Solo Exhibitions

2017   Material Remains, Invisible Dog Art Center, Brooklyn, New York

2016  The Less Said, The Better, Sweet Lorraine Gallery, Brooklyn, New York

2015   Death in the Living Room, Society for Domestic Museology, New York, New York

2015   Transpositions, Sweet Lorraine Gallery, Brooklyn, New York

Selected Group Exhibitions

2017  Let Them Eat Fake, Bones & Pearl Studios, London, U.K.

2017  Online Exhibition Show #42, Field Projects, New York, New York 

2017   Gathering, Abrams Claghorn Gallery, Albany, California

2017   Marked Urgent, Ground Floor Gallery, Brooklyn, New York

2017   Sentimental Ornamentation, Fed Galleries, Kendall College of Art and Design, Grand Rapids, Michigan

2017   A Call to Action, Kustera Projects, Brooklyn, New York

2017   Nasty Women Exhibition, Knockdown Center, Queens, New York

2016   Unbroken, TI Art Studios, Brooklyn, New York

2016   Wonderland, Invisible Dog Art Center, Brooklyn, NY

2016   STUFF(ed), Sweet Lorraine Gallery, Brooklyn, New York

2016   Medium: Black, Rush Arts Gallery, New York, New York

2016   More Beyond, Brick and Mortar Gallery, Easton, Pennsylvania

2016   Introductions, Trestle Gallery, Brooklyn, New York

2015   Divining Line, Sweet Lorraine Gallery, Brooklyn, New York

2014   Tenth Annual Small Works Show, 440 Gallery, Brooklyn, New York

2014   Small Works Salon Show, Greenpoint Gallery, Brooklyn, New York

2014   Engaging Stepfamilies, Continental Shift Seattle, Seattle, Washington

2014   People's Choice Salon Show, Greenpoint Gallery, Brooklyn, New York


Modern Loss, The 'Funeral Clothes Project,' February 5, 2016


Vice, An Eerie Exhibition in London Serves up a Smorgasbord of Fake Food, August 4th, 2017, by Catherine Chapman

Creative Exchange, Spencer Merolla Uses Ashes and the Visual Language of Mourning in Her Post-Election ArtMay 11, 2017, by Nicole Rupersburg

Art in Brooklyn, Material Remains at Invisible Dog, April 20, 2017, by Mike Sorgatz

Delve, Delve Interview: Spencer MerollaMarch 23, 2017, by Kind Aesthetic

Bedford + Bowery, Artists Defend Journalists From Trump's Terrifying Treatment of the Press, March 20, 2017, by Bryse Ciallella, “Sentimental Ornamentation” brings expressions of grief to the galleryMarch 8, 2017, by Tamara Helen

Huffington Post, These Emerging Artists Are More Than Ready To Defend The First Amendment, February 24, 2017, by Katherine Brooks

Red Hook Star-Revue, Protest Art in Red Hook, March 2017, by Kimberly Gail Price

The Observer, Artists Join The Fight To Protect First Amendment Rights, February 23, 2017, by Cait Munro

Framework Magazine, 3 Things to See: Gowanus Open StudiosOctober 14, 2016

Arts Gowanus, Artist Spotlight: Spencer MerollaOctober 6, 2016, by Lindsay Carey

Konbini, Museum Exhibit Bridges The Gap Between Collecting And HoardingSeptember 2016, by Bérénice Rebufa

Artnet News, New Museum's Hit Instagram Project Shows Strange Things People Collect, September 6, 2016, by Rain Embuscado

Venison Magazine, Spencer MerollaSeptember 4, 2016, by Nazish Chunara

Thanatography, Moving More Beyond, April 30, 2016, by Evi Numan 

Caracteres, Estas obras de arte expresan el luto y son hechos con pelo humano, April 18, 2016, by Othón Vélez O’Brien

La Boîte Verte, Ces oeuvres géométriques sont fabriquées en cheveux, April 17, 2016

The Creators Project, Works from Human Hair Explore the Art of Grief, April 16, 2016, by Alyssa Buffenstein

Visual News, Designs Made with Human Hair Pay Homage to Victorian HairworkApril 5, 2016, by Danielle Radford

The Jealous Curator, Spencer MerollaMarch 21, 2016, by Danielle Krysa

Society for Domestic Museology, Spencer Merolla: Death in the Living Room, August 26, 2015, by Heather Topcik

Artist Talks

2016   Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers, New Jersey

2016   Rush Arts Gallery, New York, New York

2015   Society for Domestic Museology, New York, New York

2015   Delve Presents: Art and Death, Morbid Anatomy Museum, Brooklyn, New York

2015   440 Gallery, Brooklyn, New York


2003   BA (Religion) Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut