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March — April, 2022

Julia Fish / recent paintings

David Nolan Gallery
24 East 81st Street
New York, NY


October 30 — December 11, 2021

Both And
selected works of Miyoko Ito
with Alex Chitty, Julia Fish,
Avery Nelson, Brittney Leanne Williams

Curated by Nicole Mauser
Tiger Strikes Asteroid (TSA)
Mana Contemporary
2233 S. Throop Street // 419
Chicago, IL

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Thursday November 18, 2021

Both And : artists talk / virtual conversation
with Jordan Stein, independent curator

6-7:30p Central
https://www.artdesignchicago.org/adcnow/events/artists-talk-both-and/


forthcoming, 2021

‘Julia Fish | floret : unbound’
texts by Julia Fish, Kate Nesin, David Nolan

96 pages / 31 color images, 13 b&w photographic illustrations

designed by Hillary Geller / Raventype, Chicago
printed by Graphicom, Italy
published by Julia Fish


August 26 — October 2, 2021

The American Landscape

David Nolan Gallery
24 East 81st Street
New York, NY


July 31 — September 6, 2021

feelings are facts

Curated by Izzy Lee and Jared Quinton
Poker Flats
112 Water Street
Williamstown, MA


May 21 — December 5, 2021

Private Eye : The Imagist Impulse in Chicago Art

Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields
4000 Michigan Road, Indianapolis, IN


November 7 — 15, 2020 / March 2 — May 2, 2021

The Long Dream

Museum of Contemporary Art
220 East Chicago Avenue
Chicago, IL


Julia Fish

‘finding Martin Barré : selected notes + annotations from quarantine’
in Transatlantique 1: Martin Barré. 2020

Molly Warnock, editor. New York: ER Publishing


September 12, 2019 – February 23, 2020

Julia Fish : bound by spectrum
solo exhibition / ten-year survey : selected paintings and works on paper

DePaul Art Museum / DPAM
935 West Fullerton Avenue, Chicago, IL

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selected reviews

Alex Jen. Frieze : ‘Finding a Home in the Layered Abstractions of Julia Fish’ / March 10, 2020

Judith Russi Kirshner. The Seen : ‘Julia Fish: Illuminations of Partial Recall’ / October 20, 2020

John Yau. Hyperallergic : ‘It’s Okay Not to be a Member of the Club’ / May 30, 2020


‘Julia Fish : bound by spectrum’

exhibition catalogue / essays :
Julie Rodrigues Widholm, Kate Nesin, Colm Tóibín, Daniel Wheeler
+ selected studio notations by Julia Fish

156 pp. / full color images.
DPAM publication. Distributed by University of Chicago Press / September 2019


September 12, 2019 – February 23, 2020

architectural annotations

Burnham Brothers, Douglas Garofalo, Giovanni Battista Piranesi – architects /
Andrew Norman, Anne Leilehua Lanzilotti – composers / musicians

selected by Julia Fish for DPAM in alignment with the Third Chicago Architecture Biennial.
DePaul Art Museum / DPAM
935 West Fullerton Avenue, Chicago, IL