Inka Essenhigh  (American, 1969) 

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Biografie Inka Essenhigh
1969   Born, Belfonte, Pennsylvania
1991   BFA, Columbus College of Art & Design, Columbus, Ohio
1993   MFA, School of Visual Arts, NYC
  Lives and works in New York
Ausgewählte Ausstellungen
2012   Tomio Koyama Gallery, Kyoto, Japan
2012   Fairy Tales, Monsters, and the Genetic Imagination, First Center for the Visual Arts, Nashville, TN
2011   Inside the Painter's Studio. Stephen D. Paine Gallery, Massachusetts College of Art & Design, Boston
2011   Creating the New Century: Contemporary Art from the Dicke Collection, Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, OH
2011   Counterpoint, Center for Maine Contemporary Art, Rockport, ME
2011   Pace Prints, New York (solo)
2010   303 Gallery, New York (solo)
2010   Between Picture and Viewer, Visual Arts Gallery, New York
2008   Victoria Miro Gallery, London (solo)
2007   Counterparts: Contemporary Painters and Their Influences, Contemporary Center of Art, Virginia
2007   The Game of Multiple Meaning: Symbolism and the Art of the Present, Von der Heydt-Museum, Wuppertal, Germany
2007   Comic Abstraction, Museum of Modern Art, New York
2007   COMIX, Kunsthallen Brandts, Odense, Denmark
2006   Painting Codes, Galleria Comunale d'Arte Contemporanea, Monfalcone
2006   The Complusive Line: Etching 1900 to Now, Museum of Modern Art, New York
2006   USA Today, The Royal Academy of Art, London
2006   Imagination Becomes Reality, Part III. Talking Pictures, Goetz Collection
2006   Motion on Paper, Ben Brown Fine Arts, London
2006   303 Gallery, New York (solo)
2006   Victoria Miro Gallery, London (solo)
2005   DA2 Domus Artium 2, Salamanca, Spain (solo)
2005   Life and Limb, curated by David Humphrey, Feign Contemporary, New York
2005   Neobaroque, Salamanca, Spain
2004   Disparities and Deformations: Our Grotesque SITESanta Fe 5th International Biennial (curated by Robert Storr), Santa Fe, New Mexico
2004   26th Bienale de Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil
2004   Funny Cuts – Cartoons and Comics in Contemporary Art, Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, Germany
2001 - 2004   2001-2004 My Reality: Contemporary Art and the Culture of Japanese Animation, Des Moines Art Center, Iowa - touring to Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn (July - October); Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio (January - March 2002) and Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, Illinois (April - June 2002), Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago (July –Sept 2002), Akron Art Museum, Akron, Ohio (Sept – Jan 2003), Museum of Glass: International Center for Contemporary Art, Tacoma, Washington (July –Sept 2003), Huntsville Museum of Art, Huntsville, Alabama (Oct –Jan, 2004)
2003   Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami (solo)
2003   Il Capricorno, Venice (solo)
2003   Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh (solo)
2003   Painting Pictures; Painting and Media in the Digital Age, Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg
2003   Comic Release: Negotiating Identity for a New Generation, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh touring to Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans and University of North Texas, Denton (January 2003 - mid 2005)
2002   Victoria Miro Gallery, London (solo)
2002   303 Gallery, New York (solo)
2002   The Galleries Show, The Royal Academy of Art, London (14 September – 12 October)
