Julia Fish  (American, 1950) 

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Julia Fish, Study for Threshold-Matrix I

 

Julia Fish
Study for Threshold-Matrix I
2012

Rhona Hoffman Gallery
Julia Fish, East Stair + West Stair- first steps with profiles

 

Julia Fish
East Stair + West Stair- first steps with profiles
2006-2007

Rhona Hoffman Gallery
Julia Fish, Living Rooms: SouthEast-Two, with lights, action

 

Julia Fish
Living Rooms: SouthEast-Two, with lights, action
2003-2005

Rhona Hoffman Gallery
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Julia Fish, Entry (Fragment Four) Widerschein; Studies (4 works)

 

Julia Fish
Entry (Fragment Four) Widerschein; Studies (4 works), 1999
oil on canvas

 

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Julia Fish, Garden #14

 

Julia Fish
Garden #14, 1993
works on paper (drawings, watercolors etc.), ink

 

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1976   Earned a BFA from the Pacific Northwest College of Art Portland, OR, USA
1982   Earned a MFA from The Maryland Institute, College of Art Baltimore, MD, USA
1986   Received a NEA / Arts Midwest Visual Artist Fellowship
1987   Received a Art Matters, Inc., New York, NY, USA
1991   Received a Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Award
1993   Received a National Endowment for the Arts, Visual Artist Fellowship, Painting
1997   Received a Campus Research Board Grant, University of Illinois at Chicago • Research in Rome, Italy
2000 - 2001   Received a UIC Research Award in the Arts, Architecture and Humanities • Research in Austria, Italy, Slovenia, Germany
2001 - 2003   Received a Cal Arts / Alpert and Ucross Residency Prize, California / Wyoming
2006   Received a Individual Artist Award from the Richard H. Driehaus Foundation
  Born in Toledo, Oregon; Lives and works in Chicago
  Visual Artist and Professor, School of Art and Design
  College of Architecture and the Arts, University of Illinois at Chicago
  The Robert H. Mitchel / University of Illinois Scholar Award
2013   Group show curated by Shane Campbell, Federica Schiavo Gallery, Rome, Italy
2012   Julia Fish Exhibitions 2012:
Anagram City Golden, Chicago, IL, USA
Rarely Seen Contemporary Works on Paper , Art Institute of Chicago, IL, USA
Group Summer Exhibition, Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, IL
Michael Grabner: The INOVA Survey, INOVA/Kenilworth, Milwaukee, WI, USA
PNCA Alumni Exhibition, Pacific Northwest College of Art, Portland, OR, USA
duckrabbit, ADDS DONNA, Chicago, IL, USA
Julia Fish, Anthony Pearson, Shane Campbell-Lincoln Park, Chicago, IL, USA
2011   Julia Fish Exhibitions 2011:
Julia Fish : eight drawings : seeing double, Times Club, Iowa City, IA, USA (solo exhibition)
Contemporary Collecting : The Judith Neisser Collection, The Art Institute of Chicago, IL, USA
Two-Fold, The Suburban, Oak Park, IL, USA
PaperTails, NYU / 80 Washington Square East Gallery, New York, NY, USA
2010   Julia Fish Exhibitions 2010:
Selected studies + drawings: 1996 – 2010, Gallery 2.5 / University Galleries, Illinois State University, Normal, IL, USA (solo exhibition)
2010 - Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY, USA
2009   Julia Fish Exhibitions 2009:
Picturing the Studio, Sullivan Galleries, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, IL, USA
Modern and Contemporary Works on Paper, The Art Institute of Chicago, IL, USA
2008   Julia Fish Exhibitions 2008:
Between: Stairs and Landings – works on paper, 2006 – 2007, Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, IL, USA
June Spiezer: A Post-1960’s Collection of Chicago Art, H.F. Johnson Gallery, Carthage College, Kenosha, WI, USA
2007   Work in Progress / Visiting Artists: Julia Fish, Aaron Pilat, Sarah Zwerling, American Academy in Rome, Italy
2006   Julia Fish Exhibitions 2006:
