Marina Kappos is an artist working primarily in painting. Her work has a flat and graphic style, where she often creates stencils and rolls paint onto the surface.

Selected exhibitions include “Transfigured" at Foyer/LA in Los Angeles (2020),  “Peep Show” at China Art Objects in Los Angeles (2011), “Politicus" at The Happy Lion in Los Angeles (2008), “Marina Kappos” at Tokyo Wonder Site, Institute of Contemporary Art in Tokyo (2007), "Yellow Fever" at Sutton Lane in London (2003), "Flora and Fauna" at I-20 Gallery in New York (2002). Group exhibitions include "Animal Crossing" at Inman Gallery, TX (2020), “Connections” at SHRINE, NY (2020), and  “Daughter of Bad Girls” at Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, NY (2014).

Catalogues were published for her 2007 exhibition at Tokyo Wonder Site, Institute for Contemporary Art, and also for her two solo exhibitions at I-20 gallery in NY in 2002 and 1998. Kappos has been reviewed in many publications, including artforum.com, Time Out New York, The Japan Times, and Flash Art.

She has participated in the Tokyo Wonder Site Creator-In-Residence program twice, in 2007, and again in 2013, where she spent several months painting and living in Tokyo.

Kappos received an MFA from the Yale University School of Art in 1997 and a BFA from the California Institute of the Arts in 1995. She lives and works in NYC.