Curatorial Project: Ctrl+P at AAC
I co-curated a large, non-traditional printmaking exhibition with Kristina Bilonick in 'Ctrl+P: New Directions in Printmaking' at the Arlington Arts Center, the largest non-Federal contemporary arts center in Washington, DC. On view June 22, 2012 - September 16, 2012, the opening was on Saturday, June 23. More information is available at http://juliechaeprojects.com/artwork/2696430_Ctrl_P_At_Arlington_Arts_Center_June_22.html
Conversation with Ali Banisadr
Review of Liz Markus: '11'
Conversation with Lisa Gold in the Huffington Post
An excerpt of my interview with Lisa Gold, Executive Director of the Washington Projects for the Arts (WPA), appears in the Huffington Post at http://www.huffingtonpost.com/julie-chae
KCLOG: Out and About with Julie: Corcoran Gallery of Art
Many Washingtonians celebrated Martin Luther King Jr Day by visiting the Corcoran Gallery of Art's exhibitions: 30 Americans; Hank Willis Thomas: Strange Fruit; and Gordon Parks: Photographs from the Collection.http://kclogblog.blogspot.com/2012/01/ou
Interview with Curator Herb Tam in the Huffington Post
An excerpt of my interview with Herb Tam, Curator and Director of Exhibitions at the Museum of Chinese in America (MoCA), appears in the Huffington Post at http://www.huffingtonpost.com/julie-chae
Interview with Camilo Alvarez in the Huffington Post
An excerpt of my interview with Camilo Alvarez -- Owner, Director, Curator and Preparator of Samson -- appears in the Huffington Post at http://www.huffingtonpost.com/julie-chae
Curatorial Project: Melissa Brown's Dotto Lotto at Winkleman's Curatorial Research Lab
My curatorial project of Melissa Brown's Dotto Lotto project in on view Sept 9 - Oct 15, 2011at Curatorial Research Lab @ Winkleman Gallery, 621 West 27th St., NYC 10001.
More information available at http://juliechaeprojects.com/section/251
Jayson Keeling's Solo Exhibition
Top 10 of 2010
Vince Contarino and Kris Chatterson, those terrific dudes at KCLOGBLOG, asked Julie Chae to submit her end-of-the-year list of Top Ten exhibitions for 2010. They appear at KCLOG: Julie Chae: Top Ten of 2010.
Jayson Keeling in 30 Seconds Off An Inch
Congratulations to Jayson Keeling whose installation art is on view at The Studio Museum in Harlem's "30 Seconds Off An Inch" (November 12, 2009 - March 14, 2010). This highly-anticipated exhibition displays work by outstanding black conceptual artists such as Glenn Ligon, David Hammons, Nadine Robinson, William Pope L., Chris Ofili, Dave McKenzie and Shinique Smith, among others. Jayson works in video, painting, photography and sculpture/installation, and he had a held-over solo exhibition last month at the Abrons Arts Center of Henry Street Settlement called "Behind the Green Door."
Trajal Harrell at Performa 09
After critically-acclaimed, sold out performances in October at the New Museum with "Twenty Looks or Paris is Burning at the Judson Church (S)" featuring artwork by Franklin Evans, Trajal Harrell performed in Wangechi Mutu's "Stone Ihiga," a Performa 09 Commission, November 13th -15th at Saatchi & Saatchi, in New York.
Trajal Harrell & Franklin Evans at New Museum
The New Museum of Contemporary Art in New York presents Trajal Harrell's "Twenty Looks or Paris is Burning at the Judson Church (S)" featuring artwork by Franklin Evans
(October 1-2, 2009). In this work, critically-acclaimed choreographer (and longtime friend of the gallery) Trajal Harrell
explores the question: What would have happened in 1963 if someone from the voguing ball scene in Harlem had come downtown to perform alongside the early postmoderns at Judson Church? More info: http://www.newmuseum.org/events/371
and at: http://newyork.timeout.com/articles/danc
The Cursed Chateau Curated by Tim Hutchings at IndyMOCA
Art by Alexander DeMaria
and Todd White
were on view at the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art during August - September 2009 in "The Cursed Chateau," an exhibition and book curated by Timothy Hutchings. IndyMoCA presented a satellite exhibition of "The Cursed Chateau" with additional artwork in a booth at GenCon 2009 (August 13-16) in Indianapolis. See http://timothyhutchings.com/Site/Cursed
Burton Commissions Todd White for Snowboard Design
Todd White has been commissioned by Burton Snowboards to create original artwork for their 2011 "Deuce" snowboards. We're snowboarders here.
