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Coco Gordon Moore is a visual artist and poet. Her work focuses on her anxieties from childhood contrasted with current anxieties of being a woman in a world filled with sexual violence, loss, heartbreak and twitter. With her self-published second chapbook, Today I Hate the Sun, (April 13th 2018) Gordon Moore worked on bringing awareness to the unjust system of cash bail— all proceeds from her book were donated to the Brooklyn Community Bail Fund (BCBF). She most recently put together a group show at Reena Spauings Fine Art gallery with the idea of creating a space of affordable art as well as using art to help raise money and awareness for BCBF and bail reform in general. She is currently residing in Brooklyn, NY. 



Pioneer Valley Performing Arts Charter Public School, 2012


School of the Art Institute of Chicago (Undergrad), 2016




Today I Hate the Sun - Self-Published, 2018


A Sketch Of Romance - Rozz Tox Art/FTR, 2017




ONLY OUR HEARTS WILL ARGUE HARD: a benefit show for BCBF! - Reena Spaulings Fine Art Gallery, 165 E. Broadway, New York, NY, 10002 February 15-19 2019



Slow Sketches - Rozz Tox Art Gallery, Florence, MA, July 5-30 2017

A Dry Dream; An Extra Wet Suckle - Rozz Tox Art Gallery, Florence, MA, August 2-29 2016




Freeze For Frieze Exhibition - Moncler Boutique, London, October 7 2016 

"BFA Spring 2016 Show" - Sullivan Galleries, Chicago, IL, March 12 - April 12 2016





Shitwonder Magazine - 3 Poems, 2019


Behind the Blinds - Issue 6 "Fatal" cover #6, 2019


DNAMAG - "Girl to Know: Coco Gordon Moore" 2018 



Paper Magazine - "Coco Gordon Moore Makes Art For Women" 2018


Oyster Magazine - Yes Issue #113



Nylon Magazine - March Issue 2017 

i-D Magazine - Family Values Issue no. 347


i-D Vice - https://i-d.vice.com/en_gb/article/coco-gordon-moore-and-mademe39s-erin-magee-on-reviving-x-girl39s-roots-uk-translation

Calamity Magazine 


Interview Magazine - The Queens of Cool Issue March 2016


Jalouse Magazine - July-August Issue No. 192

Dazed and Confused Magazine - Do You Believe In Magic? Issue vol. 4, Winter 2015