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EDUCATION

1985    
M.F.A., Painting; Yale School of Art, New Haven, CT

1981      
B.F.A. in Painting and Printmaking, University of California, Santa Cruz, CA

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2017
In the Garden of Earthly Delights, San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, San Angelo, TX

Waters Rise, LSU MUSEUM OF ART, Baton Rouge, LA

2016
Catherine Clark Gallery, San Francisco, CA

Anderson Gallery, Bridgewater State University, Bridgewater, MA 
Hillman Jackson Gallery, Bard College of Simon's Rock, Great Barrington, MA 

2015
Julie Heffernan: Pre-Occupations, Mark Moore Gallery, Culver City, CA

2014
New Paintings, Galerie Michael Haas, Berlin, Germany

2013    
Sky is Falling, The Palo Alto Cultural Center, Palo Alto, CA
     Traveling to the Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA

P.P.O.W Gallery, New York, NY
A Selection of Works by Julie Heffernan, Catherine Clark Gallery, San Francisco, CA

2012    

Julie Heffernan: Infinite Work in Progress, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, Oklahoma City, OK
Sky's Falling, Mark Moore Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2011    
Boy, O Boy II, Catherine Clark Gallery, New York, NY
Broken Homes, Megumi Ogita Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Holding Up, University Art Gallery, California State University, Stanislaus, CA

2010      
Boy, O Boy, P·P·O·W Gallery, New York, NY

2009      
What Holds Up, Mark Moore Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn, NY

2008      
Broken Homes, Catharine Clark Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Lux Art Institute, Encinitas, CA
Megumi Ogita, Tokyo, Japan
Lisa Sette Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ

2007
Booty, P·P·O·W Gallery, New York, NY
Kendall Gallery, Michigan State University, Lansing, MI

2006
Everything That Rises, University Art Museum, University at Albany, Albany, NY
     Traveled to: Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina,
     Greensboro, NC; Columbia Museum of Art, Columbia, SC
Heaven and Hell, P·P·O·W Gallery, New York, NY
Catharine Clark Gallery, San Francisco, CA

2005
Lisa Sette Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ
Robert Kidd Gallery, Birmingham, MI

2004
Bannister Gallery, Rhode Island College, Providence, RI
Robert Kidd Gallery, Birmingham, MI
John Michael Kohler Art Center, Sheboygan, WI
Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, NC
Peter Miller Gallery, Chicago, IL
Paul Kopeikin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2003     
P·P·O·W Gallery, New York, NY
Herter Art Gallery, U. Mass, Amherst, MA
Littlejohn Contemporary, New York, NY

2002      
Linda Durham Gallery, Galisteo, NM
The Divine Fruit, James David Brooks Gallery, Curated by Deanna Bland, Fairmount, WV; catalogue

2001      
Peter Miller Gallery, Chicago, IL
P·P·O·W and Littlejohn Contemporary, New York, NY; catalogue

2000      
Kwangju Biennale, curated by Tom Finklepearl, Kwangju, Korea

1999      
Peter Miller Gallery, Chicago, IL
Alcott Gallery, Hanes Art Center, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
P·P·O·W and Littlejohn Contemporary, New York, NY

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2019    Environmental Impact,MUSEUM OF THE NORTH CAROLINA ARBORETUM, Asheville, NC

2017    Et in Arcadia Ego; WILLIAM ROLAND GALLERY OF FINE ART, Cal Lutheran University, Thousand                 Oaks, CA

2016    

The 105th Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Art: Threatening Beauty, MAIER MUSEUM OF ART               at RANDOLPH COLLEGE, Lynchburg, VA

Representing Rainbows, GERALD PETERS PRESENTS, New York, NY

ARTWORKS FOR CHANGE: Online Exhibition: http://www.artworksforchange.org/footing-the-                 bill/

Mir ist das Leben Lieber, MUSEUM FUR MODERNE KUNST, Sammlung Redan Weiss; Bremen,                     Germany

Arcadia, NEW MUSEUM LOS GATOS, Los Gatos, CA 

2016
More Than Your Selfie, New Museum Los Gatos, Los Gatos, CA
Environmental Impact, Curated by David J. Wagner
    Saint Mary's College Museum of Art, Moraga CA 
    Stauth Memorial Museum, Montezuma, KS

2015   
Environmental Impact, Curated by David J. Wagner
    The Art Museum, SUNY Potsdam, Potsdam, NY
    Paul and Lulu Hilliard University Art Museum, Lafayette, LA
Seven Deadly Sins: WRATH Force of Nature, Wave Hill, Bronx, NY
Far, Far Away, Children’s Museum of the Arts, New York, NY 
Eden Eden, Torri Gallery, Paris, France
50/50: Fifty Artist From 5 Decades, UCSC Alumni Exhbition, Sesnon Gallery, UC Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz,
    CA
The Self: Portraits of Artists in their Absence, National Academy Museum, New York, NY

2014
Living and Sustaining a Creative Life Book Panel Discussion and Exhibition, Aberson Exhibits, Tulsa, OK
EXOTICA… and 4 other cases of the self, me Collectors Room, Stiftung Olbricht, Berlin, Germany
Forecast, Anderson Gallery, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA
Hyper-resemblances, Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery, Columbia University, New York, NY
Through the Looking Glass, The Gateway II Gallery presented by Project For Empty Space, NYC, and
     Solo(s) Project House, NJ, Pennsylvania Station, Newark, NJ
Women Choose Women Again, curated by Mary Birmingham and Katherine Murdock, Visual Arts Center
     of New Jersey, Summit, NJ

