Keith Mayerson: Art, Life & Fashion
June 18, 2011 - August 18, 2011

Artist Biography
Keith Mayerson

KEITH MAYERSON

 

EDUCATION

1984-88.5     Brown University (Semiotics and Studio Art), BFA

1991-93        University of California, Irvine, MFA

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2011   Art, Life and Fashion, SHAHEEN modern and contemporary art, Cleveland, OH

           Keith Mayerson: Iconscapes, 1995-1999, Knoedler & Company (Project Room), New York, NY

2010   My Modern Life, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY

           Broadway Windows, New York University, New York, NY

2009   Souvenirs, The Bakery - Annet Gelink Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

           Both Sides Now: A Selection of Drawings 1992-2009, Paul Kasmin Gallery (Project Room), New York, NY

2008   Good Leaders, Endangered Species, Ships At Sea, Part II, Derek Eller Gallery, NY

           Good Leaders, Endangered Species, Ships At Sea, Kim Light / Lightbox, Los Angeles, CA

2007   Friends & Family, SHAHEEN modern and contemporary art, Cleveland, OH

2006   Kings & Queens, Derek Eller Gallery, New York

           Heroes, Gallery Alain Noirhomme, Brussels, Belgium

2005   Rebel Angels at the End of the World, QED Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2004   Hamlet 1999, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY

2003   Hamlet 1999, Pt. 3, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY

2000   Illuminations, The Fifth International, New York, NY

1997   Paintings and Drawings, Jay Gorney Modern Art, New York, NY

1995   Monty's Dream: The Sleeper in the Valley, Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles, CA

1994   The Marriage of Heaven and Hell!, Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles, CA

1993   Pinocchio the Big Fag, Kiki Gallery, San Francisco, CA

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2011   Joni, Kathleen Cullen Fine Arts, New York, NY

           Put Up or Shut Up, New York Academy of Art, New York, NY

2010   Ink Plots: The Tradition of the Graphic Novel at SVA, Visual Arts Gallery, New York, NY

           The Pencil Show, Foxy Production, New York, NY

           Keith Mayerson, Kent Henricksen, Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn, NY

           Wall to Wall, Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

           The Boneyard, Kim Light/Lightbox, Los Angeles, CA

2009   The Never-Ending Story: Fairy Tales, Fantasy, Obsession, Royal/T, Culver City, CA

           Out of Order, Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York, nY

           Naked, Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York, NY

           The Tree, James Cohan Gallery, Shanghai, China

           New Acquisitions, Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH

           Figuratively Seeing, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston, MA

2008   Peanut Gallery, The Journal Gallery, Brooklyn, NY "THINGS BEHIND THE SUN," PHIL, Los Angeles, CA

           Summer Group Exhibition, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY

           Friends and Family, Anton Kern Gallery, New York, NY

           Kiki: The Proof Is In the Pudding, Ratio 3, San Francisco, CA

           The Guys We Would Fuck, curated by Nayland Blake, Monya Rowe Gallery, New York, NY

           History Keeps Me Awake at Night: A Geneaology of Wojnarowicz, PPOW Gallery, New York, NY

           Artist as Publisher, The Center For Book Arts, New York

           ambivalent figuration; people, Samson Projects, Boston, MA

           a new high in getting low II, John Connelly Presents, New York, NY

2007   Genesis I'm Sorry, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York, NY

           Joe Bradley, Ann Craven, Dana Frankfort, Keith Mayerson, Zach Feuer Gallery, New York, NY

2006   Likeness (Portraits from All Angles), Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA

           Summer Group Exhibition, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY

           How I Finally Accepted Fate, curated by Jason Murison, EFA Gallery, New York, NY

           This Name of This Show is Not GAY ART NOW, curated by Jack Pierson, Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York, NY

           Salon, Greene Naftali, New York, NY

           Inaugural Group Exhibition, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY

2005   The Most Splendid Apocalypse, curated by Jason Murison, PPOW Gallery, NY

           This Hard, Gem-Like Flame, curated by Joseph R. Wolin, Angstrom Gallery, Dallas, TX

