BIOGRAPHY

Eve Sussman was born in 1961, England and lives in Brooklyn, New York.

EDUCATION

1989
Skowhegan School

1984
Bennington College, B.A. Fine Arts

1983
University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand

1979
Robert College, Istanbul, Turkey

EXHIBITIONS AND INSTALLATIONS

2008
The Rape of the Sabine Women, Smart Museum, University of Chicago

2007
The Rape of the Sabine Women, Hamburger Bahnhof, Contemporary Art Museum, Berlin
The Rape of the Sabine Women, IFC Theater, NYC

2006
Videozone 3, Videozone - International Video-Art Biennial, Tel-Aviv
89 seconds at Alcázar, the Power Plant, Toronto, Ontario
The Kids are Alright, Gabriel Rolt Gallery, Amsterdam
Dresscode, St. Gallen’s History and Folklore Museum, St. Gallen
The Paper Sculpture Show, CAC – Cincinnai Arts Center, Cincinnati OH
Eve Sussman and the Rufus Corporation: 89 seconds at Alcázar, Museo Nacional de Arte Reina Sofia MNCARS, Madrid
Infinite Painting – Contemporary Painting and Global Realism, Villa Manin Centro d’arte Contemporanea, Udine
89 seconds at Alcázar, Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC

2005
89 seconds at Alcázar, Weatherspoon Art Museum, South Carolina
Superstars, Kunstforum, Vienna, Austria
In the Company of Old Masters, Colnaghi Gallery, London, UK
Istanbul Pedestrian Exhibitions 2: Tünel – Karaköy
89 seconds at Alcázar, St. Johannes Evangelist-Kirche, Berlin, Germany
89 seconds at Alcázar, Butler Gallery, Kilkenny Ireland
On War, Smack Mellon, Brooklyn, NY
Velázquez a Capodimonte, Napoli Museo di Capodimonte, Italy
89 seconds at Alcázar, Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI
89 Seconds at Alcazar, UNION, London
Eve Sussman: 89 seconds at Alcázar, Rice University Art Gallery, Houston, TX

2004
89 seconds at Alcázar, Museu Picasso, Barcelona
Re-Installation of the Collection; New Acquisition; Museum of Modern Art, NYC
Media Scope Museum of Modern Art, NYC
Closed Universes – Williamsburg, New York. Zagreb, Croatia
89 seconds at Alcázar, Focal Point Gallery, Southend-on-Sea, Essex, UK
Whitney Biennial 2004, Whitney Museum, NYC
89 Seconds at Alcazar, Margaret Harvey Gallery, Hertfordshire UK
Sprawl, Chewyprojects, NYC

2003
The Paper Sculpture Show, Sculpture Center, LIC, NY

2002
Eye-Stalk, Smack-Mellon Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Artist to Artist, Ace Gallery, NYC
Brooklyn in Paris, Espace Paul Ricard, Paris, France

2001
Dialogue of Things, Mysliborz Regional Museum, Mysliborz, Poland

1999
China/White - scenes from an exile, Bronwyn Keenan Gallery, NYC

1998
Seven Year Itch, Ambrosino Gallery, Miami FL
InSitu, site-specific installation @ Linda Hall Library, Kansas City, MO

1997
5th International Istanbul Biennial, Istanbul, Turkey
New York Drawers, Pierogi 2000 @ the Gasworks, London U.K.
Ornithology, Bronwyn Keenan Gallery, NYC
Just what do you think your doing Dave?, WAH Center, Brooklyn, NY
The Road Show, Bronwyn Keenan Gallery, NYC

1996
Casa Tua è Casa Mia, American Academy in Rome, Italy

1995
River Blindness, Sculpture Center @ Roosevelt Island, NYC
Sculpture Space - 20 Years, (film/video screening) Utica, New York

1994
Who has enlarged this hole?, (sculpture/video installation) 53 West 9th St., NYC
Rough Cuts: The Extended Artists Notebook, Henry Street Settlement, NYC

1993
Emerging Sculptors ‘93, Sculpture Center, NYC
Monsoon Wait, Six Sculptors Exhibition, L.I.U. Campus, NYC
A Room with a View, indoor water/wind installation, Sharpe Foundation, NYC
Brooklyn-Queens, Space Program, NYC

1992
Extrinsic/Divergent: Made in Germany, Amerika Haus, Berlin, Germany
The Americas?, Socrates Sculpture Park, Long Island City, NYC

1991
Wasserwerke, installation in the river Panke, Berlin, Germany

FILMS

2005
The Rape of the Sabine Women, single channel High Definition Video
Cliff House, multi channel installation

2003
89 seconds at Alcazar, single channel video based on Las Meninas

2002
Portman’s Looking Glass, a 4 projector installation,150ft. 16mm loop
Fly Right, a video triptych of Hasidic girls playing dodge ball

2001
Solace, a short film featuring soprano Kati Agocs

2000
China White - Scenes from an exile, three screen panoramic video installation

1999
Ten Women and a Shark or 15 years in 5:30, a short film

1998
Town Topic, three channel panoramic video installation, shot at Town Topic, Kansas City

1997
How to tell the future from the past, 12 channel surveillance video installation in the
Serkeci Train Station, Istanbul, Turkey
The Whites were a Mystery, 3 channel video filmed in Lomé, Togo