Twice Drawn,The Tang Museum and Art Gallery, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY, USA
One Hundred Artists - One Hundred Watercolors, Jeannie Freilich Fine Art, New York, NY, USA
Drawing as Process in Contemporary Art, David and Alfred Smart Museum of Art, University of Chicago, IL, USA
The 181st Annual / Invitational ExhibitionNational Academy of Design, New York, NY, USA
Intersections: Richmond Burton, Lydia Dona, Julia Fish, Joe Fyfe, James Hyde, Fabian Marcaccio, Steve Roden, Davis Gallery, Myers School of Art, University of Akron, OH, USA
TakeOverHyde Park Art Center, Chicago, IL, USA site-specific projects / inaugural exhibition at the new HPAC
Figures in the Field: Figurative Sculpture and Abstract Painting from Chicago Collections, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL, USA
Slowness, Heaven Gallery, Chicago, IL, USA
2005   Julia Fish Exhibitions 2005:
Living Rooms, Anthony Grant, New York, NY, USA (solo exhibition)
Structure, Lucas Schoormans, New York, NY, USA
Small Monuments, Bowling Green State University, School of Art, OH, USA
2004   Julia Fish Exhibitions 2004:
The World Becomes a Private World - Cooper & Rosenwasser Collection, Mills College Art Museum, Berkeley, CA, USA
Apartment series # 4 , Mattress Factory, Pittsburgh, PA, USA curated for the Alan Wexler Apartment
25 Years of Contemporary Art at the Herron Gallery, Indiana State Museum, Indianapolis, IN, USA
The L.A. Years, Christopher Grimes Gallery, Santa Monica, CA, USA
2003   Julia Fish Exhibitions 2003:
Speculative Chicago: A Compendium of Architectural Innovation, Gallery 400, University of Illinois at Chicago, IL, USA
Mediated Nature, Oberlin College Gallery & Performance Space at HERE HERE, Cleveland, OH, USA
Variance, Angles Gallery, Santa Monica, CA, USA- Appel, Barth, Fish, Graham, Isermann, Kuitca, Matta-Clark, McBride
2002   Julia Fish Exhibitions 2002:
Julia Fish • in Chicago: 1614 N. Hermitage Avenue, Galerie Remise, Verrein allerArt, Bludenz, Austria (solo exhibition)
[ drawings for ] Living Rooms, Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, IL, USA (solo exhibition)
Out of Place: Contemporary Art and the Architectural Uncanny, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago IL traveled: The Samuel P. Harn Museum, University of Florida
Works on Paper: Julia Fish, Pia Fries, David Ireland, Dean Smith, Christopher Grimes Gallery, Santa Monica CA, USA
2001   Julia Fish Exhibitions 2001:
Entry: Plan, Fragments, Reconstructions, Christopher Grimes Gallery, Santa Monica, CA, USA (solo exhibition)
In Between: Art and Architecture, MAK Center for Art and Architecture / Schindler House, Los Angeles, CA, USA
Patient Process, Faulconer Gallery, Grinnell College, Grinnell, IA, USA
Doppelganger, Northern Illinois University Gallery, Chicago, IL, USA
New Works, Feigen Contemporary, New York, NY, USA
2000   Julia Fish Exhibitions 2000:
BLINK - Interventions in the Salon, N.I.U. Gallery in Chicago, IL, USA
Telesthesia and Amnescopia, Rymer Gallery, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, IL, USA
Transcending / Earth and Sky, University Art Gallery, San Diego State University, CA, USA
Out of Line, The Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, IL, USA
Drawings V, Koplin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, USA
1999   Julia Fish Exhibitions 1999:
Bricks Siding Mirror Entry, Feigen Contemporary, New York, NY, USA (solo exhibition)
Site / Insight: Fish, Hurtig, Ledgerwood, Postiglione, Fine Arts Center, Highland Park, IL, USA
Draft, 3rd Occasional Survey of Abstract Art in Chicago, Klein Art Works Chicago, IL, USA
1998   Julia Fish Exhibitions 1998:
floor [ floret ] a site-specific project, Ten in One Gallery, Chicago, IL (solo exhibition)
Re: Entry [ Fragment One ], Christopher Grimes Gallery, Santa Monica, CA, USA (solo exhibition
Bauen und Bauten: Kunst in der Architektur, KunstMitte Berlin / Galerie Klaus Fischer Berlin, Germany
