- Isabel Albrecht
- Sandra Allen
- William Anastasi
- Siah Armajani
- Jill Baroff
- Stephanie Beck
- Dozier Bell
- Lucie Beppler
- William Betts
- Rebecca Bird
- Matthew Bliss
- Astrid Bowlby
- Martin Brief
- Emily Brown
- Isadora Bullock
- Tom Burckhardt
- Stephen Cartwright
- Amy Cartwright
- Yane Cavloski
- David Clarkson
- Lynne Clibanoff
- Bruce Conner
- Bruce Conner
- Annabel Daou
- N. Dash
- Tom Fairs
- Nicole Phungrasamee Fein
- Katy Fischer
- Matthew Fisher
- Roland Flexner
- Douglas Florian
- Sabine Friesicke
- Simon Frost
- Richard Garrison
- Sid Garrison
- Marcel Gähler
- Cheryl Goldsleger
- Alexander Gorlizki
- Leonie Guyer
- Jacob El Hanani
- Amy Hauft
- Harrison Haynes
- Molly Heron
- Christine Hiebert
- M. Ho
- Kristin Holder
- Marilyn Holsing
- Ani Hoover
- Sharon Horvath
- Sharka Hyland
- Jeanne Jaffe
- Xylor Jane
- Mary Judge
- Nils Karsten
- Astrid Köppe
- Jeff Kellar
- Gil Kerlin
- Ellen Keusen
- Evelyn Keyser
- Cheol yu Kim
- Charlene Liu
- Mark Lombardi
- Sharon Louden
- Winifred Lutz
- Jennifer MacDonald
- Marco Maggi
- Ati Maier
- Rob Matthews
- Gerhard Mayer
- Sarah McEneaney
- Linn Meyers
- Andrew Millner
- Wes Mills
- Tom Molloy
- Diana Moore
- Kate Moran
- Clarence Morgan
- Brian Murphy
- James Nelson
- Tod Noe
- Jill O'Bryan
- Sharyn O'Mara
- Robyn O'Neil
- Serge Onnen
- Michelle Oosterbaan
- Alex Paik
- Dino Pelliccia
- Emilio Perez
- Bruce Pollock
- Sabeen Raja
- Amy Rathbone
- Laurie Reid
- Sherae Rimpsey
- Charles Ritchie
- Stephen Robin
- Harry Roseman
- Mia Rosenthal
- Sebastian Rug
- Hiro Sakaguchi
- Fred Sandback
- Nicholas Santore
- Michelle Segre
- Mark Sheinkman
- Samantha Simpson
- Dean Smith
- Patricia Smith
- Shelley Spector
- German Stegmaier
- David Stephens
- Allyson Strafella
- Hadi Tabatabai
- Josephine Taylor
- Susan Tiger
- Lynne Woods Turner
- Jorinde Voigt
- Joan Waltemath
- Rachel Perry Welty
- Allan Wexler
- Martin Wilner
- Eleanor Wood
- Eva Wylie
- Will Yackulic
b. Los Angeles, California, 1973
American University, MFA
University of Washington, BFA Painting, BA Interdisciplinary Visual Arts and Minor in Chemistry
University of Washington Rome Program
Ode to tape, Gallery Joe, Philadelphia, PA
The Last Next, warehouse, Washington, D.C.
Drawings, The Gallery of Alex Lake, Dover, NH
Na Yoko Ra Ra, Washington, DC
Qi, Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna, Rome, Italy
Recent Work, Studio 7, Washington, DC
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
All Black, Gallery Joe, Philadelphia, PA
Notations: Contemporary Drawings ans Idea and Process, Kemper Art Museum at Washington University, St. Louis, MO
Drawn/Taped/Burned: Abstraction on Paper, from the Sally & Wynn Kramarsky Collection, Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah, NY
New York/New Drawings, 1946-2007, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo Esteban Vicente, Segovia, Spain (catalog)
new artists, new works, new year, Don Soker Contemporary Art, San Francisco, CA
NO REPRESENTATION [Abstraction in the Capital], Warehouse, Wash., DC
The Trawick Prize: Bethesda Contemporary Art Awards, Bethesda, MD
Chapter V, KNEW Gallery, Washington, DC
From the Studio, The Katzen Museum, Washington, DC
Soft Openings, The Katzen Museum, Washington, DC
ROME, APT Gallery, Deptford, London, UK
Elegant, Wyman Arts Center, Park School, Baltimore, MD
Mostra Due, The British School at Rome, Rome, Italy
L’uomo e la sua dimensione, Braccio di Carlo Magno, The Vatican Museums
Mostra Uno, The British School at Rome, Rome, Italy
Exploitation, Workscape, Boston, MA
ArtRomp 11, Studio 7, Washington, DC
Paintings, Hobart and William-Smith College, Geneva, NY
ArtRomp 10, Studio 7, Washington, DC
New Talent, Rockville Arts Place, Rockville, MD
12 Emerging Artists, Duncan & Miller Gallery, Washington, DC
Mapping, Rock Creek Art Gallery, Washington, DC
REVIEWS AND PUBLICATIONS
Nackman, Rachel, “Kristin Holder in Conversation with Rachel Nackman”, Notations: Contemporary Drawing as Idea and Process online catalogue, April htttp://www.aboutdrawing.org/notations/kristin-holder/
Mike, Tad, “Tad Mike with Kristin Holder”, Drawn/Taped/Burned: Abstraction on Paper virtual catalogue, http://www.aboutdrawing.org/drawntapedburned/
Kenneth Baker, “O’Kiersey paintings at Triangle,” San Francisco Chronicle, 7 February 2009, p. E7.
