Caitlin Keogh

Caitlin Keogh’s work encompasses painting and drawing. The artist frequently works from reference materials, exploring the festishitic quality of objects and of art history. Keogh’s meticulous and detail-oriented process focuses on the physicality of the picture plane and the relationship of the viewer’s body to the artwork.

BIO:

Caitlin Keogh was born in Anchorage, Alaska in 1982. 

Keogh’s paintings were recently included in New Time: Art and Feminisms in the 21st Century at the Berkeley Art Museum in California.  

Solo exhibitions of Keogh’s work have taken place at: the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, Massachusetts; and MoMA PS1 in New York City.  

Keogh’s work has also been featured in exhibitions at: the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City; MoMA Warsaw in Poland; Künstlerhaus Bremen in Germany; and the Queens Museum in New York City. 

Keogh's work is held in the collections of: the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, Massachusetts; the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City; and the Cornell Fine Arts Museum in Winter Park, Florida. 

A monograph on Keogh’s work, Headless Woman with Parrot, has been published by Triangle Books in Brussels, Belgium.

Keogh lives and works in New York City.