           On Paper: Drawings from the 1960's to the Present, Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2004   Under the Sun, Greener Pastures Contemporary Art, Toronto, Ontario

           Rimbaud, curated by Max Henry, I-20, New York, NY

           The Sublime is (Still) Now, curated by Joseph R. Wolin, Elizabeth Dee Gallery, New York, NY

           Let the Bullshit Run a Marathon, curated by, Nate Lowman, Nicole Klagsbrun, New York, NY

2003   K48, Dietch Projects, Williamsburg Brooklyn

           Hothouse; Contemporary Floras, Gallery of Art & Science, New York, curated by Mary Jo Vath

           You, Royal Modern, New York, curated by Lisa Kirk

           A New New York Scene--K48 Teenage Rebel: The Bedroom Show, Gallerie du Jour at Agnes B., Paris

           Magazin (K48: Do Not Provoke Us), Marres, Maastricht, Holland

           Now Playing, D'Amelio Terras Gallery, New York

           Drawings, Derek Eller Gallery, New York

2002   25th Anniversary Selections Exhibition, The Drawing Center, New York

           Landscape, Derek Eller Gallery, New York

2001   Refiguring Painting, Los Angeles County Musueum

           Group Exhibition, American Fine Art at P.H.A.G., New York

2000   Recent Acquisitions, Los Angeles County Museum

           Fore and Aft, Acme, Los Angeles

1999   The Stroke, Exit Art, New York, curated by Ross Bleckner

           Young New York Painters, Baldwin Gallery, Aspen, curated by Ross Bleckner

1998   Inaugral Show, The Fifth International, New York, curated by Jennifer Bornstein and Chevis Clem

           he swam down, away, Audiello Fine Art, Inc., New York, curated by Tony Payne

           Painting: Now and Forever, Pat Hearn and Matthew Marks Gallery, New York

           Codex USA: Works on Paper by American Artists, Entwistle Gallery, London

           I Love New York, Edinburgh International Art Festival, Edinburgh College, Scotland

           Bathroom, Thomas Healy Gallery, New York, curated by Wayne Koestenbaum

           View 3, Mary Boone Gallery, New York, curated by Klaus Kertess

           Francis Alys, Keith Mayerson, Franklin Preston, Hiroshi Sugito, Audiello Fine Art Inc., New York

           More, XL Gallery, New York, curated by Tony Payne

1997   Paintings and Sculpture, Luhring Augustine, New York

           Three Painters, Musee d'art contemporain de Bordeaux, Bordeaux, France, curated by Jack Pierson

1996   The Name of the Place, Casey Caplin Gallery, New York, curated by Laurie Simmons

           Young, Dumb, and Fun, University of Las Vegas, Nevada; curated by David Pagel

           The Incredible Power of Cheap Sentiment, White Columns Gallery, New York, curated by Bill Arning

           Annual Summer Watercolor Exhibition, P.P.O.W., New York, curated by Tom Woodruff

1995   Degenerative Art Show, The Lab, San Francisco

           The Moderns, Feature Gallery, New York, curated by Tony Payne

           Faggots, Rojes Foundation, University of Buenos Aires; curated by Bill Arning

           Stretch Out & Wait, Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles

1994   Stonewall 25, White Columns, New York, ; curated by Bill Arning

           Dave's Not Here Show, Three Day Weekend, Los Angeles

           Red Rover, Three Day Weekend, Los Angeles

           Tiny Shoes, New Langton Arts, San Francisco

           Selections Spring '94, The Drawing Center, New York, NY (brochure)

           Playfield, Rio Hondo College, Wittier, CA; Curated by Randy Summers

1993   Sick Joke, Kiki Gallery, San Francisco

           Steve Crique, Keith Mayerson, Tyler Stallings, Richard Telles Fine Art, Los     Angeles

 

 

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

Los Angeles Country Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA

Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY

The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA

The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA

 

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

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           Humanity," Black Book Art Review, August 17

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2007   "Joe Bradley / Ann Craven / Dana Frankfort / Keith Mayerson", Galleries - Chelsea, The New Yorker, August 20

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           The Comics Journal, Issue #242, April. Pgs. 68-69

