JUDITH EISLER

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    Judith Eisler

    Headlights, 2015

    Oil on canvas

    58 x 76” / 147.32 x 193.04cm

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Born 1962, Newark, New Jersey

Lives and works in Vienna, Austria and Warren, CT

EDUCATION
1984

BFA, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2017

Judith Eisler, curated by Max Henry, Charim Projects, Vienna, Austria

2015

Gloria, GAVLAK, Palm Beach, FL

Close Ups and Two-Shots, GAVLAK, Los Angeles, CA

Movie Lights 6, One Work Gallery, Vienna, Austria

2012

Plein Air, Krobath, Vienna, Austria

2009

Rodeo Season, Krobath, Vienna, Austria

2008

I Don’t Believe It, I Won’t Let It Happen, Cohan and Leslie, New York, NY

Marianne, Glaspavillon, Berlin, Germany

2006

Anhauchen, Krobath, Vienna, Austria

Rapt, Cohan and Leslie, New York, NY

2005

“Drive,” he Said, Grimm Rosenfeld, Munich, Germany

2004

Room Tone, Cohan and Leslie, New York, NY

2003

The Unconscious Has a Reputation, Krobath, Vienna, Austria

2001

Interiors, Krobath, Vienna, Austria

1998

Judith Eisler, Tate Gallery, New York, NY

1995

Judith Eisler, Luhring Augustine, New York, NY (viewing room)

GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2017

Publishing as an Artistic Toolbox:1989-2017, curated by Luca Lo Pinto, Kunsthalle, Vienna

The Truth of Uncertainty, curated by Chrissie Iles, Hall Art Foundation/ Schloss Derneburg Museum, Hanover, Germany

Ugo Rondinone: I Love John Giorno, White Columns, New York

Flaming June VII (Flaming Creatures), Gavlak Gallery, Los Angeles

Hope and Hazard: A Comedy of Eros, curated by Eric Fischl, Hall Art Foundation, Reading, Vermont

2016

Flat Screen, Split Screen, Smoke Screen, curated by Jackie Gendel and Veralliatova, Barbara Walters Gallery, Sarah Lawrence University, Bronxville, NY

2015

Ten Year Anniversary, GAVLAK, Los Angeles, CA & Palm Beach, FL

I Love John Giorno, curated by Ugo Rondinone, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France

2014

When I was Young, I Never Needed Anyone, Mauve, Vienna, Austria

Inaugural Show, GAVLAK, Los Angeles, CA

2012

Still, curated by Peter Fleissig, Frith Street Gallery, London, UK

Second Skin, curated by Victoria Bartlett, VPL, New York, NY

2011

Vanishing Point: Paint and Paintings from the Collection of Debra and Dennis Schollcurated by Gean Moreno, Bass Museum of Art, Miami, FL

Creating the New Century: Contemporary Art from the Dicke Collection, Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, OH

Sammlung-LEIDENSCHAFT, curated by Rudi Molachek, Stift Admont, Austria

2010

Five Year Anniversary Exhibition, GAVLAK, Palm Beach, FL

Judith Eisler, Bryn McConnell, Mariah Robertson, curated by Augusto Arbizo, Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, New York, NY

2009

Infinitesimal Eternity, curated by George Rush, Yale University, New Haven, CT

The Female Gaze, Cheim and Read, New York, NY

2007

Painting of Modern Life, curated by Ralph Rugoff, Hayward Gallery, London, UK; Castello di Rivoli, Turin, Italy

Stranger than Paradise, curated by Max Henry, Charlotte Moser Gallery, Geneva, Switzerland

Neonoir, curated by Cameron Martin, Howard House, Seattle, WA

NeoIntegrity, curated by Keith Mayerson, Derek Eller, New York, NY

Counterparts, curated by Ragan Cole-Cunningham, Contemporary Arts Center of Virginia, Virginia Beach, VA

2006

I Love My Scene, curated by Jose Freire, Mary Boone Gallery, New York, NY

2004

Much Madness is Divinest Sense, Cohan and Leslie, New York, NY

10 Painters, Galleri K, Oslo, Norway

When the Lights Go Out…, Cohan and Leslie, New York, NY

2003

Girls on Film, curated by Joseph Wolin, Penrose Gallery, Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PA

Lazarus Effect: New Painting Today, curated by Luca Beatrice, Lauri Firstenberg and Helena Kontova,  Prague Biennale, Galleria Nazionale Veletrzni Palac, Prague, Czech Republic

Back in Black, Cohan Leslie Browne, New York, NY

2002

Painting as Paradox, curated as Lauri Firstenberg, Artists Space, New York, NY

2001

Das Gespenst, curated by Daniela Holzl, Cora Holzl Gallery, Dusseldorf, Germany

Vice Versa, curated by Michael Lieberman, Rare Gallery, New York, NY

Visibility, Fair: Bill Adams, Judith Eisler, Shirley Irons, curated by Patrick Callery, Murray Guy Gallery, New York, NY

Why Do We Cover Our Interior Walls and Windows?, Krobath, Vienna, Austria

2000

Natural Wonder, Kagan Martos Gallery, New York, NY

1999

Millennium, Tate Gallery, New York, NY

1998

Judith Eisler & Shop @ Up Supastore, Up & Co., New York, NY

Wild/Life or the Impossibility of Mistaking Nature for Culture, curated by Amy Cappellazzo, Weatherspoon Art Gallery, Greensboro, NC

1996

Carl D’Alvia and Judith Eisler, Lauren Wittels Gallery, New York, NY

1995

Ross Bleckner, Peter Cain, Judith Eisler, Jack Pierson, Juan Usle, Christopher Wool, Galleri K, Oslo, Norway

Three Paintings, Lauren Wittels Gallery, New York, NY

Don’t Postpone Joy or Collecting can be Fun, curated by Rudi Molacek, Austrian Cultural Institute, New York; Neue Galerie, Graz, Austria