Julianne Swartz:

    Clear Sky

    Concrete, stainless steel, silver
    5 x 8 inches at base, 55 inches high
    Edition of 25

    Clear Sky is a whimsical sculpture that informed a larger series of work shown in a solo exhibition titled Hope at Josée Bienvenu Gallery in Spring 2007. Julianne Swartz's work was shown at SculptureCenter in 2001 in Interval: New Art for a New Space. She has exhibited internationally, with contributions to the Whitney and Liverpool Biennial. Swartz has had her solo show at MASS MoCA, North Adams (2016), The Jewish Museum, New York (2008) and more. Her works were also featured in a number of group shows at renowned art institutions such as New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York; P.S.1 Institute for Contemporary Art (now MoMA PS1), New York; and Brooklyn Museum, New York. Moreover, Her work was shown as a part of the Public Project at High Line Park, New York

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