One Month Residency funded by the new Surf Point Foundation
Art to Go: A Benefit for Make The Road, NY
NOVEMBER 30–DECEMBER 16, 2018
OPENING RECEPTION FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 6–9pm
Transmitter is pleased to present Art to Go: A Benefit for Make the Road New York. In these tumultuous times, we have acknowledged the potential in harboring community efforts for the common good. As a result, we've chosen to take action by inviting dozens of artists we have exhibited and friends of the gallery to create unique works on or with our iconic tote bag.
Participating artists:Participating artists:
Aaron Poser / Jennifer Stone • Adam Douglas Thompson • Alain Biltereyst • Alex Beck • Alex Gingrow • Alex Paik • Amanda Browder • Andrea Monti • Andrew Ohanesian • Angela Simione • Anna Ortiz • Ben McNutt • Ben Pederson • Bill Logan • Bjorn Meyer-Ebrecht • Blaise Rosenthal • Brian Rattiner • Caetlynn Booth • Catherine Haggarty • Courtney Childress • Danielle Mysliwiec •Debra Ramsay • Dillon DeWaters • Elle Burchill • Emily Burns • Erik Benson • Frank Webster • Georgia Elrod • Gilbert Hsiao • Ginevra Shay • Gregory Kaplowitz • Guy Nelson • Hayley Blomquist • Hilary Baldwin • Jake Cartwright • Janine Biunno • Jasmin de Oude • Jeff Feld • Jeff Fichera • Jennifer Grimyser • Jim Osman • Joey Parlett • Jon Elliott • Julia Couzens • Julian Jimarez-Howard • Karen Schifano • Kristen Racaniello • Kristen Schiele • Kyle Kogut • Lauren Portada • Liz Ainslie • Liz Atlas • Lukai de Oude • Maria Vasconcelos • Mariana Garibay Raeke • Mark Sengbush • Martha Fleming-Ives • Matthew Crowther • Matthew Mahler • Michael Scoggins • Miller Robinson • Mokha Laget • Nick Cueva • Norm Paris • Orly Maiberg • Parsley Steinweiss • Patricia Zarate • Paul Gagner • Philip Tomaru / Martin Masetto • Rachael Gorchov • Richard Bottwin • Rob de Oude • Ryan Syrell • Sandra Ono • Sarah McNulty • Sarah Palmer • Stephanie Snider • Todd Kelly • Tom Griggs • Trevor Powers • Vincent Como • Yael Eban / Matt Gamber • Yin Ho
Book Launch - David Zwirner
Since its inception, cofounder and artistic director Phong Bui and the Rail’s contributors have interviewed over four hundred artists for The Brooklyn Rail. This volume brings together for the first time a selection of sixty of the most influential and seminal interviews with artists ranging from Richard Serra and Brice Marden, to Alex Da Corte and House of Ladosha. While each interview is important in its own right, offering a perspective on the life and work of a specific artist, collectively they tell the story of a journal that has grown during one of the more diverse and surprising periods in visual art. There is no unified style or perspective; The Brooklyn Rail’s strength lies in its ability to include and champion difference.
This anthology, published by David Zwirner will include my 2014 interview with Sheila Hicks
Group Show: Tie Up Draw Down
June 2-September 2, 2017
Center for Craft, Creativity and Design, Asheville NC
Artists: Polly Apfelbaum, Joell Baxter, Jen Bervin, Francesca Capone, Liz Collins, Marianne Fairbanks, Del Harrow, Sheila Hicks, LoVid, John Paul Morabito, Danielle Mysliwiec, Molly Smith, Laurel Sparks, Margo Wolowiec
Group Show: Small Painting
County Gallery, Palm Beach, Florida
February 10 – March 6, 2017
John Phillip Abbott
Group Show: Infrastructure: Land, Mind, Country
Artists from the Two Coats of Paint Residency Program
Curated by: Sharon Butler and Rachel Farber
Seminar Gallery, AICAD, 20 Jay Street, suite M10, Brooklyn NY
February 2 – 26, 2017
Opening Reception: Thursday February 2, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
E.Tay Gallery, NYC
Curated by Mark Epstein
September 13th - October 15th
Opening - September 13th,6-8pm
Group Show: Paper/Work
Rockelmann &, Berlin
Curated by Andy Holtin
December 11 - January 23, 2015
Opening - December 10, 7-10pm
Artists: Yasmin Alt, Maria Bajt, Sebastian Biskup, Stefanie Bühler, Andy Holtin, Matthew Kenyon, Galo Moncayo and Danielle Mysliwiec
ROCKELMANN& is proud to present PAPER/WORK, a curated show by Andy Holtin. PAPER/WORK is an exhibition exploring the use and place of paper in the work of a group of artists with distinctly diverse practices. Eschewing the traditional “works on paper” approach, PAPER/WORK acknowledges that paper is first and foremost a material, one whose accessibility and malleability can render it simultaneously ubiquitous and invisible. The selected works of these artists incorporate paper as substance, as surface, and as an elemental building block of culture, pushing a familiar medium to unfamiliar places.
