Linda Matalon
Portfolio von Linda Matalon
Ausstellungen mit Kadel Willborn:
1958 in Brooklyn geboren, lebt und arbeitet in Brooklyn, US

Artist-in-Residence, Dartmouth College, Hanover, US
Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, New York, US
New York Foundation for the Arts, New York, US
Art Matters, New York, US
Provincetown Fine Arts Work Center Fellowship, Provincetown, US
Cintas Foundation Inc., New York, US

Institutional Collections
Centre Pompidou, Paris, FR
Deutsche Bank Collection, Frankfurt, DE
Brooklyn Museum, New York, US
2013 "echo echo", Blackston, New York, US
2012 "Middle Falls", Bennington College, Usdan Gallery, Bennington, US
"Work: 1977-2012", Dartmouth College, Jaffe-Friede Gallery, Hanover, US
2005 "1 6 7", Gray Kapernekas Gallery, New York, US
"Middle Falls", Wynn Kramarsky / Fifth Floor Foundation, New York, US
2003 "Open Gates: Recent Sculpture and Drawings", Herter Art Gallery, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, US
2001 Project Room installation, Cohan Leslie and Browne, New York, US
Cohan Leslie and Browne, New York, US
1997 "What Remains", Van Every Smith Galleries, Davidson College Visual Arts Center, Davidson, US
"Gathering and Protecting", Jack Shainman Gallery, New York, NY / The Wolfson Galleries at Miami Dade College, Miami, US
1996 Stephen F. Austin University Gallery, Nacaodoches, US
1994 Yoshii Gallery, New York, US
1993 Galerie Yoshii, Paris, FR
1992 Yoshii Gallery, New York, US
2018 "Intoto", Paris, FR, curated by Thomas Fougeirol
2017 with Esther Kläs, Kadel Willborn, Düsseldorf, DE
"Intoto", Paris, FR, curated by Thomas Fougeirol
"Grammer", Coustof Waxman Gallery, Brooklyn, New York, US
2016 "Lean", Embajada, curated by Elena Tavecchia, San Juan, PR
2015 "Risk", Turner Contemporary, Margate, Kent, UK
2014 "Linda Matalon, Agnes Martin, Joyce Hinterding", curated by Katie Dyer, National Art School, Darlinghurst NSW, AU
"No Ground But Say Ground", curated by Joe Fyfe, Halsey McKay Gallery, East Hampton, US
"In Residence: Contemporary Artists at Dartmouth, Hood Museum, Hanover, US
"In Residence: Contemporary Artists at Dartmouth", Hood Museum, Hanover, US
"The Circle Walked Casually", curated by Victoria Noorthoorn, Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, AR
2013 "The Circle Walked Casually", curated by Victoria Noorthoorn, Deutsche Bank KunstHalle, Berlin, DE
"Signal to Noise", curated by Stefanie Hessler, Gallery Niklas Belenius, Stockholm, SE
2012 "Great Desks and Chairs", C L E A R I N G Gallery, Brooklyn, US
"Luis Camnitzer, Rosy Keyser, Robert Kinmont, and Linda Matalon", Simone Subal Gallery, New York, US
"Lucie Fontaine: Estate", Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York, US
2011 "All Things Equal", Hedreen Gallery, Lee Center for the Arts, Seattle University, US
"A-Z Paper", Sue Scott Gallery, New York, US
"A Terrible Beauty Is Born", 11th Biennale de Lyon, Lyon, FR
2010 "Immaterial", Ballroom Marfa, US
"Movement Schmoovement", La Mama Galleria, New York, US
2009 "Grito e Escuta: 7th Bienal do Mercosul", Porto Alegre, BR
2008 "Revolutionary! Romanticism! Contemporary Art from New York,“ 1 Lily Terrace, Dorset, UK
"41st National Artists’ Salon“, Cali, CO
2003 "In the Making: Contemporary Drawings from a Private Collection“, University Gallery, Fine Arts Center, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, US
2000 "Ethereal and Material“, Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, Wilmington, US
1998 Museum, Athens, GA; The Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, VA; The Neuberger Museum, Purchase, NY, US
"Art on Paper,“ Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina, Greensborough, US
"The Inner Eye: Contemporary Art from the Marc and Livia Strauss Collection“, Samuel P. Harn Museum, Gainesville, FL; The Knoxville Museum of Art, Knoxville, TN; Georgia Art
1996 "Material Girls…Gender, Process and Abstract Art Since 1970“, Gallery 128, New York, US
"The Biennial International de Escultura e Desenho Das Caldas Da Rainha,“ Atelier Museo Municipal Antonio Duarte, PT
"Embodied Abstraction“, The Americas Society, New York, US
