Visual Arts

About Joshua Neustein

Born Danzig Poland
Lives and works in New York, Tel Aviv

City College New York B.A.
Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
Jobs: Teaching at Bezalel Academy
Chairman of Art Dept. Bezalel Academy
Awards: Jerusalem Prize
Sandberg Prize
Guggenheim Fellowship 1986
Pollock Krasner Fellowship
Israel Pavilion Venice Biennale 1995

Selected solo & group exhibitions

2017 Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas Texas, Paper Into Sculpture, Marco Maggi, Joshua Neustein, Nancy Rubins, Franz West

2016 David Zwirner Gallery NY “Cut Folded Pressed Etc”
2016 Braverman Gallery Solo “A Delicate Matter”
2015 David Lewis gallery NY Ah-Sun- Flower- Jack-Smith- Francis-Picabia
the-bar- at- the-end of-the- night- by-charles- mayton-and- lukas-knipscher.
Danese Corey Gallery NY “The Museum Imagined” group show
2014 Braverman Gallery Tel Aviv “Paper Weight” Two person show
Untitled Gallery (now Mesler Feuer Gallery) George Nakashima: In Conversation
2013 Prague Biennale curator Nicola Trezzi,
Jerusalem Drawing Biennale cur. Tal Yahas

Mariannne Boesky Gallery NY “Estate of Lucie Fontaine” group show
Steven Zevitas Gallery Boston StrokeTraceBlow, Herzeliya Museum An Ideological Collection. Curated Dalia Levin
Yona Fischer Collection Ashdod Museum, Israel

2012 Drawing in the Margins, Solo show, The Israel Museum, curated by Meira Perry Lehman
2012 UNTITLED, New York, NY “Boss” solo show

2012 Road Piece Installation, Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany, cur. by Philipp Kaiser
and Miwon Kwon.
2012 Independent Fair Untitled NY Gallery solo show

2011 “Paper Trails” Metropolitan Museum of Art cur Marla Prather
Joshua Neustein / Sergej Jensen / N. Dash, UNTITLED, New York, NY

2010 Prague Biennale, Drop Cloths (Plythylene works) curated by Nicola Trezzi

2007 Flat Bezalel Academy T.A. cur. Gilad Meltzer
2006 Boiling Point, Kollek Stadium, Jerusalem, IL
2005 Luftkissen, Sherring Art Space, Berlin, DE
2000 Domestic Tranquility Bne Brak, Hertzliya Museum of Art, Hertzliya, IL dir. Dalia Levine, cur. Wendy Shafir.

1999 Polish Forests, Magnetic Fields, Carbon Copies, Rose Art Museum, Waltham, MA, US, cur. by Wendy Shafir and Susan Stoops.
Light on the Ashes, Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston Salem, NC, US

1997 Deutschlandbilder, Gropius Bau, Berlin, curated by Ekhardt Gillen

1997 Blind Library, Beit Ariela Tel Aviv, curated by Wendy Shafir
1995 Magnetic Drawings, Wynn Kramarsky Exhibition Space, New York, NY, US, cur. by Wendy Shafir
The Possessed Library (David Koresh), Venice Biennale Israeli Pavilion, Venice, IT
1993 The Carbon Series, Still Life on the Border, Grey Art Gallery, New York, NY, US, cur. by Tom Sokolowsky
Early and Late Works by Joshua Neustein, Bertha Urdang Gallery, NY, USA
1992 The Carbon Series, Albright Know Gallery, Buffalo, NY, cur. by Douglas Schultz
1887 Joshua Neustein, Maps, Exit Art, New York, NY, US
1984 Gallery X+, Brussels, BE

The Hidden Drawings, Givon Gallery, Tel Aviv, IL
Joshua Neustein’s Maps, Israel Museum, Jerusalem, IL cur Yigal Zalmona
Drawings 1983, de Menasce Gallery, Israel Museum, IL

1980 Where are the Miami Indians, City Beautiful Council, Dayton, OH, US
Neustein, Folded Canvases, Mary Boone Gallery, New York, NY, US
1977 Neustein – Ten Years of Works on Paper, Tel Aviv Museum, cur. by Sarah Breitberg

Special projects and selected group exhibitions
2012 To the Ends of the Earth, Museum Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA, US
2011 Paper Trails: Selected Works from the Collection, 1934-2001, Metropolitan
Museum of Art, New York, NY
Nature Nation, Museum on the Seam, Jerusalem, IL
West End, Museum on the Seam, Jerusalem, IL, cur. Raphie Etgar

2010 The Right to Protest, Museum on the Seam, Jerusalem, IL, cur. Raphie Etgar
2009 Nature Nation, Museum on the Seam, Jerusalem, IL, cur. Raphie Etgar
2005 Poles Apart, Venice Biennale Maritime Museum, Venice, IT,
2004 What Did I Forget, Petach Tikva Museum, Petach Tikva, IL, cur. by Drorit Gur Arye

Joshua Neustein

Visual Arts
Digital Art / Multimedia, Drawing & Painting

New York, New York, United States
Grant Recipient

Artist Gallery