Monique Rollins

Monique Rollins


Monique Rollins (1980, Wilmington, USA) received a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Syracuse University in New York in 2002 and a Master of Fine Arts in painting, and a Master in Art History in 2006, specializing in Venetian Renaissance, and a Museum Studies Certification issued by the Pratt Institute of Brooklyn, NY.

Rollins lives and works between New York and Florence and has exhibited internationally for more than a decade.

In 2018 she exhibited at the Zhu Naizheng Research Center of Art in Beijing, China, and in 2017 at the Delaware Contemporary Museum in Wilmington, Delaware.

His first retrospective is in 2016 at the Shevchenko National Museum in Kyiv, Ukraine.

In 2015 Monique won the art residency IU at Beijing, followed by her exhibition at the Beijing American Center.

He has exhibited, among others, at the Andre Zarre Gallery in NY and the metroquadro gallery in Turin in his participation in Art Miami Context in 2016, 2015, 2014, and 2013.

Rollins has completed five large-scale works in public buildings in the city of Wilmington.

Her works can be found in the official residence of the European Ambassador in Kingston, Jamaica as well as in the offices of the Mayor of Wilmington, Delaware, as well as in important private collections in North America, Europe, and the Caribbean.