EDUCATION

 

1998 MFA  School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA                                                             

1995 BFA Ontario College of Art and Design, Toronto, ON                                                             

 

 

SOLO and 2-PERSON EXHIBITIONS 

2019

(forthcoming) Philip Martin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA                                                              

(forthcoming) Klaus von Nichtssagend, New York, NY

(forthcoming) SOCO Gallery, Charlotte, NC

2018 

Holly Coulis Simon Lee: Viewing Room, London, UK                                                             

Island,Cooper Cole, Toronto, Canada

Holly Coulis,Tennis Elbow, Brooklyn, NY

Holly Coulis / Ridley Howard,Rental Gallery, East Hampton, NY

 

2017

Days and Nights, Lemons,Cherry and Martin, Los Angeles, CA                                               

Table Studies,Klaus von Nichtssagend, New York, NY

2016 

Dishes and Fruits,wall mural at The Atlanta Contemporary

                                                     

2015 

Cherry and Martin, Los Angeles, CA                                                                                    

Klaus von Nichtssagend, New York, NY

2014 

Pitchers,Sardine, Brooklyn, NY                                                                                          

 

2013

Holly Coulis and Aliza Nisenbaum, Susanne Hilberry Gallery, Detroit, MI  

                               

2012 

Cherry and Martin, Los Angeles, CA                                                                                

Inside Out, University of Georgia, Athens, GA curated by Jeffrey Whittle

2010 

Solomon Projects, Project Room, Atlanta, GA

                                                                        

2009 

Rosa, Rosa,Claudia Groeflin Galerie, Zurich, Switzerland  

2008                                                     

Men,Cherry and Martin, Los Angeles, CA                                                                            

Some People,Lamontagne Gallery, Boston, MA

2006 

Groeflin Maag Galerie, Basel, Switzerland                                                                            

Cherry and Martin, Los Angeles, CA 

2004 

Stories for Georgia,Groeflin Maag Galerie, Basel, Switzerland                                               

Selves,Greener Pastures Contemporary Art, Toronto, Canada 

2003 

Happenstance,LFL Gallery, New York, NY                                                                           

 

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS 

 

2018

Rose Is A Rose Is A Rose Is A Rose Is A Rose, Jack Hanley, New York, NY                         

Curated by Louis Fratino and Nikki Maloof

Gangs of New York, ADDS Donna, Chicago, IL

Curated by Essex Flowers and Owen Duffy

Set Adrift on Memory Bliss, Pablo’s Birthday, New York

Curated by Tessa Perutz

Do Something To It. Do Something Else To It.,Philip Martin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Housewarming,Third Floor, New York, NY

People, Places, Things… Philip Slein Gallery, St Louis, MO

2017 

Sitting Still, BravinLee, New York, NY.

Indian Summer, Disturb the Neighbors, New York, NY

Oliver Twist, Rental Gallery, East Hampton, New York

 

2016

A Change of Heart,Hannah Hoffman, Los Angeles, CA. Curated by Chris Sharp.                     

Aftermodernism in the Hamptons, Nicole Ripka Gallery, Watermill, NY.

            Curated by Belinda Neumann and Alison Wolfson.

Postcard from NY – Part I, Anna Marra Contemporeana, Rome, Italy. Curated by Serena Trizzino.  

A Verdant Summer,Taymour Grahne Gallery, NY, NY

If Only Bella Abzug Were Here,Marc Strauss, NY, NY

All Tomorrow’s Parties,Hathaway David Contemporary, Atlanta, GA.

Dream Song 386,Cooper Cole Gallery, Toronto, ON. Curated by Keith Varadi.

No Empty Vessels,Gildar Gallery, Denver CO

The Other Side,Monya Rowe, St. Augustine, FL

PaintersNYC, Museo de los Pintores Oaxaqueños (MUPO), Oaxaca, Mexico.

2015                                    

PaintersNYC,Páramo Gallery, Guadalajara, Mexico,                                                              

            Curated by Maureen Cavanaugh and Meaghan Kent.                                                 

Tomorrow is Yesterday,Mikiko Sato Gallery, Hamburg, Germany  Curated by Nina Venus.            

The Earth is All I Know of Wonder: Contemporary Responses to Hartley,                                    

            Driscoll Babcock: Project Space, New York, NY  Curated by Jacob Rhodes.        

NADA Art Fair, Klaus von Nichtssagend, NY, NY

Armory Art Fair, Cherry and Martin in NY, NY            

Swingers/WKND,Tribble Mancenido, Brooklyn, NY

Suddenly, Last Summer,Longhouse Projects, NY, NY

Around Flat, Knockdown Center, Queens, NY

Greenhouse,One Mile Gallery, Kingston, NY  Curated by Janet Hicks.

2014 

The Last Brucennial, NY, NY                                                                                              

Sargent’s Daughters, Sargent’s Daughters, New York, NY

Tossed, Jeff Baily Gallery Hudson, NY. Curated by Jennifer Coates and Rachel Schmidhofer

Quiet Please,Rare Gallery, NY, NY. Curated by Matthew Fisher  

         

2013 

Fiction/non-fiction,Storefront Gallery, Bushwick, NY                                                              

1000 Little Deaths, BravinLee Projects, New York, NY. Curated by Tom Sanford.

Hot Fun in the Summertime, Reynolds Gallery, Richmond, VA

2012 

En Plein Air,Stefan Stux Gallery, New York, NY                                                                    

BigSkyMind,Bull and Ram, New York, NY.  Curated by Jon Lutz           

I glove you,Reynolds Gallery, Richmond, VA.  Curated by Ridley Howard and Ester Partegas

Leave It to Beavers,Gallery Diet, Miami, FL.  Curated by Gina Beavers

2011 

Drawn,Storefront Gallery, Bushwick, NY                                                                              

Fresh Paint,Standpipe Gallery, New York, NY

Russ and Liz’s Ultimate Playlist,Four Eleven Studio, Provincetown, MA

2010 

Long, Long Gone,Leo Koenig Gallery, New York, NY                                                             

Big Picture,Priska Juschka Fine Art, New York, NY

Last Thursday,Lamontagne Gallery, Boston, MA

Animal Companions, CCA Andratx, Andratx, Spain

Brooklyn Schlacht, Brooklyn, NY

2009 

Figuratively Seeing,Massachussetts College of Art and Design, New York, NY                         

From Yarn to Yucca – A Continuation in the Dialogue 

between Abstraction and Figuration,John Connelly Presents, New York, NY       

First Show,Cherry and Martin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

After the Goldrush,106 Green, Brooklyn, NY   

          

2008 

New York, New Work: The Object Direct in Recent Art,                                                           

Mississippi State University Department of Art Gallery, Mississippi State, MI

Admirer,31 Grand, curated by Maureen Cavanaugh, New York, NY

In Your Face,BUIA Gallery, New York, NY

2007 

Rearview,Frieght & Volume, New York, NY                                                                          

NeoIntegrity,curated by Keith Mayerson, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY

carel, coulis, pfefferkorn,Theirry Goldberg Projects, New York, NY

2006 

Stiff,Gallery 4000, curated by Ann Toebbe, Chicago, IL                                                           

Ben Butler, Holly Coulis, Ridley Howard,Galerie Glance, Turin, Italy 

El Dorado,Cherry and Martin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA. Curated by Portia Hein

2005 

Interested Painting,Gallery 400, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL                                        

Summer Pleasures,Mark Moore Gallery, Santa Monica, CA 

Séance,Fort Point Arts Community Gallery, Boston, MA 

Susanne Hilberry Gallery, Detroit, MI

2004 

Where do we come from? What are we? Where are we going?,                                              

Champion Fine Art, Culver City, CA. Curated by Katherine Bernhardt

She's Come Undone,Artemis Greenberg VanDoren Gallery, New York, NY 

Marilyn,Sean Kelly Gallery, New York, NY 

Autumn,Sixtyseven Gallery, New York, NY 

2003 

Sandroni Rey Gallery, Los Angeles, CA    

                                                                            

2002 

Holly Coulis/Dana Schutz,LFL Gallery, New York, NY                                                             

Emerging New York Artists,Arno Maris Gallery, Westfield State College, MA 

DNA at DNA, DNA Gallery,Provincetown, MA 

International Contemporary and Emerging Art,Lawson Menzies Flynn, Sydney, Australia 

2001 

I See You 2,Fredericks Freiser Gallery, New York, NY                                                            

Passing Through: Women Artists in Brooklyn,Shaqab College of Design Arts,Doha, Qatar 

Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA 

Open,LFL Gallery, New York, NY 

1999 

Go Figure!,Clifford-Smith Gallery, Boston, MA                                                                       

Escape,DNA Gallery, Provincetown, MA 

1998 

Emblem,The Mills Gallery, Boston Center for the Arts, Boston, MA                                          

 

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