Daniele
Genadry

Daniele Genadry
Reflection on Glass, 2016
Acrylique et huile sur toile
146 x 202 x 2 cm
Pièce unique
Courtesy Daniele Genadry & Galerie In Situ-fabienne leclerc, Grand Paris

Daniele Genadry
Still, 2018
Acrylique et huile sur toile
142 x 215 cm
Pièce unique
Courtesy Daniele Genadry & Galerie In Situ-fabienne leclerc, Grand Paris

Daniele Genadry
Untitled (Not yet titled), 2020
Acrylique et huile sur toile
230 x 290 cm
Pièce unique
Courtesy Daniele Genadry & Galerie In Situ-fabienne leclerc, Grand Paris

Daniele Genadry
Slow Light - Exhibition views, 2018
BAC - Beirut Art Center - Lebanon
© Baris Dogrusoz & Courtesy the artist and Beirut Art Center
Galerie In Situ-fabienne leclerc, Grand Paris

Daniele Genadry
Purple Glade, White Clearing, Pink Gleam, 2018
Acrylique et huile sur toile
215 x 290 cm (each) / total 215 x 900 cm
Pièce unique
Courtesy Daniele Genadry & Galerie In Situ-fabienne leclerc, Grand Paris

Daniele Genadry
Slow Light - Exhibition views, 2018
BAC - Beirut Art Center - Lebanon
© Baris Dogrusoz & Courtesy the artist and Beirut Art Center
Galerie In Situ-fabienne leclerc, Grand Paris

Daniele Genadry
Slow Light - Exhibition views, 2018
BAC - Beirut Art Center - Lebanon
© Baris Dogrusoz & Courtesy the artist and Beirut Art Center
Galerie In Situ-fabienne leclerc, Grand Paris

Daniele Genadry
Group 3 #2, 2018
Group 3
Mine de plomb sur papier Mylar
22,4 x 29,7 cm ( 25,2 x 32,4 x 2 cm encadré )
Pièce unique
Courtesy Daniele Genadry & Galerie In Situ-fabienne leclerc, Grand Paris

Daniele Genadry
Group 5 #3, 2018
Group 5
Mine de plomb sur papier Mylar
29,7 x 22,4 cm ( 32,4 x 25,2 x 2 cm encadré )
Pièce unique
Courtesy Daniele Genadry & Galerie In Situ-fabienne leclerc, Grand Paris

Daniele Genadry
Green Lake (trees), 2018
Mine de plomb sur papier Mylar
22,4 x 29,7 cm ( 25,2 x 32,4 cm encadré )
Pièce unique

Daniele Genadry
Between Saida and Sur (Saida IV), 2009
Acrylique et sérigraphie sur papier
70 x 100 cm ( 73,5 x 103,5 cm encadré )
Pièce unique
Courtesy Daniele Genadry & Galerie In Situ-fabienne leclerc, Grand Paris

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Née en 1980

Daniele Genadry travaille avec divers médias pour examiner comment la distance, la lumière et le mouvement affectent les expériences visuelles. Sa pratique est centrée sur la relation entre la peinture et la photographie, et à travers elle, elle considère le potentiel d'une image à générer sa propre temporalité (lumière), et comment un champ de vision médiatisé peut sensibiliser notre perception.
Genadry a étudié au Dartmouth College, NH (BA 2002) et à la Slade School of Art, Londres (MFA 2008). Elle a participé à des résidences au Bronx Museum, au Anderson Ranch Art Center, à la NARS Foundation (USA), à la Fondazione Ratti, à la Villa Lena (Italie) et au Frans Masereel Centrum (Belgique). En 2013-2014, elle a été boursière de l'Abbaye de la British School de Rome et est a été boursière de la Fondation Bogliasco (IT, 2019). 
Parmi ses expositions personnelles récentes, mentionnons le Beirut Art Center, le Sursock Museum, la Gypsum Gallery et la Taymour Grahne Gallery. Elle a participé à la 13eme Biennale  de Sharjah, organisée par Christine Tohme, à la Biennale del Sur (Tucuman), organisée par Nayla Tamraz, et a exposé ses œuvres SMBA, Amsterdam ; Transition Gallery, Londres ; Fondazione Pastificio Cerere, Rome et The Bronx Museum. Daniele Genadry est professeur adjoint d'arts plastiques à l'Université américaine de Beyrouth.

