1984 Born, Smyrna, GA
Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY
B.S., New York University, New York, NY
Sailboat, JTT, New York, NY
Jon Boat, Kayne Griffin Corcoran, Los Angeles, CA
The Obelisk and Dome, Carl Kostyál, London, UK
Menhirs, Rodolphe Janssen, Brussels, BE
Flood, Pioneer Works, New York, NY (cat.)
Hamlet's Mill, Ribordy Contemporary, Geneva, CH
Ishtar, Venus Over Manhattan, New York, NY
The Gate, Karma, New York, NY
Cave, JTT, New York, NY
Basin, Charlie Horse, Brooklyn, NY
SELECT GROUP EXHIBITIONS
Lightness, White Rainbow, London, GB
6s and 7s, Marlborough Gallery, New York, NY
All Means Are Sacred, M Woods, Beijing, CN
The 5th of July, Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta, GA
Object Painting — Painting Object, Jonathan Viner, London, UK
M Woods Collection Exhibition, M Woods, Beijing, CN
Earth Jerks, White Flag Projects, Saint Louis, MO
Over & Under, Sikkema Jenkins & Co, New York, NY
Judo, Clifton Benevento, New York, NY. Organized by Zak Kitnick
The Unwinding: Charles Harlan, Michael E. Smith, Virginia Overton, Lewis Baltz, Cookie Butcher, Antwerp, BE. Curated by Philippe Piessens
Melvin Edward Nelson and Charles Harlan, Adams and Ollman, Portland, OR
Another, Once Again, Many Times More, Martos Gallery, East Marion, NY. In four parts curated by Walead Beshty and Kelley Walker; Carol Bove; Ryan Foerster; Bob Nickas and Virginia Overton
To do as one would, David Zwirner, New York, NY. Organized by Mary Mitsch, Martha Moldovan, and Poppy Pulitzer
Ice Fishing, Max Wigram Gallery, London, UK. Curated by Darren Flook
Home Again, Again II, The Journal Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Garage Show, next door to JTT and Rachel Uffner Gallery, New York, NY
LAT. 41° 7' N., LONG. 72° 19' W, Martos Gallery, East Marion, NY. Organized by Bob Nickas
do it (outside), Socrates Sculpture Park, Long Island City, NY. Curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist
Aaron Aujla, John Pittman, Charles Harlan, Martos Gallery, New York, NY
Peekskill Project, Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Peekskill, NY
EAF 12, Socrates Sculpture Park, Queens, NY
Partially Buried, JTT, New York, NY
Harlan, Laracuente, Lichty / Earth, New Capital, Chicago, IL
Tailgates and Substitutes, Thierry Goldberg, New York, NY
The Color of Company, Abrons Art Center, New York, NY. Curated by David Everitt Howe
The Medicine Bag, Maccarone, New York, NY. Curated by Ellen Langan and Jasmin Tsou
The Every Other Day, Ideo Box Gallery, Miami, FL. Curated by Donald Johnson-Montenegro
Short-Term Deviation, Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, New York, NY
Bildungsroman, Allan Nederpelt, Brooklyn, NY. Curated by Cat Kron and Stephanie Harris
Cleopatra’s Trade Secrets, John Connelly Presents, New York, NY. Curated by Cleopatra’s
Forms of Melancholy, Sego Art Center, Provo, UT. Curated by Chris Coy
Doll House, Cleopatra’s, Brooklyn, NY
Nightshift, White Box Gallery, New York, NY
Re-Surfacing, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
Three Rooms with Art in Them, ATM Gallery, New York, NY. Curated by Carol Bove
Emerging Artists’ Fellowship, Socrates Sculpture Park, Queens, NY
Greenberger, Alex. Charles Harlan Is Now Represented by Kayne Griffin Corcoran. Artnews. October 19.
Reviews: Charles Harlan. The New Yorker. June 5 & 12.
Wilson, Michael. Reviews: Charles Harlan, “Sailboat.” Time Out New York. May 17.
Tarmy, James. Investing in Art? Here Are 10 Young Artists to Watch in 2017. Bloomberg News. December 16.
Charles Harlan: The Obelisk and the Dome. Time Out. August.
Flora, Liz. M Woods founder and ‘it girl’ Wanwan Lei talks changing tastes of China’s young art collectors. Jing Daily. May 31.
Qin, Amy. A Less Frenzied Art Fair, And a New Style of Collector, The New York Times. March 26.
Turine, Roger Pierre. Les bois et fers rouillés d'Harlan, Arts Libre. March 11.
Bove, Carol, in conversation with Charles Harlan. Sculpture As Slap, Flash Art. January - February. In print.
Terrell, Matthew. Preview: “5th of July” captures the aftermath of pandemonium, ArtsATL. February 10.
Lopiccolo, Emory. Brick, Fencing, and Shingles: Charles Harlan’s “Flood” at Pioneer Works, Whitewall. January 26.
Laster, Paul. 9 Things To Do in New York’s Art World Before January 24, Observer. January 21.
9 Art Events to Attend in New York City This Week, Artnews. January 11.
Hackworth, Nick. The artists bringing the heat to Art Basel Miami, Dazed. December 3.
Steadman, Ryan. 8 Must-See Satellite Art Fair Booths in Miami, The Observer. December 1.
Over & Under, Reviews, The New Yorker. July 23.
Wilson, Calvin. White Flag Projects showcases 3 art-making millennials, St. Louis Post-Dispatch. June 19.
Steverlynck, Sam. Art Reviewed: The Unwinding, ArtReview. Mar 2015. p. 143.
Cotter, Holland. An Art Fair Combines Less is More and Growth, The New York Times, Mar 6.
Smith, Roberta. 15 Group Shows Not to Miss: Art Exhibitions From Chelsea to the Lower East Side, The New York Times, Jan 29.
Art Monthly. July - August.
Ice Fishing, Max Wigram, Mousse Magazine. No. 44. June 14.
Schreck, Christopher. Meet: Charles Harlan. Kaleidoscope Magazine. June 11.
Beckenstein, Joyce. LAT. 41 7’N, LONG 72 19’W. Sculpture Magazine. May. p.76-77.
Return of the Pathetic Aesthetic: Home Again, Again II at The Journal Gallery. M Daily. February 11.
Kirsch, Corinna and Whitney Kimball. This Week’s Must-See Art Events: Valentine Malaise Parade. Art Fag City. February 11.
Duray, Dan. 10 Things to Do in New York’s Art World Before February 15. GalleristNY. The New York Observer. February 10.
Everitt Howe, David. Baby it’s cold outside: David Everitt Howe picks four shows to see in New York in February. ArtReview. February.
Charles Harlan, Ishtar, Venus Over Manhattan. Time Out New York. February 4.
Howe, David Everitt. Charles Harlan. Art Review. May.
Charles Harlan at JTT. NY Arts. April 10.
Pedro, Laila. Be (In) Here Now. Idiom. Online: April 8.
Smith, Roberta. Museum and Gallery Listings. The New York Times. April 5 & April 12.
Solomon, Serena. Charles Harlan. DNAinfo.com. Online: March 5.
Elie. 170 Suffolk Street. Bowery Boogie. Online: March 1.
Cotter, Holland. The Medicine Bag. The New York Times. July 29.
Gregory, Alice. Basin at Charlie Horse. Idiom Magazine. Online: April 7.