1996
Imagining Beforehand, 3 channel video, NYC

1995
Die Platzsünde, collaboration w/Ricoh Gerbl & Ivana Mestrovic, Rome/NYC

1993
Real Time, single channel video

1989
New Koke: An Advertisement for Real Life, a short pixal-vision video w/Karen Hatch

COLLABORATIONS

2005
Coming Soon to a River Near You, Multi channel Video Installation with Ioannis Savvidis

2002
Agile Transfer, set & video design for choreographer Hope Clark

2000
S”- video for dance by Sasha Waltz, Schaubühne am Lehninerplatz, Berlin

1995
The Master Builder, sculpture for theater, directed by Marianne Weems

1991
Der Geist der Mühle, performance & sculpture in the river Panke, Berlin, Germany

VISITING ARTIST

2005
Middlebury College Visiting Faculty
Skowhegan Visiting Faculty
Clark/Getty Workshops, Art History and the Moving Image, Getty Institute, LA, CA

2004
Clark/Getty Workshops, Art History and the Moving Image, Williams College, Williamstown, MA
Carnegie Mellon, Pittsburgh PA

2002
University of Hertfordshire, Hatfeild UK

1999
University of Hawai’i @ Manoa

1997
Graduate Program @ Bard College

1996
RISD - Rome Program, Tyler-Rome Program, Parsons

1994
Rhode Island School of Design, Tyler School of Art

1990
Wake-Forest University, Hamilton College, Colgate University

AWARDS AND RESIDENCIES

2005
J F Costopoulos Foundation Grant
New York State Council on the Arts - Media Production Grant

2004
Hauptstadtkulturfonds, Berlin

2002
New York State Council on the Arts - Media Production grant

2000
Jerome Foundation Grant

1999
New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship


1996
Graham Foundation Grant

1995
John Simon Guggenheim Foundation Grant
American Academy in Rome Fellowship
Art Matters Inc. Grant

1992/3
The Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation - Space Program
Athena Foundation Grant

1991
Luftbrückendank Foundation Grant, Berlin, Germany
Bildhauerwerkstätten-Berlin, Germany

1990
Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant
Ludwig Vogelstien Foundation Grant, Yaddo
Artists Space Artists Grant
Sculpture Space, Utica, NY

BIBLIOGRAPHY

2006
Gregos, Katarina, “Eve Sussman, The Rape of the Sabine Women”, Flash Art, Jan/Feb
Cacoulidis, Cleo, “Sabine Modern: On Location with Eve Sussman & The Rufus Corporation”, Art Papers , Jan/Feb
Coulson, Amanda, “Spontaneous Combustion”, Modern Painters, Dec. 2005/Jan 2006

2005
Spyridaki, Alexandra, “Video Art”, Epsilon, April 17th
Schumacher, Mary Louise, “Homage to the Master”, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, February 17th
Mays-Powell, Harriet and Eve Sussman, “Frieze Frame”, New York Magazine, February 14th
Hoban, Phoebe, “Into the Mosh Pit with Velasquez and David“, The New York Times, February 6th,
Snider, Suzanne, “Eve Sussman”, The Believer, February
Maclaren, Becca, “Another look at Velasquez”, Bennington, Fall 2004/Winter 2005

2004
Stevens, Mark, “Beyond the Frame”, New York Magazine, December 13th
Gopnik, Blake, “ Whittling Down the Whitney”, The Washington Post, March 14th
Saltz, Jerry, “Being There”, The Village Voice, May 7th

2003
Sussman, Eve, “The Paper Sculpture Book”, Goggles for Kaleidoscope Eyes, Cabinet

2001
Sussman, Eve, Cabinet Instant Replay, Fall 2001

2000
Sussman, Eve, “The Whites Were a Mystery”, Peirogi Press, Fall

1999
Anton, Saul, “Eve Sussman, China/White (Art Reviews)”, Time Out, September
“Goings on about town, Eve Sussman”, NewYorker, October

1997
Halle, Howard, “Eve Sussman, Ornithology” (Art Reviews), Time Out
Smith, Roberta, “Despite Changes a Gallery Scene that’s Resilient”, The New York Times, May
Schwendener, Martha, “Eve Sussman, Ornithology”, The New Art Examiner, July
Fritz von Klinggäff, Die Tagezeitung, “Das Verschwinden des Barbiers”, November
Gear, Josephine, “Eve Sussman @ Bronwyn Keenan Gallery”, Review, May
Berger, Laurel, “In Their Sights”, Art News, April

1996
Coen, Eva, “Casa tua `e Casa mia”, Guiliette, September 1996

1995
Glueck, Grace, “Prowling the City for Public Art”, The New York Observer, August 1995
Cotter, Holland, The New York Times, August 1995

1994
Melrod, George, Sculpture, (NYC exhibition review), January 1994
Mattei, Peter, “Who has enlarged this hole?” (catalogue), May 1994.
Levin, Kim, “Choices”, Village Voice, June 1994.
Levin, Kim, “Down the Rabbit Hole”, Village Voice, June 1994
Lindsay, David, “A Mad House”, New York Press, June 1994

1993
Zeigler, Ulf Erdmann, “Zusammenscluß zum Zweck der Selbstauflösung”, Die tageszeitung, January
Wittemann, Jochen, “Verrätselte Studie, Witzeige Installation”, Märkische Allegmeine, February
Schwendenwein, Jude, “Six Sculptors”, (catalogue essay), July
Kimmelman, Michael, “Sculpture’s Season in the Sun”, New York Times, August 6th
Giusti, Karen, “Signatures in the Public Sphere”, Public Art Review, Spring/Summer