Andrew Schoultz

andrew schoultz

Sourcing inspiration from 15th Century German map making and Indian miniature paintings, Andrew Schoultz’s frenetic imagery depicts an ephemeral history bound to repeat itself. In his mixed-media works, notions of war, spirituality and sociopolitical imperialism are reoccurring themes, which shrewdly parallel an equally repetitive contemporary pursuit of accumulation and power. Intricate line work, painting, metal leaf and collage twist and undulate under Schoultz’s meticulous hand, ranging from intimately sized wall works to staggering murals and installations. While his illustrated world seems one of chaos and frenzy, Schoultz also implies a sense of alluring fantasy and whimsy – a crossroads vaguely familiar to the modern world.

Schoultz (b. 1975, WI) received his BFA from the Academy of Art University, San Francisco (CA). He has had solo exhibitions in Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Copenhagen, Philadelphia, Rotterdam, Boston, London, Portland, Detroit and Milan. He has been included in group exhibitions at the Andy Warhol Museum (PA), Torrance Art Museum (CA), Havana Biennial (Cuba), Hyde Park Arts Center (IL), Laguna Art Museum (CA), San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (CA), among others. His work can be seen in the public collections of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (CA), Los Angeles County Museum of Art (CA), Frederick R. Weisman Foundation (CA) and the Progressive Art Collection (OH), in addition to his publicly funded murals in Portland (ME), Jogjakarta (Indonesia) and San Francisco (CA). Schoultz lives and works in Los Angeles (CA).



New Works, Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Fort Wayne, IN (forthcoming)


Rubber Time, Fabien Castanier Gallery, Miami, FL

New Works, Hosfelt Gallery, San Francisco, CA


Age of Empire Joshua Liner Gallery, New York, NY


Blow to Bits Hosfelt Gallery, San Francisco, CA

Cyclical Nature, Mark Moore Gallery, CA


Broken Order, Ruttkowksi 68, Cologne, Germany

Blown to Bits, Todd Hosfelt Gallery, San Francisco, CA


Gold Rush, Bentley Gallery, Phoenix, AZ

New Work, Morgan Lehman Gallery, NY

In Process, Monterey Art Museum, CA

Fall Out, Mark Moore Gallery, Culver City, CA


Ex Uno Plura, Eric Firestone Gallery, East Hampton, NY

Destroyer (w/ Richard Colman), Cooper Cole Gallery, Toronto, Canada

To Be Announced (w/ Richard Colman), V1 Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark


Unrest, Morgan Lehman Gallery, New York, NY

Paul Klee at SFMOMA:Andrew Schoultz Responds to Paul Klee, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. San Francisco, CA.


Compound Eyes on the World: New Work by Andrew Schoultz, Marx & Zavattero, San Francisco, CA

Melt Down: a large-scale installation by Andrew Schoultz, Arkitip Project Space, Los Angeles, CA

Crisis, Jerome Zodo Contemporary, Milan, Italy


White Noise and Silence, Roberts & Tilton, Culver City, CA

While the Glaciers Move and the Tides Change, Miracles Will Surely be Worked, V1 Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark

New Ancient Structures, Space 1026, Philadelphia, PA (w/ AJ Fosik)


In Gods We Trust, Marx & Zavattero, San Francisco, CA

In Chaos We Become the Ocean, Morgan Lehman Gallery, New York, NY

Chaotic Balance on Well Built Structures, MAMA Showroom, Rotterdam, The Netherlands


Power Structures and Chaos, Roberts & Tilton, Los Angeles, CA

Chaotic Explosions of the Eye, V1 Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark

Common Denominator, White Walls, San Francisco, CA


Loud and Quiet, Taylor De Cordoba, Los Angeles, CA

Cataclysmic Mayhem…, Jonathan LeVine Gallery, New York, NY

Motivational Baggage, Boston Center for the Arts, Boston, MA

Myths & Murals, Alva Gallery, New London, CT

New Work, Morgan Lehman Gallery, New York, NY

Small Worlds, McCaig Welles Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Casualities of Convenience, Giant Robot, Los Angeles, CA


Oracles and Ruminations, Sara Nightingale Gallery, Watermill, NY

Paintings & Drawings, Office of Ross Mirkarimi, San Francisco City Hall, San Francisco, CA


Carpe Cras, Black Market Gallery, Culver City, CA

Linescapes, Bucheon Gallery, San Francisco, CA

Work…Ethic, Space Gallery, Portland, ME


Wall Paintings, Track 16 Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

The Artwork of Andrew Schoultz, aND Gallery, St. Paul, MN


Detroit Contemporary, Detroit, MI




From the Streets: An Exhibition of Urban Art, Curated by Marc Leader and Melissa McCraig-Welles, Arts Westchester, White Plains, NY

