Marnie Weber  (American, 1959) 


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Marnie Weber, Tied Up


Marnie Weber
Tied Up

Simon Lee
Marnie Weber, The Truth Speakers (Girl with Copper Dress and Gold Trim)


Marnie Weber
The Truth Speakers (Girl with Copper Dress and Gold Trim)

Simon Lee
Marnie Weber, Sunset Farewell


Marnie Weber
Sunset Farewell

Simon Lee
Marnie Weber, Pig Host sculpture


Marnie Weber
Pig Host sculpture

Simon Lee
Marnie Weber, Log Lady & Dirty Bunny


Marnie Weber
Log Lady & Dirty Bunny

Simon Lee
Marnie Weber, Gloomy Balloons


Marnie Weber
Gloomy Balloons

Simon Lee
Marnie Weber, A Really Good Read


Marnie Weber
A Really Good Read

Simon Lee
Marnie Weber, Dirty Chicken Project


Marnie Weber
Dirty Chicken Project

Simon Lee
Marnie Weber, Bon Voyage at the Boat House


Marnie Weber
Bon Voyage at the Boat House

Simon Lee
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Marnie Weber, The Tiger


Marnie Weber
The Tiger, 2007
collage on light jet print


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Marnie Weber, Protecting the deer


Marnie Weber
Protecting the deer, 2008
collage of photographs


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Marnie Weber, The large deer


Marnie Weber
The large deer, 2001
collage on photograph


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1959   Born in Bridgeport, CT
1977 - 1979   University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA
1981   University of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, B.A.
  Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA
2012   Marc Jancou Contemporary, New York, NY (solo)
2010   Eternity Forever, West of Rome Public Art, Altadena, CA (solo)
2010   Marnie Weber, The Cinema Show, A Filmic Retrospective, Le Magasin Centre (solo)
2010   National d'Art Contemporain de Grenoble, France (solo)
2009   The Truth Speakers, Sea of Silence, Simon Lee Gallery, London, UK (solo)
2009   The Bondage of Decay, Marc Jancou Contemporary, New York, NY (solo)
2009   Collecting History: Highlighting Recent Acquisitions, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA (curated by Ann Goldstein and Bennett Simpson)
2008   Sonic Youth etc., Sensational Fix, Lieu International des Formes Emergentes, St. Nazaire, France (curated by Roland Groenenboom), show travels to Musion, Bolzano, Italy, Kunsthalle Dusseldorf, Germany and Malmo Kunsthalle, Sweden (catalogue)
2008   Tales of Wonder and Woe, Castle Gallery, College of New Rochelle, New York
2008   When It's A Photograph, Otis College of Art & Design, Los Angeles, CA
2008   Tulca 2008: I-Podism, Cultural Promiscuity In The Age of Consumption, Merchants Road Building, Galway City, Ireland
2008   It's A Celebration, Circus Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2008   Mel's Hole, Grand Central Art Gallery, California State University, Fullerton, CA
2008   ONE SHOT: 100X100, LA ART, Los Angeles, CA
2008   Good Doll Bad Doll, Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena, CA
2008   Busan Biennial, Busan Museum of Modern Art, Busan, Korea (curated by Nancy A Barton and Michael Cohen)
2008   One Shot: 100x100: 100 Angelenos Take 100 Photographs of LA for a Ticketed Event to Support LA>
2008   Saving the Farm, Bernier-Eliades Gallery, Athens (solo)
2008   The Melancholy Circus, Galerie Praz-Delavallade, Paris (solo)
2007   A Western Song, Utställningar Hösten 07, Vita Kuben, Umea, Sweden (solo)
  Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
  The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, CA
  Neuberger Berman, Inc., New York, NY
  Progressive Corporation, Mayfield, OH
  FRAC, Paris
2006    Holte, Michael Ned. “The Other Left Bank,” Interview Magazine, September 2006, pg 178.
2006    Duncan, Michael. “Babes in Spiritland,” Art in America, May 2006; pp. 176 – 179 (reproductions).
2006    Núñez-Fernández, Lupe. “Out of the Shadows,” Art Review, March 2006; pp 76-81 (reproductions).
2006    Buckley, Annie. “Marnie Weber,” Artnews, March 2006, p. 143 (reproduction).
2005    Zellen, Jody. “Marnie Weber at RFG,” artUS 11, December 2005 – February 2006; pp. 16 – 17 (reproductions).
2005    Buckley, Annie. “Marnie Weber at Rosamund Felsen Gallery,” ArtWeek, Dec 2005-Jan 2006; pg 16 (reproductions)
2005    Bockus, Kim. “Marnie Weber: From the Dust Room” New York Arts, November/December; pp 26-27 (reproductions)
2005    Barry Miles, Grant Scott and Johnny Morgan. The Greatest Album Covers of All Time, Collins and Brown (reproduction)
2005    Chris Kraus, Jan Tumlir and Jane McFadden. LA Artland: Contemporary Art from Los Angeles. Black Dog Publishing, London (reproductions).
2005    Duncan, Michael. “State of the Arts 05’,” LA Weekly, Oct. 28 – Nov. 3.
2005    Zellen, Jody. “Marnie Weber,” ArtScene, Oct.; p. 25 (reproduction).
2005    Ollman, Leah. “All dolled up, but not sure where it’s headed,” Los Angeles Times, Sept. 30,; p.E29 (reproduction).
2005    Wilder, Mathew. “Critic’s Pick,”, Sept. 23, (reproduction).
2005    Harvey, Doug. “Sprits Rock Among Us,” LA Weekly, August 12 – 18,; p. 48 (reproductions).
2005    Pecoil, Vincent. “Marnie Weber at Galerie Praz-Delavallade,” Flash Art, March/April, p. 121.
2005    H. C. Anderson, Hans Christian Anderson, Illustrated by Artists from Around the World, SolArc Publishing, Hertfordshire, UK
2003    Daniel Mendel-Black, “The Dollhouse,” Spring Journal 3, Spring 2003 (with illustrations)