JONATHAN FELDSCHUH

Education:
1982-1986 Harvard University, A.B. summa cum laude, Physics
1993-1996 Academy of Fine Arts, Prague
Selected Solo Exhibitions:
2021 1GAP Gallery, Brooklyn, New York
2017 “Particles”, OPUS Project Space, New York
2016 “Large Hadron Collider”, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, with subsequent travel to Keck Institute, Washington DC; Janelia Gallery, Ashburn Virginia (2017); Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Bethesda, MD (2017)
2013 “The World Egg”, Skink Ink Editions, Brooklyn, New York
2012 “Large Hadron Collider”, Mixed Greens Project Space, New York
2008 “Large Hadron Collider”, Galerie Vernon & Vernon Projekt, Prague
2005 “Simulations”, Cynthia Broan Gallery, New York
“Jonathan Feldschuh – Paintings”, AAAS Gallery, Washington DC
2004 “Trajectories”, Marella Arte Contemporanea, Como
2003 “Solar”, Art Resources Transfer, New York
2002 “macro-mini”, Vernon Fine Art International, Prague
“Macrocosm”, Cynthia Broan Gallery, New York
2000 “Little Corner of the World”, Cynthia Broan Gallery, New York
Selected Group Exhibitions:
2019 “Citizen/Artist”, TCNJ Art Gallery, Ewing, New Jersey, with subsequent travel to Center for the Arts, Northeastern University, MA
2017 “The Cloud and the Void”, UES Gallery, New York
“Resonators” 524W26 Gallery, New York
2016 “Visual Inquiries: Artists Inspired by Science”, Fingesten Gallery at Pace University, New York
“Dialogues: Drawings and Works on paper”, Satellite Contemporary, Las Vegas
2015 “Sun Light / Star Light: Contemplations Upon the Solar Orb” – Louisiana Art & Science Museum
2014 “Pouring it On”, Herter Art Gallery, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
2013 “Open Canvas”, The Paper Factory, Queens, New York
2012 “The Quantum Effect”, The Active Space, New York
“Laboratory”, Pfizer Labs, Brooklyn
2010 “Lost Horizon” ArtJail Gallery, New York
2009 “Starry Messenger: Galileo’s Vision in the 21st Century”, Louisiana Art & Science Museum
2006 “Science as Muse”, Montgomery Center for the Arts, New Jersey
“Native New Yorker”, Supreme Trading, Brooklyn
2005 “Salon”, Makor Gallery, New York
“Beautiful Dreamer”, Spaces Gallery, Cleveland
2004 “DNA: Art & Science”, University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum
Art Miami (with Cynthia Broan Gallery)
2003 “Before and After Science”, Marella Arte Contemporanea, Milan
Art Chicago (with Cynthia Broan Gallery)
2002 “Vivid”, Mead Gallery, Warwick Arts Center, Coventry; Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, Sunderland
“DNA”, Art Resources Transfer, New York
2001 “Vivid”, Richard Salmon Gallery, London
“Blotto”, Klein Art Works, Chicago
“Re: Duchamp”, S. Maria Ausiliatrice, Venice (concurrent with Biennale); Istanbul Biennial
“Some Are Painting”, John Gibson Gallery, New York
“Oomph”, Klein Art Works, Chicago
“New American Talent 16”, Jones Center for Contemporary Art, Austin (with additional Texas venues)
2000 “Winter Paper”, Catherine Moore Gallery, New York
“Flatfiles Traveling Exhibition”, Pierogi 2000 Gallery (@ Post Gallery, Los Angeles, Yerba Buena Arts Center, San Francisco)
“Substance”, Neoimages Gallery, New York
“Pix”, Lance Fung Gallery, New York
“Yard Sale”, Downtown Arts Festival, New York
“(In)visible”, Wittman Lawrence Gallery, Vancouver
“Summer Paper”, Catherine Moore Gallery, New York
“Loopy”, Gallery Korea, New York
“Re: Duchamp”, Kulturbahnhof, Bremen; Emmanuel Heller Gallery, Tel Aviv; The Artist’s Museum, Lodz
1999 “Jonathan Feldschuh & Leemour Pelli”, Hartnett-Murray Gallery, New York
“Size Matters”, Gale Gates Gallery, New York
“The Paper Show”, Hartnett-Murray Gallery, New York
1998 “Abstraction”, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami
“The Preview Show”, Hartnett-Murray Gallery, New York
 Selected Awards:
2010 Terna Prize 02, Finalist (Catalog)
2002 Sante Fe Art Institute, Residency
1998 Edward F. Albee Foundation, Summer Residency
1986 DAAD (Goethe Haus) grant
 

