Julianne Swartz

Born in Phoenix, AZ, Julianne Swartz lives and works in Stone Ridge, New York. She is best known for her interdisciplinary practice, which yields multisensory installations. Ongoing installations include: In Harmonicity, the Tonal Walkway, at MASS MoCA, MA; Blue Sky with Rainbow, at the Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth, AU; and Terrain, at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, IN. A permanent Percent for Art project will be completed in the Hunters Point Community Library, a newly constructed building by Steven Hall in Queens, New York this fall. Past exhibitions include Hedges, Edges, Dirt, at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Richmond, VA (2019) Sonic Arcade: Shaping Space with Sound at the Museum of Art and Design, NY, NY; (2017) Resonant Spaces at the Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, NH (2017). a traveling mid-career survey, How Deep is Your, the deCordova Museum, Lincoln, MA (2012), Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, AZ (2013), and Indianapolis Museum of Art, IN (2014). Explode Everyday: An Inquiry into the Phenomena of Wonder, MASS MoCA, North Adams, MA (2016); Terrain, De Oude Kerk, Amsterdam, NL (2013); Digital Empathy, The Highline, New York (2011); The Sound of Light, The Jewish Museum, New York (2009); Voice and Void, Aldrich Museum, Ridgefield, CT (2007); the Liverpool Biennial, Tate Museum, UK (2006); and the Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (2004). in 2015, Swartz was the recipient of the Anonymous was a Women Award.

 

Press

BOMB Magazine | January 2, 2019
UrbanGlass | February 22, 2018
ARTNews | January 2, 2018
Artcritical | December 30, 2017
The Dartmouth | October 12, 2017
Observer | October 11, 2017
Sculpture | May 2017
MICE BTN | October 2016
The Boston Globe | June 23, 2016
The Charlotte Observer | February 11, 2016
Sculpture | May 2015
ARTFORUM | December 2012
Boston Globe | September 15, 2012
Wall Street Journal | August 31, 2012

Exhibit Review

The New Yorker | June 2012
Art in America | June 13, 2012
New York Magazine | June 11, 2012
SOCO | March 2011
The New Yorker | February 2009
Terrain | February 2009

Josée Bienvenu Press Release

Artforum | February 2009
The Jewish Daily Forward | December 22, 2008
Sculpture | May 2008
"We Interrupt Your Program," Mills College Art Museum | March 2008

Josée Bienvenu Press Release

Rhizome.org | May 2007

Exhibit Review

The New Yorker | May 2007
The New York Sun | May 2007

Exhibit Review: Open

The Village Voice | May 2007

Exhibit Review

Hope | April 2007

Josée Bienvenu Press Release

New York Art | April 2007

Julianne Swartz Critc's Pick