Malerie Marder  (1971)

Geboren in Philadelphia. Woont en werkt in Los Angeles, CA, USA.

1993 Bard College, Annandale on the Hudson, NY, B.A.
1998 Yale University, New Haven, CT, M.F.A.


Nine, Galerie Gabriel Rolt, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Nine, Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, NY

Inland Empire, Maureen Paley / Interim Art, London, England

Malerie Marder, McKinney Avenue Contemporary, Dallas, TX

At Rest, Salon 94, New York, New York

Malerie Marder, Maureen Paley / Interim Art, London, England

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The Photographers Gallery, London, England
Because I Was Flesh, Lawrence Rubin Greenberg Van Doren Fine Art, NY


Summer Group Show, Yossi Milo Gallery, New York, NY
Eloi: Stumbling Towards Paradise, California Museum of Photography, Riverside, CA

Sight/Insight: Contemporary Photography from the Heather and Tony Podesta Collection, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington DC
Wrestle, The Hessel Museum, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
Shoot the Family, curated by Ralph Rugoff, Cranbrook Art Museum,
Bloomfield Hils, Michigan, Knoxville Museum of Art,
Knoxville, Tennessee, Western Gallery,
Western Washington University, Bellingham, Washington
Galerie Gabriel Rolt, Amsterdam (g)

Remote Control, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia
Double Exposure, Godt-Cleary Projects, Las Vegas, NV
NYC BLING-BLING, curated by Dimitrios Antonitsis, Modena, Italy

California Biennial, Orange County Museum, Newport Beach, CA
Art as Autobiography, curated by Norman Dubrow, Rare Gallery, New York

Double Exposure, G Fine Art, Washington D.C.
Boys of Summer, ClampArt, NY
blackbox, Edinburgh College of Art in collaboration with The Edinburgh Film
Festival, Edinburgh, Scotland

The Contemporary Art Project Collection, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA
The Norman Dubrow Biennial, Kagan Martos Gallery, New York, NY
Flora, Scott Cook Fine Art, New York
Voyeur, Patrick De Brock Gallery, Knokke-le-Zoute, Belgium
The Beach, The Gallery at Windsor, Vero Beach, FL

The Lightness of Being Unbearable, Sommer Contemporary Art, Tel-Aviv
Boomerang: Collectors Choice II, Exit Art, NY, curated by Meredith Verona
Installed Collections / Collections Installed, Mason Gross School of the Arts,
Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
Casino 2001, Stedelijk Museum Voor Actuel Kunst Gent, Belgium
Tell It Like It Is, Diehl Vorderwuelbecke, Berlin, Germany

Emotional Rescue, Center on Contemporary Art, Seattle, WA
Living Room, Chicago Project Room, Los Angeles, CA
New Photography II, David Klein Gallery, Birmingham, MI
Kohn Turner Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
White Columns, NY

Another Girl, Another Planet, Lawrence Rubin Greenberg Van Doren Fine Art, NY

Naked and Famous, Jessica Fredericks Gallery, NY

New Narratives/New Talent Laurence Miller Gallery, NY

Photographers 25 and Under, Pace MacGill, NY (traveled)

