Curated Artist Registry

The White Columns Curated Artist Registry is an online catalog of digital images documenting the work of artists who are not affiliated with a commercial gallery in New York City. Each submission is reviewed by our curatorial staff; in order to be considered for the registry, one must submit work digitally via this website.

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Brooklyn NY US
Updated: 2017-01-19 02:19:15


Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY


Solo Exhibitions/ Projects


Let Me In, Let Me Out, B2OA Gallery, New York, NY


That Side, This Side, No Side, Bill Brady KC, Kansas City, MO

Coming Together, Coming Apart, Nanzuka, Tokyo, Japan

She's Crafty, New Museum Shop, New York, NY

Forever And Longer, Colette, Paris, France


Security Is Mostly A Superstition, The Half Gallery, New York, NY


Forever, The Standard Miami Beach, Miami, FL

All For You, The Standard Shop, New York, NY


Emigrate, Travessia, New York, NY

Again and Again, Kantor / Feuer Window, New York, NY


Loves Me, x-girl, New York, NY


Group Exhibitions


They Sicken of the Calm Who Know the Storm, curated by Maureen Sullivan, Fridman Gallery, New York, NY


Spring/Break Art Show, Old School, New York, NY


It Ain't Fair, OHWOW, Miami, FL

Americana, Grey Area, New York, NY

Autumn Place, Nanzuka, Tokyo, Japan

East West Shift to the Middle, Bill Brady/KC, Kansas City, MO

Figured, Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn, NY


Contemporary Clay, RH Gallery, New York, NY

January White Sale, curated by Beth Rudin DeWoody, Loretta Howard Gallery, New York, NY

A Strange Affinity to the Beautiful and the Dreadful, Hendershot Gallery, New York, NY, curated by Maureen Sullivan


Postermat, The Hole, New York, NY

It Ain't Fair, OHWOW, Miami, FL


It Ain't Fair, OHWOW, Miami, FL

The Drop: Exhibition 2012+, curated by Alexandra Chang & Mie Iwatsuki, 531 W 25th St. NYC

The House Was Quiet and the World Was Calm, Tina Kim Gallery, New York, NY, curated by Chris Lew, Curatorial Dept. P.S. 1


Back to the Drawing Board, Michael Steinberg Fine Art, New York, NY

Object Salon, Curated by Bob Nickas, Kathy Grayson, Pascal Spengemann, Brooke Geahan & Thomas Beale, Honey Space, New York, NY


Holiday Shopping Show, Curated by Robin Kahn, Emily Harvey Foundation, New York, NY

Summer Hot, Taipei Cultural Center, New York, NY

Everyday is different, Michael Steinberg Fine Art, New York, NY

Artists in Residence, The Creative Center, New York, NY


Copilandia, Curated by Robin Kahn, Centro de Arte de Sevilla, Seville, Spain, Dec. 28, 2005-Jan. 8, 2006

From the Artist's Studio- Wish You Were Here, Curated by Franklin Sirmans, part of co-dependent in conjunction with Art Basel Miami Beach, The Living Room, Miami, FL

Lovely Daze Book Launch, Printed Matter, New York, NY

The Patch, Spencer Brownstone Gallery. New York, NY

The Holiday Shopping Show, Wallspace, New York, NY

Primo, Buia Gallery, New York, NY, June 24-August 1

Other Worlds, Buia Gallery, New York, NY, Jan. 9-Feb. 7


Holiday Shopping II, Wallspace, New York, NY

Sustain, Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NY

The Theory of Relative Power, Curated by Franklin Sirmans, Henry Street Settlement, New York, NY

Dream Garden, a collaboration with Ryan McGinness, Deitch Projects, New York, NY

Holiday Shopping, Wallspace, New York, NY


To Market to Market, Curated by Robin Kahn, Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

The Worst of Gordon Pym Continued, Printed Matter, New York, NY


Senior exhibition, New York University, New York, NY




Indrisek, Scott. Julia Chiang, Whitewall Magazine, Winter 2014


100 Best Fall Shows, Modern Painters, September 2013

Clement, Ben. Portrait Series, Champ Magazine, Issue 7, September - January 2014

Chiang, Julia. Coming Together, Coming Apart. New York: Picturebox and Nanzuka, 2013. Print.

Allen, Linlee. Curating Colette, Vault New Art and Culture, Issue 3, April 2013

Ruth Lee, Maia. Julia, Top Magazine, Issue 4, 2013


Charmoy, Maud, Le carnet d'adresses de Julia Chiang,, April 12, 2012

Miller, Ken. Julia Chiang Makes Subtle Challenges,, April, 4, 2012

Lévy-Frébault, Tiphane. Julia Chiang, toujours plus loin,, April 3, 2012


100 Artists to Watch, Modern Painters, Dec. 2011/Jan. 2012

Balestin, Juliana. Julia Chiang, Purple Magazine, Fall 2011/2012, Vol.III, Issue 16

Hirsch, Faye. Pure Clay: Young Sook Park and Lee Ufan and Contemporary Clay, Art in America, Nov. 2011

Chang, Richard. Interview with Conceptual Artist Julia Chiang,, April 14, 2011

Nathan, Emily. A Fair(l)y darker Tale,, January 30, 2011


Frank, Alex, Sweet Dreams, The Fader, Feb/March 2010


Lee, Carol, The Next Irascibles, Paper Magazine, October 2009


You, Michelle, profile: artist Julia Chiang, Theme Magazine, Summer Issue 2007


Neil, Jonathan T.D., Between Embroidery and Suture, Modern Painters, July/August 2005

Tsai, Charwei, Lovely Daze, a collection of artists' writings and artworks, 2005


Friedling, Melissa Pearl, Other Worlds, Flash Art, March/April 2004


Zucker, Seth, Identity, Sherman, Winter 2002/2003 #1


Nakamura, Eric, Dream Gardeners, Giant Robot, Issue 26

Galleries Downtown, The New Yorker, July 19, 2002

Robinson, Walter, Weekend Update,, July 2002


Smith, Roberta. The Worst of Gordon Pym, The New York Times, November 16, 2001


Residencies & Grants


Anderson Ranch Arts Center, 3 month Artist in Residence, Snowmass, CO (Jan-April 2009)


The Creative Center, Artist-in-Residence, Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, NY- invited to return


Vermont Studio Center, 2 week Sculpture Fellowship, Johnson, VT


The Creative Center (, Artist-in-Residence, Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, NY


Henry Street Settlement, 1 year Artist- in- Resident, New York, NY


Vermont Studio Center, 4 week Sculpture Fellowship, Johnson, VT


HAP Clay Studios, 3 month residency, Beijing, China


Editions on View


Your I Love Yous edition with Case Studyo

2011- current 2010 - current

The Standard Shop, New York, NY

Iconoclast Editions, Cincinnati, OH


Yvon Lambert Bookshop, Paris, France

OHWOW, New York, NY

2009 - current

The New Museum, New York, NY




New York University, New York, NY, BA with double majors in Art History & Studio Art

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