SOLO AND TWO-PERSON EXHIBITIONS
2021 Time Capsule: Katherine Keltner and Luc Dubois, Bibliothèque de Saint-Pierre-les-Becquets, Quebec City (travelling to Bibliothèque Fortierville and Bibliothèque municipal de Sainte-Françoise)
2020 Quarantine Meditations, Sweet Lorraine Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2018 Katherine Keltner and Luc Dubois - Unbound: Points of Encounters, Katzen Arts Center, American University Museum, Washington DC
2017 Picturing Me, Sweet Lorraine Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2021 Reflections, Rhombus Space, Brooklyn, NY (forthcoming)
Twenty Twenty Twenty One, Sweet Lorraine Gallery, Brooklyn
Visions of the Land Trust Preserves, Minor Memorial Library, Roxbury, CT
2020 Corona Care +, Field Projects Gallery, Brooklyn, NY (online)
2017 Transform, Alfa Gallery, Miami, FL
Material Process, Curated by Peter Gynd, Sweet Lorraine Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2016 STUFF(ed), Sweet Lorraine Gallery, Brooklyn, NY (Curator)
Connected, 449 Troutman Street, Brooklyn, NY
2015 Necessary Construct, Trestle Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
From New York with Love, Red Head Gallery, Toronto, ON, Canada
No Sleep' Till Berlin, Mitte, Berlin, Germany
Select: Katherine Keltner, Alexandra Posen, Shawn Powell and Aaron Williams, Select Fair, NY, NY
New Work City, Curated by Julie Torres, Momenta Art, Brooklyn, NY
2014 Elusive Abstraction: Peter Demos, Katherine Keltner, Alexandra Posen and Albert Weaver, Rhombus Space, Brooklyn, NY
The Brucennial, Bruce High Quality Foundation & Vito Schnabel Present...The Last Brucennial, NY
The M Word, The Feminist Art Project at CAA, Columbia College, Chicago, IL
2013 tARTisART, DUMBO Arts Festival, Brooklyn, NY
In Her Nature, Curated by Krista Saunders, Fountain Art Fair, New York, NY
Collectively Assembled: 28 Visits, 1 Show, curated by Yulia Tikhonova, Arts @ Renaissance, Brooklyn
Sideshow Nation, Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2012 tART Publications, curated by Antidote, Verge Art Fair, Miami, FL
Capturing Time, SPACEWOMb, Queens, NY
The Billboard Art Project. Albany, NY (Public Art Installation)
To Be Considered, Muriel Guepin Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Tell Me Now: Stories and Emblems 2012, curated by MaDora Frey, Grand Projects, NY
Collectivity: Art-Making in a Collective, curated by Heng-Gil Han, William P. Miller Gallery, Jamaica
Center for Arts & Learning, Queens, NY
2011 Chain Letter, Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2010 Re-Vision, Katzen Arts Center, American University Museum, Washington, DC
Second Process, Curated by Albert Weaver, Grand Projects, New York, NY
2009 Mother/Mother*, Curated by Jennifer Wroblewski, A.I.R. Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
tART @ A.I.R., Curated by Kat Griefen, A.I.R. Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
12x12x100: 100 Years of the Visual Arts at Chautauqua Institute, Logan Gallery, Chautauqua, NY
2008 Go, Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT
Your House/My House, Private Land, Buffalo, NY (Permanent Public Art Installation)
2007 Unfathom, Max Protetch Gallery, NY, NY
2006 The Best Just Got Better, Curated by Yael Reinharz, Creative Time, NY
Next, Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT
2005 Once, I Thought I Saw a Whisper, East River, Empire-Fulton Ferry State Park, Dumbo Arts Center, Brooklyn, NY (Public Art Installation)
Partenze, Pyramide Galleria d’Arte, Rome, Italy
4 Times 4, Logan Gallery, Chautauqua, NY
Strati Incrociati, Galleria Il Labirinto, Rome, Italy