Franklin Evans' Installation at Sharpe Foundation Studios
Franklin Evans transformed his entire studio at the Marie Walsh Sharpe Foundation SPACE Program into a large-scale installation for the SPACE Program's Open Studios (April 24 - 26, 2009). A one-year project that will continue until August 2009, this time-specific installation is composed of discrete components, some as small as a brushstroke on a piece of tape that is moved around, and explores the systems/concepts of time, measurement and "-scape," among others.
Kelly Sherman Solo Show in Boston 2009
New work by Kelly Sherman was on view in her solo show, "Success & Happiness" at Barbara Krakow (May 30 - July 3, 2009).
Chris Abrams in "De/Construct II" in Providence, RI
' on-site installation "Portend" is on display at "De/Construct II" in Providence, RI's Jewelry District during April 2009. See http://deconstruct2.blogspot.com/
. Chris, an important friend of the gallery and former teacher/mentor to numerous terrific artists including Natasha Bowdoin and Alex DeMaria, is currently teaching art at Brandeis University.
Alexander DeMaria in New American Paintings
Check out New American Paintings Book 80 (2008-2009 Northeast Edition). Hot off the presses, this "exhibition-in-print" features Alexander DeMaria, among others, and presents a considered review of promising young artists by juror Jen Mergel, ICA/Boston Associate Curator.
Franklin Evans - El Museo del Barrio Acquisition
El Museo del Barrio acquired several works by Franklin Evans for its permanent collection in December 2008.
Todd White at Privateer Gallery (11/15 - 12/21/08)
Works by Todd White are on view at Privateer Gallery's "Freaks" exhibition in Brooklyn, New York. Some other artists in the show include: Trenton Doyle Hancock, Lamar Peterson, Jason Irwin, Derrick Adams and Peter Saul. On view November 15 - December 21, 2008). See |http://privateergallery.com/
Christopher Davison at Rose Art Museum/Brandeis (9/26/08 - 12/14/08)
Four works by Christopher Davison are on view at the Rose Art Museums Invisible Rays: The Surrealism Legacy. Curated by Director Michael Rush, this spectacular exhibition presents thirty artists from the Roses permanent collection including Dali, Ernst, Tanguy, Pollock, Rauschenberg and Johns, among many others, who found inspiration in surrealist dreams. The special dreamscape design of this exhibition pays homage to Marcel Duchamps design of the 1938 International Surrealist Exhibition at the Galerie Beaux-Arts in Paris. Bring your own flashlight or borrow one from the Rose, but do not miss this show! On view September 26, 2008 - December 14, 2008.
2 Dec. 2007 Boston Globe Critics' Picks - Visual Arts
On the Horizon
Dorota Kolodziejczyk's edgy, lush color field-style paintings at Julie Chae Gallery play bait and switch with landscape, deftly treading the line between abstraction and representation. For the works in "Dorota Kolodziejczyk: Scenic," she stains and pours paint vertically on the canvas, sometimes prodding it with a brush, then turns the work on its side so all the verticals read like horizon lines. Those horizons build into shifty, spacious landscapes, but look twice and they flatten into an all-surface ode to color. At 450 Harrison Ave., through Saturday. 617-357-0001, juliechae gallery.com
- Cate McQuaidhttp://www.boston.com/news/globe/living/
30 Sept. 2007 - Ken Johnson "Picks" Us
According to Boston Globe Art Critic Ken Johnson, we are a "Globe Pick" for art galleries and events in September and October of 2007. Excerpt:Globe pick:
There's a new gallery in town, and it's currently hosting a lively exhibition of paintings, drawings, and prints by 14 estimable, mostly New York-based artists.
The show includes vibrant Pop-style abstractions by Amanda Church, images and patterns densely layered in ink and watercolor by Franklin Evans, and a deadpan portrait by Jackie Gendel.
--- Ken Johnson, Globe staff