Guest Lectures

April 2017 Guest artist lecture at Professor Peter Eide’s Arts and Ideas course, The University of Baltimore. Presentation of a 16-minute video documentary about photography in New York City in the 1980s, including the artist’s first photoshoot footage with Ru Paul in 1986 in Atlanta.

December 2016 Guest artist lecture for students from the University of Baltimore, Hoffberger Center for Professional Ethics. Study room in The Baltimore Museum of Art, presenting 6 of the artist’s photographs from the 1980s and 1990s in the permanent collection of the museum.

 

Solo Shows

2011 "Portraits of Women Artists: Baltimore 2011", on going series, view and "Photographs taken on Recent trips to Europe". - The Hamilton Street Women's Club, Baltimore, Maryland.

2010 "Nostalgia," installation. "The 80's" - Jordan Faye Contemporary, Baltimore, Maryland.

2006 “In Celebration of Women” - Organized by BACVA, Baltimore, Maryland.

2004 “Remembering the 80’s” - From The Artists’ Archive, The Fine Print Gallery, Towson, Maryland.

2004 “Women In the Arts” - Tuttle Gallery, Baltimore, Maryland.

2004 “Women In the Arts” - Amalie Rothschilds Gallery, Patterson Center for the Arts, Baltimore, Maryland.

1995 “Paula Gately Tillman: In Collaboration” - Selected Works, Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, Atlanta, Georgia.

1995 “Paula Gately Tillman: In Collaboration” - Selected Works, German American Chamber of Commerce, Atlanta, Georgia.

1993 “Paula Gately Tillman: In Collaboraton” - North Georgia College, Dahonga, Georgia.

1991 “Photographs 1983-1991” - Candide, Atlanta, Georgia.

1988 “Paula Gately Tillman: Photographs” - SoHo Photo Gallery, New York, New York.

1987 “Paula Gately Tillman: Photographs” - Gallery 291, Atlanta, Georgia.

1987 “Solo Show” - SoHo Photo Gallery, New York, New York

1987 “Solo Show” - Hotel Diva Gallery, San Francisco, California.
 


Group Shows

2015–2016 "Into the Light; Campaign for Art" – Contemporary Wing, Caswell J. Caplan Memorial Gallery, The Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, Maryland.

2013 "Building a Movement in the Southeast: LGBT Collections in MARBL" – Robert W. Woodruff Library, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia. Release

2012 "2011 New Pictorialists" – The Photo Review, 2011 Competition Entries – View

2008 "Juried Photography Invitational Exhibition" – The Monmouth Museum, Lincroft, New Jersey.

2008 "Collection II" – Overlook Clipper Mill Model, Jordan Faye Contemporary, Baltimore, Maryland.

2008 "Some Like it Hot! A Juried Exhibition" – Assembly Building, Loft #208, Jordan Faye Contemporary, Baltimore, Maryland.

2007 “Two Women Artists” - Photography and Collage, Gallery at La Terra, Baltimore, Maryland.

2005 “We Were the 80’s” - Multi-Media, Avalanche Gallery, New York, New York.

2004 “Collections Contained” - Artists Books, Chesapeake Gallery, Harford Community College, Bel Air, Maryland.

2002 “Facing Herself” - Photography, Creative Alliance, Baltimore, Maryland.

2001 “Being Seen 1-2-3” - Creative Alliance, Baltimore, Maryland.

2000 “SNAPSHOT” - International, Contemporary Museum, Baltimore, Maryland.

1997 “3+1” - ZAK Jugend-Und Kulturzentrum, Bunde, Germany.

1997 “Look Back-Get Down, A Celebration of Atlanta and Athens Music” - 1977-1997, Nexus Contemporary Center for Art, Atlanta, Georgia.

1996 “Post-Olympia or How We Spent the Summer of 1996” - Photo Diary Installation, Bath House, Art Festival of Atlanta, Atlanta, Georgia.

1996 “Four Photographers” - VENUE, Charleston, South Carolina.

