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  • In Transit/Liquid Highway, 2015by Scherezade Garcia - The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery
    Columbia University in 2015 Paleni has shown extensively across Italy and was featured in the 2014 Biennale d Arte Giovani Museo d Arte Moderna e contemporanea dell Alto Mantovano In 2013 she presented a solo exhibition at HB55 Räume der Kunst Berlin Her work has been presented by select New York galleries and she has been an artist in residence with Andrea Zittel s A Z West Joshua Tree California 2014 the Communications History Museum Kaunas Lithuania 2013 and the Wassaic Project NY 2011 2012 In 2012 she was awarded Artists Wanted s Art Takes Time Square Cut Pick finalist prize in 2012 Paleni s painting seeks to capture the ever changing energy of being Her works can be seen simultaneously as both abstract and figurative Her lushly colored surfaces compose dream like imageries Rendered vegetation or furry beasts dissolve into charged brushstrokes A shapely leg is a mere silhouette that opens into another world Pattern and splatter pushes and pulls the eye What seems on first glance to be a type of contemporary surrealism is on closer inspection shot through with quotidian glimpses Paleni s work offers us an otherworldly visual feast Deborah Cullen Director Chief Curator The Wallach

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  • LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies
    Vu Dasha Shishkin Shahzia Sikander Trenton Doyle Hancock Yun Fei Ji Rirkrit Tiravanija Ernesto Caivano Polly Apfelbaum and many other Neiman Center projects in the exhibition Publisher Spotlight LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies at Pace Prints Chelsea NYC from May 27 July 9 2011 Contemporary Prints 1999 2009 at Today Art Museum Beijing China A Decade of Contemporary American Printmaking 1999 2009 Visual Art Center of Academy of Arts and Design Tsinghua University Beijing China Neiman Center Prints in Exhibitions 2008 2009 Neiman Center publications included in the following exhibitions 2008 2009 Kara Walker Harper s Pictorial History of the Civil War Annotated 2005 the entire portfolio in the exhibition Confronting History curated by Emmie Donadio Middlebury College Museum of Art Mahaney Center for the Arts Christian A Johnson Memorial Gallery Middlebury VT Other artists in exhibit Enrique Chagoya Ellen Gallagher Robert Gober William Kentridge Glenn Ligon and Adrian Piper February 13 April 19 2009 Sarah Sze Notepad included in the group exhibition Cutters The Bertha and Karl Leubsdorf Art Gallery at Hunter College NYC January 29 March 14 2009 Sarah Sze Notepad included in the group exhibition Text Messages Books by Artists curated by Siri Engberg at the Walker Art Center Minneapolis MN December 18 2008 April 5 2009 Sarah Sze Notepad included in the group exhibition New Prints 2008 Autumn at the International Print Center NYC October 23 November 22 2008 Ernesto Caivano Knight Interlude the portfolio of 12 etchings included in the group exhibition Pulling from History The Old Masters curated by John Caperton at The Print Center Philadelphia PA February 26 May 14 2009 Tomas Vu Flatlands V included in a group exhibition New Prints 2009 Winter at the International Print Center NYC January 14 February 21 2009 then traveling onto Columbia College Chicago March 25 May 2009 Paula Wilson Remodeled 2007 included in a group exhibition If I Didn t Care curated by Rick Delaney for the Park School Richmond Gallery Davison Lobby January 30 March 30 2009 Mark Dion Scale Natura 2008 The Influence of Fish Tails on the Breaking Waves curated by Irina Zucca Alessandrelli Dec 12th 30th Arlen Austin Kuba Bakowski Per Billgren Nina Canell Robin Watkins Aoife Collins Mark Dion Andrea Galvani Jamie Eisenstein Ana Pivachi The show will travel to the Kuntsi Museum of Modern Art Vaasa Finland for the fall of 2009 Visit www theinfluenceoffishtailsonthebreakingwaves com for more information Shahzia Sikander Embark Disembark on view at Recent Acquisitions Works on Paper Davis Museum and Cultural Center Wellesley College Wellesley MA September 17 December 14 2008 Polly Apfelbaum Flags of Revolt and Defiance portfolio of 31 silkscreen prints included in a group exhibition Flower Power A Subversive Botanical New Mexico Museum of Art Santa Fe NM February 1 May 11 2008 Kiki Smith Tidal 1999 Photogravure Offset Lithography and Silkscreen artist book included in a group exhibition Time is of the Essence Asheville Art Museum Asheville NC February 22 June 22 2008 Neiman Center Prints in Exhibitions 2006 2007

