Resumé

Born: Bern, Switzerland


SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2017
Patricia Rovzar Gallery, Seattle, WA. Explorations with Rust. July 3–July 30.
Sue Greenwood Fine Art, Laguna Beach, CA. Explorations with Rust. June 1–July 17.

2016

Slete Gallery/Obsolete, Culver City, CA. Entangled States. June 8–July 8.

2015
Sue Greenwood Fine Art, Laguna Beach, CA. Moments of Stillness. Nov 1–Nov 30.
Hespe Gallery, San Francisco, CA. What the Flames Make Visible. May 1–May 30.

2014
Sue Greenwood Fine Art, Laguna Beach, CA. Unruffled. October 20–November 30.

2013
Art Space Gallery, Fresno City College, Fresno CA. Echoes. November 4–December 5.

2012
Hespe Gallery, San Francisco, CA. Storrow Drive–North Station. October 4–October 27.
Sue Greenwood Fine Art, Laguna Beach, CA. Silent–Anticipation. July 5–August 15.

2011
Obsolete, Venice, CA.  Power in each Step. September 24–October 21.

2010
Hespe Gallery, San Francisco, CA. Breaking Things Open. October 5–October 30.
Sue Greenwood Fine Art, Laguna Beach, CA. Recent Paintings. June 17–July 31.

2009
Consulate General of Switzerland, San Francisco, CA. August 31–October 10.

2008
Hespe Gallery, San Francisco, CA. The Illusion of Singularity. April 29–May 24.

2007
Julie Baker Fine Art, Nevada City, CA. Recent Paintings. October 12–November 5.

2006
Hespe Gallery, San Francisco, CA. Crossing every Boundary. May 2–May 30.

2005
Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID.  Figures. October 7–November 9.

AWARDS

2002
Eureka Fellowship Award Nominee, Fleishhacker Foundation, San Francisco, CA.

2001
INSITE Award Nominee, SFMOMA, San Francisco, CA.

2000
The MacDowell Colony, Peterborough, NH. Residency, January-February.


GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2016
Berkeley Art Center, Berkeley, CA. Here: BAC Artists Annual. December 1–January 15, 2017.
Sue Greenwood Fine Art, Laguna Beach, CA. Holiday Exhibition. December 1–January 15, 2017.
Patricia Rovzar Gallery, Seattle, WA. Holiday Exhibition. December 1–December 31.
Misho Gallery, San Francisco, CA. Bay Area Swiss Artists. December 1–December 17.
artMAKT San Francisco. April 22–May 1. Hespe Gallery, San Francisco, CA.

2015

Patricia Rovzar Gallery, Seattle,WA. Celebrate Art – Group Anniversary Exhibition. Dec 3–Dec 31.

2011
Richmond Art Center, Richmond, CA. Arts alive! 75 Reunion. September 17–November 12.
apex, New York, NY. Private Stash: A Musician’s Eye Fred Hersch. September 8–October 29.

2009
Alphonse Berber Gallery, Berkeley, CA. Images of Man and Woman.
Curated by Peter Selz and Cameron Jackson. December 4–January 30. 

2006
Toronto International Art Fair, West Vancouver, BC, Canada.
J. Cacciola Gallery, New York, NY. Gallery Group Show. July–August.

2005
AAF Contemporary, Pier 92, New York, NY. October 27–October 30.
Obsolete, Venice, CA.  Private Drama. April 2–May 2.

PUBLICATIONS

2017
The Huffington. Marianne Kolb: Deep Emotions, Common Emotions by John Seed, 
Professor of Art History. February 15. http://www.johnseed.com/2017/02/marianne-kolb-deep-emotions-common.html

2016
New American Paintings. Pacific Coast Edition #127. Juror: Jarrett Gregory, Associate Curator, Contemporary Art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

Nashville Arts Magazine. Marianne Kolb: The Mercurial State of Being, by Sara Lee Burd. September.

*82 review 3.4. A literary magazine published by Alisa Golden. http://www.star82review.com

2015
Artsy Editorial. Inspired by Kafka, a Swiss Painter Realizes Her Creative Power in California. Editorial by Bridget Gleeson. November 14, 2015.

1stdibs. Shop Talk. Obsolete. Superfluous Essentials, by David A. Keeps. August 24, 2015.

2013
Inquiring Mind, Berkeley, CA. Volume 29, Number 2. Spring 2013.

2012
New American Paintings. Pacific Coast Edition #103.
Juror: Monica Ramirez-Montagut, Senior Curator San Jose Museum of Art.
The Solitary Figures by Marianne Kolb. Essay by Peter Selz.

2011
ARTslanT. Marianne Kolb: On Our San Francisco Watchlist. June.
kids, Art Institute Chicago Family Self-Guide. Viewing Contemporary Art.
The Art Institute of Chicago and Art Chicago. April Issue.

2010
ART LTD. Magazine. Marianne Kolb at Sue Greenwood Fine Art, by Daniella Walsh.

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