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SLIDE SHOW: RECENT EXHIBITIONS

Welish overview.pdf


EVENTS / EXHIBITIONS


Colloquium Cambridge England

Colloque : Les espaces du livre : supports et acteurs de la création texte/image (XXe-XXIe siècles)

Trinity College, Cambridge, 6 et 7 septembre 2013


Featured book Oaths? Questions?


Conference on the entire arts practice - studio

Conference on the entire arts practice - bio

On April 11-12 Symposium at Université Paris Est confers to discuss the entire range of the arts practice of Marjorie Welish.


Radio 22, La Kunsthalle, Mulhouse, FRANCE

Oaths? Questions? contributed to Believe Half of What You See And None of What You Hear project was conceived by Georgia Kotretsos, as part of the exhibition Sous nos yeux (part 1) curated by Abdellah Karroumat La Kunsthalle of Mulhouse, in collaboration with the University Haute-Alsace (SUAC) and Radio Campus Mulhouse.

photo credit: Becket Logan

One Person Exhibition









Marjorie Welish

Indecidability of the Sign

Emanuel von Baeyer

130-132 Hamilton Terrace

London NW8 9UU


Upcoming Exhibition

at ART 3 Gallery

Opening November 16th, 2016


Michela Bondardo Presents

Marjoerie Welish and Buzz Specter

MARJORIE WELISH


Painter and art critic, received her first solo show thanks to Laurie Anderson, then curator of the Whitney Museum Art Resources Center; Welish has exhibited most recently in New York, Paris, Vienna, and Cambridge, England. She received many grants and fellowships, including: Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Foundation, Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, The Fifth Floor Foundation, Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship, Pollock-Krasner Foundation, and Trust for Mutual Understanding (supporting an exchange between the International Studio Program, New York and the Artists’ Museum, Łódź, Poland).  In 2006, she received a Fulbright Senior Specialist Fellowship to teach at the University of Frankfurt, where she also worked on a limited-edition constructed art book, Oaths? Questions?  in collaboration with James Siena, published by Granary Books in 2009 (in the collections of the Beinecke Library at Yale, Columbia University, Getty Museum, and The Metropolitan Museum of Art);  in 2010 with a Fulbright, she was at Edinburgh College of Art. Writing on her work may be found in Of the Diagram: The Work of Marjorie Welish (Slought Foundation) compiles papers given at a conference on April 5, 2002, at the University of Pennsylvania. Welish’s book of art criticism is Signifying Art: Essays on Art after 1960 (Cambridge University Press). Marjorie Welish is on the Board of the International Studio and Curatorial Program (ISCP), and on the Advisory Board of Satellite Berlin, which also sponsors  “Paper Architecture: Urbanism” (a collaborative project with Olivier Gourvil and urbanist Muriel Pagès). Her art is represented by Emanuel von Baeyer, London; ART 3, Brooklyn, New York; Aaron Galleries, Chicago.