BIO

Kerry Tribe is an artist and filmmaker based in Los Angeles. Her work has been the subject of solo presentations at SFMOMA, San Francisco; The High Line, New York; Carpenter Center for Visual Arts, Cambridge; The Power Plant, Toronto; Modern Art Oxford and Camden Arts Centre, London. Tribe was the recipient of the Presidential Residency at Stanford University, the Herb Alpert Award, the USA Artists Award, and she was the Guna S. Mundheim Fellow at the American Academy in Berlin. Tribe’s work is in the public collections of MoMA, the Whitney, the Hammer Museum, LACMA, SMAK Ghent and the Generali Foundation, among other institutions. She has served as visiting faculty at Stanford University, UCLA, CalArts, Harvard University, and regularly teaches at ArtCenter in Pasadena. Tribe received her MFA from UCLA, attended the Whitney Independent Study Program, and received a BA from Brown University.