Felix Art Fair 2024
Elizabeth Atterbury, Victoria Fu, Laura Letinsky, Luís Lázaro Matos, Erin Jane Nelson, Natani Notah, Kazuhito Tanaka, Pedro Vaz, Andrew Norman Wilson
February 28–March 3, 2024

Elizabeth Atterbury (born 1982) is a sculptor based in Portland, Maine. Solo and group exhibitions include The New England Triennial at deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Lincoln, MA (2021), Mrs. Gallery, Queens, NY (2021), Crisp-Ellert Art Museum, Flagler College, St. Augustine, FL (2021), Kate Werble Gallery, New York (2018), The Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME (2018), The Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville, ME (2015), kijidome, Boston, MA (2014), Western Exhibitions, Chicago (2017), The Luminary, St Louis (2017), Et al. Etc., San Francisco (2016), Pulaski Park Field House, Chicago (2016), Able Baker Contemporary, Portland (2016), Ida Schmid, Brooklyn (2017), TSA, Brooklyn (2015), Bodega, Philadelphia/New York (2014), KANSAS, New York (2013), and The ICA at Maine College of Art, Portland (2013). She received her BA from Hampshire College and her MFA from MassArt.

 

Victoria Fu (b. Santa Monica, California, USA) is a visual artist who received her MFA from CalArts, MA in Art History/Museum Studies from University of Southern California, and BA from Stanford University. She attended the Whitney Independent Study Program and was in residence at Skowhegan. Fu has received grants from Art Matters and the Harpo Foundation and is a 2015 Guggenheim Fellow. Her artwork is included in the collections of the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY; Pérez Art Museum, Miami, FL; Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA; MIT List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge, MA; Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, CA. She lives and works in San Diego, where she is Associate Professor of Art at University of San Diego and maintains a studio in Los Angeles.

 

Laura Letinsky holds a BFA from the University of Manitoba (1986) and an MFA from Yale University’s School of Art (1991). She is a Professor in the Department of Visual Art at the University of Chicago. Notable exhibitions include: the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal, Canada; Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Rome, Italy; the Mumbai Photography Festival, Mumbai, India; MIT, Cambridge, MA; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL; The Photographers Gallery, London, UK; the Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO; the Getty Museum, Los Angeles, CA; the Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY; and The Renaissance Society, Chicago, IL. Awards include the Canada Council International Residency, Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany; The Anonymous Was a Woman Award; and the John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship. Publications include Time’s Assignation, Radius Books, 2017; Feast for the Eyes, Aperture Foundation, 2017; Sticky Sweet, New Hampshire University, 2016; Ill Form and Void Full, Radius Books, 2014; Feast, Smart Museum of Art, UC Press, 2013; After All, Damiani, 2010; Hardly More Than Ever, Renaissance Society, 2004; Blink, Phaidon Press, 2002; and Venus Inferred, University of Chicago Press, 2000.

 

Luís Lázaro Matos was born in 1987 in Évora, Portugal. He lives and works in Lisbon. He obtained the degree in Painting from Faculty of Fine Arts of Lisbon University in 2010, and the BA in Art Practice at Goldsmiths College, London, in 2011. Recent solo exhibitions include: Une vague joyeuse/Uma onda feliz, BoCA, Faro (2021); Seabed Monsters and the Cosmic Rays, Galeria Madragoa, Lisbon (2021); Waves and Whirlpools, Galeria Municipal do Porto (2020); Summer Waterfalls & Autumn Leaves, Beursschouwburg, Brussels (2019); Zoo, Casa da Cerca, Almada (2019); Notes on Cosmic Pluralism, 1646, Den Haag (2019); Dancing Followers, Combo, Milan (2019); WHITE SHARK CAFE, Bastide Projects, Marseille (2018); Tomber dans le lac, Galeria Madragoa, Lisbon (2018); SMILE YOU ARE IN SPAIN STUDIO PART I, Galeria Madragoa, Lisbon (2017); Super Gibraltar, Kunsthalle Lissabon, Lisbon (2015).

