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Jamian Juliano-Villani was born on 1987 in American, is an American painter. Discover Jamian Juliano-Villani's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 33 years old?

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"My paintings are meant to function like TV, in a way. The viewer is supposed to become passive. Instead of alluding or whispering, like a lot of art does, this is art that tells you what’s up. It kind of does the work for you, like TV does."


In early 2018, Ten Pound Hand, Juliano-Villani's second show at JTT gallery, opened with positive reviews. Critic Zoë Lescaze writes that, "In Gone with the Wind (all works 2018), a cartoon fish gluts itself on Coca-Cola while a helpless-looking firefighter floats above burning California. October depicts an ash-choked Pompeian infant blowing across an empty school hallway. The linoleum floor is littered with shattered glass, in an eerie evocation of recent school shootings. Together, these works convey a loss of control, of entropy overriding security, idealism, and best-case scenarios."


In 2015, Juliano-Villani had her first solo museum show at Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit. Later that year, the artist presented new works at JTT gallery, titled Crypod. Writer and art critic Sarah Nicole Prickett writes for Artforum, "The best painting is the one that looks you square in the eyes, but its own eyes are scratched right out: Penny’s Change is a smear-up of a puffer-jacketed graffiti artist’s selfie and Peter Saul’s Mona Lisa Throws Up Pizza, 1995, with the kind of teeth—big but mostly missing—that appear to you in nightmares about money." The artist has lectured at the Cranbrook Academy of Art and at the Swiss Institute alongside Brian Belott .


Juliano-Villani graduated from Rutgers University in 2013.

Juliano-Villani's first solo exhibition, Me, Myself and Jah, opened at Rawson Projects in 2013. In an interview with Jonathan Griffin, featured on ARTnews, Juliano-Villani says of her work,


Jamian Juliano-Villani (born 1987) is an American painter. Juliano-Villani painting's pull from a wide range of references including fashion, photography, illustration, and art history to create hyper-saturated scenes and portraits. Juliano-Villani lives and works in New York, NY.


Juliano-Villani grew up in Newark, New Jersey. As a daughter of commercial painters, Juliano-Villani spent much of her childhood in her parents silk-screening factory familiarizing herself with 1970s and 1980s graphic design.