BIOGRAPHY: Lisa DiLillo is a visual artist based in New York who creates photographs and videos. Much of her work focuses on the dynamics of nature, culture, and the environment. DiLillo’s work has been exhibited widely in such venues and festivals as the Walker Art Center, the Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp/Belgium, the Reina Sofia National Museum of Art/Madrid, the Memling Museum/Belgium, the Rotterdam Film Festival, and Thierry Goldberg Projects. Her photographs have been exhibited at CLAMPart Gallery, Front Room Gallery, and Momenta Art among others. She has been awarded an Electronic Arts Grant, a Jerome Foundation Grant, and residencies at The Experimental Television Center. She has also curated programs for the Knitting Factory Video Lounge as well as other venues. 


• Galerie Protege´, "Aspects in Landscape", New York, NY
• Krause Gallery, "Krause Gallery Annual, Emerging to Established", New York, NY (LESNY)  
• Odetta Gallery, "Helliotrope", Brooklyn, NY 
• Candela Gallery, "UNBOUND4!", Richmond, VA
• Kinfolk Gallery, "The Classical Elements: A Photographic Interpretation", Brooklyn, NY
• Waas Gallery, "Print This", Dallas, Texas  

• Front Room Gallery, "15th Anniversary Show", Brooklyn, NY
 Sheila C. Johnson Center Gallery at Parsons The New School, NY, NY 
 Kiernan Gallery, "Creatures", curated by Anne Berry, Lexington, VA 
 Lens Scratch Magazine, “Night Exhibition”, online juried exhibition
• CLAMPART, “Into the Woods”, New York, NY, 2012
• Philadelphia Photo Arts Center, “3rd Annual Contemporary Photography Exhibition”, PA, 2012
• PhotoPlace Gallery, “Alternative Realities”, curated by Laura Moya, Director of Photolucida,  
  Middlebury, Vermont, 2012 (opening August 7th)

• Front Room Gallery, “In-Habitat”, NY, 2012
• Central Conneticut State University, “Fuse Works Multiples and Editions Retrospective”, CT, 2011
• Front Room Gallery, “Panspermia”, NY, 2010

• Spanish Counsel of Culture,“VideoAbierto”, (outdoor video installation) Murcia, Spain, 2009
• Thierry Goldberg Gallery, "Bare Market”, NY, 2008
• White Columns/Momenta Art, “Benefit Show”, NY, 2008 
• Open Source Gallery, “Fuse Works Multiples”, NY, 2009
• Front Room Gallery, "The Ballot Show”, NY, 2008 
• Washington Square East Galleries, "Small Works", NY, 2007
• Emily Harvey Foundation, "Limited Edition Artists Multiples", NY, 2007

• Arts Center Vooruit, “Say it Now! Speeches, Installations, Interventions”, Ghent, Belgium, 2006
• Centro de Arte de Sevilla, “Copilandia, Una Isla Libre de Propiedad Intelectual”,
  Seville, Spain, 2006
• Collective Unconscious, “An Unfixed Point of View”, NY, 2006
• The Reina Sofia Nacional Museum of Art, “Cine y Casi Cine”, Madrid, Spain, 2005
• Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp, Belgium (MuHKA) (video installation), 2005
• TENT, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, “Murmur”, (video installation) 2005
• EXIT Art, "EXIT Biennial II: Traffic", NY, 2005  

• Momenta Art, Project Room, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY (installation and photographs), 2004
• Viper/Basel, Basel, Switzerland, 2004
• Den Haag Film and Video Festival, (two video installations) Den Haag, The Netherlands, 2004
• Anthology Film Archives, “International Exchange Series”, NY, 2003
• Wallspace Gallery, “The Holiday Show, Limited Editon of Artists Multiples”, Chelsea, NY, 2003
• Cultural Exchange Station, “International Exchange Series”, Tabor, Czech Republic , 2003
• Cin(E) Poetry Festival, The National Poetry Association, San Francisco, CA 2003

• The Reina Sofia Nacional Museum of Art, “Cine y Casi Cine”, Madrid, Spain, 2002
• Memlingmuseum, “What? A Tale in Free Images”, Brugge, Belgium, 2002
• The Rotterdam International Film Festival, “What is Cinema?”,  Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 2002
• DiverseWorks Art Space, “Word Word Word”, Houston, Texas, 2002
• White Box Gallery, “Moov 2002”, Chelsea, NY, 2002
• Columbia University School of International & Public Affairs, “Burma Culture & Politics”, NY, 2002
• Bangkok Experimental Video Festival, “American Works”, Thailand, 2002
• Image Forum Festival, Tokyo, Yokohama, Kyoto, Fukuoka, 2002
• Viper International Festival for Film and New Media, Basel, Switzerland, 2002
• Art in General, “4th Annual Video Marathon”, NY, 2002
• Smack Mellon Studios, “Interlaced”, NY and Salle Multi, Quebec, 2002
• The Walker Art Center, “Short works by Lisa DiLillo & Live Performance”, Minneapolis, MN, 2001


• VCCA Fellowship, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts
• Jerome Foundation Grant
• Electronic Arts Grant, Experimental Television Center
• Experimental Television Center Residencies, Newark Valley, NY


• Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Assistant Curator for the “Cine y Casi Cine” series
• The Knitting Factory Video Lounge, NY, Curator and Group Coordinator
• New York Expo Short Film & Video Festival, selection committee for the experimental section of
  The New York Expo, NY


• Satellite TV "Free Speech TV" channel, (national broadcast to 25 million households)
• of the Arts, (video featured on this site)
•, Independent Exposure, (video featured on this site)
• OffLine, “Spirits”, (broadcast in 40 cities throughout the US)
• Channel 33, (broadcast in Virginia & DC)
• DUTV, “Eyestruck”, Philadelphia, PA
• WFMU Radio, “Audio Antics”, (sound collage recordings broadcast), East Orange, NJ


• The Journal Magazine, cover photo and photo essay
• Chronogram Magazine, “The Surreal Photography of Lisa DiLillo”, Marie Doyon 
• The L Magazine, “Artists Imagine Inhabitable Habitats”, Diedre Hering 
• editor's pick,  “In-Habitat,”, Rozalia Jovanovic
• NY Arts Magazine, “Urban Techno Cul-de-Sac”, Tonya Foster
• The New Yorker, “Goings on About Town” 
•, “Art”, Paul Laster
• Haagsche Courant, “Art”, Erik Quint
• "Cine y Casi Cine”, Berta Sichel, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia catalog
• Destandaard, “Videoverhalen in Memlingmuseum”, Geert Van der Speeten 
• AS/MediaTijdschrift, “What? A Tale in Free Images, Memlingmuseum” 
• The Village Voice,“Tracking Shots/Bosnia, Burma, Vietnam”, Laura Sinagra 
• La Liberté, “Digital Sorcerers in Contrast with the Queens of the Sand”, Eric Steiner 
• Shout Magazine, “Art Jones on the Film Tongues Don’t have Bones”
• Time Capsule: A Concise Encyclopedia by Women Artists, Performers, & Writers”,
     Creative Time Inc. and S.O.S. Int’l., edited by Robin Kahn, NY
• Gannett Newspapers, "Walking in Her Heels”, by Georgette Gouveia


• Parsons School of Design / Otis Art Institute, BFA