Julia Schewalie

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1988* Krasilowka, Gebiet Pawlodar, Kasachstan
2009–2015 Akademie der Bildenden Künste München, Fine Arts Prof. Hermann Pitz
  Lives and works in Munich

Grants / Scholarships

2021 Working scholarship in Vila Paula, Klenová, Czech Republic
2018 Working scholarship at the Center for Polish Sculpture, Oronsko, Poland
  Art sponsorship award of the Kunstverein Aichach

Solo exhibitions

2021 Janknegt Gallery, Amsterdam
  Fluid Surface, Galerie Schierke&Seinecke, Frankfurt
2020 Galerie Schierke&Seinecke, Frankfurt
2018 Artist Talk, Solo Exhibition, Galerie Propaganda, Warsaw
2017 Galerie Rundgaenger, Frankfurt

Group exhibitions

2022 Art Rotterdam, Janknegt Gallery
  Mixed Media, Evelyn Drewes | Galerie, Hamburg
2021 PAN Amsterdam, Janknegt Gallery
  Tales of Lines, Janknegt Gallery, Amsterdam
2020 Art Karlsruhe, Galerie Filser&Gräf
  Pam-Artgallery, Ybbs, Austria
  Beyond Black, Kunstraum LAProjects, Landshut
2019 Atmosphären, Galerie Filser&Gräf, Munich
  PAN Amsterdam, Janknegt Gallery
  Research Network/Connection, Schafhof-Europäisches Künstlerhaus Oberbayern, Freising
  Eco-Art 2019 PUBLIC NATURE – PRIVAT CULTURE, Archeological site of Efta-Ai-Giorkies, Geroskipou, Cyprus
2018 BlickFang, Kunsthaus Kaufbeuren
  Schein und Spiegelung, G.A.S-station, Berlin
2016 2016 Wettbewerbsarbeiten, Städtische Galerie Eichenmüllerhaus, Lemgo
  Girls Stuff, Lachenmann Art, Konstanz
2015 Space Between, The Stone Space, London
2014 Psychokiller, Galerie Börgmann, Mönchengladbach
2013 Stories of 20 Hands, Molbert Gallery, St. Petersburg

Julia Schewalie focuses on the reflection of light on monochrome surfaces. The material used in each case is wrested from its original purpose. Then the creative work process takes place: she sorts, constructs, arranges, cuts accurately, composes small geometric parts into large surfaces, creates curvatures and newly structured image surfaces. In this way, the material appears sometimes hard, sometimes soft, without betraying its true state. It seduces the viewer into an interplay between construction and deconstruction. The changing reflections on the surface are always part of the work. The works capture the space together with the natural and artificial light and the viewer in an individual way. They change continuously and know no fixed state.

Anne Uhrlandt