Denaturalized: An Artist's Project, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, IL, USA
Architecture & Inside, Paul Morris Gallery New York, NY, USA
Inglenook, Feigen Contemporary New York, NY, USA
20 X 20, Decker Gallery, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD, USA
1997   Julia Fish Exhibitions 1997:
Zeichnungen [4], Galerie Klaus Fischer, Berlin, Germany
New Work: Drawings Today , San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, CA, USA
salientgreen, Susanne Hilberry Gallery, Birmingham, MI, USA
1997   New Work, Feigen, Inc. Chicago, IL
1996   Julia Fish Exhibitions 1996:
View - Julia Fish, Selected Paintings and Drawings, 1985 -1995, The Renaissance Society at The University of Chicago, IL, USA traveled to the Madison Art Center, Madison, WI, USA (solo exhibition)
Art in Chicago, 1945 - 1995, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL, USA
Mist : Julia Fish, Michelle Grabner, Carla Preiss, Kay Rosen, Hermetic Gallery, Milwaukee, WI, USA
Drawings, Christopher Grimes Gallery, Santa Monica, CA, USA
1995   Julia Fish Exhibitions 1995:
Selected Drawings, 1990 -1994, Illinois Art Gallery, Chicago, IL, USA
Lipton-Owens Company, New York, NY, USA
Christopher Grimes Gallery, Santa Monica, CA, USA
Julia Fish / Thomas Nozkowski, Works on Paper Revolution, A Gallery Project, Ferndale, MI, USA
Literally Abstract, Center for Research in Contemporary Art, The University of Texas at Arlington, TX, USA
1994 - 1995   Korrespondenzen / Correspondences, Berlinische Galerie, Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin, Germany traveled to The Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, IL, USA
1994   Julia Fish Exhibitions 1994:
Feigen Inc., Chicago, IL, USA (solo exhibition)
Julia Fish / Richard Rezac: Drawings, Gallery 299, Portland State University, Portland, OR, USA
After and Before, The Renaissance Society at The University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA
Art On The Map, The Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, IL, USA
Intimate Observations, Baxter Gallery, Maine College of Art, Portland, ME, USA
1993   Julia Fish Exhibitions 1993:
Christopher Grimes Gallery, Santa Monica, CA, USA (solo exhibition)
Subject Matters: Jeanne Dunning, Julia Fish, Tom Friedman, Kendall College of Art and Design, Grand Rapids, MI, USA
The Categories of Robert Smithson, N.A.M.E. Gallery, Chicago, IL, USA
1992   Julia Fish Exhibitions 1992:
Amy Lipton Gallery New York, NY (solo exhibition)
Fall: Minerva McIntyre, Julia Fish, Amy Hauft, Amy Lipton Gallery, New York, NY, USA
Linda Burnham, Carl Bronson, Julia Fish, Christopher Grimes Gallery, Santa Monica, CA, USA
1991   Julia Fish Exhibitions 1991:
Robbin Lockett, Chicago, IL, USA (solo exhibition)
New Acquisitions: The M.C.A. Collects, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL, USA
Anti-Nihilism, N.A.M.E. Gallery, Chicago, IL, USA
1990   Julia Fish Exhibitions 1990:
New Generations: Chicago, Carnegie-Mellon Art Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Toward the Future: Contemporary Art in Context, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL, USA
1989   Julia Fish Exhibitions 1989:
Loughelton Gallery, New York, NY, USA (solo exhibition)
Herron Gallery, Indianapolis Center for Contemporary Art, Indianapolis, IN, USA (solo exhibition)
On Kawara Date Paintings, 1966-1988, The Renaissance Society at The University of Chicago, IL, USA
Chicago Works: Art From The Windy City, Erie Art Museum, Erie, and Bruce Gallery, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, Edinboro, PA, USA
1988   Julia Fish Exhibitions 1988:
Latitudes: Focus on Chicago, Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, CO, USA
Julia Fish / Mary Heilmann / Julian Lethbridge, Robin Lockett, Chicago, IL, USA
Of Another Nature, Loughelton Gallery, New York, NY, USA
