2009    Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD. MFA, Hoffberger School of Painting
2005    Brown University, Providence RI. BA with Honors and Magna Cum Laude: Visual Art. 2005.  
            BA with Magna Cum Laude:  Education Studies

Solo and Collaborative Exhibitions

2019    Dolby Chadwick Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2018    Lacing, Landing, Lux Center for the Arts, Lincoln, NE
2017    Tile, Phaze 2 Gallery, Shepherd University, Shepherdstown, WV
            Spitball, H Space Gallery, Collaboration with Erik Moe and Kristen Hatleberg, Washington, 
2016    Alloy, Laura Korman Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
            Overabundance, Lonsdale Gallery, Toronto, Canada
            Empire Builder, Gallery nine5, New York, NY
2015    Cauldron, Laura Korman Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2014    Feverland, Project 4 Gallery, Washington, DC
            Lobby Project, Washington Project for the Arts. Collaboration with Joseph Corcoran, 
            Washington, DC
            Keith Bentley and Katherine Tzu-Lan Mann, Lonsdale Gallery, Toronto, Canada
            Multitude, Galerie Kashya Hildebrand, London, UK
2013    Common Ground, Grace Teshima Gallery. Collaboration with Michael Platt, Paris, France
            Trellises, Gallery nine5, New York, NY
            Tupelo, Galerie Kashya Hildebrand, Zurich, Switzerland
            Colony, Rosenberg Gallery, Goucher College, Towson, MD
2012    Clove, Project 4 Gallery, Washington, DC
            Embroideries, Rawls Museum, Courtland, VA
            Unquiet Kingdom, Honfleur Gallery, Washington, DC
            Root, AIR Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
            New Works, Blue Sky Gallery, Dayton, OH
            Slurry, Rice Gallery, McDaniel College, Westminster, MD
2011    Bound, Hamiltonian Gallery, Washington, DC
2010    Byzantine, Dayton International Airport, Dayton, OH
2009    Lost Cities, Scott Center Gallery, Carroll Community College, Westminster, MD
2006    Laqi Taiyal, Hong Zhuang Gallery, Yilan, Taiwan
            Bird Window, Guandu National Park, Collaboration with Annalily Charles, Taipei, Taiwan

Selected Group Exhibitions

2019    Lightning Strikes II, Dolby Chadwick Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2018    Here & Now, Dolby Chadwick Gallery, San Francisco, CA
            Facing Disjunction, AIR Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
            Omnipresent Elsewhere, Vox Populi Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
            Across the Divide, Art Museum at SUNY Potsdam, Potsdam, NY  
2017    Silent Sentinals, Anne Street Gallery, Newburgh, NY   
            Submerged, Laura Korman Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2016    Coast to Color, Laura Korman Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
            20 years, Lonsdale Gallery, Toronto, Canada
            Carbon 12, Diggi Palace, Jaipur, India
2015    Wild, gallery nine5, New York, NY
            Sondheim Semi-finalists, Maryland Institue College of Art, Baltimore, MD
            Untitled 6, Randall Scott Projects, Baltimore, MD
            Topography, gallery nine5, New York NY
            Locally Sourced, American University Katzen Art Museum, Washington, DC
            The Narrative Panorama, Blank Space gallery, New York, NY
            Fukui. Hsu. Mann. Wang. Flinn Gallery, Greenwich Public Library, Greenwich, CT
2014    In and Out of Context, Lower East Side Printshop, New York, NY
            Treasure Island, Lower East Side Printshop, New York, NY
2013    Pneumatics, Lonsdale Gallery, Toronto, Canada
            Vantage Points, Hamiltonian Gallery, Washington, DC
            New Painting, Lonsdale Gallery, Toronto, Canada
            Mixtopias, Visarts, Rockville, MD
            Caged In: DC Painters Explore the Influences of John Cage, George Washington        
            University, Washington, DC
            ArtNOW: DC, Washington College, Chestertown, MD
2012    IN/LIT, Brian Morris Gallery, New York, NY
            8 Hour Projects: Craft and Process, Allegheny College, Meadville, PA
            Supersize, Carroll County Arts Council, Westminster, MD
            All My Friends Are Painters, Addison Ripley Fine Art, Washington, DC
            Sondheim Semi-finalists, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD
            10 x 10, Juvenal Reis Studios, Long Island City, NY
2011    Generations, AIR Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
            Options 2011 Biennial, Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, DC
            Wish You Were Here, AIR Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
            Fellows Converge, Hamiltonian Gallery, Washington DC
            Things Fall Apart, Community College of Baltimore, Catonsville, MD
2011    Juried Exhibition, Curated by Lisa Sigal, Rawls Museum, Courtland, VA
            Buy What You Love, Mariane Boesky Gallery, New York, NY
2010    Art in Embassies Program, Ambassador’s Residence, Yaounde, Cameroon
            Reagan National Airport, Washington, DC
            Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, Baltimore, MD
            Bethesda Painting Awards, Fraser Gallery, Bethesda, MD
            Alpan International, Curatoed by Hitomi Iwasaki, Director of Exhibitions/Curator, Queens Museum of Art, Alpan                          Gallery, Long Island, NY Departures and Arrivals, Towson University, MD
            Katherine Mann, Christian Benefiel, Michael Sirvet, Hamiltonian Gallery, Washington, DC
            Call + Response, Hamiltonian Gallery, Washington, DC
2009    Convergence, Maryland Art Place, Baltimore, MD
            Landscape Biology, Carroll Square Gallery, with Hemphill Fine Arts, Washington DC
2008    Quasi-Painting, Randall Scott Gallery, Washington, DC
            Paper Trail, Transformer Gallery, Washington, DC
            Publica 2, Area Lugar de Proyectos, Caguas, Puerto Rico
            Art Anonymous, Gallery 31, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
2007    Repeat Respond React, Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, MD

