Alois Kronschlaeger:

Cristin Tierney Gallery
Cristin Tierney Gallery
Hard Edges: Lorser Feitelson, Elise Ferguson, and Alois Kronschlaeger
March 1 – April 7, 2018
Opening Reception: Thursday, March 8, 6 to 8 pm

Hard Edges explores the legacy of hard-edge abstraction through three diverse bodies of work: Elise Ferguson’s plaster paintings, Lorser Feitelson’s oil and enamel on burlap painting, and Alois Kronschlaeger’s yarn-on-mesh “screen drawings.” Although the works span different coasts and eras—Brooklyn-based Ferguson and Kronschlaeger produced new works for this exhibition, while Feitelson’s creation in southern California dates to the 1960s—all emphasize an economic use of form, crisp lines, and bright, saturated palettes. Ferguson and Kronschlaeger also adopt utilitarian and “craft” materials: MDF, plaster, aluminum mesh screens, and wool yarn—underscoring how abstraction has continually embraced new modes of production.

Cristin Tierney Gallery
Cristin Tierney GalleryAlois Kronschlaeger: New Work
September 14 – October 28, 2017
Opening Reception: Thursday, September 14, 6:00 to 8:00 pm
540 West 28th Street
New York, NY 10001

Kronschlaeger’s recent fiber works resemble woven “windows.” Created by pulling hand-dyed Merino wool across and through aluminum mesh, these see-through screens evoke 20th century Constructivist compositions. Displayed on hinged frames, they can be pushed and pulled on their axes, allowing different views of the work and casting sharp, graphic shadows.

Museo de Arte
Contemporáneo - Lima

26 DE MAYO - 30 DE JULIO, 2017
Av. Grau 1511, Barranco, L04, Perú


Alois Kronschlaeger / Antonio García / Armando Varela / Armando Villegas / Augusto Ballardo / Benjamín Moncloa / Carlos Cruz-Diez / Carlos Gonzalés / César Campos / Ciro Palacios / Cristina Colichón / Edgard Negret / Eduardo Chillida / Eduardo Moll / Eduardo Ramírez Villavizar / Emilia Azcárate / Eugenio Raborg / Gaston Garreaud / Iliana Scheggia / Jesús Rafael Soto / Jorge Cabieses / Jorge Piqueras / Jorge Riveros / José Ignacio Iturburu / José Tang / Julio Le Parc / Mariella Agois / Mónica Gonzalez Tobón / Percy Zorrilla / Pool Guillén / Rafael Barrios / Regina Aprijaskis / Rogelio Polesello / Rubela Dávila / Saverio Cecere / Valentino Sibadon / Victor Pasmore.

Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson
18 FEBRUARY – 28 MAY 2017
265 South Church Avenue
Tucson, AZ, 85701

Coinciding with our twentieth anniversary, MOCA presents If You Stay Busy You Have No Time To Be Unhappy, an exhibition of work by over eighty artists showcasing a diversity of mediums, materials, sizes, and creative backgrounds. Selections are stylistically varied, encompassing figurative and abstract paintings, photographs, drawings, text pieces, sculptures, ceramics, furniture, and boundary-defying objects. Staged at a historical moment of uncertainty and upheaval, the exhibition asks questions that are important and relevant in 2017. The curatorial assemblage provides a living record of a vibrant past, present, and future and invites conversation between museum and community, between works of art, between artists, and the art world in general.

Islamic Arts Festival 2016
Nineteenth Edition "BUNYAN"
14th Dec - 24 Jan 2017
United Arab Emirates Government of Sharjah

UNTITLED Miami Beach, 2016
Special Project:
This elevated structure is a project by artist Alois Kronschlaeger and Paul Amenta, with architect Ted Lott of Lott3Metz Architecture, and presented by SiTE:LAB

UNTITLED Miami Beach, 2016
PEANA Projects: Booth B16
Wed, Nov 30, to Sun, Dec 4, 2016
Mario Navarro
David Rodriguez Caballero
Saul Sanchez
Alois Kronschlaeger

PEANA Projects
Nov 10th, 2016 - Jan 23th, 2017 (by appointment only)
Opening Reception: Thursday, Nov 10th 2016, 8-11 pm
Av. Fuentes del Valle # 304 (acceso por via Clodia)
San Pedro, Garza Garcia
Monterrey, Mexico

PEANA Projects is pleased to present MARATHON, a group show with works by Silvina Arismendi, David Rodríguez Caballero, Andrés Ramírez Gaviria, Alois Kronschlaeger, Pier Stockholm, and Alexis Zambrano.

Art Toronto 2016

October 28-31, 2016
Cristin Tierney Gallery is pleased to be presenting at Art Toronto.

Visit us in booth #C-54 where we will feature works by Janet Biggs, Peter Campus, Richard Galpin, MK Guth, Alois Kronschlaeger, Helen Lundeberg, and Jennifer Marman and Daniel Borins.

Design Week México
October 6th through the 23rd, 2016
Design House
Calle Luis G Urbina #84
10:30 - 19:00 h
Polanco, Mexico City

We are pleased to announce the participation of PEANA Projects artist, Alois Kronschlaeger in Design Week México. Sin título is a sculptural installation by Alois Kronschlaeger that consists of sixty-four multicolored carbon steel rods welded to the roof of a 1950s Mexican baroque-style house in the neighborhood of Polanco, in Mexico City. Nearly twenty feet long and one inch wide, the individual rods are arranged in rows of eight, equally distanced from one another to create a perfect geometric shape.

ArtPrize / Site-Lab
HYBRID STRUCTURES, September 21 - October 9th, 2016
333 Rumsey Street, Grand Rapids, Michigan

HYBRID STRUCTURES was conceived by Alois Kronschlaeger (artist), in collaboration with Paul Amenta (artist), and Ted Lott (architect), in partnership with Chris Smit of DisArt. This architectural intervention is a response to the abandoned buildings that line the Northside of Rumsey Street which include: the deconsecrated Catholic church, rectory, school building and convent. A series of ramps traverse, pierce, and connect these structures, providing an accessible and inclusive exploration of the site. New vantage points are created into the abandoned buildings as well as onto the surrounding site, granting visitors an opportunity to experience Rumsey Street in new and extraordinary ways. Access becomes Art.

SWAB Art Fair Barcelona 2016
September 29 - October 2, 2016
Stand 17
Galeria SGR, Bogota, Colombia
Thiago Bortolozzo, Luciano Denver, Maximo Florez, Alois Kronschlaeger, Juan Uribe

EXPO Chicago 2016
September 22-25, 2016
Cristin Tierney Gallery is thrilled to be presenting at EXPO Chicago on the Navy Pier from September 22nd through the 25th.

Visit us at booth #347 where we will feature works by Karl Benjamin, Janet Biggs, Richard Galpin, MK Guth, Alois Kronschlaeger, Helen Lundeberg, Jennifer Marman and Daniel Borins, Jorge Tacla, and Francisco Ugarte.