EXHIBITION HISTORY

 

2015

ORANGE INCANDESCENCE and RED ROOM II and RED ROOM III, MAXXI, Rome, Italy

 

2012

CLEAR LIGHT: THE ARCHITECUTRE OF LAURETTA VINCIARELLI, Atrium Gallery of the Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture, The City College of New York, New York

 

2002

LAURETTA VINCIARELLI WATERCOLORS, Henry Urbach Architecture, New York

LUMINOUS VOID, VOLUME OF LIGHT, Whitney Bienial 2002, New York, New York

 

2001

ORANGE INCANDESCENCE III, Stefania Miscetti Gallery, Rome, Italy

 

1998

INCANDESCENCE, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, California, USA

 

1997

REFLECTIONS: WATERCOLORS BY LAURETTA VINCIARELLI, Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Cambridge Massachusetts, USA

SPATIAL REVERBERATIONS: WATERCOLORS BY LAURETTA VINCIARELLI, National Building Museum, Washington, D.C., USA

 

1996

SPATIAL REVERBERATIONS: WATERCOLORS BY LAURETTA VINCIARELLI, Architecural League of New York, New York, USA

 

1993

LAURETTA VINCIARELLI: ROTTE RAUME, MAK-Osterreichisches Museum fur augewandte Kunst, Vienna, Austria.

 

1986

PROJECT FOR PALMANOVA, Palmanova, Italy

 

1985

SUMMER GROUP SHOW, Max Protech Gallery, New York, New York, USA.

PROJECT FOR PALMANOVA, Biennal di Venezia, Venice, Italy

 

1982

LAURETTA  VINCIARELLI: PROJECTS, School of Architecture, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, USA

 

1981

DRAWINGS BY LAURETTA VINCIARELLI, Museum of Norwegian Architecture, Oslo, Norway

DRAWINGS BY LAURETTA VINCIARELLI, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Copenhagen, Denmark

LAURETTA VINCIARELLI: ARCHITECTURAL PROJECTS, Young Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, USA

PROJECT FOR SAN LEUCIO, Reggia di Caserta, Italy

ART BY ARCHITECTS, Rosa Esman Gallery, New York, New York, USA

 

1980-82

THE CHICATO TRIBUNE TOWER COMPETITIONS: LATE ENTRIES, traveling group exhibition, USA

 

1980

PROCESS, AAM – Architettura e Arte Moderna, Rome, Italy

DRAWINGS BY LAURETTA VINCIARELLI, Luce de Goede Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

CREATION AND RECREATION, Museum of Finnish Architecture, Helsinki, Finland

YOUNG ARCHITECTS, School of Architecture, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, USA

 

1979

ELEMENTS OF ARCHITECTURE, Sperone, Westwater and Fisher, New York, New York, USA

 

1978

LAURETTA VINCIARELLI: PROJECTS 1973-1978, Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies, New York, New York, USA

GROUP SHOW OF ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS, Otis Art Institute of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, USA

 

1977

WOMEN IN AMERICAN ARCHITECTURE, Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, New York, USA

 

DRAWING FOR A MORE MODERN ARCHITECTURE, The Drawing Centre, New York, New York, USA

 

1975

ARCHITECTURAL STUDIES AND PROJECTS, Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York, USA

GOODBYE FIVE, Institute of Architecture and Urban Studies, New York, New York, USA

 

Born

1943 in Arbe, Italy

Lived and worked in New York until her death in 2011

Articles & Reviews

2016

Ran Dian, “New York Hit List: Futures, Lightness and Noir”, Ran Dian. August 2016.

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Alex Janovich, “Critics’ Pick”, Artforum. August 2016.

Martha Schwendener, “What to See in New York Art Galleries This Week”, New York Times. August 2016

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Sarah Corona, “Three Artists at New York’s TOTAH Gallery Prove their Enduring Importance for Deciphering Today’s Society”, Whitehot. August 2016.

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Olivia Martin, “David Totah’s NY space presents the watercolours of Lauretta Vinciarelli”, Wallpaper. July 2016.

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Ryan Steadman, “Was this Architecture Teacher—and Donald Judd’s Muse—an Overlooked Master Painter?”, Observer. June 2016.

