Claire Zarouhee Nereim
CV

Born in Chicago
Lives and works in Los Angeles

Education

2011, MFA, California Institute of the Arts
2003, BA, Oberlin College

Solo and Two-Person Exhibitions

2015, TELEPHONES, Anne Guro Larsmon and Claire Nereim, Sixth Street Viaduct, Los Angeles, CA
2014, Claire Nereim, Jancar Jones Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2012, Claire Nereim, Jancar Jones Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2011, Thesis, California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, CA
2010, Rena Small, Claire Nereim, Jancar Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
      Julie Cloutier, Claire Nereim, Jancar Jones Gallery, San Francisco, CA
      Claire Nereim, California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, CA
2007, An Alphabet of Famous Mountains, The LAB, San Francisco, CA

Selected Group Exhibitions

2016, Please have enough acid in the dish!, M+B, Los Angeles, CA
      Humble Pie, Suppertime, Los Angeles, CA
      "Things", Soccer Club Club, Chicago, IL
      Sub Rosa, LOUDHAILER, Los Angeles, CA
2015, Reagan Babies, Ms. Barbers, Los Angeles, CA
      Recent Ruins, Either Way LA at Nuisance Alley, Los Angeles, CA
2014, Pool Heat, Verdens Ende Kunstforeningen, Tjøme, Norway
2013, Table Setting, Jancar Jones Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
      An exhibition which comes and goes as it pleases, Et al., San Francisco, CA
      Murmurial, Curtat Tunnel, Lausanne, Switzerland
      Set Pieces, Cardi Black Box, Milan, Italy
2012, Ex Libris, Sabina Lee Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2011, Claire Nereim, Kate Owens, Sean Talley, Alice Tippit, Jancar Jones Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
      All this happened more or less, The Popular Workshop, San Francisco, CA
      Perform Chinatown, Jancar Jones Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
      That's How We Know the Tongue is Blind, Curtat Tunnel, Lausanne, Switzerland
      Intimacies, Farley Building, Los Angeles, CA
2010, Plastic Theatre, The Barn, Los Angeles, CA
      Breaking the Spine, Rare Device, San Francisco, CA
      Editions, Jancar Jones Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2009, Nothing, Jancar Jones Gallery at No., San Francisco, CA
      Retractions, Root Division, San Francisco, CA
2008, Collection II, PLAySPACE, San Francisco, CA
      Code Switchers, The LAB, San Francisco, CA
2007, New Forms, Admin/CCA, San Francisco, CA
2006, Book Art, Oberlin Public Library, Oberlin, OH
2003, Convergence, Here Here Gallery, Cleveland, OH
      Text and Image, Clarence Ward Art Library, Oberlin, OH
2002, Nature of the Abstract, Fisher Hall, Oberlin, OH
      Re-Imagining the Book, Fisher Hall, Oberlin, OH

Publications

2016, The Arbor, artist's project, X-TRA Contemporary Art Quarterly, Volume 18, Number 3
      Tic Toc, artists book, published by Golden Spike Press
2011, What it feels like for a girl, contribution to publication by Amy Howden-Chapman
      Intimacies, exhibition publication, essay by Alejandro Segade
2008, STYMIE, artists' book, in collaboration with Julie Cloutier

Bibliography

2015, Aaron Horst, 'Reagan Babies' at Ms. Barbers, Contemporary Art Review LA, August 5
2013, Ava Jancar and Eric Jones, Interview: Claire Nereim, SFAQ, Issue 14
      Kathryn McKinney, An exhibition which comes and goes as it pleases, SFAQ Online, August
2011, Glen Helfand, Shotgun Review: All this happened more or less, Art Practical, September
      Lara Burke, Wild Flowers, Frankie Magazine, Issue 40, March/April
      April Sheridan, Portrait of the Artists as Young Book Makers, Journal of Artists' Books, Issue 25

2010, Mary Eisenhart, Don't Miss: Julie Cloutier/Claire Nereim, San Francisco Chronicle, March 25
      Lena Corwin and Maria Vettese, Lines & Shapes Volume 10: Color, Lines and Shapes Publications, New York, NY
2009, Print Magazine, Regional Design Annual, December
      Paperlogo, PAPER Magazine, April
      David Buuck, 'Retractions' at Root Division, Artweek, March
      Joy Deangdeelert Cho, Bloom Time, Philadelphia Inquirer, January 2
2008, Print Magazine, Regional Design Annual, December
      James Rohrbach, 'Code Switchers' at the LAB, Artlog.com, September
2007, San Francisco Bay Guardian, Local Artist Pick: Claire Nereim, December 5-11
      The Believer, Featured Artist, November/December (The Art Issue)
2005, Barbara Prior, Unburied Treasures, Oberlin Alumni Magazine, Winter