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EXPOSITIONS (SÉLECTION)

Education

MFA    The Slade School of Fine Art, London, UK Fine Art, 2008
-       American University of Beirut, Lebanon  Research Fellow, CBR, 2005
BA        Dartmouth College, Hanover, USA Studio Art and Mathematics, 2002 


Expositons personnelles

2020
galerie in Situ - fabienne leclerc, Romainville, FR

2018

Slow Light, Beirut Art Center, Beirut, LB

2017
Light Fall , Gypsum Gallery, Cairo, EG

2016
The Fall , Sursock Museum, Beirut, LB

2015
Missing Real, Taymour Grahne Gallery, New York, NY

2012
Blindspot, Agial Gallery, Beirut, LB
Slightlines (CEL), Coop Gallery, Nashville, TN

2009
La Piscine, Agial Gallery, Beirut, LB

2008
White Montain Overlook, AVA Gallery, LB

2006
Altered Landscapes, Taylor Gallery, Meridan, NH

2005
Recent Work, Ward Center Gallery, Baltimore, MD

Expositions collectives

2020
Et maintenant, le dessin..., In Situ - Fabienne Leclerc, Romainville, FR

2019
Beirut Lab 1975(2020), Room Gallery, UCI Irvine, Californie, USA
La Fabrique des Illusions,
MUCEM, FR
La Fabrique des Illusions
, curated by Francois Cheval and Yasmine Chemali, Sursock Museum, Beirut, LB

2017
Tamawuj, Sharjah Biennal 13 curated by Christine Tohme, Sharjah UAE
Poetics, Politics, Place, curated by Nayla Tamraz, Bienial Sur, Museo Provincial de Bellas Artes, Tucuman, AR
Kindling, curated by Rachel Dedman, FOTOPUB 2017, Novo Mesto, SI
Ex Roma IV, APT Gallery, London

2016
But Still Tomorrow Builds into My Face, Lawrie Shabibi Gallery, Dubai, UAE
Mimesis, Expression, Construction, Rose at Shaheen Saleeby Museum, Beirut, LB
Works on Paper, curated by Amanda Abi Khalil, Temporary Art Platform, Beirut, LB
A Verdant Summer, Taymour Ghrahne Gallery, New York, NY
Art Dubai, Taymour Grahne Gallery, Dubai, UAE

2015
Roman Remains, Transition Gallery, London, UK
Somwhere Between, curated by Julie McKim, Art Helix, New York, USA
This is the Time. This is the Record of the Time, curated by Angela Harutynan and Nat Muller. AUB Galleries, Beyrouth

2014
There Is No Place Like Home, Aurelia Antica 425, Rome, IT
This is the Time. This is the Record of the Time, curated by Angela Harutynan and Nat Muller. SMBA, Amsterdam, NL
ICONICA, curated by Bartolomeo Pietromarchi and Maria Alicata, Ponte Milvio, Rome, IT
Spazi Aperti, Romanian Academy, Rome, IT
HARD COPY, Pastificio Cerere, Rome, IT
March Mostra, British School at Rome, IT

2013
Bronx Calling, 2nd AIM Biennial, Bronx Museum, New York, USA
Journeys through Our Heritage, Beirut centre des Expositions, Beirut, LB
After Hours, Kunsthalle Galapagos, Brooklyn, USA
Friday 13th, British School, Rome, IT
Part of the Story, curated by Julian Kreimer at LESP Gallery, New York, USA

