Garry Noland

Garry Noland was born in Rapid City, South Dakota, and lives in Independence, Missouri. Noland has worked in Kansas City and Los Angeles since 1978, when he received a BA in art history from University of Missouri–Kansas City. Noland has been the recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts/Mid-America Arts Alliance Fellowship in Works on Paper/Painting, a Studios Inc. Residency Fellowship, and a Charlotte Street Visual Artists Fellowship. Selected solo exhibits have been at Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, Cleve Carney Museum of Art, and Kiosk Gallery in Kansas City. Selected group exhibits have been at John Michael Kohler Art Center, California State University–Dominguez Hills and Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art. Future projects include a two-person show with Laura Nugent at Northwest Missouri State University and an installation project for Key Loop, National Building Arts Center, in Sauget, Illinois. Since 2020 Noland has operated Holsum Gallery, an artist-run space, in Kansas City, Missouri.  


The Space Between Things

INTRODUCTION Collage is all about depth, I remember reading, though I can’t remember where. Although the collage is conventionally characterized by its flatness, the hallmark of a collage should be, […]

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