T O N Y W I G H T G A L L E R Y 845 West Washington Boulevard | Chicago 60607 | t. 312.492.7261 | [email protected] Dannielle Tegeder American, b. 1971 Lives and works in New York EDUCATION MFA School of the Art Institute of Chicago BFA State University of New York at Purchase Amsterdam School of Fine Arts, The Netherlands Arrangements to Ward Off Accidents, Priska C. Juschka Fine Art, New York Projecto El Sistema, Museo de Arte de Querataro, Mexico 7(x) = 20x + x5d-1 + (Yellow), Gregory Lind Gallery, San Francisco The Chicago Index of the Invisible: Incidents and Interconnections, Bodybuilder and Dannielle Tegeder: Paintings and Drawings, curated by Ruth Grover, The Cress Smooth Shatter, Priska C. Juschka Fine Art, New York Dannielle Tegeder, Rhapsodic Love is Chroma Construction, Galerie Xippas, Paris Dannielle Tegeder, New Drawings, Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects The Laboratory for Advancement of Utopian Thought, Bodybuilder and Sportsman The New Metropolis: Safe Living Project, Gregory Lind Gallery, San Francisco Death Rock City: Drawings and Structures, Priska C. Juschka Fine Art, Brooklyn Cities of Construct: Underground Plans of Risk and Desire, MüllerDechiara, Berlin, Winter Safe Cities?, Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects, Los Angeles Safe City Project, Mixture Gallery, project room, Houston Love, Lust and Other Mechanical Systems, De Chiara Gallery, New York Dannielle Tegeder, New Works, Herter Art Gallery, University of Massachusetts Drawing Show, Jan Cicero Gallery, Chicago Sustainable?, curated by Elizabeth Langhorne, Chen Gallery, Central Connecticut State 40TH Anniversary 2008 Art on Paper, Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC Remarks on Color, Galerie Baer, Dresden T O N Y W I G H T G A L L E R Y 845 West Washington Boulevard | Chicago 60607 | t. 312.492.7261 | [email protected] Nature Interrupted, curated by Elga Wimmer, Chelsea Art Museum, New York The 183rd Annual: An Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary Art, National Academy Tension/Release, curated by Shane McAdams, Caren Golden Fine Art, New York Future Tense: Reshaping the Landscape, Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, NY In the Private Eye, curated by Yaelle Amir, Ise Foundation, New York A New High In Getting Low, John Connelly Presents, New York, NY Abstraction, Jette Rudolph Galerie, Berlin, Germany Mapping the Self, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago Prelude, Julie Chae Gallery, Boston Personal Geographies, curated by Joanna Lindenbaum, Hunter College Times Materiality (traveling exhibition), Clifford Gallery, Colgate University, Hamilton, NY; Paperworks, curated by Daria Brit Shapiro, Paul Kopeikin Gallery, Los Angeles Go North, New Yorker!, Peekskill Project 2006, Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art (HVCCA), Peekskill, NY Utopia, Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI Nature Interrupted, curated by Elga Wimmer, New Bedford Art Museum, MA Site 92, in collaboration with Lili Herrera, Smack Mellon, Brooklyn 10th National Drawing Invitational, curated by Brian Young, Arkansas Art Center, New Found Land, Priska C. Juschka Fine Art, New York Wunderkammer II: Paisajes, Nina Menocal Galeria, Mexico City, Mexico Constructed Realities: The Influence of Science and Engineering in American Art, Center for Contemporary Art, Southeastern Louisiana University, Hammond, LA Edition Selects, curated by Nancy Princenthal, Lower East Side Print Shop, Contingent Living, curated by Michelle Grabner, Bodybuilder and Sportsman Open House, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY System: Landscape, Caren Golden Fine Art, New York Strange Worlds, curated by Tracy L. Adler, The Bertha And Karl Leubsdorf Art Gallery at Hunter College, New York Summer Drawings, Mixture Contemporary Art, Houston 4 American