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Elizabeth Huey


ELIZABETH HUEY
Excavating imagery from a diverse array of sources, Elizabeth Huey's paintings reflect a broad spectrum of quandaries surrounding humanity and healing. Luminous figures huddle in groups, exposed pairs exchange intimate caresses, eccentrics perform oddball tasks while individuals immerse themselves in remedies and recreation.   Myriad forces - architecture, nature, technology, and nostalgia - impact the minds and perceptions of each protagonist. Chaos and order collide and coalesce in the paint handling and spatial constructs.  Conjuring sublime moments, Huey's panoramas weave between actual events and abstract representation.
Born in Virginia, Elizabeth Huey now lives in Brooklyn, New York. Before obtaining her MFA from Yale University, she received a BA in Psychology from George Washington University and studied painting at both the Marchutz School in Aix-en-Provence, France and the New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture in New York City.  She has received several awards including an Artist Research Fellowship from the Smithsonian Institution, a travel fellowship to Italy through Johns Hopkins University, and a Terra Foundation of American Art Fellowship and Residency in Giverny, France. Huey has exhibited both nationally and internationally and her paintings are held in collections such as the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art in Kansas City, Missouri and the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond, Virginia.

Elizabeth Huey's paintings have been featured in a range of publications including The New York Times, Village Voice, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Spike, Men's Health, Time Out, Anthem and Wired Magazine.
EDUCATION
2002 Yale University, MFA, New Haven, CT
1999 New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting & Sculpture, New York, NY
1993 Marchutz School of Art, Aix-en-Provence, France
1993 George Washington University, BA in Psychology, Washington D.C.

RESIDENCIES AND AWARDS
2011 Creative Aging Institute Fellowship Sponsored by the NEA, New York, NY
2008 Smithsonian Institution Artist Research Fellowship, Washington D.C.
2006 Contemporary Artist Center Merit Award Residency, North Adams, MA
2006 Weir Farm Trust Residency, Wilton, CT
2006 Johns Hopkins University Travel Fellowship, Bologna, IT
2005 Brooklyn Information & Culture Honorarium, Brooklyn, NY
2005 McGregor Artist Fellowship & Residency, Wabash College, Crawfordsville, IN
2002 David Pease Award, Yale University, New Haven, CT
2001 Terra Foundation of American Art Fellowship & Residency, Giverny, France

EXHIBITION HISTORY
SELECT SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2011
Polychromatic Projection, Heiner Contemporary, Washington D.C.

2010
Invisible Affect, Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art, Virginia Beach, VA
Nite Lite, The Wild Project, New York, NY

2007
Chronophobia, Quality Pictures, Portland, OR
Conservatory, Byron Cohen, Kansas City, MO

2006
The Kirkbride Plan, Feigen Contemporary, New York, NY
The Inexplicable Thing Between Us, Allston Skirt, Boston, MA
Waiting Room, New Image, Los Angeles, CA

2005
The Cyclothymic Forest, Feigen Contemporary, New York, NY
Cerebral Emergency, Wabash College, Crawfordsville, IN

2004
Hypnagogic, Polytechnic Michael Steinberg, New York, NY

2003
Open Season, GV/AS Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

SELECT GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2012
MIE: A Portrait by 35 Artists, co-curated by Mie Iwatsuki and Nick Lawrence, Freight & Volume, New York, NY

2011
Die Like You Really Mean It, co-curated by Paul Brainard and Frank Webster, Allegra LaViola Gallery, New York, NY
Cover Version LP, curated by Timothy Hull, BAMart, Brooklyn, NY
Raw Material, curated by Robert McCann, Scene Metrospace, East Lansing, MI

2010
Nature, Once Removed: The (Un)Natural World in Contemporary Drawing, curated by Sean McCarthy, Lehman College, Bronx, NY
Mythic Architectures: Works from the Kemper Museum Collection, Kansas City, MO
Our Museum Evolution, Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art, Virginia Beach, VA
Journey Into Whatever, curated by Joey Haley, New Brunswick College of Craft & Design, Fredericton NB, Canada