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/arts/neiman/news/prints-exhibitions.html (2016-02-12)
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  • LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies
    releases eyechart and 2 portfolio of 6 prints exhibitied with Carolina Nitsch booth For more information click here Art Stage Singapore January 12 15 2012 Marina Bay Sands Exhibition and Convention Centre Marina Bay Singapore Rirkrit Tiravanija scroll project untitled 2008 2011 the map of the land of feeling scrolls I II and III Displayed in central show space by Ikkan Art Gallery Singapore See photos of installation here The Armory Show March 8 11 2012 Piers 92 94 NYC Sarah Sze 2 set of six prints and Eyechart paper multiple at Carolina Nitsch s booth March 5 8 2009 Piers 92 94 NYC Sarah Sze Notepad presented at Carolina Nitsch s booth November 2007 Yun Fei Ji at Carolina Nitsch gallery The Baltimore Contemporary Print Fair March 28 19 2015 Baltimore Museum of Art MD The Neiman Center was invited to participate in this fair in 2015 Directly on the pristine museum walls the Neiman Center exhibited new work by David Altmejd Sanford Biggers and Cecily Brown as well as earlier publications by Ernesto Caivano Mark Dion and Barnaby Furnas Editions Artists Books Fair November 5 8 2015 The Neiman Center presented new editions by Ernesto Caivano Edward Mapplethorpe Kiki Smith Sarah Sze and Tomas Vu November 2014 The Neiman Center presented new work by David Altmejd Sanford Biggeers Cecily Brown Rirkrit Tiravanija and Craig Zammiello January 2013 Postponed because of the destruction from Hurricane Sandy the E AB Fair took place in conjunction with the Metro Show at the Metropolitan Pavilion The Neiman Center presented new work by Cecily Brown Mark Dion Jasper Johns Sarah Sze and Leigh Ledare November 2012 Ghada Amer Reza Farkondeh Sarah Sze Kara Walker Tomas Vu Rirkrit Tiravanija Estate of Rochelle F Rochelle Feinstein Ernesto Caivano Lothar Osterburg Paula Wilson Jonas Mekas Phong

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/arts/neiman/news/art-fairs.html (2016-02-12)
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  • LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies
    Rockman Thomas Roma Dana Schutz David Shapiro Dasha Shishkin Shahzia Sikander Kiki Smith Sarah Sze Rirkrit Tiravanija Tomas Vu Kara Walker Heimo Wallner Paula Wilson Terry Winters Prints in Exhibitions Representation at Art Fairs In the Press Neiman Center in the Press Press Coverage on the Neiman Center for Print Studies Publications Columbia University s The Record Vol 33 No 13 pg 3 June 11 2008 Neiman Center Masters the Craft of Teaching by Donna Cornachio New York Magazine The Year in Culture Other Entertainments December 18 2006 Art by Mark Stevens and Karen Rosenberg pg 66 and 67 Kara Walker Harper s Pictorial History of the Civil War Annotated illustrated Art on Paper November December 2006 Vol 11 No 2 New Prints Review pg 62 Dana Hoey Profane Waste ArtNews October 2006 Vol 105 No 9 Start the Presses It s printing day at Columbia University by Deidre Stein Greben pg 140 Article on an average day at the LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies The New Yorker February 6 2006 in Galleries Chelsea section review of Selections from the LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies a review of a survey exhibition of the Center s publications at the

