallery, curated by Joe Bradley, The Journal Gallery, New York

Views from the Top, Vertigo and Constellations, Jeu de Paume, Paris, France (solo exhibition)

Master Bait Me, New Museum, New York, NY (solo exhibition)

It Ain’t Fair 2009, OHWOW, Miami, FL

Aberrant Abstraction, Newman Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, KS Spaced Out / On Time, CANADA, New York, NY

New York Minute, Macro Future Museum, Rome, Italy

Abstract America: New Painting and Sculpture, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK


Just Say Yes, James Fuentes LLC, New York, NY (solo exhibition)

Moving, Peres Projects, Los Angeles, CA (solo exhibition)

Stamina: "Gloria Et Patria," a Dance-A-Thon produced as part of the 2008 Whitney Biennial, at the Biennial's Park Avenue Armory annex.

Attitudinausaurus Rex, Jonathan Viner Gallery, London (solo exhibition)

The Shape of Things to Come, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK

Pretty Ugly, Maccarone, New York, NY

SAND: Memory, Meaning, and Metaphor, Parrish Art Museum, New York, NY

The Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY


Beneath the Underdog, Gagosian Gallery, New York

I Don't Know But I've Been Told, Eskimo Pussy is Mighty Cold, Peres Projects, Berlin (solo exhibition)

No Need to Worry, the Apocalypse Has Already Happened. . . when it couldn’t get any worse, it just got a little better, James Fuentes LLC, NY (solo exhibition)


Collaboration with Nate Lowman, Midway, Minneapolis

Invasionistas, Kling and Bang Gallery, Reykjavik

Kate Moss Show, Foam Museum, Amsterdam

Interwoven Echoes..., Migros Museum, Zurich


I Throw Herring to the Dog, CANADA, New York

Jump on Me, with Rita Ackerman, Bonner Kunstverein


Follow Me, Follow You, Reena Spaulings Fine Arts, New York


  1. ^ a b Roberta Smith,"Dash Snow, East Village Artistic Rebel, Dies at 27", New York Times, July 15, 2009.
  2. ^ a b Mary Rinebold, After the Deluge,
  3. ^ press release, Archived July 13, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.
  4. ^ Chasing Dash Snow,
  5. ^ The Facebook Biennial,
  6. ^ Nys Dambrot, Shana [1] Whitehot Magazine, January, 2013.
  7. ^ Soto, Paul. [2]Art in America, November 19, 2012.

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