           "Landscape," (review), Time Out New York, February 21, Issue no. 334

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2000   Mayerson, Keith, "Icons and Iconography in Technocratic Culture," Xtra, Los Angeles, Volume III, pp. 23-29

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           Featured Artist, Honcho, Nov., pp.66-67

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           Tom, Karen "Horror Hospital Unplugged," (Review), Cover, Volume 11, Number 5, pg. 59

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           "A Brilliant Chick Parody," OUT, August

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Press Releases
Keith Mayerson: Art, Life & Fashion

 

KEITH MAYERSON

 

Art, Life & Fashion

 

June 18 - August 18, 2011

 

SHAHEEN modern and contemporary art is pleased to present an installation of new and recent work by New York based artist Keith Mayerson

 

Keith Mayerson's lushly executed paintings and works on paper have depicted a broad range of iconic figures, images and moments from popular culture, history, art, literature, film and music in the service of composing larger allegorical narratives about the times in which we live, and the issues and values that form our collective history and future. Mayerson's evolving body of work has served as both a personal homage to the people and experiences that have shaped his individual identity and beliefs, and a reminder of their broader social and historical impact.  While the majority of Mayerson's paintings to date have been based on pictures appropriated from magazines, books, newspapers, and films, his painterly versatility, unique and unusual palette, and complete personal immersion in the reverential treatment of his chosen subjects transforms them, allowing them to transcend time, context, and the pre-existing source images from which they derive.

 

Over the past few years, Mayerson's work has taken a decidedly personal turn, as his paintings have increasingly derived from photographs that he has taken himself. Entitled "Art, Life and Fashion", the artist's second exhibition at SHAHEEN will revolve around a group of recent paintings that depict scenes from his own life, and his surroundings - namely New York, where he lives, and his cabin in Riverside, California, where he spends several weeks a year.  The exhibition will also include previously un-exhibited paintings based on photographs that Mayerson took while on assignment for Interview Magazine covering the haute couture fashion shows in Paris, as well as drawings depicting scenes from his travels to Amsterdam, a city he reveres.  As a larger narrative allegory, the overall installation will juxtapose the circus-like spectacle and atmosphere of the fashion world with personal and political images from art and cultural history; paintings depicting the ever-evolving growth of Manhattan as a metaphor for the power of American industry; and an idealized vision of the American landscape in the 21st century, where nature and light still have the ability to provoke the sublime.

 

Born in Cincinnati, Keith Mayerson lives and works in New York.  Since 1993, his paintings and drawings have appeared in numerous gallery and museum exhibitions in the United States and Europe. His work resides in the permanent collections of the Cleveland Museum of Art, Washington, D.C.'s Corcoran Gallery, the Museum of Modern Art, New York, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.  Mayerson also teaches fine art, cultural theory, and comics at New York University, Brooklyn College and the School of the Visual Arts.

 


Articles/Reviews
At Shaheen Gallery: Art, Life & Fashion / Cleveland Scene

 

CLEVELAND SCENE

 

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June 29, 2011

 

At Shaheen Gallery:

Art, Life & Fashion


Born in Cincinnati and based in New York, painter Keith Mayerson returns to his home state for his second exhibition at Shaheen Gallery. Art, Life & Fashion provides a thematically broad sampling of Mayerson's work, mostly oil on linen. Some never-before-exhibited pieces are based on haute couture photos he took for Interview magazine: among them, a kingly portrait of designer Karl Lagerfeld and a stern-faced model in pink. In more personal pieces, Mayerson displays honest but wry sensitivity in juxtaposing the grand and the everyday. In "Sunrise Over Elsinore", the sun blazes white hot, shot through with gold and purple, filling half the sky; this divine presence overlooks a semi-developed California woodland dotted with cottages and red-and-white RVs. In "Andrew and Obama," the 44th President of the United States is tiny on a television screen while the other subject lies in bed, shirtless, barefoot, maybe naked under a blanket, but comfortable in his own skin and his own home. A series of 73 ink sketches of Anne Frank on Post It-sized sheets, all slight variations on her famous, broadly smiling photograph, capture moments that never were and cannot be. In such historic pieces, but also in portraits of fashion icons and the profundities of the mundane, Mayerson's work embodies a thoughtfulness that rewards viewers looking for reassurance of the significance of persons. The exhibition runs through August 18 at 740 West Superior Ave. For more info, call 216-830-8888 or go to shaheengallery.com. - Joseph Clark