2002   Pertaining to Painting, Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston (28 June- 29 Sept, 2002) and Austin Museum of Art, Texas (November - February, 2003)
2002   Jay Davis, Inka Essenhigh, Christian Schuman, Angstrom Gallery, Dallas, TX
2002   La Part de l’Autre, Carre d’Art -Musee d’art contemporain de Nimes, France (May –Sept 2001)
2001   Works on paper, Victoria Miro Gallery (Project Room), London (solo)
2001   Works on paper, Mary Boone Gallery, New York (solo)
2001   Hybrids, Tate Gallery, Liverpool
2001   braille, Angstrom Gallery, Dallas (16 June – 11 August)
2001   2nd Berlin Biennale, Berlin
2001   Works on paper: from Acconci to Zittel, Victoria Miro Gallery, London
2001   Casino 2001, 1st Quadrennial of Contemporary Art, SMAK Stedelijk Museum voor Actuelle Kunst, Ghent
2000   Victoria Miro Gallery, London (solo)
2000   Mary Boone Gallery, New York (solo)
2000   Greater New York: New Art in New York Now, PS1 Contemporary Art Center, New York
2000   The Figure: Another State of Modernism, Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art at Snug Harbor Cultural Center, Staten Island, New York
2000   Deitch/Steinberg New Editions, Deitch Projects, New York
2000   Emotional Rescue, Center for Contemporary Art, Seattle
2000   To Infinity and Beyond, Brooke Alexander, New York
1999 - 2000   New Paintings, Deitch Projects, New York (solo)
1999 - 2000   American Landscapes: Recent Paintings by Inka Essenhigh, New Room of Contemporary Art, Albright Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York (solo)
1999   Pleasure Dome, Jessica Fredericks Gallery, New York
1999   The Armory Show, Stefan Stux Gallery, New York
1999   A room with a view, Sixth @ Prince Fine Art, New York
1998 - 1999   Blade Runner, Caren Golden Fine Art, New York
1998   Recent Paintings, Stefan Stux Gallery, New York (solo)
1998   The New Surrealism, Pamela Auchincloss Project Space, New York
1998   Wild, Exit Art/The First World, New York
1998   Pop Surrealism, The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut
1998   Summer Review, 98, Stefan Stux Gallery, New York
1998   Celebrating Diversity: Contemporary Women Painters, Hillwood Art Museum, Long Island University, Brookville, New York
1998   ANATOMY/INTELLECT, Stefanelli Exhibition Space, New York
1997   Wallpaper Paintings, La Mama La Galleria, New York (solo)
1997   Sex/Industry, Stefan Stux Gallery, New York
1997   The Art Exchange Fair, with Stefan Stux Gallery, New York
1997   Girls! Girls! Girls! Tricia Collins’ Grand Salon, New York
1996   Set Off: Inaugural Group Show, View Room Exhibitions, New York
1996   Underexposed; Nine Young American Painters, André Zarre Gallery, New York
1996   Set Off: Inaugural Group Show, View Room Exhibitions, New York
1996   Anatomy Intellect, Stefanelli Exhibition Space, New York
1996   Featured Web Page Artist for December, Artists’ Space, New York
1996   Night of 1000 Drawings, Artists’ Space, New York
1994   Juried Group Show, School of Visual Arts, FirstFloor Gallery, New York
1993   Young Ukrainian American Painters Group Show, Ukrainian Museum, New York
1993   Work-Play; Picture Thinking and the Analogical Imagination, Visual Arts Gallery, New York
1993   Group Show: Inka Essenhigh, Stephen Mumford and Leemour Pelli: Paintings, School of Visual Arts, Wooster Street Gallery, New York
Selected Public Collections
  Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY
  Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO
