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MIA FEUER www.miafeuer.com miafeuer@gmail.com 8042520821
born Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, 1981

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2018
The Descent, The LA Arboretum, LA, CA

2015
Synthetic Seasons, The Esker Foundation, Calgary, AB
Mesh, Locust Projects, Miami FL

 

2014
Antediluvian, The University of Mary Washington, Fredericksburg, VA
The Flooded Lecture Series, DCCAH 5×5 Public Arts Initiative, The Anacostia River, Washington, DC

 

2013
An Unkindness, NOW- Contemporary Art Series, The Corcoran, Washington DC
An Unkindness, RAW: Gallery of Architecture and Design, Winnipeg, MB

 

2012
Architecture of the Present, Emerge Art Faire, CONNERSMITH, Washington DC
Rebirth, Dickison College Gallery, Carslile, PA

 

2011
Stress Cone, Conner Contemporary, Washington DC

 

2010
The Bridge, The Atlanta Center for Contemporary Art, Atlanta, GA
Suspended Landscape, Transformer Gallery, Washington DC
Evacuation Route with Rubies, Arlington Arts Center, Arlington VA
Dissonance/Resonance, Firehouse Gallery, Burlington VA

 

2009
Debris, Dorfman Projects, New York, NY
Displacement, FLUXspace Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Collapse, VCU MFA Exhibition, Anderson Gallery, Richmond, VA

 

2006
A Land that Buries Its Children, Outworks Gallery, Winnipeg, MB

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2017
Poster Project, Vermillion Sands Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark
Canadian Identity and Territory, Pointe Claire, Montreal
Trawick Ruby Awards Finalist Exhibition, The Katzen Museum, Washington, DC

2015
Champagne Life, The Saatchi Gallery, London, UK 2015 NADA Art Fair, Locust Projects, Miami, FL

 

2014
Neighbors, The Katzen Museum, Washington DC2012 Sondhiem Semifinalists Show, Baltimore, MD2012 Trawick Sapphire Exhibition, Bethesda, MD

 

2012
Call and Response, Hamiltonian Gallery, Washington DC

 

2011
(e)merge Art fair, Conner Contemporary, Capital Skyline Hotel, Washington, DC 2011 Site Aperture, Flashpoint Gallery, curated by Danielle Osteen, Washington, DC 2010 ALPTRAUM, Transformer Gallery, Washington, DC

 

2010
Prospectus, Durham Art Guild, Durham, North Carolina
Synergy, new works by 2011 DCCAH Fellows, Corcoran, Washington DC 2009 Lights Out, The Annex, Burlington, VT

 

2009
For Lovers, Kim Fosters Gallery, New York, NY

 

2008
Here and Now, Transformer Gallery, Washington DC
VCU and Pratt, Pratt Graduate Gallery, New York, NY
Grey Area Steak Out, Crane Arts Center, Philadelphia, PA
Stretch, Stroke, Bulge, The Annex Gallery, Winnipeg, MB

 

AWARDS/ GRANTS/ RESIDENCIES

 

2016
Major Research and Production Grant, Canada Council for the Arts

 

2015
Travel Grant, The Canada Council for the Arts
Travel Grant, California College the Arts
VA SPACE Residency, Isfahan, Iran

 

2014
Visiting Artists- faculty- “MAKING” thematic visual art residency- The Banff Centre, Banff, AB 2013 The Arctic Circle Artist Residency, New York, NY / The Arctic Circle

 

2013
The Klondike Institute of Arts and Culture, Dawson City, Yukon, (deferred)

 

2012
The Joseph Stauffman Prize, The Canada Council for the Arts
Creation and Research Grant, The Canada Council for the Arts
Sondheim Prize semi finalist- Baltimore, MD
winner- The Sapphire Trawick Prize (People’s Choice), Bethesda, MD
Travel Grant, Canada Council for the Arts
Artist in Residence, Sculpture Space, Utica, NY

 

2011
Winner, The Trawick Prize, Bethesda, MD
Finalist, The Mayor’s Art Award, Washington, DC
Best in Show, Durham Art Guild, Durham, NC
Fellow, DC Commission for the Arts and Humanities, Washington, DC
Fellow, The Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, Omaha, NB
Fellow, The Nancy Graves Foundation, New York, NY
Support Grant, Alliance for Artist Communities, Providence, RI

 

2010
Fellow, The Macdowell Colony for the Arts, Peterborough, NH
Mid Atlantic Foundation Fellow, Millay Colony, Austerlitz, NY

 

