Marge Rendell (b. 1998) is a printmaker, photographer, and painter based in New York, NY. She received her BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2020. Through labor, obsession, and rumination her work gives value to the disposable. Looking at systems of commodification she plays between the space of fine art and advertisement. Making overly attractive, desirable, and shiny objects that all fall into ideas of irony, self and world criticality, and identity, she forces her viewer to question society’s inherent identity as a consumer. 


BFA in Photography and Printmedia from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago


"What if Ants Were Big" at Shelter Gallery
Dual show with Tristan Martinez 
New York, NY 

"The Big Show" Group Show at My Pet Ram
New York, NY 

“You Thought to Think” Group Show The Latent Space

Chicago, IL

SAIC: On View, Online Group Show
Chicago, IL

Fresh Perspectives Group Show Fulton Market, Chicago, IL
“Come as you are” Virtual Show CAYA GALLERY at Side Street Studio Arts

Chicago, IL

“Artificial Ice Study 1” Solo Show CASE GALLERY

at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago


“Women Crush Wednesday” Interview in Musee Magazine Online 2021
F-STOP Magazine Collection: “Self Portraits” Publication, 2021
MOB Magazine Spread Volume 10 #3, 2020
Latitude Chicago “Glitter and Grain” Feature, Online, 2020
LA Photo Curator Virtual Show “2020: The First Half”, Online, 2020
Corona Portrait Project Feature, Online, 2020
Photography Department Showcase Gallery and Photo Catalog 2018, 2019, 2020
Presidential Merit Scholarship School of the Art Institute of Chicago (2017-2020)