Pop-Up Show Opening Reception
Works from artists in various mediums will be shown.
Artists included in the Pop-Up Show:
American Artist, Claudia Bitran, Lilian Kreutzberger, Anouk Kruithof, Peter Lapsley, Scott Lawrence, MaryKate Maher, Jonathan Marshall, Andrea Mastrovito, Joy McKinney, Andrew McNay, Martha Mysko, Luka Rayski, Becca Jane Rubinfeld, Alice Schivardi, and Anne Vieux.
Works will continue to be on display for the weekend from 2pm-7pm.
Solo Show at Matteawan Gallery
Multiple works by Lilian Kreutzberger will be viewable.
After opening reception, works will be on display from April 11th- May 3rd.
Openstudio EYEBEAM/Industry City
Stop by for our open house at Eyebeam during Industry City's Open Studios.
Catch a glimpse of what the current resident artists and fellows are up to!
Tours will be taking place at 1pm and again at 5pm that day.
Honorary Resident at EYEBEAM Residency (spring 2015)
Honorary Resident at EYEBEAM Residency (spring 2015)
In light of tectonic shifts in the overlap between art, culture and technology in recent years, Eyebeam threw open its Residency Program to practitioners whose visionary work is not hemmed in by genre or medium but can flourish through technological savvy.
We are thrilled to have the following artists, composers, digital creators, engineers, creative technologists, researchers and cultural producers joining us in creating provocative work that helps realign the arts to the machinic in our Spring/Summer 2015 residency program.
Lisa Chung, Colin Self, Gene Kogan, Mattia Casalegno, Tega Brain, Kenneth Kirschner, Joshue Ott, and Lilian Kreutzberger.
Founded in 1997, Eyebeam was conceived as a non-profit art and technology center dedicated to exposing broad and diverse audiences to new technologies and media arts, while simultaneously establishing and demonstrating new media as a significant genre of cultural production.
Today, Eyebeam offers residencies and fellowships for artists and technologists working in a wide range of media. At any given time, there are up to 12 resident artists and fellows onsite at Eyebeam's production spaces in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, developing new projects and creating work for open dissemination through online, primarily open-source, publication as well as a robust calendar of public programming that includes free exhibitions, lectures and panels, participatory workshops, live performances and educational series.
Eyebeam is an art and technology center that provides a fertile context and state-of-the-art tools for digital research and experimentation.
It is a lively incubator of creativity and thought, where artists and technologists actively engage with culture, addressing the issues and concerns of our time.
Eyebeam challenges convention, celebrates the hack, educates the next generation, encourages collaboration, freely offers its contributions to the community, and invites the public to share in a spirit of openness: open source, open content and open distribution.
Under Ice | Fresh Window, Brooklyn
56 Bogart St, lower level
Brooklyn, NY 11206
Friday - Sunday 1 - 6pm
DIRECTOR'S TOUR, EAF14 at Socrates Sculpture Park
Join Socrates Sculpture Park's Executive Director for the final tour
of "EAF14" before the exhibition closes this March.
"EAF14," the Emerging Artist Fellowship Exhibition, is a cornerstone of the park's visual arts programming and widely acclaimed for the ambition, breadth, and innovation of the works on view.
Hot beverages will be served during this sunset tour.
Email to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 4th.
Socrates Sculpture Park, 32-01 Vernon Blvd, Long Island City, NYC
Johan Buning exhibition
18 oktober 2014 - 22 februari 2015
Museum Henriette Polak,
Zaadmarkt 88, Zutphen
Jisan Ahn, Tiong Ang, Maarten van Aken, Tjebbe Beekman, Jan Commandeur, Aaron van Erp, Andrea Freckmann, Marian de Glopper, Jack Holden, Thijs Jansen, Lillian Kreutzberger, Gabriëlle van de Laak, Rinke Nijburg, Jacco Olivier, Henri Plaat, Jan van der Pol, Sam Samiee, Willem Sanders, Esther Tielemans, Emo Verkerk, Evi Vingerling, Jan Wattjes, Ramon van de Werken, Barbara Wijnveld, Ina van Zyl.
Royal Award for Painting
The Royal Award is annually presented to encourage talented young painters active in the Netherlands. The Award was instituted in 1871 by H.M. King William III. After King William III it was continued by Queen Emma, Queen Wilhelmina, Queen Juliana and Queen Beatrix. They turned this into a true royal tradition. King Willem-Alexander continued this tradition by presenting the Royal Award 2014 on the 10th October in the Royal Palace Amsterdam.
Rob Bouwman, Niels Broszat, Geronimo Cadogan, Roos van Dijk, Koen Doodeman, Jeffrey Dunsbergen, Bob Eikelboom, Anne Forest, Quint Hartmann Frederique Jonker, Lilian Kreutzberger, Henrik Kröner, Daniel Mullen, Janine van Oene, Selma van Panhuis, Oscar van der Put, Tanja Ritterbex Jessica Skowroneck, Eva Spierenburg, Han Sterrenburg, Hugo Tieleman, Sabina Timmermans, Jop Vissers Vorstenbosch, Marieke van 't Zet.