Selected Bibliography:

2021 Hyperallergic, ”Jonathan Feldschuh’s Visions of a Subatomic World”, Carter Ratcliff
SciArt Magazine, Volume 44, “Movement, Painted”
2017 Nautilus, vol. 44, January 2017, “The Multiple Multiverses May Be One and the Same”, Dan Falk (image); “How Art Can Make the Data Pop”, Shannon Hall (2 images)
SciArt Magazine, October, “The Void and the Cloud”
2016 PNAS, vol. 113 no. 32 ‘Science and Culture: Modern “Cathedral” Offers Artistic Inspiration’, David Harris
SciArt Magazine, August, “Stellar Ashes” (images of four paintings)
Cold Facts, vol. 32, no. 3 (cover image)
Issues in Science and Technology, Winter 2016, “Large Hadron Collider: Paintings by Jonathan Feldshuh” (5-page photo feature)
The Scientist, 10/14/16, “Double Take: Science-Inspired Art”, Ashley Taylor
2015 Sun Light / Star Light: Contemplations Upon the Solar Orb, catalog with essay by Elizabeth Weinstein, Louisiana Art & Science Museu
The Advocate, “Human’s link with the sun examined in Louisiana Art & Science Museum exhibit”, Robin Miller
2014 Pouring it On, catalog with essay by Trevor Richardson, University of Massachusets, Amherst
2013 Astronomy, 12/3/13, “World Egg: Jonathan Feldschuh’s artistic interpretation of Planck satellite data”, Sarah Scoles
SciArt In America, December 2013, “In the Studio with Jonathan Feldschuh”, Ashley Taylor
Popular Science, “Big Pic: The Universe Reimagined As A Fiery Egg”, Shaunacy Ferro
Bushwick Daily, “The Quantum Effect at The Active Space Brings a Touch of  Mystery”,  Jen Hitchings
2009 The Advocate, “LASM art exhibit celebrates Galileo’s vision”, Robin Miller
2008 Prague Post,”Cosmic connections”, Tony Ozuna
Science, “Two Cultures”
2005 Simulations catalog; “Art and Science – Re-mixed” (essay by Lilly Wei)
Nature, “Colour Vision”, Alison Abbott
2003 “Before and After Science” (catalog, essay by Primo Marella)
Genome News Network, 6/13/2003, “Molecules and Galaxies”, Birgit Reinert
2002 tema celeste, july/august, “jonathan feldschuh”, Steven Vincent
Village Voice, June 11, Kim Levin
Artnet, June  4, “Weekend Update”, Walter Robinson
Astronomy.com, May, “The Universe on Canvas “, Kelly Kizer Whitt
“Macrocosm” (catalog, essay by Gregory Williams)
Metro News, July 24, 2002, “Brush Strokes Battle Back”, Rich Jevons
THE, “Oh Look -painting is back on the menu again!”, Gail Nina Anderson
TimeOut London, January 9-16, “Vivid”, Martin Herbert
Contemporary, February, “Thinking in the Abstract”, David Ryan
The Times (London), January 9, “Around the Galleries”, John Russell Taylor
The Art Newspaper, January, “Alison Jackson and ‘Vivid’”
2001 “Vivid” (catalog, essay by David Ryan)
New York Times, June 29, “Some Are Painting”, Ken Johnson
“New American Talent 16” (catalog)
2000 Artforum, December, “Jonathan Feldschuh”, Frances Richard
Shout Magazine, October, “Jonathan Feldschuh”, Mark Kostabi
“Little Corner of the World” (catalog, essay by Max Henry)
Cover, May, “Leemour Pelli / Jonathan Feldschuh”, Celine Curiol