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David Maisel

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Birthplace
New York

Birth year
1961

Lives in
San Francisco

Works in
San Francisco

Website

Representing galleries
Miller Block Gallery, Haines Gallery

Current Exhibitions and Events
Apr, 2014 History's Shadow
Yancey Richardson Gallery
 
Statement
David Maisel Biography










1961 Born in New York City






1984 Bachelor of Arts, Princeton University






1988 - 1989 Graduate school of Design, Harvard University





Selected Exhibitions










2006 - 2007 Oblivion, EVO Gallery, Santa Fe, NM; Von Lintel Gallery, New York, NY; Paul Kopeikin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA






2006 - 2007 Black Maps, Southeast Museum of Photography, Daytona, FL; National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC; Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, NV






2005 Terminal Mirage: Von Lintel Gallery, New York, NY; James Nicholson Gallery, San Francisco, CA; Paul Kopeikin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA; Miller Block Gallery, Boston, MA; Bolinas Art Museum, Bolinas, CA.






2005 Critical Mass; traveling group exhibit organized by Blue Sky Gallery; 10 venues for exhibition throughout the United States






2005 New Turf: Robert Hull Fleming Museum, University of Vermont. Curated by Evelyn Hankin.






2004 No Man’s Land: Contemporary Photographers and Fragile Ecologies: David Maisel, Ed Burtynsky, and Emmet Gowin. Halsey Gallery, Institute for Contemporary Art, College of Charleston, SC. Curated by Mark Sloan






2004 The Lake Project: James Nicholson Gallery, San Francisco, CA; Fotofest International, Houston, TX; Blue Sky Gallery, Portland, OR; Miller Block Gallery, Boston, MA;






2003 Von Lintel Gallery, New York, NY






2003 Paul Kopeikin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA






2003 Bolinas Art Museum, Bolinas, CA (curated by Rick Chapman)






2003 Schneider Gallery, Chicago, IL






2003 Society for Contemporary Photography, Kansas City, MO (curated by Kathy Aron)






2003 Abstraction and Photography; Von Lintel Gallery, New York, NY






2002 Picturing the Wilderness: Photographs by David Maisel, Macduff Everton,and Josef Muench; Wildling Museum of Art, Los Olivos, CA (curated by Karen Sinsheimer, curator of photography, Santa Barbara Museum of Art)






2002 New Acquisitions/New Work/New Directions; Los Angeles County Museum of Art (curated by Robert Sobieszek and Tim Wride, curators of photography)






2002 Summer Group Show; Rose Gallery, Santa Monica, CA






2002 The Blue Earth; Benham Gallery, Seattle, WA






2002 The Peter C. Bunnell Collection; Princeton University Art Museum, Princeton, NJ (curated by Toby Jurovics, associate curator of photography)






2001 Captured Landscapes: Seven Views; Gallery @ 49, New York, NY (curated by Mark Haven)






1992 Landscapes of Consequence; Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art; Ridgefield, CT (curated by Robert Mann)






1991 Recent Acquisitions to the Permanent Collection; Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY (curated by Barbara Millstein, curator of photography)






1991 Black Maps; Opsis Foundation, New York, NY (curated by Allan Albert)






1990 The New American Pastoral: Landscape Photography in the Age of Questioning; International Museum of Photography, Rochester, NY, and Whitney Museum of American Art at Equitable Center, New York, NY (curated by Robert Sobieszek/ Catalogue by Robert Sobieszek)





Literature










2004 Scheduled: R. Sobieszek, The Lake Project, monograph, publication by Nazraeli Press






2003 D. Gaston, Immaculate Destruction; Aperture Magazine






2003 M. Olson,The Abstract Aerial Landscape: Photography of David Maisel, Camera Arts Magazine






1995 Burying Our Nation’s Radioactive Waste, New York Times Magazine, commissioned by Kathy Ryan






1992 Power Struggle: Flooding Quebec to Light New York, New York Times Magazine, cover story, commissioned by Kathy Ryan






1990 R. Sobieszek, The New American Pastoral: Landscape Photography in the Age of Questioning; catalogue accompanying exhibition; published by International Museum of Photography, Rochester, NY




 

Recent Exhibits

David Maisel participated in these exhibits:

Jan, 2014 Fundamental Abstraction III
Haines Gallery
 
Oct, 2013 Memory Theatre 2013
Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester
 
Oct, 2013 Staking Claim: A California Invitational
Museum of Photographic Arts
 
Sep, 2013 Mining - A Conversation with the Artist
Haines Gallery
 
Sep, 2013 Mining
Haines Gallery
 
Jun, 2013 BLACK MAPS American Landscape and the Apocalyptic Sublime
Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art
 
Click here to see all exhibits for David Maisel
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