Julie Davidow, Foreword by Claire Breukel
Paperback, 32 pp
2012, Julie Davidow Studio
Exhibition Catalog featuring paintings by artist Julie Davidow that explore the relationship between the architecture of contemporary art museums and the artwork that is enshrined within these structures.
Essay by curator Claire Breukel.
"Davidow surveys the formal qualities associated with how we interact with, and consume, contemporary art highlighting parts of our experience that we would ordinarily take for granted and overlook," says curator Claire Breukel, "Her work is minimal, yet precise and deeply obsessive. The paintings seek to establish order through the mapping of multiple visual cues, while commenting on the struggle between the natural and built environments."
Diagrams for a Seismic Bioscape
Julie Davidow, Foreword by Michelle Weinberg
Paperback, 24 pp
2009, Julie Davidow Studio
Exhibition Catalog featuring paintings, drawings and site-specific installations by artist Julie Davidow. "The artist continues her recent exploration of man's interference with the systems that govern our ecology, and the subsequent conflicts between the natural and the built environments. Her paintings guide the viewer through a dynamic organization of biomorphic shapes, tectonic planes, and complex webs."
Essay by curator, arts writer Michelle Weinberg.
MIAMI Contemporary Artists
Paul Clemence and Julie Davidow, Foreword by Elisa Turner
Hardcover, 8.5" x 11", 319 illustrations, 288 pp
2007, Schiffer Publishing
Miami, Florida, is fast becoming a critical center for contemporary art. Serving as an incubator for outstanding visual artists, this "natural playground for inspiration" is poised to become one of the leading cultural destinations of the world. With more than 315 stunning color photos, this exciting new book takes readers through significant highlights of the city's art history and showcases the works of over 100 contemporary artists who have helped bring the cultural evolution to fruition. Ranging from established artists with international careers to those beginning to make a name for themselves, this selection reveals diversity that breathes creative energy into the sultry, scintillating city of Miami.
Foreword by art critic Elisa Turner.