Anne Vieux was interviewed by Brian Alfred for SOUND & VISION, a podcast focusing on conversations with Artists and Musicians about the creative process. To listen to the podcast, click here.
E-Flux has chosen an image of Anne Vieux’s work, //Primary Curve (Double Vision Series), to accompany an article about Charlotte Shane’s review of psychedelic books in the March-April issue of Bookforum. You can find the full article here.
Yannis Kostarias has interviewed Anne Vieux for Art Verge. Describing her works as “narcotic visualisations,” Kostarias writes: “With frisky wit, [Vieux] produces innovative art pieces of luminescence, presenting computer-based paintings formed by alluring and creative rigour, full of an optical opulence and multicoloured depth.” To read the full interview, click here.
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Artzealous has listed Command Field, Anne Vieux’s solo show at The Hole in New York City, as one of the top five art events to see this weekend. The author writes: “Vieux works in the great tradition of artists who use tools wrong.” To read the full review, click here.
Anne Vieux’s solo show Command Field opens tonight at The Hole in lower Manhattan in New York City, and will run through 4 March. More more information, click here.
Works by Anne Vieux will be included in the upcoming group show, A Space For Thought at Brand New Gallery in Milan. Within a show that aims to showcase artists who push the boundaries of painting as a medium, Vieux’s digitally manipulated paintings will be showcased alongside works by Marina Adam, Betty Tompkins, and Amy Feldman. A Space For Thought will run from 30 November – 10 February 2018. For more information, click here.
Big Red and Shiny writer Raina Belleau explores Anne Vieux’s contribution to the group show Painters & Photographers at Reilly Gallery, Providence College. Placing Vieux’s installation in the show at the center of discussion, Belleau writes: “Above all the other images Vieux’s framed work drifting on the oil slick wall, feels like it speaks most to photography now and the frustrations of the artists trying to bring the medium into a new era where it is an equal to the old classics of painting and sculpture.” Read the full review here.
Anne Vieux will present a new work in the Skybridge Project Space at Elsewhere in Brooklyn, New York. On view through November 12, the immersive painting will create an environment for the viewer to engage with the work an altered space. Elsewhere writes, “Like a kind of self-contained viewing station, Vieux stages each component to envelope the viewer into a luminescent painting of tonal hues.” For more information, click here.
Anne Vieux’s works, ////soft wavelength (2017) and //interrupter (2017) are included in Scott Indrisek’s article on The Journal Gallery co-founder Michael Nevin. Both works are currently on view at The Journal Gallery in New York until October 27. More information can be found here.
Brooke Schueller mentions Anne Vieux in a review of Unfamiliar Again: Contemporary Women Abstractionists, a group show at the Newcomb Art Museum. Describing Vieux’s technique, Schueller writes: “Vieux uses scans of holographic paper to create whirling works of hidden dimensions and rich color.” Read the full review here.
“Unquestionable Optimism” this year’s “The Barn Show” by Johannes Vogt Gallery opens tomorrow. The show includes the work of Ivana Baśič and Anne Vieux, alongside many others. Find all the details here.
Tabitha Steinberg interviews Anne Vieux on FAD and asks her about her work and recent exhibition at Annka Kultys Gallery. Elaborating on the show’s title Mesh, Vieux states, “I was thinking about the barrier between screens and the body as one layer of mesh, as well as the architecture of the gallery as a mesh. The more I thought about mesh, I was able to structure ideas around mediation, the body, femininity.” Read the full interview here.
Artnet lists “Unquestionable Optimism – The Barn Show” with Ivana Baśič, Alexandra Gorczynski and Anne Vieux as one of its 12 Must-See Art Shows Happening in the Hamptons This Summer. Read the full article here.
Anne Vieux’s work will be included in “Unfamiliar Again:
Contemporary Women Abstractionists”, a group show which will be on show at The Newcomb Art Museum of Tulane University from 24 August to 23 December 2017. The show will “explore new ways of abstraction based on experimental, process-oriented methods.” Find all details here.
Anne Vieux was interviewed by Giulia Ponzano about her recent show ‘mesh’ at AKG. Meditating on the show’s title Vieux is quoted saying: “I used the concept of enmeshment loosely, thinking about how the viewer might be seduced into the surfaces of the paintings, and boundaries between what is physical / digital.” Read the full interview here.
Anne Vieux’s exhibition mesh at AKG is described as “digitally mesmerising” in the Londonist’s Art Review and list of “Things to do today in London”. Read the full article here.
Anne Vieux’s current exhibition mesh at AKG is included in Tabish Khan’s list of “The Top Nine Exhibitions to see this week in London”. Khan writes that the works “…fool the eyes and appear to change right in front of us.” Read the full article here.
Upper Playground features Anne Vieux’s abstract paintings. Coverage can be found here.
Booooooom features work by Anne Vieux. View all images here.
Anne Vieux’s exhibition mesh at AKG is mentioned on Mousse Magazine. Read the full article here .
mesh , Anne Vieux’s solo exhibition at AKG, is reported by AQNB. More information can be found here.
Anne Vieux’s mesh as AKG is featured on Galleries Now, with the inclusion of VR 360 degree views of the exhibition. Read the full article here.
Anne Vieux was interviewed by Alternative Escape about her upcoming solo exhibition Mesh at AKG this month. “This exhibition will create a space for the viewers’ bodies to exist within the mesh of the work, but also an out of body element…potentially a parallel virtual experience.” explains Vieux. Read the full interview here.
Anne Vieux is interviewed in The Material issue in March 2017 of MASK Magazine. Vieux is quoted saying: “I’ve seen some work that focuses on the body and the application of technology via the body. I think about the social effects of technology and colour.” Read the full article here.
Anne Vieux has been reviewed by AQNB in relation to her recent exhibition same window, different day in Chicago. You can read the full review here. Her work will be featured at Annka Kultys Gallery in London in April 2017. Save the date!