Emily Sartor at LeMieux Galleries

LeMieux Galleries
332 Julia Street
Monday - Saturday, 10 am - 6 pm

LeMieux Galleries are featuring a series of smaller Prospect.1.5 showcase exhibitions that focus on the works of artists originally from New Orleans and Louisiana who live in New York and California. Emily Sartor is the third and final artist in this series.

Emily Sartor was born in Monroe, Louisiana in 1975. She now lives and works in New York.

“These works are both freewheeling and sentimental. Each work tells a different story, but all describe the feeling of being both a part of,and at odds with, ones environment.  I approach painting as a collector, using found words and images to uncover shared sentiment. Though the works often tell stories of failure or longing they are triumphant. Triumphant because these are stories about creativity- messy,beautiful and full of uncertainty.” 
-Emily Sartor

Rank Stranger
Mixed media on paper
22x30 inches

oil on canvas
72x52 inches
2007 …         After While \ Massimo Audiello, New York
2005 …         Emily Sartor \ Massimo Audiello, New York
2003 …         Selections from the Blackwater: Emily Sartor - Meredith Pardue \ Brunner Gallery, Covington, Louisiana
2001 …         Emily Sartor: The Art of Losing \ Brunner Gallery, Covington, Louisiana
Emily Sartor: Homecoming \ Stuben West Gallery, Pratt Institute, New York
1998 …         Emily Sartor: Works on Paper \ Indigo Company, Monroe, Louisiana
Paintings and Photographs: Emily Sartor - Eric Weiss \ E.J Bellocq Gallery, Ruston,Louisiana
1997 …         Emily Sartor \ Park Avenue Gallery, Monroe, Louisiana

2008 …         Pulse New York \ Represented by Galerie Tanit
2007 …         Second Line \ Ad Hoc Art, curated by Laura Blereau, Brooklyn, New York
Americana \ Gallery Ocho, Santa Barbara, California
Extended Visits: Kelly Breslin, Shona Macdonald, Emily Sartor and Olivia Schreiner \ Skestos Gabriele Gallery Chicago, Illinois
New Landscapes \ Gallery, Ocho, Santa Barbara, California
Land Force \ Curated by John L. Moore, Sabina Lee Gallery, Los Angeles, California
2006 …         Art Brussels 2006 \ Galerie Tanit, Belgium
Ridykeulous \ curated by A.L. Steiner & Nicole Eisenman, Participant Inc., New York
2005 …         Resonant Part III \ Hun Gallery, New York
2004 …         Landscape \ Gary Tatintsian Gallery, New York
New York Show \ Opelousas Museum of Art, Opelousas, Louisiana
Annual Exhibition \ Masure Museum of Art, Monroe, Louisiana
2003 …         Best Of \ Brunner Gallery, Covington, Louisiana
The Big Picture \ The New Gallery, Monroe, Louisiana
Group Show \ Chelsea Hotel, New York
2002 …         Introducing \ Galerie Simonne Stern, New Orleans, Louisiana
Laboratorium \ Gallery 28, Savanna, Georgia
2001 …         MFA Selected Show \ Pratt Institute, New York, New York
New Works \ Brunner Gallery, Covington, Louisiana
1999 …         Annual Exhibition \ Masure Museum of Art, Monroe, Louisiana
1998 …         Annual Exhibition \ Masure Museum of Art, Monroe, Louisiana
1997 …         Selected Works \ Lamar Dodd School of Art, Athens, Georgia

2008 …         Pratt Institute, After While,” at Massimo Audiello, New York
2004 …         Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, New York
2002 …         Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, New York
2002 …         Dwight School, New York, New York

Cotter, Holland. Emily Sartor: ‘After While’, “Last Chance” The New York Times, Friday October 27, 2007, pg. E27
Rudick, Nicole. Emily Sartor at Massimo Audiello, Artforum.com New York Critics’ Pick, March 2005
The State We’re In hosted by Robyn Ekings and Charlie Whinham, Louisiana Public Broadcasting (LPB), Louisiana, July 2004 (broadcasted)
Five Louisiana Women Artists, Turnrow, Spring 2003 (illustrated)
Ackel, Leslie J. Image as Metaphor, New Orleans Art Review, March/ April 2001

2002         MFA, Painting, Pratt Institute, New York 
1998         BFA, Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, Louisiana
Long Black Limousine
Oil on canvas
31 x 54 inches