2006 O’Sullivan, Michael, “Gaining ‘Insight’ at Corcoran,” The Washington Post,
December 8
“Speaking in Tongues,” W Magazine, October, p. 230 (illus.)
Worth, Alexi, “Malerie Marder,” The New Yorker, September 25, p. 38.
Time Out New York, August 31, p. 74 (illus.)
"Malerie Marder," The New Yorker, September 11
2005 Kent, Sarah, "Malerie Marder: Maureen Paley," Time Out London, no. 1821,
July 13-20
Lack, Jessica, "Malerie Marder, London," The Guide, July 2-8
2004 “The Ancient Queen of Sheba vs. Young California Hopefuls,” KCRW Arts &
Culture: Art Talk, October 20
Schoenkopf, Rebecca, “Neo Classy,” OC Weekly, October 15
Knight, Christopher, "Biennial arrives, and so does a museum," Los Angeles
Times, October 13
Chang, Richard, "The Art of the New," The Orange County Register,
October 10
Bourbon, Matthew, "Malerie Marder - Controlled Exposure," NY Arts,
June 15
Terranova, N., Charissa, "Cold Flesh: Malerie Marder´s bodies make a strange
mix of life, death and the unknown," Dallas Observer, April 22
2003 Kerr, Merrily, "Breaking Up Is Hard To Do: Girl Photographers Fight Back,"
Flash Art, October, p. 82-85
Johnson, Ken, “Art in Review” The New York Times, Friday, July 3
Worth, Alexi, "Malerie Marder," The New Yorker, March 10
Schmerler, Sarah, "Sleeping Beauty," TimeOut, New York, Feb 6-13
McDevitt, Siobhan, "A Thousand Words," Artforum, January
2002 Lisa Corrin, Tara Young, Sam Collects: Contemporary Art Project, Seattle Art
Museum, Seattle, WA, exhibition catalogue
Torday, Daniel, “The Best and Brightest," Esquire, December
Casavecchia, Barbara, "Ragazze che guardano", la Repubblica delle Donne, November
Meagher, David, "How to be ´in´ like Flynn," The Australian Review Magazine, June
Tuchman, Phyllis, "Variety Photoplays," Art in America, June
Herbert, Martin, “Malerie Marder: Interim Art", TimeOut, London, Jan 16-23
Cosgrave, Bronwyn, “In Vogue ‘natural touch’", Vogue, January
Cork, Richard, “Malerie Marder," The Times, Play, January 5
Brink, Bob, "Honing in on Art," Palm Beach Illustrated, January
Pederson, Vicotria, “Malerie Marder’s Naked Eye,” Art & Auction, January
2001 Carotenuto, Gianna, “Malerie Marder,” Tema Celeste, November
Schonauer, David, “The Hot Shots,” Worth, July – August
Crager, Jack, “Girl Power,” American Photo, March – April
Johnson, Ken, “Art in Review: The Armory Show 2001,” The New York
Times, February 23
Dogloff, Stephanie, “Girl Power,” American Photo, March/April
Vincent, Steven, “Alice in Levittown,” Art & Auction, February
2000 Kent, Sarah, “Critic’s Choice: Malerie Marder,” Time Out London,
November 1 – 8
Brasseur, Beatrice, “Des Livres…,” L’Express Le Magazine, September 11
Hall, Shannon, “Live Flesh,” Detour, Summer
Robinson, Walter, “Weekend Update,”, June
Aletti, Vince, “Voice Choices,” The Village Voice, June 13
Williams, Rynn, “The Art of Identity from the Women of Yale,” American Photo,
Smith, Roberta, “Art in Review,” The New York Times, June 9
Halle, Howard, “Malerie Marder: Because I Was Flesh," Time Out, June 1-8
Remy, Patrick, “Planète femme,” Numéro, May
Reichert, Herb, “RexRated Art: In the Galleries This Week,”,
May 25
Henry, Max, “Gotham Dispatch,” exhibition review,, May 25
Hayt, Elizabeth, “Seeking the Naked Truth, and Finding It Nearby,” The New
York Times, May 21
Wagner, Bruce, Because I Was Flesh, Lawrence Rubin Greenberg Van Doren
Fine Art, NY, May, exhibition catalogue
Homes, A. M., “Hot Shots,” Harper’s Bazaar, February 2000
1999 Melcher, Charles, ed., Voyeur, Melcher Media / Harper Collins Books, November
Siegal, Katy, “Openings: Malerie Marder,” ArtForum, October
Siegal, Katy, “Another Girl, Another Planet,” ArtForum, September
Henry, Max, “Another Girl Another Planet,” Flash Art, May- June
Sand, Michael, “Another Girl Another Planet,” Artnews, June
Art Actuel, ‘Malerie Marder, Voir Sans Etre Vue…,’ May-June
Henry, Max, “Gotham Dispatch,”, May 18
Johnson, Ken, “Art in Review: Another Girl Another Planet,” The New
York Times, April 16
Arning, Bill, “The Sisters From Another Planet,” Time Out, April 8 – 15
Aletti, Vince, “Imitation of Life,” The Village Voice, April 6
Hamilton, William, “The Mainstream Flirts With Pornography Chic,” The
New York Times, Style Section, March 21
1998 DArt International, “Naked and Famous at Jessica Fredericks Gallery,” Fall
Saltz, Jerry, “Naked and Famous - New Photography,” Time Out, July 30
Johnson, Ken, “Art In Review: Naked and Famous,” The New York Times, July 10
1997 George, Alice Rose (editor), Twenty Five And Under / Photographers,
introduction by Robert Coles, Doubletake / W.W. Norton and Company, NY
LaSala, Anthony, “Rising Star, Malerie Marder,” Photo District News,
1996 George, Alice Rose, “A View From the 20’s,” The New York Times Magazine,
August 18
1995 Coles, Robert; Harris, Alex, editors, Doubletake, Center for Documentary
Studies, Duke University, Fall

