'Tracing the Past,'
Jonathan Goodman interviews Nicola Ginzel about mapping the Palais Equitable in Vienna, Austria through frottage for the series, 'How Do You Restructure Form?' May 2022
Memory, Form and Talismans
is an essay by Ian Pedigo about the beginning stages of the series 'How Do You Restructure Form?' - 2020
'Gold Hands for Democracy' is supported by the Austrian Cultural Forum in New York.
The project’s intention is to illuminate the positive traits of humanity by using the symbol of the hand as a catalyst. Through June 2022.
Gold Hands for Democracy
is an interactive project by Austrian-American Visual Artist, Nicola Ginzel. Supported by 16 European General Consulates and Cultural Institutions including the Ukrainian Institute of America in New York (slow link but works).
Sonos Civitatem, MMXX
is a collaboration of my work with composer, Mariella Cassar–Cordina of Malta, to reimagine NYC post March 20, 2020. Phase I of the 6-week virtual project was made possible through Undercurrent Gallery in Brooklyn, the Austrian Cultural Forum, New York, and the Arts Council of Malta.
Q21 Artist-in-Residence Program
in Vienna, Austria was funded by a 2019-20 US Fulbright Scholar Grant.
25 E 73rd Street New York, NY 10021
Nicola Ginzel at The Gallery @ 1 GAP, Brooklyn, NY
a featured item from THE LIST - artcritical, September 2017
Artist Recovers Pieces of Her Soul
Hi-Desert Star, Joshua Tree, CA - 2016
Video of solo exhibition at Cathouse FUNeral,
Documentation done with a Go Pro Camera—very wide single lens.
Retrospective Scraps: A Survey of Work by Nicola Ginzel
Stephanie Buhmann of Art Critical reviews Ginzel's Solo Exhibition: "My Bed is Made of Atoms" at Cathouse FUNeral — December 2015
"Slow Enhancers" at Platform Gallery, curated and organized by SEASON in Seattle, WA
includes work by artists who are engaged with conceptual content but dedicated to traditional materials--paint, stone, collage — August 2015
FROTTAGE in the Ginzel method
"Playing with Sketches" by Whitney Sherman, Rockport Publishers, 2014
Critic's Pick - WAGMAG -
Enrico Gomez reviews Critical Path at Art 101, Williamsburg, Brooklyn - March 2012