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Born in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
Lives and works in Denver, CO
Currently featured on permanent exhibition at the Meow Wolf Denver Museum, Mongolian American cross-disciplinary artist and DACA recipient Eriko Tsogo was one of twenty-five international Mongolian artists selected to be part of “Contemporary Mongolian Art Biennial: Innovating Tradition” at the The World Bank in Washington, DC. Recent grants and accolades include The ACE Foundation Fellowship, Denver Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs Grant, and Alliance for Artist Communities Fellowship.
“My art is birthed out of a mix of pain, inspiration and personal experiences derived from the collective human condition. I find it most inspirational to be uncomfortable.”
2022 “Yellow Terror”, Night Lights Denver, Denver CO
2020 Saatchi The Other Art Fair, Brooklyn Expo Center, Brooklyn, NY
2019 “H.O.T House of Trauma” Solo art show at Understudy Gallery, Denver Convention Center, CO
2019 “My Mother, My God” curated by Jessica Kooiman Parker, Dairy Center for the Arts, Boulder, CO
2019 “Tears of the Sky” (animation short film), Colorado Dragon Film Festival, Denver, CO 2019 “UndocuAmerica Performance & Media Project”, Motus Theatre, University of Denver, Denver, CO
2018 Hive Gallery, Los Angeles, CA 2018 I-Park International Artist Residency, East Haddam, CN
2018 “Wrong Women, Myths From Sky”, LEON Gallery, Denver, CO 2015 Eastside International Art Residency (ESXLA), Los Angeles, CA
2011 “White Tiger, Golden Rabbit”, Yes.Oui.Si Gallery, Boston, MA 2011 “Running Through Thunder”, Pirate Contemporary Art Gallery, Denver, CO
2008 – 2009 NOR.FOLKS.NYC Consignment Shop, New York, NY
2021 “Tears of the Sky” animation film, Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival, Philadelphia, PA
2021 “In Skin”, Pink Progression, Philip J. Steele Gallery, Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design, Lakewood, CO
2021 “Sole Patchwork of Life” project exhibition, McNicholas Building, Denver, CO
2021 “Another Angle: Asian American Art” curated by Jane Burke, University of Denver Anthropology Museum, Denver, CO
2021 “Interplay” group exhibition and live performance curated by Leah Podzimek, Brett Matarazzo, Micheal Dowling, BRDG Gallery, Denver, CO
2021 “BBQ and the Yellow Balloon” social performance, Parade of the People, Museum of Contemporary Art, Cuernavaca Park, Denver, CO
2021 “BBQ: Pandemic Edition” digital video, Bodies in Motion, Supernova [Re-Generation] Digital Animation Festival, Denver Digerati, Denver, CO
2021 Community Almanac Volume 3: Food & Branches (featured animation video), Warm Cookies of the Revolution, CO
2020 “No Place To Go”, 40 West Arts District & Wheatridge, CO
2020 “In Skin”, Pink Progression, Philip J. Steele Gallery, Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design, Lakewood, CO
2020 “The Other Art Fair”, Saatchi, Brooklyn Expo Center, Brooklyn, NY
2020 “Foreign Born”, The Dairy Arts Center, Boulder, CO
2020 “Dearly Disillusioned: My Mother, My God”, Pink Progression, McNichols Civic Center, Denver, CO
2019 “Mi Pinta”, I Stand With Immigrants Artist Exhibition, FWD.US, Art Basel Miami Beach, Miami, FL
2019 “Archives As Muse”, ArtHyve, McNicols Civic Building, Denver, CO
2019 Superfine! DC, Specto Art Space Portfolio Prize, Washington, DC
2019 “Contemporary Mongolian Art Biennial: Innovating Tradition”, The World Bank Group Art Program in partnership with The World Bank Group East Asia Pacific Vice Presidency Unit and Country Office Mongolia, The World Bank Group Main Complex Atrium, Washington, DC
2018 “Tedious” body performance, Women of Many Colors: A Glorious Collaboration, Understudy Gallery, Denver, CO
2018 “Saving Lions By Killing Them” two-person collaborative exhibition with Sammy Lee curated by Odessa, SML | k Gallery, Denver, CO
2017 “Hive Tarot 8”, Hive Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2017 “Evicted”, Dateline Gallery, Denver, CO
2013 “Sun Milk & Red Meat”, Pirate Contemporary Art, Denver, CO
2011 "Tension", Pinion Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2011 “Whistling Past the Freedom Trail”, William Morris Hunt Memorial Library, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
2011 “Migration” two-person collaborative exhibition with Tsogo Mijid, Pirate Contemporary Art Gallery, Denver, CO
About Eriko Tsogo
Eriko Tsogo is a Mongolian-American multidisciplinary artist, curator, educator, and DACA recipient born on the steppes of Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. She is an alumni of Denver School of the Arts and attained her B.F.A. from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston and Tufts University. Tsogo believes in social justice through the arts and is dedicated to encouraging kinship and eradicating social barriers through the power of art and community. This mission has resonated with audiences and institutions worldwide. She has exhibited at many prestigious shows including Art Basel and Contemporary Mongolian Art Biennial. Recently, she opened a permanent interactive art installation called “Mongovoo” at the Denver Meow Wolf Museum. In her career she has served as Commissioner for the Denver Commission of Cultural Affairs and currently serves on the Denver County Cultural Council. Through her art, Tsogo aspires to lift up the viewer — and indeed society as a whole — through the power of empathy and inspiration.
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