Professor Pete Schulte has work featured in a two-person exhibition with Yevgeniya Baras at the Margie E. West Gallery at the University of Georgia in Athens, now through November 10, 2022. The show previously was on exhibit at the Gallery at Heimbold Visual Arts Center, Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, New York, in June and will travel to the Sarah Moody Gallery of Art at The University of Alabama, in Tuscaloosa, January 19 – February 24, 2023. Schulte will present a lecture on his work Friday, September 16 at noon at the University of Georgia.
The exhibition, organized by The Gallery at Heimbold Visual Arts Center, Sarah Lawrence College, brings together the work of the two artists to create a broader dialogue on abstraction, line and color, as it coincides in contemporary painting and drawing. An exhibition catalog, with an essay by curator and educator Kate McNamara, accompanies the exhibition. Read more about the University of Georgia exhibition here.
Yevgeniya Baras was named a Senior Fulbright Scholar for 2022/2023. She was a recipient of the New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship in 2021, Guggenheim Fellowship in 2019, Pollock-Krasner Grant and the Chinati Foundation Residency in 2018, and Yaddo Residency in 2017. She received the Artadia Prize and was selected for the Sharpe-Walentas Studio Program and the MacDowell Colony residency in 2015. In 2014 she was named a recipient of the Rema Hort Mann Foundation’s Emerging Artist Prize. Her work has been reviewed in the New York Times, LA Times, ArtForum, and Art in America. Baras co-founded and co-curated Regina Rex Gallery, New York (2010-2018). She holds a BA in psychology and fine arts and an MA in education from the University of Pennsylvania (2003) and an MFA in painting and drawing from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (2007). Baras teaches at Sarah Lawrence College and Rhode Island School of Design.
Pete Schulte has presented recent solo exhibitions and installations at Mckenzie Fine Art, New York; The Lamar Dodd School of Art at The University of Georgia; The Chinati Foundation, Marfa, Texas; Jeff Bailey Gallery, Hudson, New York; Whitespace Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia; and the Woskob Family Gallery at Penn State University. Schulte’s work has also been included in numerous group exhibitions nationally and internationally. Hyperallergic, Art in America, World Sculpture News, Burnaway, and New Art Examiner have reviewed his work, among other publications. In 2017, Schulte was awarded the inaugural Southern Art Prize Fellowship for the state of Alabama. He has been awarded residencies at the Chinati Foundation (2019), Hambidge Center for Creative Arts (2016), Yaddo (2015), Atlantic Center for the Arts (2010), Bemis Center for Contemporary Art (2010), and ThreeWalls (2010). Schulte received an MFA in painting and drawing from the University of Iowa in 2008. He is associate professor of art at The University of Alabama, in Tuscaloosa. In 2013 Schulte co-founded, with Amy Pleasant, The Fuel and Lumber Company curatorial initiative. He is represented by McKenzie Fine Art in New York.
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