About The Artist
The artwork of Jim Holl has been widely exhibited and collected. He has mounted solo and group exhibitions with public institutions such as The New Museum, PS1 Museum, Creative Time, The Seattle Art Museum, Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, and Artists Space in New York. Additional selected exhibitions include ‘T’ Space, Rhinebeck, New York; Prographica/KPR Gallery, Seattle,WA; Architecture for Art Gallery, Hillsdale, New York; Philadelphia Art Alliance, PA; The Arts Center Gallery, Saratoga Springs, NY; Terenchin Gallery, NY; The Catskill Mountain Foundation, NY; BCB Gallery, Hudson, NY; Thompson Giroux Gallery, Chatham, NY; Denise Bibro Gallery, NY; and the Byrdcliffe Kleinart/James Center for the Arts, Woodstock, NY.
Jim Holl established James Holl Design in 1981. JHD has served corprate and non-profit clients designing and producing print and web projects. Selected clients include Adidas, AT&T, Chase Manhattan Bank, Credit Suisse, Brooklyn Children’s Museum, Doubleday, Emerson College, Houghton/Mifflin, Knoll International, March of Dimes, Marymount Manhattan College, Metropolitan Transit Authority, McGraw Hill, NYNEX, Newsweek, Random House, Scholastic Magazine, Sloan Kettering Memorial Cancer Center, ‘T’ Space and The Asia Society.
Jim Holl holds a BA from the University of Washington, a MFA from Columbia University and he is an Associate Professor of Art at Marymount Manhattan College in New York City where he directs the Graphic Design program. Jim Holl’s art is driven by themes that are manifested in sculpture, painting, photography, video and performance. He maintains studios in New York City, Catskill, New York and Manchester, Washington. Charta Art Books published Jim Holl’s first book The Landscape Painter, an autobiography 1974 through 1994. The book reflects on Holl’s artistic journey against a background of two decades of art events and theories in New York City. More of Jim Holl’s work can be viewed on his website www.jimholl.com. Holl’s work can also seen at Prographica/KDR Gallery in Seattle, Fox Gallery in New York City and Cross Contemporary Art in Saugerties, New York.