Venus Walks on Pearls
Opening 7-9pm on August 25,2022
with a discussion between Danielle Riede and Dr. Michael Krajewski
August 26 – October 25, 2022
Sound Walk III
June 7-11 2022
Curated by Antje Gorner
Kunstraum Reuter & Takt Gallery
Opening at Kunstraum Reuter on April 4, 2022 5-8pm
Part of Anne Harris's ongoing community drawing project.
Basile Gallery - Herron Galleries
March & April 2022
Two-Person Exhibition with Antje Görner
Curated by Rosaana Velasco
December 1-31, 2021
Body Electric II
Solo Exhibition, Body Electric II
Curated by Antje Görner
Painting with Air
Holding the Sun
November 23, 2020 - February 1, 2021
Garvey | Simon
Artisan Lofts 143 Reade St.
November 2, 2020 – March 20, 2021
New York, NY
Fall & Winter 2020
Buildings and Bodies: The Dwellings of Dance
Playtime: from Innocence to Debauchery
Hands-On: A Collective Haptic Perspective
Randolph H. Deer Endowed Professor of Painting
Recipient of Randolph H. Deer endowed professorship of painting at Herron School of Art & Design at IUPUI
iMOCA & Axis Architecture
Garvey | Simon Art Access
New York, New York
November 16 - December 23, 2017
Mexico City, Mexico
Barnes & Thornburg Exhibition
October 6, 2017 - January 26, 2018
New installation, "Quench", on view.
September 12, 2017 - Deceember 10, 2017
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Garvey | Simon
My Wingpspan paintings are available through Garvey | Simon Art Access - New York.
Ball State University
Visiting Artists, Designers, and Scholars Series
Lecture - 5:30pm
February 7, 2017
Baum Gallery - University of Central Arkansas
curated by Sandra Luckett
Basile Gallery, Herron Galleries - IUPUI
Voyages of Discovery
AB FAB 3
August 5 - 27 2016
Hier und Jetzt
Garvey Simon Art Access
New York, New York
Mark Borghi Gallery
View from Within
New York, New York
Opening Reception April 21, 2016
curated by Anne Surak
Stories Unknown shares insight into Goodwill's mission by using repurposed textiles collected from Goodwill Outlets in central Indiana. Riede has sewn, knotted and woven strips of fabric together into an architectural composition that redefines the exhibition space. Light, shadow and negative space are critical elements of the work.
Opening Reception - April 21, 2016
The Motherload: Dundee
Hannah Maclure Centre - Abertay University
Symposium and Exhibition
Mapping the Aether - Indianapolis Museum of Art
Artistic Director Stephanie Nugent/Nugent Dance, with co-creator Suzanne Lappas, presents Mapping the Aether, an evening of innovative dance theater and live music. The program, features performances by Nugent and Lappas and will include three works.
Arrive at 7:30PM on Thursday night for a pre-show talk, moderated by IMA’s Scott Stulen with choreographer Selene Carter and visual artist Danielle Riede.
Program starts at 8pm on Thursday, January 21, 2016.
Indianapolis Museum of Art (in the Toby Theater)
Indianapolis Museum of Art (in the Deer Zink Events Pavilion)
An HOURGLASS event in Big Tent as part of IMA’s “Silent Night”
Blickpunkt / Viewpoint
curated by Isolde Krams
Opens September 18, 2015
Takt Artist Residency - Berlin, Germany
The Mother Load
Dallas Museum of Art
Center for Creative Connections
Opening - September 19th.
Included as an artist in Lesli Robertson's and Natalie Macellaio's project: The Mother Load. Co-curated by Susan Diachisin.
Sustainable Growths: Rooftop Installation on Abandoned Home
Outdoor installation installation on abandoned home south of Brookside Park in Indianapolis, Sustainable Growths. Held free art workshops for neighborhood residents at site.
Opening Celebration and Cookout - June 21, 2014.
561 square foot installation composed of recycled RCA Dome Fabric and artificial plants gleaned from discarded crafts.
June 21 - September 30 2014.
Arquetopia: Natural Pigments Residency
Studied natural pigmentation techniques for dying cotton, wool and silk with expert from Oaxaca, Mexico. July 2014.
Higgs Field Contemporary
Solo exhibit at Higgs Field in Budapest, Hungary. May 30-June 20, 2014.
Tears and Rain
Solo exhibition at the Indianapolis Arts Center opens on December 13th. Runs through February 3rd, 2014.
Curated by good good things, "Object Object", is an exhibition of small works from 71 national artists. Opens at Helmuth Projects in San Diego, California on November 15th.
Musee Regional d'Art Contemporaine Languedoc-Roussillon
Opening celebrating the permanent collection. My installation composed of paint that I collected from artists in Mexico, the United States and Europe entitled, "My Favorite Colors", will be featured in the exhibition.
Saturday, February 9, 2013.
Weekend U Panel - NCAA Convention Center
Participating in panel: "Exploring Current Trends and Unconventional Methods in Visual Art and Design."
Noon-1pm. February 16, 2013
New Frontiers Grant Award - Indiana University
Awarded New Frontiers Grant Award from Indiana University to fund public installation project on abandoned properties in downtown Indianapolis.
Glasstire Southern California
Glasstire is a website that features news, arts and events in southern California. "5 from 1" is a section of that website devoted to curated, virtual studio visits. John Oliver Lewis and Jessica McCambly invited me to participate in this virtual studio visit. The images show an installation detail, relics from crafts that I've collected, an image related to a future project and a video still from a work that I created with artist Alberto Baraya.
Opekta Summit at the Opekta International Artist Residency.
Other participats are Lukas Baden, Melissa Hopson, Anastasia Malkhazova, Anna Mirbach, Ama Peters, Dzifa Peters, Martin Rooz, Ruslan, Lukas Schmenger and Grace Schwindt
Cologne, Germany. July 2012
Museo de la Cuidad, Merida, Mexico
Institut für Skulpturale Peripherie
Expedition Bogota - Indianapolis
Two-person exhibition with Alberto Baraya.
Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art. Oct. 7 - Nov. 18, 2011.
Lecture with Alberto Baraya at Basile Auditorium, Herron School of Art and Design. Oct. 5th - 5:30pm.
Talking to Tecumseh
Solo Exhibition at Youngstown State. Opening October 18 - November 4, 2011.
Lecture at McDonough Museum October 18 from 4:30pm-5:30pm.
Art Street: Studio D, The University of Dayton. October 3 - 24. 2011
Reception and Discussion: Tuesday October 18, 6-8pm