 

Keith Mayerson paintings in wonderful exhibit at Cleveland's Shaheen gallery / The Plain Dealer

Keith Mayerson paintings in wonderful exhibit at Cleveland's Shaheen gallery

 

By Steven Litt

Friday, July 22, 2011

 

 

You have to admire the audacity of Keith Mayerson, the midcareer New York painter whose recent work is the subject of a quietly stupendous exhibition at Shaheen Modern and Contemporary Art in Cleveland.

 

Mayerson made a name for himself over the past decade by making paintings based on highly familiar images of pop-culture heroes and heroines. He turns these cliches into luminously beautiful objects through gorgeous paint handling, which makes every square inch of his paintings tremble with intelligence and vitality.

 

One example familiar to Clevelanders is the monumental portrait of Anne Frank donated in 2007 to the Cleveland Museum of Art by collector Scott Mueller. At once intimate and heroic, it captures the girlishness of the young Jewish writer whose life was snuffed out by the Holocaust, while also making her seem larger than life.

 

Lately, Mayerson has focused on scenes from his own life, based on snapshots he has taken of his partner, Andrew; their dogs; their cabin in Riverside, Calif.; as well as travels to Amsterdam, a favorite city, and an assignment from Interview magazine to cover a fashion show in Paris.

 

It is from these latter subjects that the exhibition at Shaheen is drawn. The selection is rounded out by a panoramic scene of Times Square at night, an image of the Empire State Building and a vignette taken from Michelangelo's "Last Judgment" in the Sistine Chapel.

 

The paintings depict Andrew relaxing in bed while watching President Obama on television. We see fashion models traversing a runway under hot white lights and the strangely elegant Karl Lagerfeld posing for a portrait in sinister-looking black leather driving gloves.

 

In "Cabin Essence," a seemingly random view of a scene from Mayerson's weekend cabin, a banal California landscape looks as captivating as a French Impressionist scene by Sisley or Monet. "Sunrise over Elsinore," an image of a blazing sun over a desert trailer park, is a compelling blend of the ecstatic and the mundane.

 

These diverse subjects are united by Mayerson's vivid sense of color and exquisite sense of touch.

 

While hinting at French Impressionism, Mayerson's intimate subjects and his way with a brush owe a great deal more to the Postimpressionist styles of Pierre Bonnard and Edouard Vuillard and to the Belgian Symbolist James Ensor.

 

It's a tremendous synthesis, and a powerful visual argument in favor of the continued relevance of painting in an age dominated by photography, video and installation art. By showing these paintings in Cleveland, art dealer Brett Shaheen is doing the community a true service.

 

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Keith Mayerson
Times Square, 2011
oil on linen
48 x 66 inches

Keith Mayerson
Last Judgement (Resurrection), 2009
oil on linen
28 x 22 inches


Keith Mayerson
Andrew and Obama, 2009
oil on linen
12 x 16 inches

Keith Mayerson
Model in Pink, 2009
oil on linen
16 x 12 inches


Keith Mayerson
King Karl, 2009
oil on linen
16 x 12 inches

Keith Mayerson
Andrew Smelling Flowers in the Proust Room, 2009
oil on linen
12 x 16 inches


Keith Mayerson
Bookstore Window, 2009
mixed media on paper
15 x 22 1/2 inches

Keith Mayerson
Floating Flower Market, 2009
pastel on paper
20 x 26 inches


Keith Mayerson
View of Empire from the Train, 2011
oil on linen
48 x 36 inches

Keith Mayerson
Cabin Essence, 2011
oil on linen
48 x 36 inches


Keith Mayerson
Radiant Landscape (with Andrew and the Dogs), 2011, 2011
oil on linen
26 x 26 inches

Keith Mayerson
Sunrise over Elsinore, 2011
oil on linen
48 x 48 inches


Keith Mayerson
Night Cabin, 2011
oil on linen
48 x 36 inches