Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY

Solo and Two-Person shows:

Reality Show, with Filip Kostic, TSA LA, Los Angeles, CA

Julian Kreimer, LUX Art Institute, Encinitas, CA 

Coming and Going, Weeknights GalleryBrooklyn, NY
Julian Kreimer, Artist House Party Presents (online) curated by Chris Joy
Postcards from Sunset Park, Can(n)on Studios, Goleta, CA,

Both Types of Painting, (two-person show), Lenore Gray Gallery, Providence, RI

Christopher Ulivo and Julian Kreimer, (two-person) Lenore Gray Gallery, Providence, RI

Julian Kreimer, Sol Koffler Gallery, Providence, RI

Designforanincreasedefficiency, Downtown Artspace, Charlottesville, VA 

Selected Group Exhibitions


The Scenic Route, curated by Aaron Zulpo and Johnny DeFeo, 1969 Gallery, NYC

1969 Gallery at the Armory Art Fair Off-site: The Guild of Adventure Painters, Astor Place, NYC

Cyborgian Swamp Thang II: Or, A Post-Human/Machine Untergang, curated by Andrew

Woolbright, Super Dutchess Gallery, NYC


Signs of Life, online show curated by Andrea Belag, Morgan Lehman Gallery, NYC


Courtesy of, Transmitter Gallery, Brooklyn

Fourth Dimension by Brian Shankar Adler, Circavision Productions, Album cover art


Groundwork, TSA Gallery, travelling show

Zeichnungen, Kunst in Fluc, curated by Gerlind Zeilner, Vienna, Austria

MacDowell Now, Curator Gallery, curated by Mark Wethli, NY, NY

Presentation, Hotel Pupik , Scheifling, Austria

Risky Behavior, Field Projects, New York, NY
Personal Space, Snyderman-Works Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Collaboration: The Artist and the Land, New Hampshire Institute of Art,  Peterborough, NH

Let’s Be Real, curated by Hilary Doyle and Reid Hitt, Project 722, Brooklyn, NY

City as Subject, curated by Xico Greenwald, Westbeth Gallery, NYC
In the Office of the Drunken Monkey, TSA Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Improvised Showboat, Kathy Bradford Studio, Brooklyn, NY
Diagonal Triangle, Artist Houseparty Viewing Room, NY, NY
The Land Has Many Parts, Jane Deering Gallery, Santa Barbara CA
Higher Learning, curated by Danielle Tegeder, Lehman College, Bronx, NY (travelling)
100 Works on Paper Benefit, Kentler International Drawing Space, Brooklyn, NY

Let’s Talk about Love Baby, curated by Chido Johnson and Nick Lamia, Printed Matter, NYC,
Date, Time, Place; three-person show, Denison U, and Maas Gallery, SUNY Purchase
Interchanges, three-person show, Virginia Center for Latin American Art, Richmond, VA
100 Works on Paper Benefit, Kentler International Drawing Space, Brooklyn, NY

Intramural, Tiger Strikes Asteroid, Philadelphia, PA
Time, Place, three-person show, RISD Memorial Hall Gallery, RISD, Providence, RI

Fresh Flowers, curated by Dana Frankfort, Sherman Gallery, Boston University
Chain Letter, Samson Projects, Boston, MA
Paper Jam, Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, NY
Aljira Fine Art Auction, Aljira Center for Contemporary Art, Newark NJ

Tenants, curated by Vera Iliatova, 106 Green Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
The Painting Show, Richard Levy Gallery, Albuquerque, NM

Summer Group Show, Lenore Gray Gallery, Providence, RI
Your Portrait in Oils, Smack-Mellon Benefit at Michael Steinberg Gallery, NYC
Night, Alexandre Gallery, New York, NY 
Purchase Faculty Exhibit, Richard and Dolly Maass Gallery, Purchase College, NY
Pratt Faculty Exhibit, Schafler Gallery, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
RISD Faculty Biennial, RISD Museum of Art, Providence, RI