Good Painting: Contemporary Chicago Painters, State of Illinois Art Gallery, Chicago, IL, USA
Discreet Power: Reductive Issues in Contemporary Painting, Rockford Art Museum, Rockford, IL, USA
1987   Julia Fish Exhibitions 1987:
Robbin Lockett, Chicago, IL, USA (solo exhibition)
Twenty Painters: N.E.A. Arts Midwest Fellowship Exhibition, Minneapolis College of Art and Design, MN, USA
Surfaces: Two Decades of Painting in Chicago, Terra Museum of American Art, Chicago, IL, USA
Inaugural, fiction / nonfiction Gallery, New York, NY, USA
1986   Julia Fish Exhibitions 1986:
Chicago Draws, Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago, IL, USA
Julia Fish / Richard Rezac, Feature, Chicago, IL, USA
Abstracted Landscapes, Robbin Lockett Gallery, Chicago, IL, USA
1985   Julia Fish Exhibitions 1985:
Invitational Feature, and Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, IL, USA
Ten Years, Mount Royal School of Painting, Meyerhoff Gallery, Maryland Institute, College of Art, Baltimore, MD, USA
1984   Julia Fish Exhibitions 1984:
Drawings 1976 -1984, Lane Community College, Eugene, OR, USA (solo exhibition)
Faculty Exhibition, The University of Iowa Museum of Art, Iowa City, IA, USA
1983   Current Concerns, Linfield College, McMinnville, OR, USA
1982   Blackfish Gallery, Portland, OR, USA (solo exhibition)
1981   Exchanges, Meyerhoff Gallery, The Maryland Institute, College of Art, Baltimore, MD, USA
1979   Oregon Women Artists, Hallie Brown Ford Gallery, Willamette University, Salem, OR, USA
1978   Julia Fish / Esther Podemski, Mount Hood Community College, Gresham, OR, USA
  The Art Institute of Chicago, IL, USA
  Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL, USA
  Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA, USA
  The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY, USA
  The Harold Washington Library Center, Chicago, IL, USA
  The Smart Museum of Art, University of Chicago, IL, USA
  The Illinois State Museum, Springfield, IL, USA
  The State of Oregon
2012    Warnock, Molly. Painting’s Place, Art in America, March 2013. Pg 116-121.
2011    Asper, Colleen, and Greenbaum, Ethan. Two-Fold, The Suburban, Oak Park, IL : catalogue to the exhibition
Berry, Ian and Shear, Jack, Editors. Twice Drawn : Modern and Contemporary Drawings in Context, The Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery, Skidmore College, Prestel / Munich, London, New York
Rondeau, James. Contemporary Collecting : The Judith Neisser Collection, Art Institute of Chicago, Yale U. Press.
Wright, Maggie. PaperTails, NYU / 80 WSE Gallery, New York, NY, catalogue to the exhibition.
2010    Bonami, Francesco, and Carrion-Murayari, Gary. 2010 - Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, distributed by Yale University Press, New Haven
Bovee, Katherine. Interview with Julia Fish: Untitled, PNCA OnLine Magazine, No. 2: http://untitled.pnca.edu/articles/show/673/
Fish, Julia, with introduction by James Cahn. Podcast : Society for Contemporary Art / Art Institute of Chicago: http://www.artic.edu/aic/visitor_info/podcasts/artist_talks/index.html
Fish, Julia. Julia Fish : Hermitage. Whitney Focus / Video, Whitney Museum of American Art; Pierce Jackson, producer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-eZt4nusTpM&feature=related
Fressola, Michael J. “The 2010 Whitney Biennial,” SI Live, February 27: http://www.silive.com/entertainment/arts/index.ssf/2010/02/post_11.html
Fox, Dan. “Whitney Biennial 2010” Frieze Magazine, May 2010: http://www.frieze.com/issue/review/whitney_biennial_2010/
McKenzie, Duncan, and Richard Holland. Interview with Julia Fish: Bad At Sports, Episode 242: http://badatsports.com/2010/episode-242-julia-fish/
Rondeau, James, and Kirshner, Judith Russi. Contemporary Collecting : The Donna and Howard Stone Collection, Art Institute of Chicago.
2008    Artner, Alan. “In the Galleries,” Chicago Tribune, May 16
