Recent Exhibitions

Deanna Sirlin: Borders of Light and Water, 2022

C-print transparency on glass,

199.5  x  493 inches 

Palazzo Bembo, European Cultural Centre, Venice, Italy

A collateral exhibition of the 59th Venice Biennale

On view through  November 27, 2022

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Deanna Sirlin: Watermark, 2022

C-print transparency on glass, 212 x 506 inches 

Georgia Tech Library, Crosland Tower, Atlanta, Georgia

On view through 2022

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Deanna Sirlin: Wavelegth, 2022

Wavelength, presented at Chastain Gallery by the Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs, City of Atlanta, is an exhibition of recent paintings by  Deanna Sirlin. Wavelength is composed of paintings made beginning in 2020 that explore her relationship to color, paint, and the physicality of the gesture in the process of painting.

 

Wavelength also includes Sirlin’s investigation of the digital through a new video work made in collaboration with Portuguese filmmaker Nuno Veiga. This collaboration recontextualizes Sirlin’s transparent installations recently on view in Evora, Portugal and currently in Venice, Italy and at Georgia Tech’s Crosland Library in Atlanta. The film, Wavelength, transforms Sirlin’s transparencies through movement, light, and sound.

On view through Friday October 28, 2022

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Deanna Sirlin: Strata, 2020-21

Centro de Art e Cultura

Fundação Eugénio de Almeida, Évora Portugal

​Curated by José Alberto Ferreira

June 6,2020 to June 6, 2021

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GEO

5 June through 25 July, 2021

 Rīga Art Space presents  GEO, featuring paintings from the Daugavpils Mark Rothko Art Centre, Latvia collection .

Artists featured in GEO:

Tomas Rudokas, Ramūnas Čeponis (Lithuania), Barbara Rosengarth, Edeltraut Rath, Martin Voßwinkel (Germany), Cipriano Martinez (Venezuela, UK) Andrew Colbert,

Deanna Sirlin (USA), Gonzalo Rodríguez Gómez (Spain), Katarzyna Kowalska, Pawel Wasowski, Piotr Skowron, Anna Podlewska-Polit (Poland), Katarina Balunova (Slovakia), George Meertens, José Heerkens (the Netherlands), Alexander Selivanov (Russia), Agostino Tulumello (Italy)

Curators: Zane Melāne, Māris Čačka

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Deanna Sirlin, Timing and Places, 2016, Acrylic on canvas 7 x 10 feet  Collection Mark Rothko Art Centre, Latvia