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: 
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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.

Solo Exhibit at Underdonk in Brooklyn, Fusiform

Elisa Lendvay
June 22 -July 29, 2018
Opening Friday June 22 7-9
Fusiform ruffled waves
Waves of ruffled orbs, wave ruffled fusiform, Hemispheres, Bends, Fans, Pyramids, Pointers, Plant, A Structuring Cycle, Muscle, Fish, Stacking Artifacts, Moments, Awkward Stances, An Arrangement Growing Towards the Light
Underdonk Gallery
1329 Willoughby Ave
L Train to Jefferson

I have a piece included in True North at LABspace curated by Julie Torres, up through Saturday, June 2 with a closing party on the same day from 3-5pm. It's a fun exhibit with lots of great NY artists.


2642 NY Route 23, Hillsdale NY,  
just west of NY Route 22. 
(917) 749-2857

(Open Memorial Saturday,  1-5pm.)

New Geometry II opening 2/10 Amy Vensel, Will Lustenader, Don Voisine, Ruth Hiller, Robert Storr, Power Boothe, Steve Bartlett, Elisa Lendvay, Gregg Blasdel, and Grace DeGennaro.

February 10 - March 10, 2018
Opening Reception
Saturday, February 10th, 6 – 8 PM
It was 1968 and the first day of New Geometry at Cheshire High School. The teacher passed out the textbook, informing students that a new one was on order and would arrive soon. The old textbook, from the 1950's with it’s solid maroon cover, seemed daunting, having more information than anyone could ever learn. Nerves were heightened with the arrival of this “new” version. It had a jazzy green and pink cover and was full of hard-edged 1960's graphics and color. It soon became clear, that although this new book was teaching the same lessons, it was presenting a fresh perspective. While the rigor was still present, there was a degree of levity that seemed to open a door. “New Geometry” is inspired by those first few days of New Geometry in 1968.

We are pleased to present the work of Amy Vensel, Will Lustenader, Don Voisine, Ruth Hiller, Robert Storr, Power Boothe, Steve Bartlett, Elisa Lendvay, Gregg Blasdel, and Grace DeGennaro.
Fred Giampietro Gallery is located across the street from the Yale University Art Gallery and the Yale Center for British Art, less than 1 mile from interstate I-91 and Union Railroad Station at 1064 Chapel St., New Haven, CT 06510. Gallery hours are Monday –Saturday 11am – 5pm or by appointment. For more information please call the Gallery at (203) 777-7760 
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