Louis Belcourt CV

Louise Belcourt

 

Curriculum Vitae

Born: Montreal, Canada

Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

2012                “Mounds”, Jeff Bailey Gallery, New York, NY

2010                “Paintings”, Jeff Bailey Gallery, New York, NY

2009                “In The Land”, Les Jardins de Metis, Quebec, Canada

2007                Galerie Vidal-Saint Phalle, Paris, France

2006                “A Bigger World”, Jeff Bailey Gallery, New York, NY

2005                “Water, Land, Mammal”, Patricia Sweetow Gallery, San Francisco, CA

2004                “Wriggling Philosophical Life”, Jeff Bailey Gallery, New York, NY

2003                JG Contemporary / James Graham & Sons, New York, NY

2001                Galerie 5ème Étage, Paris, France

1997                Peter Blum, New York, NY

1996                Annika Sundvik Gallery, New York, NY

  

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS: 

2015                “Full Tilt”, curated by John Yau, Novella Gallery, NY, NY

 “The Thing Itself”, curated by John Yau, The Center for Contemporary Art, Bedminster, NJ

 2014                “Conversations”, curated by Sharon Louden, Morgan Lehman Gallery, NY, NY

                        “Pierogi 20th Anniversary Show”, The Boiler, Brooklyn, NY

2013                “Hard Lines, Soft Vibes”, Jeff Bailey Gallery, NY, NY

                        “Unhinged”, Pierogi 2000, Brooklyn, NY

                        “Some Curves”, Louis Stern Fine Arts, Los Angeles, CA

“Come Together. Surviving Sandy”, curated by Phong Bui, Industry City, Brooklyn, NY

2011                “Art in Embassies Exhibition Program”, The Hague, Netherlands  

                        “Not Quite”, Stewart Hall Art Gallery, Quebec, Canada 

2010                “Cattywampus”, Aurobora Press, San Francisco, CA

2009                “Give Them What They Never Knew They Wanted”, Jeff Bailey Gallery, NY, NY

                       “Truly, Madly, Deeply”, The Spencertown Academy, Spencertown NY

2008                “Art on Paper”, Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Greensboro,NC

                        “This is not about Landscape”, Jeff Bailey Gallery, NY, NY

“It’s Gouache and Only Gouache”, curated by Geoffrey Young, Jeff Bailey Gallery NY, NY

2007                “The Horizon Show”, curated by David Humphrey, EFA Gallery, NY, NY

“New York, New Work Selected Works on Paper”, Aurobora Press, San Francisco, CA

                        “Scorcher”, Joyce Goldstein Gallery, Chatham NY

2006                “Block Party / An Exhibition of Drawings”, Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

                        “Twist it Twice”, Moti Hasson Gallery, New York, NY

2005                “Tête à Tête”, Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, NY

                        “Blue”, Jeff Bailey Gallery, New York, NY

“New Turf”, Robert Fleming Museum, University of Vermont, Burlington VT

“Images of Time and Place: Contemporary Views of Landscape”, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI

2004                “Articles and Waves”, Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA

“Open House, Working in Brooklyn”, The Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY

                        “Exquisite Corpse”, Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick, Maine

                        “Images of Time and Place: Contemporary Views of Landscape”. Lehman College Art Gallery, Bronx, NY

                        “Next Next Art”, Curated by Dan Cameron, The Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn, NY

2003                “Anywhere But Here”, Jeff Baily Gallery, NY, NY

                        “Plastic Gardens”, Cristinerose / Josee Bienvenu Gallery, NY, NY

                        “Uptown/Downtown”, JG Contemporary/James Graham and Sons, NY,NY

                        “Some Favorite Things”, Glen Horowitz, East Hampton, NY

2002                “25th Anniversary Benefit Selections Exhibition”, The Drawing Center, NY, NY

                        “Loss and Ardor”, Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA

                        “Nature Revealed”, Glenn Horowitz Bookseller, East Hampton, NY

2001                “Three Painters: Louise Belcourt, Eva Lunsager, Cameron Martin, Artemis Greenberg”, Van Doren Fine Art, New York, NY

                        “Summer Show”, Artemis Greenberg Van Doren Fine Art, New York, NY

2000                “Opening”, Galerie 5ème Étage, Paris France

                        “Inscape”, The State of Art Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

1999               “Abstraction”, Robert Kidd Gallery, Birmingham, MI

                       “Art For Park”, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY

1998               “Art On Paper”, Weatherspoon Art Gallery, Greensboro, NC

                        “Pierogi 2000, The Flatfiles”, Kunstlerhaus, Vienna, Austria

                        “The Basel Art Fair”, Peter Blum, Basel, Switzerland

1997               “Current Underground: Working in Brooklyn”; The Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY

