Education

MFA Program, Hunter College, New York City
BFA, The School of Visual Arts, New York City
BA, Barnard College, New York City

Residencies

2018, Director's Guest, Civitella Ranieri Foundation, Umbria, Italy  
2016, Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, Vermont

Solo Exhibitions

2019
In Her Studio, New Release Gallery, NYC *
2006
Girls’ School, Kustera Tilton Gallery, NYC
1997
Diary, Wooster Gardens, New York City
1995
Interview, Schaper Sundberg Galleri, Stockholm, Sweden
1994
Interview, Jose Freire Fine Art, NYC
1993
Sam Samore, Kerri Scharlin, and Jane and Louise Wilson, David Zwirner
Gallery, NYC
Student Body, Dooley Le Cappellaine, NYC
Wanted, Postmasters, NYC
1991
Gloria Luria Gallery, Miami, FL

Curatorial

2019

Salon 7: Civitella XXV, Scharlin Studio, NYC

2018

Salon 6: F Magazine, Scharlin Studio, NYC
Salon 5: The Miraculous, Scharlin Studio, NYC
2017
Salon 4: Gonzalez Peña / The Cornichons, Scharlin Studio, NYC
Salon 3 : Rosenberg / Schneider / Dirty Mirrors, Scharlin Studio, NYC
Salon 2 : Oppenheim / McClelland, Scharlin Studio, NYC
2016
Salon 1 : Scarpitta / Bankemper, Scharlin Studio, NYC
1992
The Big Nothing or Le Presque Rien, The New Museum of Contemporary Art, NYC *

Selected Group Exhibitions

2017
Soft Power, Elga Wimmer PCC, NYC
The Miraculous in Houston, organized by Heather (Bause) Rubinstein and Raphael Rubinstein in conjunction with the 2017 CounterCurrent Festival, University of Houston, Houston, TX
2016
recap: thirty years of momenta art, Momenta Art, Brooklyn, NY 
2015
WHO, Lesley Heller Workspace, NYC
Spring Benefit, Momenta Art, Brooklyn, NY
1997
Multiple Identities, Nexus Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta, GA
Public Service and Other Announcements, curated by John Ravenal, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA
Projects.doc: selections from the Robert J. Shiffler Collection and Archive,
Cincinnati Arts Association, Cincinnati, OH
1996
Sosie, Sagacho Exhibition Space, curated by Herve Mikaeloff, Tokyo, Japan *
1995
Inside/Out: Psychological Self-Portraiture, The Aldrich Museum of Art,
Ridgefield, CT *
Face Forward: Contemporary Self-Portraiture, curated by Maureen Sherlock, John Michael Kohler Art Center, Sheboygan, WI *
Costume Drama, Gallery 400, University of Illinois, Chicago, IL
Desiring Authors, Enveloping Myths, curated by Juli Carson, Bernard Toale Gallery, Boston, MA 
Closing In, The Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA *
Looking at Ourselves: The American Portrait, The Hudson River Museum,
Yonkers, NY
3, Schaper Sundberg Galleri, Stockholm, Sweden
The Portrait Now, curated by Elga Wimmer and Berta Sichel, Elga Wimmer Gallery, NYC
The Elusive Figure: works from the Robert J. Shiffler Collection, Dayton
Visual Arts Center, Dayton, OH
This Ends Up, University of Wyoming Art Museum, Laramme, WY
Gang Warfare, curated by Michael Corris, The McKinney Avenue Contemporary, Dallas, TX and The Independent Art Space, London, UK
1994
On-Line, with John Miller and Galerie Philippe Rizzo, Alternative Space, Ghent, Belgium
Sosie, Galerie Herve Mikaeloff, Paris, France *
Yes I Am, No I’m Not, Momenta Art, NYC
I, Myself, Me, The Interart Center, NYC
Mob, Speedway Gallery, Boston, MA
The Large (Broken) Glass, curated by Lauren Wittels, HERE Arts Center, NYC 
1993
Tom Cugliani Gallery, NYC
A/C Project Space, NYC
Object of Desires, Carl Stevens, Frankfurt, Germany
Evidently, Dooley Le Cappellaine, NYC
1992
Writings on the Wall, 303 Gallery, NYC
The Art Mall: A Social Space, The New Museum of Contemporary Art, NYC
E.S.P., Dooley Le Cappellaine, NYC
Travel and Leisure, Four Walls, Brooklyn, NY
Art Since 1992, Alternative Space, Brooklyn, NY
1991
Unlearning, curated by Kenny Schacter, Alternative Space, New York
Rethinking Space (II) Certain Uncertainty, curated by Kenny Schacter and Sandra Gering, The Lobby Gallery,  Deutsche Bank, NYC 
Home for June, Home for Contemporary Theater and Art, NYC
1990
All Quiet on the Western Front, Galerie Antoine Candau, Paris, France *
Work on Paper, Paula Allen Gallery, NYC
Invitational, Stux Gallery, NYC
1989
American Fine Arts Co., NYC
1986
Selections 35, The Drawing Center, NYC (1986-1987)