2009
Travel Grant, Canada Council for the Arts
Fellow, Seven Below Artist Initiative, Burlington VT
Pollock Krasner Fellowship, The Vermont Studio Center
Graduate Fellowship, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond VA

 

2008
Readers Digest Lilka Acheson Scholarship Foundation, Ottawa, ON
Travel Grant, Winnipeg Arts Council, Winnipeg, Mb
Travel Grant, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA
Graduate Fellowship, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA

 

2007
Travel Grant, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond VA
Mona Grey Scholarship, Jewish Foundation of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB
Readers Digest Lila Acheson Scholarship, Lila Acheson Foundation, Ottawa, ON 2007 Student Bursary Award, Manitoba Arts Council, Winnipeg, MB
Research Grant, Winnipeg Arts Council, Winnipeg, MB
Travel Grant, Manitoba Arts Council, Winnipeg, MB

 

2006
Emerging Visual Arts Grant, Manitoba Arts Council, Winnipeg, MB

 

2005
Emerging Visual Arts Grant, Manitoba Arts Council, Winnipeg, MB
Cecil C. Richards Award, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB
Special Grant, Jewish Foundation of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB

 

2002
School of Arts Award, The University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB

 

2001
Kenneth Finklestein Scholarship, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg MB

 

SELF DIRECTED RESEARCH

 

2012-2015
Isle de Jean Charles and Pointe Au Chien, Bayou Terrebonne, LA

 

2011-2012
Ground and arial tours of the Tar Sands, Refineries, extraction sites, exclamation sites, tailings ponds, Fort McMurray, AB

 

2011
Post Mubarak Egypt, including Suez Canal

 

2007
The Occupied West Bank- including Nablus, Hebron, Bethlehem, Bil’in and the Balata Refugee Camp

 

PANEL DISCUSSIONS

 

2015
Space and Place, National Science Symposium, San Francisco, CA

 

2014
Arctic Climate Leadership Conference, Washington DC
Exploring Intersections of Arts and Social Change, Corcoran Museum of Art

 

2012
Call and Response, Exploring Intersections between Arts and Poetry, Hamiltonian Gallery, Washington, DC

 

PUBLIC LECTURES

 

2015
Art and The Anthropocene, The University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB
Artist Talk, The Esker Foundation, Calgary, AB
In Conversation with Dr. Grant Deane, The Esker Foundation, Calgary, AB 2015 Artist Talk, Locust Projects, Miami, FL

 

2014
Artist Talk, The Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta,
Artist Talk, The Corcoran, Washington DC

 

2013
Artist Talk, The Arctic Circle Residency, The Arctic Circle

 

2012
Artist Talk, McDaniel College, Westminster, MD
Artist Talk, Dickinson College, Carslile, PA
Artist Talk, Towson University, Towson, MD
Artist Talk, Wood Buffalo Arts Forum, Fort McMurray, AB
Artist Talk, Montgomery College, Takoma Park, MD
Artist Talk, Flashpoint Gallery, Washington DC
Artist Talk, The Atlanta Contemporary Arts Center, Atlanta, GA 2011 Artist Talk, The Savannah College of Art and Design

 

2010
Artist Talk, The Firehouse Gallery, Burlington VT
Artist Talk, Transformer Gallery, Washington, DC
Artist Talk, Macdowell Colony, Peterborough NH
Artist Talk, The Annex, Burlington, VT
Artist Talk, Vermont Studio Center, Johnson VT
Artist Talk, Sculpture Dept, Johnson State College, Johnson VT2009 Artist Talk, The university of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB

 

SELECTED PRESS

 

2016
“Champagne Life” Studio International, McNay, Anna, January 19
“Champagne Life Fizzles at Saatchi Gallery”, Canadian Art, Jaques, Juliet, January 27
“Champagne Life: Saatchi Gallery First All Female Exhibition” International Buisness Times, Weeler,
Alex, January 13
A Kick Up The Arts, “Champagne Life at the Saatchi Gallery”, February 17
The Guardian, “Champagne Life Review”, Cooke, Rachel, January 17
CBC Arts, “Meet the Canadian Artists in this All Female Art Exhibition in London’s Saatchi Gallery”
Collins, Leah, January 16,

 

2015

Art Review, “Future Greats” Harman, Graham, March/ April Issue
“Locust Projects New Exhibitions are Immersive and Contemplative”
“Synthetic Seasons” Frieze Magazone, Hanna Meave, September Issue
“Future Greats”, Art Review Magazine, Graham Harman, March/April Issue
“Mia Feuer: Mesh” Geyer, Nancy, terrain.org- Journal of the Built and Natural Environments
“Locust Projects: New Exhibitions are Immersive and Contemplative” Folgar, Abel, New Miami Times, May 25

