Elaine Angelopoulos » CV

Current:

  

Ongoing:

Walkabouts – Monthly two hour performance walks through neighborhoods surrounding the Atlantic Yards Project and beyond. Audio recordings and photographs will be posted onto a webpage dedicated in the project in the near future.

2012:

Amplify Action – Group Exhibition curated by the Pratt Institute Center for Sustainability and Community Outreach; Skylight Gallery and the Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation, Brooklyn

2011:

Twin Twin – Exhibition of Postcard Edition curated by Matt Freedman and Tim Spelios; Pierogi Gallery, Williamsburg Brooklyn

Per-son-age- Group Exhibition of videos curated by Rico Gatson; Famous Accountants Gallery, Bushwick, Brooklyn

Kickin' It – Group Exhibition curated by Suzan Shutan; Soapbox Gallery, Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, New York

Dear Veteran – Performance in-process in part of larger composition, Affinitas; as Associate Performer with UteHaus, Directed by Ernesto Pujol; week-long residency and event in Abramovic Studio @ Location One, New York, New York

"Where is my Perpendicular"  – Included in outdoor Sculpture Exhibition on the SUNY Plattsburg campus (Originally produced and exhibited at Franconia Sculpture Park), Plattsburg, New York

2010:

Whirlwinds – Group Exhibition and Performance Series, in conjunction with Sexuate Subjects: Politics, Poetics, and Ethics; a Luce Irigaray Circle Conference, at UCL/Bloomsbury, London, UK.

At Her Age – Group Exhibition curated by Martha Wilson, A.I.R.Gallery, Dumbo, Brooklyn, New York

Private Performances 1-6 – A bi-weekly studio series featuring an intimatesetting of refreshments, art displays, and studio interactions while in persona with visitors as an encompassing event. In preparation for the Whirlwinds performance Series in London; 87 Third Avenue Studio, Brooklyn, New York

Like A Prayer: Reflections of the 21st Century Feminine – Group Exhibition curated by Andy Antippas and Martina Batan, Barrister's Gallery, New Orleans, Louisiana

Resurrectine – Group Exhibition curated by Ronald Feldman and Sean Elwood, Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, New York 

Preserve, Protect, Perpetuate - An EIDIA HOUSE project installation; Curated by Paul Lemarre and Melissa Wolf, Plato's Cave, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York

Feeling What No Longer Is – Group Exhibition included Changing of the Guard  a three-hour performance work, curated by Serra Sabuncuoglu; A.I.R. Gallery, Dumbo, Brooklyn, New York

Mean and Sneaking – Group Exhibition curated by Vicki Sher, Five Myles Gallery, Brooklyn, New York

2009:

Black and White Works – Summer Group Exhibition of contemporary artists work curated by Peggy Jarrell Kaplan, Marco Nocella and Ronald Feldman; Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, New York

 MFA Thesis Exhibition – Group Exhibition of work by the class of 2009 from Maine College of Art, Institute for Contemporary Art, Portland, Maine

2008:

Three Point Nomad – A weekend performance featuring an intimate setting of refreshments, art displays, and studio interactions while in persona with visitors as an encompassing event (November 27-30); 87 Third Avenue Studio, Brooklyn, New York

Maximum Performance  – Featured in both Group Exhibition and Performance Series including VJ Performance a 3 hour live video mixing session, curated by Peter Dobill, English Kills Art Gallery, Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York  

Sustaining Visions– Group Exhibition in   homage to Arlene Raven curated by Ann Swartz, Lemmerman Gallery, New Jersey City University

2007:

"Disarming Images" – a project produced by Artists Against the War; Exhibited in several venues including the Hillwood Art Museum

CW Post Campus of Long Island University; and Crabs of Grass , group show at Hallwalls Art Space in Buffalo, New York; and in conjunction with the Anarchy Film Series at Track 16 Gallery, Bergamot Station, Santa Monica, CA since 2005

"Quotes of Dissent" & "Mending Civility" - two Performance works executed as interventions in Monument Square and in Congress Square, through Maine College of Art, Portland, Maine  

2006:    

"Where is my Perpendicular" Jerome Fellowship Recipient for 2003 Exhibition of outdoor sculpture produced at Franconia Sculpture Park, Shafer, Minnesota since 2003