2003 My Summer with Luc, Chautauqua Institute, Chautauqua, NY (Public Art Installation)
FELLOWSHIPS, RESIDENCIES, GRANTS AND AWARDS
2018 Artist’s Grant, Volumes Paris, France
2016 Fellowship, Ragdale, Lake Forest, IL
Artist-in-Residence, Rhombus Space, Brooklyn, NY
2014 Artist’s Grant, Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT
2013 Arteles Center, Hämeenkyrö, Finland (deferred)
2009 Finalist, Thatcher Hoffman Smith Prize, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK
2007 Teaching Artist, Untitled/Artspace, Oklahoma City, OK
2006 Fellowship, Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT
2004 Distinction Award, American University, Washington DC
2003 Fellowship, Chautauqua Institution Art Residency Program, Chautauqua, NY
Purchase Award, Chautauqua Institution Permanent Collection, Chautauqua, NY
1997 Thesis with High Honors in Critical Theory, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH
INVITED ARTIST LECTURES
2018 Visiting Artist Lecture, American University, Washington, DC
2017 Artist Talk, Trestle Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2015 Visiting Artist Lecture, Hunter College, New York, NY
2014 Artist Talk on One Year: Somewhere in Between (A Life in 365 Days), Rhombus Space in conjunction with Post Partum Party exhibition, Brooklyn, NY
“Multiplicities from Motherhood: How the Changing Representation of the Female Body as Mother Widens the Discourse on Issues of Support,” NWSA 2013 Conference - Negotiating Points of Encounter, Cincinnati, Ohio
2013 “Collective Support and the Curator, A Conversation: Nina Felshin and Katherine Keltner,” A@R, Brooklyn
“Where Are We Now? Contemporary Feminism via Support Structures,” Meulensteen, NY
2012 Moderator, “Looking at Contemporary Art through a Support Structure Framework.” Panel Discussion, Jamaica Center for Arts & Learning, Queens, NY
Collectivity: Artists’ Talk, JCAL, Queens, NY
2007 “Exquisite Bind,” Untitled/Artspace, Oklahoma City, OK
Keltner, Katherine. “Excellent and Accessible: Art in Multiples.” POVArts 18 February 2021,
Wheat, Carolina. Live Virtual with Katherine Keltner. 19 November 2020.
Sorgatz, Mike. “Katerina Lanfranco: Nature Poems / Katherine Keltner: Quarantine Meditations.” Art in Brooklyn. 3 November, 2020,
Simone, Ashley, ed. “Daily Narratives,” [Trans-] Fiction, [Trans-] Journal, Vol. 6, College of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture at The University of Arizona, June 2020.
Keltner, Katherine. “Forming My Foundations: Coming of Age in the Art World, Part 2, Elizabeth Murray.” POVArts 18 June 2020,
---. “Forming My Foundations: Coming of Age in the Art World, Part 1, Barbara Rose.” POVArts 2 March 2020, https://povarts.com/2020/03/02/forming-my-foundations-coming-of-age-in-the-art-world-part-1/
Sorgatz, Mike. “Gowanus Open Studios – TI Art Studios.” Art in Brooklyn. 17 October, 2017,
---. “Katherine Keltner: Picturing Me at Sweet Lorraine Gallery.” Art in Brooklyn. 18 March, 2017
Johnson, Paddy and Michael Anthony Farley, "Highlights from Select: Shawn Powell and Katherine Keltner at Rhombus Space.” Art F City. May 14, 2015, www.http://artfcity.com/2015/05/14/select-trying-to-do-too-much/
Keltner, Katherine. “Zoe Leonard’s ‘Analogue.’” POVarts. 10 August 2015, http://povarts.com/2015/08/10/zoe-leonards-analogue-encompasses-history-over-time-through-412-photos-at-the-moma/
---. “Painting the Analog/Digital Divide.” POVarts. 29 June 2015,
---. "Multiplicities from Motherhood: How the Changing Representation of the Female Body as Mother Widens the Discourse on Issues of Support." International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Vol. 5, No. 3, (2015): 156-158.
