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March — April, 2022

Julia Fish / recent paintings

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

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October 30 — December 11, 2021

March 2 — May 2, 2021

Miyoko Ito : Transmutations

Curated by Nicole Mauser
Selected works by Miyoko Ito, Alex Chitty,
Julia Fish, Avery Nelson, Brittney Leanne Williams.

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

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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

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August 26 — October 2, 2021

The American Landscape

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

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July 31 — September 6, 2021

feelings are facts

Curated by Izzy Lee and Jared Quinton

Poker Flats
112 Water Street
Williamstown, MA

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May 21 — December 5, 2021

Private Eye : The Imagist Impulse in Chicago Art

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

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

The Long Dream

Museum of Contemporary Art
220 East Chicago Avenue
Chicago, IL

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Julia Fish

‘finding Martin Barré : selected notes + annotations from quarantine’

in Transatlantique 1: Martin Barré. 2020

Molly Warnock, editor. New York: ER Publishing

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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

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‘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

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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