Carol Massa’s installation will be featured in the gallery space On the Wall. The artist is presenting an installation comprised of large drawings with collage that is inspired by the recent Whitney Museum retrospective of Frank Stella’s work. The artist has created the artwork in the space, and is responding to space through her marks.
Carol Massa, b. 1945 in Brooklyn, studied art at Miami Dade College, receiving scholarships for drawing and printmaking, later transitioning to painting. Massa has exhibited widely throughout the United States. Solo exhibition highlights include shows at A.I.R. Gallery in New York (1993), ArtHaus in San Francisco (2007, 1998), Jagendor/Bacchi Gallery in New York (1990, 1989), On the Wall Gallery in New York (1989), and Gallery Z in New York (1988). Group exhibition highlights include shows at Casey and Associates Art Advisors in San Francisco (2015), ArtHaus Gallery in San Francisco (2015, 2009, 2001, 2000, 1999), Barbara Ann Levy in New York, and Hello Gallery in New York (1989). Her work is held in numerous public collections, including CBS Network in Brooklyn, NBC Network in New York, Davis Productions in New York, Plaid Brothers in New York, Bellevue Hospital in New York, and Theatrical Television Motion Pictures in Los Angeles. Massa has been the recipient of awards and fellowships, including the Adolph & Esther Gottlieb Foundation grant. Massa currently lives in New York City where she continues to create work.