Email: calder.yates@gmail.com

Born: Las Cruces, New Mexico

Hometown: Jacksonville, Florida

 

Education

2014     

MA, Visual and Critical Studies, California College of the Arts, San Francisco

MFA, Studio Art, California College of the Arts, San Francisco

2007    

BA, Art, New College of Florida: The Honors College, Sarasota, FL

At Publix during Hurricane Matthew, 2016

At Publix during Hurricane Matthew, 2016

Essays

2017    

“Op Ed: Has Your Art Done Enough?” Artillery, March/April 2017

2016    

“Breaking Point: Accessibility and The Cummer Museum,” Art Practical, Issue 8.1: Art+Citizenship, November 2016

“Coda,” in Bill Bolling and Bill Yates, eds. Sweetheart Roller Skating Rink, Fall Line Press, 2016 (Atlanta).

“Controversy at Cummer Could Have Ripple Effects.” Florida Times Union, August 30, 2016 

2015    

“Contradictory Compassion: Pain and Punishment in Early First Aid Demonstrations” in Eric Olson ed., Sightlines: Visual and Critical Studies Reader, California College of the Arts, 2015 (San Francisco).

 

Reviews

2017    

“Alejandro G. Iñárritu: CARNE y ARENA,” Artillery, July 2017

“Broken Language at Shulamit Nazarian,” Artillery, June 2017

“Top Five Buddy Cop Films at Steve Turner Contemporary,” April 2017

“Thomas Houseago at Gagosian Gallery,” Artillery, March 7

“Jimmie Durham: At the Center of the World at The Hammer Museum,” Daily Serving, February 28

“Mickalene Thomas at MOCA Los Angeles,” Artillery, January 10

“Central Park: All the Best,” Artillery, February 22

2016    

“Night Gallery: Cara Benedetto and Christine Wang,” Artillery, November 3 “Flavr Savr* at The Pit,” Daily Serving, May 17

“Carmen Argote: Mansión Magnolia at Shulamit Nazarian” Daily Serving, May 12

“Kasper Bosmans: Motif (Oil and Silver) at Marc Foxx,” Daily Serving, May 3

“Alice Könitz: Commonwealth at Commonwealth & Council,” Daily Serving, April 4

“Revolution in the Making: Abstract Sculpture by Women, 1947-2016, at Hauser Wirth & Schimmel,” Daily Serving, March 22

“Kota Ezawa: Gardner Museum Revisited at Christopher Grimes Gallery,” Daily Serving, February 10

“New Objectivity: Modern German Art in the Weimar Republic, 1919-1930, at LACMA,” Daily Serving, January 12

2015    

“Noah Davis: Imitation of Wealth at MOCA Storefront,” Art Practical December 16

Random International: Rain Room at LACMA,” Daily Serving, November 30

“Michael Waugh: Boom at Von Lintel Gallery,” Daily Serving, October 15

“Noah Davis: Imitation of Wealth at MOCA Storefront,” Daily Serving, September 15

“HA! HA! BUSINESS! at Luis De Jesus,” Daily Serving, July 27

2013    

“Reviews: Stairwells’s Field Trip #3,” SFMOMA Open Space, April 24

 

Interviews

2017    

“Odd Jobs: Amir H. Fallah,” Daily Serving, April 3

“Odd Jobs: Conor Fields,” Daily Serving, March 6

“Odd Jobs: Jade Gordon/My Barbarian,” Daily Serving, February 6

“Odd Jobs: Mary Reid Kelley,” Daily Serving, January 23

“Odd Jobs: Danielle Dean,” Daily Serving, January 2

2016    

“Odd Jobs: Charles Gaines,” Daily Serving, December 12

“Odd Jobs: Kalup Linzy,” Daily Serving, November 14

“Odd Jobs: Jibz Cameron/Dynasty Handbag,” Daily Serving, October 3

 

Curatorial Projects

2015    

Seven Rivers, Mayo Clinic Davis Gallery, October 2015 – February 2016

Just Breathe, Mayo Clinic Davis Gallery, August – October 2015

2014    

Still In Wild Water, Mayo Clinic Davis Gallery, April – July 2013

2013    

About Face: Identity and Medical Humanities, Mayo Clinic Davis Gallery, October 2014 – March 2015

 

Public Presentations

2016    

Mayo Clinic Humanities in Medicine Symposium – “Representations of Pain in Medical Visual Culture” 

2014    

California College of the Arts 2014 Visual and Critical Studies Symposium “Contradictory Compassion: Pain and Punishment in Early First Aid Demonstrations”

 

Solo Exhibitions            

2012    

Corpus Curare, Recology, San Francisco, CA

2012    

Skeleton, PLAySPACE Gallery, San Francisco, CA

2008    

The Administrative State, Betty Iserman Gallery, Sarasota, FL

 

Group Exhibitions

2014     KCHUNG Radio, Public Engagement Artist-in-residence, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA

2012     Point Of No Return, Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA

2012     House Show, Stairwells, Oakland, CA

2012     John Baldessari: Class Assignments (Optional), Wattis Institute For Contemporary Arts, San Francisco, CA        

2011     Wherehoused?, PLAySPACE Gallery, San Francisco, CA

2008     Very Unhelpful, Errant Garrison Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2007     Whole Parts, MackB Projects, Sarasota, FL

2007     FLOOD, Public Art Installation, Sarasota, FL

2006     Douglas Anderson School of the Arts: 25 Years, Jacksonville, FL

 

Residencies

2012     Recology Artist in Residence, San Francisco, CA

2010     Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT        

2010     APAC Artist in Residence, Jacksonville, FL           

 

Close Calls

2014     Finalist: Dedalus MFA Fellowship

2013     Finalist: Barclay Simpson Award

2013     Finalist: The Headlands Center for the Arts Graduate Fellowship