SOLO AND TWO-PERSON EXHIBITIONS
A Sum of Many Parts, Communications Hall Gallery, Northampton Community College, Bethlehem, PA (solo)
Concave/Concavity, Owen James Gallery, New York, NY (solo)
Organic Geometry, Owen James Gallery, Brooklyn, NY (solo)
Channelizing, Flecker Gallery, Suffolk County Community College (with Jonathan Cowan) (Catalogue)
Nonspecific Places, Simuvac Projects, Brooklyn, NY (with Jonathan Cowan)
Convex Chromascope, Thomas Hunter Projects, Hunter College, New York, NY (solo)
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
Feels like the first time, Mana Contemporary, Chicago, IL
Passing Bittersweet, Williams Center Gallery, Lafayette College, Bethlehem, PA
The Trunk Show, Owen James Gallery, New York, NY
Het is zomer #9, Mathilde Hatzenberger Gallery, Brussels, Belgium
Carry-On Combines, Mr80 Turenne, Paris, France
The Drawing is the Moveable Feast, Proto Gomez, New York, NY
NY Abstract Now, Mathilde Hatzenberger Gallery, Brussels, Belgium
The Drawing is the Wide-Open Window, Proto Gallery on Artsy, Hoboken, NJ
Brixtape, presented by FPOAFM, Calico, Brooklyn, NY
The Cooper Union Summer Art Intensive Artist-in-Residence Exhibition, The Cooper Union, New York, NY
Outside In, Felician University, Education Commons, Rutherford, NJ (catalogue)
Points of Entry, Scotty Enterprises, Berlin, Germany
Very Far Away from Anywhere Else, AA Collections, Vienna, Austria
We Gave It Our Best the Rest Is Up to the Hope Chest, (Traveling Exhibition), Im Ersten, Vienna, Austria
Expand and Flourish Among New Acquaintances, Proto Gallery, Hoboken, NJ
Lazuli, Ground Floor Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Disquieting Vicinities, Owen James Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
10 Part Intervention, JAUS, Los Angeles, CA
New American Pain, Underdonk, Brooklyn, NY
We Gave It Our Best, Now the Rest Is up to the Hope Chest (Traveling Exhibition), Penelope, Ridgewood (Queens), NY; Austrian Cultural Forum, Washington DC; Eastside International, Los Angeles, CA
Material Myth, Catinca Tabacaru Gallery, New York, NY
Materials / Abstraction, Owen James Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Static Cling 2, BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music), Brooklyn, NY
The Earth is All I Know of Wonder: Contemporary Responses to Hartley, Driscoll Babcock Galleries, New York, NY
Funkdafied, Rhombus Space, Brooklyn, NY
Space Heater, Harbor Gallery, Ridgewood (Queens), NY
Sweatpanting, Orgy Park, Brooklyn, NY
Victory for Tyler, Victory for All, Crane Arts, Philadelphia, PA
Paperazzi 2, Janet Kurnatowski Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Strange Glue: Collage at 100, Thompson Gallery, The Cambridge School of Weston, Weston, MA (Catalogue)
Collage Logic, The University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Amherst, MA
Sight and Sound Exhibition, The Billboard Art Project, Richmond, VA
Collage Logic, Governor's Island, New York NY
Yet Another Roadside Attraction, The Billboard Project, Richmond, VA
Flash Company, A Handkerchief Show, Cecil Sharp House, The English Folk Dance and Song Society, London, England
Everything Must Go, Century Plaza, Birmingham, AL
Fabryka Sztuki Exhibition, Galeria Arsenał, Białystok, Poland
Unrolled Art, Wallpaper Competition, Studio Printworks in conjunction with the Hoboken Historical Museum, Hoboken, NJ
Babylon Lexicon, Artists Book Exhibition, New Orleans Center for Creative Arts, Goldring Riverview Gallery, New Orleans, LA
Vern in Heat, 55 Mercer Gallery, New York, NY
NYU Small Works Show, Washington Square East Galleries, New York University, New York, NY
Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, NY
The Cooper Union Summer Art Intensive, New York, NY
Vermont Studio Center, Artist/Writer Grant, Johnson, VT
Hunter College Ceramics Area Artist-in-Residence, New York, NY
East Side International, Los Angeles, CA
Elsewhere Studios Residency, Paonia, CO
Sight and Sound Residency, The Billboard Art Project, Richmond, VA
Fabryka Sztuki, Artist in Residence, Bialystok, Poland
Catenations, Tiger Strikes Asteroid New York, Brooklyn, NY (co-curated with Jo Yarrington)
Sarah Bednarek: ChiChi Doodad, Tiger Strikes Asteroid New York, Brooklyn, NY
Monica Carrier: Medium, Thomas Hunter Projects, Hunter College, New York, NY
Revealing Reflected Refractions, Tiger Strikes Asteroid New York, Brooklyn, NY (co-curated with Jonathan Cowan)
Conversation Space, Tiger Strikes Asteroid New York, Brooklyn, NY
Neo-Craftivism, The Parlour Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY (co-curated with Roxanne Jackson and Robin Kang)
Solid Pull, TSA, Brooklyn, NY (co-curated with Caroline Santa)
Intramural, Tiger Strikes Asteroid, Philadelphia, PA (co-curated with Caroline Santa)
What Surrounds Us, Ernest Rubenstein Gallery, The Educational Alliance, New York, NY
Jason Andrew, "The objectness of Rachael Gorchov," Two Coats of Paint, August 4, 2020
Julia Rose, “Local artist pays tribute to Martin Tower ahead of impending demolition,” 69 News, WFMZ TV, March 21, 2019
Hannah O’Riley, “Martin Tower may be coming down, but its inspiration to this local artist will live on,” Lehigh Valley Live, March 22, 2019.
