Topic: New(s).

Opening Solo Exhibition at Zuiderzee Museum

Topics: Work on View , Invitation and New(s)
Posted:August 7, 2016 by Julia

You are invited to the private opening of my first Museum exhibition in The Netherlands...!
Since moving to Amsterdam from New York a few years ago, I have been developing a body of work about my emotional experience immigrating to this country and tracing my roots here. I am very excited that one of the places where I conducted my research, the Zuiderzee Museum in Enkhuizen, invited me not only to develop my work into sculptures but also to exhibit the results. 

I hope you will be able to come and celebrate the culmination of this phase of the project and the acquisition of the Zuiderzee Museum of several of my works. I feel very honoured to have my work join their collection, which combines traditional arts and crafts alongside contemporary art and design inspired by it. There will be limited space at the Opening, so please RSVP by clicking the link below

Details
Sunday 21 August from 14:00-17:00
Acquisition Exhibition: Julia Mandle "An Immigration" (on now through 6 November 2016)
Zuiderzee Museum (inside/binnen museum) 

Directions 
RSVP here by email by August 15 

Review in Artscope Magazine

Topics: Work on View and New(s)
Posted:July 18, 2016 by Julia

Review by Suzanne Volmer, Artscope Magazine

"Of Water & Bone: Mother/Daughter Mandle in Newport" 

July/August 2016

 

 

"...The artists' aesthetics have gravitational pull toward process charged with cultural awareness and investigatory layering of content worth contemplating, especially in an election year. Gayle explores global issues of water sustainability and Julia examines the topic of immigration..."

 

 

Review Washington Post

Topics: New(s)
Posted:June 13, 2016 by Julia

From recent review by Mark Jenkins "Washington Post" on June 10, 2016:

"The centerpiece of the Greater Reston Arts Center show is “Study for a Monument,” which arrays 88 charred and battered chairs on one side of a wooden teeter-totter. Inspired by the Arab Spring and the Occupy protests, the assemblage resembles a cresting wave.

That imagery is even more apparent in “Rising Tide,” an embroidered silhouette in which chairs surge higher, unconstrained by the gallery’s ceiling. But other works show burning thrones or plummeting chairs, invoking destruction and defeat."

Read whole article:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/entertainment/museums/in-the-galleries-wells-and-barnes-offer-many-seats-but-no-place-to-sit/2016/06/10/e53e5ba0-2c03-11e6-9b37-42985f6a265c_story.html

Julia Mandle receives Mondriaan support for upcoming Residency

Topics: New(s)
Posted:November 4, 2015 by Julia

I am very grateful to soon begin a residency supported by the Mondriaan Fonds at the renowned European Ceramic Work Centre where I will continue to develop my body of work called "An Immigration," which is about making tangible my own experience of moving to The Netherlands and attending a required language and assimilation course. This new body of work is also about migrating from one material to another: from sail cloth to ceramic. This residency follows my intensive research period, which was based in part at the Tilburg Textile Lab and the Zuiderzee Museum, where I was able to study the 17th century art of sailmaking. For more information, see previous blog.

 

Julia Mandle in residency at EKWC from mid December 2015 - March 2016

Dust, Dialogue, and Uncertainty

Topics: Work on View , Invitation and New(s)
Posted:December 1, 2014 by Julia

I would like to invite you to the opening of Dust, Dialogue and Uncertainty, which will feature my project Dirty Cookies.

The exhibition Dust, Dialogue and Uncertainty opens on Thursday night December 4 from 6:00-8:00pm.

 

Pratt Manhattan Gallery

144 West 14th Street, 2nd floor

New York, NY 10011 

 

The exhibition is curated by slowLab and presents a range of philosophical and creative positions that suggest more holistic and critical perspectives for addressing the complexity of our ever-accelerating world. 

Hope you can come to the Opening. Exhibition runs through February 7, 2015.
Best, Julia

Artists and Designers
Alessandra Pomarico, Amy Franceschini
Caroline Nevejan, Fallen Fruit
Fernando García-Dory, Henriëtte Waal
Jeanne van Heeswijk, Judith Wehmeyer van den Boom, 
Jellie Dekker, Jorge Otero-Pailos
Julia Mandle, Lanka Horstink
Lucie Libotte, Ljiljana Rodic-Wiersma
Maria Blaisse, Mayke Nas, Monika Hoinkis


The production of Dirty Cookies 2014 is made possible in part by the generosity of Olivia Douglas & David DiDomenico, Marie Nugent-Head, and Goldman Sachs. The project has been created through the invaluable input and support from Jonathan Matthew Russell-Anelli, Murray McBride from The Department of Crop and Soil Sciences at Cornell University and their program Healthy Soils/Healthy Communities. Support for citywide soil collecting and testing came through the involvement of the AP Environmental Science Students and teachers Julie Mankiewicz and Edward Wren at The Bronx High School of Science. The project would not have been realized without the support from Nathan Elbogen and The Old American Can Factory, Sarah Louise Lilley, and Tricia Martin. The additional ‘dirt’ meditation program was made possible through the involvement of Puntsokla and the access provided by Bill Dillworth and The Earth Room, Dia Center for the Arts. 

