Niki Lederer was born in London, Ontario and raised in Vancouver. She received her BFA from the University of Victoria and her MFA from Hunter College in New York City. Her artwork has been shown at many venues including the 1285 Ave of the Americas Gallery, ILLE Arts, White Columns, Bronx Museum of the Arts, Gallery Aferro, and the Internationale Sonderausstellung, Künstlerhaus Dosenfabrik, (Germany).
Solo exhibitions include the Art Gallery of Ontario (Canada), Rogue Gallery and Open Space in Victoria, B.C. as well as Washington Square Windows, NYU. Niki’s work has been reviewed in The Brooklyn Rail, The Globe and Mail and The New York Times, among others. Most recently her sculpture was published in Die Verschränkung von Kunst und Nachhaltigkeit, (Wabl, Ans), as one of five featured artists exploring art and sustainability.
Last summer Niki was selected to participate in the 9th Annual Governors Island Art Fair as well as the Outdoor Sculpture Biennial at Adelphi University in Garden City, NY. Niki currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.