Born 1977 in Toronto. Lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.
2006-2008 Parsons, the New School for Design, MFA, Fine Arts
1996-2001 McGill University, BA, Art History
Göthenburg, Sweden, 3:e Vâningen, Julia Dault
Jessica Bradley Gallery, Toronto
Blame It on the Rain, Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver (catalogue in association with The Power Plant)
Maker's Mark, Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York2014
Color Me Badd, The Power Plant, Toronto (catalogue)
Rhythm Nation 2014, China Art Objects, Los Angeles
Excellent Adventure, Galerie Bob van Orsouw, Zurich
Jessica Bradley Gallery, Toronto
Inside the White Cube, White Cube Bermondsey, London
Total Picture Control, Blackston Gallery, New York
Sweet Sixteen, China Art Objects Galleries, Los Angeles, CA
Champagne Life, Saatchi Gallery, London
Massif Central Presents, Andrew Rafacz Gallery, Chicago
Below Another Sky, Glasgow Print Studio
Elevated, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto
Moira Dryer Project, Eleven Rivington, New York
Americana: Selections from the Collection, Perez Art Museum Miami
Outside the Lines, Contemporary Arts Museum Houston
Green Flower Street, Tatiana Kourochkina Galeria, Istanbul
In the Heart of the Country, Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw
Inner Visions, Maison Particulière, Brussels
Traces of Life, Wentrup Gallery, Berlin
Julia Dault | Fred Sandback, lumber room, Portland, Oregon
Algebraic Topology, Galería Casado Santapau, Madrid
Jessica Bradley Inc., Toronto
Roundtable, Ninth Gwangju Biennale, Gwangju, South Korea
On Geometry and Speculation, Marrakech Biennale, Marrakech, Morocco
The Ungovernables: The New Museum Triennial, New Museum, New York
Rotary Connection, Casey Kaplan Gallery, New York
Everything Must Go, Casey Kaplan Gallery, New York
Making Is Thinking, Witte de With, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Public Records, The Museum of Public Fiction, Los Angeles
Substance Abuse, Leo Koenig Projekte, New York
The Unnaming of Parts, Blackston Gallery, New York
Material Reciprocity, Possible Projects, Brooklyn
O Canada!, Gallery MC, New York
MFA Thesis Exhibition, The Kitchen, New York
BIBLIOGRAPHY—CATALOGUES AND BOOKS
Outside the Lines. Houston: Contemporary Arts Museum Houston.
Below Another Sky. Aberdeen, Scotland: Aberdeen City Council, Aberdeen Art Gallery & Museums
Julia Dault: Inside the White Cube. Essay by Suzanne Hudson. London: White Cube.
Joo, Eungie, ed. The Ungovernables. New York: Rizzoli / The New Museum.
Khalidi, Hicham, ed. On Geometry and Speculation. Marrakech: Marrakech Biennale.
BIBLIOGRAPHY—ARTICLES AND REVIEWS
Farago, Jason. “Goings On: Julia Dault,” The New Yorker, March 23. Musteata,
Natalie. “Critics’ Pick: Julia Dault,” Artforum.com, February 27. http://artforum.com/archive/id=50428 “The Lookout: Julia Dault,” Art in America online, February 26. http://www.artinamericamagazine.com/exhibitions/julia-dault/
O’Leary, Savannah. “Julia Dault’s Mark,” Interview, February 23. http://www.interviewmagazine.com/art/julia-dault-makers-mark-marianne-boesky
Vogel, Wendy. “Studio Check: Julia Dault,” Modern Painters, October (cover).
Luo, Amy. “Julia Dault Clashes Décor & Depth in Toronto,” Canadian Art online, September 29,
Whyte, Murray. “Abstract Ideas,” Toronto Star, September 21, E4.
Everett-Green, Robert. “Rules and Regulations,” The Global and Mail, September 20, R1, R5.
“50 Women Artists Worth Watching,” Art & Auction, September, pp. 82–91.
Hudson, Suzanne. “Julia Dault” (exhibition review), Artforum, September, pp. 384–85.
So, Chris. "Julia Dault's Color Me Badd marks first solo museum exhibit," The Star, September 21.
Green, Robert. "Julia Dault's playful art follows her own strict rules," The Globe and Mail, September 19.
Mizota, Sharon. “Julia Dault Composes Musical Eruptions of Color,” Los Angeles Times, May 30.
“PAMM, Virginia Miller Exhibits Explore Abstraction,” Miami Herald, March 23.
“The Next Generation,” Architectural Digest, December, pp. 60–68.
Budick, Ariella. “Art Show: Julia Dault,” Elle Décor, December, pp. 78–80.