2013    
Nocturnes: Romancing the Night, National Arts Club, New York, NY
Environmental Impact, Curated by David J. Wagner
    Traveling to: Canton Museum of Art, Canton, OH; The R.W. Norton Art Gallery, Shreveport, LA;
    Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, Kalamazoo, MI; Erie Art Museum, Erie, PA; Peninsula Fine Arts Center,
    Newport News, VA; Roger Tony Peterson Institute, Jamestown, NY; Brookgreen Gardens, Murrells
    Inlet, SC; Paul and Lulu Hilliard University Art Museum, Lafayette, LA; The Art Museum, SUNY
    Potsdam, Potsdam, NY; Stauth Memorial Museum, Montezuma, KS, Saint Mary's College of California,
    Moraga, CA
The Emo Show, curated by Jasmine Wahi, National Academy Museum, New York, NY
The Annual 2013, Reynolda House Museum of American Art, Winston-Salem, NC
Things Wondrous and Humble:  American Still Life, Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn Harbor, NY
Artists in America:Highlights of the Collection from the New Britain Museum of American ArtNew
    Britain Musem of Art, New Britain, CT
Julie Heffernan, Haruko Maeda, Dolly Thompsett, All Visual Arts, London, England
The Least Orthodox Goddess, Gallery 151, New York, NY

2012    
Women's Work, National Academy Museum, New York, NY
Twisted Sisters, DODGE Galler, New York, NY
Portraiture Post Facebook, Catherine Clark Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
The Calender’s Tales: Fantasy, Figuration, and Representation, Boston University School of Visual Arts,
     Boston, MA
The Perfect Storm, Julie Saul Gallery, New York, NY
The Linda Lee Alter Collection of Art by Women, Pennsylvania Academy of Art (PAFA), Philadelphia, PA;
     Traveling exhibition, November 17, 2012 – April 14, 2013

2011
Pulse LA Art Fair, P·P·O·W, Los Angeles, CA
Put Up or Shut Up, New York Academy of Art, New York, NY
Land of Magic: Artists Explore Make-Believe, Bedford Gallery, Walnut Creek, CA
memoires du future,  la collection Olbricht, La Maison Rouge, Paris, France
Open, Mark Moore Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
Single Fare 2: Please Swipe Again, Sloan Fine Art, New York, NY
Uncovered, Eden Rock Gallery, St. Barthes
Arcimboldo-Artista Milanese tra Leonardo e Caravaggio, Palazo Reale, Milan, Italy

2010
In Canon, Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, Wilmington, DE
Surface Tension, South Bend Museum of Art, South Bend, IN
Other as Animal, Danese, New York, NY
Nice to Meet You, Sloan Fine Art, New York, NY
Private (Dis)Play, New York Academy of Art, New York, NY
ADAA: The 22nd Annual Art Show, Park Avenue Armory, New York, NY
Eye World, Triple Candie, New York, NY

2009
Speak for the Trees, Friesen Art Gallery, Sun Valley, ID
Bods: Rethinking the Figure, Robert Kidd Gallery, Birmingham, MI
The Platonic Ideal, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Enchantment, Joseloff Gallery, Hartford Art School, University of Hartford, West Hartford, CT
Epic Painting, Samek Art Gallery, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA
Flower Power, Herter Gallery, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Amherst, MA
Beyond Appearances, Lehman College Art Gallery, Bronx, NY
Signs of the Apocalypse/Rapture, Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago, IL
Forces of Nature, Danese, New York, NY
The Garden at 4am, Gana Art, New York, NY
Trouble in Paradise, Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson, AZ

2008      
belle du jour, Collette Blanchard Gallery, New York, NY
Say Good-bye to…, Clifford Art Gallery, curated by Donna Harkavy and Marion Wilson, Hamilton, NY
183rd Annual: An Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary Art, National Academy, New York, NY
The Figure Revealed, Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, Kalamazoo, MI
ART Chicago, P·P·O·W Gallery, Chicago, IL
PULSE Art Fair, P·P·O·W Gallery Miami, FL

2007
Transitional Objects: Contemporary Still Life, Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase College, NY
Girly Show, Wignall Museum, Cucamonga, CA
Ultrasonic International II: Transcending Transience, Mark Moore Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
Breaking Ground, Ground Breaking, Catharine Clark Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Old School, Hauser & Wirth, London, England; Traveled to: Zwirner & Wirth, New York, NY
The Feminist Figure, Forum Gallery, curated by Marcia G. Yerman, New York, NY
Art Chicago Contemporary Art Fair, P·P·O·W Gallery, Chicago, IL
PULSE Contemporary Art Fair, P·P·O·W Gallery, New York, NY
First Annual Contemporary Art Invitational, curated by Katherine Chapin, The Salmagundi Club of New
     York, New York, NY
More is More: Maximalist Tendencies in Recent American Painting, curated by Tatiana Flores,  Museum of Fine Arts, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL

2006     
Transformative Portraits: Altered Identities in Contemporary Art, Richard A. And Rissa W. Grossman Gallery, Lafayette College, Easton, PA
Figuring the Landscape, Storrs, Contemporary Art Galleries, University of Connecticut, CT
Realm of the Spirit, Mike Weiss Gallery, New York, NY
New Art. New York: Reflections on the Human Condition, curated by Margaret Traun,Mathews- Berenson, Trierenberg Art, Austria; catalogue
New Old Masters, curated by Donald Kuspit, National Museum Gdansk, Gdansk, Poland
Lisa Sette Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ
Why the Nude?, Phyllis Harriman Mason Gallery, The Art Students League of New York, New York, NY
Transitional Objects: Contemporary Still Life, curated by Dede Young, Neuberger Museum,Purchase, NY

2005    
Entourage, Mike Weiss Gallery, New York, NY
Visitors from the East, Billy Shire Fine Arts, Lost Angeles, CA
Social Insecurity: the future ain’t what it used to be, Catharine Clark Gallery, San Francisco, CA
DFN Animal Tales, DFN Gallery, New York, NY
Then as Now, Sordoni Art Gallery, Wilkes University, PA
Trouble in Paradise, curated by Amy Lipton, Abington Art Center, Jenkintown, PA
High Drama: Eugene Berman and the Theater of the Melancholic, curated by Michael Duncan, Georgia Museum of Art, Sublime, Athens, GA; Traveled to: Mcnay Art Museum, San Antonio, TX;Long Beach Museum Of Art, Long Beach, CA

2004     
P·P·O·W, 21, New York, NY
Me, Myself and I, Schmidt Center Gallery, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL
About Painting, curated by Ian Berry, The Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery, Skidmore College,
     Saratoga Sprints, NY
Trouble in Paradise, curated by Amy Lipton, Van Brunt Gallery, New York, NY
The 179th Annual, National Academy, Museum and School of Fine Arts, New York, NY
She’s Not There, New York Academy of Art, curated by Catherine Howe, New York, NY
Earthly Delights, curated by Lisa Tung, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA        

2003      
Women and Self-Representation in Contemporary Art, Palmer Museum, Penn State University, State 
    College, PA
People, Places & Things, DFN Gallery, New York, NY
Woman on Woman, White Box Gallery, New York, NY
The ‘Burbs, DFN Gallery, New York, NY

2002     
Masquerade, Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, MI
Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Snowmass Village, CO
Social Landscape, P·P·O·W Gallery, New York, NY
Collecting Contemporary Art: A Community Dialogue, Auckland Art Museum, Chapel Hill, NC
American Academy Invitational Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture, The American Academy of Arts and
     Letters, New York, NY
Snapshot, Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT
Pixerina Witcherina, Wake Forest University Fine Arts Gallery, curated by Bill Congers of Illinois State University, Normal, NC; Winston-Salem, NC; catalogue

2001      
Holcombe T. Green, Jr. Hall, Yale University School of Art Alumni Show, New Haven, CT
Of Dreams and Dreamers, Carl Hammer Gallery, Chicago, IL
Invited!, First Street Gallery, New York, NY
Pixerina Witcherina, University Galleries, University Of Illinois Normal, IL

2000      
Snapshot, Contemporary Museum, Baltimore, MD
The Swamp, On the Edge of Eden, Samuel P. Harn Museum, Gainesville, FL
American Art Today: Fantasies and Curiosities, Curated by Dahlia Morgan, The Art Museum at Florida
    International University, Miami, FL
P·P·O·W Gallery, New York, NY
The Figure: Another Side of Modernism, curated by Lily Wei, Newhouse Center For Contemporary Art, Snug Harbor Art Center, Staten Island, NY
Private Worlds, curated by Joan Semmel, Art In General, New York, NY
Re-configuring the Heroic, Artemisia Gallery, Chicago, NY
Self-Portraiture, curated by Tom Finkelpearl, Kwangju Biennale 2000, Kwangju, South Korea
Looking Back, Bard College, Center for Curatorial Studies Museum, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
What Goes Around Comes Around, curated by Barbara Bloemink, Katonah Museum, Katonah, NY
Quirky, Adam Baumgold Fine Arts, New York, NY
Susquehana Art Museum, curated by Sean Mellyn, Harrisburg, PA
Animal Artifice, The Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY

1999      
Beyond the Millennium, Brattleboro Museum and Art Center, Brattleboro, VT
Food for Thought, Hidell Brooks Gallery, Charlotte, NC
And Everything Nice, curated by Phyllis Bramson, Rockford Art Museum, Rockford, IL
Distilled Life, Bard College, curated by Medrie MacPhee, The Fisher Arts Center, Annandale-on-Hudson,
     NY
Food for Thought, New Jersey Center for Visual Arts, Summit, NJ
Figuratively Speaking, Painting Center, New York, NY
Road Show, DFN Gallery, New York, NY
Montclair State University Faculty Exhibition, Mi Qui Modern Art Workshop, Shanghai University,
     Shanghai, China

