Some Exhibition Images
Elisa Lendvay Studio Some Exhibition Images

About a Mountain exhibition shot, Asya Geisberg Gallery, NYC, 2014.

Elisa Lendvay, left wall, top to bottom:
Inverted Pocket, 2012, Papier mache, silver leaf, acrylic paint, 12” x 7” x 2.5”, Code, 2011. Bamboo, papier mache, silver leaf, acrylic paint, wire. 16.5” x 18” x 2”, Skate, 2013, Wood, wire, plastic, papier mache, acrylic paint and medium, 17.5” × 11 × 1.25"
Alejandro Almanza Pereda, right


Alejandro Almanza Pereda, Vincent Como, Don Dixon, Gerhard Frommel, Elisa Lendvay, Rachel Niffenegger, and Anonymous. Curated by Holly Jarrett
June 26 – August 15, 2014



http://www.asyageisberggallery.com/exhibitions/about-a-mountain
Elisa Lendvay Studio Some Exhibition Images

Elisa Lendvay Studio Some Exhibition Images

Quiet Please | November 20 – December 30 2014
Rare Gallery, NYC

RARE Gallery is pleased to present Quiet Please, a group exhibition featuring contemplative new works by artists Holly Coulis, Matthew F Fisher, Carrie Gundersdorf, Mike Hein, Elisa Lendvay, Matthew Northridge, and Jason Silva. The show was organized by Matthew F Fisher in collaboration with the gallery.


http://rare-gallery.com/quiet-please-install-view-1_1/
Elisa Lendvay Studio Some Exhibition Images
Middle sculpture Elisa Lendvay, Orange Wave

Matthew Fisher, Right, Matthew Northridge, Left
Quiet Please, Rare Gallery, NYC, Dec. 2014

Elisa Lendvay Studio Some Exhibition Images
Elisa Lendvay, Orange Wave

Quiet Please | November 20 – December 30 2014
Rare Gallery, NYC
Elisa Lendvay Studio Some Exhibition Images
Elisa Lendvay, sculpture R, Holly Coulis, Left

Quiet Please | November 20 – December 30 2014
Rare Gallery, NYC

Elisa Lendvay Studio Some Exhibition Images
Elisa Lendvay, Floor and Wall sculptures

Quiet Please | November 20 – December 30 2014
Rare Gallery, NYC
Elisa Lendvay Studio Some Exhibition Images
Elisa Lendvay, sculptures

Quiet Please | November 20 – December 30 2014
Rare Gallery, NYC

Elisa Lendvay Studio Some Exhibition Images


Quiet Please | November 20 – December 30 2014
Rare Gallery, NYC
Elisa Lendvay Studio Some Exhibition Images


Quiet Please | November 20 – December 30 2014
Rare Gallery, NYC

Elisa Lendvay Studio Some Exhibition Images


Thought Form (foreground)

External Original, Colgate University, Clifford Gallery, 2012

Elisa Lendvay Studio Some Exhibition Images
Elisa Lendvay, foreground

External Original, Colgate University
October 29 - November 20, 2012

External Original
curated by Sarah Mattes '06

Artists:
Michael Berryhill
Strauss Bourque-LaFrance
David Gilbert
Kate Gilmore
Elisa Lendvay
Hanna Sandin
Molly Smith
Luke Stettner
Patricia Treib
Carmen Winant
Tamara Zahaykevich

External Original presents eleven artists who address process and the recording of a trace or history through a convergence of mediums and forms.

Elisa Lendvay Studio Some Exhibition Images


Elisa Lendvay, Small Sculptures, Solo Exhibit, Jason McCoy Gallery, NYC, 2012
Elisa Lendvay Studio Some Exhibition Images


Melissa Brown - Gertrude's Nose and Elisa Lendvay - Moon of the Moon, Giampietro Gallery 2013/14

Elisa Lendvay Studio Some Exhibition Images


Elisa Lendvay, Moon of the Moon, Giampietry Gallery, New Haven, Ct. 12/2013-/2014
Elisa Lendvay Studio Some Exhibition Images


Elisa Lendvay Studio Some Exhibition Images

Elisa Lendvay Studio Some Exhibition Images


Elisa Lendvay Studio Some Exhibition Images

Elisa Lendvay Studio Some Exhibition Images


Tensegrity, June 20 - July 27, 2008
Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery

Joy Curtis
Michael DeLucia
Jim Lee
Elisa Lendvay
Keiko Narahashi


The term Tensegrity was coined by Buckminster Fuller to describe the integrity of structures as being based in a synergy between balanced tension and compression components. Since then the term has been applied to a variety of uses, most notably by Carlos Castaneda to describe a system of movements, stances and stretches that emphasize the tension and relaxation of muscles. In this group of work tension exists formally between structure and surface, and between sculpture and painting. There is a pushing back and forth between the materials that define the surface and those that create the structure such that the two coexist in a balanced relationship.

http://klausgallery.com/exhibition/tensegrity-2008-06-20/#tensegrity-1780

Elisa Lendvay Studio Some Exhibition Images


Tensegrity 2008
Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery
Elisa Lendvay Studio Some Exhibition Images


Tensegrity 2008
Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery

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