Brad Carlile - Artist Resume - Curriculum Vitae (CV)
SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2014 Festival de la Luz Biennial, Buenos Aires, Argentina
2014 Galería Alicia D´Amico, Buenos Aires, Argentina
2010 De Santos Gallery, Houston TX
2008 Galerie Maurer, Munich, Germany
2004 Refracted Movement, Pushdot Studio, Portland OR
SELECTED BIENNIALS AND MUSEUMS
2016 Museo de Arte Contemporaneo (MAC), catalog, acquired three works in 2014, Salta Argentina (upcoming)
2015 Ballarat 2015 Biennial, Austrailia
2009 Hearst 8x10 Photography Biennial, Heast Tower, Alexey Brodovitch Gallery, West 57th, New York NY
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2015 Radical Color, Newspace, Portland OR
2014 20th Juried Exhibition, The Griffen Museum, Winchester MA
2013 Archisle 2013, Société Jersiaise, Jersey, UK
2013 GeoGráfica, Fototropía of La Fototeca, Guatemala City, Guatemala
2013 Blue Sky's Pacific Northwest Viewing Drawers, Juried selection (Diana Millar, Ed Marquand), Portland OR
2012 Fragile Boundaries, Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, Wilmington, DE
2012 Annenberg Slideshow Night, Annenberg Space for Photography, Los Angeles, CA
2012 Red(2), Mark Woolley Gallery, Portland, OR
2012 Blue Sky's Pacific Northwest Viewing Drawers, Juried selection (Clint Willour, Laura Moya), Portland OR
2011 The Photo Review, Interiors, Stephen Perloff, Langhorne, PA
2010 14th Annual Friends of Friends Photography Auction, New York NY
2009 Rooted (winner), Galerie Clairefontaine, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
2009 Contemporary Photography Invitational, Flanders Art Gallery, Raleigh NC
2007 photographers:network, Thomas Kellner, Siegen, Germany
2006 Environmental Photography Invitational, Art Wolfe Gallery, Jurors Patrick Donehue, Jane Perovich, Ed Marquand, Seattle WA
2004 In America Now, Don O'Melveny Gallery, Juror Peter Frank (LA Weekly), West Hollywood CA
2004 13th Hasselblad Austrian Super Circuit, traveling show Austria, Germany, Qatar, & China, Catalog
2003 World Council for Arts, Herbst Exhibition, Juror Marian Parmenter (SFMOMA), San Francisco CA, Catalog
2003 Scene/Unseen '03, Runnels Gallery New Mexico, Juror Amei Wallach (AICA/USA), Portales NM, Catalog
SELECTED AWARDS, GRANTS, & COVERS
2014 PDN Photo Award Winner, Fine Art Personal Project, New York, NY
2014 Three Honorable Mentions, Deeper Perspective, International Photography Awards, IPA, New York, NY
2014 Fine Art Nominee, International Color Awards, Beverly Hills, CA
2009 Hearst 8x10 Photography Biennial, Heast Tower, West 57th St, New York City, one of eight winners
2009 Professional Development Grant, Regional Arts and Culture Council, Portand, OR
2006 First Place, 2006 Photo Annual, Alaska Airlines Magazine, May 2006 (image)
2005 People's Choice, Pacific Northwest Art Annual 2005, University of Oregon
PRESS & INTERVIEWS
"Meet The Contemporary Photographers Experimenting With 'Radical Color'," Huffington Post, May 2015.
"Tempus Incognitus Brad Carlile," BETA developments in photography, Issue #12, by Ballarat International Foto Festival, Dec 2014.
"Slow Still Lifes: Brad Carlile’s Tempus Incognitus," Exposure, Journal of the Society for Photographic Education (SPE), (47:2), p24-29, Fall 2014. (article .pdf)
“The jury isn’t out at the Griffin Museum,” The Boston Globe, Mark Feeney, 22-July 2014.
“Good Reason for a short trip to Delaware,” Philadelphia Equirer, Edith Newhall, 29-July 2012.
“10 Favorite Visual Arts Shows of 2011,” Willamette Week, Richard Speer, 28-Dec 2011: 37.
“Brad Carlile: Confronting the myth of the great American road (review),” Willamette Week, Richard Speer, 13-July 2011: 43.
"Brad Carlile at the Independent -- lost in space-time (review)," The Oregonian, John Motley, 4-August 2011: 38.
"Brad Carlile: photographing hotel rooms around the world (interview)," Portland Architecture blog, August 2011.
"Photographer Brad Carlile sheds new light on hotel rooms", print interview, Houston Chronicle June 9, 2010.
David-West, Haig, ed. Scene-Unseen. Portales: New Mexico, 2003 ISBN 0-9727867-2-4.