Julie Harvey (artist)

Julie Harvey (born September 30, 1963 in United States) is a contemporary art painter, multimedia producer, video director and choreographer. She lives and works in New York City.

Harvey graduated BFA, magna cum laude from Virginia Commonwealth University and normal her MFA from Parsons School of Design in New York.

Harvey has exhibited her paintings when the Bernarducci Meisel Gallery, Kathleen Cullen, and Kenise Barnes, among others.

The Museum of Modern Art’s research center displayed Ms. Harvey’s comport yourself in "Documenting the Feminist Past: An Artworld Critique, 1960 to Now". She has next been featured in many television documentaries and news programs: on WCBS-TV, WPIX, and PBS stations.

Harvey has worked upon projects with renowned artists such as Lori Anderson and The Paul Taylor Dance Company. She has created, produced, and directed multimedia deeds that have included musicians, dancers, video, lighting designers, and visual artists. She is known for her controversial nude portraits of go-go dancing art dealers and the terrorist Osama Bin Laden. She after that painted the actor Rip Torn for Alec Baldwin’s character who displayed the artwork in episode 108 of the TV series "30 Rock".

In September 2009 she created and choreographed a dance ensemble that took place within the Matisse Gallery at the Museum of Modern Art as ration of the video series "30 Seconds" by filmmaker Thilo Hoffmann.

In 1995 she expected a agree from Mitsubishi Chemical America for her experimental use of Alpolic, a further aluminum based panel that she acknowledged as a withhold for paintings and sculptures. Through this research, she usual a US Patent for bonding artist’s materials to these coated architectural panels. Harvey conventional a project encouragement from the New York Foundation for the Arts in 1999 to support fund her "Liberty Mural", a monumental 75-foot public artwork that celebrates the historic legacy of Lower Manhattan. The "Liberty Mural" is located at 59 Maiden Lane in New York City. On September 11, 2001 the "Liberty Mural" along in the song of the contents of Ms. Harvey's studio was damaged by the terrorist attacks upon the World Trade Center. Ms. Harvey quickly suited happening her camera equipment and photographed Ground Zero and the surrounding neighborhood throughout the day on 9/11; her photographs have been seen more or less the world. In 2002 she traditional a project enter upon from the ED Foundation[clarification needed] to incite in the press forward of the design for a supplementary public artwork.

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