Camper, Fred. “Julia Fish – Between: Stairs and Landings,” Chicago Reader, May 15
Eshoo, Amy, Editor. 560 Broadway: a New York drawing collection at work, 1991-2006, Fifth Floor Foundation, New York and Yale University Press, New Haven and London
TRACEY: Simon Downs, Russ Marshall, Phil Sawdon, Andy Selby, Jane Tormey, Editors: Drawing Now - Between the Lines of Contemporary Art, I.B.Tauris & Co., _London
2007    Finch, Richard D., and Veda M. Rives. Marks from the Matrix, Normal Editions Workshop, Collaborative Limited Edition Prints, 1976-2006, Illinois State University Vroom, Christopher. “Spotlight, Dialogue with Curator Stephanie Smith,” Artadia / Insider Newsletter Winter, 2007: http://www.artadia.org/newsletter/2007Winter/index.html
2006    Artner, Alan. “Drawings sketch process of creating art,” Chicago Tribune, December 21
2005    Fish, Julia. “1614 N. Hermitage Avenue” in Chicago Architecture: Histories, Revisions, Alternatives edited by Charles Waldheim and Katerina Ruedi Ray, University of Chicago Press
Myers, Terry R. “ Julia Fish – Painting as House and Home,” Anthony Grant, Inc., New York : exhibition brochure
2004    Anger, Jenny. “Paul Klee and the Decorative in Modern Art,” Cambridge University Press
Elms, Anthony, Editor. “Julia Fish, floor [ floret ]” White Walls, TerraForm, artist pages, April
2002    Artner, Alan. “For Fish, home a matter of form,” Chicago Tribune, June 28, Sec. 7:32
Camper, Fred. “Critic’s Choice,” Chicago Reader, July 26, Sec. 2: 21
Pichler, Karlheinz. “Das ermalter Eigenheim,” Neue Vorarlberger Tagezeitung, Okt.12 K:39
Yood, James. “Julia Fish • Rhona Hoffman Gallery,” Artforum, October:129
Zdanovics, Olga. “Reviews / Midwest • Chicago, Illinois” Art Papers Magazine, Nov-Dec.: 60
2001    Charmelo, Julie. “Doppelganger” Northern Illinois University Gallery, Chicago, IL : catalogue
Doe, Donald and Wright, Lesley. “Patient Process,” Faulconer Gallery, Grinnell College, IA : catalogue
Greenwald, LouAnne. “In Between Art and Architecture” MAK Center for Art and Architecture, Los Angeles, CA : Exhibition brochure
Lockwood, Wes. “Patient Process,” New Art Examiner, May- June:101
Pagel, David. “Exhibition Accents a Modern Masterpiece” Los Angeles Times, March 24, F:18
2000    Hughes, Jill Elaine. “Blink: Interventions in the Salon,” Dialogue: Arts in the Midwest, March - April
Pincus, Robert L. “Landscapes: Old passion with new, darker side,” San Diego Union Tribune, April 23: E-4
1999    Fish, Julia. “Entry” Feigen Contemporary, NY and Christopher Grimes, Santa Monica, CA : catalogue w/ statement
Mahoney, Robert. “Julia Fish + Claudia Matzko,” Time Out New York, May 20-27:79
1998    Artner, Alan. “Julia Fish / Ten in One,” Chicago Tribune, October 1, Sec. 5:2
Grabner, Michelle. “Lake Breeze - Referential Abstraction in Chicago,” New Art Examiner, September: 22-26
Hixson, Kathryn. “Julia Fish / Ten in One Gallery,” New Art Examiner, December-January 1999:53
Johnson, Ken. “Inglenook,” The New York Times, July 24: Sec. E39
Snodgrass, Susan. “Letter from Chicago,” C Magazine, November-January 1999:45
1997    Fish, Julia. “Garden Drawings, 1993-1996,” Published on the occasion of “Zeichnungen [4]” Galerie Klaus Fischer, Berlin, Germany : catalogue
Jana, Reena. “New Work: Drawings Today,” Flash Art, October 1997:75
1996    Gamble, Allison. “Julia Fish / The Renaissance Society,” C Magazine, Spring / April-June: 46
Palmer, Laurie. “Julia Fish / The Renaissance Society, Chicago,” Frieze, May:65 The Renaissance Society at The University of Chicago.
View - Julia Fish, Selected Paintings and Drawings, 1985-1995, essays by Harold L. Johnson and Judith Russi Kirshner : catalogue
Snodgrass, Susan. “Julia Fish at The Renaissance Society,” Art in America, April:121
Warren, Lynne and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago. “Art in Chicago, 1945-1995” : catalogue
