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Lindsey Nobel (born March 10th, 1969) is an American Arist based in Los Angeles, California​.[4]

 

Early Life and Education

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Nobel in her studio

Nobel was born in Baltimore, Maryland​ and attended the University of California, Santa Cruz​ where graduated with a Bachelor's degree of Fine Arts in Painting.[1][4]​ In addition, she took classes at the Royal College of art through the University of California, Los Angeles, where she studied figure painting.[4]​ Upon graduating from Santa Cruz, she moved to San Francisco​ to pursue at career in art.[4]

 

Career

Nobel has been active in the art scene since the mid-1990s and her goal through her art is to represent all aspects of human interaction from neurology to sociality within our contemporary society, especially in interactions with technology.[4][2]​ In 1992 she began developing a drawing language that, for better or worse, connects us to computers.[4]​ In 2004, she had a solo show at the Cartelle Gallery that was cyrated by Sam Freedman and Heather Harmon.[4]​ At the 2009 exhibit at the Los Angeles L2Kontemporary Gallery titled “Mo’ Flow: Blots & Trails,” Nobel worked with fabricator Jack Brogan to create her “Overview” paintings that were shown there.[4]​ In 2011, Nobel set up her studio in Inglewood where it is currently located on La Brea Avenue.[4]

 

The themes in Nobel’s art mainly explore ideas about technology, science and human connection.[4]​ Lindsey’s artistic process stems from investigating memory, dislocation and environment.[4]

 

Nobel’s art has been exhibited around the world at several places including Restelli Art, Rome, and Cartelle Gallery, Los Angeles.[4]

 

Solo Exhibitions


•2015 “Infosphere”, Zoya Tommy Gallery, Houston TX
•2015 “Mini retrospective”, Vendrome Gallery, New York, NY
•2012 White Box Contemporary, La Jolla, CA
•2009 Melissa Morgan Fine Art, Palm Desert, CA
•2005 Cartelle Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
•2004 “Connect”, Schroeder Romero, Brooklyn, NY
•2004 Ground Floor Gallery, Chelsea Hotel, New York, NY
•2004 Cartelle Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
•2002 “Vortex”, Schroeder Romero, Brooklyn, NY
•2002 “Into the Light”, Nikolai Fine Art, New York, NY
•2002 “String Theory”, Bingo Hall, Brooklyn, NY
•2001 “System, Cells & Neurons”, Pollock Fine Art Brooklyn, NY
•2000 “Photography & Drawing”, Rome Arts, Brooklyn, NY


Selected Group Exhibitions


•2017 “Pole Positions- Midsummer Mania”, Curated by Bo Thomas Hendriksson, Die Wiesenburg Berlin,
Germany
•2016 “The Night Opens / La Nuit s’ouvre”, Blam Projects, Los Angeles, CA
•2016 “Photographs, Paintings & Ghosts, The Cadillac Hotel, Venice, CA
•2016 “Olive DTLA Art SHow”, The Olive, Los Angeles CA
•2016 “South of the Grapevine”, Arte Ame’ricas Fresno CA
•2013 “Conception”, Turn Gallery, New York, NY
•2013 “Cut Log”, Curated by Angelica Francis, New York, NY
•2013 Hampton Art Fair, Sergott Contemporary Art Alliance, Hamptons, NY
•2013 Tom Sergott Fine Art LA Art Fair, Los Angeles, CA
•2013 “The Woman Show”, Peter Marcella -Bridge Hampton, NY
•2012 Peanut Underground All-Night Bookstore, New York, NY
•2012 “New Cool School”, White Box Contemporary, Curated by Chris Trueman, Downtown San Diego, CA
•2012 “Celebrity Skin”, Curated by Raul Zamudio, White Box Contemporary, Downtown San Diego, CA
•2012 “Stall 30”, Curated by Anjela Piccard, White Box Contemporary, Downtown San Diego, CA
•2012 “Zoya Refresh”, Curated by Zoya Tommy, PG Contemporary, Houston, TX
•2012 Pool Art Fair, Curated by Thierry Alet, Miami, CA
•2011 “Errant Lines: Notations on Canvas”, Andrew Shire Galley, Los Angeles, CA
•2010 “Swell”,Tim Nye, Chelsea, NY
•2009 “More Flow”, Peter Frank – China town, Los Angeles, CA
•2009 Black, Cat Gallerie, Los Angeles, CA
•2008 Michelle Allen Gallerie, New York, NY
•2008 LAX Laurie Firstenberg Benefit, Los Angeles, CA
•2008 “Syringing Under the Bridge”, Los Angeles, CA
•2007 “Ecologies”, Curated by Thea Nedelcheva, New York, NY
•2007 Berlin Art Fair, Jacobs Fine Art, Germany
•2007 Cologne, Jacobs Fine Art, Germany
•2006 “Hybrid”, Curated by Thea Nedelcheva, New York, NY
•2006 Group Exhibition, D & H Gallery, Curated by Elias Michael, New York, NY
•2006 “Women Against Violence (with Louise Bourgeois)” Curated by Robert Curcio
•2006 Saatchi & Saatchi, Exhibition & Auction, New York, NY
•2005 Vice Versa, Match Art Space, New York, NY
•2005 Satelite Installation, Istanbul Biennale, Curated by