“NewYork Drawers”, Gasworks Gallery, London, England and The Cornerhouse, Manchester, England

                        “New York Abstraction”, Margulies Taplin Gallery, Coral Gables, FL

1996               “Summer Selections”, The Drawing Center, New York

1995                Mostra Contemporary Art Exhibition, Oporto, Portugal

                        “Other Rooms”, Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York

                        “Desire and Pursuit”, Sundvik Villano, New York

                        “Presence/Absence”, Trans Hudson Gallery, Jersey City, NJ

1994               “Cooper-Seeman’s Summer Show”, Russet/Liederman Gallery, New York

                        “Jobs Overseas”, Munchen Kunstverein, Munich, Germany

                        “The Garden Show”, Four Walls, Brooklyn, NY

                        “The Pleasure Principle”, Kohn, Pederson and Fox, New York

1993               “Four Walls Benefit”, David Zwirner Gallery, New York

                        “Small Talk I” (collaborative piece), P.S.1 Museum, L.I.C., NY

                        “Small Talk II” (collaborative piece), Postmasters Gallery, NY

 

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY:

2015                Yau, John. "Weekend Studio Visit with Louise Belcourt," Hyperallergic.com. January 25, 2015. 

2014                Corin, William. “Come Together: Surviving Sandy, Year One,” Frieze Magazine, March 3:   p. 162.

                        Come Together: Surviving Sandy Year 1, exhibition catalogue, Skira Press, October.

                        "The Wellington Management Collection, Book Two", Boston, MA.

2012                Church, Amanda. “Louise Belcourt,” Art News. June: p. 97.

Greenbaum, Joanne. “An Interview with Louise Belcourt,” Bomb, February 2012.           

Lowry, Vicky. “Art Show: Louise Belcourt,” Elle Decor, Vol. 23, No. 2, March, 2012: p. 20, 78-79 (reproductions).

                        Mikutta, Petra. Architektur & Wohnen, August: pg.112 (reproduction). 

                        Moran, Ali. “Louise Belcourt: ‘Mounds’”, Surface Magazine, March 5.

Siegel, Miranda. “Reasons to Love About NY,” New York Magazine, December 17-24: p. 68.

Yau, John. “Why There Are Great Artists,” Hyperallergic.com, March 31, 2012.

2011                “Not Quite”, exhibition catalogue, Essay by Lon Dubinsky, Stewart Hall, Quebec, Canada: January. 

2010                Brody, David. “Louise Belcourt at Jeff Bailey Gallery,” Artcritical.com, March 22.

                        Butler, Sharon. “Louise Belcourt”, The Brooklyn Rail, March 5, p.25

                        Clarke, Bill. “Louise Belcourt: New Paintings,” Magenta Magazine Online, Vol.1, No.3: Spring 2010.

                        “Paintings”, Exhibition Catalogue, Jeff Bailey Gallery, NY, NY  

“Short List:  Louise Belcourt,” The New Yorker: March 1, p. 13; March 22, p. 12; March 29, p. 27.

2009                “Truly, Madly, Deeply,” Chatham Courier, Spencertown Academy Arts Center, Vol. 184, No. 28: July 9.

 2008                “CarteBlanche Volume 2: Painting,” Magenta Foundation, Toronto, Ontario, 2008: p. 117 (reproduction).

                         “Art on Paper”, exhibition catalogue, Weatherspoon Art Museum, NC.

                        “Going’s on About Town”, The New Yorker, Aug.11 and 18, p.14

2007                “ArtWorks,” The Progressive Collection, D.A.P. Books, New York, 2007: p. 19, 208 (illustration). Essay by Dan Cameron,                               curated by Toby Devan Lewis.

                        Boudier, Laurent and Benedicte Phillippe. “Louise Belcourt,” Telerama Paris, no. 2980, p. 26 (reproduction).

Harambourg, Lydia. "Louise Belcourt,” La Gazette De L'Hotel Drouot, no. 8, p.147-148 (reproduction).

                        Maine, Stephen. “Wild Horizon,” The New York Sun, New York, NY

                        McAdams Shane, “Manufacturing Dissent: The London Art Fairs,” The Brooklyn Rail, Brooklyn, NY: p. 35. 

2006                Grey, Emma. “L.A. Confidential,” ArtNet.com, August 21st, 2006.

                        Baker, Kenneth. The Datebook Section, The San Francisco Chronicle, September 17.

