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The Lamplighter (Solo Exhibition) - Forthcoming, March 2018
Whitespace Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia

Uncommon Territory (Group Exhibtion) - November 2017
Montgmery Museum of Art, Montgomery, Alabama
*Curated by Jennifer Jankouskas

A Certain Slant Of Light (Group Exhibition) - Nov-Dec 2017
Fine Arts Gallery, Normandale Community College, Bloomington, Minnesota
Curated by Shona Macdonald and Bill Conger
Participating Artists:  Bill CongerNatalie JacobsonShona MacdonaldMelissa RandallDawn RoePete SchulteBuzz Spector, and Dustin Young.

Life's Rich Pageant (Group Exhibtion) - October-November 2017
Jeff Bailey Gallery, Hudson, New York

Participating Artists: Black Lake / Jesse Bransford / Julie Evans / Danny Ferrell / Louis Fratino / Chris Freeman / Chie Fueki / Jim Gaylord / Brenda Goodman / Elliott Green / Lonnie Holley / EE Ikeler / Cindy Ji Hye Kim / Haley Josephs / Seth Koen / Wayne Koestenbaum / Cotter Luppi / Martin McMurray / Benny Merris / Andy Mister / Bob Mizer / Donna Moylan / Ruby Palmer / David Pappaceno / Amy Pleasant / Jim Richard / Alyse Ronayne / Alexander Ross / Pete Schulte / Jered Sprecher / Marc Swanson / Don Voisine / Evan Whale

2017 Southern Art Prize State Fellowship Award Winner - Alabama

          Burnaway Profile of 2017 Southern Art Prize State Fellows

A Letter Edged In Black 6: We're Finally On Our Own (Solo Exhibition) - April 2017
Woskob Family Gallery, Penn State University, State College, Pennsylvania

Graphite Vision (Group Exhibtion) - March 2017
Schick Art Gallery, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, New York
*Curated by Paul Sattler

Participating Artists: Sandra Allen, Robert Bauer, Bret Bigbee, Matt Bollinger, Jessica Drenk, Renee French, Karel Havlicek, Daniel Healy, Hipkiss, Anne Lindberg, M'onma, Catherine Murphy, Pete Schulte, Joseph Yoakum.


A Certain Slant Of Light (Group Exhibition) - Jan-Feb, 2017
Riverside Arts Center, Riverside, Illinois
Curated by Shona Macdonald and Bill Conger
Participating Artists:  Bill CongerNatalie JacobsonShona MacdonaldMelissa RandallDawn RoePete SchulteBuzz Spector, and Dustin Young.

Fiction (With Only Daylight Between Us) V.2 (Group Exhibition)
An International Curatorial Project by Jeffrey Cortland Jones

The exhibition will travel to the following venues:

Angelika Studios, High Wycombe, United Kigndom - December 2016
Boecker Contemporary, Heidelberg, Germany - October 2016
Corridor Projects, Dayton, Ohio - September 2016

A Letter Edged In Black 5: The Black Object (Solo Exhibtion) - October 2016
Biggin Gallery, Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama

No More Snake Oil Blues (Solo Exhibtion) - September 2016
Jeff Bailey Gallery, Hudson, New York

*No More Snake Oil Blues: Installation View Jeff Bailey Gallery

The Black & White Project (Group Exhibtion) - August 2016
Transmitter Gallery, Brooklyn New York

Innefable Domains (Group Exhibtion)
Zeitgeist Gallery, Nashville Tennessee
July 2 - 30, 2016

*As Within / So Without: Installation View Zeitgeist Gallery, Nashville

Abstraction Today (Group Exhibition)
The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, Atlanta
May 6 - July 2, 2016

Burnaway: Donna Mintz Reviews Abstraction Today
ArtsAtl: Jerry Cullum Reviews Abstraction Today

*Dark Day (Revelator 2) | 2016 : Abstraction Today, MOCA-GA, Altanta

A Letter Edged in Black 4: No Quarter
Mild Climate (Formerly known as The Packing Plant), Nashville

