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Lisi Raskin

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BORN
1974, Miami, FL
Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY

EDUCATION
2003 MFA, Columbia University, School of the Arts, New York, NY
1996 BFA, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA

 

  • “Warning Warum”, Dia Art Foundation, New York, NY
  • “Launched-on-Tactical-Warning”, Riccardo Crespi, Milan, Italy
  • “Armada”, Workspace Series, The Blanton Museum, University of Texas at Austin, TX
  • “Topside”, Milliken Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden
  • “Mobile Observation Station”, 25th Street, Under the High Line, New York, NY
  • “Mobile Observation Station (Receiving Station)”, Bard Center for Curatorial Studies/Hessel Museum, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
  • “Command and Control”, ADAA Fair, New York, NY
  • “Switchyard”, Guild & Greyshkul, New York, NY
  • “Project Esrange (and other research)”, Signal Galeri, Malmoe
  • “Project Esrange (and other research)”, Gavle Konstcentrum, Gavle, Sweden
  • “High Positive Void Coefficient”, Ricardo Crespi Gallery, Milan, Italy
  • “Jack Shack (Dirty Bomb), PS1 MoMA, Long Island City, NY
  • “Observation Station, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland
  • “Art Forum Berlin”, Berlin, Germany
  • “Parallel Telegram”, Kuenstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany

 

  • “Heaven: 2nd Biennial of Athens”, Athens, Greece
  • “11th International Istanbul Biennial”, Istanbul, Turkey
  • “The Red Thread”, Tanas Gallery, Berlin, Germany
  • “House of Campari: First Look”, Los Angeles, CA
  • “Project Esrange”, The Company, Los Angeles, CA
  • “NEWAGERIOT”, Country Club, Los Angeles, CA
  • “Soft Manipulation”, commissioned by Zoran Eric, Maria Lind, Enrico Lunghi, Casino Luxembourg
  • “Katastrophenalarm”, NGBK, Berlin, Germany
  • “The Possibility of an Island”, Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami, FL
  • “Through a Glass, Darkly”, curated by Jenny Schlenzka, Redline Inaugural Exhibition, Denver, CO
  • “Green Dreams”, Kunstverein Wolfsburg, Germany
  • “Formalities”, curated by Maria Lind, IASPIS Project Space, Stockholm, Sweden
  • “What Remains”, curated by Marco Tagliafierro, Lambretto, Milan, Italy
  • “The Line of Time + The Plane of Now”, Wallspace and Harris Lieberman Gallery, New York, NY
  • “Pensée Sauvage”, Frankfurter Kunstverein and Ursula Blickle Stiftung, Frankfurt, Germany
  • “Jardins d’Amis”, Immenance, Paris, France
  • “Sonotube Forms: Contemporary Art and Transport”, Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum, Santa Barbara, CA
  • “Shared Women”, LACE, Los Angeles, CA
  • “Emergency”, curated by Thierry Geoffrey, PS1 MoMA, Queens, NY
  • “Written in Light”, curated by Zeljka Himbele, Bloomberg LP, New York, NY
  • “Atomica”, Lombard Freid, NY
  • “Hunch and Flail”, curataed by Amy Sillman, Artists Space, NY
  • “Greater New York 2005”, PS1 MoMA, Queens, NY
  • “Who’s the Protagonist”, Guild & Greyshkul, NY
  • “December 13th Group”, Artist’s Space, New York, NY
  • “Video Salon”, curated by Eva Respini, Brooklyn, NY
  • “Salad Days”, Artist’s Space, New York, NY
  • “Skull Turner”, Year Project, Brooklyn, NY
  • “Field”, Socrates Sculpture Park, Long Island City, NY
  • “Art in the Office”, Global Consulting Group, New York, NY
  • “Research Station”, High Desert Test Sites3, Joshua Tree, CA
  • “24/7”, Contemporary Art Center, Vilnius, Lithuania
  • “Ladies Night”, video program, Richard Lohr’s Loft, NY
  • “MFA Thesis Exhibition”, Columbia University, NY
  • “New York Area MFA Exhibition”, co-sponsored by the College Art Association Hunter College/Times Square Gallery, New York, NY
  • “Observatory”, High Desert Test Sites 1 with Artists on Tour, Joshua Tree, CA
  • “Escape”, Egizio’s Project, New York, NY
  • “Ides of March Biannual”, ABC No Rio, New York, NY

 

  • The Blanton Museum, Austin, TX
  • RISD, Providence, RI
  • University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
  • Bard CCS, Annandale- on- Hudson, NY
  • Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
  • Royal Academy of Art, Stockholm, Sweden (artist talk)
  • Jan van Eych Academy, Maastrich, Netherlands (artist talk)
  • Valand School of Art, Goteborg, Sweden (artist talk)
  • Institute of American Universities, Provence, France (artist talk)
  • IASPIS, Marabouparken, Sweden (artist talk)
  • New York University, New York, NY (artist talk)
  • Artist in Residence, IASPIS, Stockholm, Sweden
  • Guna S. Mundheim Berlin Prize in the Visual Arts
  • Universitaet der Kuenste, Berlin, Germany (artist talk)
  • American Academy in Berlin, Germany (artist talk)
  • The New School, New York, NY (artist talk)
  • Pratt Institute, Visiting Artist, Brooklyn, NY (artist talk)
  • 16 Beaver as part of “Women Don’t Lie” Speaker Series
  • American Austrian Foundation Hayward Prize
  • Joan Sovern Sculpture Award
  • Living with the Genie Conference, Columbia University, New York, NY
  • Viar Merit Fellowship, Columbia University
  • Warren Wilson College, Asheville, NC (artist talk)
  • Brandeis University, Waltham, MA (artist talk)
  • Mortimer Hays Traveling Fellowship
  • Louis P. Rabinovich Award: Painting and Sculpture
  • Gertrude Carnowsky Award: Creative Arts