2012
Read Between the Lines, curated by Micaela Giovannotti ATLESP Gallery, New York, USA
Invitational Alumni Exhibition, Hopkins Center for the Arts, Dartmouth College, NH
Mobility and Identity, Re Culture Festival, Agora Argyri, Patras, GR
All Things Are, Porter Mill, Beverly, MA

2011
Making Sense, This must Be the Place, Brooklyn, USA
There/Not There,
Cindy Rucker Gallery, New York, USA
365 Days of Print, The Dumbo Arts Festival and Visual Arts Gallery, NJCU
Dialogues, Kingston Gallery Boston, USA 
Utopia Project 06-10,
Institut d'Art contemporain Grec, Athen, GR

2010
C. Contemporaries, Collyer Bristow Gallery, London, UK
WHITE HEAT, Kaleid Editions, London
London Art Book Fair, Whitechapel Gallery, London
Land Without a Map, Jotta (à AAF), Battersea Park, London, UK
Crystalline Justice, Patton-Mallot Gallery, Snowmass, CO

2009
Mezzo Tempo, Sycharth Gallery, Glyndwr University, Wrexham, Wales, UK

2008
Will it snow for Christmas?, Tintype Gallery, London, UK
Postgraduate Printmaking in London 2008, Clifford Chance, London, UK
Slade MA/MFA Degree Show, Slade School of Art, London, UK
Correspondingly, Association de la presse étrangère, London, UK

2007
Invisible Miracles, Careof/Fabbrica del Vapore, Milan, IT


Résidences, bourses et prix

2020
Cité internationale des Arts, section arts plastiques, Paris, FR

2019

Bogliasco Foundation, Fellow, Italy 

2016 
Villa Lena Art Foundation, Artist in Residence, Italy 
AUB Faculty Development Grant for research in Florence and Rome, Italy, (June and July) 

2015
The Basil H. Alkazzi Award for Excellence in Painting, NYFA, NYC   20,000 USD award for achievement in creative work in visual art (painting focus) 

2014 
Abbey Scholar, British School at Rome, Italy 
9-month fully funded fellowship award to create new work and research at the British School in Rome 

2013
AIM Residency, Bronx Museum, NYC 

2012
Keyholder Residency, Lower East Side Printshop, NYC 

2011
Vytlacil Residency, Artist in Residence, Sparkill, NY  
365 Days of Print, Artist in Residence, February (online) 
NARS Foundation, Full Fellowship, Artist in Residence, Brooklyn, NY  

2010
The Jean-Claude Reynal Scholarship, Finalist, FR 
East London Printmakers, Artist in Residence, London, UK   Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Artist in Residence, Colorado, USA  

2009
Frans Masereel Centrum, Artist in Residence, BL

2008
Utopia Project 2008: Utopia and Praxis, May 68 – May 08, Rethymno, Crete  
Alumni Scholarship, UCL, London 

2007
Fondazione Ratti, Advanced Course in Visual Arts, Lake Como, IT  Spatiality, Project at Woburn Studios, Slade School of Art, London, UK  
Graduate Scholarship, UCL, London, UK

2006 
James B. Reynolds Fellowship, USA (for independent research in Beirut, Lebanon), LB

2003
Chautauqua School of Art, Full Scholarship, Chautauqua, NY    Dartmouth General Fellowship, Hanover, NH  

2002
Robert Read Art Prize, Hanover, NH

Acquisitions et collections

2019
Art Jameel Collection, Dubai, UAE

2018
The Cleveland Clinic Collection, Ohio and Abu Dhabi

2016
Saradar Collection, Beirut Lebanon

2009
Frans Masereel Centrumm, Belgium

Bibliographie

2019
La Fabrique des Illusions, catalogue d'exposition, Sursock Museum, 2019

2018

Demirkazik, Gokcan, “Slow Light,” Art Asia Pacific, August 2018 Khoury, Gilles, “Daniele Genadry peint avec la lumiere” L’Orient le Jour, Aug 18, 2018
Quilty, Jim, “From Photo Flaws to painted light”, interview, The Daily Star, Aug 17, 2018

