Julian Kreimer

594 7th Ave. # 2

Brooklyn, NY 11215






Risky Behavior, Field Projects, New York, NY 

The Edifice, Snyderman-Works Gallery, Philadelphia, PA 

Personal Space, Snyderman-Works Gallery, Philadelphia, PA  

Collaboration: The Artist and the Land, New Hampshire Institute of Art, Peterborough, NH 



Lux Art Institue, Encinitas, CA (solo)

Let's Be Real, Projekt722, Brooklyn, NY 



Improvised Showboat  Kathy Bradford Studio, New York, NY 

Diagonal Triangle, Artist Houseparty Viewing Room, New York, NY 

City as Subject, Westbeth Gallery, New York, NY 

In the Office of the Drunken Monkey, TSA Gallery, Brooklyn, NY 

The Land Has Many Parts, Jane Deering Gallery, Santa Barbara, CA 

Higher Learning, curated by Danielle Tegeder,  Lehman College, Bronx, NY 

Interchanges,  Virginia Center for Latin American Art, Richmond, VA

100 Works on Paper Benefit, , Kentler International Drawing Space, Brooklyn, NY 



Artist House Party Presents, (solo)

Coming and Going, Weeknights Gallery, Brooklyn, NY (solo)

Postcards from Sunset Park, Can(n)on Studios, Goleta, CA (solo)

Date, Time, Place, three-person show with George Rush and Beth Livensperger, travelled to Denison University, Granville, OH, & Maas Gallery, Purchase College, Purchase, NY and RISD Memorial Hall Gallery, Providence, RI

Let's Talk About Love Baby curated by Chido Johnson, Printed Matter, New York, NY



Intramural, Tiger Strikes Asteroid, Philadelphia, PA



Both Types of Painting, with Christopher Ulivo, Lenore Gray Gallery, Providence, RI 

Fresh Flowers, curated by Dana Frankfort, Sherman Gallery, B.U., Boston, MA

Paper Jam, Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, NY

Chain Letter, Samson Projects, Boston, MA

Benefit Show, Aljira Center for Contemporary Art, Newark, NJ



Tenants, curated by Vera Iliatova, 106 Green Space, Brooklyn, NY 

The Painting Show, Richard Levy Gallery, Albuquerque, NM 

Night, Alexandre Gallery, New York, NY  

Two-Person Show with Christopher Ulivo, Lenore Gray Gallery, Providence, RI

RISD Faculty Biennial, RISD Museum of Art, Providence, RI

Fine Arts Faculty Exhibit, Pratt Institute, Schafler Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Purchase College Faculty Show, Maas Gallery, SUNY Purchase, Purchase, NY

Your Portrait in Oils, curated by Mary Jones, Smack-Mellon Benefit at Michael Steinberg Gallery, NYC

Summer Group Show, Lenore Gray Gallery, Providence, RI



The Innerworld of the Outerworld of the Innerworld, curated by Marco Breuer, Von Lintel Gallery, NYC

The Guys We Would Fuck, curated by Nayland Blake, Monya Rowe Gallery, NYC

Flatfile, Pierogi, Brooklyn, NY

Drawing by Painting Faculty, Memorial Hall Gallery, RISD, Providence, RI

Benefit Show, Aljira Center for Contemporary Art, Newark, NJ


Quiet Riot, March Gallery, NYC

Benefit Show, Aljira Center for Contemporary Art, Newark, NJ

Horizon, Elizabeth Foundation Gallery, NYC, curated by David Humphrey

IMAXed OUT, Vitate Loft, curated by Elka Krajewska, NYC



Painting Faculty Past and Present, Woods-Gerry Gallery, Providence, RI



RISD Faculty Biennial, RISD Museum of Art, Providence, RI



RISD Faculty Biennial, RISD Museum of Art, Providence, RI

Selections, Grant Selwyn Fine Arts, New York, NY

Solo Exhibition, Sol Koffler Gallery, Providence, RI

Graduate Exhibition, RISD Museum of Art, Providence, RI



Welcome To My Fantasy,’ Mathewson Project Space, Providence, RI

Within Each Discipline,’ Case Gallery, Providence, RI



‘I See You2,’ Fredericks Freiser Gallery, New York, NY, curators: Kiki Smith and Sam Messer



