The Drawing Lesson, a solo exhibition at Nathalie Karg Gallery, 03.07.24 – 04.13.24

Arcadia and Elsewhere, a group exhibition at James Cohan Gallery, 01.12.24-02.10.24

Kids without the Internet, a group exhibition curated by Thea Smolinski at Massey Klein Gallery, 12.16.23-02.03.24

Framing the Female Gaze: Women Artists and the New Historicism, group exhibition at The Lehman College Art Gallery, 10.10.23-01.20.24

Cafe Royale Cultural Foundation Winter 2023 Visual Arts Grantee, 2023

ADAA Art Show, presentation with Nathalie Karg Gallery, NYC 10.03-10.06, 2022

Out of Body, Out of Mind, group exhibition at The Warehouse Dallas, 04.08-05.28, 2022

Akademiya, solo exhibition at Nathalie Karg Gallery, NY 10.26-12.04, 2021

Voyages to New York, Interview with Kevin Moore on CUNY TV Twilight Talks

LandEscape: New Visions of Landscape from early 20th and 21st Century at The Katonah Museum. 3.17—6.16, 2019,

Artist as a Magid at The Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco. 9.28. 2017 – 1.28.2018


Asian Curator, “Artist Profile: Vera Iliatova”, Santana Borah, March 2, 2020

London Review of Books, “On Rachael Allen”, Matthew Bevis, March 2020

Art & Antiques, “An Innovative Show at the Katonah Museum of Art Juxtaposes Modernist and Contemporary Art”, Elizabeth Pandolfi, April 2019

The Brooklyn Rail, Artseen, “BRIC Biennial: Volume III, “The Impossible Possible””, Nina Wolpow, 3.7,2019

Art Forum Critics picks: Vera Iliatova, Ryan E. Steadman

“New York Reviews: Vera Iliatova,” Alex Greenberger, Art News 06/01/15

“Art in Review, Vera Iliatova: For Now, At Once,” Ken Johnson, The New York Times 03/19/15

“Galleries, Painted Glimpses of the Lives of Fictional Characters,” Rob Colvin, Hyperallergic 04/07/15

Terrain Vague is Critic’s Pick in Time Out NY

Vivid: Female Currents in Painting group exhibition is reviewed in The New York Times by Roberta Smith, 1/21/2011

New Paintings is Critic’s Pick at Artinfo by Andrew Russeth, 8/18/2010

Places, Everyone at Gross McCleaf, Philadelphia is reviewed in Philadelphia Inquirer by Victoria Donohoe, 8/6/2010

Precarity and the Butter Tower at CTRL, Houston is reviewed in Houston Chronicle by Douglas Britt, 6/24/2010

Tenants is reviewed on BOMBlog by RichardJ. Godlstein with inteviews by Susan Lichtman, Justin Lieberman, Rachel Roske and Kevin Zucker

Closer Than They Appear solo exhibition is reviewed in Art in America by Joe Fyfe, October 2009