Keri Oldham

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Keri Oldham is a New York-based artist and curator working in watercolor, paper and video. Her work investigates issues of identity, cinema, love and death. Originally from Dallas, Oldham has exhibited her work throughout the country, including Jen Bekman Gallery in New York, the Hardware Store Gallery in San Francisco, the Dallas Museum of Art, Kirk Hopper Fine Art, and the Reading Room in Dallas. She was a 2011 Summer Central Track resident and has received awards including a 2010 New Media Fellowship with BRIC Arts in Brooklyn.

Oldham is also founder of Field Projects, an artist-run project space in Chelsea. Her work has been spotlighted and reviewed by Beautiful/Decay, Gwaker Arts, Glasstire, D Magazine, San Francisco Weekly and others.

posShowings at KHFA

Group exhibition: Redux Summer Selection
Solo exhibition: Night Fortress
Solo exhibition: Labyrinth
Curated exhibition: The Devil Within and Without
Group exhibition: Swelter
Solo exhibition: Space for All Endings
Group exhibition: Sex/Twist

posArtist CV


2007: M.A., San Francisco State University, Museum Curatorial Studies
2003: B.A., Loyola University, New Orleans, Philosophy

Selected exhibitions

2010: "Off the Grid," Camel Art Space, Brooklyn
2010: BRIC Arts Media Fellow, Brooklyn
2009: "Keri Oldham: Watercolors," CentralTrak Corridor Gallery, Dallas
2009: "Tigersprung: Obscure Couture," McKinney Avenue Contemporary, Dallas
2009: "Floating Islands," Keri Oldham and Doug Voisin, UTD CentralTrak Fundraiser
2009: "Keri Oldham and Doug Voisin," 500X Project Room, Dallas
2009: "Wish 09," Art Auction, Dallas Contemporary, Dallas
2008: "Three + Two," Pollock Gallery, SMU
2008: "Digital/Divide," Artspace 111, Ft. Worth
2008: "Open Terrain: Keri Oldham and Brian Spolans," 500X, Dallas
2008: "Your Favorite Artist Was a Member: 30 Years at 500X," Dallas
2008: "Expo 2008," Juried Show, 500X, Dallas
2006: "Get Together!" Hardware Store Gallery, San Francisco
2004: "Razzmatazz Productions," Three Ring Circus Gallery, New Orleans
2002: "Fast forward/Pause/Rewind," Dana Center Gallery, Loyola University, New Orleans

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