 

2014
Opposing Views, “DC Cancels Climate Change Art Exhibition, Says It Sends The Wrong Message”, Fruchtnicht, Sarah, July 23
“DC Scraps Environmental Art Project Installation” The Grist, Mock, Brentin, July 22
“DC Scraps Climate Art Project over Pollution Fears” ARTNET, Munro, Cait, July 23
“Anacostia Sinking Gas Station Nixed” CSN Washington, July 18th
“DC Sinks an Artist’s Plan to Build a Sunken Gas Station in the Anacostia River” The Atlantic, Capps, Kriston, July 17
“A Sunken Gas Station Sends the wrong Message about the Anacostia River” Greater Greater Washington, Lawson, Julie, July 18th
“Mia Feuer Wont Install a Gas Station Sculpture in the Anacostia After All” Washington City Paper, Rogers, Jenny, July 18th
“Update: Artist’s Mock Gas Station Won’t Go in the Anacostia River” Washingtonian, Freed, Benjamin, July 18th
Feature, NBC, August 1st
Feature, “Sinking Gas Station Coming to DC” NBC, Hancock, Amanda, June 20th
Feature, CTV, Winnipeg Local News, Feb 25
Feature, The World, CBC News Radio, Monday Feb 25
Feature, “An Unkindness” The National, CBC, Hunter, Paul, television, Monday, Feb 24th
GNOMES National News service, “Keystone XL Pipeline Art Activists Undeterred by Report” Voice of America 2014 “Oil Fields Inspires Artist Black Floating Mass” Skirble, Roseanne, Voice of America, Jan 29
“The Oil Sands Inspired Art Creation That Looms in Washington” The Tyee, News, Culture, Solutions, Nikiforuk, Andrew, Jan 23
“An Unkindness, Mia Feuer at The Corcoran Gallery of Art” The Daily Serving, Murphy, Blair, Jan 12
TV, WETA,-PBS affiliate, Inaugural episode, ARTS DC- “Mia Feuer” Jan 12

 

2013
“Trashing UP North” Landscape Architecture Magazine, McKee, Brad, Nov 1
“The Gas Menagerie” Cover Story, Washington City Paper, Kapps, Krinston, Oct 31
“Mia Feuer’s Unkindness at The Corcoran” The Washington Post, Judkiss, Maura, Nov 7
“Mia Feuer, An Unkindness at The Corcoran” Gilbert, Sophia, Washington Magazine, Oct 31

 

2011
“Site Aperture, Using Materials in Unconventional Ways” Heuser, Tara, The Pinkline Project
“Site Aperture, Editor’s Pick” O’Sullivan, Michael, The Washington Post, Oct 13
“Best in Show” Ager, Lisa, The PInkline Project, Sept 12
“Trawick Prize Winner Hits the Mark!” Rosseau, Claudia, The Maryland Gazette, Sept 15
“Celebrate Labor- Where Arts and Science Meet” Jenkins, Mark, Washignton Post, Sept 12
“Magnetic Stress Cone” Kapps, Kriston, Washington Post, March 24
Suspended Landscape and Evacuation Route with Rubies” Double Review, Lynch, Elizabeth, Sculpture Magazine, Jan/Feb Issue

 

2010
“Three Exhibits for Atlanta Contemporary Art” Fox, Katherine, Access Atlanta, Oct 29
“Bridge to Nowhere” Seven Days, Vermont’s Independent Voice, Rahn, Amy, May 25
“Mia Feuer” Kapps, Kriston, Artforum, March
“Inside the Artists Studio: Mia Feuer’s Suspended landscape” Eisley, Rachel, Brightest Young Things, Mar 3
“Washington’s U Street takes a U turn” The Globe and Mail, Ritter, Judith, Mar 24
“Reviewed: Mia Feuer’s Suspended Landscape” Judkiss, Maura, Washington City Paper, March 23

 

2009
“Mia Feuer” Art In America, Koplos, Janet, September Issue
“Here and Now” Kapps, Kriston, Sculpture Magazine, Jan/Feb Issue

 

2006
“When Guns Are Toys” Abraham, Stacy, Uptown Magazine, Winnipeg, MB, October Issue
“Winnipeg’s Top 10 Best Exhibitions of 2006” Abraham, Stacy, Uptown Magazine, Winnipeg, MB, Dec Issue 2005 “Artists Young, Work Mature” Winnipeg Free Press, May 12

 

2005
“Stroke of Genius” Ball, John, Uptown Magazine, Winnipeg, May 19