Mark Sheinkman

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Mark Sheinkman
Born 1963
New York City, United States
Nationality American
Education Princeton University (BA 1985)
Known for Painting, Printmaking
Website www.marksheinkman.com

Mark Sheinkman (born 1963) is an American contemporary artist. His primary media are oil painting, drawing, video and printmaking.

Sheinkman was born in New York City, where he currently lives and works. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Princeton University summa cum laude in art history and studio art in 1985.[1] His works are handled by Von Lintel Gallery in Los Angeles, Steven Zevitas Gallery in Boston and Pace Prints in New York.

Solo exhibitions[edit]

  • 2015: Steven Zevitas Gallery, Boston
  • 2014: Von Lintel Gallery, Los Angeles
  • 2011: Von Lintel Gallery, New York
  • 2010: Steven Zevitas Gallery, Boston
  • 2010: Holly Johnson Gallery, Dallas
  • 2009: Museum Gegendstandsfreier Kunst, Otterndorf, Germany (catalog)
  • 2009: Von Lintel Gallery, New York
  • 2008: Grand Rapids Art Museum, Grand Rapids, Michigan
  • 2008: Fruehsorge Contemporary Drawings, Berlin
  • 2007: Von Lintel Gallery, New York (catalog)
  • 2007: Gallery Joe, Philadelphia
  • 2007: Von Lintel Gallery, New York
  • 2006: Von Lintel Gallery, New York
  • 2005: Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 2005: Fruehsorge Galerie, Berlin
  • 2005: Gallery Sora, Naha, Japan
  • 2005: osp Gallery, Boston
  • 2004: Von Lintel Gallery, New York
  • 2003: Gallery Sora, Naha, Japan
  • 2002: Von Lintel Gallery, New York
  • 2001: Von Lintel & Nusser, New York
  • 2000: Lannan Foundation, Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • 1999: Galerie von Lintel & Nusser, Munich, Germany
  • 1998: Thomas Healy Gallery, New York
  • 1998: S65 Gallery, Aalst, Belgium
  • 1997: Galerie Thomas von Lintel Munich, Germany
  • 1997: Berggruen and Zevi, London
  • 1997: Studio Trisorio, Naples
  • 1997: Lawing Gallery, Houston
  • 1996: Morris-Healy Gallery, New York
  • 1995: Gina Fiore Salon, New York
  • 1993: Information Gallery, New York
  • 1989: Paula Allen Gallery, New York

Art in Public Collections[edit]

Selected Group Museum Exhibitions[edit]

  • 2015: Line: Making the Mark, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
  • 2013: Approaching Infinity: The Richard N. Green Collection of Contemporary Abstraction. Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, California
  • 2011: 100 Years/100 Works of Art, Grand Rapids Art Museum, Grand Rapids, Michigan (catalogue)
  • 2011: Drawn/Taped/Burned: Abstraction on Paper, Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah, New York
  • 2010: The Esprit of Gestures: Hans Hartung, Informel and Its Impact, Kupferstichkabinett Berlin (National Collection of Drawings and Prints), Berlin
  • 2009: New York/New Drawings, 1946–2007, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo Esteban Vicente, Segovia, Spain (catalogue)
  • 2008: Modern and Contemporary Art from the AMAM Collection, Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio
  • 2008: Drawings from the Permanent Collection, Figge Art Museum, Davenport, Iowa
  • 2007: Leaded: The Materiality and Metamorphosis of Graphite, University of Richmond Museum, Richmond, Virginia; Traveled to other museums including Palmer Museum of Art, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania (catalogue)
  • 2006: "On Line", University Art Gallery, Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, Californiak
  • 2004: "Moving Outlines", Contemporary Museum Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland
  • 2003: "Recent Acquisitions: Works on Paper", Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
  • 2002:"Eye in the Sky: Visions of Contemporary Art from the Ackland Collection", Ackland Art Museum, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
  • 2000: "A Decade of Collecting: Recent Acquisitions of Prints and Drawings 1990-2000." Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts
  • 2000: "Drawing is Another Kind of Language: Recent American Drawings from a New York Private Collection, Lyman Allyn Art Museum, New London, Connecticut, Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art, Northwestern University, Evanston,Illinois, Honolulu Museum of Art Spalding House (formerly known as The Contemporary Art Museum, Honolulu), Hawaii
  • 1998: "Large-scale Drawings from the Collection of Wynn Kramarsky", Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, Connecticut
  • 1998: "Art on Paper", Weatherspoon Art Gallery, Greensboro, North Carolina
  • 1997: A Decade of Collecting: Recent Acquisitions of Prints and Drawings 1990-2000, Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts
  • 1997:Drawing is Another Kind of Language: Recent American Drawings from a New York Private Collection, Arthur M. Sackler Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts; Traveled to other museums (catalogue)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Alice Thorson (13 February 2005). "Sheinkman's abstracts embrace both logic and enigma" (PDF). The Kansas City Star. 

Further reading[edit]

  • McQuaid, Cate. “Delicate Balance.” The Boston Globe, April 29, 2015 [1]
  • 100 Years/100 Works of Art : Introduction to the Collection of the Grand Rapids Art Museum.[2]
  • Schick, Dr. Ulrike, "When Drawing Becomes Painting While Representing the Ephemeral", Museum Gegendstandfreier Kunst catalog, 2009 [3]
  • Cash, Stephanie, "Mark Sheinkman at Von Lintel", Art in America, March 2008 [4]
  • Amy, Michael, "Mark Sheinkman: Drawing with Light", Exhibition catalog, 2007 [5]
  • Edelman, Robert, "Mark Sheinkman: Between Gesture and Void", Kemper Museum Catalog, January, 2005 [6]
  • Amy, Michael, "Mark Sheinkman at Thomas Healy", Art in America, December 1998 [7]
  • Turner, Grady T., "Up Now, Mark Sheinkman", ARTnews, April, 1998 [8]
  • "Goings On About Town", The New Yorker, April 20, 1998 [9]
  • Landi, Ann, "On the Edge, Mark Sheinkman, The Eraser", ARTnews, September 1997 [10]
  • Brennan, Michael, [11] Artnet, Autumn 1996

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