Hope Gangloff

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Hope Gangloff
Born September 15, 1974
Amityville, New York, U.S.
Nationality American
Education The Cooper Union
Known for Painting
Spouse(s) Benjamin Degen

Hope Gangloff (born September 15, 1974 in Amityville, New York) is an American painter living and working in New York City.[1] She is known for her portraiture.

Early life and education[edit]

Hope Gangloff received her B.F.A. From The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art.[2]

Career and work[edit]

Hope Gangloff’s paintings and drawings are typically populated by friends, objects and settings from her daily life. Whatever the medium, she maintains her dedication to the classic portraiture and still life genres, while rooting them firmly in the contemporary. Her subjects are often depicted in the midst of intimate and emotional moments. Gangloff describes her fascination with painting portraits in an interview with Artspace in which she says, "I'm a big fan of portraiture—humans are endlessly entertaining and interesting. I like painting people I know because the familiarity helps relax both the subject and myself. Anyone who has sat for me knows that the first four hours painting will probably be erased completely. It's less stressful when my model already knows that".[3]

Hope Gangloff has exhibited internationally with solo museum exhibitions at the Broad Art Museum, MI; the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, CT and a three-person show at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, MO.[4] In 2017, Gangloff was the inaugural artist for the Cantor Art Center’s first Diekman Contemporary Commissions program artist. In 2017, Gangloff was selected as the Cover Artist for the 2017 Winter/Spring Program at the Brooklyn Academy of Music - part of BAM's tradition of visual art on the cover of BAMbill. Reviews of her work have appeared in Art in America, Last Magazine, Modern Painters, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Paris Review, Vice, and The Village Voice among others.

Hope Gangloff is represented by Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC.[5]

Solo exhibitions[edit]

  • 2018 Halsey McKay Gallery, East Hampton, NY
  • 2017 Cantor Arts Center, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA [6]
  • 2016 Richard Heller Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
  • 2015 Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC
  • 2013 "The Genres: Portraiture Featuring Hope Gangloff", Broad Art Museum, East Lansing, MI[7]
  • 2013 Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC
  • 2011 Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC
  • 2011 Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, CT
  • 2009 Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC
  • 2008 "Missus & Messes", Endemica, Rome
  • 2008 Richard Heller Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
  • 2008 Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC
  • 2006 Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC

Group exhibitions[edit]

  • 2017 “Unpacked: Contemporary Works from Private Collections of Northern California,” Museums of Sonoma County, Santa Rosa, CA
  • 2017 “American Genre: Contemporary Painting,” curated by Michelle Grabner, Institute of Contemporary Art at Maine College of Art, Portland, ME
  • 2017 Inman Gallery, Houston, TX
  • 2017 “Hope Gangloff Curates Portraiture,” Cantor Arts Center, Stanford University, Berkeley, CA
  • 2017 “Still(ed) Life,” Texas Gallery, Houston, TX
  • 2017 “Intimism,” curated by David Norr, James Cohan Gallery, NYC
  • 2015 "Drawings," Klaus Von Nichtssagend Gallery, NYC.
  • 2015 "Artists at Work: Learning from Diebenkorn”, Cantor Arts Center, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA
  • 2014 "The Last Brucennial", The Bruce High Quality Foundation, NYC
  • 2013 "Dressed Up: Hope Gangloff, Trenton Doyle Hancock, Marcia Kure and Neeta Madahar ", Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, MO
  • 2013 "BATHERS", Morgan Lehman Gallery, NYC
  • 2012 "Work from the Collection", Pennsylvania, Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA
  • 2012 "Schunk@PinkPop" curated by Stijn Huijts, Heerlen, The Netherlands.
  • 2011 "Thisorganized", curated by Hope Gangloff, Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC
  • 2010 "With Walls", Museum 52, NYC
  • 2009 "Kings County Biennial", Kidd Yellin, Brooklyn, NY
  • 2009 "On From Here", Guild and Greyshkul, NYC
  • 2008 "Art on Paper", Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC
  • 2008 "Where are we?", The Pearl Arts Gallery, Stone Ridge, NY
  • 2007 "Art Under Glass," Window Installation, Macy’s, NYC
  • 2007 "Positions: Kirsten Deirup, Hope Gangloff, Todd Knopke," Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA
  • 2007 "Pulp Fiction: R. Crumb, Marcel Dzama, Hope Gangloff, Kiki Smith, Renee Stout," Adamson Gallery, Washington, D.C.
  • 2007 "Subjective Reality: Edward del Rosario, Hope Gangloff, Naoe Suzuki", Judy Ann Goldman, Boston, MA
  • 2006 "Advent" curated by Lou Laurita, Art Center South Florida, Miami Beach, FL
  • 2006 "Coupling" curated by Ali Gass and Paulina Pobocha, Rosenberg Gallery, NYC
  • 2005 "Red, White, Blue" Spencer Brownstone Gallery, NYC
  • 2005 "Landings" curated by Ernesto Caivano
  • 2005 Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC
  • 2004 "ACHE", curated by Louis Laurita, La Mama Galleria, NYC
  • 2004 Guild and Greyshkul, NYC
  • 2003 "Collette", Paris, window installation
  • 2001 "Forever Tall", mural on 6th & Bowery, New York, temporary installation in collaboration with Jason Search and CITY ARTS, NYC

