School of Continuing and Professional Studies (SCPS) Gallery
SCPS Gallery, Pratt Manhattan Center, 2nd floor
Gallery Hours: 10 AM-6 PM, Monday–Friday; 10 AM-5 PM, Saturday and Sunday
The School of Continuing and Professional Studies (SCPS) Gallery serves the interests of the Pratt community and the general public by mounting fine art exhibitions and public programs throughout the year.
The primary purpose of the SCPS Gallery is to showcase the technical and artistic excellence of the Institute’s faculty and students and provide opportunities for informal public conversations around subjects offered by the SCPS Program, current events, and ideas of intellectual and social interest.
For further information about the Gallery, please contact Program Director, Suzanne de Vegh at email@example.com.
KELLY WORMAN - YOU + ME + EVERYONE
November 19-January 12, 2019
Kelly Worman (b.1983) is an artist, curator, professor, and archivist based out of New York City. She holds an MFA from Pratt Institute (2011) in New York, and an MA in Culture, Criticism, and Curation with distinction from Central Saint Martins (2015) in London. Worman teaches at Pratt Institute in New York. She exhibits her work internationally and is included in an array of private collections. Recent exhibitions this year include Summer of Love at Freight + Volume in New York, NY, the Invitational at Barney Savage Gallery in New York, NY, WE: Women Empowering Women at Borghese Gallery on the North Fork, and I See an Omen at Benaco Arte in Sirmione, Italy. Worman was featured in NY Arts Magazine as one of "30 Artists to Watch" in 2012. Recent curatorial projects include Shapes of Curiosity at The Schneider Museum of Art in Oregon, Surface Tension and Land After Time at E.Tay Gallery in New York, NY and the last three (2015, 2016, 2017) Pratt Alumni Exhibitions at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY. Other recent projects and publications include Karen Barth: Works 1979 - 2014 (a catalogue raisonné), WYSIWYG?- What you see is what you get? (a project in collaboration with South London Gallery, investigating the impact of the digital world on art and culture in the 21st century), the Studio Spoken project (interviewing artists about their studio practice), and "The (W)hole Picture–Transgressing/Abjecting Subjectivities in Art" in Unknown Quantities (written with Janice Mitchell). Worman also writes and speaks extensively on color theory, the role of artist as curator, the artist as entrepreneurial model, and arts and economics at multiple institutions internationally.
I make paintings and objects investigating non-verbal energy in modern relationships: personally, collectively, or culturally. Since the election of 2016, this energy has been particularly interesting, and this body of work investigates those nuances. I make this work from the perspective of being a woman.