Lauren Fensterstock
NEW WORK ON DISPLAY AT INDEPENDENT ART PROJECTS THROUGH SEPT 21, 2014
June 26- September 21, 2014
Independent Art Projects
1315 MASS MoCA Way
North Adams, MA 01247
TWO SUMMER 2014 SHOWS
RECURRENCE
Edgar Arceneaux, Lauren Fensterstock, Colter Jacobsen, Nick McPhail,
Ariana Papademetropoulos
curated by Luisa Aguilar Solis and Georgia Horn
FRIDMAN GALLERY
287 Spring Street, New York, NY 10013
July 17 - August 15, 2014
Opening Reception: Thursday, July 17, 6-8pm


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Lianghong Feng, Lauren Fensterstock, Sin-Ying Ho, and Sergei Isupov
June 26- July 27, 2014
Independent Art Projects
1315 MASS MoCA Way
North Adams, MA 01247

TWO NEW SHOWS OPEN IN JAN 2014
SURFACE:Nicole Chesney, Kristina Estell, Lauren Fensterstock, Sylvie Fleury, Beth Lipman, Marilyn Minter, Douglas Weathersby
Jan 23
Stephen B. Paine Gallery at Mass Art
Boston, MA
The surface is where the viewer meets the art. Though immediately visible, it is also a liminal space, dividing interior from exterior and obscuring what exists beneath. With this complexity of meaning as a point of departure, "Surface" brings together seven multidisciplinary artists whose works are diverse in media, content, and approach but who touch on common themes such as impermanence, fragility, and unsatisfied desires.

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Lauren Fensterstock: Preparatory Drawings
Jan 3-18
Aucocisco Galleries
Portland, ME
aucocisco

SOLO SHOW OPENS AT SIENNA PATTI CONTEMPORARY!
Lauren Fensterstock: New Work
August 16 - September 23, 2013
Artist Reception: August 16, 2013 from 5-8 PM
Sienna Gallery
80 Main Street
Lenox, MA 01240
413 637 8386
|http://http://www.siennapatti.com|exhibit info|
NEW WORK AT COLLECTIVE.1 DESIGN FAIR, NYC
Exhibiting with Sienna Gallery
Pier 57, New York
May 8-11, 2013
Collective
SOLO SHOW AT JMKAC OPEN NOW THRU AUG. 18, 2013!
Lauren Fensterstock: The Celebration of Formal Effects, Whether Natural or Artificial
on view from 3/3/13- 8/18/13 at the John Michael Kohler Art Center in Sheboygan, WI
JMKAC
"Creating three distinct gardens using ornately quilled, cut, and sculpted black paper, the artist presents highly crafted, delicate installations that embody the contradictions of all gardens. Her installation allows viewers to marvel at the human imagination that went into creating worlds out of nature. Simultaneously, the choice to use black to create the gardens symbolizes grief, perhaps lamenting the moments when human imagination gives way to arrogance, and “the natural” is imposed on nature."
ON VIEW IN IRELAND
Dubh: Dialogues in Black
Feb 2 - March 15, 2012
Oliver Sears Gallery
29 Molesworth Street
Dublin, Ireland
COMING TO TEXAS!
Two Takes on One Space: Lauren Fensterstock and Steve Wiman
Austin Museum of Art-Arthouse
Exhibition: December 15, 2011–February 19, 2012
Member's Reception: January 11, 2012, 5-8 PM
Artist Talks: January 11, 2012, 7 PM
* To complement my Smithson inspired work, AMOA-Arthouse will screen Robert Smithson's film Spiral Jetty (1970) on Feb 9 at 7PM. Too cool!
JOHN BISBEE AND LAUREN FENSTERSTOCK
November 9 - December 3
Opening Reception: November 9, 5-7 PM
Aucocisco
89 Exchange Street
Portland, ME 04101
phone: 207.775.2222
DUBH: DIALOGUES IN BLACK
American Irish Historical Society
991 Fifth Avenue. New York, NY 10028
October 7th to November 13th, 2011
Open: Thursday - Sunday 10-5pm

In dubh; dialogues in black international curator Brian Kennedy looks at black as both a physical and emotional starting point for the most interesting creative voices from Ireland in dialogue with their American peers. This project also places great importance on how design/craft is viewed and discussed; as a result the catalogue for dubh; dialogues in black will include essays by Irish and American writers, who will discuss and debate the issues surrounding the exhibition.

Following the show in New York, the exhibition returns to Ireland where it will appear at Oliver Sears Gallery, Molesworth Street, Dublin from February 2 to March 15, 2012. Further information on both these events, and other future projects, can be found at STUDIOpractice
TWO SHOWS OPEN IN MAY!
Lauren Fensterstock: Incidents of Garden Displacement (see below)
and
Field of Vision: Artists Explore Place
May 22 – October 2, 2011
Racine Art Museum
Our feelings or memories about a place are formed by how a location (beach, forest, field, building) feels, not just by how it looks. Details are often minimized by overall thoughts and impressions—sounds, textures, light, and smells. The nine artists represented in Field of Vision respond to and explore their perceptions of “place” through carved wax flowers, hanging plants made of porcelain paper clay, atmospheric paintings on mirrored glass, and jewelry referencing landscapes. Artists whose works are featured in this exhibition include Olga de Amaral (Colombia), Nicole Chesney (RI), Lauren Fensterstock (ME), Mary Giles (MN), Sarah Hood (WA), Rebecca Hutchinson (MA), Jolynn Krystosek (NY), Harold O’Connor (CO) and Beverly Penn (TX).
SOLO SHOW OPENS AT OGUNQUIT MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART
Lauren Fensterstock: Incidents of Garden Displacement
Opening Reception: May 1, 2011 from 5 to 7pm.
May 1 - June 26, 2011
Ogunquit Museum of American Art
NEW WORK TO BE ON VIEW AT PULSE NYC
PULSE Contemporary Art Fair
MARCH 3-6, 2011
Metropolitan Pavilion
125 West 18th Street, New York
Booth B-7: Sienna Gallery
PULSE
SOLO SHOW OPENS AT SIENNA GALLERY
Lauren Fensterstock: Mound
August 20 - September 26, 2010
Artist Reception: August 21, 2010 from 4-6 PM
Sienna Gallery
80 Main Street
Lenox, MA 01240
413 637 8386
exhibit info
SOLO SHOW OPENS AT WALKER CONTEMPORARY
Lauren Fensterstock: Of Groves, Labyrinths, Dedals, Cabinets, Cradles, Close-walks, Galleries, Pavillions, Portico's, Lanterns, and other Relievo's: of Topiary and Hortulan Architecture
april 2-30, 2010
opening reception, friday april 2, 6-8pm
WALKER CONTEMPORARY
450 Harrison Ave., Boston, MA
walker contemporary