SPRING 2019—JULIA INCLUDED IN “HINGE PICTURES: EIGHT WOMEN ARTISTS OCCUPY THE THIRD DIMENSION” AT CONTEMPORARY ARTS CENTER NEW ORLEANS
“Across eight successive galleries, this exhibition presents practices that evolve from the flat plane of the wall to immersive sculptural environments. Staging a performance of material history, spatial occupation, and social positioning, Hinge Pictures: Eight Women Artists Occupy the Third Dimension resuscitates abstract modernist vocabularies marked by patriarchal and colonial histories for use in a new feminist formalism.”
FALL 2018—JULIA INCLUDED IN “GROUNDINGS” AT MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART CHICAGO
Julia’s work will be included in “Groundings,” a group exhibition and performance series that “explores movement—both seen and unseen. […] The exhibition considers the reciprocal influence between bodies in motion and and the invisible forces that govern movement, such as gravity, time, and electricity.” The show runs from November 3, 2018 to June 9, 2019.
SUMMER 2018—RxART COMMISSION FOR SICKKIDS HOSPITAL, TORONTO
The nonprofit organization RxArt has commissioned Julia to create a site-specific project for a new clinic at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto.
SPRING 2018—Collaboration with Christopher stuart for “FIELD STUDIES”
Julia has collaborated with designer and artist Christopher Stuart on The Oracle, a wall sconce for Sight Unseen's exhibition “Field Studies.” Sight Unseen has paired thirteen furniture and interior designers with thirteen creatives from the worlds of food, fashion, film, art, and music, inviting each duo to create a collaborative functional object together. The objects will be exhibited at OFFSITE, then sold on 1stdibs to benefit the charity of each pair’s choosing.
SPRING 2018—“More than Words” at Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York
Julia's second solo exhibition at Marianne Boesky Gallery, “More Than Words,” runs from April 26–June 9, 2018. The exhibition will feature a new series of sculptures as well as new paintings that, together, capture Julia's iterative play with color, form, texture, and materials, as well as her ongoing exploration of the creative potential of industrial products. The new works underscore the value of engaging with the intricate, often beautiful, and little-considered systems that lie just beyond any given surface.
FALL 2017—Julia is now represented by Galerie Antoine Ertaskiran, Montreal
Julia has joined Galerie Antoine Ertaskiran in Montreal. She will present several new works at the gallery's booth at Art Toronto 2017 and will present a solo exhibition at the gallery in late 2018.
SUMMER 2017—Exhibition at the Cornell Fine Arts Museum
Julia will participate in the group exhibition “Time as Landscape: Inquiries of Art and Science” at the Cornell Fine Arts Museum in Florida. The exhibition is on view September 29 through December 31, 2017.
SUMMER 2017—New textile collaboration with Weft
Julia has collaborated with Weft, a new startup based in Providence, Rhode Island, to create a textile, in five colors, based upon her 2016 painting Mastermind. Weft uses a proprietary technology to create woven fabrics from digital images.
SPRING 2017—Talk at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York
On the evening of Tuesday, May 23, Julia will present an “Eye to Eye” talk as part of the Guggenheim's exhibition “Visionaries: Creating a Modern Guggenheim.”
SPRING 2017—Solo exhibition at 3e:Våningen, Gothenburg, Sweden
Julia presents a solo exhibition of new work at 3e:Våningen, a center for contemporary art and art in Gothenburg. The show, titled Lost and Found, opens Friday, April, 21, and runs through June 4.