Group Show: Painting, More or Less...
Transmitter Gallery, Bushwick
Curated by Rob de Oude
October 30 - December 6, 2015
Opening - October 30, 6-9pm
Painting, More or Less.. is an exhibition featuring artists from the US and abroad who use minimalist or maximalist, reductive or accumulative approaches in their painting practices.
Aimée Terburg (NL)
Alain Biltereyst (BE)
Chris Fennell (USA)
Danielle Mysliwiec (USA)
Emma Langridge (AUS)
Michael Rouillard (USA)
Shawn Stipling (UK)
Full Fellowship award for May 2016.
Sharon Butler has invited me to be one of the 2015/2016 artist residents at Two Coats of Paint.
I'll be in residence April 2016
The Wassaic project has invited me to be a resident printmaker in October 2015.
Group Show: Mixed Greens Gallery
July 23 - August 28, 2015
July 23 - August 28, 2015
Mixed Greens is thrilled to present Common Thread, a group exhibition of paintings by Anni Albers, Wendy Edwards, Tamara Gonzales, Michelle Grabner, Sarah Harrison, Ellen Lesperance, Danielle Mysliwiec, Sasha Pierce, Angela Teng, Leslie Wayne, and Summer Wheat.
Review of Solo Exhibition: Harbinger
Brooklyn Rail, March 5, 2015
Group Exhibition: Mimic
Jessica Labatte, Imitators, 2010
Air Circulation Gallery, Bushwick, NY
January 29 - March 15, 2015
Opening Reception: January 29th, 7-9pm
Air Circulation has the pleasure of introducing “Mimic”, a group exhibition about mimicry, illusion, and material transformation in art.
What are the components of a transformative art viewing experience? Critics have written volumes on the subject, but perhaps the most basic comes from the artistic impulse to mimic and to disorient through illusion and allusion. This show assembles a group of artists whose art challenges the viewer’s perception. Space collapses, materials look like other materials, gesture is scrutinized and transformed. In short, each work is infused with just a little bit of magic.
Solo Exhibition: Harbinger
January 17 - February 8, 2015
Opening Reception: January 17th, 6 - 8 PM
Solo Exhibition: Quatrain
December 5 - 28, 2014
Opening Reception: December 5, 6-9pm
Group Exhibition: Higher Learning
Curated by Dannielle Tegeder, Lehman College, NY
Travelling to Hamilton College, Sept. 2014
Artists include // David Humphrey, Amy Feldman, Kate Gilmore, Marie Lorenz,Sharon Louden, Echo Eggebrecht, Amze Emmons, Anna Kunz, Sabina Ott,Mark Wethli, Gianna Commito, Danielle Mysliwiec, Cheryl Donegan, Emily Noelle Lambert, Norm Paris, Mira Schor, Ellen Harvey, Kika Karadi, Elizabeth Huey, Katherine Kuharic, Gabriela Galvan, Paul Ramirez Jonas, Caitlin Masley, Ron Buffington, Buzz Spector, Jered Sprecher, Julia Jacquette, Julian Kreimer,Karina Skvirsky, Richard Kalina, Melissa Brown, Sean McCarthy, Pamela Fraser,Pablo Helguera, Vera Iliatova, Craig Taylor, Angela Dufresne, Angela Fraleigh,Stephen Westfall, John O'Connor, Stephen Westfall, Carl Ostendarp, Rachel Beach, Nicola Lopez, Scott Hug, Carol Padberg Gabriel Phipps, Laurel Farrin, Julie Langsam
Bmore Art Features an interview with Danielle Mysliwiec - October 2014
Hamiltonian Gallery Presents: A Conversation Between Austin Thomas and Danielle Mysliwiec
The Brooklyn Rail: Sheila Hicks in Conversation with Danielle Mysliwiec