August 2012 Open Workshop

30 / July / 2012

August 2012 Open Workshop

Greg Murr

  • 30 July – 4 August
  • 6 – 11 August

Brody Neuenschwander

  • 25 – 30 August


€ 495.00 1 week
€ 750.00 2 weeks
€ 985:00 3 weeks

As a new phase in its programming, the Scuola offers to both past participants and independent working artists full access to its facilities and a professional atmosphere for the realization of new projects. Attending artists can make use of the Scuola’s diverse resources toward their individual creative pursuits, with the supervision and critical insights of Greg Murr and Brody Neuenschwander. These two artists will make themselves available to all, providing analysis and direction on possible courses of development for individual projects, and to the extent that participants seek. Throughout the summer, additional resident artists will be present and will further contribute to this stimulating environment. The Scuola’s SG Gallery will also be available for artists’ use under the auspices of its ongoing Kaleidoscope project, an evolving installation-oriented exhibition, artist-curated and documented weekly. In effect, all of the Scuola’s resources, including its full print studio, painting and drawing studio, Macintosh-based computer labs, library and courtyard garden will be open to participants, 9am – 10pm, Mondays – Saturdays. Participating artists will receive a key for personal access to facilities.

Gregory James Murr

2011 The Grammar of the Douro, Arvore School of Art, Oporto, Portugal (forthcoming)   Notes and Observations on Nature, Perimeter Gallery, Chicago(forthcoming)   Fluvial; Water Drawings by Greg Murr, Miller Art Gallery, Otterbein University, Columbus, Ohio 2009 The Usual Politics, Morgan Lehman Gallery, New York   Mississippi Paintings, Perimeter Gallery, Chicago   Awash; cambi fantastici della laguna veneziana, Galleria il Sotoportego, Venice 2007 Drawing the Water’s Edge, Perimeter Gallery, Chicago   Waterline, James Patrick Gallery, Wiscasset, Maine 2006 Land and Sea, Galleria il Sotoportego, Scuola di Grafica, Venice 2005 Hudson River Overview, Morgan Lehman Gallery, Lakeville, Connecticut 2004 Tropism:New Works on Paper, Scuola Internazionale di Grafica, Venice 2003 New Drawings and Paintings, Perimeter Gallery, New York 2001 Recent Paintings, Turner Carroll Gallery, Santa Fe (also 2000, 1999, 1998)

2010 Advancing Tradition; 20 years of printmaking at Flatbed Press, Austin Museum of Art, Austin, Texas   Bestiary, The Wassaic Project, Wassaic, New York  Cities in Flux, WhiteConcepts Contemporary Art, Berlin   Gesture (inclusive), Hopkins Hall Gallery, Ohio State University, Columbus   (travels to Kuhn Fine Art Gallery, Marion, OH) 2009 Space Matrix I; Invention of Spaces, WhiteConcepts in collaboration with Atelier-Lofts, Berlin   Internal Compasses, Spaces Gallery, Cleveland   Americana, The Front, New Orleans 2008 Visions: Contemporary Drawings from the Dyke Collection, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock   (travels to Naples Museum of Art)   Change the Position; Jan Bauer & Greg Murr, Loeser-Marzi Projects, Berlin   Preview: Berlin Art Fair, Loeser-Marzi Projects, Berlin   Pressing Matters; Artists of Flatbed Press, Curfman Gallery, Colorado State University, Fort Collins 2006 Hot Picks/06, Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah   Fresh Ink; Flatbed Editions, Nancy Wilson Scanlan Gallery, Austin   Greg Murr, Linda Plotkin, Paul Rinaldi, Perimeter Gallery, Chicago   Premio Leonardo Sciascia, Centro per l’Incisione, Museo dell’Agro Veientano, Formello (Rome)     (travels to Florence, Venice, Milan through 2007) 2005 Prints into Drawings, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York   Fresh Ink: Prints from Flatbed Press, Salt Lake Arts Center, Salt lake City   Unseen Forces; Greg Murr and Lana Bernberg, Perimeter Gallery, Chicago   Views from Venice; the Collection of the Scuola di Grafica, The Center for Book Arts, New York   Inaugural Exhibition, JET Artworks, Washington, D.C. 2004 Printed Matter, Morgan Lehman Gallery, Lakeville, Connecticut   Chaos/Control, Perimeter Gallery, Chicago   Emerging: Franklin Evans, Greg Murr, Ruby Palmer, Morgan Lehman Gallery, Lakeville, Connecticut

2007 Flatbed Press, Austin, TX (also 2000) 2004 Tamarind Institute, Albuquerque, NM 2003 Robert M. MacNamara Foundation, Westport Island, ME   Morris Graves Foundation, Loleta, CA 2001 MacDowell Colony, Peterborough, NH

Whitney Museum of American Art   Philadelphia Museum of Art   Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe   Davis Museum, Wellesley College   Sheldon Museum of Art, University of Nebraska, Lincoln   University of New Mexico Art Museum   Progressive Collection   Scuola Internazionale di Grafica   Wake Forest University

The University of Iowa, Iowa City   Kansas City Art Institute   University of Nebraska, Lincoln   Ohio State University   Otterbein University   Wake Forest University   University of Wisconsin, Madison

Yates, Christopher. “Layered works test material pairings,” The Columbus Dispatch, Jan 16, 2011   Taylor, Jonathan. “Greg Murr, Mississippi Paintings” Chicago Art Review, July 23, 2009
Veleanu, Ioana. “Artist Profile: Greg Murr,” ExBerliner, Issue no. 55, Nov 2007
Artner, Alan. “Murr finds inspiration in the everyday,” The Chicago Tribune, Jul 27, 2007
Poroznuk, Amber. “Cartographies: Mapping the Metaphorical,” whitehotmagazine, Berlin, Summer 2007   Consentino, Nicoletta. “Le forme astratte di Greg Murr,” La Nuova di Venezia, Nov 27, 2004   Mendelowitz, Wakeham, Faber, A Guide to Drawing, Sixth Ed., 2002, pgs. 333-4, 357   Indyke, Dottie. “Greg Murr; Turner Carroll Gallery, Santa Fe, NM,” ArtNews Oct 2000

Brody Neuenschwander

Though the mark of the pen is usually present in Neuenschwander’ s work, so are typographic letters, scratched letters, drawings and paintings. Neuenschwander asks serious questions about the place of calligraphy in the modern world and attempts to bridge the gap between conceptual art and the acts of drawing, painting, writing.
Neither the medium nor the message is the message.
Since 1989 Neuenschwander has collaborated with director Peter Greenaway, providing live-action calligraphy for the films Prospero’ s Books and The Pillow Book, as well as for the operas Writing to Vermeer and Columbus and many other projects.
Recent projects have included video installations, stained glass, monumental texts in metal and stage performances with live calligraphy.

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