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Born: Havana Cuba

 

Education:      

Pratt Institute of Art, Brooklyn, NY (M.F.A.)

Florida International University, Miami, FL  (B.F.A.)

School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA

Miami Dade Community College, Miami, FL (A.A.)

American University in Paris, Paris, France

 

Grants & Awards:

2012     Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, New York, NY

CityArtists Project Grant, Seattle Arts Commission, Office or Arts & Cultural Affairs, Seattle, WA

2011     WA Individual Artist Fellowship, Artist Trust, Seattle, WA

2004        1st Place, Cinco de Mayo Invitational, Seattle Center, Seattle, WA

2001        Best of Show, Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue, WA

1998     Honorable Mention, The Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle, WA

1996     Curriculum Writing Grant, Seattle Central Community College, WA

1995     2-Goo Grant, Seattle Central Community College, Seattle, WA

1993     Oscar B. Cintas Foundation, Arts International, New York, NY, Individual

Artist Fellowship for Sculpture

1992     Ford Scholar, New York, NY   

 

Solo Shows:

2013     M. Rosetta Hunter Gallery, Seattle Central Community College, Seattle, WA

South Seattle Community College Art Gallery, Seattle, WA

2012     The Art Gallery at Lower Columbia College, Rose Center for the Arts, Longview, WA

2010     GARMENDIA: THE TURNING POINT, Moses Lake Museum & Art Center, Moses Lake, WA

2009     TATIANA GARMENDIA: EPIC, Monarch Studio, Seattle, WA

2007        TATIANA GARMENDIA: SHADOW DRAWINGS, Olympic College, Bremerton WA

2006        HEKATE (instal­la­tion for The Vagina Monologues), Erickson Theatre, Seattle, WA

2005        BODY CONSCIOUS: TATIANA GARMENDIA DRAWINGS, Alden B. Dow Museum of Science and Art. Midland Center for the Arts, Midland, MI

2003     POWDER, Fine Arts Gallery, Seattle Central Community College, Seattle, WA

2002     PHYSICAL REVELATIONS, Fine Arts Gallery, Seminole Community College, Sanford, FL

META-CORPUS, University Art Gallery, University of the South, Sewanee, TN

OCTECT, Center of Contemporary Art, Seattle, WA

2001        GRAPHIC DIAGNOSIS, Contemporary Art Center of Peoria, Peoria, IL

PHYSICAL REVELATIONS, 1708 Gallery, Richmond, VA

TATIANA GARMENDIA, Atelier 31, Seattle, WA

BODY & SOUL, Northern Kentucky University, Main Gallery, Fine Arts Center,

Highland Heights, KY

PHYSICAL REVELATIONS, Kittredge Gallery, University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, WA

2000        PHYSICAL REVELATIONS, St. Xavier University Art Gallery, Chicago, IL

PHYSICAL REVELATIONS, Phinney Center for the Arts, Seattle, WA

INTERNAL SPACE, Olympic College Art Gallery, Olympic College, Bremerton, WA

1999        PHYSICAL REVELATIONS, Locust Projects, Miami, FL

 

Museum Group & Traveling Shows:

2008        THE FINE ART OF DRAWING, Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts, Tallahassee, FL

2007–2004

VISIONARY ANATOMIES,  (SITES) trav­el­ing show: The Art Museum of Western Virginia, Roanoke, VA; Art League of Long Island, Dix Hills, NY; Art Museum, Amherst, MA; University Museums, University of Delaware, Newark, DE; Monmouth Museum, Lincroft, NJ; The Upstairs Gallery, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC; Keck Center Gallery, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC

2005        NEVER DONE: WOMEN’S WORK From THE PERMANENT COLLECTION 1950-NOW, The

El Paso Museum of Art, El Paso, TX.

2002        BELLEVUE ART MUSEUM BENEFIT INVITATIONAL Bellevue Art Museum, WA

2001        SPRINGTIME IN PARIS GROUP SHOW & GALA AUCTION, Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue, WA (Best of Show)

2000        INK DIFFERENT ALUMNI INVITATIONAL, Historical Museum, Miami, FL

1993     ARBOL DE LA VIDA,  (concur­rent shows) Museo Rufino Tamayo; Museo Carrillo Gil,

Mexico City, Mexico

1992     ARTISTS IN THE MARKETPLACE, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, NY

 

Selected Group Shows:

2012     PORTRAITS, Municipal Tower Ethnic Heritage Art Gallery, Seattle, WA

CASCADE PRINT EXCHANGE VI, Fairbanks Gallery, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR

XPX, Dead End Press, Ballard, WA

2011     WONDERS TO COME PART DEUX, Springbox Gallery, Portland, OR

PASSAGES: CONTEMPORARY LATINO/A ARTISTS, Sarah Spurgeon Gallery, Ellensburg, WA

WHERE ARE WE GOING?, Chemeketa Community College Art Gallery, Salem, OR

CENTRAL’S FINE ARTS FACULTY, M. Rosetta Hunter Gallery, Seattle, WA

MAPPING, The 100th Monkey Gallery, Portland, OR

            XPX, Pike Street Press, Seattle, WA

            XPX, Ballard Works, Ballard, WA

EXQUISITE ALLEGORY, Winston Wachter Seattle, Seattle, WA

STATES IN BETWEEN, Arthur M. Berger Art Gallery at Manhattanville College, Purchase, NY

SEATTLE COMMUNITY COLLEGE FACULTY ART SHOW, North Seattle Community College Art

Gallery, Seattle, WA

CASCADE PRINT EXCHANGE V, Fairbanks Gallery, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR

2010     UNDER HER WINGS, South Seattle Community College Art Gallery, Seattle, WA

2009     FACULTY GROUP SHOW, M. Rosetta Hunter Art Gallery, Seattle, WA

2008     ADDICTED TO ART: PONCHO INVITATIONAL SHOW & AUCTION, Convention Center, Seattle, WA

ARTIST TRUST 20TH ANNIVERSARY BENEFIT SHOW & AUCTION, Pavilion, Seattle Center,             Seattle, WA

2007        BODY IMAGE, SAM Art Gallery, Seattle, WA

2005        HORSE OF A DIFFERENT COLOR: PONCHO INVITATIONAL, Convention Center, Seattle, WA

2004        CINCO DE MAYO, Fisher Pavilion at Seattle Center, Seattle, WA

2003     ALL ABOUT ART: PONCHO INVITATIONAL ART AUCTION, The Armory, Seattle, WA

            15th ANNUAL ARTIST TRUST ARTSHOW & AUCTION, Seattle Center, Seattle WA

2003 EMERALD CITY ART SHOW & AUCTION, Consolidated Arts, Seattle, WA

2002        SCULPTURE PLUS TWO, Maude Kerns Art Center, Portland, OR

2001        THE HOLIDAY SHOW, Atelier 31, Kirkland, WA

ALTARES, Phinney Art Gallery, Seattle, WA

ARTWORKS FOR AIDS, Seattle Center Art Pavilion, Seattle, WA

OF FACE & FIGURE, Morlan Gallery, Transylvania University Lexington, KY

FACULTY GROUP SHOW, Seattle Central Community College Art Gallery, Seattle, WA

ALL CAMPUS FACULTY GROUP SHOW, South Seattle Community College Art Gallery,       Seattle, WA

SALPICON CUBANO/CUBAN SPLASH, Kirkland Art Center, Kirkland, WA 

2000     NATURAL HISTORIES, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH

ALTARES, Phinney Art Gallery, Seattle, WA

ARTS AND HEALING, Morehead State University, CY Gallery, Morehead, KY

GROUP SHOW, Arena Gallery, Chicago, IL

            PAPERVEINS BIENNIAL, HERE Art Center, New York, NY

A MATTER OF SCALE, Agnes Scott College Galleries, Atlanta, GA

            NORTHWEST ANNUAL, CoCA, juried by Mike Bidlo, Seattle, WA

DIALOG, Seattle Central Community College Art Gallery, Seattle, WA

5”, Chicago Southland Arts Incubator Union Street Gallery, Chicago, IL

BASH: EAST OF EDEN, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, WA

            GRACE, MYTH & MAGIC: LATIN AMERICAN WOMEN PAINTERS, HUB Gallery,

University of Washington, Seattle, WA

23rd ANNUAL ART EXHIBITION, The Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle,Washington State          Convention and Trade Center, Seattle, WA

WINDOW INSTALLATION, Smith Tower, Seattle, WA

DIALOG II, Centre Culturel Français, Seattle, WA

MULTICULTURAL ART EXHIBIT, Everett Community College, Everett, WA

REMEMBRANCE: RE WOMEN, Multicultural Center, Bloomsburg University, Bloomsburg, PA

1999     ART WORKS FOR AIDS, Friesen Gallery, Seattle, WA

1999 ART WORKS FOR AIDS, Seattle Center Art Pavilion, Seattle, WA

OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM AND IN THE STUDIO: SEATTLE CENTRAL ART         FACULTY, Seattle Central Community College Art Gallery, Seattle, WA