2009
The Deep End, The Company, Los Angeles, CA
In Loving Memory of You, The Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, MO

2008
The Other Mainstream II, Arizona State Art Museum, Tempe, AZ
I Want A Little Sugar In My Bowl, curated by Anat Ebgi, Terrence Koh and Jenny Schlenzka, Asia Song Society, New York, NY
QB, Civilian Art Projects, Washington D.C
Summer Reading, curated by Karen Codd, Capricious Art Space, New York, NY
The Rain, the Park & Other Things, curated by Renee Riccardo, Nicole Fiacco, Hudson, NY
Cover Version, curated by Timothy Hull, Taylor de Cordoba, Los Angeles, CA
Lost Horizons, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA
Dropped Frames, curated by Patrick Walsh, Elk Gallery, New York, NY
Strangefolks, Allston Skirt Gallery, Boston MA
Brevity’s Rainbow, curated by Maxwell Williams, Cinders, Brooklyn, NY
Paper Dolls, curated by Brigitte McQueen, Pulp, Omaha, NB
Dark Poets, curated by Mernet Larson, Decker Gallery at Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD

2007
Brief Encounters, Caren Golden Fine Art, New York, NY
Brain Bashers, curated by AJ Fosik, Andenken, Denver, CO
Promised Land, curated by Elizabeth Grady, Morgan Lehman, New York, NY
Snack Isle, curated by Cheryl Kaminsky, Giant Robot, New York, NY
Phantasmania, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, curated by Elizabeth Dunbar, Kansas City, MO*
10 Curators, curated by Jamie O’Shea, Colette, Paris, France
Draw, curated by Erik Foss and Curse Mackey, Gallery Lombardi, Austin, TX
Free Frisbee, curated by Jen DeNike and Anat Ebgi, Circus, Los Angeles, CA
Picture Ping Pong, Quality Pictures, Portland, OR

2006
Made in NAMA, Contemporary Art Center, North Adams, MA
The Girl’s Room, curated by Chloe Derderian, Jen Bekman Gallery, New York, NY
Draw, co-curated by Erik Foss and Curse Mackey, Fuse, New York, NY
Pictures Of Women, Quality Pictures, Portland, OR
Escape from New York, Curators Without Borders, Berlin, Germany
20MB, MASS Gallery, Austin, TX
Red Desert, Heskin Contemporary, New York, NY
Young American Blood, Stephanie Ferrario, London, UK
Summer, Feigen Contemporary, curated by Lance Kinz, New York, NY
Trading Post, curated by Daniel Pineda, MASS MOCA, North Adams, MA
The New Americans, curated by Kelly Kyst, Bendixen Contemporary Art, Copenhagen, Denmark
Exteriors+, Gescheidle, Chicago, IL
You Have To Be Almost Gifted To Do What I Do, co-curated by Oliver Newton & Stephen Stewart, Alexander & Bonin, New York, NY
The Love Show, curated by Pawel Wojtasik & Susan Classen-Sullivan, New Space at MCC, Manchester, CT
Deluge, Bucheon, San Francisco, CA
The Seventh Side of The Die (Newspaper), co-curated by Anat Ebgi & Tom Brauer, Alona Kagan, New York, NY
We Build The Worlds Inside Our Heads, curated by Sean Horton, Freight & Volume, New York, NY
Emotional Landscape, co-curated by Paul Laster & Renee Ricardo, Rotunda/BRIC, Brooklyn, NY
New York, New Work, Agenzia o4, Bologna, Italy