New Works by Andrew Schoultz, Swoon & Quentin Garel, Galerie LJ, Paris, France

Beyond Bounds Dazzling, Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, KS

Drawings from the Collection 1908 to Today, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA


Vitality and Verve: Transforming the Urban Landscape, Long Beach Museum of Art, CA

Left Coast Art and Politics, The James Gallery at Columbia University, NY

Non Objective, Circuit 12 Contemporary, TX

That’s My Trip, Joshua Liner Gallery, New York, NY

Invisible College, Fort Wayne Museym of Art, IN


Summer Mixer, Joshua Liner Gallery, New York, NY

Holding It Together: Collage, Montage, Assemblage, Hosfelt Gallery, San Francisco, CA

Way Out West, San Francisco, CA

The Provacateurs Curated by Shepard Fairy, Chicago, IL

Juxtapoz: 20 Years, Urban Nation Contemporary Museum, Berlin, Germany


Works from a Private Collection, Jerome Zodo Contemporary, Milan, IT

Wider than a Postcard, Breeze Block Gallery, Portland, OR

Maco Mexico International Art Fair, presented by Jerome Zodo Contemporary, Mexico City, MX


Art Brussels, presented by Jerome Zodo Contemporary, Brussels, BE

Where My Cones At?, Double Break, San Diego, CA

Wonders-Masterpieces from a Private Collection in Denmark, The Kunsten Museum, Denmark

Gin & Juice, Ivory & Black, London, England

City of Fire, Stephen Webster, Beverly Hills, CA (curated by Arrested Motion)

Juxtapoz Turns 18, CoproGallery, Santa Monica, CA

The Boneyard Project: Return Trip, Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ (curated by Eric

Firestone, Carlo McCormick, & Viejas del Mercado)


Art Los Angeles Contemporary, presented by Jerome Zodo Contemporary. Los Angeles, CA

Burn in the USA, Cultural Association Ars Now Seragiotto. Padua, Italy

Sea Change: The 10th Anniversary Exhibition, Marx & Zavattero, San Francisco, CA

Ultrasonic VI: Appropriate, Mark Moore Gallery, Culver City, CA


Opening Ceremony,” Morgan Lehman Gallery, New York, NY

Playboy Redux: Contemporary Artists Interpret the Iconic Playboy Bunny, Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA (co-curated by Aaron Baker, Eric C. Shiner, and Ned West)

Album, V1 Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark

Default State Network, Raid Projects, Los Angeles, CA (curated by Ryan Wallace)

Plain Air, Cinders Gallery, Brooklyn, NY (curated by Brian Wilmont)


ZOOM, Torrance Art Museum, Torrance, CA (curated by Max Presneill)

Chelsea Visits Havana, 10th Havana Biennial, Havana, Cuba

Signs of the Apocalypse/Rapture, Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago, IL (curated by Front Forty Press)


In the Land of Retinal Delights, Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach, CA

The Destruction of Atlantis, Union Gallery, London, England (curated by Jesper Elg)

Macrocosm, Roberts & Tilton, Culver City, CA


Koln Show 2, European Kunsthalle and Linn Luhn, Cologne, Germany (curated by Nicolaus

Schaufhausen and Florian Waldvogel)

Running Around the Pool, Visiting Artist and Scholar program, Florida State University

Museum of Fine Arts, Tallahassee, FL

LA Art in New York, Roberts & Tilton, New York, NY

Distinctive Messengers, House Of Campari, Los Angeles, CA (curated by Simon Watson & Craig Hensala)


War In The World, Hunterdon Museum of Art, Clinton, NJ

Between Mind and Nature, Brattleboro Museum, Brattleboro, VT

Art Cologne, Galerie Borchardt, Cologne, Germany

Neo Plural, Scion Installation, Los Angeles, CA

Summer Group Show, Taylor De Cordoba, Los Angeles, CA

High Math, V1 Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark

Cartoon Networks, RAID Projects, Los Angeles, CA

Paradise Paved, Sun Valley Center for the Arts, Sun Valley, ID


Mayhem, Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA

Other Possibilities, Track 16, Santa Monica, CA

Life Cycle Analysis, Intersection for the Arts, San Francisco, CA


Comics Stripped, di Rosa Preserve, Napa, CA


Sama-Sama/You’re Welcome, Intersection for the Arts, San Francisco, CA

Undangan, Via Via Cafe, Jogjakarta, Indonesia


I Dart SF, New Langton Arts, San Francisco, CA

Gestalt, 509 Culture Center, San Francisco, CA


Superhero, New Image Art, Los Angeles, CA

So Exquisite, Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA


Hip Hop Nation, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, CA


“Destroyer,” Mark Moore Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, 18’ tall/600’ wide

