Sheila Pepe - Associate Professor
Sheila PepeAssociate Professor
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M.F.A., School of the Museum of Fine Arts/ Tufts University
Sheila PepeÂ’s recent projects include “Common Sense,” at Testsite, Austin, TX in collaboration with Arthouse Curator Elizabeth Dunbar and “Yo Mama” at Naomi Arin Contemporary Art, Las Vegas. Earlier projects that have informed the collaborative aspect of these recent works include Pepe’s Â“Bus LinesÂ” at the World Financial Plaza and Wintergarden, New York, NY for the Drawing Center and River to River FestivalÂ’s “Big Draw,” and a collaboration with Ball-Nogus Architects for Â“Liquid SkyÂ”, PS 1/ MoMA, Long Island City, NY; both in 2007.
Since 1994 Pepe has had numerous solo exhibitions throughout the United States,.Venues include the Jersey City Museum in New Jersey; Susan Inglett Gallery, New York; Bernard Toale Gallery, Boston; The Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum; Colgate University; the Weatherspoon Art Museum; the Zilkha Gallery, Wesleyan University; and Thread Waxing Space, New York.
She has also participated in many group exhibitions, most recently Â“Subversive Lace and Radical KnittingÂ” at the Museum of Arts and Design, New York; Â“Break the Rules!,Â” Manheim Kunstverein, Manheim, Germany; Â“Material Pursuits,Â” Fleming Museum, Burlington, VT. Â“Decelerate,Â” at the Kemper Museum in Kansas City. Others include: “The Photogenic,” ICA, Philadelphia; “Greater New York,” P.S.1; and “Gothic,” ICA, Boston.
Pepe has been awarded residencies at Skowhegan School, ME; The Bunting Institute, Radcliffe College at Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; Art OMI, Ghent, NY; and was the recipient of a Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Award.
Her work has been written about inThe New York Times, Art in America, Time Out NY, The New Yorker Magazine, Contemporary, Frieze, as well as several other publications in print and online.
Her work is included in the following public collections: The Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; Jersey City Museum, NJ; List Visual Art Center, MIT, Cambridge, MA; Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA; Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, MA.