1998     21ST ANNUAL MINORITY ART EXHIBITION, The Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle,

Washington State Convention and Trade Center, Seattle, WA

FINE ARTS FACULTY SHOW, North Seattle Community College Art Gallery, Seattle, WA

GROUP SHOW, Metropolis Contemporary Arts Gallery, Seattle, WA

1997     MIRA! LATIN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL, instal­la­tion, 911 Media Center, Seattle, WA

DIE UNERTRÅGLICHE ÜBERHEBLICHKEIT DES GELDES, Gallery Riesa Efau,       Dresden-Friedrichstadt, Germany

1996     ARTEFACTS / ARTEFAUX, Tangent, Seattle, WA

HISPANIC SHOW ‘96, Linn Benton Arts Council, Corvallis Arts Center, Corvallis, OR

1995     SURVIVAL OF JOY: CONTEMPORARY CUBAN ARTISTS, Seattle Central Community

College Art Gallery, Seattle, WA  (catalog)

FACULTY GROUP SHOW, North Seattle Comm.College Art Gallery, Seattle, WA

SELF PORTRAITS & OTHER PERSONALITIES, Seattle Central Community College Art        Gallery, Seattle, WA

ON THE MOVE: SOCIAL, POLITICAL, ECONOMIC MOBILITY, David Adler Cultural Center, Libertyville, IL

POPULAR CULTURE & KITSCH, Gallery Neo, Charlottsville, VA

TICKET / TRAVEL, San Francisco Art Institute Project 8 Studio Gallery, San Francisco, CA

1994     SEARCHING FOR THE HIDDEN, (concur­rent shows) Biola University, La Mirada CA;

C. S. Lewis Summer Institute, Cambridge, England

GLOBAL FORUM ‘94, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester, England

MARCHING TOWARDS 2000, Houston Women’s Caucus For Art, Houston, TX

WHO’S ON THIRD?, The Denali Foundation, Denali Park, AK

OFF SHORES, Waterfront Artist Coalition, Brooklyn, NY

MORE ART FOR MORE PEOPLE, C.A.G.E. Archives, Cincinnati, OH

1993     LINGUA LATINA EST REGINA, Stuxx Gallery, New York, NY

SECOND HAND: REDRAWINGS, The Ridge Street Gallery, New York, NY

OBSESSIVE COLLECTIONS, Art In General, NYCNY

PIERO MANZONI’S INFINITE LINE, Milan Art Center, Milan, Italy

CROSSING BORDERS, Irvine Fine Arts Center, Irvine, CA

1992     DIVIDED, Dayton Visual Arts Center, Dayton, OH

PHOTO ART ’92, New Image Gallery, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA

OLD WORLD/NEW WORLD: CULTURE SHOCK, Kent Library, Kent, WA

V CENTENARIO-ENCUENTRO DE CULTURAS, Casa Universitaria de la Cultura, Santo          Domingo, Dominican Republic

SALON OF THE MATING SPIDERS, The Heron Test-Site Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

FATE OF THE EARTH, Ceres Gallery, New York, NY

LOVE…A MEANS OF EXPRESSION, Harbs Gallery, Lexington, VA

EAT, Russell Sage College Gallery, Schacht Fine Arts Center, Troy, NY (catalog)

1991     CLOUDS/CULTURE/CHANGE, Huntington College, Montgomery, AL

O.I.A. SALON ’91, Organization of Independent Artists, NYCNY

CHOICE, The A.I.R. Gallery, NYCNY

YOU NAME IT, Sherarts, Cloud, MN

 

Selected Publications:

Trigger, a Status Hat publi­ca­tion, online jour­nal, February 2012, Big Visual Art: Tatiana Garmendia,   statushat.org/trigger/index.php/second-edition/28-big/visual-art-big/123

Art LTD., March-April 2011, “’Exquisite Allegory’ at Winston Wachter,” by Matthew Kangas, pp30-31

Seattle Times, February 3 2011, “Review: In ‘Exquisite Allegory’ at Winston Wachter, every picture tells a     story” by Michael Upchurch.

