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Jonathan Allmaier



Born 1979
Lives and works in New York, NY


CV



Installation view, The Howling Wind, James Fuentes Essex, New York, 2021

Installation view, The Howling Wind, James Fuentes Essex, New York, 2021

Installation view, The Howling Wind, James Fuentes Essex, New York, 2021

Installation view, The Howling Wind, James Fuentes Essex, New York, 2021

Installation view, Bump Paintings and Key Key Paintings, James Fuentes, New York, 2014

Installation view, Bump Paintings and Key Key Paintings, James Fuentes, New York, 2014

Installation view, Bump Paintings and Key Key Paintings, James Fuentes, New York, 2014

Installation view, Bump Paintings and Key Key Paintings, James Fuentes, New York, 2014

Installation view, Bump Paintings and Key Key Paintings, James Fuentes, New York, 2014

Installation view, Bump Paintings and Key Key Paintings, James Fuentes, New York, 2014

Installation view, Pointing Paintings, Bump Paintings, and Key Paintings, James Fuentes, New York, 2012

Installation view, Pointing Paintings, Bump Paintings, and Key Paintings, James Fuentes, New York, 2012

Untitled (Green and Blue Bumps), 2014. Oil on canvas. 79.5 x 75 inches

Untitled (Green and Blue Bumps), 2014. Oil on canvas. 79.5 x 75 inches

Untitled (Five Points), 2014. Oil on canvas. 99 x 67 inches

Untitled (Five Points), 2014. Oil on canvas. 99 x 67 inches

Untitled (Many Points), 2014. Oil on canvas. 71 x 97 inches

Untitled (Many Points), 2014. Oil on canvas. 71 x 97 inches

Untitled (Pink and Orange Bumps), 2014. Oil on canvas. 103 x 69 inches

Untitled (Pink and Orange Bumps), 2014. Oil on canvas. 103 x 69 inches

Untitled, 2013. Oil on canvas. 87.75 x 67 inches

Untitled, 2013. Oil on canvas. 87.75 x 67 inches

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CV (SELECTION)

Born 1979
Lives and works in New York, NY

EDUCATION

2007

MFA Painting, Tyler School of Art, Elkins Park, PA

2003

BA Visual Art with Honors, Brown University, Providence, RI
BA Philosophy, Brown University, Providence, RI

2006

Rome Art Theory Program, Tyler School of Art, Rome, Italy

2002

Painting and Etching, Lorenzo deʼMedici Art Institute, Florence, Italy

2001

Painting and Drawing, Burren College of Art, Ballyvaughan, Ireland

2000

Drawing, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2021

The Howling Wind, James Fuentes Annex, New York, NY

2014

Bump Paintings and Key Key Paintings, James Fuentes, New York, NY

2012

Pointing Paintings, Bump Paintings, and Key Paintings, James Fuentes, New York, NY

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2018

Buddy System, Deanna Evans Projects, Brooklyn, NY

2017

New New York, curated by Liam Davis and Debra Drexler, Curator Gallery, New York, NY

2015

Feed the Meter, curated by Wallace Whitney, Galerie Bernard Ceysson, Luxembourg

New New York, curated by Debra Drexler, University of Hawai’i at Mānoa, Honolulu

Love Child, curated by Eleanna Anagnos, Ortega y Gasset, Brooklyn, NY

2013

Let’s Get Physical, curated by Rick Briggs, Ventana 244, Brooklyn, NY

A Pinch of Saffron, A Dash of Vermouth, Curated by Ted Gahl, Dodge Gallery, New York

DNA: Strands of Abstraction, Curated by Paul Sinclaire, Loretta Howard, New York

A country road. A tree. Evening., Curated by Sean Robert FitzGerald, FJORD,
Philadelphia, PA

Victory for All, Curated by Paulina Pobocha, The Ice Box, Philadelphia, PA

LOVE, The Willows, Brooklyn, NY

Sideshow Nation, Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2012

The escape from the banal everyday life to the world of the ideal, NURTUREart, Brooklyn,
NY

TEMPERATURE, Projekt 722, Brooklyn, NY

MIC : CHECK, Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2011

Magic Hand!, Curated by Joshua Abelow, Art Blog Art Blog, New York, NY

Purple Nurple, Pioneers of Inspiration, Brooklyn, NY

Lifelong Painting: Allmaier, McCaddon, Friedman, Mt. San Antonio College, Los Angeles

Itʼs All Good!!, Apocalypse Now, Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Visual Phrasing, Therese Maloney Gallery, College of St. Elizabeth, Morristown, NJ

FAWC Visual Fellows Invitational, Hudson D. Walker Gallery, Fine Arts Work Center,
Provincetown, MA

The Urban Situation, Curated by John Baber, Ernest Rubenstein Gallery, New York

2010

Small Works Show, Curated by Russell Calabrese and Julie Bills, 440 Gallery, Brooklyn,
NY

Half Invisible, Pioneers of Inspiration, Brooklyn, NY

Cocktails & Dreams, Laundromat Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Portable Caves, HKJB, Long Island City, NY

Happy Hour, Expand The Room, New York

thanks.frank., Elkins Estate, Elkins Park, PA

Itʼs a Wonderful 10th, Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

BIBLIOGRAPHY

2015

“Jonk Kënschtler mat engem immense Culot.” Radio 100,7 Aktuell, Sept 29

Vaks, Zahar, “Love Child,” Staring At The Wall, July 10

2014

“Colors Rule,” Brown Alumni Magazine, March/April

“SFAQ Pick: Bump Paintings and Key Key Paintings,” San Francisco Arts Quarterly Online, March

2013

Cornish, Sam, “DNA: Strands of Abstraction”, Abstract Critical, July 17

Halasz, Piri, “Summer Sizzler”, From the Mayor’s Doorstep, July 19

Benjamin Lind Krarup, “Jonathan Allmaier”, Five Questions, May 21

Michael Rutherford, “Jonathan Allmaier and Painting-Culture”, Painter’s Bread, Feb 7

2012

“Exhibition Reviews: Jonathan Allmaier,” The New Yorker, September 17

Halle, Howard, “Top Five Shows,” Time Out New York, August 8

Kimball, Whitney, “Four Shows: NYC,” New American Paintings, September 21

Rooney, Kara, “The escape from the banal everyday life to the world of the ideal,” The
Brooklyn Rail, December 12

Siegel, Miranda, “Editor’s Pick,” New York Magazine, September 17

“Top Five,” The Two Percent, September 17

2011

Bromirski, Martin, “Magic Hand!” Anaba, September 14

Petras, Meghan, “Magic Hand!” MEP, September 13

Butler, Sharon, “Fall Preview for Painters,” Two Coats of Paint, September 7

“Jonathan Allmaier,” interview, Standard Interview, April 13

Horner, James, “ʻNow You See Itʼ Review of Magic Hand!,” New York Examiner,
September 11

Kimball, Whitney, “September Preview,” Art Fag City, September 6

Horner, James, “A Diverse Look at Urban Life,” Review of Urban Situation, New York
Examiner, February 21

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

Brown University, Providence, RI
Rubell Family Collection, Miami, FL

Exhibitions

Now

2021

2020

2019

2018

2017

2016

2015

2014

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