Denise Treizman is an artist born and raised in Chile, currently based in New York. She has an MFA in Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts, New York. Her work has been exhibited in several cities of the world, including Santiago (Chile), Buenos Aires (Argentina), Shanghai (China), Madrid (Spain), Berlin (Germany), San Francisco, New Jersey, Chicago and in New York (USA). Treizman has been a resident at the Vermont Studio Center Residency with the Robert Sterling Clark Foundation fellowship award for Latin American Artists (Johnson, VT) , at Berlin Collective/APT Institute residency (Brooklyn, NY), Ox-Bow Residency (Saugatuck, MI), NARS Foundation (Brooklyn, NY), ACRE Residency (Steuben, WI), Triangle Workshop (Salem, NY) and at MASS MoCA Assets for the Artists Residency. (North Adams, MA).
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. In 2015, Treizman was awarded a studio membership at the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Studio Program in New York City, where she currently works. In 2016, Treizman created an interactive public artwork for FLOW.16 at Randall’s Island Park in NY, commission awarded by the Park and the Bronx Museum for the Arts. In 2016, she had solo exhibitions at Cuchifritos Gallery and Wave Hill’s Sunroom Project Space. In 2017 she had individual exhibitions at Soho20 Gallery +/- Project Space (Brooklyn, NY) and at M.E.N Gallery. (NYC). Treizman is represented by Alfa Gallery in Miami, FL and by Proto Gallery in Hoboken, NJ, where she recently had a solo exhibition in 2018.
Photo Credits: Dulce Lamarca