Joan Waltemath grew up on the Great Plains. Her abstract paintings focus on constructing spatial voids using harmonic progressions and non-traditional, reflective pigments in oils, as well as drawings in diverse materials. Shown in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Portland, London, Basel and Cologne, her work is in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, the National Gallery of Art and the Harvard University Art Museum, among others. She has written and spoken extensively on art and served as editor-at-large of the Brooklyn Rail since 2001. She has taught at the IS Chanin School of Architecture of the Cooper Union (1997 to 2010) and Princeton University (since 2000). She is the Director of MICA’s Hoffberger School of Painting.
Awards and Accomplishments
Waltemath presents a solo exhibition titled the dinwoodies at Schema Projects in Brooklyn
Waltemath presents a solo exhibition titled Latencies at Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland, OR
Waltemath speaks in Delineating Mystery: James Siena and Joan Waltemath in Conversation with Brett Littman at the Bard Grad Center, New York
Treaty of 1868
The Treaty of 1868 is a new kind of history painting that reflects on cultural relations in t…
Sep 20 2013 – Oct 27 2013