1998      
Heroic Painting, Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, AZ, and Columbia Museum of Art, Columbia, SC
Annual Art Auction and Exhibition, New Museum, New York, NY
Animal as Muse, Norton Museum, West Palm Beach, FL
David Floria Gallery, Aspen, CO
Mysterious Presences, Tory Folliard Gallery, Milwaukee, WI
Flora, Wielise Goodheart Gallery, Sag Harbor, NY
May Day, P·P·O·W Gallery, curated by Carrie Mae Weems, New York, NY.
Group Exhibition, P·P·O·W Gallery, New York, NY
Art Miami, P·P·O·W Gallery, Miami, FL

1997      
Identity Crisis: Self-Portraiture at the End of the Century, Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, WI, and Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, CO
The Press of my Foot to the Earth Springs a Hundred Affections, curated by Byron Kim, The Rotunda Gallery, New York, NY
In Memory of Pleasure, John Michael Kohler Arts Center, curated by Andrea Inselmann, Sheboygan, WI
Tabletops: Morandi to Mapplethorpe, California Center for the Arts Museum, curated by Reesey Shaw,
    Escondido, CA
American Art Today: The Garden, curated by Dahlia Morgan, The Art Museum, Florida International
    University, Miami, FL

1996      
Collectors Choice, Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, FL
The Mythic Narrative, curated by Signe Mayfield, Palo Alto Cultural Center, Palo Alto, CA
Works on Paper, Weatherspoon Art Gallery, Greensboro, NC
The Classics Revisited, Winston-Wachter Fine Art, New York, NY
MineralAnimal, Vegetable, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH
Heroic Painting: Bo Barlett, Vincent Desiderio, Walton Ford, Lawrence Gipe, Julie Heffernan, Komar and
    Melamid, Mark Tansey, 
SECCA (Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art), curated by Susan
    Lubowski, Winston-Salem, NC.
    Traveled to: Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, FL; Queens Museum of Art, Queens, NY; Knoxville
    Museum of Art, Knoxville, TN; The Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH; Mississippi Museum of
    Art, Jackson, MS; University Gallery, Univ. of Massachusattes, Amherst, MA; Chicago Cultural Center,
    Chicago, IL

1995      
Art in Embassies Program, Prague, Czech Republic
Virtual Reality, at the Armory, Littlejohn Contemporary, New York, NY
10th Annual Summer Invitational, Leedy Voulkos Gallery, Kansas City, MO
Insight, David Beitzel Gallery, New York, NY
Inside Out, Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT

1994      
Animals, California Center for The Arts, curated by Reesey Shaw (with Nauman, Butterfield, Koons,
    Roller-Wilson, and others), Escondido, CA
Miniatures, Olga Dollar Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Paper, Peter Miller Gallery, Chicago, IL
Opening Pandora, Littlejohn/Sternau, New York, NY

1993    
Urgent Nostalgia, Center on Contemporary Art, curated by Prudence F. Roberts (with Desiderio, Gipe,
      Innerst, Joan Nelson), Seattle, WA
University Art Gallery, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM
Interior Outlook, The Gallery at Hastings-On-Hudson, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY
Timothy Hawkesworth and Julie Heffernan, Littlejohn/Sternau, New York, NY

1992      
Six Painters, Littlejohn/Sternau Gallery, New York, NY
The Salon Show, Art in General, New York, NY
Pools, The Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, CO

1991       
Science and Art, Indiana University Art Museum, Bloomington, IN
Helander Gallery, New York, NY
Pools, (with Barlett, Clemente, Hockney, Fischl, others), Stuart Levy Gallery and Helander Gallery, New
     York, NY

1990      
Pools, Norton Museum, West Palm Beach, FL
Pools, AM Gallery, Moscow, USSR
Pools, Modus Vivendi Gallery, Zurich, Switzerland
Helander Gallery, New York, NY

 

AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS

2016

Anonymous Was a Woman Award, Nominee

2014
Board Member, National Academy Museum, New York, NY

2013          
Milton and Sally Avery Fellowship, MacDowell Colony, Petersborough, NH

2012    
Macdowell Fellowship, MacDowell Colony, Petersborough, NH
Lee Ellen Fleming ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE AWARD, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA

2011    
National Academy of Art, New York, NY; Inducted as Academician

2010    
Commencement Speaker for Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art
Winifred Johnson Clive Foundation Distinguished Visiting Painting Fellow, San Francisco Art Inst., SF, CA

2008      
Thomas Bennett Clarke Prize, National Academy Museum, New York, NY

2004      
Thomas R. Proctor Prize, National Academy Museum, New York, NY

2003      
National Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, Awarded by Montclair State University

2002      
American Academy of Arts and Letters: Nominee

1997      
Lila Acheson Wallace Reader’s Digest Artist at Giverny: Artist in Residence

1996      
New York Foundation for the Arts: Individual Artists Grant

1995      
National Endowment for the Arts: Individual Fellowship Grant
Pennsylvania State University: Fund for Research

1994      
Pennsylvania State University: College Faculty Research Grant
Hillwood Art Museum (NYSCA): Project Residency Grant

1990      
Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, ME: Painting fellowship

1987
Institute for Art and Urban Resources, P.S.1, New York, NY: Artist-in-Residence and Studio Grant          

1986      
Fulbright-Hayes Grant to West Berlin/Annette Kade Grant for the Creative and Performing Arts

1985      
Ely Harwood Schless Memorial, Yale University, New Haven, CT: Prize for Highest Achievement in Painting

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

1997-Present     
Montclair State University, Upper Montclair, NJ: Professor of Fine Arts

