We are happy to announce that Kate Teale will be returning to Paris this coming summer to teach Explorations in Drawing, as part of our Summer Intensive Studies. If you want to see the great work her students completed last summer in Paris, take a look at their class blog.
Kate was born in England. She received her B.A. at Oxford University; her Painting Diploma at City and Guilds of London Art School and her MFA at C.U.N.Y. Hunter College. Kate’s first solo show in New York City was at Spring Gallery in SoHo in 1996. Recent exhibitions include: a solo show at Studio10, Bushwick and group shows at Gallery Ho, Monya Rowe Gallery and Jim Kempner Gallery in Chelsea NYC; and in Brooklyn at Sideshow, Schema Projects and Bushwick Basel with Valentine Gallery. She has an upcoming solo show at Richmond Center for the Arts, Michigan in 2014. Her work can be seen at Pierogi Gallery flat files, Brooklyn. In 1992, Kate received a prestigious Winston Churchill Fellowship to study the teaching of drawing in the US, from which she developed a lecture series in the UK. That was the first time she visited Parsons The New School for Design where she now teaches drawing. She has also taught at Yale (Graduate drawing, School of Architecture), Pratt Institute, Hunter College, and elsewhere. Kate was a New York Foundation of the Arts Fellow in Painting 2008. Kate has written feature articles for the UK art magazine Contemporary Art. She is founder/director of Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City and has curated 12 shows at the space.