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BIOGRAPHY

born 1986, Beaumont, TX

lives and works in Houston, TX

 

EDUCATION

MFA - Painting (2014)

The University of Houston, Houston, Texas

 

BFA - Drawing & Painting (2009)

The University of North Texas, Denton, Texas

 

SOLO and TWO-PERSON EXHIBITIONS

2017

Greenhouse, Galveston Art Center, Galveston, TX

 

2016

Texas Contemporary Art Fair, Art Palace Gallery

Simple Taste Is Popular, Art Palace, Houston, TX

12 Nudes, TOMO Mags, Houston, TX

 

2015

A Flower Needs a Garden, Alvin Community College Fine Arts Gallery, Alvin, TX

Blind Arcade, Art Palace, Houston, TX

 

2014

Bradley Kerl, Art Palace, Houston, TX

New Painting :), School of Art Project Gallery, University of Houston, Houston, TX

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2017

Coyote, Jonathan Hopson, Houston, TX (forthcoming)

FUN: Curated works by Benjamin Terry, Kirk Hopper Fine Art, Dallas, TX

The Big Show, Lawndale Art Center, Houston, TX

Art City Austin, Art Palace Gallery

 

2016

HOT & WET, Circuit12 Contemporary, Dallas, TX

Known and Underknown, One Allen Center Gallery, Houston, TX

Dialogue, Rudolph Blume Fine Art/Artscan Gallery, Houston, TX

Art City Austin, Art Palace Gallery

 

2015

Texas Contemporary Art Fair, Art Palace Gallery

 

2014

Summer Salts, Art Palace, Houston, TX

Everything we want it to be… at all times., Rice University Media Center Gallery, Houston, TX

 

2013

Tha Brandon: Group Show, Tha Brandon, Houston, TX

The Big Show, Lawndale Art Center, Houston, TX

 

2012

HOWBOUTNOW: UH Graduate Painting, 4411 Montrose, Houston, TX

 

2011

Dis, Dat, Deez, Doz, Tha Joanna, Houston, TX

 

RESIDENCIES

2018

Villa Lena Foundation, Toiano, Italy

2017

100 W Corsicana, Corsicana, Texas

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

2017

Texas Monthly, Lauren Smith Ford, “10 Texas Artists to Collect Now”

http://www.texasmonthly.com/the-culture/10-texas-artists-collect-now/

 

It’s Nice That, Lucy Bourton, “The idyllic and relatable still-lifes of Bradley Kerl”

http://www.itsnicethat.com/articles/bradley-kerl-art-190117

 

Free Press Houston, Paul Middendorf and Michael McFadden, “2016 Art in Review: Electric    Boogaloo”

http://www.freepresshouston.com/2016-art-in-review-electric-boogaloo/

 

2016

Houston Press, Kelly Klaasmeyer, “The Art of Isabella Court”

http://www.houstonpress.com/arts/the-paintings-at-isabella-court-run-the-gamut-8082498

 

2015

Laura Wellen, “Bradley Kerl: Blind Arcade,” catalogue essay

http://www.bradleykerl.com/blind-arcade-catalog