2013
New York Academy of Art, New York, NY: Master Class
Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, NY: Drawing Instructor

2012
University of Virginia, Charlottesburg, CA:: Lee Ellen Fleming Painter in Residence

2011
New York Academy of Art, New York, NY: Master Class

2005
Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Snowmass Village, CO: Painting Instructor

2002
Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Snowmass Village, CO: Painting Instructor
New York Academy of Art, New York, NY: Master Class

1993-96            
Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA: Assistant Professor of Art

1996                
Boston Museum School, Boston, MA: Visiting Artist, Four Painters Program

1992-1993                
University of North Carolina, Greensboro, NC: Visiting Assistant Professor of Fine Arts

1990-92             
Indiana University, Bloomington, IN: Visiting Assistant Professor of Fine Arts, Director of Florence and
     Abroad Drawing Program, 1991

INVITATIONAL VISITING ARTIST LECTURES AND PANELS

2016

BOOTH GALLERY, New York, NY; Panel: “Figurative Art” with Donald Kuspit and Vincent Desiderio WESTERN CONNECTICUT STATE UNIVERSITY, Danbury, CT 

RISD, Providence, RI 

NEW MUSEUM OF LOS GATOS, Los Gatos, CA

VISUAL AIDS, New York, NY; “Catheter Kiss:  The Paintings of Hugh Steers, with Julie Heffernan, Dale Peck and James Smalls 

SIMONS ROCK OF BARD COLLEGE, Great Barrington, MA 

2015
Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH
Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA
Hunter College, New York, NY
University of Mississippi, Oxford, MS
Laguna College of Art and Design, Laguna, CA
California State Unviersity Fullerton, Fullerton, CA
American University, Washington DC
William Patterson Univerity, Wayne, NJ
Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY
Lamar Dodd School of Art, University of Georgia, Athens, GA

2014  
Ringling Gollege of Art and Design, Sarasota, FL
Iowa State University, Cedar Rapids, IA
Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua NY
University of California, Santa Cruz, CA
'Living and Sustaining a Creative Life,' Panel with Will Cotton, Sharon Louden, among others, Strand
    Book Store, New York, NY
'Living and Sustaining a Creative Life, Roundtable', Book Slut
Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, Summit, NJ
New York Studio School, New York, NY
Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT
Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA
University of California, Davis
Sacramento State University, Sacramento, CA

2013
Pratt University, Brooklyn, NY
Wake Forest University, Wake Forest, NC
National Academy of Art, New York, NY: Painters on Painting, Panel Speaker
Adelphi University, Garden City, NJ

2012
Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD
Ringling School of Art, Sarasota, FL
University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN
Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art in Conjunction with the College of Charleston Visual Arts Club,
     Charleston, SC
Frey Norris Contemporary and Modern, San Francisco, CA

2011
Gems (Girls Empowerment Mentoring Services), Art Slam, New York, NY
East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN
Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT
New York Academy of Art, New York, NY: Juror of Alumni Show
Leap (Learning Through Extended Arts Program), New York, NY

2010
Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD
San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA
2009 Lyme Academy, Lyme, CT
University of Hartford School of Art, Hartford, CT
Mount Holyoke University, Holyoke, MA
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, Philadelphia, PA
University of Delaware, Newark, DE
Hamilton College, Clinton, NY

2008
Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL
Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS

2007
Pace University, New York, NY
Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD
Michigan State University, Lansing, MI
2006 Hampshire College, Amherst, MA
Columbia Art Museum, Columbia, SC
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Charlottesville, VA
Art Lab, Snug Harbor Cultural Center, Staten island, NY: Panel speaker
Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY
Weatherspoon Museum, Greensboro, NC
Provincetown Fine Arts Work Center, Provincetown, MA
Columbia University School of Journalism, New York, NY

2005
Carnegie Mellon, Pittsburgh, pa
Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA
Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana
Corcoran College of Art, Washington D.C.

2004   
Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA 
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, Philadelphia, PA
Mint Museum, Charlotte, NC
Bowdoin College, Brunswick, ME
New York Artists Equity Association, New York, NY: Metamorphosis panel discussion moderated by
     Wendy Gittler
Queens College, Queens, New York, NY 

2003     
New York Academy of Fine Art, New York, NY
University of Ohio, “(In)forming Contemporary Art” (Panel including artists Alison Saa Kahn/Selesnick, 
    Kathy Gilje), Akron, OH
Penn State University, “Reconsidering the Self-Portrait,” (Panel), University Park, PA
Rhode Island College, Providence, RI

2002     
University of Texas, Austin, TX
Anderson Ranch, Snowmass Village, CO
Hampshire College, Springfield, MA
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
Wagner College, Staten Island, NY
Parsons College of Art and Design, New York, NY

2001      
Artists Talk on Art Panel Series, moderated by George Rada, New York, NY
Moore College of Art and Design, Philadelphia, PA
Hebrew Union College, panel moderated by Joan Marter, New York, NY
Cranbrook Academy of Art, Slide lecture, Bloomfield Hills, MI
Southern Connecticut State University, Slide lecture, New Haven, CT
New York Academy of Figurative Art, Slide lecture, New York, NY