* Exhibition Catalog

Selected Bibliography

2018
Scharlin, Kerri, In Her Studio, Zingmagazine, issue 25, pp. 114-130
Rivera, Natalie, The Women's Group, Zingmagazine, issue 25, pp. 332-354
Celentano, Carol, Soft Power: Aisha Bell, Sharon Lockhart, Kerri Scharlin, Carolee Schneemann, Anita Seiff, Carol Szymanski & Nicola L., at Elga Wimmer PCC, Whitehot Magazine, January 2018
2014
Rubinstein, Raphael, 21The Miraculous, Paper Monument, pp. 34
2013
Rumore, Nicole, Studio Visit with Kerri ScharlinArt-iculated.com, February 6
2006
Finch, Charlie, Old FriendsArtnet.com, May 5
Kerri ScharlinPainternyc.blogspot.com, May 9
1997
Hapgood, Susan, ReviewArt in America, July, pp. 93 
Greene, David A., Kerri ScharlinFrieze, Summer, issue #35, pp. 91-92
Humphrey, David, New York FaxArt Issues, Summer, pp. 38-39
Rivera, Natalie, Kerri Scharlin: Diary; Wooster GardensZingmagazine, Summer, Issue #4, pp. 258-260
Pokorny, Sydney, ReviewArtforum, May, pp. 110-111
Newhall, Edith, Art for Argument’s SakeNew York, March 24, pp.  83-85
Saltz, Jerry, ReviewTime Out New York, March 20-27, pp. 48
Nelson, Katherine, Shameless Dame Claims FamePrint, January-February,
pp. 58-63
Findsen, Owen, Aronoff Exhibit not Art, but an Art EventThe Cincinnati Enquirer, Sunday, July 13
1996
Bloom, Amy, A Face in the CrowdVogue, December, pp. 293-297
1995
Maxwell, Douglas F., Inside Out: Psychological Self-Portraiture, The Aldrich
Museum of Contemporary Art
, pp. 72-73
Van der Heeg, Erik and Sven-Olov Wallenstein, Multiple Personalities,
Material, No. 25, pp. 10
Birnbaum, Daniel, ReviewArtforum, October, pp. 113
Monji, Mokiko, ProfileOggi, March, pp. 217
McGee, Celia, Portraiture is Back, But, My, It’s ChangedThe New York
Times, Arts & Leisure, January 1, pp. 1, 35
Lind, Maria, Kerri Scharlin at Schaper Sundberg GalleriSvenska Dagbladet, April 29
Birnbaum, Daniel, Kerri Scharlin at Schaper Sundberg Galleri, Dagens
Nyheter, April 28
Herrmanns, Ralph, From Scharlin's Web, 'just because I make myself the subject my work...' Dagens Industri 
1994
Smith, Roberta, Kerri Scharlin at Jose FreireThe New York Times,
December 9, pp. C30
Hess, Elizabeth, Very KerriThe Village Voice, December 6, pp. 87
Ickes, Bob, Advertorials for MyselfNew York, November 28, pp. 24
O’Brien, Glenn, Hot Hype: Glenn O’Brien talks with Kerri ScharlinArtforum, January, pp. 82-85, 115
Ebony, David, ReviewArt in America, January, pp. 106
The New Yorker, December 12
1993
Saltonstall, David, Artistic on the Face of ItThe Daily News, November 4,
pp. 24
Perchuk, Andrew, ReviewArtforum, October, pp. 96
Weil, Benjamin, ReviewPurple Prose, #4, Fall
Fujimori, Manami, ReviewBijutsu Techo, October
Stevenson, Peter, Off the RecordThe New York Observer, August 16
Levin, Kim, Voice ChoiceThe Village Voice, July 6
Penner, Degen, Egos and Ids: The 17 Faces of Kerri.  Or Are They? The New
York Times, July 11
Levin, Kim, ListingsThe Village Voice, July 27
Smith, Roberta, ReviewThe New York Times, June 4
1992
Cottingham, Laura, ReviewThe New York Times, June 4
Weil, Benjamin, ReviewFlash Art, Summer
News, Flash Art News, March/April
Mahoney, Robert, UnlearningArts Magazine, March, v66, #7, pp. 81-82
1991
Levin, Kim, ListingsThe Village Voice, August 20