1994 "Human/Nature“, The New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, US
25th Anniversary Exhibition, White Columns, New York, US
"David Padilla Cabrera y Linda Matalon“, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, US
"And the Verdict is…“, Jack Shainman Gallery, New York, US
"Untitled“, Jack Shainman Gallery, New York, US
1993 "In a Different Light“, University Art Museum, Berkeley, US
"Drawing ’94: Explorations“, Sheridan Art Gallery, Kutztown, US
"Absence, Activism and the Body Politic“, Fischbach Gallery, New York, US
"In The Lineage of Eva Hesse“, The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, US
1992 "Return of the Cadavre Exquis“, The Drawing Center, New York, US
Group Exhibition, Yoshii Gallery, New York, US
"Group Exhibition, Yoshii Gallery, New York, US
1991 "(Dis)Member, Traditional Values“, Simon Watson Gallery, New York, US
"Queer“, Wessel-O’Connor Gallery, New York, US
"Situation“, New Langton Arts, San Francisco, US
"Someone or Somebody“, Meyers/Bloom Gallery, Santa Monica, US
Margaret Carringan, „When Words Fail: „Grammar“ at New York’s Custof Waxmann Gallery, Blouinartinfo, January 21th.
Claire Barliant: “Linda Matalon”, The New Yorker, March 25th.
R.C. Baker: “Linda Matalon: ‘echo echo’“, Village Voice, March 20-26th.
R.C. Baker: „Linda Matalon: ‚echo echo’“, Blackston. 2012
Heather Corcoran: “Luis Camnitzer / Robert Kinmont / Rosy Keyser / Linda Matalon”, Flash Art 286.
Susan L. Aberth: „Linda Matalon, Work: 1977-2012“, Artist-in-Residence, Fall 2012
Elisabeth Lebovici: “11th Biennale de Lyon” Artforum, December, p 242.
Victoria Noorthoorn: “Best of 2010”, Artforum, December, p 217.
Amy Eshoo: “560 Broadway, A New York Drawing Collection at Work, 1991-2006,” Yale University Press / Fifth Floor Foundation, p 94 f.
Charles Flowers: “Bloom”, Arts in Bloom Project, Inc., Winter, p 42-47.
R.C. Baker: "Linda Matalon, shortlist pick," Village Voice, Nov. 2-8, p c46.
Joe Fyfe: “Linda Matalon,” Art on Paper, Sept / Oct, p 71.
Lily Wie: “Linda Matalon at Wynn Kramarsky,” ArtNews, September, p 130.
Roberta Smith: “Linda Matalon, ‘Middle Falls’, Wynn Kramarsky”, The NY Times, May 13th, p c36.
Roberta Smith: “Art in Review; Linda MAtalon’, Wynn Kramarsky”, The NY Times, May 21th.
Kathryn A. Tuma: „Recollections in Tranquility: Linda Matalon's Middle Falls“, Wynn Kramarsky, New York.
Nancy Princenthal: “Linda Matalon at Cohan Leslie and Browne“, Art in America, March, p 123.
Barbara Macadam: “Linda Matalon at Jack Shainman“, ARTnews, December, p 166.
Eleanor Heartne: “’Embodied Abstraction’ at The Americas Society”, Art in America, October, p 123 f.
Anne Barclay Morgan, “Linda Matalon: Wolfson Campus Galleries”, Sculpture, October, p 58.
Liz Kotz: “Caged Heat: New Sculptures by Linda Matalon”, Out, May, p 52.
Elisa Turner: “Performing Artists Endure in Exhibit,” The Miami Herald, February 28th, p 36G.
Joseph R. Wolin: „Embodied Abstraction“, Americas Society, New York, p 10-18.
Holland Cotter: “Butchered Body Parts and Ideas of Childhood,” The NY Times, September 1st, p C21.
Patricia C. Phillips: “Linda Matalon”, Artforum, May, p 100.
Nancy Princenthal: “Jonathan Hammer at Matthew Marks,” Art in America, May, p 15.
Roberta Smith: “Sculptors in the Shadow of a Minimalist Master,” The New York Times, March 18th.
Faye Hirsch: “Linda Matalon,” Art in America, Februar, p 114. Patricia Cronin: “Representing Lesbian Subjectivities,” Art Papers, 18:6, p 15.
Laura Cottingham: „A Comment on Linda Matalon“, Galerie Yoshii, Paris.
Laura Cottingham: „Linda Matalon“, Yoshii Gallery, New York.
Nayland Blake and Larry Rinder: „In a Different Light: Visual Culture, Sexual Identity, Queer Practice“, City Lights Books, San Francisco, p 24.
Charles Riley: “The Kindness of Strangers,” Antique Monthly, December, p 20.
Elizabeth Hess: “Paradise Lost,” Village Voice, October 20th, p 87.
Liz Kotz: “Small Scale and Personal: Drawing, Painting and ‘Gay’ Aesthetics”, in Situation: Perspectives on Work by Lesbian and Gay Artists, New Langton Arts, San Francisco.

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