Denise Treizman is a Chilean-Israeli artist, currently based in Miami. Her work has been exhibited at PROTO GOMEZ Gallery, New York, New York; Wave Hill, Bronx, New York; Hybrid Art Fair, Madrid, Spain; Penn State University, Pennsylvania; Latino Arts, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; LVL3 Gallery, Chicago, Illinois; The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, New York; and Cuchifritos Gallery/Artist’s Alliance, New York, New York, Soho20 Gallery, New York, New York, PROTO Gallery, Hoboken, New Jersey, among others. Treizman has completed artist residencies at Mass MOCA, North Adams, Massachusetts; NARS Foundation International Artists Residency, Brooklyn, New York; Triangle Workshop, Salem, New York; ACRE Residency, Steuben, Michigan; Ox-Bow Residency, Saugatuck, Michigan; and Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, Vermont, among others.
In 2015, she was fellow at the Bronx’s Museum Artist in the Marketplace program, culminating with “The Bronx Calling”, a biennial exhibition at the museum. That same year, Treizman was awarded a studio residency at the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Studio Program in New York City, where she developed her work until 2019. In 2016, Treizman created an interactive public artwork at Randall’s Island Park in New York, commission awarded by the NYC Parks Alliance and the Bronx Museum for the Arts.
Treizman earned an MFA from the School of Visual Arts, New York, and is currently a studio resident at Laundromat Art Space in Miami, Florida. Having lived in many densely populated cities over the years—Santiago, London, San Francisco, New York City, Haifa, and now Miami—her practice has stemmed from and benefited from throwaway culture.
Photo Credits: Dulce Lamarca