The Innerworld of the Outerworld of the Innerworld, curated by Marco Breuer, Von Lintel Gallery
The Guys We Would Fuck, curated by Nayland Blake, Monya Rowe Gallery, NYC
Aljira Fine Art Auction, Aljira Center for Contemporary Art, Newark, NJ

Quiet Riot, March Gallery, NYC
Horizon, Elizabeth Foundation Gallery, NYC, curated by David Humphrey
IMAXed OUT, Vitate Loft, curated by Elka Krajewska, NYC
Aljira Fine Art Auction, Aljira Center for Contemporary Art, Newark, NJ

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
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, curated by Kiki Smith and Sam Messer, NYC

Anywhere but Here, Artists’ Space, New York, curator: Jenelle Porter,
Get Surreal, 2nd Street Gallery, Charlottesville, VA curator: Leah Stoddard, Gallery Director


Doris and Carl Kempner Senior Faculty Research Award, SUNY Purchase, 2020-2022

NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship in Painting, 2018

Hotel Pupik at Schrattenberg Castle, artist-in-residence, Summer 2017

MacDowell Colony, 2000 & 2017
Yaddo Residency, 2013 & 2017
Faculty Support Grant, Purchase College 2010-16
Emily and Eugene Grant Award, 2014
Holler Farm Artist Residency, invited by Director Mina Takahashi, Oxford, NY, 2012
UUP/JLM Grant Award for painting, 2010, ’11, ’14, ‘16
Junior Faculty Development Award, Purchase College, 2011-12
Academic Enrichment Fund , RISD, 11/06
RISD Graduate Painting Fellowship & Honors, 2001-& 2002
RISD Art History Teaching Assistantship, 2001-03
Vermont Studio Center, artist’s grant & residency, 2001
Lemoine Page Visual Arts Award for Outstanding Thesis Show, Princeton U., 1998


“Cyborgian Swamp Thang ii” Listing, Ofluxo, May 2021

William Corwin, "The Pursuit of Aesthetics: Artwork Created During Quarantine," Brooklyn Rail, 7/20

Etty Yaniv, "Artists on Coping: Julian Kreimer," Art Spiel, May 14, 2020

Liisa Silander, "Fellowships Support Painters' Progress", RISD.edu 7/25/18

Sharon Butler, “The 2018 NYSCA/NFYA Fellowships,” Two Coats of Paint, July 11, 2018

"Episode 4: Julian Kreimer," Studio Interview on Magic Praxis Podcast, February 1, 2017

Elizabeth Herrmann and Ryan Shelley, CO LAB: A Collaborative Design Survey,
Amsterdam: BIS Publishing, 2015, p. 235.

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

Paddy Johnson and Michael Farley, “This Week’s Must See Art Events: New York is Cheaper Than Venice,” Art F City, 5/4/15

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, 3/18/15

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” (image), Santa Barbara News-Press, January 24, 2014

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

Nathan Vonk, “The Land Has Many Parts at Jane Deering,” (blog listing with image) Santa Barbara Art Blog, January 12, 2014. 

Paddy Johnson, “Tuesday Links…n+1 podcast” Art F City, January 7, 2014.

RVAMag.com, “First Friday RVA, October 2013: A Burning Love of Art,” October 2, 2013

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

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

Jen Coates, "Time/Place," exhibition catalog essay, 2013.

Philip Kennedy, “Great Work from Painter Julian Kreimer,” The Fox Is Black, May 29, 2013.

“VACLAA presents: Interchanges, New work by Kandy Lopez, Leo
 Castaneda, & Julian Kreimer,”
(listing) Feest, Oct 4, 2013.

 “First Friday Highlights: October,” (listing) Richmond.com, October 3, 2013.
Lab Reporter, “Great Work from Painter Julian Kreimer,” Create Laboratory Ltd., May 29, 2013.

“Part of the Story: Curated by Julian Kreimer,” (listing) Rhizome, March 20, 2013.

 “Part of the Story: Curated by Julian Kreimer,”  (listing) AMP: artists’ meeting place and resource collective March 7, 2013. 