Gallpen, Britt and Leah Sandals. “5 Questions for Julia Dault,” Canadian Art online, October 27, http://www.canadianart.ca/features/2013/10/27/5-questions-for-julia-dault/
Bouthillier, Rose. “Julia Dault at Jessica Bradley Annex,” C Magazine, Summer, pp. 42–43.
Walsha, Meeka and Robert Enright. “Imperfect Perfections: The Art of Julia Dault,” Border Crossings, June, pp. 54–63.
Tomic, Milena. “Julia Dault.” Art in America, May, pp. 175–76.
Kunitz, Daniel. “The Best Booths at the Armory Show: A Critic’s Take,” Artinfo.com, March 7,
Monachesi, Juliana. “Lávêm Elles—Artes,” Harper’s Bazaar Brazil, March, p. 171.
“21 Questions for Anti–Finish Fetishist and ‘Tacky Fabrics’ Redeemer Julia Dault,” Artinfo.com, February 25.
Milroy, Sarah.“The World According to Dault,” Toronto Globe and Mail, January 26, R5.
Cohen, Shawna. “Culture Influencers: Julia Dault,” Fashion , November, pp. 178, 180.
Wolin, Joseph. Canadian Art, Fall. (feature; forthcoming)
Cotter, Suzanne. “The Ungovernables.” Artforum, May.
Thorson, Alice. “The Triennial at New York’s New Museum Is Anything but Ironic,” The Kansas City Star, March 30, 2012
Banks, Eric. “Against Monuments.” The New York Review of Books online, March 17.
Cotter, Holland. “Quiet Disobedience.” The New York Times, February 17.
Prickett, Sarah Nicole. “Portfolio: Julia Dault.” Toronto Standard, February 17.
Chou, Kimberly. “Local Talent Leads Downtown Triennial.” The Wall Street Journal, February 10.
“Goings on About Town: Art,” New Yorker, March 12, 2012.
“100 Artists to Watch,” Modern Painters, December 2011-January 2012.
Delahunty, Gavin. “Thinking Not Thinking.” Making Is Thinking. Rotterdam: Witte de With Publications.
Perl, Jed. “Social Action,” Jed Perl, The New Republic, May 31.
“Short List,” New Yorker, March 15.
“Listings,” New Yorker, October 15-21.
Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto
Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw
Pérez Art Museum Miami
Saatchi Gallery, London
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York
FELLOWSHIPS, GRANTS, AWARDS, DISTINCTIONS
Koerner Artist in Residence, Queens University, Kingston, Ontario
Artist-in-residence, Dundee Contemporary Arts Print Studio, Scotland
Juror, The Millay Colony, Austerlitz, New York
Milton & Sally Avery Fellow, The Millay Colony, Austerlitz, New York
Travel Grant, Canada Council for the Arts
Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, Portland, Oregon
The Power Plant, Toronto
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New YorkKatherine Bernhardt, Sarah Braman, Bjorn Copeland, Billy Childish, Julia Dault, Kim Fisher, Morgan Fisher, Karin Gulbran, Mark Hagen, Thomas Helbig, Sean Landers, JP Munro, Seb Patane, Jon Pylypchuk, David Von Schlegell, Eric Wesley, Pae White, Thomas Zipp - Sweet Sixteen
May 2 to May 30, 2015 Julia Dault - Rhythm Nation 2014
Apr 19 to Jun 7, 2014 Sarah Braman, Julia Dault, Sam Falls, Kim Fisher, Mark Hagen, JP Munro, Seb Patane, Jon Pylypchuk, Pae White - Frieze Art Fair and Frieze Sculpture Park
Oct 9 to Oct 14, 2012
- Julia Dault - Modern Painters , Wendy Vogel October 2 (PDF)
- Julia Dault's playful art follows her own strict rules , ROBERT EVERETT-GREEN September 23 (PDF)
- Julia Dault's Color Me Badd marks first solo exhibition September 23 (PDF)
- Julia Dault: Beauty at a Complicated Angle , Sarah Nicole Prickett September 18 (PDF)
- Julia Dault, China Art Objects Galleries, Artforum , Suzanne Hudson September 4 (PDF)
- Review: Julia Dault composes musical eruptions of color, Los Angeles Times , SHARON MIZOTA May 31 (PDF)
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- Canadian Art Feature , Joseph R. Wolin September 1 (PDF)
- On Geometry and Speculation February 29 (PDF)
- The New York Times, Quiet Disobedience , Holland Cotter February 17 (PDF)
- New Museum Triennial Catalogue , Lauren Cornell February 14 (PDF)
- The New York Times, The Week Ahead , Karen Rosenberg February 12 (PDF)
- The Wall Street Journal, Local Talent Leads Downtown Triennial , Kimberly Chou February 10 (PDF)
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