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Juliana Huxtable was born on 29 December, 1987 in United States, is an American artist. Discover Juliana Huxtable’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 35 years old?
|35 years old
|29 December 1987
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Huxtable received a 2019 United States Artists Fellowship.
Huxtable’s first solo exhibition, A Split During Laughter at the Rally, opened at Reena Spaulings in New York City in May 2017. The exhibition featured several posters with DIY-inspired magnets, a video piece featuring members from House of Ladosha, and a flow chart. The show explored “the aesthetics of conspiracy and American paranoia” through various modes of resistance, alienation, and irony. Huxtable notes that the posters in the exhibition were formally inspired by American artist Emory Douglas.
Huxtable’s second solo exhibition, Juliana Huxtable, opened at Project Native Informant in London, England in October 2017. The exhibition featured three photographs of a black subject with various (often conflicting) tattoos, four sculptural paintings made of military-style clothing, and ten pamphlet-sized posters recounting, “a brawl between Antifa leftist skinheads and Nazi skinheads outside of a Fred Perry sample sale in Paris”. The show continues Huxtable’s exploration into conspiracy theories and paranoia, subcultures, and identity but on a more humorous note. Fashion also plays a major role throughout Huxtable’s practice as this show highlights. Huxtable has referenced Jose Esteban-Muñoz’s “Disidentification” as a major inspiration.
Her first book, Mucus in My Pineal Gland, was published in 2017 by Capricious. The book is a collection of previously performed poems, like UNTITLED (FOR STEWART) and THERE ARE CERTAIN FACTS THAT CANNOT BE DISPUTED, as well as a number of new poems. The book is written in her typical all-caps style and blue font.
Huxtable is a member of the New York City-based collective House of Ladosha. Members include Cunty Crawford Ladosha (Adam Radakovich), Neon Christina Ladosha (Christopher Udemezue), Paws Off Ladosha (Riley Hooker), Magatha Ladosha (Michael Magnan), La Fem Ladosha (Antonio Blair), and YSL Ladosha (Yan Sze Li). In January 2016, House of Ladosha showcased various art projects in This Is Your Brain. In 2017, the collective was selected to participate in the group exhibition Trigger: Gender as a Weapon and a Tool at the New Museum. They were also featured in Issue 7 of the magazine Gayletter.
In 2016, Huxtable was a Visiting Artists Program lecturer at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
In early 2015, Huxtable was selected to present work in the 2015 New Museum Triennial Surround Audience, curated by Lauren Cornell and artist Ryan Trecartin. Huxtable included two text-based works and two self-portraits, each an inkjet print from the series Universal Crop Tops For All The Self-Canonized Saints of Becoming. These works, along with a sculpture by fellow Triennial artist Frank Benson that depicted a life-sized Huxtable rendered in iridescent colors, were prominent works in the show. Vogue Writer Mark Guiducci dubbed Huxtable the “Star of the New Museum Triennial”.
Huxtable’s interest in fashion led her to model for a number of fashion houses and campaigns. In 2014, she was featured on the fifth anniversary cover of C☆NDY magazine along with 13 other transgender women – Janet Mock, Carmen Carrera, Geena Rocero, Isis King, Gisele Alicea, Leyna Ramous, Dina Marie, Nina Poon, Yasmine Petty, Niki M’nray, Pêche Di, Carmen Xtravaganza and Laverne Cox. Huxtable has modeled for DKNY, Eckhaus Latta, Chromat, and French fashion house Kenzo.
In August 2014, Huxtable performed in the video for the Hercules and Love Affair song “My Offence.” The video features excerpts of conversations with figures from New York City’s queer nightlife scene such as Honey Dijon and Contessa Stuto. The band’s primary member, Andrew Butler, described the song and its video as an examination of his “relationship to taboo words and the use of ‘cunt’ amongst NYC’s gay community to relay flattery, empowerment and strength”.
After leaving her position at the ACLU, Huxtable began DJing. In 2013, Huxtable participated in the House of Ladosha’s show Whole House Eats at Superchief Gallery. During her time as a DJ, Huxtable regularly integrated her poetry into DJ mixes. Huxtable’s poetry was featured in the song “Blood Oranges” from Le1f’s mixtape Tree House as well as the runway soundtrack for the Hood by Air Fall/Winter fashion show “10,000 Screaming Faggots” by Total Freedom.
Huxtable currently sits on the editorial board for Topical Cream, a New York-based platform that supports a community of artists, writers, designers, and technologists through digital publishing and public programming initiatives. Topical Cream was founded in 2013 and its board members include Lyndsy Welgos, Ara Anjargolian, Whitney Mallett, Juliana Huxtable, and Aria Dean.
Huxtable moved to New York to attend Bard College and graduated in 2010. Huxtable has spoken about the desire to be a painter while growing up and enrolled in several painting classes during college. She abandoned the medium after professors criticized her for her “obsession with” formal technique and identity. In an interview with artist Lorraine O’Grady, Huxtable mentions studying literature and gender studies.
Juliana Huxtable (born December 29, 1987) is an American artist, writer, performer, DJ, and co-founder of the New York-based nightlife project Shock Value. Huxtable has exhibited and performed at a number of venues including Reena Spaulings Fine Art, Project Native Informant, Artists Space, the New Museum, the Museum of Modern Art, Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, and Institute of Contemporary Arts. Huxtable’s multidisciplinary art practice explores a number of projects, such as the internet, the body, history, and text, often through a process she calls “conditioning.” Huxtable is a published author of two books and a member of the New York City-based collective House of Ladosha. She currently lives and works in New York City.