JUDITH PRATT

www.judithmpratt.com

judithmpratt@me.com


EDUCATION

MFA, Painting, American University, Washington, DC.

MA, Modern and Contemporary Art History, Christie’s, New York.

Curatorial Assistant, Contemporary Drawings and Prints, The Morgan Library and Museum, New York.


SELECT EXHIBITIONS


2019    Solo Exhibition, Philip Johnson Towers, Crescent Gallery, Tysons, VA.

            Sculpture Now 2019, juried by Spencer Dormitzer, Brentwood Arts Exchange, Brentwood, MD.

2018    Solo Exhibition, curated by Kristen Chiacchia, Second Street Gallery, Charlottesville, VA.

            Micro-Monuments II: Underground, juried by Laura Roulet and curated by Artemis Herber, IA&A at

            Hillyer, Washington, DC.

            Uprooted, juried by Adriel Luis, Smithsonian Asian Pacific Center, IA&A at Hillyer, Washington, DC.

            Too Much is Too Much, juried by Laura Roulet. McLeann Project for the Arts, McLean, VA.

            This is America, invitational, Red West Contemporary Art, Steamboat Springs, CO.

2017    Solo Exhibition, Point of Origin, International Arts and Arts at Hillyer Art Space, Washington, DC.

            Strictly Painting 11, Biennial Exhibition, juried by Anne Reeve, Assistant Curator, Glenstone

            Museum, McLean Project for the Arts, McLean, VA.

            Sculpture REMIX 2017: Craft/Technology/Art, juror Allison Nance, Glen Echo Gallery, Glen Echo MD.

2016    Containment/Release, Two-Person Exhibition, Glen Echo Gallery, Glen Echo, MD.

            Alchemical Vessels, Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery, Washington, DC.

2015    Beyond Layers, curated by Allison Nance, Hillyer Art Space, Washington, DC.

            Brick Layers, curated by Jenny Shanker, The Workhouse Arts Center, Lorton, VA.

2014    Axis, curated by Phil Davis, VCCA Fellows Exhibition, Brentwood Arts Exchange, Brentwood Arts

            Exchange, Brentwood, MD.

2013    Louloudi/Flower to Flower, juried by Renée Stout, Athenaeum Museum, Alexandria, VA.

2012    Solo Sculpture Installation Exhibition, Alexandria Commission for the Arts, Alexandria, VA.

            Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Fellows Open Studio Exhibition, Amherst, VA.

2009    Framing the Economic Downturn, curated by Jim Hubbard, Gallery O at H St, NE, Washington, DC.

2006    Box Project, Christie’s, New York.


BIBLIOGRAPHY


2019    Hope, Eric “Sculpture Now 2019 at Brentwood Arts Exchange,” East City Art, March 4, 2019,

            http://www.eastcityart.com/category/reviews/.

2018    “Micr-Monuments II: Underground,” Exhibition Catalogue, 2018 pp. 88-89.

            Ashley Shah, “In Memoriam: Thomas Rooney: 1924-2018,” East City Art, March 20, 2018,

            http://www.eastcityart.com/category/reviews/.

            Jenkins, Mark, “Even When Extravagance is the Theme, Less Can Be More,” The Washington Post,

            August 10, 2018, p.2.

            Washington Sculptor, Fall Edition 2018, “Micro-Monuments II: Underground,” Juror’s Statement, p.10.

            Washington Sculptor, Winter Edition 2018, Solo Exhibition and Tribute to Artemis Herber.

2017    Washington Sculptor, Spring Edition, “WSG Hosts Panel Discussion,” Hillyer Art Space, Sharon

            Louden (Moderator) artists Judith Pratt, Salvatore Pirone, Zoe Charlton, Michael Scroggins and

            Tim Doud, p. 5.

2016    Dixon, Elsabé, “Containment/Release,” Interview, The Washington Sculptor, pp. 8-9.

            Jenkins, Mark, “Alchemical Vessels, The Washington, Post, April 30, 2016, p. E-5.

            Catalogue, “Alchemical Vessels,” published by Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts, Gallery, June 2016.

2015    Jenkins, Mark, “Beyond Layer and Deardourff,” The Washington Post, April 19, 2015, p. E-3.

2014    Jenkins, Mark, “Louloudi,” The Washington Post, April 26, 2014, p. B-5.

2009    Nano, Janelle, “Shooting Gallery,” DC Magazine: Arts and Power Special, December 2009, p.74.

            Goldberg Goff, Karen, “Recession Imagery Captured in Exhibit,” The Washington Times,

            November 11, 2009, p. C-1.


FELLOWSHIPS AND RESIDENCIES


2014    Fellowship and Residency, Moulin a Nef, Auvillar, France, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts.

2013    Residency, University of Virginia Mountain Lake Biological Station, Pembroke, Virginia.

2012    Fellowship and Residency, The Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Amherst, VA.


PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES


2019    Vice President, Washington Sculptors Group, Washington, DC, (2018-2019) . 

2018    Exhibition Manager, Micro-Monuments II:Underground, in partnership with IA&A at Hillyer, WDC.

            Manager, Washington Sculptors Group Annual Members Image Show, Harvard’s Center for

            Hellenic Studies, Washington, DC.

            Event Manager, HelpDesk, “Professional Networking Workshop” with Art Consultant Danielle

            Glosser at AI&A at Hillyer, Washington, DC.

            Co-Event Manager, “International Sculpture Day (IS Day) in partnership with Watergate Gallery,

            Washington, DC.

2017    Roundtable participant with Moderator Sharon Louden, editor of Living and Sustaining a Creative

            Life: The Artist as Culture Producer, Hillyer Art Space, Washington, DC.

            Thesis on American Modernist artist Florine Stettheimer included as scholarly source for

            Stettheimer retrospective at the Jewish Museum, New York, May 2017.

2016    Panel Discussion Program Director, “Monuments in Flux,” Harvard University’s Center for Hellenic

            Studies, Washington, DC.

            Panel Member, Artist Portfolio Review and Career Development Mentoring Program,

            College Art Association, Annual Conference.

2015    Panelist, DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, Artist Grant Awards, Washington, DC.

2014    Visiting Artist, Senior Critique, The University of Virginia Art Department, Charlottesville, VA.

2010    Portfolio Review, Chiara Sartori, International Studio & Curatorial Program, New York.


PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS AND AFFILIATIONS


Vice President/Board of Directors, Washington Sculptors Group, Washington, DC.

The College Art Association

Washington Project for the Arts

Arlington Arts Center

McLean Project for the Arts


SELECT PRIVATE AND PUBLIC COLLECTIONS


Abramson & Associates

Cerberonics Corporation

GTE Telenet Corporation

Lockheed Corporation

Rozansky and Kay Corporation

Michael Kahn


HONORS AND AWARDS


Fellowship and Residency, Moulin a Nef, Auvillar, France

Fellowship, The Virginia Center for the Creative Arts

Purchase Award, Olga Hirshhorn for Abramson & Associates

David Lloyd Kreeger Award Show, American University

Communications in the Arts Award, Abramson & Associates


TEACHING


Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD

American University, Washington, DC

Trinity College, Washington, DC



           

             

         

     



          





        




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