2000    
New York Studio School, Slide lecture, New York, NY
Cooper Union, Slide lecture, New York, NY
Drew University, Studio talk, Madison, NJ
Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art and Snug Harbor Cultural Center, Staten Island, NY
Art in General, Panel discussion for “The Figure: Another Side of Modernism,” moderated by Alexei
     Worth, New York, NY
Katonah Museum of Art, Panel: “Appropriation Art,” Katonah, NY
CAA Panel: “Repositioning the Nude,” moderated by Joan Semmel, New York, NY
Pratt Institute, Slide lecture, New York, NY
Massachusetts College of Art, Slide lecture, Boston, MA
New York Academy of Figurative Art, Panel: “Narrative in Painting,” New York NY
New York Academy, Juror: 2000 Alumni Exhibition, New York, NY

 

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

2015
Abrahams, Megan, "Julie Heffernan: Pre-occupations," White Hot Magazine, June.
Buhmann, Stephanie, "On Art: Far, Far Away," The Villager, July 29.
Dunne, Susan, "Seven Deadly Sins at 7 Museums in CT and NY," CT Now, July 8.
Esplund, Lance, "'The 7 Deadly Sins' Spread Across 7 Museums," The Wall Street Journal, Aug. 26.
Kaill, Ellyn, "100 Portraits of Women Artists," Feature Shoot, Feb. 15.
Knudsen, Stephen, "For the Love of Painting: A Conversations with Julie Heffernan," Art Pulse, No. 22,
    Vol. 6.
Yerman, Marcia, "Wrath: Force of Nature at Wave Hill," Huffington Post, Sept. 2.

2014
Adarlo, Sharon, "An Abandoned Cubicle Complex Filled with Art," Hyperallergic, June 23.
Dolen, Jen, "Less Starving: Artists share their secrets on making a living from their work," Public Art
    Review, Spring/Summer.
Frank, Priscilla, "Artists Transform Abandoned Office Space into Surreal Artistic Wonderland," Huffington
    Post, June 27.
J., M, "Sammlung: Verfremdung," Tip Berlin, 25:09 p.88, Aug. 10.
Silver, Crag, "Conceptual, Sensual, Degenerate: Your Summer Art Choices," Forbes, June 23.

2013
Beer, Jonathan, “Artist Interview: Julie Heffernan,” Art Rated, http://art-rated.com/?p=1180, Oct. 27.
Indrisek, Scott, “The 50 Most Discerning Young Collectors,” Modern Painters, July.
Malafronte, Allison, “Julie Heffernan, Let the Sky Fall,” Fine Art Connoisseur, October.
Samet, Jennifer, “Beer with a Painter,” Hyperallergic, http://hyperallergic.com/?s=Julie+Heffernan, June
     15.
Seed, John, “Sky is Falling,” Huffington Post, Oct 14.
Solnit, Rebecca, "Dandelion Clocks and Time Bombs," Catalogue essay for 'Sky is Falling,' June.
Wachunas, Tom, Artwatch

2012
“The Sows Ear” (Poetry Review) Heffernan Work Featured, Summer.
Hoban, Phoebe, “The Cindy Sherman Effect,” Art News, Feb.
Mcquaid, Cate, “At BU’s 808 Gallery, Artists explore concepts of Otherness” The Boston Glode, Feb 29.
McDonnell, Brandy, “Contemporary Painter Julie Heffernan debuts first Oklahoma Exhibition,” Look at
      OKC, Feb 15.

2011
The Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art at the College of Charleston Lecture Review, Carolina Arts 
    News, Dec 17.
Olivant, David. “Picking Up the Pieces: Julie Heffernan’s Honest Pessimism,” artcritical. September 3.

2010
Lockhart, Donatella. “Julie Heffernan,” Casas & Gente, Vol. 25, No. 247. p. 38-41.
Artforum International, XLV11, No. 9. May. p. 168. Advert.
Art in American International Review, No.5. May. p. 71. Advert.
Laster, Paul. “Julie Heffernan, Boy, O Boy,” Time Out New York, Issue 764: May 20–26.
Seed, John. “Julie Heffernan, Boy, O Boy, At PPOW Chelsea,” The Huffington Post. May 20.
Pasulka, Nicole. “Boy, O Boy,” The Morning News online. May 25.
Rosenberg, Karen. “Venerable, Small and Lots on Paper (Including Napkins),” The New York Times, 
    March 5.
Drumm, Perrin. “Studio visit: Julie Heffernan,” Art in America online. April 16.

2009      
Laster, Paul. “Julie Heffernan’s Painted World of Make-Believe” Flavor Wire. June 30.

2008      
Kilson, Lyra Liberty. “PPOW: Julie Heffernan,” Modern Painters, Dec 2007- Jan. p.91.
Heffernan, Julie, Harper’s Magazine, Reproduction, January. p. 34.
Marchetti, di Simone. “Piccolo mondo barocco,“ La Repubblica: Velvet, January. p.125-127.2008.
Porter, Cati. “Seven Floors Up: Poems by Cati Porter,” Bay City, Michigan. Mayapple Press. Cover repro.

