Drew Heitzler

Born:
1972
Residence:
Venice, California, USA
Nationality:
American
Trust:
APT Los Angeles
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PRESS & PUBLICATIONS

  • Blum & Poe announces the gallery’s third exhibition with Drew Heitzler. As Don DeLillo in White Noise (Viking, 1985) postulated, "Californians invented the concept of life-style.

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  • The Getty's 11-day festival revisits performance artists' memorable work from decades' past, with a lineup that includes James Turrell, Suzanne Lacy and Judy Chicago.

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  • Marlborough Chelsea presents Comic Books, Inverted Stamps, Paranoid Literature, a new project by Drew Heitzler. Comprising 37 works on paper and a new

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  • The Getty's 11-day festival revisits performance artists' memorable work from decades' past, with a lineup that includes James Turrell, Suzanne Lacy and Judy Chicago.

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  • Marlborough Chelsea presents Comic Books, Inverted Stamps, Paranoid Literature, a new project by Drew Heitzler. Comprising 37 works on paper and a new

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  • Last summer, artist and bar proprietor Drew Heizler curated an exhibition with his L.A. gallery, Blum&Poe, called "Endless Bummer/Surf Elsewhere,"

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  • Biennial. These days the word generates conflicting responses of anticipation and dread.

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  • Fandom typically involves frivolous pursuits like Dodger dogs or Comic-Con nerdery, but for artists it's practically a necessity.

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BIOGRAPHY

Drew Heitzler (b. 1972 Charleston, South Carolina) received a BA from Fordham University, College at Lincoln Center in New York in 1993; an MFA from the City University of New York, Hunter College, in New York in 2000; and studied at the Slade School at University College in London and the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in Skowhegan, Maine, in 1999 and 2002 respectively. Selected solo exhibitions include In Practice at the Sculpture Center in New York (2008); L.H.a.N.T. at the Angstrom Gallery in Dallas, Texas (2008); Black Noise (with Flora Wiegmann at CNEAI in Paris (2008); T.S.O.Y.W. at LA><ART in Los Angeles (2008); 88:88 at The Project in New York (2007); No Jerks at Rental Gallery in New York (2007); and Orchids for Orchard at Orchard in New York (2007). He is represented by Blum & Poe in Los Angeles and Marlborough Chelsea in New York. Drew Heitzler lives and works in Los Angeles.