Bibliography[edit]

  • Gazin, Nick. “All the Beautiful, Expensive, and Corny Art I Saw at Art Basel This Year,” Vice, 11 December 2015.[8]
  • Gotthardt, Alexxa. “50 Must-See Artworks at NADA, PULSE, UNTITLED., and Art Miami,”[9]
  • Butler, Sharon. “Untitled – the best fair in Miami Beach,” Two Coats of Paint, 4 December 2015.
  • Meier, Allison. “Scale, Sculpture, and Specificity Prevail at Miami Beach’s Untitled Fair,” Hyperallergic, 1 December 2015.
  • Caro. “Hope Gangloff’s Expressive and Visually Striking Portraits,” Hi-Fructose Magazine, 15 October 2015.
  • Indrisek, Scott. “26 Amazing Animal Moments In Contemporary Art,” Blouin ArtInfo, 14 October 2015.
  • Staff. “Cantor Arts Center,” Stanford University, Fall 2015, p. 3, 8-9.
  • Rosenberg, Karen. “The Secession Strikes Back: 5 Rising Art Stars Inspired by the Vienna of Klimt and Schiele,” Artspace, 4 June 2015.
  • Hutson, Laura. “Just Announced: Summer Reading, a Nashville Pop-up Exhibition From Zieher Smith & Horton, Opens June 18,” Nashville Scene, 5 June 2015.
  • Greenberg, Kevin. “Hope Gangloff’s New Portraits,” The Last Magazine, 3 June 2015.
  • Ebony, David. “Top 10 New York Gallery Shows for May 2015,” Artnet News, 22 May 2015.
  • Schwendener, Martha. “Review: Hope Gangloff at Susan Inglett Gallery,” The New York Times, 22 May 2015, p. C22.
  • Martin, Alison. “Hope Gangloff Portrays Subjects in Natural Habitat at Chelsea Gallery Show,” The Examiner, 14 May 2015.
  • Pini, Gary. “The 14 New Art Shows To See This Week,” Paper Magazine, 6 May 2015.
  • Indrisek, Scott. “Hope Gangloff Colors the Everyday,” Artinfo, 4 May 2015.
  • Staff. “10 Artists to Watch This May,” Artspace Magazine, 4 May 2015.
  • Thorson, Alice, "’Dressed Up’ exhibit showcases the complexity of contemporary portraiture", THE KANSAS CITY STAR, 6 December 2013.
  • Greenberg, Kevin, THE LAST MAGAZINE, Issue #11, fall 2013.[10]
  • McGraw, Annie, MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY JOURNAL, 13 September 2013.[11]
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  • Schultz, Charles Marshall, ART IN AMERICA, 28 June 2013.[12]
  • Boucher, Brian, ART IN AMERICA, 22 March 2013.[13]
  • Gangloff, Hope, ARTSPACE MAGAZINE, 21 March 2013.[14]
  • Goldstein, Andrew,ARTSPACE MAGAZINE, 28 February 2013.[15]
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  • Strick, Charlotte, THE PARIS REVIEW, winter 2011.[17]
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  • Schwendener, Martha, THE NEW YORK TIMES, 30 April 2011.[18]
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  • Siegel, Miranda, ed., Art Listing, NEW YORK MAGAZINE, 21–28 February 2011, p. 162-163.
  • AJ, Frankie, "Hope Gangloff: Diary of a Generation", WANE MAGAZINE, 9 February 2011.
  • Stanley, Caroline, FLAVORWIRE, 3 February 2011.
