Harlee Mollenkopf is a visual artist who was born in Columbus, Ohio in 1995. She received her BA in Studio Art from Kenyon College in 2017 and her MFA in Studio Art from Mills College in 2019. Through photography, sculpture, performance and drawing she experiments with ways to break down traditional figuration.

She currently lives and works  in Oakland, CA.


2019 - Extra Ordinary, Embark Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2019 - Shelf Life, Mills College Art Museum, Oakland, CA
2018-Farmer’s Almanac, The Roll-Up Project, Oakland, CA
2017-Senior Exhibition, Gund Gallery, Mt. Vernon, OH
2017-AICUO Awards Reception, Schumacher Gallery, Capital University, Bexley, OH
2016-Off the Hill: Student Curated, Student Artists, the Place at the Woodward, Mt. Vernon, OH 2016-Brave New World: Contemporary Art for Artists, Horvitz Lobby Gallery, Gambier, OH

2017-AICUO Award for Excellence in the Visual Arts Grand Prize
2017-The Peterson Prize in Art, Kenyon College
2014-Helen J. Cahall Merit Scholarship for Excellence in Fine Art, Kenyon College

2019-International Sculpture Center Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture
2018-Mills College Nominee for the Dedalus Foundation Fellowship

2017 - (im)permanence, Department of Art History Teaching Gallery, Kenyon College, Gambier, OH
Selected Press

2019 - MFA Now 2019 Archive
2019 - Wotisart #23 February