Amy Eshoo, Editor, “560 Broadway: a New York drawing collection at work,” Fifth Floor Foundation, New York, NY and Yale University Press, New Haven, CT, 2008.
Maura Judkis, “Longing Division,” The Washington City Paper, Vol. 27, No. 42, 18 October 2007, p. 42.
Michael O’Sullivan, “Trawick Prize Winners’ Attention to Details,” The Washington Post, 22 September 2006, p. 50.
Claudia Rousseau, “Good show, few surprises among Trawick finalists,” Gazette, 20 September 2006, p. B-4.
Glenn McNatt, “Following a passion brings a prize,” The Baltimore Sun, 12 September 2006, http://www.baltimoresun.com/entertainment/galleriesmuseums.
M. O’Sullivan, “At AU, Watch This Space,” The Washington Post, 22 July 2005, pp. 29-30.
J. Shaw-Eagle, “’Soft Blending of Styles,” The Washington Times, 26 July 2005, pp. B1-2.
Glenn Dixon, “AU’s Katzen Center Gives Artists Room to Create and Display,” The Washington Post Express, 15 July 1005, pp. 26-7.
Susan Breitkopf, “New and Improved in Tenleytown,” dcist, 14 July 2005.
Jacqueline Smith, “An Art Museum Debuts,” Home & Design, Fall 2005, pp. 40-1.
Karen Feld, “The Buzz—AU’s Katzen,” The Examiner, 29 July 2005, p. 33.
Mark Longaker, “Katzen’s ‘Soft Openings’ inaugurates AU gallery,” The Northwest Current, 13 July 2005, pp. 39-41.
Nicole Miller, “Georgetown Art Walk,” The Washington Post, 12 October 2003, p. M10.
Jonathan Padget, “A Gallery on Wheels,” The Washington Post, 9 October 2003, p. C5.
Michael O’Sullivan, “Na Yoko Ra Ra on the Move,” The Washington Post Weekend, 3 October 2003, p. 62.
“Na Yoko Ra Ra,” Washington City Paper, 3 October 2003, p. 90.
“Video, foto, dipinto: ecco la scena inglese,” La Repubblica, 17 September 2002, p. 39.
“Prove d’autore in Academia,” Corriere della Sera, 17 September 2002, p. 55.
“British Academy,” TimeOut Roma, September 2002.
“Gli artisti dell’Accademia Britannica aprono i loro studi,” La Stampa, 18 June 2002.
“Shift,” Washington City Paper, 15 September 2000, p. 90.
Michael O’Sullivan, “Shift: Nothing’s Automatic,” The Washington Post Weekend, 8 September 2000, pp. 56-7.
“Unfamiliar Familiarity,” The Montgomery Gazette, 20 August 1999
F. Protzman, “Off to a Great Start,” The Washington Post, 18 August 1999, p. C5.
UCLA Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA
Davis Museum and Cultural Center, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA
The Watkins Collection, American University, Washington, DC
Hobart and William-Smith Colleges, Geneva, NY
Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna, Rome, Italy
Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, AL
Sarah-Ann and Werner H. Kramarsky, New York, NY
Alexander Cortesi, New York, NY
Laura Iorio, New York, NY
Inge Lyse Hansen, Rome, Italy
Loa Ludvigsen, Copenhagen, Denmark
AWARDS & FELLOWSHIPS
The Trawick Prize, Finalist, Bethesda Contemporary Art Award
The Edward F. Albee Foundation, Fellowship for one-month residency at the William Flanagan Memorial Creative Persons Center, Montauk, NY, June
The Trawick Prize, Second Place, Bethesda Contemporary Art Award
The Abbey Scholar in Painting, The British Academy at Rome, Fellowship, January - September
Independent Artist Fellowship, D.C.C.A.H. /N.E.A., Grant
Millay Colony for the Arts, The Corrine Steele Fellowship, Austerlitz, NY, Residency, June
The Pollock-Krasner Foundation, Grant
Individual Study Fellowship, American University
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