2017
Heron, Fergus, “Daniele Genadry: The Slip (Missing Real),” Photographers’ Gallery Blog, August 24,
2017 Khoury, Gilles, “Quand cinq Libanais repensent et reinventent la photo en Slovenie..” L’Orient le Jour, Aug 8, 2017
Smith, William S., “Sharjah Biennial”, Art in America, p140-141, May 2017.
Wilson-Goldie, Kaelen, “Downtown Express, Cairo,” Art Forum Diary, April 3, 2017
Masters, HG, “Sharjah Biennial, Tamawuj: Day 5,” Art Asia Pacific, March 15, 2017
Ussef, Sasha, “Works on Paper, Artists intervening in Lebanese Dailies,” Ibraaz, March 31, 2017
Chalabi, Fares, “Canvas as Falling Light”, critical text for Light Fall exhibition, January 2017

2016
This is the Time. This is the Record of the Time, book ed. Angela Harutyunyan and Nat Muller. Artist contribution  pp 124 –135. Published by American University of Beirut Press, 2016
Spencer, Samuel. “Group Exhibition at Lawrie Shabibi Explores the Loss of Heritage in the Modern Middle East,” Blouin Artinfo, March 21, 2016.
Quilty, Jim. “Landscape Paintings of Impossible Views,” The Daily Star , March 9, 2016.
Mallat, Dany. “La Memoire Labouree, Puis Fragmentee, de Daniele Genadry,” L’Orient le Jour, February 24, 2016
The Fall, Exhibition Catalogue, text by Walid Sadek, Sursock Museum, February 11, 2016

2015
Quilty, Jim, “The Art of a Plane about to Crash,” The Daily Star, April 17, 2015. 
Indrisek, Scott, “Five Must-See Gallery Shows in New York” Blouin Artinfo, September 21, 2015.
Missing Real, Exhibition Catalogue, critical text by Stefan Tarnowski, Taymour Grahne Gallery, September 2015.

2014
Muller, Nat. “Beirut Again and Again: Journey through the Lebanese Art Scene”. Stedelijk Journal, January 23, 2014.
Watson, Mike. “There is No Place Like Home,” Art Review, December, 2014. 
Van Veslon, Vincent. “Three Artists Reflect on the Notion of Time,” Stedelijk Journal, October 30, 2014. 
“Hard Copy: Johann Arens, Daniele Genadry, Jurgen Ots, Matteo Motin,” ATP Diary, February 18, 2014. 
Abrams, Rachel. “Ping Pong: An Art and Literary Journal,” pgs, 31-38, Big Sur, CA, 2014. 

2013
Bronx Calling, 2nd AIM Biennial Exhibition Catalogue, The Bronx Museum, June 2013. 
Davidian, Edgar. “Exploration du patrimoine artistique libanais” L’Orient le Jour, August,18, 2013. 
Quilty, Jim. “Of Modernists and Elephants in the Room,” The Daily Star, August 18, 2013. 
Dunn, Anna. “Diner Journal,” Issue N25, 2013.

2012
Powell, Freya. “Mnemosyne Atlas,” December 2012. 
Nolan, Joe. “Photographic Memory,” Art Now Nashville, March 27, 2012. 
Caldwell, Leah. “Daniele Genadry: In Memoriam of a Train Ride,” Alakhbar English, June 4, 2012. 
Khalaf, Colette. “Prendre le train avec Daniele Genadry,” L’Orient le Jour, May 25, 2012. 

2011
Vlastara, Vassilis. “Utopia project archive 2006-2010 Catalogue,” Diastasi, June 2011.

2010
Milan, Marco. Artbook Beirut, Milan: Campari Italia S.p.a., ed. 150, 2010. 

2009
Mosley, Matthew. “Subverting the tourist image to make art,” The Daily Star, September 30, 2009. 
Zazal, Zena. “‘La piscine’ de Daniele Genadry, entre film et peintures,” L’ Orient le Jour, September 29, 2009. 
Trad, Elga. “Daniele Genadry, Hymne au Bleu de la Piscine,” Femme Magazine, No. 128, October, 2009. 

