I will have work again in GlenLily Grounds 2018 -- An exhibition of outdoor site-specific art, installation and sculpture.

An annual sculpture and installation exhibition held at 532 Grand Avenue, Newburgh, NY organized by Lacey Fekishazy as part of Newburgh Open Studios. September 29 & September 30, 2018 from noon to 6pm.

GlenLily Grounds 2018 is an exhibition of outdoor site-specific art, installation and sculpture. It will be spread out on the estate over 11 acres of field, hill, and wood. This year we will feature work by Joseph Ayers, Jamie Chesser, Dave Choi, Vivien Abrams Collens, Angela Conant, Tom Costa, Olivia Drusin, Stacy Fisher, Daniel Giordano, Beka Goedde, Kate Harding, Gabriel Hurier, Will Hutnick, Julian, Armand Jimarez-Howard, Elisa Lendvay, Renee Ludwiczak, Matthew Mahler, JJ Manford, Matthew Mahler, Trevor Reese, Ryan Roa, Ryan Scails, Greg Slick, Elisa Soliven, Jean-Marc Superville Sovak, John Szlasa, Karen Tepaz, Amelia Toelke, and Michael Zelehoski.

Up through Oct. 31st Colorforms at LABspace: Elisa Lendvay, Elisa Soliven, Hannah Foster and Susan Scott

Elisa Lendvay, Wynken, 2018. wood, bamboo, gourd, bottlecaps, metal, plaster, clay, felt, plastic, acrylic paint and medium, marble dust. 15.5 x 12.5 x 4 inches

Colorforms and Austin Thomas: Lots of little things at LABspace
September 9th - October 31st 2018
Please join us at LABspace for Colorforms group show and Lots of little things, a solo exhibition from Austin Thomas.

Gallery 1: Colorforms featuring Elisa Lendvay, Elisa Soliven, Hannah Foster and Susan Scott.

Gallery 2: Austin Thomas solo exhibition, Lots of little things, an installation of drawings, collages, prints and photographs.

Colorforms is a group exhibition that expands upon LABspace’s exploration of idiosyncratic objects, painted constructions and otherwise unusual situations and ideas in the form of sculpture. Elisa Lendvay, Elisa Soliven, Hannah Foster and Susan Scott will collaboratively install their work in our small front gallery. 

For Lots of little things, Austin Thomas will install an intimate solo exhibition of paper constructions, drawings, collages, prints and photographs in our rear gallery. Thomas will also include some works on paper from friends Philip Knoll and Sue Muskat.

Colorforms and 
Austin Thomas: Lots of little things
at LABspace

Sunday September 9th - October 31st
2642 NY Route 23
Hillsdale NY 

Elisa Lendvay
Elisa Soliven
Hannah Foster
Susan Scott
and Austin Thomas

On view at LABspace Saturdays 1-5pm through October 2018 and by appointment via julielabspace@gmail.com.

Please stay tuned for announcements of upcoming events throughout the show.

This piece included in World Holes curated by Jesse Greenberg in good company

I'm happy to be included in this exhibit:
‘World Holes’ curated by Jesse Greenberg

The sixth in an ongoing series of online exhibitions.
‘World Holes’ was curated exclusively from White Columns’ Artist Registry.

Only viewable online: whitecolumns.org 
Check it out!

Happy to be included in this LA exhibit, Mnēmonikos, curated by E

curated by Esther Ruiz
August 4 - August 26, 2018
Opening Reception: Saturday, August 4th, 7 - 10 PM
Tiger Strikes Asteroid Los Angeles is excited to announce Mnēmonikos¹, an exhibition featuring works by Theresa Daddezio, Scout Dunbar, Leah Guadagnoli, Meredith Hoffheins, Clinton King, Elisa Lendvay, Kristy Luck, Andrew Moeller, Scott Robinson, Jonathan Ryan, Sarah Tortora, Austin Williams, Jake Ziemann and curated by TSA LA member and artist Esther Ruiz. The show runs from August 4 to August 26, 2018 with an opening reception on Saturday, August 4th, from 7 to 10 PM.
Mnēmonikos is an exhibition that examines the fine line between the clarity and obscurity surrounding the impressions of memory and landscape. Through a variety of media, each artist explores the dreamlike haze of recalling memories and depictions of thoughts, emotions, textures and sounds. Each in turn portrays their specific mental landscape. By combining familiar forms, textures and sounds the viewer is invited to share in the quiet intimacy of moments and thoughts experienced both real and imagined. Each asking, “How do I show you this place where it happens, this place in my mind?”
¹The word “mnemonic” is derived from the Ancient Greek word μνημονικός (mnēmonikos), meaning “of or relating to memory”. Mnemonics in antiquity were most often considered in the context of what is today known as the art of memory. The art of memory (Latin: ars memoriae) is any of a number of loosely associated mnemonic principles and techniques used to organize memory impressions, improve recall, and assist in the combination and ‘invention’ of ideas. Techniques commonly employed in the art include the association of emotionally striking memory images within visualized locations…Any or all of these techniques were often used in combination with the contemplation or study of architecture, books, sculpture and painting, which were seen by practitioners of the art of memory as externalizations of internal memory images and organization.
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