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Eliza Newman-Saul
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Eliza Newman-Saul

Eliza Newman Saul (b. 1980) is a practicing artist based in Amsterdam and New York. She completed de Ateliers in Amsterdam (2009). In the winter of 2010 she was in residence at the Irish Museum of Modern Art (Dublin, IR). Her artwork has been commissioned by SKOR’s de Inkijk (Amsterdam, NL) and Corcoran’s Project for the Arts (Washington, DC), Artspeak Vancouver Canada (2009), and Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art in Rotterdam (2010). She was selected for Explum 09 (Murcia, Spain), the 2007 Scope Art Fair in New York, Smack Mellon (Brooklyn, NY), and PS1/MOMA Contemporary Art Center in conjunction with N+1 (Queens, NY). New York gallery shows include Roebling Hall, 33 Bond St. and Alona Kagan Gallery. Her lectures have appeared in Performance Research Journal (Routledge Press), N+1’s first pamphlet publication (N+1 Research Branch), Paper Monument, Kiosk and P-Que (Cuneiform Press). She attended Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in 2005 and holds an MFA in Visual Arts from Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University as well as a BFA in Cinema Studies from Tisch School for the Arts, New York University, were she also tought several filmclasses.