Pauline Galiana is a French-born artist who, having moved from Paris to New York, found the light brilliant and has stayed. She pursued her Master of Fine Arts, at ESAG in Paris, and has an Art Business Certificate From Christie’s Education NY.

 

              Solo Exhibitions

• Sept 2016-Sept 2017, ”Shredded Impressions”, Sloan Kettering Center, New York

• May 2012, New York Public Library/Midtown-Window Installation Projectand Artist Dialogue Event

• September-November 09, TAI/Exhibits, New York

• March-June 08, Cendrillon Gallery, New York

• December 03-March 04, Cendrillon Gallery, New York

 

               Selected Group Exhibitions& Art Shows

2017

• March-May 2017, ”In bloom" Selection from the Kentler International Drawing Space flat files

• Nov-Dec 2017, Durham Arts Council, Durham NC

2016

• Nov-Dec, “Facie” curated by D. Lombardi, Galerie Protégé, New York

• June-July, “Bits and Pieces: Pauline Galiana, Liz Jaff and Jim Osman”, Robert Henry Contemporary, Brooklyn

• May, 100 Works on Paper, Kentler International Drawing Center, Brooklyn

• April, “Let There Be Art!” Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA

2015

• December 2015, Scope Miami

• December 2015, “Boundary-less” Pleiades Gallery, New York

• October 2015-September 2016, Sloan Kettering Center, Brooklyn New York

• September-December The Woolworth Tower, Tribeca, New York

• September "One more week of summer-Art On Paper”, at Muriel Guépin Gallery, New York

• June-July, "Stack/File" at the Kentler International Drawing Center, New York

• June, Bushwick Open Studios, New York

2014

• December, Made (Art Collecting Made Social), group show, Chelsea, New York

2013

• July-August, “Merry go Round”, Muriel Guépin Gallery, New York

• April, “Victorious”, Aureus Contemporary, New York

• March, Aureus Contemporary/Scope New York

• March, “Paper Chase” New York Institute of Technology

• February, “Childlike”/Asymmetrik Gallery, New York

• February, Aureus Contemporary/Wynwood Art, Miami

2012

• December, Art Miami-Context/Asymmetrik Gallery, New York

• October, “to be considered” Benefit Muriel Guépin Gallery, Brooklyn

• October, (E)merge Washington DC/Asymmetrik Gallery, New York

• July-August, summer group show at Muriel Guépin Gallery, Brooklyn

• June-July, "Jeux-Rêves"/ a two women show at Muriel Guépin Gallery, Brooklyn

2011

• "A Feast For the Eye" Lazarus Gallery-United Hebrew, New Rochelle

• "Fine Art Houston"/Aureus Contemporary Gallery

• Summer Show, Muriel Guépin Gallery, Brooklyn

• "AAF New York"/Muriel Guépin Gallery

• "Art-Chicago"/Muriel Guépin Gallery

• “Text” /Parlor Gallery Ashbury

• “Elusive” /Parlor Gallery Ashbury

2010

• "Scope Miami"/Muriel Guépin Gallery

• "ArtHamptons" Bridgehampton/Muriel Guépin Gallery

• Kentler Drawing Center, Brooklyn, NY

• "AAF New York"/Muriel Guépin Gallery

• “Landfill Art Project”, Ken Marquis

• “Looking in", Muriel Guépin Gallery, Brooklyn

2009

• Winter Show, Shop Art Studio, Brooklyn

• “Beyond the Fray” Art Sites, Riverhead

2008

• "Talkative Cells", Ramis Barquet Galeria, Monterey-Mexico/New York

• Kentler Drawing Center, Brooklyn

• "Small Works Show", NYU, New York

2000-2006

• 2006 “Outer limits”, Aurora Gallery, New York

• 2005 Cendrillon Gallery/New York

• 2002-04 Museum Editions, New York

• 2002 Art League of Bradenton

• 2001 Stockholm Art Fair/Arena@Feed Gallery

• 2001 Arena@Feed Gallery, Brooklyn

• 2001 Meat Market Art Fair New York/Arena@Feed Gallery

• 2000 “Virtual Show” Arena@Feed Gallery, Brooklyn

• 2000 Baron-Boisanté Gallery, New York

 

            Bibliography

• “FACIE", D. Lombardi, 2016

• “WHEN VISITING A CATHEDRAL”, Michael Mapes, 2013

• “ONCE OUT OF CHAOS”, William Drenttel, Design Observer, 2009

• “TALKATIVE CELLS”, Karen Cordero Reiman, México, DF, 2008

• “SHE WHO PUTS IT ALL SO WELL”, Alexander García Düttmann. Middlesex University, London, 2003