Visual Artist: Photographer; term
Two-time recipient of Arts Council Silicon Valley’s Fellowship in Photography, Dunlevie is a graduate of Rice University’s Fine Arts Department and studied film at the University of Paris, photography at Madrid’s Taller de Artes Creativas, and painting at California College of the Arts.
Dunlevie’s work has recently been featured in Saatchi Art’s BEST OF 2014 and in the US Art in Embassies program in Moscow. She has exhibited her work at Belgravia Gallery and Vertigo in London, Studio Thomas Kellner in Germany, Gallery TPW in Toronto, as well as at Washington DC’s Art Museum of the Americas, the Southeast Museum of Photography, and Claudette Lussier Fine Arts in Los Angeles. She has had solo shows in conjunction with FotoFest since 2002 at Hooks-Epstein Galleries in Houston.
Dunlevie’s work has also been included in exhibitions throughout the San Francisco Bay Area at San Francisco Camerawork, the Exploratorium, the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, Stanford University, the San Francisco MoMA’s Artists Gallery, the San Jose International Airport, the Marin Museum of Contemporary Art, the De Saisset Museum, the Triton Museum of Art, the Santa Cruz Museum of Art, and Frederick Spratt Gallery.
Her work has been featured in the New York Times, the San Francisco Chronicle, Camerawork – a Journal of Photographic Art, ArtLies, the San Jose Mercury News, and Artweek, as well as internationally in Spain’s La Fotografia Actual, South Korea’s Photo+, England’s Saatchi Online Spotlight, Art of England Magazine, Germany’s Profifoto, and on Myartspace.com.
Additionally, Dunlevie’s work has been the subject of four books: Detectives of Fiction and Women of Mystery, Waverley Press, 2014; Cover Versions, with essays by Gerald Brett and Thomas Leddy, Waverley Press, 2012; Kathryn Dunlevie: Syncopated Spaces, with essays by Cathy Kimball and Geri Hooks, Waverley Press, 2012; and Kathryn Dunlevie: Another Look, with essays by Glen Helfand, Frederick Spratt, and Don Snyder; Waverley Press, 2012.