Katarine Hybenova,“Top 5 Events This Weekend for a Bushwick Polar Bear,” Bushwick Daily, Jan. 25, 2013.

“Go and See: Tuesday 9-Monday 15 October” (listing) Big, Red and Shiny (art blog)

“Julian Kreimer: In Studio,” Art Matters! March 6, 2012

Brett Baker, Painter’s Table: Top 10 Best Posts: March 2012,” Huffington Post, April 13, 2012

"Julian Kreimer: In Studio," Painters’ Table: Magazine of the painting blogosphere, March 2012

Studio interview, Gorky’s Granddaughter, February 2012

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

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

Mary Jones (interview), “The Optimism of Observation,” Bomb Magazine Blog, May 7, 2009

Doug Norris, “J. Kreimer and C. Ulivo at Lenore Gray,” Art New England, June 2009

Erik Gould, “Art Scene: A little bit of ‘Star Wars,’ a little bit of ‘Jurassic Park’” Providence Journal, 3/19/09
Jeremy Sigler, “Live Forever: Elizabeth Peyton,” [mention] Brooklyn Rail, Dec 2008-Jan 2009

“Julián Kreimer y Yolanda del Amo”, Newsweek (Argentina Edition), Feb. 14, 2007, p. 53.
Manuel Crespo, “Descubrir el arte argentino, el interés de 22 estudiantes norteamericanos”), La Nación, [Argentine national newspaper], Feb. 13, 2007, p.8.
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.


Contributor, Art in America, 2006-2020; 54 reviews, 8 feature articles (including 3 cover articles)

"Contextualizing Nicolás de Jesús: Decentralizing the Gaze of Contemporary Art” in Nicolás de Jesús: A Mexican Artist for Global Justice, edited by Patrice Giasson, (Munich and Purchase, NY: Hirmer and Neuberger Museum of Art: 2022), 43-53

 Interview series for 2021 Projects, Memphis, TN, curated by Nelson Gutierrez (2021)

 "The Enchantment of Uses," for Engels the Artist Exhibition (Purchase, NY: Neuberger Museum exh. cat. 2019)

"Rufino Tamayo," Painters on Painting, March 20, 2014

“Painting and the World: A Remembrance of Denyse Thomasos,” Hyperallergic, 3/13/13

“Painting Under Obama,” Paper Monument, Issue #4, 2013,

“Wet on Wet” Paper MonumentDraw It with Your Eyes Closed: the Art of the Art Assignment, 2012

 “The Mexican Tourist: Rubén Ortiz-Torres’ The Past is Not What it Used to Be” in Pre-Columbian Remix (Purchase, NY: Neuberger Museum exh. cat. 2013)

"Marco Breuer New Pictures," Minneapolis Institute of Art, (online) May, 2010

Contributor, Modern Painters Magazine, 2002-04

Curatorial Experience

Motion Pictures, (artist-produced film shorts), Jacob Burns Film Center, (2016, '18, & '20)

Studio Sessions, web artist-discussion series (www.studiosessions.org), co-produced with Karolyn Hatton

In the Office of the Drunken Monkey, co-curated with C. Ulivo, TSA Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, 2014

Lower East Side Print Workshop, guest curator, spring 2013 group show

Aljira Center for Contemporary Art Benefit, member, acquisitions committee, 2007-08, 2011

Juror, Exhibition Selection Committee, PS 122 Gallery, New York, NY 2009

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


2015-current      Associate Professor, SUNY Purchase College, School of A&D
2009-2015          Assistant Professor, SUNY Purchase College, School of A&D
2003-2008          Adjunct Faculty, RISD, Painting Department and Graduate Studies
2007-2009          Visiting Associate Professor, Pratt Institute, Fine Arts Dept.
2008-2009          Adjunct Assist. Professor, Tyler School of the Arts, Painting Dept.

M.F.A.        2003    Painting                 Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), honors
M.A.           1999    Painting                  Chelsea College of Art and Design, London, UK
B.A.            1998    Art History & VIS    Princeton University, summa cum laude