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Danielle Giudici Wallis
Redlands CA US
Updated: 2021-08-25 17:02:51


Danielle Giudici Wallis is an artist living and working in Southern California. She received her BA from Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio and her MFA from Stanford University where she was the recipient of the Murphy Cadogan Grant, the James Borelli Fellowship in Art, the Anita Squires Memorial Fund in Photography and a fellowship from the Cantor Center for the Visual Arts. Her work has been exhibited widely in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond including shows at Catharine Clark Gallery, SFMOMA Artists Gallery, The Bedford Gallery, Raid Projects in Los Angeles, A.I.R. in New York, and The California Palace of the Legion of Honor which holds one of her artist’s books in their Achenbach collection.



2009    Human Resources, Oakland Museum of California, 1111 Broadway, Oakland, CA

2008    Home Is Where You Hang Your Hat, Mark Wolfe Contemporary Art, San Francisco, CA

2007    Land(Mine)d, Raid Projects, Los Angeles, CA

2000    Waiting For A Sign…, Catharine Clark Gallery, San Francisco, CA

1998    Solo Exhibition, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Rental Gallery, San Francisco, CA

1997   Defining Her Animal Instinct, Museo Italo Americano, San Francisco, CA

1996   Introductions 96, Catharine Clark Gallery, San Francisco, CA



2021 Nomad, Torrance Art Museum Pop Up, Torrance, CA

2020   (Dis)Comfort, Wignall Museum, Rancho Cucamonga, CA

2019   Radical Beauty Pt. 8, Rhythmix Cultural Works, Alameda, CA

2018   Life in the Cracks, San Bernardino County Museum, Redlands, CA

2017    Codex 2017, 6th Biennial International Book Fair, San Francisco, CA

            Seager/Gray Gallery, Wreck of the Hesperus, Mill Valley, CA

            Musubu: Book and Art: Tokyo: California: Urawa, Urawa Museum, Saitama, Japan

2016   On the Line, site specific project, curated by Susan Ossman, Riverside, CA 

           Ten Years of Artists’ Books, Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY

2015    Beating Invasives, Riverside Art Museum’s Art Make, Riverside, CA          

2013    Art of the Book, Seager Gray Gallery, Mill Valley, CA

            Inspried by Process, Bolinas Museum, Bolinas, CA

2012   Art of the Book, Seager Gray Gallery, Mill Valley, CA

           Give Us Your Best Shot, OCCCA, Santa Ana, CA

2010   At Her Age, A.I.R. Gallery, Brooklyn, NY (curated by Martha Wilson)

2009   The 75thCrocker-Kingsley: California’s Biennial, Sacramento, CA

            Hearts and Minds, Rhythmix Cultural Ctr., Alameda, CA

2008    Aqua Art Wynnwood with Mark Wolfe Contemporary, Miami, FL

            Titration2: Park Fiction, Coffman Park, Dublin, OH 

            The Art of Diorama, Bedford Gallery, Walnut Creek, CA

            Swap Meet, Raid Projects, Los Angeles, CA

2007    Geisai Miami, Pulse Contemporary Art Fair, Miami, FL

            California Sculpture, SFMOMA Artists Gallery, SF, CA



Achenbach Collection at the Legion of Honor, San Francisco, CA

Bancroft Library, University of California at Berkeley, CA

Catharine Clark, San Francisco, CA

Stephen Cohen, Los Angeles, CA

Marcia Tanner, Berkeley, CA



2016   Brien, Patrick, Cultural Diversity Drives Redlands Artist, Press Enterprise, October 7

2014    Danielle Giudici Wallis of Redlands Curates Exhibit at Wignall, Redlands Daily 

            Facts, November 13 

2008    Pulse, Art Ltd., November-December 2008

            Cheng, De Witt, The Art of Diorama, Small Worlds After All, East Bay Express, April 23

            Feran, Tim, Public Votes Not to Think Outside the Box, Columbus Dispatch, December 9

            Leaverton, Michael, This Is Not A Crayon, SF Weekly, November 5-11

            Mayr, Bill, Whimsy Defines a Quartet of Unusual Sculptures, Columbus Dispatch, October 19

            Morrisoe, Julia, Alt Basel, Sculpture Magazine, April

            Wood, Sura, Art as Portal to other Places, SF Arts Monthly, May, Volume 19 No. 10

2007    Ellwood, Mark, Made in Japan: The Geisai Art Fair goes to Florida, NY Times Style 

            Magazine, Holiday Issue