The White Columns Curated Artist Registry is an online catalog of digital images documenting the work of artists who are not affiliated with a commercial gallery in New York City. Each submission is reviewed by our curatorial staff; in order to be considered for the registry, one must submit work digitally via this website.
Exhibitions Necessary Construct, Trestle Gallery, Brooklyn; From New York with Love, Red Head Gallery, Toronto 2015; No Sleep' Till Berlin, Mitte, Berlin 2015; Select: Katherine Keltner, Alexandra Posen, Shawn Powell and Aaron Williams, Select Fair, New York 2015; New Work City, Curated by Julie Torres, Momenta Art, Brooklyn, 2015; Elusive Abstraction: Peter Demos, Katherine Keltner, Alexandra Posen, Albert Weaver, Rhombus Space, Brooklyn 2014; BHQF and Vito Schnabel Present The Last Brucennial, New York 2014; The M Word, The Feminist Art Project at CAA, Columbia College, New York 2014; tARTisART, DUMBO Arts Festival, Brooklyn, NY 2013; In Her Nature, Curated by Krista Saunders, Fountain Art Fair, New York 2013; Collectively Assembled: 28 Visits, 1 Show, curated by Yulia Tikhonova, Arts @ Renaissance, Brooklyn, NY 2013; Sideshow Nation, Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn, NY 2013; To Be Considered, Muriel Guepin Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, 2012; Collectivity: Art-Making in a Collective, curated by Heng-Gil Han, William P. Miller Gallery, Jamaica Center for Arts & Learning, Queens, NY, 2012; tART Year 8: A Self-Curated Show, Arts@Renaissance, Brooklyn, NY, 2011; Chain Letter, Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Los Angeles, 2011; Re-Vision, Katzen Arts Center, American University Museum, Washington, DC, 2010; Second Process, Curated by Albert Weaver, Grand Projects, New York 2010; Mother/Mother*, Curated by Jennifer Wroblewski, A.I.R. Gallery, Brooklyn, 2009; tART@AIR, Curated by Kat Griefen, A.I.R. Gallery, Brooklyn, 2009; Unfathom, Max Protetch Gallery, New York, 2007; OPEN, Real Art Ways, Hartford, 2007; The Best Just Got Better, Curated by Yael Reinharz of Creative Time, New York, 2006; Once, I Thought I Saw a Whisper, Light Installation, DUMBO Art Under the Bridge Festival, Brooklyn, 2005 Public Art Installations The Billboard Art Project. Albany, NY, 2012; Your House/My House, Permanent Installation, Private Land, Buffalo, NY, 2008; Once, I Thought I Saw a Whisper, Light Installation on the East River, Empire-Fulton Ferry State Park, Art Under the Bridge Festival, Dumbo Arts Center, Brooklyn, NY, 2005; My Summer with Luc, Installation, Chautauqua Institute, Chautauqua, NY, 2003; At KC's House, Permanent Installation, Private Collection, Chautauqua, NY, 2003 Artist Lectures Visiting Artist Lecture, Advanced Drawing, Hunter College, New York, NY 2015; Artist Talk on "One Year: Somewhere in Between (A Life in 365 Days)", Rhombus Space in conjunction with Post Partum Party exhibition, Brooklyn, 2014; "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; Collective Support and the Curator, A Conversation: Nina Felshin and Katherine Keltner, A@R, Brooklyn, NY 2013; 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, 2012 ;Collectivity: Artists? Talk, JCAL, Queens, NY, 2012; Exquisite Bind. Untitled / Artspace, Oklahoma City, 2007; Artist Lecture, City College of New York, 2004; Art in Public Spaces: Projects by Irwin, Eliasson, Serra, and Whiteread. City College of New York, 2004 Awards and Residencies Ragdale Foundation, Residency Grant, 2016; Artist's Grant, Vermont Studio Center, 2014; Arteles Center, Finland, 2013 (deferred); Finalist, Thatcher Hoffman Smith Prize, University of Oklahoma, 2009; Teaching Artist, Untitled/Artspace, Oklahoma City, OK, 2007; Distinction Award (Highest award given to graduating M.F.A. student), American University, 2004; Fellowship, Chautauqua Institute Art Residency Program, 2003; Purchase Award, Chautauqua Institute Permanent Collection, 2003; Thesis with High Honors in Critical Theory, Dartmouth College, 1997 Reviews and Publications Keltner, Katherine "Zoe Leonard’s ‘Analogue’" POVArts, August 10, 2015, http://povarts.com/2015/08/10/zoe-leonards-analogue-encompasses-history-over-time-through-412-photos-at-the-moma/; Keltner, Katherine, "Painting the Analog/Digital Divide" POVArts, June 29, 2015, http://povarts.com/2015/06/29/jacqueline-humphries-painting-the-analogdigital-divide/; Paddy Johnson 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. "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 Volume 5, Number 3, (2015): 156-158. Print.; Keltner, K, ed. Collectively Assembled: tART ZIne vol. 7, 2012; Richardson, Abby. "Sleeping." abbyellestyle.com, 2013 January 9; Keltner, Katherine. "Mira Schor Distinguished Artist Interview at CAA." tartblog.wordpress, 2013 February 16; "Brooklyn Art in 2013: What to Watch," Paul D?Agostino, The L Magazine, 2013 January 2; ARTINFO On the Ground: 9 Weekly NYC Art Picks from Tom Sachs's Mission to Mars to Richard Prince's Crypto-Exhibition, 2012 May 16; Bynoe, Holly. Review of Collectivity at JCAL. ARC The Magazine, 2012 April 4; Greenline, "A Renaissance in Womens Art." Greenline, 4 October 2011; Cesarczyk, Michael. "The Renaissance Women of tART." Greenpoint Gazette, 16 September 2011; Hummel, Nicole. "The Rebel Girls of tART.' Radiohive, 24 May 2011; Gibson, David. NY Art Marathan blog 2011 March 21; Guha, Rohin, "Sweet tARTs Go Down The Rabbit Hole." Black Book Magazine, July 3, 2008; Parajon, Lauren, "Artist Binds Body for Art." Oklahoma Gazette, December 11, 2007; ArtCat Top Picks Unfathom at Max Protetch, July, 2007; Village Voice, Critic's Picks Unfathom at Max Protetch, July, 2007; "A Haven for Art Down Under," Elizabeth Wade. Columbia Spectator. October 14, 2005 Education M.F.A., American University, 2004; M.Arch. Program, Columbia University, Graduate School of Architecture, Preservation and Planning, 1999; Please see www.katherinekeltner for full bio and CV.