‘Anywhere but Here,’ Artists’ Space, New York, curator: Jenelle Porter

Designforanincreasedefficiency, Downtown Artspace, Charlottesville, VA (solo)

‘Get Surreal,’ Second Street Gallery, Charlottesville, VA curator: Leah Stoddard, Director,Second Street Gallery



Degree Show, Chelsea College of Art, London (catalogue)



B.A. Thesis Show, Lucas Gallery, Princeton University (solo)

‘Santa’s Little Helpers,’ London, curated by Norman Hogg

‘art/(n),’ M.O.C.A./Clark & Co. Gallery, Washington, DC, Juried show



Awards and Residencies

Emily and Eugene Grant Award, 2014

Yaddo residency, May 2013

Junior Faculty Award, Purchase College 2013

UUP/JLM Grant Award, Purchase College 2011, 2012

Faculty Support Grant, Purchase College 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 

Academic Enrichment Fund , RISD, for innovative, interdisciplinary courses 2006

The MacDowell Colony, Winter residency, Nov. 29, 2000-Jan. 10, 2001

Vermont Studio Center, Artist’s Grant and Financial Aid Award for April 2001 session

RISD Graduate Honors, awarded Dec. 2001

RISD Art History Teaching Assistantship, awarded August 2001 & 2002

RISD Graduate Painting Fellowship, awarded August 2001, August 2002

Lemoine Page Visual Arts Award for Outstanding Thesis Show, Princeton U., June 1998



Reviews & Interviews



Larry Groff, “Interview with Julian Kreimer,” Painting Perceptions, May 25, 2015

Jeremy Sigler, “Honest Work in the Suburbs,” Creator, April 14, 2015

Meghan Gordon, “A Dead Cactus Becomes an Abstract Painting: Julian Kreimer at Lux Art Institute,” Artcritical , March 18, 2015

Jeremy Sigler, “Julian Kreimer: A Place to Call Home,” Hyperallergic, March 21, 2015

Sharon Butler, “Lux: Julian Kreimer,” Two Coats of Paint, February 15, 2015

James Chute, “Landscape Escape Artist,” San Diego Union-Tribune, Arts Section, 2/5/15, p. 28

Brett Baker, “Julian Kreimer on Rufino Tamayo,” Painters’ Table, March 2014

“The Artist’s Script” Institute for Art Scene Studies, January 9, 2014

Joseph Woodward, “Landscape, Revisited and Rethought” Santa Barbara News-Press, Jan. 9, 2014

Charles Donelan, “Three Great New Exhibitions,” Santa Barbara Independent, February 12, 2014

Nathan Vonk, “The Land Has Many Parts at Jane Deering,” Santa Barbara Art Blog, January 12, 2014

Paddy Johnson, “Tuesday Links…n+1 podcast” Art F City, January 7, 2014, “First Friday RVA, October 2013: A Burning Love of Art,” October 2, 2013

Jeff Frederick, “Julian Kreimer at Weeknights” Review, Art in America, May 2013, p.169

Sharon Butler, “Julian Kreimer: Recognizable and Contemplative,” Two Coats of Paint, Feb. 25, 2013

Brett Baker, Painter's Table: Top 10 Best Posts: March 2012, Huffington Post

Interview, Gorky's Granddaughter, Dec. 2011

Bill van Siclen, “On the Lighter Side,” Providence Journal, April 7, 2011

Mary Jones, " The Optimism of Observation," (interview), Bomb Magazine blog, May 7, 2009 

