ELANA MARTE ADLER                                                                                                                                           3537 S WESTERN BLVD, APT. 5,CHICAGO, IL 60609

                                                                                                                                                     elanamadler@gmail.com eadler1@saic.edu

www.elanamarteadler.com www.adlerandfloyd.com

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EDUCATION 

2017 MFA Fiber & Material Studies, School of the Arts Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL 2008 BFA Textiles, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI
2006 Mexico Travel Course, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, 

RESIDENCIES 

2020 . Vermont Studio Center (upcoming) 2018-2019 Jewish Artists Fellowship, Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership, Chicago, IL 2018          Monson Art Residency, Monson, ME
2017-2018 Hatch Projects Resident, Chicago Artists Coalition, Chicago, IL 2016 Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT
2016   Summer Conference at Haystack Mountain School, Deer Isle, ME 2015 The Wassaic Project, Wassaic, NY
2014   Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT 

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS 

2019

Out of Context, Chicago Artist Coalition, Chicago, IL Featured Artist and Solo Show, Calico Gallery, Brooklyn, NY 
Chicago Jewish Artists Fellowship Exhibition, Spertus Gallery, Chicago, IL (upcoming)

2018

12 Openings, Compound Yellow, Oak Park, IL
Gold, Aspect/Ratio, Chicago, IL
Disentangled, Borderline Art Collective, San Fransisco, CA Colossal Gap, Chicago Artist Coalition, Chicago, IL
Dangerous Professors, Flatland Gallery, Houston, TX
Memory Palace, Circle Contemporary/ Arts of Life Inc., Chicago, IL Egresswasm 3, Chase Public, Cincinnati, OH

2017

Homemakers of Tomorrow, Silent Funny, Chicago, IL MFA Show, Sullivan Gallery, Chicago, IL Calicornicopia 6, Calico Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2016

Can You Spit On Someone You Love, Good Lil’ Base, Chicago, IL
Films For Ecstasy, Leroy Neiman Center, Chicago, IL
Value In Flux, exhibition and lecture, Sharp Exhibition Space, Chicago, IL

2015

Uncanny Home of our Imagination, Nave Annex Gallery, Summerville, MA For the Love of the Liminal, exhibition and lecture, Sharp Exhibition Space, Chicago, IL
Calicornicopia 4, Calico Gallery, Brooklyn, NY Correspondence, Westbeth Gallery, New York, NY

2014

Calicornicopia 3, Calico Gallery, Brooklyn, NY ArtVsCraft, Wyckoff Starr, Brooklyn, NY
Windows 14, Northern-Southern, Austin, TX
Shape Scapes, curator and artist, Brooklyn, NY Inaugural Show, Harbor Gallery, New York, NY Uncertain Landscapes, Wyckoff Starr, Brooklyn, NY

2013

All Together Now, Fowler Arts Collective, Brooklyn, NY Bushwick Open Studios, Brooklyn, NY
To Preserve + Protect, Booklyn Art Gallery, Brooklyn, NY Static, Calico Gallery, Brooklyn, NY Artspace64: Natural Elements, Sloan- Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY

2012

Calicornipoia, An Exhibition of Small Works, Calico Gallery, Brooklyn, NY Year Two: A Postcard Exhibition, Fowler Arts Collective, Brooklyn, NY Garden Chase, Wyckoff Starr, Brooklyn, NY
Exhibit B, Calico Gallery, Brooklyn NY Potluck Art Series, Goforaloop Gallery and Studios, San Fransisco, CA Exquisite Show, curator and artist, Fowler Arts Collective, Brooklyn, NY Obsessions, Brooklyn Fireproof, Brooklyn, NY
Early Works, four pieces on view 2005-2012, Hospital of Special Surgery, New York, NY

2011

You are my duchess: A Personal Anthology (May 2009-January 2011), Wyckoff Starr, Brooklyn NY

2010

From the Tongue, Lotus Salon and Gallery, New York, NY

2008

Senior RISD Textiles Exhibition, Woods Gerry Gallery, Providence, RI Senior RISD Textiles Exhibition, Carr House, Providence, RI

2007

Textiles Triennial, Woods Gerry Gallery, Providence, RI 

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS 

  • ‘Chicago Artists Coalition Presents OUT OF CONTEXT Review– Cultural Symbols Unplugged,’Samantha Sylvander, Picture this Post, January 9, 2019 (https://www.picturethispost.com/chicago-artists-coalition-presents-out-of-context-review/)

  • ‘Winter preview: The most anticipated Chicago art exhibitions,’ KT Hawbacker, Chicago Tribune, Dec 20, 2018 (https://www.chicagotribune.com/entertainment/ct-ae-winter-preview-art-0106-story.html)

  • ‘Reducing Street Harassment To ‘Women’s Work,’’ Emanuella Grinberg, October 29, CNN, (http://www.cnn.com/2014/10/28/living/elana-adler-duchess- samplers/) 

  • ‘Artist Cross Stitches Catcalls’, Lorraine Rubio, October 27, ArtNet,
    ( http://news.artnet.com/in-brief/artist-cross-stitches-catcalls-141460)              

  • ‘Brooklyn Artist Transforms Catcalls Into Cross Stitch’, Vanessa Haughton, October 23, New York Observer, (http://observer.com/2014/10/brooklyn-artist-transforms-catcalls-into-cross- stitch/)

  • ‘This Artist Turned Her Worst Catcalls Into Embroidery’, Victoria Hoff, October 22, Elle Magazine,(http://www.elle.com/news/culture/catcall-cross-stitch-elana-adler) 

  • ‘‘Hot damn, I could feast on you’: Artists turns catcalls into needlework’, Radhika Sanghani, October 22, The Telegraph, (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/women/womens-life/11177299/Hot- damn-I-could-feast-on- you-Artists-turns-catcalls-into-needlework.html)   

  • ‘14 Cross- Stitches of Catcalls One Woman Received In The Street’, Jo Barrow, October19, BuzzFeed, (http://www.buzzfeed.com/jobarrow/14-catcalls-that-have-been-turned-into- stunning-embroidery#2nx- cfje )     

  • ‘Artist Embroiders Catcalls Yelled At Her In The Street For Ingenious Cross- Stitch Project’, Rachel Moss, October 17, The Huffington Post UK, (http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2014/10/17/artist-cross-stiches- catcalls-feminist_n_6002054.html)            

  • ‘Awesome Project: Deze Vrouw Maakt Kunst Van De Uitspraken Van Catcallers’, Bente, October 17, NSMBL, (http://www.nsmbl.nl/you-go-girl-deze-vrouw-maakt-kunst-van-de- uitspraken-van-catcallers/ )

  • ‘Feminist Artist Uses Needlework To Put Men’s Catcalls To Rest’, Katherine Brooks, The HuffingtonPost,October17, (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/10/17/elana-adler_n5999702.html? utm_hp_ref=arts)              

  • ‘Artfinder BOS Feature Top 12 Curated Picks’, Holly Shen Chavez, (https://www.artfinder.com/story/bushwick-art-scene/)        

  • The Beautification of Assault, Jason Stopa, NY Arts Magazine Vol. 17, p. 180, Summer