Lecture December 13, 2013

Topics: New(s)
Posted:February 7, 2014 by Julia

I am pleased to be a featured speaker for the ArtEZ Art Festival "Just Another Day." I will talk about my recent projects and upcoming work that I will create during the festival. Wonderful to be interviewed by the engaging Sarah Meuleman during my talk.

 

Location: ArtEZ campus, Zwolle, The Netherlands

Review Art News April 2013

Topics: New(s)
Posted:April 12, 2013 by Julia

Pleased to receive a positive review by Doug McClemont in "ARTnews" of our recent exhibition "Game II: Recent Works by Gayle Wells Mandle and Julia Mandle" at Leila Heller Gallery (NYC). See page 99. 

Review NY Gallerist

Topics: New(s)
Posted:February 20, 2013 by Julia

In this week's Gallerist NY reviewer Zoe Lescaze writes, "Chelsea galleries are better known for serving the super rich than taking them to task, but if any 1-percent patrons happened upon Leila Heller Gallery  last Tuesday night, they were in for a surprise. A panel discussion devoted to economic inequality brought Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz and Thomson Reuters Digital Editor Chrystia Freeland to the gallery to speak alongside Roger Mandle, executive director of the Qatar Museums Authority, and artist Gayle Mandle."

 

Read the entire article HERE.

Article in Vertical

Topics: New(s)
Posted:February 4, 2013 by Julia

Please find below a link to the recent article about "Game II" that were recently published on the art site Vertical. 

 

"Julia Mandle in conversation about her current exhibition"

In the news

Topics: New(s)
Posted:October 30, 2012 by Julia

Alicia Marvan touches upon my work in her recent, provocative perspective on "In Political Art, Is Less More?"

dOCUMENTA-13

Topics: Invitation and New(s)
Posted:September 10, 2012 by Julia

11-15 September, 2012

I am pleased to be invited to speak and participate in the 'Nature Addicts! Fund Academy' a conference at dOCUMENTA 13, Kassel. The goal of the conference is "to highlight art's role in sustainable development awareness and in inspiring tomorrow's world." 

ArtNews Review

Topics: New(s)
Posted:November 1, 2011 by Julia

Check out this recent review in ArtNews by Valerie Gladstone in September's issue on my "Game" exhibition at Leila Heller's Gallery, NYC.

Course Offered Fall 2010

Topics: New(s)
Posted:March 15, 2011 by Julia

I was pleased to accept an offer to teach at the architecture Academie van Bouwkunst Amsterdam this Fall. I created a course called 'Enlivened Space' designed to create performative interventions within an urban hotel context in order to further engage with issues of the environment, hospitality, presence and time.

Public Talk October 2010

Topics: New(s)
Posted:March 15, 2011 by Julia

Prikkelend Slow

 

I was invited to speak as a featured artist on an interesting  panel about 'slow fashion' to students from various design academies from the Amsterdam region. The discussion was lively and posed difficult questions about whether fashion is necessary at a time of over-consumption of our natural resources. 

 

 

New Catalogue Available

Topics: New(s)
Posted:March 15, 2011 by Julia

New Catalogue Available- A beautiful new fullcolor catalogue has been printed featuring four of my most recent projects including an essay by Jeffrey Kastner titled "Julia Mandle: Identify." Designed by the talented PS New York, it is now available through my gallery Leila Taghinia-Milani Heller (LTMH) Gallery located in NYC.

New Article

Topics: New(s)
Posted:March 15, 2011 by Julia

Recent Article- "The Catalyst : Julia Mandle" by Katy Donoghue was just published in the 'Performance' Edition of Whitewall Magazine . Click here to view virtually the Magazine p. 76-79 (along with awesome page flipping sounds). I am  honored to be included among pages of amazing artists such as Stephen Vitiello, Chris Burden, Marina Abramovic, Patti Smith and Bruce High Quality Foundation.

 

 

Exhibition on Sunday Arts Channel 13

Topics: New(s)
Posted:December 7, 2009 by Julia

For your information, SundayArts on Channel 13 will air a segment about "In Stitches" at 12 noon on this Sunday the 29th.  You can see it as part of the Sunday Arts news online archive by clicking HERE.