“Tennis Elbow 66: Marianne Vitale” Exhibition

The Journal Gallery (45 White St.)

poster for “Tennis Elbow 66: Marianne Vitale” Exhibition

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Your name
Your current location
The woods
Your favorite pastime
Something you like
A ‘64 Nova
Something you dislike
Your defining characteristic
Behaving like a wild animal
What would someone close to you say your defining characteristic is
Behaving like a wild animal
Your favorite artist
As of 3:00 am last night, Preston Sturges
Favorite word or phrase
Where’s the beef?
What aspect of your work is most important to you
Who do you admire the most and why
GG Allen or Ghandi, total commitment.
Your worst habit
The first thing you think of in the morning
The sun hurtling through space at 125 miles per second
What have you always wanted to do and have not done
Easter Island on a full moon
Your best decision
Having a daughter
Your worst decision
Joining that cult (frowny face emoji).
Your favorite street and why
The Street of Crocodiles, because.
What made you become the person you are
Something that you treasure
Horned lizards, they shoot blood out of the corners of their eyes when threatened
What would the child you once were think of the adult you have become
The bird of youth flies away
Your greatest fear
A radioactive isotope slipped into my tea at a Moscow airport

Marianne Vitale was born in East Rockaway, New York in 1973. She received her BFA from the School of Visual Arts, New York, New York.

Vitale’s work has been shown in both solo and group exhibitions, including, “Sculptures, Matters, Materials, Textures…, Offsite” at Ceysson Gallery in Paris, France (2016); “Untitled” at Karma in New York, New York (2015); “Oh Don’t Ask Why” at the Contemporary Fine Arts in Berlin, Germany (2105); “No Man’s Land” at The Contemporary Arts Foundation in Miami, Florida (2015); “Six Doors” at the Foundation for Contemporary Art in New York, New York (2015); “Teeth Gnash Tennessee” at Invisible Exports in New York, New York (2015); “Something old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue” at Fondazione Sandretto Rebaudengo in Turin, Italy (2015); “Nine Worthies” at Zach Feuer Gallery in New York, New York (2014); “Ann Craven - Marianne Vitale, Paris” at Ceysson Gallery in Paris, France (2014); “Combustion” at SAKS Gallery in Geneva, Switzerland (2014); “The Last Brucennial” in New York, New York (2014); “Wrong’s What I Do Best” at the San Francisco Art Institute in San Francisco, California (2014); “Body Language” at Saatchi Gallery in London, United Kingdom (2013); “Bright Dark Future” Le Confort Moderne in Poitiers, France (2013); “Diamond Crossing” at Zach Feuer Gallery in New York, New York (2013); “WHAT I NEED TO DO IS LIGHTEN THE FUCK UP ABOUT A LOT OF SHIT” at Zach Feuer Gallery in New York, New York (2012); “IF YOU EXPECT TO RATE AS A GENTLEMAN, DO NOT EXPECTORATE ON THE FLOOR” at Unge Kunstneres Samfund in Oslo, Norway (2012); “Too Much Satan For One Hand” at IBID PROJECTS in London, United Kingdom (2011); “The Clipper” at White Slab Palace Kunstverein in New York, New York (2010); “Presser” at Colton & Farb Gallery in Houston, Texas (2010); “How Soon Now” at the Rubell Family Collection in Miami, Florida (2010); and the “Whitney Biennial 2010” at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, New York (2010).

Marianne Vitale lives and works in New York, New York.



from September 11, 2020 to September 24, 2020
Hours: Tuesday – Saturday 12 – 6 pm.


Marianne Vitale

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