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Judit Reigl : dépôt exceptionnel
24 juin - 3 septembre 2017

Les Abattoirs Musée - Frac Occitanie Toulouse
http://www.lesabattoirs.org/

Last exhibitions

Judit Reigl : Late Paintings and Drawings
November 11, 2016 - fébruary 3, 2017
http://merchanthouse.nl/


Judit Reigl
Déroulement - Dessins des années 2010
Exposition du 21 avril au 4 juin
Inauguration mercredi 20 avril à l'occasion de la "Gallery Night" d'Art Brussels, de 17h à 21h30
Laurentin gallery - Rue Ernest, 43, Bruxelles - Belgique
http://www.galerie-laurentin.com/


Judit Reigl - 5 expositions à Paris
25 mars - 21 Mai 2016
Galerie « Le Minotaure » - Eclatements et Ecritures de Masse
Galerie « Alain Le Gaillard » – Ecritures d’après musique
Galerie « Antoine Laurentin » – Homme
Galerie « Anne de Villepoix » – Drap/Décodage
Galerie « Le Studiolo Galerie de France » – Fragments de peinture

Teaser de l'exposition


Judit Reigl : Body of Music
Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College
87 North Main Street | Oberlin - USA
February 2 — May 29, 2016
Ellen Johnson Gallery
http://oberlin.edu/amam/JuditReigl.html


Judit Reigl 1974-1984
11th february until 18th march by appointment
Kalman Maklary Fine Art- Budapest (Hongrie)
http://www.kalmanmaklary.com/

Judit Reigl
Drap, decodage - 1973

Kepes Institute
Eger
Hungary

With music by Pierre Bernard Zsigmond Gerloczy György Kurtag

June 19 - September 15. 2015

http://www.kepeskozpont.hu

Exhibition catalog


Judit REIGL:MAN (1966-1970)
19/02 - 3/04 2015

Kalman Maklary Fine Art- Budapest (Hongrie)
http://www.kalmanmaklary.com/


Judit Reigl, May 1954 to june 1955
Annus Mirabilis, Annus Horribilis

December 11, 2014–March 13, 2015

Considered one of the most original figures of post-World War II art, Judit Reigl is hailed for discarding boundaries and rules once deemed absolute. Reigl defies traditional and often antagonistic dichotomies as she obliterates the distinction between the front and back of the canvas, utilizing both sides of the work, alternates between figurative and non-objective and reconciles aspects of Surrealism and abstraction.

http://www.ubugallery.com


JUDIT REIGL FROM THE GUGGENHEIM COLLECTION TO THE COBRA MUSEUM OF MODERN ART AMSTELVEEN

From the Guggenheim Collection to the Cobra Museum: International Abstraction 1949-1960 opens on 4 April (open to the public from 5 April).
April 5 - August 31

http://www.cobra-museum.nl/


Tuesday, May 27 - Saturday, May 31, 2014

JANOS GAT POP UP GALLERY
529 W 20th St. 9th Floor
New York, NY 10011

JUDIT REIGL - Drape/Decoding
with music by PIERRE BERNARD

Tuesday, May 27, 7PM
Dance performance by NATASHA DIAMOND-WALKER

Thursday, May 29, 7PM
Concert by JOHN ZORN

For Judit Reigl abstraction and figuration have always been one and the same. Drape/Decoding (Drap/Décodage, 1972–73) is deliberately, explicitly both. Reigl defines the seemingly indefinable in monumental yet weightless-seeming canvases that are neither paintings nor prints. Using the least amount of pigment from an expansive palette, she transforms a field of linen threads into deep space.

The drapes of Decoding (each measuring 140 by 96 inches) are imprints of the figures in her preceding Man series. As the artist recounted in a text for her 1973 exhibition at the Galerie Rencontres in Paris: First stage: Veil a botched painting of the Man series with a light cotton sheet. Second stage: Paint the visible side with tempera thin enough (the color, in part, traverses the fine weave and settles as a light residue, and in part clots up against the structural reliefs and protrusions of the ruined work) for the created imprint to be interior. Third stage: Unveiling. The painted side becomes the back, the imprinted the front.

The "decoding" occurred when Reigl lifted the drape and found the reverse image that had seeped through the cloth. The emergent bodies of Drape/Decoding are incomplete, transparent in areas where bare fabric is exposed. Suspended unstretched, the otherworldly figures appear to drift upward.


Judit Reigl – Emptiness and Ecstasy
March 21, June 22, 2014
Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art
Palace of Arts - Budapest, Hungary
http://www.ludwigmuseum.hu/
Catalog


Judit Reigl - Abstract Expressionism - oeuvres 1954-1960
november 14 - décember 10 2013
Kalman Maklary Fine Arts
https://www.facebook.com/
Budapest, Hungary


JUDIT REIGL ENTRANCE–EXIT (1986-89)
Shepherd Gallery - New York - Etats-Unis
october 31 - décember 14 2013
www.shepherdgallery.com


JUDIT REIGL - ENTREE-SORTIE
Wienerroither & Kohlbacher - Vienna - Austria
October 8 - november 16 2013
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Wienerroither-Kohlbacher/


LA QUALITÉ DE L’OMBRE
3 × 3 european artists

Judit Reigl, Olga Jevric´, Artur Brunsz,
Vincent Barré,Richard Deacon, Julia Lohmann,
Marc Herblin, Mrdjan Bajic', Silke Helmerdig

25 august - 20 october 2013

Ludwig Museum Deutschherrenhaus, Koblenz - Germany

Judit REIGL
Drawings - Paintings
from April 20th to June 20th**

La u r e n t i n GaLLery
Rue Ernest Allard, 43 - 1000 Brussels
http://www.galerie-laurentin.com/


2012 - Views of the room 24 on the 5th floor, new hanging collections of Musée National d'Art Moderne, Centre G.Pompidou, Paris


Film

Judit Reigl, Chinese Ink on Paper
© Janos Gat Gallery, 2010


Art of Another Kind: International Abstraction and the Guggenheim, 1949–1960
Guggenheim Museum, New-York

June 8–September 12, 2012

Pioneering artists in the post-World War II era alternatively embraced artistic freedom and gesture-based styles, nontraditional materials and counter-cultural references. Featuring nearly 100 works by Louise Bourgeois, Alberto Burri, Asger Jorn, Willem de Kooning, Jackson Pollock, Pierre Soulages, Antoni Tàpies, and Zao Wou-Ki, among others, this collection-based exhibition explores the affinities and differences between artists working continents apart in a period of great transition and rapid creative development.
http://www.gugghenheim.org


Judit Reigl, encre de chine sur papier
Au Studiolo de la Galerie de France
march 17 - april 21 2012 54 rue de la Verrerie - 75004 - Paris
Galerie de France


Recent works on paper by JUDIT REIGL
Opening september 15, 2011
september 16 - october 15
Kalman MAklary Fine Arts
Budapest, Hungary


Judit Reigl
Depuis 1950, Le Déroulement de la peinture

october 9, 2010 - january 2, 2011
Musée des Beaux-Arts, Nantes, France



Publications about exhibition



Judit Reigl, depuis 1950, le déroulement de la peinture, textes de Blandine Chavanne, Alison de Lima Greene, Guitemie Maldonado, Musée des beaux-arts de Nantes, 2010, 142 p.





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* Judit Reigl’s œuvre joins the collections of the Metropolitan Musueum of Art and the Museum of Modern Art in New York.*