Pete Schulte

UA Professor Co-curates Exhibit at Alabama Contemporary

Associate Professor Pete Schulte and partner Amy Pleasant, co-curators at The Fuel and Lumber Company, opened a new exhibition Float, Fly, Transcend at The Alabama Contemporary Art Center in Mobile, Alabama, in January. The show features the work of internationally recognized artists, including David Onri Anderson, Katherine Bradford, Krista Clark, Matthew F. Fisher, Lonnie Holley,

University of Georgia Galleries Feature UA Art Professor’s Work

Pete Schulte’s new site-specific work is installed at the University of Georgia’s Plaza Gallery as part of the Dodd Galleries’ ongoing Wall Works series. Schulte’s Untitled (Plaza) consists of two wall paintings that exist, as Schulte describes them, “in simultaneity, as twins and opposites.” The works will be up through March. Pete Schulte is associate

UA Drawing Professor Exhibits in Atlanta’s Swan Coach House

In February, Associate Professor Pete Schulte’s work will be included in a three-person exhibition at Swan Coach House Gallery in Atlanta. Geo Forms: Randy Jones, Esteban Patino, Pete Schulte is curated by art advisor and appraiser Rebecca Dimling Cochran, curator of the Wieland Collection. Pete Schulte is associate professor of drawing at The University of Alabama department

Drawing Professor’s Artwork in Renowned Company

The online art magazine Hyperallergic included drawing professor Pete Schulte‘s recent solo exhibition in its year-end review of significant art shows. Art critic Thomas Micchelli placed Schulte’s work in the context of some renowned company: Nancy Spero, Eva Hesse, Lucien Freud, Louise Lawler, as well as important group exhibitions at the MOMA and the Whitney

Drawing Professor’s NY Solo Show Favorably Reviewed

Associate Professor Pete Schulte‘s latest solo exhibition – a graphic distillation of his artist residency at the Chinati Foundation last summer – was favorably reviewed in Hyperallergic, the online arts magazine. Schulte’s drawings in graphite, along with gouache, ink and pigment, were at McKenzie Fine Art Gallery, New York, N.Y., through Dec. 21, 2019. For

Associate Professor Schulte Solos at Chinati Foundation

Associate Professor of Art Schulte will present an installation of his recent works on paper, including a suite of drawings developed in response to the gallery itself: the architecture, atmosphere, and the paintings that are normally housed there.  Schulte, who teaches drawing at UA, said that his work is “rooted in the daily practice of

UA Professor Awarded Prestigious Artist Residency

Associate Professor Pete Schulte has been awarded a prestigious artist residency at the Chinati Foundation in Marfa, Texas. Founded in the late 1970s by sculptor Donald Judd, the Chinati Foundation has hosted renowned and emerging artists including Ingólfur Arnarsson, John Newman, John Wesley and Karl Haendel.  Schulte, who was the recipient of the South Arts State Fellowship for Alabama in 2017,

Drawing Professor’s Works on Paper at Armory Art Show

Associate Professor of art Pete Schulte‘s artwork was included in Spring/Break Art Show: Frontiers, part of the annual Armory Art Show in New York City in early March. His graphite, gouache and ink drawing on paper titled, “A Letter Edged In Black,” (2017, 15 x 15 inches) was singled out in the preview article in ArtNews.