Alvin Johnson/J.M. Kaplan Hall - 66 West 12th Street
Caitlin Masley-Charlet holds a Masters of Fine Art from the University of Arizona and a Masters of Science in Design and Urban Ecology from Parsons/The New School. She is the recipient of several grants and fellowships, including an Emerging Artist Fellowship from the Socrates Sculpture Park, a Pollock-Krasner Fellowship, Barbara Deming Memorial Fund Grant, Puffin Foundation Grant and Foundation for Contemporary Art (emergency grant) and the LMCC Swing Space Grant and Residency among others. Masley has been an Artist-in-Residence in Austria, Germany, Quebec, Norway and Switzerland, as well as had work included in group exhibitions at MOMA/PS1, Center for Built Environment, Storefront for Art and Architecture and site-specific solo exhibitions and major projects include; Katonah Museum of Art, McColl Center for Contemporary Art, Islip Museum, Urban Institute of Contemporary Art, HVcc Foundation, Kingston Museum of Contemporary Art and the HDLU Museum in Zagreb, Croatia. Masley’s work is included in the Pfizer Corporate Collection, Benaki Museum Collection, Holt Renfrew Collection, Progressive Corporate Collection and many Private Collections. Masley’s work is featured in the book titled"The Artist as Culture Producer: Living and Sustaining a Creative Life,” edited by Sharon Louden to be published in 2017.