I am a painter from Austin, Texas. In 2013, I earned a Bachelor of Fine Art in Painting and Drawing with a minor in Art History from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. During my studies, I traveled abroad to Italy and Ireland, where I developed my artistic practice amidst rich European cultures.
Since graduation, I have exhibited works at international venues, as well as local galleries, museums, and universities. Notable exhibitions include The 2017 Biennial: Origins in Geometry at the Museum of Geometric and MADI Art in Dallas, The 2014 Minnesota Biennial at the Minnesota Museum of American Art in St. Paul, The 20th Anniversary Alumni Exhibition at the Burren College of Art in Ireland, and The Nasty Women Exhibition at the Knockdown Center in New York. My work is also a part of the permanent collection at the Museum of Geometric and MADI Art.
I recently completed artist residencies at Starry Night Retreat in New Mexico, The Banff Centre, The Vermont Studio Center, and Kleindorf Art in Germany. I am represented by Camiba Art Gallery, where I just had my first major solo exhibition, Zoë Shulman: Circuit Topology. My next solo exhibition, Zoë Shulman: The Allegory of Good and Bad Government, will debut in January 2018. For consignment and exhibition information, please visit CAMIBAart.
Photo credit: David Bailie