JULIETTE DUMAS

(French, b. 1987 in Paris.  Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY)

 

As an artist whose work is informed by a deep preoccupation about planet earth and our relationship to it, Dumas uses the physical properties of her materials and the dynamics of their interaction, to create poignant metaphors for humanity’s struggle to control the effects of environmental degradation.

 

Dumas completed her BA at Villa Arson in Nice France and her MFA at School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) in 2013. Dumas has been awarded artist residencies at Festival Grandeur Nature, Ristolas, France in 2009 and La Station, Nice in 2015.  She was nominated for Clare Rosen & Samuel Edes Foundation Prize for Emerging Artists by the Painting and Drawing Department of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Dumas' work was featured in notable group and solo exhibitions including “Winter Studies” (2015), Kunstverein Gaestezimmer E.V, Stuttgart, Germany (Curated by Alf Setzer);  “Ad Hoc”(2015), La Station, Nice, France (curated by Collectif Culbuto). 

 

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HYPERALLERGIC BEST of 2018: Our Top 15 Brooklyn Art Shows Here are our favorite Brooklyn shows of 2018, brought to you by the writers and editors of Hyperallergic.
ARTCRITICAL Featured item from THE LIST: Juliette Dumas at Silas von Morisse
April 29, 2018
DELICIOUS LINE JULIETTE DUMAS ANGELS Reviewed by William Corwin
26 April 2018
HYPERALLERGIC Whale Paintings Evoke the Giant Mammals’ Suffering and Scarring by Peter Malone
April 16, 2018
WALL STREET INTERNATIONAL Juliette Dumas. Angels
April 15, 2018
BLOUIN ARTINFO
BLOUIN ARTINFO Datebook: Juliette Dumas’ ‘No Safe Harbor’ at ART 3, New York
7 September - 2 October 2016
MANAPARE.US JULIETTE DUMAS at ART 3
VAIHINGEN & MöHRINGEN Wasser und Folie in verschiedenen Zuständen by Sabine Schwiedern
VAIHINGEN & MöHRINGEN, Wasser und Folie in verschiedenen Zuständen, by Sabine Schwieder
ART IN AMERICA | Notes From Inside the Black Box by Vera Dika, March 2015