Robin Holder’s work is motivated by global cultural, racial and ethnic issues of identity.
Robin Holder’s work has been featured in one person exhibitions at the Mobile Museum of Art, Alabama , The Spelman College Museum, The David Driskell Center at UMD, Maryland, the American Labor Museum and The North Carolina Central University Art Museum. She was awarded an Individual Visual Artist Grant by The Brooklyn Arts Council to create Behind Each Window a Voice.
Holder was interviewed for the Hatch Billops Artist and Influences Archives. She has been filmed and taped by Educurious, The Artist Archive, The New York Foundation for the Arts, Le Point, And the Women Gather, The New York Foundation for the Arts, New Times Holler, WBAI, AMCTV and numerous cultural and academic institutions.
Ms. Holder has completed several large scale site specific public art projects for The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, The Metropolitan Transportation Authority, the Connecticut State Arts Commission and New Jersey Transit.
The artist’s work is included in significant collections including the Library of Congress, Con Edison, Xerox Corporation, Yale University, United Parcel Service, The Washington State Arts Commission, and The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. She has served as a panelist, lecturer, and consultant by a variety of institutions, such as Pratt Institute, New York State Council on the Arts, The High Museum of Atlanta, The Brooklyn Museum, The Museum of Natural History, Cooper Union, Manhattan Community College, The Center for Arts Education and Parsons School of Design.