Shelton Walker
Education:
2011 MFA, Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow
2006 BFA, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn

Residencies:
2013 Artist in Residence, Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, Omaha

Exhibitions:
2012
What I know Is, Glasgow International Festival of Art, Glasgow

Packing and Mourning, Glasgow International Festival of Art, Glasgow

Chalet Prize, Glasgow

2011
Split, Sommer & Kohl, Berlin

Contemporary Glasgow Artists, Collins Gallery, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow

2010
Space Made Live, Glasgow Arthouse, curated by Small Media Large, Glasgow

Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art, Atypical Root, Glasgow

Tapestries: A New Interpretation, The Burrell Collection, Glasgow

Streetlands Festival of Art, Glasgow

Drift, The Chalet, Glasgow

2009
Windows Brooklyn, curated arts festival, Brooklyn, New York

park step trace, Fort Greene Park, Brooklyn, New York

2008
New Life Berlin, Berlin

2007
Sweet Art New York Benefit Auction and Sale, Christie’s, New York

Red Saw Invitational, Red Saw Gallery, Newark NJ

Bibliography:
Murray, Lis. “What I Know Is…”, Glasgow Podcart. May 2, 2012.

BBC Radio: The Culture Café, “The Turner Prize and Glasgow”. a panel discussion with Martin Boyce and author Sarah Lowndes on Tuesday Nov. 8, 2011 concerning the Glasgow art scene and the Turner Prize.

Mansfield, Susan. “Visual art reviews: Glasgow School of Art Degree Show 2011 and MFA Degree Show 2011.” The Scotsman. June 15, 2010.

Innes, Kirstin. “Strange Twists of Artistry: Innes visits a selection of Glasgow Festival of Visual Art events.” The Herald. April 23, 2010.

Sternberg, Sarah. “Windows Brooklyn: A Mutually Beneficial Marriage of Art and Commerce.” FlavorPill.com. June 4, 2009.

(Authored) “Of the Tradition: Making Public Art Today,” introduction essay for In The Park, published by Glasgow School of Art and The House for an Art Lover . 2011.

(Authored) “Changing Climate, Changing Colors: 24 Contemporary Muslim Artists” curatorial essay for exhibition catalogue, Henry Street Settlement / Abrons Art Center, New York. 2007.