Two images from Carolyn Campbell’s Hollywood Boulevard series are included in “Hollywood & Fine”, a presentation of contemporary and historical fine art focused on Hollywood in all its ramifications. The Venice Institute of Contemporary Art (ViCA) partnered with A.G. Geiger Fine Art Books and opened a new Gallery located at 502 Chung King Road Los Angeles, CA 90012 to present “Hollywood & Fine”. The exhibiton is on view April 8 through May 20, 2017

Curator Juri Koll stated, “This show intends to place Hollywood in the spotlight as an important way of seeing the world -from the glitz, to the glamour, to the gutter, from the personalities to the pipe dreams, from stardom to stardust. We are presenting artists in the pantheon of well-known artists such as Edmund Teske and Andy Warhol’s legacy through his screens printed by Louie Waldon. We’re proud to be able to bring the show to the new space we’ve built at A.G. Geiger, in partnership with Michael Delgado and to present a catalog for the show.”

The show presents the following artists: Matt Aston, Jodi Bonassi, Carolyn M. Campbell, Chelsea Cody, Michael Delgado, Lisa Derrick, Corey Deshon, Sam Erenberg, Simone Gad, Tanner Goldbeck, Eva Hassmann, Juri Koll, Reginald Van Langenhove, Ofer, Mei Xian Qiu, Phil Santos, Elena Mary Siff, Sandy Shimooka, Mike Street, Stephanie Sydney, Edmund Teske, Louie Waldon/Andy Warhol.

2017 Women’s March Exhibition

On March 8, in celebration of International Women’s Day, two images were selected from my series, “2017 Women’s March, Los Angeles” for inclusion in the LENSCRATCH exhibition; scroll down in the link to Part Five. Thank you, Aline Smithson. LENSCRATCH


Honored to have my Gallery Tally image published in Macmillan’s “Gender / Nature” Interdisciplinary Handbook. Mary Kosut, Purchase College, State University of New York, Associate Professor of Sociology, Media, Society and the Arts and Gender Studies selected my work for her chapter on Nature in the Museum and the sub section, Getting into the Museum: Underrepresentation and Feminist Activism. Great description of Micol Hebron’s groundbreaking project (excerpts), “Its international success is a testament to grassroots activism and social networking and the scope and obdurate nature of sexism and racism in the arts.”… “Feminist collectives and activist art projects such as the Guerilla Girls and the Gallery Tally Project continue to challenge male dominance, white privilege, and other forms of exclusion and segregation in the arts”

My deepest thanks to Micol Hebron for inviting me to participate in the Gallery Tally Project.


Los Angeles-based artist Kim Schoenstadt began with a simple idea: Bring together a group of female artists from around Los Angeles for a group portrait — a way of recognizing the presence of women in a field that remains dominated by men. For her tribute, Schoenstadt says she was interested in acknowledging the countless female painters, sculptors, photographers and conceptualists who create work — whether it is acknowledged by art world institutions or not.  More than 700 artists gathered  in Hauser Wirth & Schimmel’s courtyard, in the downtown L.A. Arts District, for a group photo. “Now Be Here” — which included local artists, gallerists and curators was co-organized by Hauser Wirth & Schimmel’s Head of Education, Aandrea Stang. ‘Glad to have been a participant.

Hauser Wirth & Schimmel plans to release a digital copy of the group photograph on its website and by request. Schoenstadt will eventually provide local museums with archival copies of the image. There’s also a Facebook group to gather other group photos of artists; and Schoenstadt created a web page to serve as a “research portal” with photographs and documents from the event. Press: ,

The two group photographs were shot by artists Isabel Avila and Carrie Yury

Four person photo: (l to r) sculptor Karolina Maszkiewicz; photographers Loretta Ayeroff and Carolyn Campbell, along with sculptor Sierra Pecheur

City Secrets Paris

Carolyn Campbell contributed an essay on the sculptors and architects who designed the remarkable tombs in the famed Père Lachaise Cemetery as part of City Secrets Paris by Fang Duff Kahn Publishers. This popular book brings together the recommendations of artists, writers, historians, architects, chefs, and other experts whose passionate opinions and highly informed perspectives illuminate well-known sites as well as overlooked treasures. These expert travel companions share their favorite little-known places and activities, including restaurants, cafés, art, architecture, shops, outdoor markets, strolls, day-trips, and all manner of cultural and historic landmarks. Clothbound, elegant, and pocket-sized,City Secrets Paris features a subtle, non-guidebook design and detailed maps. Available on Amazon for $19.95  Reviews: Pauline Adamek, Sarah SpitzLARB.