“The Winds Are Changing,” Toronto, Canada, 35’ tall/200’ wide on the recording studio of Daniel


“Black Flag Chaos,” Miami, FL, 35’ tall/100’ wide; Primary Flight for Art Basel

“Absolute and Total Chaos,” Miami, FL: 30′ tall/300′ wide; supported by The Fountainhead


Kennedy Park Mural Project, Portland, ME: 12′ tall/120′ wide; funded by Portland Public Art Fund

“Imaga,” Jogjakarta, Indonesia: 15′ tall/250′ wide

“The World is Our…” Rocket Science Consulting, San Francisco, CA: 24′ tall/122′ wide

“F#?KIN” Dot Com,” Clarion Alley Mural Project, San Francisco, CA: approx. 600 square feet

“City Limits,” Balmy Alley Mural Project, San Francisco, CA: 12′ tall/32′ wide



“Woonsocket,” 509 Cultural Center, San Francisco, CA: approx. 120′ tall/30′ wide

“SPONE,” aND Gallery, St.Paul, MN (w/ Greg LaMarche and Jay Keeler): approx. 30′ tall/100′ wide

“Generator,” 18th & Lexington Street, San Francisco, CA (w/ Aaron Noble): 34′ tall/100′ wide

“Untitled,” China Basin Mural, 16th & Illinois Street, San Francisco, CA (w/Aaron Noble): 18′

tall/200′ wide

“No One Sees the Smoke,” Nob Hill Mural, Clay & Leavenworth Street, San Francisco, CA (w/ Zara

Thustra): 8′ tall/72′ wide



2009 House of Campari Art Award, New York, NY

2004 Portland, ME Public Art Fund Grant: Directed mural “The World We Came From and The

World We Are Making” w/ Sudanese, Somalian, & Kenyan teenagers

2002 Neighborhood Beautification Award, San Francisco, CA



Fidelity Investments, Los Angeles, CA

Berkeley Art Museum, Berkeley, CA

Honolulu Museum of Art, HI

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA

Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA

Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, CA

The Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation, Los Angeles, CA

The Progressive Art Collection, Mayfield Village, OH

Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP, San Francisco, CA

Monterey Art Museum, CA



2014 Interview in Wertical Magazine Germany

Interview in Just Breath magazine Germany

November 9th- Feature in Glamour Magazine Germany

“In This Day and Age Art Should Serve a Purpose,” Draw a Line, August 2014.

Lepman, Caroline. “Andrew Schoultz: An Artist in Transition.” Pop Surrealism, Spring 2014.

2013 Voynovskaya, Nastia. “In Process at the Monterey Museum of Art,” HiFructose, July 12, 2013

2012 “Openings: Andrew Schoultz.” Arrested Motion, June 29, 2012.

Johnson, Paul A. “Andrew Schoultz Responds to the Outcry Over His Exhibit,” Curbed

Hamptons, June 27, 2012.

Vecsey, Taylor K., “Artist Says Flag Artwork is Pro-American,” East Hampton Patch, June 26,


Vecsey, Taylor K. “Locals Outrages Over Use of Flag Imagery in Art Exhibit,” East Hampton

Patch, June 24, 2012.

McCarthy, Allison, “Andrew Schoultz,” 7×7 Magazine (The {First Ever} Money Issue), April, p. 96

Zarobell, John. “Andrew Schoultz,” Juxtapoz, No. 134-March, Front Cover & p. 6, 34-49

2011 Kazakina, Katya. “Michael Douglas, Eli Broad Rub Elbows Amid Brisk Art Basel Sales,”

Bloomberg, December 2

Swanhuyser, Hiya, “Ten Years, Part Deux,” SF Weekly (Night & Day section), July 13, p. 17

Post, Noah, “Unrest,” Glasschord Art & Culture Magazine, July 15, Vol. 1:7

2010 Turner, Cherie Louise, “Editorial Recommendations: Andrew Schoultz at Marx & Zavattero, San

Francisco,” Visual Art Source, October

“96 Hours Collector Poster,” San Francisco Chronicle, September 9, p. 16-17

Ibarra, Ana, “The New Traditionalism,” Elephant Magazine (London, England), No. 4, Autumn, p.


