Interdisciplinary artist, Harlow Skalwold, explores gender identity and the non-binary in relation to women's issues, current political climates, and the societal taboos of physical and mental illness. These themes connect to a traumatic series of events in their life which resulted in a stronger resolve to delve deeper into the imaginative process as a therapeutic reprieve. Skalwold’s work includes abstract painting, sculpture, assemblage, and meticulous mixed media collages incorporating images from vintage and antique magazines and medical texts, found objects, paint and pigment. The results of their work often seem comedic - humor arising spontaneously as defense mechanism to either deflect from or protect against the true nature of what has been witnessed.
Highly influenced by Dada, process art, and the DIY punk ethic, combined with unorthodox forms of training, they consider themselves part of the Art Singulier movement. Skalwold is a mental health advocate, and has been coping with mood, anxiety and dissociative disorders since a young age.
They are currently sheltering in place on Munsee Lenape land in the New York metropolitan area.
"Your artwork is fucking incredible!"
-Ashley Longshore
Group Show “Go Figure” artlessBastard Gallery, West de Pere, WI
Group Show “Socially Distanced” Artist Alliance, Curated by Jen Tough Gallery, Online Exhibition
Assistant Art Director
Dellamorte & Co.
2011 - Present
Developed and maintain the overall company look and style. Review and approve designs, artwork, photography, branding and graphics. Created the design for the Dellamorte & Co. logo, brochures, displays, website graphics, postcards and business cards. Additionally assists in production and shipping.
Assistant Gallery Manager
climate/gallery, Long Island City, NY
2008 - 2011
Lead the production of monthly art exhibits, arranged transportation of artwork nationally and internationally, liaised with clients and negotiated sales, ensured a presence in the gallery and attended to guests. Duties also included cataloging acquisitions and keeping records and archives up to date, general administration, managing interns, art handling, maintaining the gallery calendar, and managing on-going promotion and advertising of the gallery.
Parsons School of Design, New York, NY, BFA, 1998 – 2002
New York University, New York, NY, Arts Management, 2011
Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, Color Theory, 2020

Born November 18, 1980, in New York, NY
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