2008
Hinz, Britta. “showyourart,” Volume_, 2008. 
P(R)AINT, Slade Painting Print Book, Ed. 40, 2008.

2007
Invisible Miracles, Exhibition Catalogue, Mousse, 2007.

Expériences professionnelles, workshops et lectures

Present-2016
Assistant Professor, Department of Fine Arts and Art History
American University of Beirut, Lebanon 

2018 
Slow Light- Ghassan Salhab and Walid Sadek in conversation with Daniele Genadry. 
Lecture and conversation in the context of Slow Light Exhibition, Beirut Art Center 

2018
Slow Light: the (dis)Appearing Image Invited Speaker, FAS Research Lunch, AUB 

2017
This is the Time; This is the Record of the Time: Book Launch, Talks and Readings by contributors  Roundtable discussion at Sursock Museum 

2017
Visiting Artist, BeMA Residency, Jezzine, Lebanon 
Invited to give lecture, Accidental Light: the failed photograph and critiques at Artist Residency  organized by APEAL and TAP 

2017
Visiting Critic, Ashkal Alwan, Beirut, Lebanon 
Invited as outside evaluator in 6 days of critiques of the Homeworks fellows program (masters level and higher) 

2017
Jury, ALBA University, Beirut, Lebanon
Review and Grading of of Fine Arts undergraduate and graduate students for their graduation degree 

2016
Visiting Artist Workshop, ALBA University, Beirut, Lebanon Developed and led a 4-day Workshop: Processed View: Painting and the Photographic Image with undergraduate and masters fine art students  

2016
Artist Lecture, February 25, 2016, Sursock Museum, Beirut Lebanon. 

2016
Artist Lecture and workshop, Villa Lena Art Foundation, Tuscany, Italy 
Workshop: Seeing Land, collage and painting practices.  

2014 
Visiting Critic, Rhode Island School of Design, EHP, Rome, Italy Studio critiques with second year studio art majors

2014 
Visiting Critic, Cornell University, Final critiques, Rome Campus, Italy
Artist Lecture and Final evaluator/critiques with third year studio art majors 

2014-2013 
Abbey Scholar, British School in Rome, Rome, Italy 
9 month research and production award at the BSR in Rome. Engaged with other scholars: artists, historians, archeologists, and architects, and presented research publicly in the form of a series of exhibition and talks.

2012 
Visiting Artist, University of Alabama in Hunstville, AL,
Public lecture and critiques with Painting and Installation studio art classes. 

2012 
Artist Lecture, Belmont University, Nashville, TN 

2011 
Visiting Artist, Dartmouth College, NH
Public lecture and critiques with studio art senior majors 

2010 
Artist-in-residence, Illuminating Cultures,Tate Britain, London, UK Introduced contemporary art practices into an interdisciplinary secondary school curriculum. 

2010-2009
Artist Ambassador, CUBITT Gallery and Education, London, UK  
Taught workshops in the Gallery Education Studio with secondary schools and the local community. 

2009
Visiting Artist, Lebanese American University, Beirut, Lebanon Lecture and critiques for graphic design MFA candidates. 

2008
Visiting Lecturer, Richmond University, London, UK
Lecture and critiques to undergraduates in paintings and media. 

2006-2005
Research Fellow, (Center of Behavioral Studies), American University of Beirut, Lebanon  
Conducted personal research and periodically presented work to graduate students and fellow researchers. TA for printmaking classes (Architecture and Design) 

2005-2004
Special Instructor, (Department of Studio Art), Dartmouth College,  Hanover, NH 
Assistant Teacher for two classes per term (total of 8 classes), ran studio hours and critiques for undergraduates. 

2005 
Artist in Residence, St. Paul’s School, Baltimore, MD
Visited art classes, artist lecture and exhibition of recent work.