PRESS & PUBLICATIONS
For this exhibition, Katie Herzog, in conjunction with writer Andrew Choate, has created a series of encaustic diptychs that plays tug of war with words that refer to things and words that in themselves are things. They chose generic Angeleno signage, unbranded, without obvious references. For each sign, Choate fashioned a sort of linguistic, Lewis Carrol-like doppelganger, which Herzog then fabricated in encaustic.Read More
TSQ: Transgender Studies Quarterly published 3 essays about Katie Herzog`s 48 PortraitsRead More
If you like your art fairs of manageable size and relaxed mood, as well as free, with a more-than-respectable level of quality, the fair of the New Art Dealers Alliance, or NADA, is for you.Read More
It’s hard to shit on NADA. It’s free and the art is consistently strong. Every time I visit, I am happy for having seen good art.Read More
Katie Herzog received a BFA in Painting from the Rhode Island School of Design (2001), an MFA in Visual Arts from the University of California, San Diego (2005), and studied Library and Information Science at San Jose State University (2006-2008). She has received an ARC Grant from the Center for Cultural Innovation (2011), a Donald and Doris Fisher Fellowship to attend the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture (2007), a Russell Foundation Award for Graduate Research (2004), and a Florence Leif Award for Excellence in Painting (2001). Recent solo exhibitions include Altered State Library, Monte Vista Projects, Los Angeles, CA (2014), Transtextuality (Senate Bill 48), Night Gallery, Los Angeles, CA (2013), and Object-Oriented Programming, Palo Alto Research Center, Palo Alto, CA (2012). Selected group exhibitions include Pushing Paradigms in Painting, Mason Gross Galleries, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ (2012), Movement, Anomalies and Distractions, Oxford University, Oxford, England (2012), and Print Imprint, Cirrus Gallery, Los Angeles, CA (2012).
Katie Herzog is represented by Klowden Mann Gallery.