Iris Klein

born in Austria
Santa Monica College, Los Angeles
Art Student League, New York Fine Arts,
Hunter College, New York, 2000

lived and worked
Lived and worked in Tokyo, Los Angeles and New York. Currently lives and works in LA.

solo exhibitions
Leica Gallery, New York, NY, 2007
Bannister Gallery, Providence, RI, 2005

group exhibitions
Austrian Cultural Forum, London, 2010
Eli Langer’s Sundays, Hollywood, 2009
Station Independent Projects, Bridge Art Fair NY, 2009
Bonelli Contemporary, Los Angeles, 2008
Peer Gallery, New York, NY, 2007
Austrian Cultural Forum, New York, NY, 2007 Momenta Art Benefit, Brooklyn, NY, 2006
Kodeljevo Castle, Ljubljana, 2006
Austrian Cultural Forum, New York, NY, 2006

group exhibitions cont'd
Gallery 128, New York, NY, 2005
Danny Simmons Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, 2005
Washington Square East Galleries, New York, NY, 2005
Stoneridge Center for the Arts, Stoneridge, NY, 2004
Leubsdorf Gallery, New York, NY, 2000

Austrian State grant for Fine Art Photography 2005

publications / articles
“21 Positions,” Austrian Cultural Forum, New York 2007
“She, Her and Me”, Chris Kraus, C Magazine, Toronto, Canada, 2007
“Switching Worlds: Desires and Identities,” Austrian Cultural Forum, 2006
“Iris Klein,” Katherine Rudolph, Wiener Zeitung, Vienna, Austria, March 2005
“Death in the Studio,” Artist book project by Hannes Priesch & Niki Lederer, 2002
“Women: The Work of Iris Klein,” Katherine Rudolph and J.J. Larrea, Wiener Zeitung, June 2002

publications / articles cont'd

"Body Doubles: Iris Klein in Context", lecture given by Deborah Bright at Bannister Gallery, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, Rhode Island, October 2005
“Iris Klein’s Dolls: Writing the Pose in Photographic Discourse,” lecture given by Katherine Rudolph, Rhode Island College, at the IAPL conference Women. Writing. Art, Leeds University, England, May 2003