CityArts, January 12, 2011, “’Exquisite Allegory’ Group Exhibit Opens Tonight” by Lauren Lynch

Crosscurrents 2010, Washington Community College Humanities Association, The Storyteller, p76

Issues in Science and Technology, Fall 2007, Volume XXIV, No. 1, “Archives, Figure 2055”, p96

The News Journal, Wilmington, DE, October 2, 2006, “The Body As Artistic Inspiration” by Victor Greto

The San Diego Union-Tribune, September 14, 2006, “Science Is On The Palette” by Henry Fountain

PhotoNews Today, July 26, 2006, “’Visionary Anatomies’ Exhibition Coming to University of Delaware”
by Dennis Hays

The City Collegian, March 6, 2006, Volume 39, Issue 9, front page “Instructor’s Art Causes Controversy”

Visionary Anatomies, Catalog, National Academy of Art, Washington DC

New York Times, April 19, 2005 issue. “What Leonardo Could have Done With a Catscan” by Henry Fountain

Eugene Weekly, March 7, 2002 issue, “Multi-Faceted Show MKAC’s sculp­ture plus two” by Lois

Wadsworth, p21

Plain Dealer, March 8, 2001 issue, “Art, science mix in ‘Natural Histories’” by Dan Tranberg

Cleveland Weekly, February 21–27, 2001 Issue, “Cozy Bedfellows: Art and science under the scope

at CSU Gallery” by Douglas Max Utter

Seattle Weekly, Thursday, March 22, 2001 Issue, “Cuban Splash” by Anna Fahey

Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Friday, November 10, 2000 Issue, “Exploring the Large and Small of

Scale”, pQ8

Community Review, Volume VI, No. 22 Issue, “Art Exhibits”, photo, p21

Metropolitan Living, October 2000 Issue, “Cubanism: Cultivating Art in My Garden”, p41

Gravy, Fall 2000, Number 9, “Arena Gallery: Grand Spanking New Opening”, p10

Latino Northwest, June-July 2000, Vol. 8, “Gracia, Mito y Magia Latin American Women

Painters”, pp18-20

Art Access, March 2000, Vol. 9, Number 3, “Physical Revelations”, p38

Art Access, Feb. 2000, Vol. 8, Number 3, “CoCA Northwest Annual”, pp9-11

The Miami Herald, Sept. 19, 1999, “Drawings Shed Odd Light On Phrase ‘Body of Work’”, p11M

Coral Gables Gazette, Sept. 8–14, 1999, “‘Physical Revelations’ Drawings Mirror X-Rays Power To       Show”, pB1 and pB3P.

The City Collegian, 9/23/96, “‘Fulana Y Mengana’: Central Gallery Host To Brilliance”

Time Capsule: A Concise Encyclopedia by Women Artists, Performers, and Writers, Creative Time,      Inc., NYC, NY, 1995

Survival of Joy: Contemporary Cuban Art, cata­log, FAHS publisher, Seattle, WA, 1995

Community College Week, July 4, 1994, Vol. 6 #23, “Interdisciplinary Courses, Revealing The Student           Within”, p1 and p5

Art In General Yearbook, Art In General, publisher, 1994 Issue

The Miami Herald, Aug. 8, 1993, “Local News”, pI5

El Herald, July 31, 1993, “Escritor y Artista de Miami Agraciados con Beca Cintas”, pB2

ARTFORUM International, April 1993 Issue, “Obsessive Collections”, p50

Cultural Traces: New Work by Rod Gilchrist” cata­log essay by T. Garmendia, Information     Gallery, published April 1993

The New York Times, July 26, 1992, Arts Section, “Show Serves As Clearinghouse for New

Talent”,  pA32

Artists In The Market Place, cata­log, The Bronx Museum of Art, 1992

Selected Permanent Collections:

Cintas Collection, The Patricia & Philip Frost Art Museum, FIU, Miami, FL

National Academy of Science, Washington, DC

David Adler Cultural Center, Libertyville, IL

El Paso Museum of Art, El Paso, TX

Locust Projects, Miami, FL

Biola University, La Mirada, CA

C.A.G.E. Archives, Cincinnati, OH

Irvine Fine Arts Center, Irvine, CA

Casa Universitaria de la Cultura, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

Presentations:

2011 Meet the Artist with Passages: Latino/A Artists, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, WA

2010 Imaging/Imagining the Skeleton, CUNY Graduate Center, New York, NY

2007           Snap, Crackle, Pop: Political Art in the 60’s, Art & Anarchy CSP, Coordinated Studies Program,

Seattle Central Community College, Seattle, WA

2005           Sacred Art and Geometry, Anthropology Dept, Seattle Central Community College, Seattle, WA

Television:     

2003        TATIANA GARMENDIA, inter­view mono­graph, SCCD TV

1999        MUSES: FIVE SEATTLE WOMEN ARTISTS, a docu­men­tary video­graphic project, in

part­ner­ship with TCI Community Television, tele­cast in March 21, 1999, Seattle, WA

 

Gallery Representation: Monarch Contemporary, Palm Springs, CA

Patricia Cameron, Seattle, WA