ELEANNA

 

 

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Born in Evanston, IL

 

EDUCATION

2005      Master of Fine Arts, Painting and Drawing, Temple University, Tyler School of Art, Elkins Park, PA

2002      Bachelor of Arts, Studio Art, Concentration in Women’s and Gender Studies, Kenyon College, Gambier, OH

 

AWARDS,  GRANTS, RESIDENCIES

2020      Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts, Newcastle, ME (forthcoming)

2019      Rauschenberg Residency, Captiva, FL

2018      Grant Wood Fellow, Iowa City, IA

2017      Yaddo Fellow, Saratoga Springs, NY

2016      BAU at Camargo Fellow, Cassis, France

2014      Economic Relief Grant, The Mayer Foundation, New York, NY

2014      Emergency Grant, Artists' Fellowship Inc, New York, NY

2013      The Old American Can Factory Artist-in-Residence, Brooklyn, NY

2011      Anderson Ranch Residency and Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation, Snowmass Village, CO

2009      Atlantic Center for the Arts Residency and Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation, New Smyrna, FL

2008-10 Chashama Studio Program, Brooklyn Army Terminal, Brooklyn, NY

2002      Margaret E. Leslie Prize in Art, Kenyon College, Gambier, OH

2002      The Molly Hatcher Prize in Women’s and Gender Studies, Kenyon College, Gambier, OH

2002      Purchase Prize, Kenyon College, Gambier, OH

 

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2019      HIGH NOON Gallery, New York, NY (catalog)

2019      Maharishi University, Fairfield, IA

2018      University of Tennessee, Berkana, Knoxville, TN

2018      Kent Place School, Aphrodite's Chariot, Summit, NJ

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2019      BRIC Arts Media, BRIC Biennial: Vol. III, curated by Elizabeth Ferrer and Jenny Gerow, Brooklyn, NY (catalog)

2017      dOGUMENTA, Brookfield Place, New York, NY

2017      Spring Break Art Show, Para-Verbal Vocab, curated by Kristen Racaniello, New York, NY

2016      E.Tay Gallery, Verblist, curated by Mark Joshua Epstein, New York, NY

2016      Richard and Dolly Maass Gallery, Purchase College, Physical Painting, curated by Jennifer Samet, Westchester, NY

2015      Trestle Projects, GAME GENIE, curated by Polly Shindler and Will Hutnick, Brooklyn, NY

2014      68 Projects, Person, Place or Thing: Works on Paper, curated by Quang Bao, Berlin, Germany

2014      Rema Hort Mann Foundation, LA Initiative Benefit Art Auction, organized by Stanley Hollander, Los Angeles, CA

2014      Bushwick Open Studios 2014, Do it yourself, curated by Julie Alexander, Brooklyn, NY

2013      President Clinton Projects, Location! Location! Location!, curated by Sun You, Brooklyn, NY

2012      Sardine, Peaces on Earth, curated by Jon Lutz, Brooklyn, NY

2012      DIE AUSSTELLUNGSSTRASSE, “To keep us in the dark ages of color”, curated by Elsa Koenig, Vienna, Austria

2011      South Bend Museum of Art, Biennial 26, Juried by Betsy Carpenter of the Walker Art Center, South Bend, IN

2011      Marianne Boesky, BWYlove, Rema Hort Mann Foundation, New York

2009      Galerie Vaclava Spaly, Symbio/ Biopolis, Prague, Czech Republic

2009      National Hellenic Museum, Neolaia Pathos, Chicago, IL

2007      Kouros Gallery, Accrochage, New York, NY

 

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

2019      Ledesma, Jared, "Deceptively Incomplete", Grant Wood Fellow's Exhibition Catalog Essay, August 15

2019      Kirmann, Anne-Valérie, "Eleanna Anagnos: The Interview", Abstract Room, July 31

2019      Hackbardt, M. et al., A Celebration of 50 Years of Women Artists at Kenyon College

2019      DeLamater, K., "Historical, Social and Artistic Implications of Collaboration in Contemporary Hand Papermaking", Hand Papermaking Magazine, July

2019      Burns, Emily, "Eleanna Anagnos, Mother Tongue", Maake Magazine, May 24

2019      Grill, Clare, "The Place Where the Waves Lick the Sandy Edge" Mother Tongue Exhibition Catalog Essay, May 18

2019      Steinhauer, Jillian, "New York Art Galleries: What to See Right Now", The New York Times, March 28

2019      Steinhauer, Jillian, "What to See in New York Art Galleries This Week",  The New York Times, January 23

2018      Sutton, Benjamin, "The Pleasures and Pitfalls of Starting and Sustaining an Artist-Run Gallery", Artsy, August 28

2017      Barone, Joshua, "Treats, Jewelry, and Astro Turf: Scenes From an Art Show for Dogs", The New York Times, August 11

2017      Cascone, Sarah, "Art Unleashed! Take a Tour of 'dOGUMENTA,' America's First Art Exhibition That's Just for Dogs", Artnet, August 11

2017      Schmitt-Tegge, Johannes,  "Kunstkenner auf Pfoten, 'Dogumenta' in New York", Sudkurier, August 11

2017      Stav, Ziv, "The Latest Art Trend is Catering to Dogs, Because Canines Deserve Entertainment, Too", Newsweek, June 28

