Whitney Hubbs

Whitney Hubbs’s formal and narrative photographs combine elements of performance and sculpture. The artist’s work explores how a photograph can be a container for atmosphere—while simultaneously addressing feminist issues. Hubbs’s photography examines the evolution of the medium, both in concept and technique.


Whitney Hubbs was born in Los Angeles, California in 1977. The artist received an MFA from the University of California, Los Angeles in 2009 and a BFA from the California College of Art in San Francisco, California in 2005.

Solo exhibitions of Hubbs’s work have taken place at: Casemore Kirkeby in San Francisco, California (2018); M+B Gallery in Los Angeles, California (2016 and 2022); and Situations in New York City (2020). 

Group exhibitions of Hubbs’s work have taken place at: Nathalie Karg in New York City (2021); Essex Flowers in New York City (2020); and Galeria Nara Roesler in Sao Paulo, Brazil (2018); among others. 

Hubbs released Say So, her second monograph, with SPBH Editions in 2021.

Hubbs lives and works in New York City.