Linn Meyers

Upcoming News and Exhibitions

The BBC has aired a short piece on the ephemerality of Our View From Here at the Hirshhorn Museum.  You can watch it on the BBC website.

A selection of Meyers's works on paper will be included in a group show at KUK Galerie in Cologne, Germany.  The exhibition will open on January 17th.  

Meyers's exhibition, gazing has its limits, will open at The Columbus Museum on January 11th, 2018. There will be an artist's talk and reception open to the public.

Louder Than Bombs, an exhibition curated by Douglass Witmer, will open on January 10th at The Curator Gallery in NYC. The exhibition includes work by Linn Meyers, Steven Alexander (PA), Michael Brennan (NYC), Mary Bucci McCoy (MA), Lucas Kelly (PHL), Emma Langridge (AU), Marion Piper (UK), Jon Poblador (US/CN), Tim Schwartz (PHL), and Michael Voss (NYC)

Along with Caitlin Teal Price and Tim Doud, Meyers has co-founded STABLE, a 501(c)3 organization which supports the greater DC arts community through affordable and sustainable studio space and programming.

The 4th iteration of Now Be Here, a project started by Kim Schoenstadt in Los Angeles in 2016, was brought to DC in partnership with Linn Meyers and the National Museum of Women in the Arts.  The DC/MD/VA version of Now Be Here took place on October 25th at the National Museum of Women in the Arts. Over 465 artists showed up for the event.

Linn Meyers was named Artist Honoree at the 2017 Spring Gala at The Smithsonian's Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.  More information on the event is here.

The DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities has granted Meyers an Artist Fellowship for the 2018 fiscal year.

Tamarind Institute has published a deck of cards as one piece of their 55th anniversary celebration. The image on the '10 of Clubs' is a drawing the Meyers made in the guest book there in 2006 -- check it out here.  Meyers was Artist In Residence at Tamarind in 2006 and 2015, during each residency she completed 3 editions. She will return to Tamarind in March, 2018, for a third residency.

Two commissioned works by Meyers are currently on view at Claridge's in London, UK inside Fera.