 

List of Exhibitions[1]

2009
Melissa Morgan Fine Art, Palm Desert, CA (solo)
2009
China Town, Los Angeles, CA
2009
Black, Cat Gallerie, Los Angeles, CA
2008
Michelle Allen Gallerie, NY, NY
2008
LAX Laurie Furstenberg Benefit, Los Angeles, CA
2008
Syringing Undert the Bridge, Los Angeles, CA
2007
Jacob Fine Art, Paris, France (solo)
2007
Ecologies, curated by Thea Nedelcheva, NY, NY
2007
Berlin Art Fair, Jacobs Fine Art, Germany
2007
Cologne, Jacobs Fine Art, Germany
2006
Hybrid, curated by Thea Nedelcheva, NY, NY
2006
Group Exhibition, D & H Gallery, curated by Elias Michael, NY, NY
2006
Woman Against Violence (with Louise Bourgeois) curated by Robert Curcio
2006
Saatchi & Saatchi, Exhibition & Auction, New York, NY
2006
EO IPSO, Match Artspace, Brooklyn, NY (solo)
2006
Looking Within, Project 3 am, NY, NY (solo)
2005
Cartelle Gallery, Los Angeles, CA (solo)
2005
Vice Versa, Match Art Space, New York, NY
2005
Satelite Installation, Istanbul Biennale, curated by Renee Vara, Istanbul, Turkey
2005
Waterways, Venice biennale, curated by Renee Vara & Ethan Cohen, Venice, Italy
2005
Enthropy, curated by Mary- Lou Swoft, Weiss- Pollack Gallery, New York, NY
2005
100 Artists, Castoria Museum, Naples, Italy
2005
Invisible in the Visible, Anita Shapolsky Gallery, NY, NY
2005
Scope Hamptons, curated by Marc Be Bourcy, South Hampton, NY
2004
Invitation a la galerie, Schroeder Romero Gallery, Gallerie Anne Barrault, Paris, France
2004
Heaven is Going to Burn Your Eyes, Cartelle Gallery, New York, NY
2004
Connect, Schroeder Romero, Brooklyn, NY (solo)
2004
Ground Floor Gallery, Chelsea Hotel, NY, NY (solo)
2004
Cartelle Gallery, Los Angeles, CA (solo)
2003
Williamburg Salon, Central Connecticut State University
2003
Nada Art Fair, Miami, FL
2003
Latch Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2003
Scope New York, Nikolai Fine Art, New York NY
2002
Vortex, Schroeder Romero, Brooklyn, NY (solo)
2002
Into the Light, Nikolai Fine Art, NY, NY (solo)
2002
String Theory, Bingo Hall, Brooklyn, NY (solo)
2002
Sol Lewitt Two Wall Drawings & Lindsey Nobel Grid, Curated by Bjorn Ressel, Phillip Alan Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2001
Perfect Plastic, G- Module, Paris, France
2001
System, Cells & Neurons, Pollock Fine Art Brooklyn, NY (solo)
2000
Photography & Drawing, Rome Arts, Brooklyn, NY (solo)
2000
Sharing the Vision, Cooper Union for the Advancement of Art & Science, New York, NY
2000
Interview, Art Resources Transfer, INC (A.R.T. inc.) New York, NY
2000
Yard Sale, Sixty Contemperary Artists Take Over A Chelsea School Yard, curated by Barbra Pollack Downtown Art Festival, New York School Lab, New York, NY
2000
Elsewhere, Pierogi Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2000
Fireproof Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2000
Summer Arts Festival, Gen Art, The Puck Buliding, New York, NY

 

 

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