Doug Norris, “Julian Kreimer and Christopher Ulivo at Lenore Gray,” Art New England, June ‘09

Sharon Butler, “Smack Mellon Relying on Young Painters for Fundraising?" Two Coats of Paint, June 23, 2009

Bill van Siclen, “Art Scene: A little bit of ‘Star Wars,’ a little bit of ‘Jurassic Park,’”  Providence Journal, March 19, 2009 

Jeremy Sigler, “Live Forever: Elizabeth Peyton,” Brooklyn Rail, Dec 2008-Jan 2009 (mention)

Joyce Korotkin, “I See You2,” M--The New York Art World, July-August 2001, pp.17-18.

Exhibition announcement, Charlottesville Weekly , Nov. 7 & 14, 2000, p.30.

Tim White, “Some Assembly Required,” Charlottesville Weekly, Nov. 7, 2000, p. 27.

David Hunt, “Anywhere but Here,” Time Out New York, July 6, 2000, p. 81.






Paper Monument

“Painting under Obama,” feature article, 4th issue (2013)

“Favorite Assignment,” in Draw It with Your Eyes Closed: the Art of the Art Assignment, March 2012


Art in America (2006-present)

Feature articles: José Antonio Suarez Londoño (9/12), Juan Downey (4/12), Lynda Benglis (cover article 12/09), Albers and MoMA’s Color Chart (5/09), Argentine Conceptual Art at the Americas’ Society (5//08), Lois Dodd: A Retrospective (11/08)  


reviews of: Ann Agee, Stanley Lewis, John Walker, Dona Nelson, Sebastian Black, Rachel Farbiarz, Zachary Keeting, Philip Taaffe, Elena Sisto (interview on, Joan Semmel, Judith Linhares, Eleanor Moreton, Mart Minujín, Rose Wylie, Audrey Flack, Derrick Guild, "Le Tableau", Scott Reeder, Jiri Kovanda, Dorothy Iannone, Ross Chisholm, Kim Dingle (lead review), Lisa Hamilton, Ernesto Deira, Don Bachardy, Erica Baum, Jacqueline Humphries, June Leaf, Frank Bowling, Gregory Amenoff, Marc Handelman, Chuck Connelly, Sandy Winters, Lauren Olitski/Jim Walsh, Peter Soriano.


Neuberger Museum

Permanent Collection Catalog Entries on Morton Schamber and Stanton Macdonald-Wright, 2014

Exhibition Catalog Essay, "The Mexican Tourist: Rubén Ortiz-Torres’ The Past is Not What it Used to Be” in Pre-Columbian Remix, 2013


Modern Painters Magazine

feature articles: Dieter Roth (Summer 2004), Letter From Beijing (Winter 2003), Daniel Santoro and Argentina’s Myths (Spring 2002)

lead review: Cy Twombly at Gagosian (Summer 2002);



Curatorial Experience

In the Office of the Drunken Monkey, TSA Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, summer 2014

Part of the Story, Lower East Side Printshop, NYC, spring 2013

Quiet Riot, co-curated with Karolyn Hatton, at March Gallery, NYC, Oct. 9-Nov. 3, 2007

Aljira Center for Contemporary Art Benefit, member, acquisitions committee, 2007-08   






M.F.A. 2003 Painting, Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), (with honors)

M.A. 1999 Painting, Chelsea College of Art and Design, London, UK

B.A. 1998 Art History, Princeton University, summa cum laude-Certificate in Visual Arts



Teaching Experience



2009-ongoing: Assistant Professor, Area Head of Painting and Drawing, SUNY Purchase College, School of Art + Design

2008-2009: Adjunct Assistant Professor, Tyler School of Art

2007-2009: Visiting Associate Professor, Pratt Institute Fine Arts Department

2003-2009: Critic/Lecturer, RISD Painting Department and Graduate Studies Division

2001-2006: Instructor, NYU School of Continuing and Professional Studies