Wrestle, exhibition catalogue, Hessel Museum, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY, 2006.
Vitamin Ph: New Perspectives in Photography, Phaidon, 2006.
Shoot the Family, exhibition catalogue, Cranbrook Art Museum, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Knoxville Museum of Art, Knoxville, Tennessee, Western Gallery, Western Washington University, Bellingham, Washington, 2006.
Remote Control, exhibition catalogue, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia,
The Orange County Museum of Art´s 2004 California Biennial, exhibition catalogue, Orange
County Museum, CA; text by Elizabeth Armstrong, Irene Hofmann, Kristin Chambers, Gary Levine and Jane Simon, 2004.
Curve: The Female Nude Now, David Ebony, Jane Harris, Frances Richard, Martha
Schwendener & Sarah Valdez, foreword by Linda Yablonsky, Universe Press,
New York, NY, 2003.
The Spirit of Family, by Al and Tipper Gore, Henry Holt & Co. NY, 2002.
Emotional Rescue: the Contemporary Art Project Collections, text by Farris, Linda and
others, The Center for Contemporary Art / The Seattle Art Museum, WA, 2002.
Double Exposure, edited by Jorg Schellmann, Edition Schellmann, NY 2002.
The Beach, foreword by Alannah Weston, Art on the Beach by Robert Rosenblum, Windsor,
Vero Beach, FL 2001.
Casino 2001: 1st Quadrennial of Contemporary Art, exhibition catalogue,
S.M.A.K. / Stedelijk Museum Voor Actuele Kunst Gent, Belgium; text by Jan
Hoet, Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn, Lars Bang Larsen and others, 2001.
Dormir/Sleep, edited by Alexis Fabry, Celine Fribourg and Gregory Leroy, Coromandel Press, Paris, 2000.
Malerie Marder: Because I Was Flesh, exhibition catalogue, Lawrence Rubin Greenberg Van
Doren Fine Art, NY; text by Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn & Bruce Wagner, 2000.
Another Girl, Another Planet, exhibition catalogue, text by A.M. Homes, introduction by
Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn, Lawrence Rubin Greenberg Van Doren Fine Art,
New York, 1999.
25 and Under Photographers, edited by Alice Rose George, Norton & Company Inc.,
NY, 1996.

Museum Collections
Bard College, Annandale on Hudson, NY
Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY
The Mint Museum, Charlotte, NC
The National Gallery of Victoria Melbourne, Australia
The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, NY
Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA

Schickle-Collingwood Prize Yale University
The John Ferguson Weir Award Yale University

Teaching experience
2004 Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, Visiting Lecturer
2000-2004 UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, Visiting Faculty

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Exposities (komt nu voorbij)

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Patrick De Brock Gallery, Knokke

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