Selected works by Judith Eisler

Judith Eisler
Johnny

2007

Oil on canvas

183 x 244 cm






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Caroline Achaintre    Rebecca Ackroyd    Markus Amm    Tom Anholt    Ivan Argote    Dan Attoe    Sara Barker    Michael Bauer    Dan Bayles    Anna Freeman Bentley    Emilia Bergmark    Gabriele Beveridge    Richard Billingham    Alina and Jeff Bliumis    Gabriella Boyd    Sarah Braman    Bozidar Brazda    Jonny Briggs    David Brooks    Joey Bryniarska    Agnieszka Brzezanska    Peter Linde Busk    Carter    Nathan Cash Davidson    Loz Chalk    Ronin Cho    James Clarkson    Lucy Coggle    Andy Collins    Jessica Craig-Martin    Ana Cvorovic    Ian Davis    Inez de Coo    Nicholas Dedics    Robert Dowling    Stef Driesen    Colden Drystone    Howard Dyke    Ara Dymond    Judith Eisler    David Ellis    Annabel Emson    Ayan Farah    Maria Farrar    Dee Ferris    Daphne Fitzpatrick    Luc Fuller    Michael Fullerton    Dmitri Galitzine    Julia Goldman    NoĂ©mie Goudal    Elias Hansen    Hilary Harnischfeger    Chris Hawtin    Kati Heck    Valerie Hegarty    David Herbert    Patrick Hill    Richard Höglund    Dan Holdsworth    Phillipa Horan    Shara Hughes    David Humphrey    Tom Hunter    Jessica Jackson Hutchins    Merlin James    Jacob Dahl JĂĽrgensen    Tillman Kaiser    Scott King    Terence Koh    Alice Könitz    John Kørner    Ulrich Lamsfuss    Liane Lang    Molly Larkey    Paul Lee    George Henry Longly    Juliette Losq    Lake & Evans    Jill Mason    Simon Mathers    Claire McArdle    Ella McCartney    Martin McMurray    Ryan McNamara    Turay Mederic    Robert Melee    Aleksandra Mir    Ian Monroe    Kristine Moran    Eduard Moreno    Luisa Mota    Carlos Noronha Feio    Nick Nowicki    William J. O'Brien    Matt O'dell    Mona Osman    Marco Palmieri    Selma Parlour    Oliver Perkins    Dustin Pevey    Marius Pfannenstiel    Benedetto Pietromarchi    Alejandra Prieto    Arthur Prior    Max Prus    Neil Raitt    Sean Raspet    Brian Reed    Halsey Rodman    Florian Roithmayr    Ruth Root    Jessica Sanders    Stefan Sandner    Hideyuki Sawayanagi    Amba Sayal-Bennett    Lara Schnitger    Maaike Schoorel    Anne Kathrin Schuhmann    Macrae Semans    Jamie Shovlin    Daniel Silver    Agathe Snow    Anne Speier    Jeni Spota    Roman Stanczak    Martina Steckholzer    Jack Strange    Miriam Sweeney    Shaan Syed    Emma Talbot    Mateo Tannatt    Stephanie Taylor    Adam Thompson    Rafal Topolewski    Ryan Trecartin    Francis Upritchard    Marianne Vitale    Caroline Walker    John Wallbank    Ben Washington    Chuck Webster    Aaron Wexler    Poppy Whatmore    Julia Whiting    Jenny Wiener    Alexi Williams Wynn    Susanne M. Winterling    Saskia Olde Wolbers    Joel Wyllie    Haeri Yoo

Judith Eisler's Biography

Judith Eisler
Born 1962 , Newark, New Jersey
Lives and works in Vienna, Austria and Warren,Connecticut



SOLO EXHIBITIONS


2015
Close Ups and Two-Shots,Gavlak, Los Angeles
Movie Lights 6, One Work Gallery, Vienna

2012
Plein Air, Krobath, Vienna

2009
Rodeo Season, Krobath, Vienna

2008
I Don’t Believe it, I Won’t Let it Happen, Cohan and Leslie, New York

2006
Anhauchen, Galerie Krobath Wimmer, Vienna
Rapt, Cohan and Leslie, New York

2005
Drive, he said, Grimm + Rosenfeld, Munich

2004
room tone, Cohan and Leslie, New York

2003
The Unconscious has a Reputation, Galerie Krobath Wimmer, Vienna

2001
Interiors, Galerie Krobath Wimmer, Vienna

1995
Luhring Augustine Gallery, New York (project room)


GROUP EXHIBITIONS


2015
I Love John Giorno, curated by Ugo Rondinone, Palais de Tokyo, Paris
Inaugural Show, Gavlak, Los Angeles

2012
Still, curated by Peter Fleissig, Frith Street Gallery, London

2011
Vanishing Point: Paint and Paintings from the Collection of Debra and Dennis Scholl, curated 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 Gallery, Palm Beach, Florida
Judith Eisler, Bryn McConell, Mariah Robertson, curated by Augusto Arbizo, Greenberg Van Doren, NYC

2009
Infinitesimal Eternity, curated by George Rush, Yale University, New Haven, Ct.
The Female Gaze, Cheim and Read, New York

2007
Painting of Modern Life, curated by Ralph Rugoff, Hayward Gallery, London and Castello di Rivoli, Turin.
Stranger than Pardise, curated by Max Henry, Charlotte Moser Gallery, Geneva.
Neonoir, curated by Cameron Martin, Howard House, Seattle.
NeoIntegrity, curated by Keith Mayerson, Derek Eller, New York.
Counterparts, curated by Ragan Cole-Cunningham,Contemporary Arts Center of Virginia, Virginia Beach.

2006
II love My Scene, Mary Boone Gallery, curated by Jose Freire

2005
Much madness is divinest sense, Cohan and Leslie, New York

2004
Painters, Galleri K, Oslo
When the lights go out..., Cohan and Leslie, New York

2003
Girls on Film, Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia
Back in Black, Cohan and Leslie, New York
Lazarus Effect. New Painting Today, curated by Luca Beatrice, Lauri
Firstenberg and Helena Kontova Prague Biennale, Galleria Nazionale Veletrzni Palac, Prague

2002
Painting as Paradox, curated by Lauri Firstenberg, Artists Space, New York

2001
Das Gespenst, curated by Daniela Holzl, Cora Holzl Gallery, DĂĽsseldorf
Vice Versa, curated by Michael Lieberman, Rare Gallery, New York
Visibility, Fair: Bill Adams, Judith Eisler, Shirley Irons, curated by Patrick Callery, Murray Guy Gallery, New York
Why Do We Cover Our Interior Walls and Windows? Galerie Krobath Wimmer, Vienna

2000
Natural Wonder, Kagan Martos Gallery, New York

1999
Millennium, Tate Gallery, New York

1998
Judith Eisler & Shop @ Supastore, Up&Co., New York
Wild/Life or the Impossibility of Mistaking Nature for Culture, curated by Amy Cappellazzo, Weatherspoon Art Gallery, Greensboro, North Carolina

1995
Ross Bleckner, Pater Cain, Judith Eisler Jack Pierson, Juan Usle, Christopher Wool, Galerie K, Oslo
Three Paintings, Lauren Wittels Gallery, New York

1994
Don’t Postpone Joy or Collecting can be Fun, curated by Rudi Molacek, Austrian Cultural Institute, New York, and Neue Galerie, Graz, Austria