Noam Rappaport


Born 1974, Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA

Solo and Two Person Exhibitions

2016 (Upcoming) - Ratio 3 Gallery , San Francisco, CA

2014 - James Fuentes Gallery, New York, NY

2013 - Ratio 3 Gallery, San Francisco, CA

2012 - James Fuentes, New York, NY 

2010 - White Columns, New York, NY 

2009 - Correspondences, Noam Rappaport and B. Wurtz, curated by Matthew Higgs, Galerie Steinek, Vienna, Austria 

2008 - ATM Gallery, New York, NY 

Group Exhibitions 


A Peg to Hang It On, White Flag Projects, St. Louis, MO 

Some Stew You Got Inside Your Plastic Bag, and You Always Organize The Parts So Close, curated by Torey Thornton, OH WOW GALLERY, Los Angeles, CA 

From Here, Bolinas Museum, Bolinas, CA


Supports/Surfaces is Alive and Well, Cherry and Martin, Los Angeles, CA 

Moira Dryer Project, Eleven Rivington, New York, NY


Illuminations, curated by Matthew Higgs, Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles, CA 

DNA: Strands of Abstraction, Loretta Howard Gallery, New York, NY

Tenth Anniversary Show, Wallspace, New York, NY 

Why is Everything the Same? Shoot The Lobster, New York, NY 

Frieze Focus Booth with James Fuentes Gallery, New York, NY 

Beyond The Object, Brand New Gallery, Milan, Italy 


RobertOverby,ErikFrydenborg,JohnHenderson,NoamRappaport, Cherry and Martin, Los Angeles, CA 

 The Mystery Trend, Wallspace, New York, NY 

 B. Wurtz & Co., curated by Matthew Higgs, Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles, CA 


Gallery Update # 2, curated by Aimie Scally and Ryan Evans, White Columns, New York, NY 

Chopped and Screwed, curated by Hugh Scott Douglas, MKG127, Toronto, Canada 

Out of Practice, curated by Nudashank, Art Blog Art Blog, New York, NY 

Scrappy, curated by Alex Ebstein, Reference Gallery, Richmond, VA 

Straw, curated by Erik Lindman, Hannah Barry Gallery, London, UK 


Noam Rappaport, Tracy Thomason, Daniel Subkoff, Adam Marnie, James Fuentes, New York, NY 

Multiple Pleasures, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York, NY 

Images, ATM Gallery, New York, NY 

The Independent Fair, White Columns Booth, New York, NY 

Us and Them Part I, curated by Liam Everett, MRFA Projects, New York, NY 

Thingy, curated by Todd Bourett, Occasional Projects, Brooklyn, NY 


XOXO, Apartment Show, Brooklyn, NY 

If the Dogs are Barking, Artists Space, New York, NY Room 

Unoccupied, curated by Jason Murison, Fordham University, New York, NY 


East Moves West, ATM Gallery, New York, NY 


Ragged, curated by Josh Blackwell, Kate MacGarry Gallery, London 


Greater Brooklyn, curated by Glen Baldridge and Alex Dodge, New York, NY 

On The Beach, organized by Justin Lowe, Printed Matter, NY 


Feisty, Todd Jorgenson Gallery, New York, NY 


Shaping Up, curated by Jeane Segal, Visual Arts Gallery, New York, NY 



“Noam Rappaport at Ratio 3, San Francisco,” Lani Asher S.F.A.Q, Februar

“Rappaport and the White Cube,” Kenneth Baker, San Francisco Chronicle, March 


“An Air of Intelectual Mystery: Noam Rappaport at James Fuentes,” Donald Lindeman, Art Critical 

“Noam Rappaport – James Fuentes,” Allese Thomson Baker, Critics Picks, 

“Noam Rappaport – James Fuentes,” Karen Rosenberg, Art in Review, The New York Times, May 24 

“The Mystery Trend”, Roberta Smith, Art in Review, The New York Times, July 26 

“B.Wurtz and Co.” David Pagel, Los Angeles Times, March 29 


“Noam Rappaport – White Columns”, review, Michael Wilson, Artforum, September;

Public Collections 

Rubell Family Collection