Julie Rafalski

About

Julie Rafalski is an artist working with collage, drawing and photography. Her work explores the inter-relationship between passing time, place and perception. Of Polish-American heritage, she obtained a BFA at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (2003) and an MFA at the Slade School of Fine Art in London (2006).

She has exhibited nationally and internationally and has shown her work at solo shows: at the David and Reva Logan Center for the Arts in Chicago (2016), Fabryka Trzciny in Warsaw (2014), Studio Wooden Gallery in Chicago (2014) and Westminster Reference Library Gallery in London (2013). Her work was shown at group shows in the Kunstmuseum Reutlingen, Germany, The Royal Academy Summer Show, (London) and the Liverpool Biennale, The Mall Galleries (London), among others. She has participated in several international residencies, including one at the Nelimarkka Museum in Alajärvi, Finland most recently.

Since 2010 she has also been working as an freelance arts educator and has worked with institutions such as Cubitt Education, Eastside and Margate Now Festival.

In 2018 she was shortlisted for the Derwent Art Prize. Her work is held in several international public and private collections. She is based between London and Margate, UK.