Gabriele Evertz, New York /
Red + the Spectrum, 2008. Acrylic on canvas, 152 x 152 cm
Four Yellows + Gray, 2008. Acrylic on canvas, 91 x 91cm, courtesy: Cynde Adler Gallery, San Francisco, CA

Four Reds and Iceblue, 2008,
Acrylic on canvas, 365 x 274 cm,

Four Blues, Two Yellows, 2003, Acrylic on Canvas,
182 x 182 cm

Fear and Trembling: RYB, 2005, Acrylic on Canvas, 243 x 518 cm,

Motion Parallax, 1998, 182 x 182 cm, Columbus Museum of Art,
Columbus, Ohio
Double, studio view, 2000/2001, Acrylic on canvas, 213 x 487 cm


Gabriele Evertz was born in Berlin in 1945, received her early education there, and after coming to the US, she studied at Pratt Institute and then Hunter College where she received her MFA in Painting in 1990.

Currently, Gabriele Evertz’s work is on view at the RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia, and at the Nina Freudenheim Gallery in Buffalo, NY. This year, her work was exhibited at P.S.1 / MoMA with the Minus Space Group. She has organized the show Color Exchange: Berlin-New York, which opened at the Galerie Parterre, Berlin, Germany, and then traveled to Metaphor Contemporary Art in Brooklyn, New York. Additionally, she showed work at the SW Minnesota State University Art Museum. In 2008, she participated at the Ulrich Museum of Art, Wichita, KS, at The Painting Center, NYC, Metaphor Contemporary Art and Sideshow. In 2007, her work was featured at the Columbus Museum of Art in Op Art: Then and Now and appears in their publication Optic Nerve written by Joe Houston. Also in 2007, she showed at the Pratt Manhattan Gallery in The Optical Edge and at the St. Peter’s College Art Gallery, organized by the American Abstract Artists. She participated in group shows in Sidney, Australia at the SNO Gallery, and at the Yellow Bird Gallery, NY, among other shows, and in 2004 was included in Die Farbe hat mich, at the Karl Ernst Osthaus-Museum, Hagen, Germany, and at the Hunterdon Museum, NJ, and the Parrish Art Museum, NY. Her work can be found in many private and public collections, such as the Hallmark Art Collection, Kansas, and in museums, among them the Ulrich Museum, Kansas, the Columbus Museum of Art, Ohio, and the Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC, and museums abroad in Hagen, London, and Zürich.  Gabriele Evertz has received grants from the DAAD, the New York Foundation for the Arts and the Graf Travel grant. She has participated in panel discussions, as visiting critic, and as external examiner in the Netherlands. She has organized solo and group shows and has written on color issues in painting. She is a member of Minus Space and the American Abstract Artists.

Gabriele Evertz lives in Brooklyn and works in New York City. She is an Associate Professor of Art at Hunter College, City University of New York.

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