2007
Cohen, Davis. “Beauty in Flesh and Fur,” The New York Sun. September 27.  
Schapell, Elissa. “About the Cover,” Tin House Magazine. Fall.
Feinstein, Lea. “Grand Opening: The inaugural exhibition at Catharine Clark’s new gallery shows that context is everything,” SF Weekly, June 13.
Morrison, Toni. ARTWORKS: The Progressive Collection, D.A.P. New York, NY. Reproduction, p. 166.       
Frock, Christian. “Breaking Ground, Ground Breaking,” San Francisco, CA. Catharine Clark Gallery.
Harris, Susan. “The Feminist Figure at Forum,” Art in America. June/July. p. 200-201.
Heffernan, Julie. Harper’s Magazine, Reproduction, December.          
Rosenkranz, Sven. The Agnostic Stance, Mentis. Cover reproduction.
More is More: Maximalist Tendencies in Recent American Painting, exhibition catalog, Florida
     State University Museum of Fine Arts.

2006
Day, Jeffrey. “Fantastic Voyage,” The State.com, May 19. p. E18.
Streitfeld, Lisa Paul. “Landscapes With a Difference,” Hartford Courant, Arts, Sept. 24.
Rosen, Rachel S. “Julie Heffernan, Everything That Rises: The Art of the Political Self,” San Francisco Art
      Magazine. Nov. 22.     
Day, Jeffrey. “Everything That Rises’ lifts art and the viewer,” The State Newspaper, July 2. p. E4.
“New Art. New York: Reflections on the Human Condition,” Trierenberg Art.
“Julie Heffernan at the Columbia Museum of Art,” ArtDaily.com, June 10.
“An Hour In Chelsea,” New York Magazine. February 27.

2004
Maschal, Richard. “Feminine Imagery Seen Anew,” The Charlotte Observer, March 4.
G., Alan, Artnet, “Julie Heffernan”.
REVIEW, Chicago Tribune, November 5. p. 27.
Gomez, Edward M. “Drawn to the Body,” Art and Antiques, January, p. 56.
Patterson, Tom. “Then Becomes Now; Artists Bring Trappings of Old Masters into the Passionate
      Present,”Winston-Salem Journal, April 18.
Vincent, Steven. “Julie Heffernan at P·P·O·W,” Art in America, Feb. p.123.

2003
”Where to Buy,” The WeekOctober.
”Julie Heffernan,” The New Yorker. March 19. p. 24, 27-28.
Heffernan, Julie. The New Yorker, Reproduction accompanying A. S. Byatt short story, Oct. 13.
”Julie Heffernan,” The New Yorker. March 24.
Cohen, David. “Gallery Going,” The New York Sun and artcritical.com, Oct. 23.
Flavor Pill, October 2003, issue 177.      
Cline, Lynn. “Not Perfect in Paradise,” The New Mexican–Pasatiempo, Aug. 2-8.

2002      
Landi, Ann. “The Real Thing? (Contemporary Realism Today),” ARTnews, June, p. 88-91, 89.
Heffernan, Julie, The New Yorker, Reproduction accompanying an A.S. Byatt short story, June 3, p. 81.

2001
Levin, Kim. “Galleries,” Village Voice, Apr. 3.
Lipton, Amy. “Trouble in Paradise”, Orion, September/October. p. 49-55.
Mcgee, Celia. “Art Smart,” Daily News, Mar. 3.
“Critical Eye,” W Magazine, Mar.
Worth, Alexi. “Julie Heffernan,” Artforum, May. p. 178.
Artner, Alan G. “Julie Heffernan’s Dept Self-Fictions,” Chicago Tribune, Sept. 28.
Elkins, James. Exhibition essay: “Strange Stories and the Balm,” PPOW and Littlejohn Contemporary, Mar.
Gomez, Edward M. “Florida: Where Exuberant Dreams Often Sink Out of Sight,” nytimes.com, Apr. 8.
Heffernan, Julie. Harper’s Magazine, Reproduction, June. p. 15.
Silverstein, Joel. “Julie Heffernan,” NY Arts Magazine, www.reviewny.com, Apr. 12. p. 59.
White, Kit. “Julie Heffernan at Littlejohn Contemporary and PPOW,” ARTnews magazine, Oct. p. 172-3, reproduction 2000.                 
Turner, Brook. “Kwangju Biennial, Korea: Calm after the Storm,” The Art Newspaper, no. 103, May 2000
     (Reproduction).
Valdez, Sarah. Curve: The Female Nude Now, Universe Publishing. p. 112-113.

2000
Yood, James. “Julie Heffernan,” Artforum, Jan.
Young, Dede. Transitional Objects: Contemporary Still Life, exhibition catalogue, Neuberger Museum, p.
     7.
Krauss, Nicole. “Julie Heffernan at Littlejohn Contemporary and PPOW,” Art in America, Jan. p. 119.
Kuspit, Donald. New Old Masters/Nowi Dawri Mistrzow, National Museum in Gdansk, Poland.
Kuspit, Donald. “Going, Going, Gone,” artnet.com.
Finkelpearl, To. “Kwangju Biennial, The Curator’s Gossip: Julie Heffernan,” Flash Art, Summer, p. 99.
Heffernann, Julie. Harper’s Magazine, Reproduction, Summer, p.31.      
Glueck, Grace. “Art in Review: Private Worlds,” The New York Times, Jun. 30, p. E37.
Glueck, Grace. “A Rich Mix of Styles and Stimulations Under One Roof,” The New York Times, Feb. 25.
Levin, Kim. “Voice Choices–Art: Galleries,” Village Voice, July 11, p. 96.

