Equal Under the Law?   from the USA: United States of Anxiety series 44" x 42"

Equal Under the Law? from the USA: United States of Anxiety series 44" x 42"

I employ a combination of printmaking, drawing, painting and collaging techniques to create visual narratives that reveal challenging views of our uniquely diverse American identity. I am propelled by the dynamics of historic racism, classism and social injustice. My work expresses layers upon layers of cultural, political, religious and economic inequities. I invite you to engage in, internalize and acknowledge these uncomfortable realities. Share your truth in generating compassion and an expanded awareness of what America looks like !

 Robin Holder at the Mobile Museum of Art, Alabama

Robin Holder at the Mobile Museum of Art, Alabama

Career Highlights

Robin Holder's work has been featured in one-person exhibitions at the Mobile Museum of Art, Alabama, Spelman College Museum of Fine Art, The David Driskell Center at University of Maryland, the American Labor Museum and The North Carolina Central University Art Museum. She received an Individual Visual Artist Grant from The Brooklyn Arts Council and a Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation Artist As Catalyst grant as well as the esteemed Absolut Vodka! commission.

 The United States of Anxiety by robin holder

The United States of Anxiety by robin holder

Ms. Holder is represented in significant collections including the Library of Congress, Xerox Corporation, Yale University, United Parcel Service, The Washington State Arts Commission, The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, James E. Lewis Museum of Art, Paul R. Jones Collection of the University of Delaware, The African American Museum of Cleveland, Telavi State University and the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art. She has served as a panelist, lecturer, and consultant with numerous cultural, educational and art institutions.

   An American Consciousness   at Spelman College Museum

An American Consciousness at Spelman College Museum

Holder has completed several large-scale site-specific public art commissions. Her work is included in the comprehensive Hatch Billops: Artist and Influences Archives housed at Emory University. She has been interviewed and taped by The New York Foundation for the Arts, And The Women Gather, New Times Holler, WBAI, AMCTV and Le Point.