Opening: April 2,  6-10pm during the First Saturday Art Crawl in Wedgewood/Houston 

A Letter Edged In Black 4: No Quarter is the conclusion of a two-part Nashville Suite of installations that commenced with A Letter Edged In Black 3: Expulsion at 5 Rooms last fall. Comprised of works on paper, objects, a wall drawing, and a sound piece (with music composed and performed by Brad Davis and Andrew Raffo Dewar), the installation at The Packing Plant utilizes the language of abstraction as a carrier of meaning and means by which to explore and speak to facets of the culture within which it is entrenched. Specifically, Nashville, and its position as purveyor (judge, jury, arbiter) of a certain form of musical culture will serve as a metaphor for 'The Garden', whose machinations regularly subjugate the creative spirit to acts of denigration, defeat, expulsion, and endurance.

*A Letter Edged In Black 4: No Quarter: Installation View 

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The Franklin, Chicago, Illinois: October 3 - 31, 2015
Lovey Town, Madison, Wisconsin: November 1 - December 31, 2015

Participating Artists: Will Crump (NYC), Leeza Meksin (NYC), Bernadette Witzack (Madison), Amy Boone-McCreesh (Baltimore), Adrienne Herman (Kansas City), John Parot (Los Angeles), Ethel Shipton (San Antonio), Amy Pleasant (Birmingham), Pete Schulte (Tuscaloosa/Birmingham), Leigh Anne Lester (San Antonio), Edra Soto (Chicago), Dan Sullivan (Chicago)


Immerundimmer | 2015
Installation in Progress at Lovey Town

Coupling | Amy Pleasant/Pete Schulte
Mason-Scharfenstein Museum of Art

Demorest, Georgia
August 24 - October 8

World Sculpture News Reviews Build A Fire at Whitespace.pdf

Soft Eyes 

Whitespace Gallery, Atlanta
August 7 - September 18, 2015

Soft Eyes: To absorb and experience in toto – a point of focus, context and the interstitial spaces that sew them together.  To parse the essence of and to reveal in fragments or in aggregate, an object, a vision, an experience – distilled, refined and resolved.  This exhibition presents the work of a cross-generational group of artists working in various disciplines and modes of representation. The tie that binds: Soft Eyes.

Participating Artists: Douglas DeggesJohn DilgHamlett DobbinsKaty FischerJulia FishTravis Head,  Scott IngramAndy Moon WilsonAmy PleasantLeah RaintreeRichard Rezac

Curated by Pete Schulte

Opening Reception: Friday, August 7th 2015
Gallery talk with participating artists: Saturday, August 8th, 2015

Katy Fischer, Fragments (Detail) 2013, Dimensions Variable, Glazed Porcelain and Stoneware Ceramics
From the exhibition Soft Eyes, August 7 - September 18, Whitespace Gallery, Atlanta

Bad At Sports: Eric Asboe reviews Soft Eyes at Whitespace 
ArtsAtl: Maggie Davis reviews Soft Eyes at Whitespace

5 ROOMS
August 15-30th

Opening reception August 15
6-8pm 509 3rd Ave. S, Nashville, TN

Participating Artists: Joshua Bienko, The Quilters of Gees Bend, Virginia Griswold, Bryce Mcloud/Isle of Printing, and Pete Schulte, 5 Rooms is a pop-up exhibition organized by Karen Seapker and Vadis Turner. For this exhibition, four artists and one collective have each been invited to take over a room as they wish in a raw space in downtown Nashville. The exhibition spans a wide variety of media consisting of but not limited to painting, sculpture, textiles, social practice, and ceramics. Bringing together artists from Nashville and Knoxville, TN and Tuscaloosa and Gee’s Bend, Alabama- this exhibition builds upon the artistic social network unique to artists living in the South. 