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2002

Peter R. Kalb, “Lauretta Vinciarelli at Henry urbach Architecture”, Art in America, pp. 130-131. September 2002.

Clare Henry, “The Art of Listening Carefully”, Financial Times, p. 11. March 2002.

Walter Robinson, “Weekend Update”. Artnet, pp. 1-4. March 2002.

Julie V. Iovine, “The Whitney Biennial Invites Architecture In”. The New York Times, pp. C-2. March 2002.

Lawrence R. Rinder, Chrissie Iles, et al. Whitney Biennial New York: Harry N. Abrams, pp. 220-221 and 274. 2002.

1999

K. Michael Hays, “Not Architecture But Evidence That It Exists: A Note on Lauretta Vinciarelli’s Watercolors”. Assemblage, 38, pp. 48-57. 1999.

1998

Brooke Hodge, ed. “Not architecture But Evidence That It Exists, Lauretta Vinciarelli: Watercolors”. New York: Princeton Architectural Press. 1998.

1997

Oscar Riera Ojeda, ed. “The Loft of Lauretta Vinciarelli”. The New American Apartment: innovations in Residential Design and Construction. New York: The Whitney Library Design, pp. 256-261. 1997

1995

Carla Breeze, “The Loft of Lauretta Vinciarelli”. New Modern: Creative Living Spaces. New York: Architecure & Interior Design Library, pp. 66-71.

1994

Unknown, “Profonde Risonanze”. L’Arca. January 1994.

1993

Karen D. Stein, “Imagines Spaces”. Architectural Record, pp. 106-109. September 1993.

Walter Titz, “Klein Anflug von Behaglichkeit”. Kleiner Zeitung, Graz. January 1993.

Brigitte Borchhardt-Birbaumer, “Abeschlossener Ort Architecktur”. Weiner Zeitung. January 1993.

Christopher Walsch, “Meditationstraming”. Weiner Blatt. January 1993.

1992

K.S. “Architecktur des Lichtes”. Die Presse. December 1992.

Johanna Hofleitner. “Meschenlerre Inneraume: Der Bauch der Architektur”. Kurier. December 1992.

Martin Filler, “Building With Paper and Water”. Design Quarterly. Fall 1992.

Unknown, Newsline. September-October, 1992.

Lebbeus Woods, “Lauretta Vinciarelli: The Architecture of Light”. A&U. June 1992.

1984

Unknown. “San Leucio: cinque proposte par un territorio”. September 1984.

1982

Unknown. The Texas Architect. 1982.

1981

Michael Sorkin. “The Seven Courtyards”. Express. 1981

Unknown. “Puglia Project and Marfa 2a”. A&U. April 1981.

Unknown. “The Seven Courtyards”. SD. 1981.

Unknown. Art in America. 1981.

Unknown. “Marfa 7”. House and Garden. March 1981.

1980

Unknown. “Marfa 2a”. Archetype , 1. Winter 1980.

Unknown. “Late Entries to the Tribune Tower Competition”. Progressive architecture. June 1980.

Ross Miller. “Reading Architectural Drawings”. Residential Interiors. July-August 1980.

1979

Unknown. Progressive architecture. January 1979.

Robert A.M. Stern and Deborah Nivens. “Marfa 2”. The Artchitects’ Eye. 1979.

1978

Richard Pommer. “Structures for Imagination”. Art in America. March-April, 1978.

Unknown. “Puglia Project”. Domus, no. 584. July 1978.

1977

Susana Torre. “Towards the Definition of a Spatial Fabric”. Women in American Architecture: A Historical and Contemporary Perspective. New York: Watson-Guptel Publications, pp. 176-177. 1977.

Leonardo Fodera. “Puglia Project”. Architectural Design. June 1977.

Publications

1991
Contemporary Architectural Drawings. San Frencisco: Pomengranate Books.
1986
Fifth Anniversary of Emerging Voices. New York: The Architectural League of New York.
1985
Terca Mostra Internationale di Architettura. Venezia: La Biennale di Venezia.
1982
“Wall, Door and Window”. Cooper Union Winter Edition.
1980
“Creation and Recreation: America Draws”. Helsinki: Museum of Finnish Architecture.