Emily Noelle Lambert
Recent Exhibitions

Re:Purposed at The Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota, Florida
February 13, 2015-May 17, 2015
Nick Cave, Aurora Robson, Mac Premo, Jill Sigman, El Anatsui, Alyce Santoro, Vanessa German, Matt Eskuche, Emily Noelle Lambert, and Daniel Rozin.
Re:Purposed will explore several of the more recognizable trends among artists who consistently “repurpose” garbage or detritus in their practice.

Recent Press
"like the strongest artists in this lineage—Malevich, Rothko, Hesse, Benglis, Sillman—Lambert creates a unique visual cosmos that demands full participation on its own terms."
Review of Curio Logic II in the Brooklyn Rail by Becky Brown 2014

"Lambert is most effective when she practices self-collage, cutting and pasting elements from older or rejected pieces into new compositions, or adding elements-gnarly globs of paint skin, seeds, doodles-to disrupt the paper's pristine surface. Throughout, the focus is on color and artmaking as a way of exercising a sense of wonder."
Modern Painter Magazine, January 2014.

"Each piece is a non-didactic glimpse into the artist’s practice and personal odyssey between abstraction and representation. The narrative ranges from the personal to the obscure and all appears to have emerged from the mind’s eye."
Katy Diamond Hamer's Year End Review on Eyes Towards the Dove

Studio visit with Jamie and Kevin from Ann Street Studio during lead up to installation for the Brooklyn Museum Artist Ball 2013

Interview during Lower East Side Printshop Residency

Great studio visit with Kendra Patrick from Muse Magazine

Refinery29 11 Brooklyn Artists to Watch