Exhib Art (video magazine, Milan, Italy), March

Crisis (exhibition catalogue), Jerome Zodo Contemporary, Milan, Italy (with essay by Glen


Hickey, Dave, “The New Modern Art,” Playboy, January/February, p. 146-150

Harmanci, Reyhan, “Masterminds 2010,” SF Weekly, February 17, p. 15, 17

2009 Frank, Peter, “On THE radar: Seventeen artists you should know about,” THE magazine,

September 2009.

Forsythe, Erin. The New Order Magazine (Auckland, New Zealand), Issue #2, p. 34-35

D MAG (Buenos Aires, Argentina), September 2009.

Helfand, Glen, “Chris Ballantyne, Mark Mulroney, and Andrew Schoultz,”, Critics’

Picks, September 2009.

Chelsea Visits Havana (catalogue for the 10th Havana Biennial, Havana, Cuba), 2009.

Jacoby, Annice (Editor), Street Art San Francisco, Abrams, New York, NY; p. 97, 144, 255-7, 295

Rotman, Steven, San Francisco Street Art, Prestel Verlag, Munich/Berlin; Cover and p. 64

2008 Signs of the Apocalypse/Rapture (exhibition catalogue) Front Forty Press, 2008.

Zevitas, Steven T. (Editor), New American Paintings, The Open Studios Press, Boston MA;

Number 79, Dec. 2008/Jan. 2009, p. 140-143

Huston, Johnny Ray, “Obliterating the dollar: In these economic times, Andrew Schoultz’s farfrom-

subtle “In Gods We Trust’ is apropos,” SF Bay Guardian, October 8, p. 52

Torr, Jolene, “All Our Undertakings,”, October 7, 2008.

Jensen, Travis, “Broad canvas for big themes: Andrew Schoultz addresses globalization in latest

exhibition, ‘In Gods We Trust’,” San Francisco Chronicle, September 2, 2008, p. E1, E3

Jensen, Travis, “Fecal Face All Stars,” San Francisco Chronicle (Sunday Datebook), May 4, 2008,

cover image and p. 19

2007 Watson, Simon. “New Artist: Andrew Schoultz,” Whitewall, Seventh Issue, Fall, 2007, p. 60-61

Myers, Holly. “Covering a wall as act of joy,” Los Angeles Times, September 14, 2007.

Buckley, Annie. “Andrew Schoultz,” Artweek, March 2007.

Neelon, Caleb. Interview, Banta Magazine (Istanbul, Turkey), #25, 2007.

Artist Monographs, Ulysses: Departures, Journeys, and Returns, Paper Museum Press, San Francisco,

CA, 2007.

Cover, Kitchen Sink, #15, 2007.

Neelon, Caleb.10-page interview, Juxtapoz, #75, April 2007.

Cover, LA Weekly, May 18-24, 2007.

2006 “Gottlieb, Shirle. Preview.” ArtScene, December 2006.

14-page cover story. Arrow Magazine, #3, October 2006.

“Show Stoppers.” Juxtapoz, #68, 2006.

Featured Artist, McSweeneys Quarterly, #20, 2006.

“BLK/MRKT One.” Die Gestalten Verlag (Berlin, Germany), 2006.

2005 Weiss, Marion Wolberg. Dan’s Paper, August 5, 2006.

Campos, Amado. “Creating Art Out of America’s Consumption.” X Press Magazine, April 5,


Balch, Christina. “Ryan Wallace & Andrew Schoultz at BLK/MRKT Gallery.” Artweek, February


2004 Chenault, Sam. “Graffiti to Gallery.” SF Weekly (cover story), September 4, 2004.

Austin, Buck. Cover Story and Interview, Alarm Magazine, #17, April 6, 2004.

Westbrook, Lindsey. “D.I.Y. Public Art and Cultural Exhange.” Artweek, December 2004.

2003 “Critic’s Choice.” San Francisco Bay Guardian, December 2003.

Cover, Photo, and Story, Kompas Newspaper (Indonesia), July 2003.

“Review and Critic’s Choice.” Twin Cities Pulse, January 2003.

“Critic’s Choice.”, October, May, & February 2003

2002 “Critic’s Choice.” San Francisco Bay Guardian: Switch Magazine (Tokyo, Japan), May 2002.

2001 “Critic’s Choice.” San Francisco Bay Guardian, October 2001.

2000 “Critic’s Choice.” San Francisco Bay Guardian, December 2000.

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