Wiens, Ann. “Julia Fish / The Renaissance Society,” New Art Examiner, March:38
1995    Camper, Fred. “Art People: Julia Fish's second nature,” Chicago Reader, February 3, Sec.1:7
Illinois Art Gallery, Chicago. “Julia Fish, Selected Drawings, 1990-1994,” interview with Julia Fish by Kent Smith, curator, FOCI series : exhibition brochure
Pagel, David. Reviews: “Shifting Canvas: Julia Fish,” Los Angeles Times, March 16, Sec. F:5
1994    Berlinische Galerie im Martin-Gropius Bau, Berlin, and The Chicago Cultural Center, “Korespondenzen / Correspondences, 14 Artists from Chicago and Berlin,” essays: Judith Russi Kirshner, Gregory G. Knight, and Ursula Prinz, curators; and Stephen Lapthisophon : catalogue
Camper, Fred. “On the Brink of Abstraction,” Chicago Reader, February 4, Sec. 1:22.
Gross, Jennifer. “Intimate Observations,” Baxter Gallery, Maine College of Art, Portland, ME : exhibition essay
Kuhn, von Nicola. “Korrespondenzen – eine Austellung von vierzehn Kunstlern aus Chicago und Berlin im Martin-Gropius Bau,” Der Tages Spiegel, 20 November, Nr.15 097
Yood, James. “Julia Fish, Feigen, Inc.,” Artforum, April: 102
1993    Wilk, Deborah. “On Condition/Gallery 400,” New Art Examiner, April:31
Yood, James. “Untitled / Julia Fish, Gladys Nilsson,” International Critics Choice, The Mitchell Museum at Cedarhurst, Mt. Vernon, IL : catalogue
1992    Adcock, Craig. “Abstraction in Chicago,” Tema Celeste , April- May: 70-73, illus.
Scott, S. “Julia Fish / Amy Lipton,” Art News, October: 132
Tiffany Foundation, The Louis Comfort. “1991 Awards in Painting, Sculpture, Printmaking, Photography, and Craft Media”, New York, NY: catalogue
1991    Artner, Alan. “Fish reduces nature to its spare emblems,” Chicago Tribune, April 4, Sec.5:9F
Fish, Julia. “Abstract Art: Alive and Well in '91,” The Journal of Art, Vol. 4, No.6, June/July/August:29
Hixson, Kathryn. “Chicago in Review: Julia Fish,” Arts Magazine, Vol. 65, and No.10 Summer: 98
Holg, Garret. “Chicago: Julia Fish,” ART News, Vol.90, No. 7, September: 142
Postiglione, Corey. “Chicago: Julia Fish,” Dialogue: Arts in the Midwest, July/August: 10-11
1990    Homisak, Bill. “King’s Chicago: our kind of town,” Tribune Review, Pittsburgh, March 4
King, Elaine. “New Generations: Chicago,” Carnegie-Mellon Art Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA: catalogue
Odom, Michael. “Art: Michael Gitlin and New Generations Chicago,” In Pittsburgh Newsweekly, March 14:20, 26
Warren, Lynne. “Toward the Future: Contemporary Art in Context,” The Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
1989    Fernandes, Joyce. “Chicago Works: Art from the Windy City,” Bruce Gallery, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania and Erie Art Museum : catalogue
Milano Internationale D'Art Contemporanea. “Prima Visione,” Milan, Italy : catalogue
Yood, James. “Julia Fish / Neil Goodman, Chicago View: Selected Works from the 1980s,” Herron Gallery, Indianapolis Center for Contemporary Art : catalogue
1988    Fernandes, Joyce. “Good Painting: Contemporary Chicago Painters,” New Art Examiner Vol. 15, No. 10, June:42
Lipton, Amy. “of another nature,” Loughelton Gallery : catalogue
McCracken, David. “Chicago artist paints image in the abstract,” Chicago Tribune, December 2, Sec 7:63
Provenzano, J. “Discreet Power: Reductive Issues in Contemporary Painting,” Rockford Art Museum, IL : catalogue
1987    Artner, Alan. “Julia Fish’s landscapes are a natural draw,” Chicago Tribune, April 3, Sec. 7:56
Kirshner, Judith Russi. “Surfaces: Two Decades of Painting in Chicago,” The Terra Museum of American Art, Chicago IL: catalogue
Yanson, Julie. “Choices: Twenty Painters from the Midwest,” Minneapolis College of Art and Design, MN : catalogue
1986    Artner, Alan. “Abstract exhibit works its wonders slowly,” Chicago Tribune, August 8, Sec. 7:51
1979    Gamblin, Carol. “New Portland Gallery,” ArtWeek May 12:7