Seph Rodney, "From Stitched Symbols to Painted Shadows, Connecting Two Artists’ Surreal Sensibilities," Hyperallergic, July 5, 2016
Kara Tome, "GYST DO IT! With Jason Ramos of ESXLA and Rachael Gorchov of TSA in NY," Blog Talk Radio, Accessed March 17, 2016.
Benjamin Sutton, “In Bushwick, an Exhibition Tears Down Walls Between Art and Craft,” Hyperallergic, June 19, 2015.
Scott Indrisek, “What Not to Miss at Bushwick Open Studios Weekend,” Blouin Artinfo, June 5, 2015.
Paul D’Agostino, “L Rex: Art,” The L Magazine, June 2, 2015.
Brainard Carey, Interview, The Art World Demystified, WYBCX Yale Radio, Accessed May 30, 2015.
Melissa Stern, “7 Contemporary Takes on Marsden Hartley,” Hyperallergic, February 20, 2015.
Etty Yaniv, "The Playful Dialogues of Rachael Gorchov," Arts in Bushwick (blog). October 3, 2014
Chip Schwartz, “Tiger Strikes Asteroid celebrates five years with lots of love,” KnightArts, July 22, 2014.
Jillian Steinhauer, “‘Space Heater’ at Harbor Gallery,” Hyperallergic, March 3, 2014.
Zachary Keeting and Christopher Joy, “Rachael Gorchov, August 2013" Gorky's Granddaughter (blog). August 28, 2013. 5:47 am.
Katarina Hybenova, “#NoBSBOS Guide: Best Curated Shows,” Bushwick Daily, May 31, 2013.
Sharon Butler, “Quick study: tART Collective, Lincoln, SCHEMA, Shiflett, and a job in Baltimore,” Two Coats of Paint (blog). February 6, 2013. 6:25 am.
Alicia Faxon, “A Monumental Exhibition for Collage,” Art New England, January/February 2013: 16
Newhall, Edith. “Art on the Edges.” The Philadelphia Inquirer. June 17, 2012: H4
Raha, Maria, and Ryan S. Brandenburg. “Drawing Distinction.” The Temple Review. Fall 2011: 26-31
Nelson, Brad. “A 'Renaissance' in Womens Art.” Greenline, The North Brooklyn Community Newsletter.
October 4, 2011: 1, 8
Moss, Ceci. “Pop-Up Shop.” Rhizome. December 15, 2008.
Kosz-Koszewska, Monika. “Fabryka Sztuki: jak nas widza, tak tworza.” Gazeta Wyborcza. August 29, 2008: Kultura, 6
Oksztol, Wojciech. “Pan Bog z mikrofonem obok kolorwego Zubra.” Kurier Poranny. August 27, 2008: 8
“Fabryka Sztuki w Arsenale.” TVP, Telewizja Polska. August 27, 2008
“W sobote otworza swoja pracownie dla wszstkich zwiedzajacych.” Kurier Poranny. August 6, 2008: 1, 6
“Fabryka Sztuki – pobyt twórczy.” Polskie Radio Bialystok. July 9, 2008.
“Fabryka Sztuki lato 2008.” TVP, Telewizja Polska. July 3, 2008
“Tiger Strikes Asteroid,” Alternative Models: Artist-run Galleries and Curatorial
Collectives, panelist, College Art Association Conference, New York, NY, February 13
“The Artists’ Residency as a Means of Expanding Community Exchange and Understanding,” The Artist Residency as Creative Practice, panelist, Southeastern College Art Conference, Durham, NC, October 19
2012 – Present
Founding Member, Tiger Strikes Asteroid New York, Brooklyn, NY
Assistant Professor, Northampton Community College, Bethlehem, PA
MFA, Hunter College, City University of New York, New York, NY
BFA, Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Elkins Park, PA