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Karen Margolis' work has been included in the 2016 Paper Biennial at the Rijswick Museum in the Netherlands and has upcoming exhibitions at Muriel Guepin Gallery in New York City and Galerie Beate Berndt in Germany. Her work has been exhibited at Bridgewater University, Massachusetts, Zurcher Salon in Paris, France, and in collaboration with M Missoni in New York City through Garis and Hahn. Selected group exhibitions include the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, the Hunterdon Art Museum, Weatherspoon Art Museum, Garis and Hahn, Schema Projects, McKenzie Fine Art and Josee Bienvenu Gallery. Previous solo exhibitions include Rockland Center for the Arts, Slate Gallery, Dieu Donne and The Delaware Center for Contemporary Art.
In 2015 she was nominated for an Anonymous was a Woman award. She received a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant and a workspace residency at Dieu Donne Papermill. Margolis' work is represented in public and private collections and has been featured in international and domestic press, including articles in Womens Wear Daily, ROOMS 16: Superluminal, Inspirational Issue 4 and Interalia Magazine's September 2015 Issue. Her work has appeared on the cover of an Italian Fashion Publication, Zoomonfashiontrends.
Margolis received a BS in Psychology from Colorado State University and a certificate in Microscopy from the New York Microscopical Society and currently resides in New York City.