Tramaine de Senna (b. San Francisco) is an artist from California who presently lives in Antwerp. In 2015, Tramaine
became a laureate of the HISK (Hoger Instituut voor Schone Kunsten) in Ghent (BE); in 2013, de Senna earned an
MFA from the Sint Joost Academy in Breda and ‘s-Hertogenbosch (NL); and in 2004, graduated with High Honors
with two simultaneous BA degrees in Architecture and in Art from the University of California at Berkeley.
De Senna’s ever-evolving body of work bears witness to the artist’s intense relationship with materials and interests in
issues such as the “migration of forms,” pop and material culture, internalized violence, exuberance, and the enduring ambiguous presence - “ghosts” - of histories.
'LIMBO', Group exhibition, Everyday Gallery, Antwerp (2020)
"Figure of Color" an initiative of Kunst in de Stad - Middelheimmuseum in Antwerp's Stadspark , BE (July 3,
2020 - April 18, 2021) , and her recent solo exhibition, "MASTERBLASTER," for the IN SITU program at the MHKA
- Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp , BE (January 18 - August 23, 2020).
Recent exhibitions include two commissioned works for "An exhibition of posters" at the Witte de With Center for
Contemporary Art , Rotterdam, NL, which ran for one year: April 7, 2019 - April 26, 2020; a solo at Mélange in
Cologne, DE (2020-2019); “New Movement,” Boston, US (2019); “CO/LAB 4,” Torrance Art Museum, Torrance,
California, US (2019); “Supernatural,” Pulsar, Antwerp, BE (2019); “In the Pines,” Haecken en Ooghen, Antwerp, BE
(2018); “Universal Folklore,” Permekemuseum, Jabbeke, BE (2018); “Traumdepot: Plastik/ Kunstoff,” Bern, CH
(2017); “Small Works,” Hammerfriar, Healdsburg, California, US (2017); “Sixth Moscow Biennale of Contemporary
Art,” Moscow, RU (2015); and “Tramaine de Senna,” Art Center Hugo Voeten, Herentals, BE (2015).