Monica Uszerowicz
Miami, FL / b. Brooklyn, NY

Selected Publishers
Affidavit, Artforum, Artsy, Art in America, The Believer, The Bitter Southerner, Bomb, Cultured, Dazed, Deem Journal, Filmmaker Magazine, Frieze, Hyperallergic, i-D, LitHub, The Los Angeles Review of Books, The Miami Rail, The New York Review of Books

Contributed Texts, Books & Features
2023 • “Pitching with collaborative solidarity—toward the artist, with wonder” for Track Changes: a handbook for art criticism, edited by Mira Dayal and Josephine Heston and published by Paper Monument and with support from Critical Minded (book) forthcoming
2021 • “Reflections on Submerging Geometry,” for Submerging Geometry by Monica Lopez de Victoria and O, Miami Poetry Festival (poem/performance accompaniment)
2021 • “Such a Mission” & “Bro Island” for Waterproof: Evidence of a Miami Worth Remembering (anthology contribution)
2021 • “Like Horizons at Sunset,” for Sasha Wortzel: Dreams of Unknown Islands at Oolite Arts (exhibition catalogue essay)
2020 • “Welcome to Sunny Tropicana,” Tropicana by Josh Aronson (monograph foreword)
2018 • “Home,” for Augmented Sunrise Beneath the Skin at Gr_und (exhibition catalogue essay)
2018 • Sabal Song: A Series of Guided Meditations Inspired by South Florida’s Subtropical Ecosystem (book co-published with Nicole Salcedo, selected as part of Bas Fisher Invitational’s project series)
2016 • Mirrors at Midnight, with Genevieve Belleveau, Grace Kredell, Linda Mary Montano, and Eliza Swann (collaborative essay for Perfect Wave)

2022 • Buenezas - Edible Guide of Little Haiti
2019-2020 • Senior Editor, Cultured
2016-2017 • Film + Performing Arts Editor, The Miami Rail 

Lectures & Presentations
2022 • Documenting Our Landscape, with Michelle Lisa Polissaint and Monica Sorelle in conjunction with Feels Like 97°
2021 • Oolite Arts: Building Your Artist Toolbox 101 – Skills: Writing Your CV + Bio
2019 • An Evening with Coral Morphologic, Tower Theater
2015 • Littlest Sister Art Fair Platform Symposium: Critical Discourse and Writing, moderated by Taylor Renee and Jessica Lynne, founders of ARTS.BLACK

Features & Digital Showcases
2020 • Women Photographers International Archive (WOPHA) Instagram Takeover
2014 • Featured Photographer, The Ones We Love
2013 • The Miami Perspective with Leica Camera

Grants & Honors
2020 • Creative Capital/Andy Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant
2020 • Burnaway Emergency Writers Grant
2020 • PEN America Writers Emergency Fund
2020 • Critics Relief Grant, Critical Minded
2018 • Bas Fisher Invitational, Weird Miami - Sabal Song: A Series of Guided Meditations Inspired by South Florida’s Subtropical Ecosystem

Solo Exhibitions
2021 • Help Me Help You [expanded], Nizhny Tagil Museum of Fine Arts, Nizhny Tagil, Russia
2019 • Help Me Help You, Space Place, Nizhny Tagil, Russia
2015 • Tiny Spaces, Maggie Knox, Miami, FL
Group Exhibitions
2022 • Feels Like 97°, Oolite Arts, Miami, FL
2021 • Higher Power—Brothers@: Higher Power Benefit Auction 2021, virtual benefit auction + accompanying exhibition, New York, NY
2020 • Sun Pours Daylong/The Sunny Project, Design District, Miami, FL, fundraising exhibition
2020 • Photos for Purpose, digital fundraising exhibition
2020 • The Sunny Project, digital fundraising exhibition
2020 • TIME-SENSITIVE, Spinello Projects, fundraising exhibition
2017 • To Love Like A Woman, The Annex/Spinello Projects, Miami, FL
2017 • Pixel In Size, Art Center/South Florida, Miami, FL
2017 • O, Miami + Dale Zine Pop-Up Bookstore at Primary Projects, Miami, FL
2016 • Rites of Passage, Art Center Sarasota // duo show with Pia Toribio
2016 • Intersectionality, MOCA North Miami, Miami, FL
2015 • BE, Maggie Knox, Miami, FL
2014 • The Ones We Love, Viaduct Gallery, Des Moines, IA
2014 • The Golden Dome, Krowswork Gallery, Oakland, CA // as an artist-in-residence with the Golden Dome School
2014 • Abracadabra, Hollywood Arts & Culture Center, Hollywood, FL
2013 • Liturgy, the end-SPRING BREAK, Miami, FL
2012 • Natural Ghosts, Blank Gallery, Huntington, WV

Eugene Lang College at the New School for Liberal Arts, B.A.