Emily Small

Emily received a Bachelors of Fine Arts from The Rhode Island School of Design and a Masters of Arts in Modern and Contemporary Art History, Critical and Curatorial Studies from Columbia University. Between 2022 and 2023 she was a Helena Rubinstein Fellow at the Whitney Museum of American Art’s Independent Study Program (ISP). 

Recent projects have taken place at Artists Space in New York, Textiles Art Center in Brooklyn, and the Wallach Art Gallery, in New York. Most recently she has written contributions for Climate Control in San Francisco; Performa Biennial in New York; Margot Samel Gallery in New York; and The MODA Critical Review in New York, where she also served as editor-in-chief. 

Emily (she/her) is currently based in San Francisco, California.

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Dollhouse Philly

Dollhouse Philly was a house show coordinated by myself and artist/designer Elise Nichols. Interested in the intersections between art sectors in the city –queer, DIY, Printmakers, etc.– and their separating edges or boundaries, we installed a series of works and hosted zine pop-ups inside of a Row Home for one weekend in South Philadelphia. A limited print zine was published accompanying the show. 

Bissy Riva, Nathan Wong, Dylan Pearce, Caroline Silverman, Elise Nichols, Hannah Weckel, Pat Aulisio, Emily Holtzman, Mike White, Emily Small, Kate Park, Jillian Verzino, Stephen Sehringer, Megan Wirick, Holly Simple, Sofia Rem, Sacha Piscuskas, Kasha Killingsworth, Adriana Gramly, Kathryn LaMontagne, Skye Volmar, Jolie Ngo, and Steven Luna

2019