Sculpture, Drawing

ANN REICHLIN   

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SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2017               Week of Protest   Haber Space at Central Booking, New York, NY

                        Introductions 2017 Trestle Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2016               Animal, Vegetable.................Mineral  Haber Space at Central Booking; New York, NY

                        The Queens CorrespondAnce School (did not die) Academic, New York, NY

                        Small Works   Other Side Gallery, Utica, NY

2015               Triacontagon: A Celebration of 30 Years of the Artists' Fellowship Program; Westbeth Gallery, New York, NY

                         Locally Sourced  Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

                         Inherent Structure, CSMA, Ithaca, NY (two person)

                        Dig  Haber Space at Central Booking; New York, NY

                        Sideshow Nation III; Sideshow Gallery; Brooklyn, NY

2014                Building: Haber Space at Central Booking; New York, NY

                         Cartography: Artists as Mapmakers; Schweinfurth Memorial Art Center; Auburn, NY

2013                Contemporary Drawings Recent Trends, Curated by Sylvia de Swaan, Kirkland Art Center, Clinton, NY                             

2012                Stone Canoe Art Exhibit, XL Projects Gallery, Syracuse, NY

2010                Recent Artists from Sculpture Space Utica’s Utopia, Islip Art Museum, Islip, NY 

                         Stone Canoe Art Exhibit, XL Projects Gallery, Syracuse, NY           

2006                Sens/iable Spaces, University of Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland

                          Carved, Cast & Constructed, Schweinfurth Memorial Art Center, Auburn, NY

2000                Cimelice Castle Exchange Open House, Czech Republic

1992                Breakdown!  Rose Art Museum, Waltham, MA

                         Remembering Impermanence, Art Gallery, Mount St. Vincent University, Halifax, Nova Scotia (two person)

                         Centennial Biennial Invitational, OK Harris, New York, NY

1991                Focus Holland, Qualitectonica Foundation, The Netherlands

1990                Emerging Sculptors, Sculpture Center, New York, NY

1988                Art on the Beach 9, Creative Time, New York, NY

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS AND PROJECTS

2013                Trace, Sculpture Space grounds, Utica, NY

2012                Raw Material, Davis Gallery, Hobart and William Smith Colleges,

                         Geneva, NY

2010                Ann Reichlin: Counterpoint, Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute Museum of Art, Utica, NY

2008                Translucent Home, Sculpture Space grounds, Utica, NY 

2006                Another House Remembered, Sculpture Space grounds, Utica, NY 

2003                New Installations: Artists in Residence, Mattress Factory, Pittsburgh, PA

2001                Solitary View, Sculpture Space grounds, Utica, NY

1998                Insert, Sculpture Space grounds, Utica, NY

1996                Intersecting Places, Bates College Museum of Art, Lewiston, ME

1993                Oblique Motion, The Space, Boston, MA

1989                Games, Nexus Gallery, Philadelphia, PA   

1989                Excavation, Fine Arts Work Center, Provincetown, MA

1988                Cage, Joseph Gross Gallery, University of Arizona-Tucson

1987              Challenge #1, Samuel S. Fleisher Art Memorial, Philadelphia, PA

FELLOWSHIPS/AWARDS/GRANTS

2012                Successful Crowd-sourced Campaign, Hatchfund (a.k.a. USA Projects)

2010                Artist Fellowship, Community Arts Partnership, Tompkins County

2008                Fellowship in the Category of Architecture/Environmental Structures,

                         New York Foundation for the Arts

2006                Decentralization Grant, New York State Council on the Arts/Stanley Center for the Arts in collaboration with GroWest

2000                Fellowship in the Category of Architecture/Environmental Structures, New York Foundation for the Arts

2000                Funded Residency Program, Cimelice Castle Exchange,  Czech Republic

1998                Funded Residency, Sculpture Space, Utica, NY

1988                Fellowship, Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, MA

1988                Project Grant, Creative Time, New York, NY

1985                Fellowship, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture

 

EDUCATION

M.F.A. Sculpture, University of Colorado-Boulder, 1985

B.F.A. Ceramics, Rhode Island School of Design, 1982

Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Summer 1985

Wesleyan University, 1976-1978

 

COLLEGE TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Fall 2016        Visiting Lecturer, Introduction to Sculpture, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Geneva, NY

Fall 2008         Visiting Lecturer, Advanced Drawing, Department of Art, Cornell University

1997-2001       Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Art, Hamilton College

1990-1997       Artist-in-Residence, Sculpture, Brandeis University

 

SELECTED REVIEWS AND PUBLICATIONS WHERE WORK HAS BEEN INCLUDED

Art on Sunday, Sargasso, Sunday March 5

Art Oneida Celebrating Public Art in Oneida County, Sculpture Space 2016 pgs. 92, 93

Treacy Ziegler, Expelling the Beautiful Broad Street Review, March 1, 2016

Made of Clay WRFI radio June 2015

Stone Canoe,Number 6, Syracuse University, Spring 2012

Utica, A Home for Sculpture 2” WRVO radio 2011

Mary Murray, “Ann Reichlin,” Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute Museum of Art 2010

“Different Spin on Classic Look,” Observer-Dispatch. September 1, 2010

“Museum of Art Sculpture Court Inspires Site-Specific Work,” Bulletin, Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute Museum of Art, September 2010

Recent Artists from Sculpture Space Utica’s Utopia, Islip Art Museum/Sculpture Space, 2010, pgs. 10, 30-31

Stone Canoe,Number 4, Syracuse University, Spring 2010, pgs. 19-20

NYFA Current, “Ann Reichlin on 914 Whitesboro Street,” October/November 2008

Sculpture Space [the book] Sculpture Space, printed by Brodrock Press, 2007, pgs. 23, 38

“Installations Give Viewers Room to Think,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, April 2004

“Itinerary,” Sculpture, May 2004

Angela Melkisethian, “Commissions,” Sculpture, June 2002

Gina Murtaugh, Ann Reichlin Insert,” Sculpture Space, 1999

Phillip Isaacson, “Sculpture is Quite a Piece of Work,” Maine Sunday Telegra, February 11, 1996

Susan Stoops, “Breakdown!”  Rose Art Museum, 1992,  pgs. 12-13

“Emerging Sculptors 1990,” Sculpture Center Gallery, 1991, pages 2-3, 7-8

Brenson, Michael. “Emerging Sculptors” New York Times 12/21/90

Roleke, Margaret. “New York’s Emerging Sculptors: Past and Present” Womens Art

Magazine March/April 1991

Mahoney, Robert. “New York in Review” Arts Magazine November 1988

 

COMMUNITY OUTREACH

2013                Forum Panelist, Contemporary Drawing Recent Trends Kirkland Art Center, Clinton, NY

2012                Review Panelist, CAP Fellowship Tompkins County, NY

2012                Review Panelist, NYFA Emergency Relief Fund

2009-13           Adviser, Artist Advisory Committee; New York Foundation for the Arts

2012                Gallery Talk, Davis Gallery Hobart and William Smith Colleges

2010                Lecture, “Junctures: Ann Reichlin Talks,” Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute Museum of Art, Utica, NY

2010                Gallery Talk, “First Friday Shorts,” Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute Museum of Art, Utica, NY

2010                “Translucent Home: Artist Talks at Sculpture Space about her Work” Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute Museum of Art, Utica, NY

2009                Sites in Transformation, Artist lecture, Hobart and William Smith Colleges

2004                Forum Panelist, Catalyst and Context; Mattress Factory

2003                Guest Artist Lecture, Art Department Cornell University

 

OTHER

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