2005                Baird, Daniel. “Karin Davie and Louise Belcourt,” Border Crossings, Vol. 24, No. 3, Issue 95: p.38-49. 

                        Baume, Nicholas. “Louise Belcourt,” New American Paintings, no. 56, Open Studios Press: p. 22-25.

                        “Louise Belcourt Creates an Aesthetic Hedge Fund,” New York Home, Vol.1, No.2: p.44-46.

                        “New Turf,” Robert Fleming Museum, University of Vermont, Burlington, Vt. Exhibition catalogue.                                

Twomley, Chris. The New York Art World.com, Review 06, June.

2004                Baird, Daniel. “The Brooklyn Rail,” May issue, Brooklyn, NY: p.12-13, (reproduction).

                        Cohen, David. The New York Sun, Vol. 120, No. 5, p.18, New York, New York.

Henry, Max. Time Out New York, Issue 450, May 13-20, p. 66 (reproduction).

                        Johnson, Ken. The New York Times, Vol. CLIII, No. 52, 842 p. E38, May 7.

                        Kotik, Charlotta. Open House, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY. Exhibition Catalogue.

                        Maine, Stephen. ArtNet.com Magazine, Reviews, May 25 (reproduction).

Volk, Gregory. “Big Brash Brooklyn,” Art in America, Vol. 92, No. 8.

                        Yablonsky, Linda, Time Out New York, Issue 448, April 29-May 6.

2003                DeFeo, Ron. “A Conversation with Louise Belcourt”, Review: Latin

American Literature and Arts, The Americas Society, N.Y, No. 66: p. 25-36.

                        Long, Robert. “Opinion,” The East Hampton Star, May 30.

2001                Finkel, Jori. “Critic’s Picks,” Time Out New York No. 281, Feb. 8-15.

                        “Goings on About Town”, The New Yorker, January 29

                        Hippeau, Matthieu. IT Magazine, No. 3, June, Paris.

                        Martinières, Cécile, “Les Toiles Érogènes,” Teknikart.com, June, Paris.

                        “Snake, World Drawings. A Project for Open City,” Open City Magazine,No. 14, p. 59-67.

                        “Quoi de Neuf à Paris?” Paris Capitale, p. 14, June – July, Paris. 

1997               Goodman, Jonathan. Art in America, No. 11, Nov. (reproduction) 

                        Volk, Gregory. Art News, Vol. 96 / No. 8, Sept. (reproduction)

                        Bell, J. Bowyer. Review, 15 April.

                        Nahas, Dominique. Review, 15 April.

“Art On View,” New York Magazine, Vol. 30, No. 13, p.80, April (reproduction).

1996               Servetar, Stuart. New York Press, Vol. 9, No. 28, 10-16 July.

                        Smith, Roberta. “A Physical Abstractionist,” The New York Times, 15 March, C27.

                        Servetar, Stuart. New York Press, Vol. 9, No. 10, 5-21 March. 

                        Walker, Joy, Next No. 37, Autonno, Itay  (reproduction)

                        Hirsch, Faye. Glue, Sundvik, New York. Exhibition catalogue.

1995               Servetar, Stuart. New York Press, Vol. 8, No. 11, 15-21 March.

Edenbaum, Seth. “Desire & Pursuit: Paintings by Chris Walsh and Louise Belcourt,” Sundvik Villano, New York. Exhibition catalogue.

                        Mostra Contemporary Art Exhibition, Oporto, Portugal. Exhibition catalogue.

1994               Avillez, Martin, ed. Vulva Morphia, Lusitania Press, Vol. 6, New York.

 

VISITING ARTIST LECTURES:

2012               Brigham Young University, Provo, UT  

2009               New York Studio Program, Brooklyn, NY

2006               SUNY Purchase, Purchase, NY

2004               Concordia University, Montreal, Canada  

 

AWARDS AND GRANTS:

2015                New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship

2012                John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship

2000                The Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant

1992                Residency: Yaddo Foundation, Saratoga Springs, New York (Summer)

1990                Residency: The Millay Colony, Austerlitz, New York

1985                The Elizabeth Greeshields Foundation Grant

1984               The Elizabeth Greeshields Foundation Grant

 

COLLECTIONS:

Deutsche Bank

Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

Fleming Museum, University of Vermont

Council for the Estate of Francis Picabia, Paris

Progressive Art Collection

Nokia Corporation

Aspen Contemporary Art Collection

Le Ministre des Communautés Culturelles et de L’Immigration, Government of Quebec

Wellington  Management, Boston

Private Collections in Europe, the United States and Canada