Gabriele Evertz

American, born in Berlin, Germany, lives and works in Brooklyn, New York and Greenport, New York.

Bibliography

2017

Slippery Geometry and Beguiling Color by John Yau
https://hyperallergic.com/395355/gabrielle-evertz-sanford-wurmfeld-polychromy-minus-space-2017/

2015

Territory of Abstraction, Pentimenti, Philadelphia, PA
http://joannemattera.blogspot.com/2015/02/walking-through-abstraction-at.html
http://hyperallergic.com/187601/artists-find-common-ground-in-language-of-abstraction/

2012

Gabriele Evertz: "On Perceptual Abstraction and Red: Color as Subject in Painting"
Exhibition Catalogue. Seeing Red, David Richard Gallery, Santa Fe, 2012

2010

"Visual Sensations," Visual Sensations, The Paintings of Robert Swain: 1967-2010, Hunter College/Times Square Gallery, Exhibition Catalog
"From the Flatfiles," MinusSpace, Project Space, March 2010

2006

"Observations for a Young Painter," Presentational Painting III, Hunter College/Times Square Gallery, Exhibition Catalog

2004

"Light Sensations in Painting and Nature," Seeing Red: An International Exhibition of Nonobjective Painting, Hunter College/Times Square Gallery, Exhibition Catalog

Awards

2012 Basil H. Alkazzi Award for Excellence in Painting
2011 Maturity in Art, Panel Discussion, Po Kim and Silvia Wald Foundation, NY
2002 DAAD grant, also in 2003, 2005
2003 Participant, Color as Experience, a two-day symposium, Goethe Institute, NY
2002 Visiting Critic, Yale School of Architecture
2001 NEA, East End Arts Council  
2001 External Examiner, Frank Mohr Institute, Groningen, Netherlands
1999 PSC-CUNY Research Grant: Color Systems
1990 William Graf Travel Abroad Scholarship Award
Whitney Museum of American Art, Lifetime Member
American Abstract Artists, Member
Minus Space, Member

Press / Publications

2011

NY Arts Magazine, Summer
The Reductive Expands, by Stephen Maine, Art Critical, September 12, 2011
Best in Show:"Pointing a Telescope at the Sun" at MINUS SPACE, by Robert Shuster, Village Voice, August 24, 2011
Pointing a Telescope at the Sun at MINUS SPACE, NY Arts Magazine, Summer 2011
Eye to the Optical Sky, by Noah Dillon, ArtSlant, August, 2011
Gallery Picks: August 2011, SpruceStar Studio, August 3, 2011
Stephen Maine, Art in America, February 2011.

2010


James Panero. The New Criterion, November 2010.
"Gabriele Evertz • From the Flatfiles," MINUS SPACE project space, March 2010.

2009


"Gallery Chronicle: On Op Art, Gabriele Evertz at Metaphor Gallery," James Panero. The New Criterion, June 2009.
"Hard edged in Brooklyn," James Panero. The New Criterion, April 24, 2009.
"In Freudenheim show, five alternate views of abstraction," Colin Dabkowski. The Buffalo News, April 10, 2009.
"Color Exchange, Berlin - New York," GermanyinNYC.org, March 27 - April 26, 2009.
"Berlin - New York," Mattias Bleyl. Color Exchange: Berlin - New York, March 27 - April 26, 2009.

2008


"Weltanschauung and Abstract Painting," Robert C. Morgan. The Brooklyn Rail, June 2008.
"Where color reigns, Greenport artist is putting the hue in humanity," Joyce Beckenstein, The Suffolk Times, January 24, Vol. CLII No.4

2007


Op Art: Then and Now, Columbus Museum of Art, Joe Houston, Exhibition Statement
"Curator's Voice: Reviving the Edge in Optical Painting," Bog-gi Kim, Art in Asia, First Edition, September-October

2006


Artnet Magazine, Stephen Maine
The New York Times, Grace Glueck

2003


The East Hampton Star, Robert Long
Artnews, Amei Wallach, November

2001


The New York Times, Helen Harrison, August 19
The East Hampton Star, Eric Ernst

2000


The New York Times, Helen Harrison, October 8

 

Curated Exhibitions

2010


Visual Sensations, The Paintings of Robert Swain: 1967-2010, Hunter College/Times Square Gallery, Catalog. Reviews.

2009


Color Exchange Berlin-New York,Galerie Parterre, Berlin, Germany, traveling to Metaphor Contemporary Art, Brooklyn, NY. Poster. Reviews.

2006


Presentational Painting III, Hunter College/Times Square Gallery, Catalog. Reviews.

2003


Seeing Red: An International Exhibition of Nonobjective Painting, Hunter College/Times Square Gallery, with Dr. Michael Fehr, Catalog. Reviews.

Public Collections

USA
Boston Museum of Art, MA
Brooklyn Museum, NY
The Columbus Museum of Art, OH
Harvard University Museum, MA
Heckscher Museum of Art, NY
Hunterdon Museum of Art, NJ
Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY
Mississippi Museum of Art, MA
Museum of Modern Art, NY
New Jersey State Museum, NJ
Parrish Art Museum, NY
Princeton University Library, NJ
Whitney Museum of Art, NY
Abroad
The British Museum, London, England
Karl Ernst Osthaus-Museum, Hagen, Germany
Stiftung für Konstruktive und Konkrete Kunst, Zürich, Switzerland
Wilhelm Mack Museum, Ludwigshafen, Germanys.

Representation

MinusSpace, NY
Contemporary Collections, OH
Adler & Co., CA

Education

MFA, Painting, Hunter College, NY, NY
BA, Art History, (Magna Cum Laude), Hunter College, NY, NY