D’Agostino, Paul. “Brooklyn Art in 2013: What to Watch.” The L Magazine. 2 January 2013: 14-15.
Keltner, Katherine. “Mira Schor Distinguished Artist Interview at CAA.” tART Blog. February 16, 2013, https://tartblog.wordpress.com/2013/02/16/mira-schor-distinguished-artist-interview-at-caa/
“On the Ground: 9 Weekly NYC Art Picks.” ARTINFO. 16 May 2012: 9.
Bynoe, Holly. “Review of Collectivity at JCAL.” ARC The Magazine. 4 April 2012: 12-14.
Greenline, “A ‘Renaissance’ in Womens Art.” Greenline. 4 October 2011: 6-7.
Cesarczyk, Michael. “The Renaissance Women of tART.” Greenpoint Gazette. 16 September 2011: 1-3.
Hummel, Nicole. “The Rebel Girls of tART.” Radiohive. 24 May 2011: 2-3.
Gibson, David. NY Art Marathon Blog, #16. 21 March 2011.
“Tart at AIR Gallery.” NYFA. August 2010.
Guha, Robin. “Sweet tARTs Go Down the Rabbit Hole.” Black Book Magazine. 3 July 2008: 21-24.
Parajon, Lauren. “Artist Binds Body for Art.” Oklahoma Gazette. 11 December 2007: 1-2.
“Top Picks – Unfathom at Max Protetch.” ArtCat. July 2007.
“Critic’s Picks – Unfathom at Max Protetch.” Village Voice. July 2007.
“Critic’s Picks – Three Ways at E3 Gallery.” Village Voice. May 2006.
Wade, Elizabeth. “A Haven for Art Down Under.” Columbia Spectator. 14 October 2005: 6-7.
TEACHING AND PROFESSIONAL INVOLVEMENT
Teaching Artist, Trestle Workshop, Brooklyn, NY 2015-2019
Visiting Artist, Graduate Thesis Studio, Department of Art, American University, Washington DC, 2018
Curator, STUFF(ed), Sweet Lorraine Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, 2016
Guest Critic, Introduction to Painting, Department of Art and Art History, Hunter College, NY, NY, 2012
Guest Critic, Advanced Drawing Studio, Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, New York, NY, 2009
Guest Critic, Process as Product, Barnard College Department of Architecture, New York, NY, 2008
Archival Assistant and Web Development, Peter Halley Studio, NY. 2007-2008
Studio Manager, Martha Rosler Studio, NY. 2006-2007
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Introduction to Drawing, Department of Art and Art History, Marymount Manhattan College, NY, 2006
Guest Critic, Advanced Drawing Studio, Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, New York, NY, 2006
Guest Critic, Digital Inference, Department of Architecture, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, 2005
Team Leader, The Gates installation, Central Park, New York, NY, 2005
Guest Lecturer, Art in Public Spaces, Department of Architecture, City College of New York, NY, NY, 2004
Guest Critic, Visual Interventions, Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, New York, NY, 2004
Drawing Instructor, Visual Art Department, VSVU Academy of Fine Art and Design, Bratislava, Slovak Republic, 2004
Research Assistant, Barbara Rose, Art Historian, Critic, Curator, 2001-2004
CURATED PORTFOLIO REGISTRIES
Artfare, New York, NY
White Columns, New York, NY
M.F.A. Studio Art. Concentration in Painting with Distinction. American University
Exchange Student, M.F.A. Program, Brooklyn College
M.Arch Graduate Studies in Architecture, Columbia University GSAPP
A.B. with High Honors, Dartmouth College
The Chautauqua Institute
Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton
Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones
Lara and Stephen Harrison
Jane L. and William E. Havemeyer
Joseph Kahn and Shannon Wu
The New York Times