11 October - 2 November 2014 in the Royal Palace, Amsterdam
Tjebbe Beekman, Hans den Hartog Jager, Iris Kensmil, Jan van der Ploeg, Hedwig Saam, Esther Tielemans en Benno Tempel
The 2014 Emerging Artist Fellowship Exhibition at Socrates Sculpture Park
You are cordially invited to the 2014 Emerging Artist Fellowship Exhibition at Socrates Sculpture Park, which will open Sunday September 7th from 3-6 pm followed by a BBQ with dj's.
During the 3 month residency, I built a 30 by 28 ft facade placed horizontally on the floor. The direction in which the facade is layed out follows the grid of Manhattan. As of the day of the opening the sculpture is open for people to sit or walk on and to interact with.
32-01 Vernon Boulevard
Long Island City, Queens at the intersection of Broadway
Subway: Take the N and Q train to the Broadway stop in Queens and walk eight blocks west on Broadway (toward the East River).
Bus: Q103, Q104 to Broadway and Vernon Boulevard (Monday-Friday only)
Matt Callinan, Jordan Griska, Meredith James, Fitzhugh Karol, Lilian Kreutzberger, Zaq Landsberg, Heidi Lau, Amanda Long, Christopher Mahonski, Kimberly Mayhorn, Eto Otitigbe, Brie Ruais, Adward Schexnayder, David Wilson, Dane Winkler.
About the work at Socrates Sculpture Park
Lilian Kreutzberger's white sprawling installation lies flat and unevenly overlooking the east river. Laid horizontally at ground level, Untitled attempts to replicate and fragment a 20th century "wonder" - the modern skyscraper. The grid-like facade of appears to have recently toppled from across the East River, but is now bleached of all distinguishing details.
The two-dimensionality of Kreutzberger's piece raises questions about the relationship between conceptual models and their actual execution. The quasi-literal reconstruction of this architectural relief aims for the efficiency, reason, logic, and perfection of the archetype.
However, in comparison to the source, Untitled feels human and light. Creating tension between intention and reality, the concept and the reconstruction, Untitled implicates the pursuit of ideals with eventual failure and collapse.
Socrates Sculpture Park
The annual Emerging Artist Fellowship (EAF) Exhibition is a cornerstone of Socrates Sculpture Park's visual arts programming and is widely acclaimed for the ambition, breadth, and innovation of the works on view. Featuring fifteen artists, EAF14 is a survey of the compelling and diverse state of sculpture today.
Each EAF14 artist has engaged with the larger narrative of public space in a dynamic and daring way, building upon Socrates Sculpture Park's goal to present socially aware, inspiring art in the public realm.
EAF14 artists were selected through a high competitive process that attracted a broad field of nearly 300 candidates, reviewed by the park's curatorial advisors Anne Barlow (Executive Director, Art in General) and Joe Sheftel (Joe Sheftel Gallery, New York). Selected EAF14 artists were awarded a 2014 Emerging Artist Fellowship, including 24/7 access to the park's outdoor studio and facilities, as well as the financial, technical, and curatorial support to realize his or her most ambitious work possible.
Participation with 2 drawings Tower of Babel/Panopticon in the groupshow (In)constancy of Space
(IN)CONSTANCY OF SPACE
Collective exhibition of Dutch and Croatian artists
The Ring Gallery
September 24 - October 12, 2014
Opening: September 24 at 8 p.m.
The Ring Gallery and the Croatian Association of Artists (HDLU) have pleasure to invite you to the opening of (IN)CONSTANCY OF SPACE, a collective exhibition showing the artworks by Dutch and Croatian artists of younger and middle generation.
The exhibition will be held at the Ring Gallery, in the building owned by the Croatian Association of Artists, from the 24th September to 12th October.
The Opening is on the 24th September, 2014, at 8 p.m. The exhibition will be officially opened by Her Excellency Ellen Berends, ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Croatia.
The exhibition shows the artworks by Dutch and Croatian visual artists who express themselves in the media of video, video-installations, ambiental installations, animations, strip cartoon, graphic arts, painting and drawings. The Netherlands and Croatia are two countries with different historical, cultural and geographical determinants, but at the same time they are the members of the EU and thus make an interesting complementary duo.
The exhibition (IN)CONSTANCY OF SPACE focuses on the way contemporary Dutch and Croatian artists deal with architecture and the spaces it shapes. In their works of art, buildings are not only attractive themes, but they carry various symbolic, sociological, psychological or ideological connotations. The exhibition also touches on the issue of the position of architecture and its spaces in the mind of modern man.
The following artists will present their artworks in the exhibition: Shigeo Arikawa, Anke van den Berg, Tanja Deman, Darko Fritz, Arend Groosman, Tea Hatadi, Willem van der Hofstede, Lilian Kreutzberger, Margareta Lekic, Gabriel Lester, Maja Markovic, Ferenc Molnar, Zoltan Novak, Vedran Perkov, Sara Rajaei, Ana Sladetic, Rik Smits, Robert Simrak, Goran Skofic, Rob Voerman and Danijel Zezelj.
