J E R E M I A H  M.  H O L L A N D

 FAIRFIELD, VIRGINIA, 24435

PHONE - 202.340.5245  EMAIL - JEREMIAH_HOLLAND@ME.COM

WWW.JEREMIAHHOLLAND.COM


Education

 
2009-2013    The Corcoran College of Art and Design, Washington, DC 

                      Bachelor of Fine Arts, cum laude                                        



Recognitions & Awards

 
2013           Nominee Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award

2013           Sculpture Faculty Award, Corcoran College of Art + Design, Washington DC

2013           Windgate fellowship Nominee

2010           A.H.O. Rolle Award, Corcoran College of Art + Design, Washington DC


Selected Group Exhibitions

 
2015           Craft and Folk Art Museum, Art and Other Tactics, Los Angeles, CA

2014           Kunst Haus, The Art of Myth, Alexandria, Virginia

2013           Momentum, Metropolitan Art Project, Fairfax, Virginia

2013           Substance and Art, “ Are We What We Eat” Ex Chiesa di San Carpoforo, Milan, Italy

2013           Kunst Haus, Tiki, Exotic Polynesian Pop, Alexandria, Virginia

2013           CONNERSMITH Gallery, Academy 2013, Washington, DC     

2013           Fast Forward, Brentwood Art Exchange, Brentwood, MD

2013           NEXT at the Corcoran: Class of 2013, Corcoran Gallery of Art  Washington, DC

2012           (e)Merge Art Fair, Washington DC

2012           Wear, Strut, Occupy/ArtReach, THEARC Washington DC

2012           Art Metamorphosis at Art Soirée, Georgetown Harbor Washington, DC

2012           National Museum of the Marine Corp, “Still in the Fight” Quantico VA 



Performances

2012           Collaboration with artist Nick Cave and THEARC for the 50th anniversary of the State Department’s Art in the Embassies (AIE)

                   artist exchange program, THEARC, Washington DC, November 28, 2012

2012           3rd Mid Summer Night Dream, Georgetown Harbor  Washington, DC, August 12, 2012

2012           International Studies Council Event, Washington DC, May 20, 2012

2012           The Corcoran Ball, Corcoran Gallery of Art Washington DC, April 20, 2012

 
Text

 2013           PBS: Craft in America; a journey to the artists, origins and techniques of American Craft, Washington DC, Season 5 Episode: “Forge”, Fall 2013

 2013           Express; A publication of The Washington Post, April 11 2013, p. E23


Artist Internships

 2014           Smithsonian Institute, Washington DC 

                    Exhibition installation, nonintrusive mount making, art handling practices and museum furniture and build-up fabrication

 2013           Smithsonian National Museum of African Art, Washington DC                             
                    Worked directly with Nigerian artist El Anatsui and assisted with the installation of his sculpture for the Earth Matters;

                    Land as Material and Metaphor in the Arts of Africa exhibition

 2013           The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC                                  
                    Assisted German artist Wolfgang Laib in the permanent installation of the Laib Wax Room at The Phillips Collection

 

           My work commonly explores topographic and architectural forms through sculpture in wood with an emphasis towards furniture design. Aside from referencing many historical genres of art and craft I also gain inspiration from the natural and architectonic forms around me. I explore formal elements such as design, scale, aesthetic and function and quickly contest the artificial, the ignored and over-machined qualities of wood as a material. My philosophy ultimately adheres to pride of craftsmanship and creating a permanent differential between the unique and the mundane.

          I am constantly challenged by the notion of furniture and although I frequently represent it as something that opposes traditional functionality, I also navigate a line between form and function while continuously keeping simplicity in mind. My body of work is often a relationship between the actual and the implied definitions of furniture and sculpture. I’ve come to understand that it is only language and culture that regard them differently and it is the space between the language and the form that has lead to my work. 

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