Jacqueline Shatz‘s work has been included in exhibitions at the June Kelly, Monique Knowlton, and Kouros galleries in New York City, and she has curated and organized many exhibitions, including CollageLogic which was last presented in 2012 at Hampden Gallery at UMass in Amherst. She is a recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts Individual Fellowship, a Craft Alliance New Techniques grant and several NYFA SOS grants. She has been artist-in-residence at the Kohler Arts/Industry program, where she created a series of music box sculptures and collaborated on sound and sculptural installations for Glyndor Gallery at Wave Hill and on Governors Island. She had one-person a show at The Garrison Art Center in 2015.
She had a one person show “Interiors” at Carter Burden Gallery in 2017. Last spring she was included in a three person exhibit at Centotto in Bushwick with Thomas Michelli and Jim Herbert; and was also included in two group shows at David & Schweitzer (Bushwick). Her work was included in the group show “Beasts of Brooklyn” at the Green Door Gallery, curated by Elisa Jensen, as well as “Flowers and Monsters” at Temporary Storage Gallery, curated by Meer Musa.
Highlights of 2019 include: “Madness in Vegetables” group show at the Dorsky Museum, New Paltz, New York, sculpture featured in “Be Mine” at LABspace Gallery, Hillsdale, New York, a two-person installation at the Morris Museum, Morristown, N.J. and a two-person show at Carter Burden Gallery, NYC: “Suspended States”. I also curated a group show – “Refuge”- at the Green Door Gallery in Brooklyn.
Upcoming for 2020: “Personal” at Tiny Portals, New Hope. Penn., “Typos and Spills” group show at Amos Eno Gallery, Brooklyn, N.Y. and invited guest of Mary Devecentis Herzog at M. David Gallery Brooklyn, N.Y.
Jacqueline Shatz is a 2018 recipient of a Tree Of Life Foundation Individual Artist Grant. She has a BFA in painting and an MFA in sculpture from Hunter College.