Abstraction, Anne DeVillepoix Gallery, Paris Paradox Paradise: Fred Tomaselli, Justine Kurland, Matt Mullican, Dannielle Tegeder, Castle Gallery, College of New Rochelle, New Rochelle, NY Out of Site, curated by Anne Ellegood, The New Museum, New York and The Henry, Rumors of War, curated by Franklin Sirmans, a Contemporary Exhibition inspired by Selected Past Fellows, curated by Lilly Wei, Henry Street Settlement, New York Ten Years of Artists at the Marie Walsh Sharpe Foundation, Ace Gallery, New York Graves Supercomplication, Silverstein Gallery, New York Drawings, Mixture Gallery, Houston Wattage and Friendship, curated by David Hunt, MüllerDeChiara, Berlin Artist in the Marketplace Exhibition, The Bronx Museum of Art, New York T O N Y W I G H T G A L L E R Y 845 West Washington Boulevard | Chicago 60607 | t. 312.492.7261 | [email protected] Giddy, curated by Hamlett Dobbin, Rhoades College, Memphis, TN Open Studios, The Marie Walsh Sharpe Foundation, New York Night of 1,000 Drawings, Artists Space, New York Growing Into Space, Silverstein Gallery, New York Six Choose Six, Visual Arts Gallery, SUNY Purchase, New York The School of the Art Institute of Chicago MFA Exhibition, Chicago Anatomy and Intellect, Silverstein Gallery, New York Jones Invitational, curated by William Lieberman of Zolla-Lieberman Gallery, Robert Blackburn Printshop Edition fellowship Yaddo Foundation Residency, Saratoga Springs (upcoming) Banff Centre for the Arts, Artist Residency, Banff, Canada Lower East Side Print Fellowship Edition Award National Studio Program, PS1 Museum MOMA Affiliate, Clocktower, New York Yaddo Foundation residency, Saratoga Springs Henry Street Settlement Studio Fellowship The Marie Walsh Sharpe Studio Fellowship, New York The School of the Art Institute Scholarship Fund Yale Norfolk School of Art and Music Nomination Museum of Modern Art, Permanent Drawing Collection Rosenberg, Karen. “Where Have All the Paintings Gone? To the National Academy,” Jones, Caitlin. “In The Private Eye,” February 20, 2008. McQuiaid, Kate. “At Three Sites, New Management and New Ideas,” The Boston Artner, Alan. “Photos Spur Closer Scrutiny of Subjects,” Chicago Tribune. T O N Y W I G H T G A L L E R Y 845 West Washington Boulevard | Chicago 60607 | t. 312.492.7261 | [email protected] Artner, Alan. “Critic’s Choice,” Chicago Tribune. May 25, 2007. Glisson, James. “The Chicago Index for the Invisible, Bodybuilder and Sportsman,” Oates, Leah. “Mapping the Unresolved at The Chicago Index for the Invisible, Bodybuilder and Sportsman,” NY Arts. November/December, 2007. Foumberg, Jason. “Social Work,” New City. June 24, 2007. Lincot, Emmanuel. Dannielle Tegeder- Priska C. Juschka Fine Art Gallery, New York, Catalogue, Geographies (curated by Joanna Lindenbaum), Hunter College Times Oates, Leah. “Smooth Shatter,” Interview, NYarts Magazine. Oates, Leah. “Responding to Location in DUMBO,” NYARTS, NYarts Magazine, "Re-Shuffle: Notions of an Itinerant Museum," Center for Curatorial Studies (CCS) at Fel, Loïc. Dannielle Tegeder, Paris Art: (February). Cirauqui, Manuel. “Review: Dannielle Tegeder at Galerie Xippas,” Lapiz, p. 92. Siegel, Katie. ”Remote Viewing,” catalog for exhibition. 2005, p. 96. Grabner, Michelle. "A different kind of animal," Art Review. May/June 2005, p.39. Vincent, Steven. "Dannielle Tegeder at Priska C. Juschka," Art in America (May Helguera, Pablo, "Dannielle Tegeder at Priska C. Juschka Fine Art," Tema Celeste Stone, Katie. "Artseen: Dannielle Tegeder - Death Rock City at Priska C. Juschka Fine Art," The Brooklyn Rail (December 2004/ January 2005), p.16. Maine, Stephen. "Dateline Brooklyn," December 15, 2004. Finch, Charlie. "Lost and Found," December 9, 2004. Chasin, Noah. "Reviews," Time Out New York. December 2, 2004, p. 62. Judicael, Lavrador. "Le(baby) Galeries Boom," BeauxArts. 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