Selected Bibliography

2019    Harper's Magazine, "Private Domain" (September)
2018    Washington Post, “Small Universes and a Large Cosmos”, by Mark Jenkins (August 31)
2017    Art Ltd. “Katherine Tzu-Lan Mann: ‘Alloy’ at Laura Korman Gallery”, by Megan Abrahams
            (Jan/Feb 2017, pg 33)
2016    Hyperallergic, “Inclusive, Eclectic, Dazzling: The Paintings of Katherine Tzu-Lan Mann”, by          
            Thomas Michelle (May 21) 
2014    Washington Post, “In the Galleries: Katherine Tzu-lan Mann”, Mark Jenkins (Nov 21)
            Artpulse, “Katherine Tzu-lan Mann: Multitude”, by Owen Duffy (Vol 6, no. 20, pg 79)
            Washington City Paper, “Humid Nature”, by Kriston Capps (November 7)
            Washington Post, "DC Area Galleries: Common Ground", by Mark Jenkins (Feb 20)
            Fjords Review, "Trellises by Katherine Tzu-lan Mann", by Alan Jalon (Feb 14)
2013    Juxtapoz Magazine, “The Baroque Abstract Work of Katherine Mann”, (Oct 28)
            Kartika Review, “Trellises”, (Issue 16, Fall)
            The Intentional, “Katherine Mann”, (Issue 2, “Outsiders and Misfits)
2012    Washington Post, “Katherine Tzu-lan Mann”, by Mark Jenkins (Dec 6)
            Huffington Post, “(e)merge Takes Over the Capitol Skyline Hotel”, by Brandon Wethebee (Oct 7)
            Pink Line Project, “‘Love and Rage’ at Honfleur Gallery”, by Christina Sturdivant (Sept 24)
            Dayton Daily News, “Pushing the Envelope at Blue Sky”, by Pamela Dillon (Aug 18)
            Carroll County Times, “Artist Only Gets Better”, by Pam Zappardino (March 1)
            WhatWeekly Balitmore, “Slurry at McDaniel College”, by Daniel Stuelpnagel (February 29)
            Bmoreart, “Slurry: New Works by Katherine Mann”, by Hannah Matthews (March 15)
            Baltimore Style Magazine, “Artist Katherine Tzu-lan Mann”, by Joe Sugarman (March)
2011    New American Paintings Blog, “Highlights from (e)merge: the Artists Platform”, by Alex Epstein and Matthew Smith                        (September 26)
            Washington Post, “The (e)merge Art Fair”, by Ricky Carioti (September 20)
            Glasschord Magazine, “Fabulous Atlas and Other Work”, by Gregory Macavoy (Volume 1 Issue 4)
2010    Washington Post, “As Far as the Mind Can See”, by Michael O’Sullivan (June 9)
            Maryland Gazette, “Bethesda Painting Awards a Winner (Mostly)”, by Claudia Rousseau (June 16)

Honors and Grants

2017    Arts and Humanities Grant recipient, DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities,
            Washington, DC
            Bethesda Painting Awards recipient, Bethesda, MD
            Mayors Arts Award, DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, Washington, DC
2016    Individual Artist Grant recipient, DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, Washington,
            Artist in Residence, Carbon 12, Jaipur, India
2014    Keyholder Fellowship, Lower East Side Printshop, New York, NY
2013    Artist in Residence, Djerassi Resident Artists Program, Woodside, CA
            Artist in Residence, Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, Omaha, NE
2011    Best in Show, Rawls Museum, Courtland, VA
            Fellow, AIR Gallery Fellowship, Brooklyn, NY
            Artist in Residence, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Snowmass, CO
2010    Artist in Residence, Salzburg Kunstlerhaus, Salzburg, Austria
            Artist in Residence, Triangle Artists Workshop, Brooklyn, NY
            Artist in Residence, Vermont Studio Center with MICA fellowship, Johnson, VT
2009    Winner, Toby Devan Lewis Award
            Artist in Residence, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Amherst, VA
            Artist in Residence, Blue Sky Dayton Residency, Dayton, OH
            Fellow, So Hamiltonian Fellowship Program
2008    Hoffberger Graduate Fellowship, Maryland Institute College of Art
2006    Fulbright Grant: Taiwan

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