Through March 1, 2024 Julia Kwon: Power in Numbers Taubman Center North Gallery of The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
For her solo exhibition, Julia presents her bojagi patchworks with various patterns from contemporary sociopolitical events to challenge the notion of authenticity and argue for more capacious possibilities for one's identity and sense of community.
March 24 — July 28, 2024 Hallyu! The Korean Wave Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA
Julia's work will be featured in this exhibition curated by the V&A Museum and Christina Yu Yu, MFA Boston's Chief of Curatorial Affairs & Conservation and Chair of the Art of Asia Department. The exhibition will explore the colorful and dynamic popular culture of South Korea in all its expanse, including the Korean American experience.
Summer 2024 Artist Residency and BIPOC Award Santa Fe Art Institute, Santa Fe, NM
Julia will participate in SFAI's 2024 thematic residency where resident artists will explore concepts around sovereignty, including land, treaty rights, cultural appropriation, gender, bodily autonomy, ethnolinguistics, dissemination of content, and interdependencies or divisions that change sovereign relationships.
November 1, 2024 — September 14, 2025 The Shape of Power: Stories of American Race and Sculpture Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC
Julia will exhibit her work that comments on the dehumanization and fetishization of Asian female bodies as part of this exhibition, curated by Karen Lemmey, Tobias Wofford, and Grace Yasumura.