Jill Galarneau


Jill Galarneau

Born 1978 Minneapolis, MN. Lives and works in Brooklyn



2006                 M.F.A. Painting, Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, MI

2001                 B.F.A. Printmaking, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI


Solo Exhibitions

2009                 got my lock and key to go where

                        W/ Project Space, New York, NY

2007                 only the past existed soon enough

                        Reynolds Gallery, Richmond, VA

Group Exhibitions


2014                 Contemporaries

                        Ernest Newman Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2014                 WHIT Gallery Project

                        Onishi Pop Up Gallery, New York, NY

2014                 Here to There – Ear to Ear

                        Butter Projects, Royal Oak, MI

2014                 Shrink It, Pink It

                        Cathouse Funeral, Brooklyn, NY

2012                 Watercolors

                        Phillips de Pury, New York, NY

2011                 Cabinet

                        The Anton Art Center, Mount Clemens, MI  

2009                 Small is the New Big

                        Rush Arts Gallery at Scope, New York, NY

2005                 Summer Show Proposal Show

                        Capsule Gallery, New York, NY

2003                 Seeing Red

                        Arena Gallery, New York, NY

2003                 Unframed First Look

                        Lehmann Maupin Gallery, New York, NY



2006-2007          Virginia Commonwealth University/Plant Zero

                        Richmond, VA

2005                 Ora Lerman Trust

                        Wyalusing, PA

2004                 Vermont Studio Center

                        Johnson, VT



2014                 Bad at Sports website

                        “Far From Winter”  March 19, 2014

2013                 Best of All Worlds

Studio Visit with Irena Jurek

2007                 Zero Hour, WRIR Richmond Public Radio

                        interview with Tim Bowring