Tim Doud


OCTOBER 13 - November 12, 2017


October 14 - 6-8PM


Washington, D.C.

curator’s office @ Studio 1469

1469 Harvard Street REAR NW

Washington, DC 20009


November 12- 4-6PM

Outwin 2016: American Portraiture Today

Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art

 Kansas City, MO - October 6, 2017 - January 7, 2018


Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, WA - January 4 - May 14 2017

Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, TX June 2 - Sept. 10

Artis―Naples, The Baker Museum, Naples, FL

Ackland Museum of Art, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC

The Outwin 2016: American Portraiture Today is organized by the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C.

Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery

Outwin American Portraiture Today

The Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery has selected the finalists for the exhibition resulting from the Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition.


The juried exhibition’s 43 pieces include sculptures, mixed-media pieces, photographs, paintings and drawings. The works will be exhibited at the museum from March 12, 2016, through Jan. 8, 2017

After the exhibition closes in Washington, D.C., for the first time it will travel to three host museums across the country from February 2017 through June 2018.










With Liberty and Justice for Some

curated by Monica Lundy and Walter Maciel

September 23 - October 8, 2017

Opening Reception, Saturday, September 23, 6-8PM

Featuring the work of contemporary artists who have been invited to create portraits of immigrants to the United States.  The show is a statement on the many fears surrounding the announcement of our new president elect and a powerful response rejecting the presumed policies that threaten to disrupt basic civil rights.  

Sondheim Semi-Finalist Exhibition

Maryland Institute College of Art

Deker and Meyerhoff Galleries

Baltimore, MD

July 18 - August 6, 2017

Prologue 1996-2016

Tim Doud 

Works on Paper

March 4-April 1 2017

Reception March 4, 5-7PM

The Artist as Cultural Producer: Living and Sustaining a Creative Life, Zoë Charlton, Tim Doud (essay)

Edited by Sharon Louden, Intellect, University of Chicago Press, 2017

With Liberty and Justice for Some: Sanctuary City

25 March - 8 April 2017

Featuring the work of contemporary artists who have been invited to create portraits of immigrants to the United States.  The show is a statement on the many fears surrounding the announcement of our new president elect and a powerful response rejecting the presumed policies that threaten to disrupt basic civil rights.  

Los Angeles, CA

With Liberty and Justice for Some

7 January - 4 March 2017


An Experimental Collaborative Video Presentation

Tim Doud and Zoë Charlton

Rice Gallery

McDaniel College

September 2- 23  Gallery Hours M-F 12-4PM

Saturday 12-5 PM

McDaniel College's Department of Art and Art History presents "Unincorporated," an experimental collaborative video presentation by Tim Doud and Zoë Charlton, through September 23 in The Rice Gallery in Peterson Hall. 

This collaboration is an extension of their work with the project '’sindikit’ and theirwork as colleagues at American University.  Zoë Charlton and Tim Doud have collaborated as co-workers, professors, artists, curators, and organizers.  There are three distinct sets of videos in Unicorporated - the McDaniel College exhibit will include work with other artists in and outside of the Baltimore area.  Among those collaborators are New York-based artists Rodney Cuellar, Amy Gaipa, and Bowie State Faculty member Gina Marie Lewis.

Traywick Contemporary

Art + Projects

Berkeley, CA

Plus One +

Rachel Davis + Blair Saxon-Hill
Ken Fandell + Donald Morgan
Samantha Fields + Thomas Müller
David Fought + Brad Brown
Benicia Gantner + Margaret Griffith
Diana Guerrero-Maciá + Tim Doud
Portia Hein + Aaron Morse
Cynthia Ona Innis + Reed Danziger
Amy Kaufman + Steuart Pittman
Dharma Strasser MacColl + Hughen/Starkweather
Amanda Marchand + Jeanne Quinn
Nancy Mintz + Martin Puryear
Stas Orlovski + Steve Roden


GEOMETRIX: Line, Form, Subversion


January 14 - April 16, 2016


GEOMETRIX: Line, Form, Subversion is a large mischievously educational exhibition that explores how artists use the vocabulary of geometric abstraction to explore ideas far beyond the purely formal. Admittedly eclectic, the exhibition is a big beta version of what will become an annual series of focused thematic shows.The artists allude to such diverse inspirations as music, physics, occult studies, racism, social issues, gay aesthetics, incarceration data, textile design, interactive computer design, memorials, the environment and perverse homages, to name but a few.


Curator's Office @ Home


Lori Ellison, Peter Fox, Christopher French, Kendell Geers, Jason Gubbiotti, Raymond Salvatore Harmon, Jason Hughes, Warren Isensee, Linn Meyers, Gary Petersen, Eduardo Santiere Jo Smail, Andrea Way, Andy Moon Wilson, Patrick Wilson.


Curator's Office @ Gallery 21122112 R Street NW Washington, DC


Lisa Beck, Joan Belmar, Brian Dailey, Tim Doud, Tom Downing Peter Fox, Tom Green, Logan Grider, Jason Hughes, Warren Isensee Paul Laffoley, Sharon Louden, J.W. Mahoney, Gary Petersen W.C. Richardson, Eduardo Santiere, Jered Sprecher, Don Voisine Andrea Way, Andy Moon Wilson, John Zinsser.


Curator's Office @ 703 Edgewood Studios703 Edgewood Street NEWashington, DC


Seth Adelsberger, Joan Belmar. Sharon Butler, Travis Childers Mike Childs, Charles Cohan, Paul Doran, Alex EbsteinPeter Fox, Ted Gahl, Robert Gutierrez, Eric Hibit J.T. Kirkland, Amy Lin, Maggie Michael Thomas Müller, Betsy Packard, Jefferson Pinder. 

Miami Projects


Miami, Florida

December 1-6


Texas Contemporary


Houston, Texas

October 1-4, 2015


Tim Doud, Alex Ebstein, Julia Fullerton-Batten and Jason Hughes

Zoë Charlton, Tim Doud, ally 


September 12, 2015 - October 11, 2015

Zoë Charlton and Tim Doud, ally


Zoë Charlton and Tim Doud’s respective practices are largely figurative. Their work in this exhibition

employs allied strategies and materials in which the observed figure is absent, but nonetheless grounds the



Charlton playfully associates surrogates for the body, collected images of cultural artifacts and their politic,

and scrapbooking embellishments. She uses collaged elements and stickers for their humor. They also work

as a visual shorthand to a commodity politic read off image. The images are dense with particular meanings,

but even out of context, they bring the shadow of their histories.


Formally, Doud’s paintings present as abstractions. However, these conceptual abstractions address

consumerism, of both fashion and high modernist and faux-action painting, economic and social identities,

and the absurd mixing of cultural signs. Branding serves as backdrop to a broader discussion of how

commodity signifies.


In ally, Charlton and Doud employ a bricolage aesthetic as they go culturally drifting, borrowing images in

an economy of meaning outside their original cultural reference.

Naked, The Nude in America  

Bram Dijkstra


Tim Doud, Pages 464, 466, Rizzoli International Publications, 2010​


Halsted, Oil on Linen, 1994