  P.S. 1 Center for Contemporary Art/MOMA, New York
  Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA
  Tate Gallery, London
  Virginia Museum of Fine Art, Richmond, VA
  Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
Literatur
2007   Yannis Tsitsovits, Inka Essenhigh, Stimulus Response, no. 17/2007
2006   Jonathan T.D. Neil, Inka Essenhigh, Modern Painters, May 2006
2005   Eliza Williams, Inka Essenhigh, Flash Art, July – September 2005
2005   Inka Essenhigh, DA2 Domus Artium 2, Salamanca, Spain
2004   Bienal De Sao Paulo
2004   Swirls, Whrils and Mermaid Girls, Inka Essenhigh, Hilarie M. Sheets, Art News May 2004
2004   Sint-Lukas Galerij Brussel, Filip Luyckx, Inka Essenhigh, Jun-Jul-Aug 2004
2003   Jack Motram, Inka Essenhigh, Time List, May 2003
2003   Cary Levine, Inka Essenghigh, 303 Galllery, Art in America May 2003
2003   Barry Schwabsky, Tema Celeste Entering the Labyrinth March/April 2003
2003   David Gleeson, Inka Essenghigh, Victoria Miro Gallery, February 2003
2003   Bonnie Clearwater, Inka Essenhigh, Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami
2003   Reverie: Works from the Collection of Douglas S. Cramer, The Speed Museum, Louisville, Kentucky
2002   Comic Release! Negotiating Identity for a New Generation, Distributed Art Publishers Inc
2002   Paola Morsiani, Imogen Cornwall-Jones, Inka Essenhigh, Victoria Miro Gallery, London
2002   Eddie Harrison, Inka Essenhigh, review of Fruitmarket exhibition, Metro Life, May 2003
2002   Ned Denny, Cartoon Death, New Statesman, 25 November 2002
2002   Katy Rochester, Inka Essenhigh, Time Out, 20 – 27 November 2002
2002   Michael Kimmelman, A Painter with Pop, The New York Times Magazine, 17 November 2002
2002   John Taylor Russel, Revenge of the Cute, The Times, 13 November 2002
2002   Louisa Buck, The World is Big and Time is Short, The Art Newspaper, November 2002
2002   Violet Fraser, A Brush with Violence, Art Review, November 2002
2002   In a World of its Own, Metro, (circ. 340,000) 31 October 2002
2002   Morgan Falconer, Fantastical creatures, What’s On in London, 30 October 2002
2002   Steven Vincent, A New Gloss on Essenhigh, Art & Auction, November 2002
2002   Julia Royse, Hot Art, Elle, November 2002
2002   Mandana Towhidy, Scratch the Surface, Dazed and Confused, July 2002
2002   Neru Ratnam, Inka Essenhigh, I-D Magazine, October 2002
2002   Vitamin P-New Perspectives in Painting, Phaidon, 2002
2001   Eberhard Mayntz, Saskia Bos etc. 2. berlin biennale, volumes 1 and 2, berlin biennale für zeitgenössische Kunst e.v., Berlin, May
2001   Christoph Grunenberg, Hybrids, International Contemporary Painting, Tate Liverpool, April
2000   Ingrid Sischy, Gotta Paint, Vanity Fair, February, p. 140-147
2000   Stuart Shave, New York Doll ID Magazine.March
2000   Martin Herbert, Inka Essenhigh. Time Out, March 29 . No 1545
2000   Jonathan Jones, Inka Essenhigh. The Guardian. March 30
2000   Peter Plagens, Art in the Fast Lane, Newsweek (New York), April 10, p. 70-73
2000   Jeff Johnson, We love a Surrealist, Jane (New York), May, p. 52
2000   Max Henry, Inka’s inhibitions, http: //www.artnet.com/Magazine/Reviews/Gotham Dispatch, 31 May
2000   Goings On About Town, Inka Essenhigh, The New Yorker, 12 June, p. 16
2000   Anton Saul, Inka Essenhigh, Time Out New York, 15-22 June, p. 67
2000   Roberta Smith, Inka Essenhigh, The New York Times, 23 June
2000   David Ebony, Inka Essenhigh at Mary Boone Gallery
2000   http://www.artnet.com/Magazine/Reviews/Ebony, 27 June
