Bio

Julie Evanoff is a Brooklyn/Queens based artist who works in drawing, printmaking, animation, and sculpture. Her work has been included in several exhibitions including: Ulrike Müller’s Raw/Cooked, The Brooklyn Museum; Collapse, MSU Art Gallery; Julie Evanoff: in between, The Art Institute of Tucson; and Stories real and vividly imagined, Gallery Niklas Belenius, Stockholm, Sweden. She received her MFA from Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University.


EDUCATION

2005 – MFA Visual Art, Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University, NJ
1997 – BFA Painting and Printmaking, University Of Washington, Seattle, WA


CO-FOUNDER/DIRECTOR OF TRI-TRY-AGAIN ARTIST/MAKER SPACE AND RESIDENCY

2016-present – Co-founded and co-direct a collective studio/shop and residency in Ridgewood, Queens. Along with artists and makers who have long-term spaces, every summer, using an open application, we offer four artists free workspace, wood and metal shop lessons, group studio visits, and community for 8 weeks.


EXHIBITIONS

2017
The Tool Book Project, curated by Sarah G. Sharp, participating artist
2015
Animation for physics documentary film, The Theory of Everything
Workshop981, Julie Evanoff: Planetscapes
2014
The Visual Arts Center Mississippi State University, Collapse
2013
Brooklyn, NY, Come Together: Surviving Sandy, participating artist
Brooklyn Museum, Ulrike Müller’s Raw/Cooked, participating artist
2012 
The Invisible Dog, If you see nothing say something, Brooklyn, NY2010
The Gallery At The Art Institute Of Tucson, Julie Evanoff: In Between
2009
Gallery Niklas Belenius, Stories real and vividly imagined, Stockholm, Sweden