1999      
Bischoff, Dan. “A Matter of Taste,” Sunday Star Ledger, Apr. 4.
Grau, Jane. “So Ripe...,” The Charlotte Observer, Aug.
James, Jamie. “Julie Heffernan,” The New Yorker, Apr. 12.
Johnson, Ken. “Art in Review: Julie Heffernan,” The New York Times, Apr.
Johnson, Ken. Art Guide: “Julie Heffernan,” The New York Times, Apr. 9, 16.
Natale, Michele. “Perfectly Flawed,” spectatoronline.com, Sept. 22.
Korotkin, Joyce. “Julie Heffernan,” The New York Art World, April.                
Levin, Kim. “Voice Choices; Short List: Julie Heffernan,” Village Voice, Apr. 13.
Rehak, Melanie. “Horse’s Mouth,” Bookforum, Fall.

1998
Bowyer Bell, J. “Julie Heffernan,” REVIEW, Dec. 1.
Braff, Phyllis. “Flora,” New York Times, Aug. 9.
Camper, Fred. “Look Back in Irony,” Chicago READER, Feb. 27, p. 30.
Wiens, Ann. “Tip of the Week: Julie Heffernan,” New City Times, vol. 13, Apr.
Estep, Jan. “Julie Heffernan,” New Art Examiner, May, p. 48.
Hawkins, Margaret. “Under the Influence,” Chicago Sun Times, Apr. 3,
Hogin, Laurie. “Heroic Measures,” New Art Examiner, May, p. 18-23.

1997
Zimmerman, David. “Heroism Reconsidered,” Arts and Antiques, Feb.
Buchloz, Barbara. “Julie Heffernan’s Masterly Still Lifes,” Chicago Tribune, Jan. 3.
Conely, Kevin. “Julie Heffernan,” The New Yorker, Dec. 8.
Maxwell, Douglas F. “Julie Heffernan,” Review, Dec. 1.
Schrader, Stacey. “Nothing Still About Life,” On the Issues, Winter.
Murphy, Mary. “Subversive Pleasures, Painting’s New Feminine Narrative,” New Art Examiner,  March.

1996
Artner, Alan G. “Open and Shut,” Chicago Tribune, Apr. 12.
Nahas, Domique. “Julie Heffernan at Littlejohn Contemporary,” Review, June.
Polanski, G. Jurek. “Reviews–Julie Heffernan: New Paintings,” artscope.net.
Melrod, George. “Openings,” Arts and Antiques, May.
Raven, Arlene. Catalogue, “Julie Heffernan,” Littlejohn Contemporary, March.
Schjeldahl, Peter. “Heroism Addiction,” Village Voice, Aug. 6.
Thorson, Alice. “Still Lifes Comment on the Status of Women,” Kansas City Star, Feb. 9-15.
Barandiaran, Maria Jose. “Julie Heffernan at Peter Miller Gallery," The New Art Examiner, May.
Camper, Red. “Strange Fruit (Paintings by Julie Heffernan),” The Chicago Reader, Apr. 12.
Hawkins, Margaret. “Heffernan’s Still Lifes are Crawling with Messages,” Chicago Sun Times, Mar. 29.

1995    
Grimes, Nancy. “Julie Heffernan at Littlejohn,” Art in America, May.
Hagen, Charles. “In Connecticut...Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art: ‘Inside Out,’” The New
     YorkTimes, Aug. 14.
Herfield, Phyllis. “Heffernan at Littlejohn,” The New York Review of Art, Jan./Feb. p. 16.
Kimmelmann, Micheal. “History Painting: Yes, Those Enormous Canvases,” The New York Times, Aug.
     30.
Maniaci, Cara. “Julie Heffernan,” NY Arts, Apr.

1994      
Kuspit, Donald. Catalogue: “On Being a Woman: Paintings by Julie Heffernan,” Littlejohn Contemporary,
     Sept.

1992      
Kuspit, Donald. Exhibition Essay: “Julie Heffernan’s Lost Paradise of Female Selfhood,”
     Littlejohn Contemporary, Feb.

1988      
Morgan, Robert. “Billboards,” Littlejohn-Smith, Artscribe International, Nov./Dec.

1985      
McGivern, Shawn. “Disovering New Talent,” Boston Globe, June.

 

SELECTED COLLECTIONS

Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY
Columbia Museum of Art, Columbia, SC
The Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA
Damien Hirst’s Murderme Collection; London, UK
Knoxville Museum of Art, TN
McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, TX
Me Collectors Room Berlin/Ollbricht Foundation; Berlin, Germany
The Mint Museum, Charlotte, NC
National Academy Museum, New York, NY
The New Britain Museum of Art, New Britain, CT
Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, FL
The Palmer Museum of Art, University Park, PA
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, Philadelphia, PA
Persis Corporation/Twigg-Smith Collection, Honolulu, HI
Sammlung Reydan Weiss, Obertsdorf, Germany
The Progressive Corporation, OH
Twin Farms, Barnard, VT
Virginia Museum of Fine Art, Richmond, VA
Wake Forest University Collection of Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, NC
Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC