Charlotte Schulz

CHARLOTTE SCHULZ
charlotte.l.schulz@gmail.com / 914-208-0636

AWARDS & FELLOWSHIPS
2017

New York Foundation for the Arts, Artist Fellowship, New York, NY.

2012
Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Studio Program, New York, NY.

2010
John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, Fellowship, New York, NY.

2009
New York Foundation for the Arts, Artist Fellowship, New York, NY.

2005
The Pollock-Krasner Foundation, Inc., Artist Grant, New York, NY.

2002
Aljira Center for Contemporary Art, Emerge Fellowship, Newark, NJ.

2001
New York Foundation for the Arts, Artist Fellowship, New York, NY.

1996
State of Florida, Individual Artist Fellowship, Tallahassee, FL.

1995
Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts, Honorable Mention, The Combined Talents: Florida National, Tallahassee, FL.

1994
University of Mobile, Governor's Award of Excellence, Art With A Southern Drawl, Mobile, AL.

1992
Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture,Fellowship, Skowhegan, ME. 
 
SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2015
Beacon Project Space @ BAU, The Immpossibility of Keeping Borders, Beacon, NY. 

2010
Smack Mellon, The Uneven Intensities of Duration, Brooklyn, NY.

Wake Forest University, The Uneven Intensities of Duration, Winston-Salem, NC.

2008
Mills College Art Museum, An Insufficiency in Our Screens, Oakland, CA.

2007
The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, An Insufficiency in Our Screens, Ridgefield, CT.

2005
ParaSite Art Space, Object Lesson, Beacon, NY.

Azarian McCullough Gallery, St. Thomas Aquinas College, Inside the Monad, Sparkill, NY.

1996
Lee Scarfone Gallery, Charlotte Schulz, University of Tampa, Tampa, FL. 
 
GROUP EXHIBITIONS 
2017

Rockland Center for the Arts, Dwellings, West Nyack,NY . 
Islip Art Museum, Duality: Glimpses of the Other Side, East Islip, NY. 

2014
Odetta Gallery, GOBSMACKED!, Brooklyn, NY.
Dunedin Fine Art Center, The Poetics of Space, Dunedin, FL. 

2013
Socrates Sculpture Park: SkowheganPERFORMS, SURRENDER (New York) in collaboration with Alison Crocetta, Queens, NY. 
Ramapo College, It's the End of the World as We Know it (and I Feel Fine), Mahwah, NJ.
Wave Hill, Drawn to Nature, Bronx, NY.
bau Gallery, bau 100+1, Beacon, NY.

2012
Skidmore College, Contemplations and Conjectures: 12 Artist, Saratoga Springs, NY.

2011
Deutsche Bank, Beyond the Horizon, New York, NY.

Dorsky Gallery, Shift & Flow, Long Island City, NY.

Gowanus Ballroom, The Longest Night, Brooklyn, NY.

2010
Lesley Heller Workspace, Cognitive Unconscious, New York, NY.

Palo Alto Art Center, Secret Drawings, Palo Alto, CA.

Fuse Gallery, Remnants, New York, NY.

Van Brunt Gallery, One For the Road, Beacon, NY

2009
Michener Art Museum, Lucid Dreaming, Doylestown, PA.

Anne Street Gallery, Insight: Contemporary Approaches to Drawing, Newburg, NY.

Van Brunt Gallery, Where We Live, Beacon, NY.

2008
Maryland Institute College of Art, Dark Poets, Baltimore, MD.

Hosfelt Gallery, Vocabularies of Metaphor: More Stories, San Francisco, CA.

Rockland Center for the Arts, Out of This World, Nyack, NY.

Garrison Art Center, Drawing Revealed, Garrison, NY.

2007
New Jersey City University, Home Girls, Jersey City, NJ.

Pace University, Magical & Ordinary, Pleasantville, NY.

2006
Islip Art Museum, Stilled Life, East Islip, NY.

Edge Gallery, New York Expansion, Denver, CO.

Rahway Art Guild, A Separate Reality, Rahway, NJ.

2005
Bulldog Studios, Flow: Navigating the SuperParadigm, Beacon, NY.

Pace University, Paperworks, New York, NY.

2004
Aljira Center for Contemporary Art, Timeless/Timeliness, Newark, NJ.

2003
Brooklyn Fireproof Gallery, ARCHI+TEXTURE, Brooklyn, NY.

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Radius, Ridgefield, CT.

80 Washinton Square East Galleries, NYU, Small Works, New York, NY.

2002
Lowe Gallery at Hudson Guild, The Art of Oil, New York, NY.

1999
Richard Anderson Gallery, The Passion/Passions of Art, New York, NY.

St. John’s University, Drawings, Jamaica, NY.

1997
The Society of the Four Arts, 59th Annual National Exhibition of Contemporary American Paintings, Palm Beach, FL.

Tampa Museum of Art,underCURRENT/overVIEW: Recent Work by Tampa Bay Artists, Tampa, FL.

MiraMar Gallery, A Few Great, Big Pictures, Sarasota, FL.

1996
Dunedin Fine Art Center, Dwellings, Dunedin, FL.

1995
The Society of the Four Arts, 57th Annual National Exhibition of Contemporary American Paintings, Palm Beach, FL.

Dunedin Fine Art Center, Insights and Outlooks: Figuring Ourselves In A Postmodern World, Dunedin, FL.

1995
Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts, The Combined Talents: Florida National 1995, Tallahassee, FL.

Valencia Community College, Small Works!, Orlando, FL.

Gaier Contemporary Gallery, The Orlando National, Orlando, FL.

1994
The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Selection of Recent Acquisitions, Sarasota, FL.

The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Featuring Florida
Sarasota, FL. 
University of Mobile, Art With A Southern Drawl, Mobile, AL.

University of West Florida, Visual Voices/The Female, Pensacola, FL. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY 
2015
Meagan Voeller, Spatial engagement-Poetics of Space, Creative Loafing, July 23, 2015. 

2014
Seph Rodney, Charlotte Schulz, Artillery Magazine, November 2014.

2011
Juliann Castelbuono, On the Cover, Chronogram, October 2011. 

2010
Robert Shuster, Best in Show, The Village Voice, October 20, 2010: p.149.
Benjamin Sutton, Labryrinths of the Eye, The L Magazine, October 11, 2010.
Patterson, Tom, Fundamental Medium, Winston-Salem Journal, November 28, 2010: D-5.
2008
Gupta, Arjun, Charlotte Schulz, artUS, No. 24, Fall 2008.
Genocchio, Ben, Opening a Window on the Creative Mind, New York Times, Janary 27, 2008.
Wilson, Beth, Drawn Together, Chronogram, February 2008: p. 40-41.
2007
Parks, John, Space, Charcoal, and the Mind of Charlotte Schulz, Drawing, 
Spring 2007: p. 116-127
Birmingham, Mary, Women's Work, The Jersey Journal, March2,2007: p. 4.
2006
Mahoney, Brian, Parting Shot, Chronogram, January 2006: p. 116. 
2004
Bischoff, Dan, Aljira's Emerge 2003, The Sunday Star-Ledger, August 15, 2004: p. 3. 
2003
Streitfeld, L.P., Preparing fertile ground in Ridgefield, The Advocate &
Greenwich Times, September 7, 2003: p.3.
1996
Milani, Joanne, Art of homes stretches into the unconscious, Tampa Tribune, November 4, 1996
Marger, Mary Ann, Where art dwells, St. Petersburg Times, March 22, 1996: p. 25.
1995
Milani, Joanne, Some scenes from a crisis, Tampa Tribune, September 8, 1995: p. I.
1994
Milani, Joanne, Florida artists, Tampa Tribune, July 28, 1994: p. I.
Marger, Mary Ann, Diversity is in the works, St. Petersburg Times, June 17, 1994: p. 20.

Public Collections
Mills College Museum of Art, Oakland, CA.
The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota, FL.
Phyllis P. Marshall Center, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL. 
NCNB Bank, Tampa, FL. 
William R. Hough Company, St. Petersburg, FL.

Education
1993 MFA Fine Arts, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL.
1992 Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, ME.
1983 BA Fine Arts, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL.
1982 Kent State University, Kent, OH.