 

  • University of Tennessee, Knoxville
  • Royal Academy of Art, Stockholm, Sweden
  • Jan van Eych Academy, Maastrich, Netherlands
  • Valand School of Art, Goteborg, Sweden
  • Institute of American Universities, Provence, France
  • IASPIS, Marabouparken, Sweden
  • New York University, New York, NY
  • Universitaet der Kuenste, Berlin, Germany
  • American Academy in Berlin, Germany
  • The New School, New York, NY
  • Pratt Institute, Visiting Artist, Brooklyn, NY
  • 16 Beaver as part of “Women Don’t Lie” Speaker Series
  • Living with the Genie Conference, Columbia University, New York, NY
  • Warren Wilson Vollege, Asheville, NC
  • Brandeis University, Waltham, MA

 

  • Lisi Raskin: Mobile Observation, Center for Curatorial Studies and Art in Contemporary Culture, Bard College, and Riccardo Crespi
  • Green Dreams, ed. Kunstverein Wolfsburg
  • Formalities, ed. Iaspis
  • Pensée Sauvage – von Freiheit, ed. Frankfurter Kunstverein/Ursula Blickle Stiftung
  • Lisi Raskin, Thought Crimes. Kuenstlerhaus Bethanien and The American Academy in Berlin,
  • Greater New York. PS1 Center for Contemporary Art
  • Atomica. Lombard Freid Projects and Esso Gallery
  • Hunch and Flail, Artists Space

 

  • Fuller, Daniel. “No Nukes” Art21 blog. August 11.
  • O’Neill-Butter, Lauren. “500 Words: Lisi Raskin” Artforum.com. March.
  • Droitcour, Brian. Interview with Lisi Raskin. rhizome.org. December 11.
  • Roberts, Matt. “Review: Lisi Raskin: Topside” Interface. October.
  • “CCS Bard Presents Lisi Raskin’s Mobile Observation (Transmitting and Receiving) Station” artdaily.org. May 11.
  • “Lisi Raskin: Mobile Observation (Transmitting and Receiving) Station” e-flux, Center for Curatorial Studies and Hessel Museum of Art. April 23.
  • Rosenberg, Karen. “Cheeky Hipsters in the Halls of Victorian Brigadiers”. The New York Times. February 22.
  • Vogel, Carol. Extra Art at the Armory, The New York Times. January 11.
  • Sandler, Linda and Katya Kazakina. Contemporary Art Show Draws Hedge
    Yablonsky, Linda. “Best in Show”. Artforum.com. February 24.
  • Johnson, Paddy. “The ADAA Fair”, Art Fag City. February 25.
  • Funds, Movie Stars in N.Y. Bloomberg.com. February 21.
  • Bryan-Wilson, Julia. Lisi Raskin. Artforum. May. 356-357.
  • Casavecchia, Barbara, Lisi Raskin at Riccardo Crespi. Flash Art. Dec – Jan.
  • Cotter, Holland. Lisi Raskin Switchyard. The New York Times. May 11.
  • Hebert, Niels. Nyfiken American staeller ut raketbas i Gaevle. Arbetarbladet. August 18.
  • Cruewell, Konstanze. Begugnung mit dem Fremden. Frankfurter Allegemeine Zeitung. June 25.
  • Thiele, Carmela. Eine Minute Niagrafall, Badische Neue Nachrichten. June 22.
  • Waltenberg, Lillith. Raketkoll, Dygnet Runt. May 4-10.
  • Widegren, Bjorn. Man maste se upp pa Konstcentrum, Gefle Dagblad. August 18.
  • Pesapane, Lucia, Lisi Raskin at Riccardo Crespi, “Tema Celeste, December.
  • Peter, Mick Lisi Raskin at Transmission Gallery. C Magazine, March.
  • Cotter, Holland ART REVIEW; Fanciful to Figurative to Wryly Inscrutable. The New York Times. July 8.
  • Moyer, Carrie, Not By Design, The Gay City News. Vol. 75, No. 29, July 21 – 27.
  • Reinhardt, Kirsten Besuch im Bunker. Berliner Zeitung. January 29.
  • Rutter. Ben It’s Pronounced Nu-cle-ar, Ny Arts. Vol. 10, No. 9, Sept – Oct.
  • Johnson, Ken Field: Science, Technology and Nature, The New York Times. July 23.
  • Johnson, Tom Field: Science, Technology and Nature, The Brooklyn Rail. September.

 

  • L. Raskin, “Thought Crimes ,”(June 2006) PS1 Newspaper
  • L. Raskin, Introducing Jessica Dickinson (2006) Current
  • L. Raskin, Flipside at Artists Space (Spring 2005) C Magazine
  • L. Raskin, _An Unknown Play – The Work of Ohad Meromi,” After School Drama
  • L. Raskin. Lee Bontecou at MOMA (November 2004) C Magazine
  • L. Raskin Jonah Freeman at Andrew Kreps (October 2004) Frieze Magazine
  • L. Raskin Rachel Harrison at Greene Naftali (September 2004) C Magazine
  • L. Raskin Odds and Probabilities (April 2004) HTV.
  • L. Raskin E.V. Day at Henry Urbach Architecture (April 2004) Frieze Magazine.
  • L. Raskin Bill Saylor at Leo Koenig (October 2003) Frieze Magazine.
  • L. Raskin. Transmogrification: Jocelyn Shipley and Michael Mahalchick, (Summer 2003) Frieze Magazine.
  • L. Raskin Noah Purifoy, (November 2002) High Desert Test Sites Catalogue.

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