Articles Posted by Julia Monte

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Julia Monté is a Senior Editor of Informality Blog. She has a BFA in Painting and Creative Writing from the Kansas City Art Institute, graduating May 2018. In the past, she has been a resident at the New York Studio Residency Program where she wrote from the views of NYC (see "Issue 3: Julia Monte’s View From NYC"). Currently, she is making small drawings and large installations in her studio at Vulpes Bastille in Kansas City, Missouri.
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The work of Baron Mattern and Max Pond were shown together in an act of radical transparency; the artists let the viewers into the …

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Have you ever seen that show on Netflix, The Toys That Made Us? It is what I thought of when I saw Really, Apparently …

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Currently on view at the H&R Block Artspace is artist Dannielle Tegeder’s (New York,NY) exhibition, Chroma Machine Suite: Forecasting Fault Lines in the Cosmos. …

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Jaimie Warren, a photographer, multi-media artist, and organizer based in NYC has always had a distinctive perspective and persona throughout her work. Whoop Dee …

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It was via email I was able to meet and interview former Charlotte Street Fellows Mike Erickson and Erica Lynne Hanson about 1522 St. …

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New York artist Betty Tompkins creates powerful, photorealist paintings that have received an array of responses from enthusiastic to aghast. A gallery in Zurich …

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Our current political climate has brought us to state of deliriousness. We resist these forces of political immorality while becoming passive to its effect …

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Baseera Khan just had her first solo show in New York City, iamuslima. Khan presented work that packages her social and personal identities with …

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Jordan Kasey exhibits six new large-scale paintings, encircling and filling the space with visions of whimsy. “Exoplanet,” at Nicelle Beauchene Gallery in Soho, permits …

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At H&R Block Artspace, Dawit L. Petros’ The Stranger’s Notebook, brings a conversation that asks what it means to be a stranger to other …

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