United States of America

Julia Fernandez Pol

10.05.10 04.06.10

Julia Fernandez-Pol is a young artist who has completed a production residency in the ´ace workshops. Born and raised in the United States but to Argentine parents, Julia is familiar with our language and culture. She is also a jewelry designer. Thus, his interest in jewelry, sculpture and painting are reflected in the result and process of his work.

In her work Julia demonstrates a fascination for visual impact creations where color and beauty are overwhelmingly displayed. She is a prolific and daring artist, who does not hesitate to research and use different materials and appeal to excess, abundance and opulence for the construction of her work.

During their residency at ´ace they find in a series of images driven by the interest to create a world inspired by the organic and dynamic forms that are universally found in nature.

The result of the residency was a series of large monotypes printed with solvent and water inks on silk papers and fabrics. We also have stones, glass, fine cotton threads and colored wires.

Julia Fernandez Pol
1984 | USA.
Lives in Los Angeles, USA.

2008 | MFA Boston University. USA.
2006 | BFA Washington University in St Louis, Painting Maho. Washington, USA.

2009 | Yaddo, Vermount Studio Center. USA.
2008 | Riverhouse Editions, Steamboat, Colorado, USA.

2009 | Yaddo, Partial Felloship. Vermont Studio Center Artist Grant, Partial Felloship.
2008 | Boston Young Contemporaries, Prize Winner. Boston, USA.
2007 | Nominee, Dedalus Fundation MFA Felloship.

2008 | Kahn CareerEntry Fund. Boston University. Boston, USA.

2009 | Biomorphic Organisms: New Drawing. Galllery Houston. Texas, USA.
2008 | Julia Fernandez Pol Larg Works, Van Straaten Gallery. Denver, USA.

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Julia Fernandez Pol

12.04.10 30.04.10

As an installation Julia displays part of the immense production carried out during her SUB30 residency in the Polyglot Hall. Of great visual and sensorial impact it exhibits its monotypes -printed on paper and silk fabrics- in dialogue with hanging sculptures of wire threads and stones and with the shadows that they generate.

The artist is inspired by patterns, structures and organic forms found in nature, which presents her with an infinite number of fundamental elements in her work.

Play with the color, brightness and opacity provided by the various materials he worked with. In his work, he uses excess and opulence through shapes and textures to explore the impact and sensory experiences that it produces.

Creator of abstract landscapes of micro-macroscopic scale that develop organically and harmonically based on the ideas of circularity, regeneration, accumulation and decay.

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Fernandez Pol – Wendel
Artists in Dialogue


On Wednesday May 12 the first ´aceNITE of the year took place. The artists in residence Julia Fernandez-Pol & Hans Wendel showed their work to the community.

At the Políglota Room was exhibited Languages by Julia Fernandez-Pol and on the Transverse Space Hans Wendel showed The Salmon.  During the event the musician and composer Nacho García performed new works of his own.

We wnat to thank everybody for sharing this moment with our young residents and congratulations to the winners of the art works!

About ´aceNite

It is the time in which Proyecto ‘ace periodically opens its doors for artistic events, presentations and performances organized within our artistic or educational program in relation to the objectives involved. ´ace nite is an exclusive event, with limited access to its  guests , which can be both a critical reception for the presentation of an international portfolio or of an edition of art made in our workshops.

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