  • Staff, "The Agenda: February 2–8", ARTINFO, 2 February 2011.[21]
  • Ashman, Angela, THE VILLAGE VOICE, 31 January 2011.[22]
  • Wolff, Rachel, "Critic’s Pick: Hope Gangloff", ARTnews, September 2010.
  • Young, Molly, More Intelligent Life, THE ECONOMIST, 11 February 2010.[23]
  • Murg, Stephanie and Perez-Fox, Prescott, MEDIABISTRO.COM, 11 November 2009.[24]
  • Stanley, Caroline, "New York Artist Hope Gangloff Hates Cell Phones", FLAVORWIRE, 22 October 2009.
  • Indrisek, Scott, "Hope Gangloff", WHITEWALL, October 2009, p. 50-51.
  • Grosz, David and Hendler, Sonia, "Editor’s Picks: Armory Show Preview", ARTINFO, 3 March 2009.
  • Riccio, Andrea, "Hope Gangloff: Endemica Arte Contemporanea", EDIZIONI ZERO, 24 January 2009.
  • Halperen, Max, "Art on Paper 2008", ART PAPERS, January/February 2009.
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  • McQuaid, Cate, "Surreal and flummoxing", BOSTON GLOBE, 22 February 2007.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "BOMB Magazine — Hope Gangloff by Yuri Masnyj". bombmagazine.org. Retrieved 18 March 2015. 
  2. ^ "Expressive Color-Filled Portraits of Friends and Family by Hope Gangloff". Colossal. Retrieved 2018-07-25. 
  3. ^ "Artist Hope Gangloff on Portraiture, Hoarding Typefaces, and Country Life". Artspace. Retrieved 2018-07-25. 
  4. ^ "Hope Gangloff". Richard Heller Gallery. Retrieved 2018-07-25. 
  5. ^ "Hope Gangloff". Susan Inglett Gallery. Retrieved 2018-07-11. 
  6. ^ Stanford University: Artist at Work 2017: Hope Gangloff
  7. ^ "Portraiture featuring Hope Gangloff - Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University". msu.edu. Retrieved 18 March 2015. 
  8. ^ "All the Beautiful, Expensive, and Corny Art I Saw at Art Basel This Year". Vice. Retrieved 2 April 2017. 
  9. ^ [1], Artsy, 5 December 2015.
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  11. ^ Michigan State University. "Kresge collection joins contemporary art showcase". MSUToday. Retrieved 18 March 2015. 
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  13. ^ "Hope Gangloff Crusades for Cooper Union - News - Art in America". artinamericamagazine.com. Retrieved 18 March 2015. 
  14. ^ Hope Gangloff. "Artist Hope Gangloff on Portraiture, Hoarding Typefaces, and Country Life". Artspace. Retrieved 18 March 2015. 
  15. ^ Andrew M. Goldstein. "7 to Watch This February". Artspace. Retrieved 18 March 2015. 
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  17. ^ "Paris Review - Curated by Charlotte Strick, Women by Women". theparisreview.org. Retrieved 18 March 2015. 
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  25. ^ "Il disordine creativo delle giovani doggi". ilgiornale.it. Retrieved 18 March 2015. 
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