2017      Schwendener, Martha, 10 Galleries to Visit Now in Brooklyn, The New York Times, April 27

2017      McCafferty, Kelly, "White Chalky Powder", The Coastal Post, March 23

2017      Kreimer, Julian, "Wish Me Good Luck", Art in America, January 27

2016      Sutton, Benjamin, "Your Concise Guide to Gowanus Open Studios 2016, Hyperallergic, October 13

2015      Torrey, Emily, "The New York Artist-Run Galleries You Need to Know - Part I", Artsy, November 13

2015      Sutton, Benjamin, "From Giant Steel Angels to Titillating Collages,Favorites from Gowanus Open Studios 2015", Hyperallergic, October 20

2015      Weekend Edition, "11Things to do in New York's art world before June 16th" New York Observer, June 11

2009      Adams, Ryan, Hello Sunshine, Akashic Books: New York, NY (front and back cover art)

2009      Bryan, Meredith. "Eight-Day Week" The New York Observer, January 6

 

TEACHING APPOINTMENTS

2018      University of Iowa,The Grant Wood Visiting Assistant Professor in Painting and Drawing, Iowa City, IA

2017      University of Tennessee Knoxville, Visiting Assistant Professor of Painting, Knoxville, TN

2010      Kenyon College, Visiting Assistant Professor of Art and Assistant Director, Kenyon in Rome, Rome, Italy

2009      Kenyon College, Visiting Assistant Professor of Art and Assistant Director, Kenyon in Rome, Rome, Italy

2006      Georgia Southern University, Visiting Assistant Professor of Art, Statesboro, GA

2004      Tyler School of Art, Teaching Assistant, Stanley Whitney, Rome, Italy

2003      Tyler School of Art, Teaching Assistant, Marina Adams, Rome, Italy

 

LECTURES / VISITING CRITIC

2020      NARS Foundation, Visiting Critic, New York, NY (forthcoming)

2020      Brooklyn College, Visiting Critic, Brooklyn, NY (forthcoming)

2019      Maharishi University, Lecture, Fairfield, IA

2019      Stanley Museum, University of Iowa, Lecture, Iowa City, IA

2018      Maharishi University, Visiting Critic, Fairfield, IA

2018      Residency Unlimited, Visiting Critic, Brooklyn, NY

2017      University of Tennessee, Lecture, Knoxville, TN

2017      Columbia University, Lecture for undergraduate seminar, New York, NY

2016      Wassaic Projects, Visiting Critic and Lecture, Wassaic, NY

2016      SUNY Purchase College, Visiting Critic and Lecture, Purchase, NY

2015      Trestle Projects, Lecture, Brooklyn, NY

2008      Kenyon College, Lecture, Gambier, OH

2005      Georgia Southern University, Lecture, Statesboro, GA

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2014-     Ortega y Gasset Projects, Co-Director, Brooklyn, NY

2013-18 Cycle Architecture + Planning, Managing Associate, Brooklyn, NY

2007-12 Stanley Whitney Studio, Studio Manager, New York, NY

2007-10 Will Cotton, Studio Manager, New York, NY

2007      Cora Cohen, Studio Manager, New York, NY

 

SELECTED CURATORIAL PROJECTS

2019      Ortega y Gasset Projects, Ben Pederson, Some Stuff You Forgot About, Brooklyn, NY

2018      Ortega y Gasset Projects / The Skirt, Jim Osman, Saxon Corner, Brooklyn, NY

2017      Ortega y Gasset Projects, Padma Radendran, Among Nines (Directors co-curated), Brooklyn, NY

2017      Ortega y Gasset Projects, Rick Briggs: (I) Pine, (Directors co-curated), Brooklyn, NY

2016      Ortega y Gasset Projects, Monica Palma: Wish Me Good Luck, Brooklyn, NY

2015      Ortega y Gasset Projects, Love Child, Brooklyn, NY

 

PANELS, ROUND-TABLE DISCUSSIONS & SALONS

2018      University of Iowa, Grant Wood Symposium, Art in Public, with Jen Krava and Traci Molloy

              Moderated by Eleanna Anagnos, Iowa City, IA, September 29

2018      Ortega y Gasset Projects, Geometry, with B.Wurtz, Fawn Krieger, Nichole Van Beek, Jim Osman, and Kerry Law, moderated by

              Eleanna Anagnos and Eric Hibit, Brooklyn, NY, April 3

2017      University of Tennessee, Knoxville, On Curating Artists, with Michelle Grabner and Clare Grill

              Moderated by Eric Cagley, Knoxville, TN, September 29

2015      NY Creative Salon, On Labor, with Andrew Prayzner, Doug Barrett, Lauren Frances Adams, Sarah Rushford & Eric Hibit

              Moderated by Eleanna Anagnos, Brooklyn, NY, September 29

2015      NY Creative Salon, On Research, Moderated by Jennifer Shepherd, Brooklyn, NY, August 11

2014      LaTable Ronde, Critical Practices Inc, On Post-Work and the Citizen Artist with Mary Billyou, New York, NY, Oct 30

2013      LaTable Ronde, Critical Practices Inc, On Media with Thomas Zummer, New York, NY, Oct 13