Claudia Joskowicz lives and works in New York and Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia. She received her MFA from New York University in 2000. Solo exhibitions include shows at The Albright-Knox Gallery, Buffalo; LMAK Gallery, Forever & Today, Inc., Thierry Goldberg Projects, and Momenta Art in New York; Dot Fiftyone Gallery in Miami; California Museum of Photography in Riverside, California; Project Space Galerija Gregor Podnar in Ljubljana, Slovenia; Die Ecke Arte Contemporáneo in Santiago, Chile and Barcelona; Galeria ACBEU in Salvador, Brazil; Espacio Simón Patiño and Museo Nacional de Arte in La Paz, Centro Cultural Santa Cruz, Nube Galería, and Galería Kiosko in Santa Cruz, Bolivia; and Lawndale Art Center in Houston, Texas.

Recent group exhibitions at the South London Gallery, London; Guggenheim Museum in NY; Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain in Paris, France; Museum of Contemporary Art in Roskilde, Denmark; the Tenth Sharjah Biennial; the 29th São Paulo Biennial; the Tenth Habana Biennial; Slought Foundation in Philadelphia; the 17th and 18th Videobrasil Festivals in São Paulo; LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial in Asturias, Spain; Asya Geisberg Gallery and LMAK Projects in New York; the McBean Galleries at the San Francisco Art Institute; the McDonough Museum of Art in Cleveland; and Dukwon Gallery in Seoul. Her works have been also shown at El Museo del Barrio, The Bronx Museum of the Arts in New York, and Gallerie Claudine Papillon in Paris.

Selected public collections include the Guggenheim Museum, NY; the Kadist Foundation in San Francisco, the Cisneros Fontanals Foundation in Miami, and the Banco Central de la República in Bogotá. Among other awards, Joskowicz has received a New York Foundation for the Arst Fellowship in film/video, a Cisneros Fontanals Foundation Mid Career Artist’s Commission, a Guggenheim fellowship in film/video, a prize from the 17th Videobrasil Festival, a Fulbright Scholar award, an East Harlem Arts Grant, an Urban Artists Initiative Fellowship, a full fellowship in photography from the Vermont Studio Center, and the grand prize in the Digital Arts Salon awarded by the Fundación Simón I. Patiño in Cochabamba, Bolivia. She was recently an artist in residence at the Latin American Roaming Art Project in Oaxaca, Mexico, the Sacatar Institute in Bahia, Brazil, the AIM program at the Bronx Museum of the Arts and has also been a resident fellow at the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s Workspace Residency and its Paris Residency at Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris, France.

Joskowicz is currently a lecturer in the Arts, Culture and Technology Program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).