Annabeth Marks

Born: 1986 Rochester NY

Resides: Brooklyn, NY


EDUCATION:

MFA Milton Avery Graduate School of Art, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY 2016

BFA Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), Providence, Rhode Island, 2009

Yale University Summer School of Art, Fellow, Norfolk, Connecticut, 2008


SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

2021

Forthcoming solo exhibition, Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan WI

2020

"A Single Translucent Droplet, A Tidal Wave," Fahrenheit Madrid Gallery, Madrid Spain

“We Are The Weather,” Artist Curated Projects, Los Angeles CA

2017

“Annabeth Marks,” White Columns, New York NY (Solo Exhibition)

2013

“Folding Down the Middle,” Culture Room, Brooklyn NY (Solo Exhibition)

2011

“Annabeth Marks,” Fisher Press Gallery, Santa Fe NM (Solo Exhibition)


MUSEUM / INSTITUTIONAL GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

2018

“Possessed: Eckhaus Latta,” Whitney Museum of American Art, New York NY

2015

“Greater New York,” in collaboration with Eckhaus Latta, MOMA PS1, Long Island City NY

2012

“Doris Staffel Retrospective: Teachers, Colleagues, and Students,” Woodmere Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA

2008

“She Thinks That’s Crazy,” curated by Elizabeth Skadden, Rhode Island School of Design Museum of Art, Providence, RI


SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

2021

Forthcoming group exhibition, Franz Kaka, Toronto ON

2020

“Friendz,” Key Club, New York NY

Walking the Cow,” curated by Haynes Riley at Green Gallery, Milwaukee MN

2019

“The Sun is Also A Star,” Artist Curated Projects, Los Angeles CA

“Grand Buffet,” Babayaga Gallery, Hudson NY

“White Columns Annual Benefit,” New York NY

2018

Discontinuous Flashes of Energy,” in collaboration with Matthew Schrader, Carl Louie, Toronto Canada 

Snarl of Twine,” Magenta Plains NY

William King, Annabeth Marks, Rachel Eulana Williams, Annie Pearlman,” Derek Eller Gallery, New York NY

2017

“Collect,” Soloway, Brooklyn NY

Blue Danube,” Overduin and Co., Los Angeles CA

“Travel Light,” Aetopoulous, Athens Greece

2016

Her Wherever,” Halsey McKay Gallery, East Hampton NY

(curated by Sara Greenberger Rafferty and Sara VanDerBeek)

“Five Holes All Smiles,” Greenpoint Terminal Gallery, Brooklyn NY

“TwentyThreeSome,” MFA thesis exhibition, Bard College, Redhook NY

Enlarged Fern,” Moskowitz Bayse, Los Angeles CA

Anthem of the Sun,” Canada Gallery, New York NY

“Doris Staffel,” White Columns, New York, NY (Curated by Annabeth Marks)

2015

Old Truths and New Lies,” Rachel Uffner Gallery, New York NY

“Sorry I’ve Been Trying to Teach a Peacock how to Act,” Rachel Uffner Gallery, New York NY

2014

Annabeth Marks, William J. O’Brian, Kayla Guthrie, McKeever Donovan, USBlues, Greenpoint NY

2013

“Silhouette,” Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, New York NY

2012

“Micro-Eutopia,” RK Projects, Providence RI

2011

“Palimpsest,” RK Projects, Providence RI

“Uncanny Valley, Bodega, Philadelphia PA

“Introducing the Graduates,” New Gallery, Houston TX

“This Land is a Hand Game,” Porthole Projects, Santa Fe NM


CURATORIAL PROJECTS:

2016

“Doris Staffel,”curated by Annabeth Marks, Project Room, White Columns, New York NY

2015

“Aurora Andrews,” curated by Annabeth Marks and Matthew Schrader, Club Tatiana, Brooklyn NY

2011

“This Land is a Hand Game,” curated by Annabeth Marks and Lauren Fisher, Santa Fe NM


AWARDS/ RESIDENCIES:

The Lighthouse Works Residency and Fellowship, Fishers Island CT (Fall 2016)

The Florence Leif Grant for Female Painters, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence RI (2009)


SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY:

2018

Christopher Lew, “Group Dynamics,” Whitney Museum of American Art, 2018

Johanna Fateman, “Eckhaus Latta Possessed,” New Yorker, September 8, 2018

2017
Andy Campbell, "Critics Picks: Blue Danube," Artforum, June 2017
"Overduin and Co. Present "Blue Danube," Ravelin Magazine, http://ravelinmagazine.com/posts/overduin-and-co-present-blue-danube/
2016
Thea Ballard, "Dress Up," Modern Painters, September 2016. 78 and 79.
Andrew Russeth, "PS1's Greater New York Show Broadens It's Purview with Mixed Results," Artnews.com
http://www.artnews.com/2015/10/09/ps1s-greater-new-york-show-broadens-its-purview-with-mixed-results/
Steff Yotka, "Contemporary Fashion Finds a New Home at MoMa PS1," Vogue.com
http://www.vogue.com/article/moma-ps1-greater-new-york-fashion-eckhaus-latta
2013

Zoe Latta and Mike Eckhaus, "Annabeth Marks: Folding Down the Middle, Best of 2013: The Artists’ Artists, Artforum, December 2013