2005
I Woke Up In A Strange Place, curated by Daria Shapiro & Tairone Bastien, Moti Hasson, New York, NY
There Goes The Neighborhood, curated by Caryn Coleman, Sixspace, Los Angeles, CA
Helter Skelter, Capsule, New York, NY
If You’re Feeling Sinister, curated by Anat Ebgi, Alona Kagan, New York, NY
Life and Limb, curated by David Humphrey, Feigen Contemporary, New York, NY
Beautiful Dreamer, curated by David Gibson, Spaces, Cleveland, OH
Something is Somewhere,  co-curated by Anat Ebgi & Monya Rowe, Monya Rowe, New York, NY
The Hissing of Summer Lawns, Sara Nightingale Gallery, Water Mill, NY
Possible Positions, Rotating Space, Zurich, Switzerland
Dead Kids Do Nothing, curated by Adam Stennett, 31 Grand, Brooklyn, NY
Working in Brooklyn, Sam Romo Gallery, Atlanta, GA
Animal Tales, curated by John Nickle, DFN, New York, NY
The Continuous Mark, curated by Jennifer Samet, New York Studio School, New York, NY
Move #13, curated by Rich Jacobs, Clementine Gallery, New York, NY
After Nature, curated by Jerome Jacobs, Aeroplastics Contemporary, Brussels, BE
Women On The Verge, Alona Kagan, New York, NY
What Is Your Conceptual Continuity?, curated by Kadar Brock, Rare, New York, NY
At Home, curated by Lois Stavsky, Henry Street Settlement, New York, NY

2004
Relentless Proselytizers, curated by David Hunt, Feigen Contemporary, New York, NY
Good Fortune, Dieu Donne Paper Mill, New York, NY
Miracle on Franklin Street, GV/AS Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

SELECT PRESS
2011
Bill Donovan, Die Like You Really Mean It, WHITE HOT MAGAZINE, Nov*
Michael O'Sullivan, Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction, THE WASHINGTON POST, May 19*
Michael O'Sullivan, Gallery Opening of the Week, THE WASHINGTON POST, May 20*
Jada Marie, First Look, BRIGHTEST YOUNG THINGS, May 20*
John Anderson, Reviewed:Elizabeth Huey at Heiner Contemporary, WASHINGTON CITY PAPER, May 24*
Matthew Smith, Capitol Ideas, NEW AMERICAN PAINTINGS, June 13*

2010
Rita Frankenberry, The Artist's Inspirations? Human Nature, VIRGINIA BEACH PILOT- BEACON, April 3*
Betsy Dijulio, Random Affect, VEER MAGAZINE, May 15*

2008
Lynell George, A New Cover Story, THE LA TIMES, July, 13
Violet Shuraka, Interview w/ Elizabeth Huey, CHEAP & PLASTIQUE, Issue 7*
Bret McCabe, Critics Pick, THE BALTIMORE CITY PAPER, January 30
Cate McQuaid, On the Dark Side, THE BOSTON GLOBE, January 24
Greg Cook, Ill Wind, THE PHOENIX, January 14*
Maria LaCreta, StrangeFolks, DIGG, January*

2007
Elizabeth Dunbar, Phantasmania, THE KEMPER MUSEUM, Kansas City, MO, Catalogue Essay *
Martha Schwendener, Promised Land, THE NEW YORK TIMES, July 20
R.C. Baker, The Summer of Haight, VILLAGE VOICE, July 17
Chaz Bowie, Elizabeth Huey at Quality Pictures, BLOGTOWN, PDX, June 14
John Motley, Elizabeth Huey : Chronophobia, THE PORTLAND MERCURY, Art Review, November
Alice Thorson, Tough Art For Tough Times, KANSAS CITY STAR, Art Review, June 17, Sec. G5*
Stephanie J. Young, Elizabeth Huey, VELLUM, issue 5, June, pp 22-25*
The Inquisition, CHILLZINE, Volume 1, issue 1, April, pg. 12-13*
Indrisek, Scott, Seeking Asylum: Elizabeth Huey Colors the Past, ANTHEM, February, Issue 25, pg. 56-57*
Richard Speer, Picture Ping Pong, THE WILLAMETTE WEEK February 21
Salvador Castillo, Draw : Arts Review AUSTIN CHRONICLE, March 16