Comprised of works on paper, objects and a wall drawing, my installation, A Letter Edged In Black 3: Expulsion, is the first of two related installations to be presented in Nashville this fall. A Letter Edged In Black 4: The Belletrist opens at The Packing Plant on Saturday, November 7. 

The Tennesean: Sarah Estes Previews 5 Rooms, Nashville

June 2015 | Artist in Residence at Yaddo 

Build A Fire | Solo Exhibiton at Whitespace Gallery, Atlanta

February 19 - March 28th

*ArtsATL reviews Build A Fire

*Burnaway reviews Build A Fire

South of No NorthEast of No West, curated by Brian Edmonds, Lowe Mill, Huntsville, AL, January 7, 2014-February 28, 2014, with an opening reception on January 9th, 6-8

Noir/Blanc | November 22 - March, 2015 
Look&Listen Gallery, Saint Chamas, France
Featuring the work of: Alain Biltereyst , Armelle De Sainte Marie, Amy Feldman, Andrew Seto, Bertrand derel, Brian Cypher, Corrine Laroche, David Rhodes, Didier Petit, Espen Erichsen, Gabriele herzog, Jan van der Poleg, Jeremie Chabaud, Karl Bielik, Laura Charlton, Michael Voss, Nelio, Peter Shear, Paul Pagk, Pete Schulte, Richard Van Der Aa, Rieko koga, Rob de Oude, Rene korten, Tobias Wenzel, Tilman.

John Dilg: Paintings / Pete Schulte: Drawings
Jeff Bailey Gallery, Hudson, New York
October 25 - December 14, 2014

August 2014

The Fuel and Lumber Company Presents: New Work by Amy Pleasant and Pete Schulte
The Fuel and Lumber Company was founded in the summer of 2013 by Amy Pleasant and Pete Schulte to facilitate a variety of exhibitions and related events.  This brief exhibition of new work is our way of introducing ourselves and inaugurating this project. 

August 22-24, 12-6 pm and by appointment through September 6

May 2014

Soft Eyes: An exhibition for Curating Contempory  
Featuring the work of: Katy Fischer, John Dilg, Richard Rezac, Travis Head, Leah Raintree, Andy Moon Wilson, Douglas Degges, Julia Fish, Scott Ingram, Hamlett Dobbins, Amy Pleasant.

Assembled by Pete Schulte

*Image: John Dilg, (of the) Forest Green, 2004

Art In America: Carol Diehl reviews Pardon Up Here

Feburary 2014

Burnaway: Rachel Reese reviews Between Moth And Flame 

ArtsAtl:  Donna Mintz reviews Between Moth And Flame 

ArtPapers Auction, Atlanta

January 2014

The Simplest Means
Group exhibition at Jeff Bailey Gallery, New York

New York Times: Ken Johnson reviews Simplest Means

Frieze Magazine:  Jennifer Kabat reviews Simplest Means

Between Moth and Flame
Solo exhibition at whitespace gallery/whitespec project space, Atlanta, Georgia

Opening January 10th


BurnAway names A Letter Edged In Black one of the best shows of 2013

Prairie Smoke (solo exhibition & lecture)
Knox College, Galesburg, Illinois

October 2013
Texas Contemporary Art Fair with Beta Pictoris Gallery

Folioleaf Featured Artist

Fall 2013
TENWORDSANDONESHOT: Featured Artist

Fall 2013
(con)TEXT – Group Exhibition
Sharon Arts Center, Peterborough, New Hampshire

Curated by Tim Donovan - Launch F18 Gallery, New York

Summer 2013
PULP: Works On/Of Paper
Beta Pictoris Gallery, Birmingham, Alabama 

May 2013
Painting Painting, Group Show at ArtPadSF
Square Cylinder Review

February 2013
A Letter Edged In Black
The Visual Arts Gallery, University of Alabama at Birmingham



Interview on Contemporary Drawing Salon

December 2012
Pardon Up Here
Luise Ross Gallery, New York, New York