Curators and authors of the concept: Vanja Babic & Neva Lukic.
The exhibition is accompanied by a lavishly produced catalog with the curators' texts and the photographs of artworks, and has been kindly supported by funding from the Ministry of Culture of The Republic of Croatia, City Office for Education, Culture and Sports Zagreb, Netherlands Embassy in Zagreb and Stroom Den Haag.
Interview in Relapse Magazine
Interview about my work and residency at Socrates Sculpture Park in the Fall issue of Relapse Magazine.
Grant from the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation
I am very grateful for being awarded a grant from the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation.
Bushwick Open Studio: Friday May 30th till Sunday May 1th
My studio is in Active Space: 566 Jonhson Avenue, Jefferson-stop L train, on the 3rd floor, #14.
I will be there Friday 12-10pm, Saturday 12 - 4 pm and Sunday 12 - 6 pm.
Emerging Artist Fellow at Socrates Sculpture Park
I will be an Emerging Artist Fellow at Socrates Sculpture Park this summer.
Together with 15 other Fellows, we will be working towards an exhibition opening the 7th of September
of the sculptures made during the residency.
For more information see: Socrates Sculpture Park
Billytown: Your Engagement has Consequences | 19 April - 10 May 2014
Your Engagement has Consequences
Cybil Scott, Wieteke Heldens, Liam Mertens, Lilian Kreutzberger, Peter Edwards & Sevan Garo Nigogosian
19 April - 10 May 2014
18:00 by Monck
20:00 by Peter Edwards
Opening: 19 April, 16:00 - 22:00
Open from Thursday till Sunday from 12:00 to 17:00
Also by appointment (06 142 830 11).
Studio in Brooklyn
My Work in the online magazine INVISIBLE CITY Issue #08 Habitat
INVISIBLE CITY is an online magazine dedicated to showcasing contemporary visual art,
sound and film by emerging artists from Australia and around the world.
Issues are themed.
MANA contemporary open Studio Sunday September 29th 2013, 1-6 pm
You are cordially invited to the Mana contemporary open Studio Sunday September 29th, 1-6 pm. During the event there will be six timely exhibition openings, live performances, and 70+ open artist studios. Transportation from Milk Studios (450 West 15th Street, New York) to Mana Contemporary.
The past 3 months I have worked as one of the first Artists at Eileen S. Kaminsky Family Foundation Residency at Mana Contemporary in Jersey City. During the residency I continued the project 'Engineering Hope', a project in which I look at the materialization of abstract models in particular in relation to architecture and urban planning. This resulted in a new body of painting-like 2 dimensional relief-objects.
888 Newark Avenue
Jersey City, NJ 0730
(Journal Square stop on the Path-Train)
See www.artmanafest.com for more information about the event.
My studio is on the 5th floor. Looking forward to seeing you the 29th!
Parsons Fine Arts MFA Thesis Exhibition : May 17 - 25
The Intelligence of Things
2013 Parsons Fine Arts MFA Thesis Exhibition
The Kitchen, New York
May 18-25, 2013
Opening reception: May 17, 6-8pm
512 West 19th Street
New York, NY 10011
Parsons The New School for Design is pleased to announce 'The Intelligence of Things', the 2013 Parsons Fine Arts MFA Thesis Show curated by Wendy Vogel and Jess Wilcox. The exhibition features new works by Maricruz Alarcón, Elysa D. Batista, Lauren Denitzio, Sarah Allen Eagen, John Furer, Brenda Goldstein, Bing Han, Grace Hong, Sara Jimenez, Lilian Kreutzberger, Wilson Parry, Pieter Paul Pothoven, Isaac Pool, Jessica Posner, G. Scott Raffield, Kaitlynn Redell, Christine Howard Sandoval, Chaney Lane Trotter, Michael Watson, and Ilyn Wong.
For a growing number of contemporary artists and thinkers, the ontology of objects has prompted new investigations and modes of making. Perhaps in reaction to the dominance of screens and images in our daily life, artistic practice has embraced the object-as-thing: estranged, powerful and physical. A like minded investment in materiality can be observed among the 20 artists in this exhibition. The Intelligence of Things presents these artists' practices, which attest to the importance of the object in contemporary life. In these works, spanning different aesthetics and mediums - painting, performance, photography, video, sculpture and installation - objects become ciphers for memory, desire and fantasy. Far from simple gestures, the things in these works articulate their place as icons and bodily analogs, and as protagonists in interiors, architectural spaces and the scope of history.
The exhibition privileges the role of the displayed objects over any overarching curatorial concept. As a title The Intelligence of Things both emphasizes this approach and illuminates these artworks' powerful effect and affect. That is to say that following Kant's purposeful purposelessness, these artworks upend our notions of a thing's effect or intent, and each one has a particular character, demeanor, and accent - whether fierce or foppish. The Intelligence of Things brings together a group of works that resist clear categorization and do not adhere to rigid stylistic doctrines. The exhibition and the works therein, rather, critically explore how things and human subjects together produce meaning in the world.