Bat-Ami Rivlin is a NYC based sculptor working with found and surplus objects. Her work investigates function as an inherent part of am object’s material ontology. Rivlin holds an MFA from Columbia University, NY, and a BFA from School of Visual Arts, NY. Recent notable exhibitions include: COLAPSO, Tenerife Espacio de las Artes, Spain; EN-SITIO, Museo de la Ciudad, Mexico; whereabouts, Hessel Museum of Art, CCS Bard; No Can Do (solo), M 2 3, New York; Untitled (inflatable house, zip ties, blower) (solo), A.I.R. Gallery, Brooklyn; Excess and Surplus, (two- person) Sharp Projects, Copenhagen; In/Between, New York Live Arts, New York; Performing Authorship: 31 Days in March, PS122 Gallery, New York; Battleship Potemkin, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami; In Response: Leonard Cohen, The Jewish Museum, New York; It All Trembles (solo), NARS Foundation, Brooklyn. Rivlin’s work was featured in publications such as Artforum, Bomb Magazine, The Brooklyn Rail, Flash Art, Artnet, Office Magazine, The Paris Review, Public Parking, Granta, and more. She is the recipient of Two Trees BSI fellowship, A.I.R. Gallery Fellowship, NADA House Studio fellowship, NYFA IAP fellowship, NARS Foundation Residency, among others.

Gallery representation: M 2 3 – New York

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Select publications and interviews

Artforum, Bat-Ami Rivlin: No Can Do, by Jeffrey Kastner

Brooklyn Rail, Bat-Ami Rivlin: No Can Do, by Nicholas Heskes

Flash Art, On View, Bat-Ami Rivlin “No Can Do” M 2 3 / New York

BOMB Magazine, Material Stamina: Bat-Ami Rivlin with Roni Aviv (interview)

Public Parking, One use, over and over: in conversation with Bat-Ami Rivlin, interviewed by Daniel Sharp

Juliet Magazine, Bat-Ami Rivlin: ultre de scultura, by Gabriele Medaglini

PIN-UP Magazine, NEW WAVE curated publication, New Americana, issue 33, F/W 2022/23

Art Viewer, Bat-Ami Rivlin at M 2 3

NADA Artists in Residence highlights: Bat-Ami Rivlin

Granta Magazine for Art and Culture, גופים אצורים – בת-עמי ריבלין (Hebrew)

Lef(t) PS122 Gallery, Performing Authorship: 31 Days In March

Basis Magazine for Art and Culture, Icon Of Romance, by Keren Anavy (Hebrew)

Office Magazine, Urban Verve, by Gautam Balasundar

The Paris Review, Staff Picks: Ballet, Bob Dylan, and Black Smudges, by Charlotte Strick