1996 “Art in Atlanta” - Amerika Haus, Organized by Artists-In-Residence International, Six Cities in Germany. Opening remarks in Munich, Germany.

1995 “Art in Atlanta” - King Plough Arts Center, Atlanta, Georgia.

1994 “The 1994 Atlanta Biennial” - The Nexus Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta, Georgia.

1990 “Look I’m Only Human” - New Visions Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia.

1990 “Atlanta Underground and Other False Truths” - Atlanta Photography Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia.

1986 “Spotlight” - Featured Artist, SoHo Photo Gallery, New York, New York.
 


Selected Bibliography

2017 In the November 7, 2017 story on the site Happi, an article on Tish & Snook — “INDIE INC: An Original Indie: Tish and Snooky’s Manic Panic NYC is marking its 40th anniversary this year. The Colorful duo shares their story.” featured my photograph of the now-famous duo from 1986.

2016 In the November 4, 2016 story on the site Atlas Obscura, an article on Tish & Snook — “Manic Panic Isn’t Just a Hair Dye Brand: It Was the First Punk Store in America” featured my photograph of the now-famous duo from 1986.

2016 In the story on the site StyleCaster, an article on Tish & Snook — “Manic Panic Goddesses Tish and Snooky on How to Dye Your Own Hair” featured my photograph of the now-famous duo from 1986.

2016 In the February 2016 issue of Nylon magazine, an article on Tish & Snook — “Mane Attraction, tish and snooky bellomo on the colorful history of manic panic” featured my photograph of the now-famous duo from 1986.

"Remembering New York's Downtown Documentarian Nelson Sullivan." VICE, with reproduction, 2014.

"Serious Play: Drag, Transgender, and the Relationship between Performance and Identity in the Life Writing of Ru Paul and Kate Bornsten" by Elizabeth Schewe. Biography: Volume 32, Number 4, Fall 2009 pp.670-695. Reproduction.

“Venice Is A Dream: Mostra Fotografica di Paula Gately Tillman” by Martina Bagnoli, PhD., Associate Curator of Rare Books and Manuscripts, Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, September 2006.

“Tillman’s Photos Preserve Gaudy 80’s Club Scene” by Glenn McNatt, Sun Article, Oct. 28, 2004. Reproductions.

“The Eyes of Paula Gately Tillman” by Morton Steen Hanson, PhD., Assistant Curator of Renaissance Art, Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, August 2004.

“Portraits of the Female Artists” by Glenn McNatt, Sun Art Critic, June 17, 2004. Reproduction.

“Blending Darkroom with Digital” by Glenn McNatt, Sun Art Critic, March 8, 2003. Reproduction.

“Facing Herself” by Glenn McNatt, Sun Art Critic, March 14, 2002.

“3 Plus 1” by Kreis Herford, Neue West Fålishe, Germany, 1997.

“Portraiture as Art: Unique Portraits by Contemporary Southern Artists” by Jerry Cullum, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, June 27, 1997.

“Art in Atlanta” by Catherine Fox, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, October 20, 1995.

“1994 Atlanta Biennial” by Jerry Cullum, Art Papers, Atlanta Art Papers, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia, July/August 1994, Volume 18, Number 4.

“Hot Shots/Atlanta” by Judy Parady, Photo District News, New York, New York, February 1994.

“Photo Counterpoint”, Paula Gately Tillman: In Collaboration, by Pam Perry, Creative Loafing, October 23, 1993. Reproduction.

“Paula Gately Tillman” by Pam Perry, Art Papers, Atlanta Art Papers, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia, September/October 1991. Reproduction.

“Look, I’m Only Human” by Beverly Baker, Art Papers, Atlanta Art Papers, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia, March/April 1991.

“Hot Shots/Atlanta” by Allen Rabinowitz, Photo District News, New York, New York, January 1991.

“Hot Shots/Atlanta” by Allen Rabinowitz, Photo District News, New York, New York, January 1990.

“Tinted photographs by Paula Tillman exhibited at library”, The Aspen Times, Aspen, Colorado, April 1983.