 

Erin Jane Nelson lives and works in Atlanta, GA. In 2011 she received her BFA from The Cooper Union. Recent solo exhibitions include the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, Atlanta, GA (2021); DOCUMENT, Chicago, IL (2020); Chapter NY, New York, NY (2023); and Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta, GA (2019). Her work has been featured in group exhibitions at the Carnegie Museum of Art (upcoming 2024), The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY (2021); Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, CO (2020); Fries Museum, Leeuwarden, The Netherlands (2020); La Galerie, Centre d’Art Contemporain, Noisy-le-Sec, France (2019); and Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich, Germany (2018). Nelson was the recipient of a 2023 Guggenheim Fellowship in the Creative Arts.

 

Natani Notah (b. 1992, San Bernardino, CA) lives and works in Tulsa, OK. In 2014 she received a BFA in Fine Arts with a minor in Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies from Cornell University. In 2018 she received an MFA in Art Practice from Stanford University. Recent solo and group exhibitions include Longmont Museum, Longmont, CO (2023); 108 Contemporary, Tulsa, OK (2022); Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art (BMoCA), Boulder, CO (2022); Marin MOCA, Novato, CA, (2022); Massillon Museum, Massillon, Ohio (2022); The Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco, CA (2022); apexart, New York, NY (2021); and the Tucson Desert Art Museum, Tucson, AZ (2020). Notah’s work belongs in numerous private collections, and was recently acquired for the Montage Health Art Center, Monterey, CA (2023)

 

Kazuhito Tanaka (b. 1973, Saitama, Japan) lives and works between Kyoto and Fukuoka, Japan. He graduated from Meiji University in Tokyo in 1996 and from the School of Visual Arts in New York in 2004. Recent solo exhibitions include Galerie Kandlhofer, Vienna, Austria (2023); Gallery PARC, Kyoto, Japan (2023); KANA KAWANISHI GALLERY, Tokyo, Japan (2022); Paris London Hong Kong, Chicago, USA (2022); Gravity and Light, soda, Kyoto (2020), Self-Dual, Gallery PARC, Kyoto (2019), Trans / Real -The potential of Intangible Art vol.7 Kazuhito Tanaka, gallery αM, Tokyo (2017), pLastic_fLowers, Maki Fine Arts, Tokyo (2015). In parallel to his artistic practice, Tanaka works as an independent curator and is the director of soda, an artist-run space in Kyoto. Japan.

 

Pedro Vaz was born in 1977 in Maputo, Mozambique and now lives and works in Lisbon. He graduated from the Universidade de Belas Artes, Lisboa, Portugal in 2006. In 2021, he presented the solo exhibition, Num único acorde, at CAB – Centro de Arte Caja de Burgos, Burgos, Spain. His group exhibitions include Loops.Expanded, 2021, at MNAC – National Museum of Contemporary Art, Lisbon, Portugal; LA TORMENTA, 2020, Cultural Center Teopanzolco, Cuernavaca, Mexico; O Olhar Divergente, 2019, Arquipélago – Contemporary Arts Center, Azores, Portugal; After the shock, the tropics, 2018, Galeria Luísa Strina, São Paulo, Brazil; Second Nature, 2018, The Kreeger Museum, Washington D.C., USA; Second Nature, 2016, MAAT – Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology, Lisbon, Portugal; Link, Ano Zero – Biennal de Coimbra, 2015, Coimbra, Portugal. His work is in museum collections, at CAM – Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon, Portugal; Fundação de Serralves, in Oporto, Portugal; MAAT – Fundação EDP, Lisbon, Portugal; Centro de Arte Caja de Burgos – CAB, Burgos, Spain, amongst others.

 

Andrew Norman Wilson (b. 1983, Medfield, MA) is a New York-based artist navigating the intricate boundaries between cinema and contemporary art. He received an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2011 and a BS in Television, Radio, and Film from Syracuse University in 2006. Solo exhibitions of his work have been organized in various international institutions including Clementin Seedorf, Köln, Germany (2023); MIT List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge, MA (2021); Ordet, Milan, Italy (2020); Kunstverein Braunschweig, Braunschweig, Germany (2019); Center for Contemporary Art Futura, Prague, Czech Republic (2018); and the Broad Art Museum, East Lansing, MI (2017). He has also participated in notable group exhibitions including the Taiwan Contemporary Culture Lab, Taipei, Taiwan (2023); the Renaissance Society, Chicago, IL (2022); the Museum of Modern Art in New York, NY (2022); Centre Pompidou, Paris, France (2021); and the Sharjah Art Foundation, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates (2020); among others.