City Secrets Paris book

An enthusiastic group of about 90 people traveled to Paris through the words of authors Carolyn Campbell, Lea Endres and George Stoll who read their essays describing some of their favorite places in Paris published in the Fang Duff Kahn book, “City Secrets Paris: The Essential Insider’s Guide”. A special thanks to those who helped make the evening possible: Antonia Rigaud and Adelaide Barbier, Cultural Attachees in the French Consulate Los Angeles; Nayiri Partamian and Michele Druon, Alliance Française of Pasadena and Jennifer Ramos and Jeremy Radin at Vroman’s Books in Pasadena. And last but not least Fiona and Robert Kahn.

Kevin MacDonald: The Tension of a Suspended Moment

Photo portrait of the late artist Kevin MacDonald by Carolyn Campbell has been published in the catalogue for the exhibition, “Kevin MacDonald The Tension of a Suspended Moment”. The retrospective exhibition was on view April 2 – May 29, 2016 at the American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center in Washington, D.C. The catalogue is available for $12 postpaid in the U.S. Kevin MacDonald_ photo by Carolyn Campbell02 Kevin MacDonald portrait sm

Artists, ART & Story: Southern California

Photo and original story by Carolyn Campbell were included in the anthology, “Artists, ART & Story: Southern California” coordinated by Karrie Ross with a Foreword by Hilarie Kelly. Original artworks and stories by Southern California artists. Number four in the series, “Our Ever Changing World: Through the Eyes of Artists.” Available now on Amazon for only $11.

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(En)Gendered (In)Equity: The Gallery Tally Poster Project – international traveling exhibition

Carolyn Campbell was invited to submit four works, which were exhibited in the galleries noted below.  Gallery Tally is a crowd-sourced, social engagement art project organized by Micol Hebron in which artists from around the world have joined the effort to collect and visualize statistical data regarding ratios of male and female artists in top contemporary art galleries. Artists were invited to make one posters for each gallery, in whatever style or medium they chose. Starting with galleries in Los Angeles, the second phase of the project  focused on galleries in New York and has now expanded to include Paris, Berlin, London, Chicago, Santa Fe, Portland, Pittsburg, and other cities.

Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Hollywood, CA , March 10 – April 17, 2016 Opening reception March 9, 7-10pm. Press: Diversions LA,  Artillery,  LACE.


Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Dec. 10, 2015 –Jan. 10th, 2016

Matucana 100, Santiago, Chile, Nov. 3 – 25th, 2015  Press

New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe, NM, Sept. – Dec., 2015  Press – Press

Woman Made Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, May 15 – June 25, 2015 Press

ForYourArt on Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA, March – May, 2014 Press

For Your Art “#PictureThis#8: Micol Hebron and Carolyn Campbell” June 14, 2014

Stage Raw, “To Be Equal, Not A Sequel” by Pauline Adamek, April 20, 2014

KCET Artbound, “Galleries Are Man’s World, and Micol Hebron is Keeping Score”, by Carolina Miranda, April 3, 2014

Hyperallergic, “Tallying Art World Inequality One Gallery At a Time”, by Jillian Steinhauer, March 27, 2014:

Artillery Magazine (cover story), “Super Inequality: Micol Hebron challenges the gender ratio” by Carol Cheh, January/February 2014:

XX Redux: Revisiting a Feminist Collective, Guggenheim Gallery, Chapman University, Orange, CA, 2014 Press

Área: Lugar de Projectos, Caguas, Puerto Rico, December 2014 Press


Corcoran Gallery of Art Public Memorial

Corcoran Gallery of Art Public Memorial Service, Washington, D.C. Sept. 27, 2014. Co-organized by Carolyn Campbell Press, Press

Pratt Manhattan Center Gallery

Pratt Manhattan Center Gallery, New York – Tracking, Tracing, Marking, Pacing   – Image for Robert Longo section

Photo by Carolyn Campbell of Bill T. Jones and Arnie Zane from Robert Longo’s “Sound Distance of a Good Man.”