2000   Marie-Pierre Nakamura, Inka Essenhigh: Entre spectacle et minimalisme, Art Actuel, Paris, July/August, p. 78-81
2000   Michael Glover, Inka Essenhigh, Art News, Summer, p. 218-219
2000   David Hunt, A New Grammar of Motion, Flash Art, October, p. 74-77
2000   David Colman, David Sims, Master Class, Harper’s Bazaar (New York), December, p. 224-229
2000   Lytle Shaw, To Infinity and Beyond, Time Out New York, 14 - 18 December, p. 115
1999   Jay Murphy, Pop Surrealism, World Art, January, p. 70-71
1999   Grady T. Turner, Abstracted Flesh, Flash Art, January, p. 66-69
1999   Robert Mahoney, Inka Essenhigh, http://www.artnet.com/Magazine, 5 February
1999   Christian Viveros-Faune, Inka Essenhigh, artnet.com, January
1999   Max Henry, Gotham Dispatch, artnet.com, January, 1999
1999   Phoebe Hoban, The Mod Squad, New York Magazine, 11 January, p. 30-37
1999   Grace Glueck, Inka Essenhigh, The New York Times, 15 January, p. B40
1999   Dominique Nahas, Inka Essenhigh, Review: The Critical State of Visual Art in New York, 15 January, p. 7
1999   Christian Viveros-Faune, Art: Hot Stuff, New York Press, 27 January, p. 6
1999   Martha Schwendener, Inka Essenhigh, Time Out New York, 28 January - 4 February, p. 67
1999   Jerry Saltz, hot off the press, , 4 Feb
1999   Christian Viveros-Faune, calamity Inka, http://www.artnet.com/Magazine, 5 Feb
1999   Jerry Saltz, Heat Seekers, The Village Voice, 9 February, p. 125
1999   David Humphrey, New York e-mail: Thursday Feb 4 ’99 18:10:28, Art Issues, March/April, p. 34-34
1999   Grady T. Turner, Ouverture: Inka Essenhigh, Flash Art, March/April, p. 106
1999   Barry Schwabsky, Inka Essenhigh, Artforum, April, p. 123-124
1999   Sarah Valdez, Inka Essenhigh at Deitch Projects, Art in America, May, p. 157-158
1999   Laura Hoptman, Nothing Natural: Laura Hoptman on Inka Essenhigh, frieze, July/August, p. 74-75
1999   Michael Lavine, Iconograph, Ray Gun, August
1999   Neville Wakefield, Three to Watch, Elle Decor, August/September, p. 78-79
1999   Best of Manhattan: Best Gallery Exhibitions, New York Press, 22 September
1999   Douglas Dreishpoon, American Landscapes: Recent Paintings by Inka Essenhigh, New Room of Contemporary Art, Albright Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York, November
1998   Richard Klein, Dominique Nahas, Ingrid Schaffner, Pop Surrealism, Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut, June
1998   Art Picks, Simon Says, January
1998   Something Wild, New York Post, 24 January
1998   First Look, Simon Says, February
1998   Kim Levin, Wild, The Village Voice/Voice Choices, 3 February, p. 76
1998   Erik Bakke, William R. Kaizen, Shelley Ward Mob Rule #10, NY Arts Magazine, March,p. 8
1998   Grady Turner, Wild, NY Arts Magazine, March, p. 23, 37
1998   Robert Murdock, IInka Essenhigh: Recent Painting, Review: The Critical State of Visual Art in New York, 1 March, p. 17-18
1998   Douglas Maxwell, Inka Essenhigh: Recent Painting, Review: The Critical State of Visual Art in New York, 1 March, p. 17-18
1998   Grady Turner, Gramercy Art Fair, NY Arts Magazine, June
1998   Grady Turner, Editor’s Choice, BOMB, Summer, p. 17
1998   Barry Schwabsky Inka Essenhigh, art/text, August
1998   Steven Henry Madoff, Pop Surrealism, Artforum, October, p. 120
1998   Scott Dietsch, The New Surrealism Gets Real, The Villager, 4 November, p. 1
1998   Julia Chaplin, The painter who’s getting a Lot of Inka, Interview, p. 50
1998   Inka Essenhigh, Centerfold, NY Arts Magazine, (commissioned art work), December
1998   Inka Essenhigh, Joy to the World, Interview, December