2006
R.C. Baker, Best in Show: ‘Brain Salt’, VILLLAGE VOICE, October 24
ARTINFO, Armory Show Report: Day 2, Hot Deals from the Fair, March 24
Luke Collins, The High Life at Low Cost, MEN'S HEALTH MAGAZINE, July/August*
Benjamin Genocchio, Love, Without Makeup, THE NEW YORK TIMES, April 9*
Ken Johnson, I Woke Up In A Strange Place, THE NEW YORK TIMES, Jan13
John Marshall, Chemicals Can Cure Addiction, THE SEED, Dec/Jan*
Federica Mingarelli, Roundtable with Johns Hopkins, IL DOMANI, Jan 19
Peter Nicholson, Elizabeth Huey, LEMONADE, January*
Stacy Parker, Former Bay Colony Resident is Making Her Mark, THE BEACON, March 5*
Chiara Pilati, Three New York Artists Investigate Memory, Childhood & Fantasy, LA REPUBLICA, January19
Cronaca Redazione, New York, New York, BOLOGNA IL RESTO CARLINO, January 24 *

2005
Lyz Bly, Perchance to Dream, FREE TIMES OHIO, October 27 *
Wade Coggeshall, Artist Draws from Emotion, JOURNAL REVIEW, Nov 14*
David Cohen, Elizabeth Huey, Hillary Harkness & Thomas Trosch, THE NEW YORK SUN, May*
David Cohen, Dead Kids Do Nothing, THE NEW YORK SUN, July
David Cohen, Life and Limb, THE NEW YORK SUN, June
Holland Cotter, Fanciful to Figurative to Wryly Inscrutable, THE NEW YORK TIMES, July 8
Felicia Feaster, Something Weird Grows in Brooklyn, CREATIVE LOAFING, August*
Ian Green, Between You and Me, NEW YORK ARTS, June
Noah Hanson, So Hot Right Now, FECAL FACE.com, October 25*
Adam Hawkins, Old Jail Captures Wabash Attention, THE BACHELOR, No. 17
Ken Johnson, Group Review, THE NEW YORK TIMES, July 29
Ken Johnson, Animal Tales, THE NEW YORK TIMES, Aug. 15
Robert Marshall, Something is Somewhere, NEW YORK PRESS, May 25-31
Anders Meyer & Morgan Schulman, The Cyclothymic Rhythms of Elizabeth Huey, JUXTAPOZ, Sept/ Oct *
Karen Rosenberg, Life and Limb, THE NEW YORKER, August 1, 2005
Martha Schwendener, Life and Limb, ART FORUM.COM, CRITIC’S PICK, July
Ben Weiner, WIRED MAGAZINE, November*

2004
Kim Levin, Relentless Proselytizers, VILLAGE VOICE, July 28
Michelle Weinberg, Art Basel Pick, MIAMI NEW TIMES, December 6
Julia Westerbeke, Don’t Miss, TIME OUT NEW YORK, May 6-13*
Nicolette Ramirez, Elizabeth Huey, M, May 2004*
Ken Johnson, Relentless Proselytizers, THE NEW YORK TIMES, August 6 E32

Image reproduction included

VISITING ARTIST/LECTURES/PANEL DISCUSSIONS
2011
Heiner Contemporary, Washington DC, Gallery Talk
Hospital Audiences Inc.- Fresh Art, Studio Visits, New York, NY

2010
Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA, Slide Talk & Studio Visits
Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY, Slide Talk and Class Visit
Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art, Virginia Beach, VA, Slide Talk & Master Class
Appalachian State University, Boone, NC, Gallery Talk

2009
The Juillard School, New York, NY, Slide Talk and Conversation
Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, Slide Talk and Studio Visits
Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD, Slide Talk and Panel Discussion

2008
Brigham Young University, Provo, UT, Slide Talk and Studio Visits
Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY, Slide Talk and Studio Visits
Hirshhorn Museum, Washington DC, Slide Talk and Conversation

2007
Brooklyn Fireproof, Brooklyn, NY, Double X Art Panel and Discussion
Austin Musuem of Art, Austin, TX, Draw Exhibition Panel Discussion
New York University, New York, NY, Slide Talk and Studio Visits
Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, NY, Slide Talk and Studio Visits

2006
Johns Hopkins University, Bologna, Italy, Slide Talk and Panel Discussion
Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA, Sources and Influences Slide Talk, Class Visit and Studio Visits

2005
Wabash College, Crawfordsville, IN, Slide Talk, Class, and Studio Visits
Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO, Slide Talk, Class, and Studio Visits















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