Julia Jacquette (amerikanisch, geb. )

Chronik

1985
Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Maine
1986
B.S., Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY
1989 – 1992
M.F.A. Program, Hunter College, New York, NY
1993
Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation Studio Grant
1994
Fellowship, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts
1995 – 1996
Fellowships, The MacDowell Colony, Peterborough, NH
1997 – 1998
Fellowships, Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, New York
1998
Pollock/Krasner Grant
Fellowship, The MacDowell Colony, Peterborough, NH

Ausstellungen

2008
"Wedded Bliss, The Marriage of Art and Ceremony", Peabody Essex Museum , Salem , Massachusetts
"Domestic Desire", Adelphi University Gallery, Adelphi University , Garden City, New York (solo)
2007
"Desired", Pinnacle Gallery, Savannah College of Art and Design, Lacoste , France (solo)
2006
"The Hungry Eye", Chelsea Museum , NY
"New History", Leubsdorf Gallery , NY , curator: Tracy Adler
"Complicit!", University of Virginia Art Museum, Charlottesville , VA , curator: Johanna Drucker "My Houses", Michael Steinberg Gallery, New York (solo)
2005
"Print Retrospective", Cleveland Institute of the Arts, Cleveland, Ohio (solo)
2004
“White Paintings”, Michael Steinberg Fine Art, NY, NY
"I Dreamt", The Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY
2003
'The Burbs', DFN Gallery, NY
2002
'Artists to Artists: A Decade of the Space Program', Ace Gallery, NY, NY
'Second Sight', Hunter College/Times Square, NY, NY
'Super Natural Playground', Marella Arte Contemporanea, Milan, Italy
'Subject Matters', Kravets/Wehby Gallery, NY, NY, curated by Norman Dubrow
2001
“Virtues and Vices”, Judy Ann Goldman Fine Art, Boston, MA
“Making Visible the Invisible”, Schick Gallery, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY
“Before They Became Who They Are”, Kravets/Wehby Gallery, NY, NY
2000
“Project 69”, Museum of Modern Art, NY, NY
“Smoking”, Galerie Oliver Schweden, Munich, Germany
“Friendships in Arcadia: Writers & Artists at Yaddo in the 90’s”, The Hyde Collection Art Museum, Glen Falls, NY
“Reconfigured”, Pace University Gallery, Pleasantville, NY
1999
Holly Solomon Gallery, NY, NY
“The Likeness of Being”, D.C. Moore Gallery, NY, NY
“Contemporary Paper Works”, Galerie Oliver Schweden, Munich, Germany
“Great New York”, P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City, NY
“New Attitiudes”, Galerie Oliver Schweden at Art Frankfurt, Frankfurt, Germany
1998
“Uberraschung - 40 Days 40 Artists”, Galerie Oliver Schweden, Munich, Germany
“Food for Thought”, New Jersey Center for Visual Arts, Summit, NJ
“Word Volume”, Galerie Christel Schuppenhauer, Cologne, Germany
“New Attitudes”, Galerie Oliver Schweden at Art Frankfurt, Frankfurt, Germany
“Word Volume”, Galerie Christel Schuppenhauer at Art Brussels, Brussels, Belguim
“Our Tip of the Day”, Art Santa Fe, Santa Fe, NM
“Think Pink”, La Mama La Galleria, NY, NY
“Food Matters”, E.S. Vandam, NY, NY
“Eat!”, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia
“Wishful Thinking”, James Graham and Sons, NY, NY
“TAKE A LOOK AT ME NOW!”, Galerie Oliver Schweden, Munich, Germany
“Food for Thought: A Visual Banquet”, D.C. Moore Gallery, NY, NY
“The Next Word”, Neuberger Museum of Art, State University of New York, Purchase, NY
“Kitsch”, Virgin Airlines V.I.P. Lounge at Newark International Airport, Newark, NJ
“little”, Jeffrey Coploff Fine Art, NY, NY
1997
Holly Solomon Gallery, NY, NY
Cohen Berkowitz Gallery for Contemporary Art, Kansas City, MO
“Drawn and Quartered”, Karen McCready Fine Art, NY, NY
“Alive and Well”, Elizabeth Harris Gallery, NY, NY
“Sex-Industry”, Stefan Stux Gallery, NY, NY
1996
Menu du Jour, Curated by Erin, Silverstein Project Space New York, NY
Eccentricities, Judy Ann Goldman Fine Art Boston, MA
Holly Solomon Gallery, NY, NY
The Gramercy International Comtemporary Art Fair, NY, NY
“Home is Where the Art is or Hybrid Affairs”, The National Arts Club, NY, NY Curated by Tommy Lanaigan Schmidt
“The Strange Power of Cheap Sentiment (or A Bientot to Irony)”, White Columns, NY, NY
“Hearts Desire”, Judy Ann Goldman Fine Art, Boston, MA
1995
Domestic Bliss, Margarete Roader Gallery New York, NY
Come and Get It, Radix Gallery Phoenix, AZ
Icons for a Contemporary World, Cade Tompkins New York, NY
Open Space Series, Holly Solomon Gallery New York, NY
Every Boy I Ever Dreamed About, Motel Fine Arts New York, NY
Contemporary Still Life, James Graham & Sons New York, NY
1994
Every Boy I Ever Dreamed About, David Kleig Birmingham, MI
“Little Things”, Art In General, NY, NY
“The Food Show, Part II”, Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen and Hamilton, NY, NY
“New Faces, New Energy III”, Flick Gallery, Belfast, ME
“The American Living Room”, HERE Center for Contemporary Theater and Art, NY, NY
1993
“Women’s Art/Lives/Issues”, Tweed Gallery, NY, NY
1992
“Douglas Anderson and Julia Jacquette”, P.S. 122 Gallery, NY, NY
1989
Wood Constructions, New Prospect Café Brooklyn, NY
1988
Windsor Terrace Paintings, New Prospect Café Brooklyn, NY
New Paintings, The Bog Performance and Art Space Brooklyn, NY

Literatur

2005
Jan 05 "Julia Jacquette at Michael Steinberg", Faye Hirsh, Art in America
2003
Nov 03 "Bridal Party", Aric Chen, Surface
2002
Fall 02 "Bon Bon of the Vanities", Style and Entertaining supp., The New York Times Magazine, p.55
1998
Spring 98 “Art is Dead, Long Live Art!”, Rick Moody, Modern Painters, New York Issue, Volume 11, No. 1, p.80-81
1996
Dec 96 “Domestic Desire”, Ilka Scobie, Cover, New York, p.40-41
1996
Dec 96 “Ripple Effects: Painting and Language”, ed. Susan Bee & Mira Schor, New Observation, No.113, p.14-15
1996
Nov 96 “Palette Full of Ideas About What Painting Should Be”, Roberta Smith, The New York Times, p.C27
Writings by The Artist

“Julia Jacquette”, New Observations, ed. Susan Bee and Mira Schor, no. 113 (winter 1996): 14-15
“Working Conditions: A Forum on Art and Everyday Life by Younger Artists: Julia Jacquette.”
M/E/A/N/I/N/G, ed. Susan Bee and Mira Schor, no. 16 (November 1994):15-16.