San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Artistts Gallery
California College of the Arts
University of Paris
About Kathryn Dunlevie
Kathryn Dunlevie is a photography-based artist whose work has been exhibited throughout the U.S. and internationally. Cathy Kimball, former Executive Director of the San Jose ICA, writes of Dunlevie’s work: “Through brilliant compositional detail and manipulation, she creates disconcerting, inexplicable spaces and scenarios.”
Born in Atlanta, Dunlevie lived in six different states by the time she was 12, and in Paraguay when she was 16. She has a B.A. in fine arts from Rice University and studied art history and film at the University of Paris, painting at California College of the Arts, and photography in Madrid. She lives in Palo Alto.
Dunlevie has received two Arts Council Silicon Valley Fellowships. Her work has been exhibited at FotoFest since 2002, at the Pingyao International, at Studio Thomas Kellner in Germany, in the US "Art in Embassies" program in Moscow, at Gallery TPW in Toronto, at SF Camerawork, at Stanford University and at the San Jose ICA.
Her work has been reviewed in Spain’s La Fotografia Actual, Korea’s photo +, Germany’s Profifoto, and England’s Saatchi Online Spotlight, as well as in The New York Times, Camerawork: A Journal of Photographic Arts, Photo Metro, Artweek, Artlies, and AestheticsToday.blogs.