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  • LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies
    Bennett Shop Manager Nathan Catlin Collections Neiman Center Publications are in the permanent collections of the following institutions Brooklyn Museum of Art Fogg Art Museum Grinnell College Faulconer Gallery Middlebury College of Art Museum Metropolitan Museum of Art Museum of Fine Arts Boston Museum of Contemporary Art Scottsdale AZ Museum of Modern Art New York Museum of Modern Art San Francisco New York Public Library Philadelphia Museum of Art Princeton University Smithsonian American Art Museum Whitney Museum of American Art Walker Art Center Director s Introduction The LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies was founded by a generous endowment from LeRoy and Janet Neiman in 1996 to promote printmaking through education production and exhibition of prints The center provides students as well as established artists a rich environment to investigate and produce images through a myriad of printmaking techniques which include intaglio lithography silkscreen relief photography and digital imaging In our academic programming we encourage undergraduate and graduate students to explore the various printmaking media through a wide array of classes fellowships and studio work In addition to strong technical instruction we also support the students in creating work that challenges the established conventions of printmaking moving print into new and innovative territory Through our fellowship program students have the opportunity to gain experience on the professional level by assisting with the production of artists editioned work in the professional printshop The Neiman Center Gallery hosts a wide array of exhibitions throughout the year showcasing the work of invited artists Visual Arts faculty undergraduate and graduate students and work produced in the professional printshop The exhibits give student work public exposure in a professional setting and bring outside voices to the Neiman Center creating a rich environment of display and dialogue As part of its goal to bring a professional

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  • LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies
    Alexis Canter looking on Dasha Shishkin MFA 06 smiling at work sponging at offset press Dasha Shishkin MFA 06 signing her project Hideous Potato missed terribly with likes and no hate Dasha Shishkin MFA 06 signing some more of her project Hideous Potato missed terribly with likes and no hate Klaus Bürgel resting after a hard day of work at the Neiman Center Klaus Bürgel signing his editions in the shop Dasha Shishkin MFA 06 sponging her plate on the offset press Dasha Shishkin MFA 06 curating her edition with master printer Megan Foster Dasha Shishkin MFA 06 curating her edition with master printer Megan Foster Dasha Shishkin MFA 06 spraying her plate on the offset press with Megan Foster and Noah Breuer MFA 07 looking on Ohad Meromi MFA New Genres 04 looking on as Megan Foster examines his work Ohad Meromi MFA New Genres 04 looking on as Megan Foster examines his work Megan Foster and Shahzia Sikander discuss her projects some are behind her Yun Fei Ji smiling with Megan Foster they are mixing inks Yun Fei Ji smiling with Megan Foster they are mixing inks Ohad Meromi MFA New Genres 04 working on his project making films Ohad Meromi MFA New Genres 04 working on his project making films Ohad Meromi MFA New Genres 04 working on his project making films Paula Wilson MFA 05 cutting her own ruby lith Paula Wilson MFA 05 working on her project Polly Apfelbaum and Klaus Bürgel discussing their work with Ann Marie Heal MFA 07 smiling in background Gretchen Rubin looking on as Dana Hoey experiments with additional handwork on her print Yun Fei Ji working on his film Megan Foster master printer getting the job done left to right Kara Walker artist talking with Paula Wilson MFA 05

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  • LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies
    Address LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies Columbia University 310 Dodge Hall MC 1806 2960 Broadway New York NY 10027 Telephone Telephone 212 854 7641 Email neimancenter columbia edu Staff Artistic Director Tomas Vu Daniel Associate Director Marie Tennyson Neiman Gallery Manager Marie Tennyson Studio Project Manager Nathan Catlin Campus Map Visiting the Neiman Center Take the 1 train to 116th Street or a taxi to 116th and Broadway Enter

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  • Columbia University: Visitor Information
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