2005:

Structuring Perception – Group Exhibition curated by Elizabeth Grady Nurture Art Space, Brooklyn, New York

Entropy Interrupted - Group Exhibition curated by Graduates of the FIT Art in the Marketplace Graduate Program, 220 Project Space, Brooklyn, New York

Turned On - Group Exhibition in part of Project Diversity, Eleven Ten Gallery, Brooklyn, New York 

2004:   

"Quotes of Dissent" & "Mending Civility" - two Performance works featured in the annual studio tour of the DUMBO Arts Festival,Brooklyn, New York

Face Off - Group Exhibition curated by Martina Batan, Sean Elwood, Marco Nocella and Ronald Feldman, Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, NewYork, New York

 Sweat and Tears Performance – in the Summer Academy of Salzburg, Austria; under the direction of Jan Fabre and Barbara Deconinck   

Exhibition with Jon Waldo  - in part of 2004 Exhibition Program at PS 122 Gallery, New York, New York

Ides of March Show – Biennial Exhibition curated by Scott Seaboldt and Steven Englander; ABC No Rio, New York, New York   

2003:

Gush - Group Exhibition curated by Joy Glidden; DUMBO Art Center, Brooklyn, New York

Woander - 8-10 Day Performance and Outdoor Site-Specific Installation; PS 122 Art Gallery, New York, New York

American Dream – Two Venue Group Exhibition curated by Ronald Feldman and Sean Elwood @ Ronald Feldman Fine Arts Inc., New York, New York

2002:

Brooklyn 2002 - Performance work with Sarah Paulson in the Parade of Concept, in annual DUMBO Arts Festival, Brooklyn, New York

Ides of March Show – Biennial Exhibition curated by Scott Seaboldt ABC No Rio, New York, New York  

30th Anniversary Invitational Exhibition - A.I.R. Gallery; New York, New York 

2000:

Where Are We? Organized and participated in day long collaborative Happening with Elizabeth Castagna and Fotini Vurgaropoulou, Re-interpretations of the DUMBO landscape

Annual Studio Tour - DUMBO Arts Festival, Brooklyn, New York; Participant in open studio tour since 1997

1999:

NYC 10/19/98Video stills of the Matthew Shepard Vigil; Reading Room Gallery @ Different Light Bookstore; New York, New York 

Small Works Show – Group Exhibition juried by Ronald Feldman; 80 Washington Square South Gallery, New York, New York

1995:

Member's Choice - Group Exhibition of Emerging Women Artists curated by members of AIR Gallery; AIR Gallery, New York, New York

The Global Sweatshop - Group Exhibition, featuring installation collaboration work with E.A. Racette, curated by Mary Ann Wadden, Art In General, New York, New York  

1994:

Two Days - Group Exhibition and Event Series; Meticulous Repetition a durational performance piece Slippery Media Space, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York

1993:

Women's Art Women's Lives Women's Issues - Group Exhibition commemorating Women's History Month Tweed Gallery @ City Hall, New York, New York

1991:

CHOICE Show – Group Exhibition for Reproductive Rights AIR Gallery, New York, New York

1990:

Peripheral Visions - Group Exhibition questioning Eurocentrism; curated by Todd Ayoung; Brecht Forum, New York, New York; Reviewed in Downtown, February 7, 1990

1988:   

Alter Ego Show - Group Exhibition Minor Injury Gallery, Brooklyn, New York

 

Articles, Interviews, Reviews, Citations, Publications, Websites

Barrister's Gallery http://www.barristersgallery.com/angelopoulos.html

Plato's Cave: An EIDIA House Project     www.eidia.com/plato/

Irving Sandler File at Artist's Space website   www.artistsspace.org

International Artists Website   www.re-title.com

Franconia Sculpture Park    www.Franconia.org

Pierogi Files    www.Pierogi2000.com

2011:

The Protest Issue: Capricious Magazine, Issue 12, curated by Emily Roysdon, published by Capricious Publishing

2010:

Sophie Landres review: "Feeling what no Longer is", The Brooklyn Rail, June, 2010 

Feeling What No Longer Is, catalogue to group exhibition Published by curator, Serra Sabuncuoglu

2009:

The Nested Self; MFA Thesis Publication through Lulu.com (under Arts & Photography)

MECA 2009; catalogue of work by the MFA class of 2009, published by the MECA graduate program

2007:

Anne Swartz interview: "Elaine Angelopoulos: Engaged by Anne Swartz", NY Arts Magazine (Online), September – October 2007 Feature

2006:   

Stephen Maine review: "Dateline Brooklyn", ArtNet (Online), January 2006

2005:

Entropy Interrupted; Exhibition catalogue published by the FIT Art in the Marketplace Graduate Program, New York, New York

"Choice List of Shows To See in Brooklyn", Artforum (Online) December 2005

"Choice List of Shows To See in Brooklyn", Time Out Magazine (Online), December 2005 

 David Markus review: "Facing Off with the New World Order", NY Arts, January/February 2005

2004:

Ides of March, Limited Edition Exhibition catalogue published by ABC No Rio, New York, New York

Christopher Bollen review: "Face Off", Artforum.com, November 4, 2004.

Holland Cotter review: "Face Off". The New York Times, November 26, 2004.

Feature segment with Jan Fabre, Kulturzeit Website/Cultural TV Program, Salzburg, Austria Summer 2004

2003:  

"New Sculptures" review: St. Paul Pioneer Press, Twin Cities, Minnesota, Summer 2003

Lori Waxman review: "American©an Dre@m: a survey", Parachute: Contemporary Art Magazine, July 2003

2003:

American Dream; exhibition catalog published by Ronald Feldman Fine Arts Inc., and distributed by D.A.P., New York, New York

Bruce Kayton, author of Radical Walking Tours of New York City; published by Seven Stories Press, February 2003, New York, NewYork, p 209

2002:

Ides of March; limited edition exhibition catalog published by ABC No Rio, New York, New York

2000:

David Hammonds, curator: Gathering of the Tribes , Journal 9, New York, New York  

1999:  

Blood and Tears: Poetry Anthology in the memory of Matthew Shepard,  published by Painted Leaf Press, New York, New York

 

Conferences, Lectures and Symposiums

2010:                                   

Visiting Critic, New York University, graduate class on Interventionist Art: Tactics and Strategy, Instructed by Todd Ayoung

Panelist, among artists from Whirlwinds; exhibition and performance series moderated by Jane Rendell and Dr. Ana Araujo, in conjunction with Sexuate Subjects Politics, Poetics, and Ethics; a Luce Irigaray Circle Conference, at UCL/Bloomsbury, London, UK.

Guest Lecturer, School of Visual Arts, undergraduate class on Performance, instructed by Jane Harris

2009:

Visiting Critic, Pratt Institute, undergraduate class on Installation Art & New Media, Instructed by Lisa Bateman

2008:           

Panel Discussion Moderated by Anne Swartz, among colleague artists to discuss our work, the writing process for artists, and the legacy of Arlene Raven; in conjunction with exhibition, Sustaining Visions, at the Lemmerman Gallery, Jersey City University, Jersey City, New Jersey

2004:          

Panelist, among colleague of artists from Structuring Perception  exhibition moderated by Veronica Mijelshon, at Nurture Art Gallery

1994:

Guest Lecturer, Pratt Institute, undergraduate class on Critical Issues, instructed by Corrine Robbins

1990:

Guest Lecturer, Artist Student's League, Advanced Painting Instructed by Rudolf Baranik

Education:

MFA 2009   from Maine College of Art;  Interdisciplinary Studio and Theory

BFA 1987 from Pratt Institute (Cum Laude); Major: Painting; Minor: Communications Design

Awards, Grants

2012:

Honorarium Recipient from Amplify Action/Pratt Institutute

2010:

Emergency Grant from the Foundation for Contemporary Art

2009:

Maine College of Art Student Scholarship since 2007

2006:

Honorarium Recipient from SUNY Plattsburgh

2003:  

Jerome Fellowship Recipient through Franconia Sculpture Park

1986:

Recipient of a Charles A. Dana Foundation Student Award

1983:

Pratt Competitive Scholarship

Additional CV information:

Angelopoulos has participated in several performance art works, socially engaged events, and political art collaborations since 1990. This information is furnished upon request.

  

 

 

        

  


 

 

 

 

 

 

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