Emily Newman

The New Chelyuskinites Jubilee Performance, 2014 documentation of performance in St. Petersburgh, Russia for Manifesta 10, The European Contemporary Art Biennial
The New Chelyuskinites Jubilee Performance, 2014 documentation of performance in St. Petersburg, Russia for Manifesta 10, The European Contemporary Art Biennial
The New Chelyskinites, 2013 video 30 min 38 sec. inches
The New Chelyuskinites, 2014 video 30 min. 38 sec. inches
The New Chelyuskinites, 2013 documentation of Pittsburgh New Chelyuskinites Club
Emily Newman, Polyteknicheskaya (Don't Love Here), 2012 still from single channel video
Emily Newman, Polyteknicheskaya (Don't Love Here), 2012 still from single channel video, 15 min. 50 sec.
Polyteknicheskaya (Don't Love Here), 2012 still from single channel video, 15 min. 50 sec.
Polyteknicheskaya (Don't Love Here), 2012 still from single channel video, 15 min. 50 sec.
Polyteknicheskaya (Don't Love Here), 2012 still from single channel video, 15 min. 50 sec.
Mama Wolf, 2012 still from triple-channel video installation 9 min. 27 sec. inches
Mama Wolf, 2012 still from triple-channel video installation 9 min. 27 sec. inches
Mama Wolf, 2012 still from triple-channel video installation 9 min. 27 sec. inches
Emily Newman, Slidepool, 2006 still from a looped video, 3 min. 40 sec.

Biography

Born in Singapore, 1977
Lives and works in St Petersburg, Russia and Pittsburgh, PA

Solo Exhibitions
2014 The New Chelyuskinites, The American Jewish Museum of Greater Pittsburgh
2014 The New Chelyuskinites, Notes From the Ice, Loft Project Etagi, St Petersburg
2012 “How to Speak to Child about the Communism?” with Natalia “Gluklya” Pershina, (Performance) Mattress Factory Museum, Pittsburgh
2012 Polytechnical Fairytales, Anna Akhmatova Museum and Leningradskaya Public Library #1, St Petersburg, Russia
2012 Strange Radiance, with John Pearson, 943 Liberty Ave, A Gallery of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust
2010 Mama/Rock N’ Roll Wolf, Rus-Komplekt, St Petersburg, 2010.2010 The Nanny, the Goat, the Kid and the Kitten, HIAP Project Room, Cable Factory, Helsinki
2009 4,000 km from the Mouth, Klaus von Nichssagend Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2006 Slidepool, Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
1998 Emily Newman, James Fuentes Gallery, New York City

Group Exhibitions
2014 In Translation, Mayakovsky Library, St Petersburg
2014 Manifesta 10, The European Contemporary Art Biennial, State Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg (Public Program)
2012 The World Moves; Migration as Cultural Evolution, National Center for Contemporary Art, Nizhny Novgorod
2012 Summer Sun, curated by Hadley Holliday, Taylor de Cordoba, Los Angeles, CA
2012 Polytechnical Fairytales, Anna Akhmatova Museum, St Petersburg
2012 Strange Radiance, Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, Pittsburgh, PA
2012 The Bristol Biennial, Bristol, UK
2012 Hairy Blob, Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago IL
2011 2011 Pittsburgh Biennial, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA
2008 Freeze Frame, Art Basel Miami Beach
2008 Akklimitizatsia, CAG Gallery, St Petersburg
2008 Moscow Biennial of Young Artists, Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow
2007 Public Park, Scoop, Los Angeles
2007 Notes from the Overpass; Art from St Petersburg and Los Angles, Gallery G18, Helsinki, Finland
2007 Force of Nature, Pacific Northwest College of Art, Portland
2006 Hot and Cold Rooms, Los Angeles
2006 Summer Suite, Glendale College of Art, Los Angeles
2005 The Picture is the Problem, Pelham Arts Center, NY, curated by Walead Beshty
2004 Multiples, Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2004 Incognito, Santa Monica Museum of Art, Bergamot Station, Los Angeles, CA
2004 Supersonic, Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, CA
2004 Experimental Video and Performance Evening, Dangerous Curve Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2003 Material: Process, Claremont College, Pomona, California

Press
Kim Beck, ‘Voyage of the Chelyuskin Club: A Conversation with Emily Newman,’ Temporary Art Review, June, 2013
Kurt Shaw, ‘Bienial showcases work in film, video, photography”, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, July, 2011.
Olga Jitlina, “Emily Newman,” Sobaka.Ru Magazine, October, 2009.
David Everitt Howe, “4,000 Km from the Mouth”, Art Review, April, 2009
Brian Scholis, “4,000 Km from the Mouth,” Artforum, March, 2009
Trent Morse, “Trents Top Gallery Picks,” Williamsburg Greenpoint News + Arts, February, 2008.
Christopher Knight, “Artworks with wattage,” Los Angeles Times, June 21, 2004.

Education
2004 MFA, California Institute of the Arts, Los Angeles, CA
2000 BA, Bard College, Annadale on the Hudson, NY

more detailed information on Emily Newman’s projects can be found at emilynewmanartist.com

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