Established New York City artist Louise Kramer has exhibited at the Whitney Museum, S.F. MoMA, The Brooklyn Museum, P.S. 1, Nassau County Museum of Fine Arts, CUNY Graduate Center, Storm King, and A.I.R. Gallery. Kramer studied with Mark Rothko at Hunter College, with Robert Morris, also at Hunter College, and with Max Beckmann at Cooper Union.
Kramer’s work has been reviewed in The New York Times, New York Times Magazine, New York Magazine, Artforum, Art News, The Village Voice, Newsday, Bridge Magazine, and Arts Magazine.
Private and public collections include: Ward Mintz, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Ann Sutherland Harris, David Stone, Maurine Rothschild, Jim Long, Eric Lowen Adler (Karlaplan Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden), Nassau Community College, Nassau County Museum of Fine Arts, Oberlin College Gallery (Oberlin, OH), CUNY Graduate Center (New York, NY), University of Iowa Museum of Art, Marian Orton, Samuel Bass, Lutz & Karr, R.S. Kwang, and The Jewish Museum.
Awards and fellowships: National Endowment for the Arts, New York State Council on the Arts-CAPS, Artist-in-Residence (University of Iowa), and Teacher/Lecturer, Office of Cultural Development, Nassau County, NY.