Born: Houston, Texas, 1987

Resides: New York, New York

Education: Bard College (B.A., 2010)


Selected Solo Exhibitions



Shoot the Lobster, New York (May 5–June 10).



“A Split During Laughter at the Rally,” Reena Spaulings Fine Art, New York.

“Self Titled,” Project Native Informant, London.



“There Are Certain Facts That Cannot Be Disputed,” Museum of Modern Art, New York.

“Self Titled,” 186f Kepler, Basel.


Selected Group Exhibitions and Performances



“Art in the Age of the Internet,” Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston (February 7–May 20).

“I Was Raised on the Internet,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago (June 23–October 14).



“Trigger: Gender as a Tool and a Weapon,” New Museum, New York.

“Medusa,” Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris.

“Sonic Rebellion: Music as Resistance,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Detroit.

“It’s Get Better V,” Institute of Contemporary Arts, London.

“Perverts,” Cell Project Space, London.

“Untitled,” 186f Kepler, Basel.

“Dirge,” JTT, New York.

“Transitions,” Rod Bianco, Oslo.

“We Are Here,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago.



“Ninth Berlin Biennale: The Present in Drag,” KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin.

“Episode 8: Refuse Power’s Grasp,” Arika, Glasgow.

“Ways of Living,” David Roberts Art Foundation, London.

“Welt am Draht,” Julia Stoschek Collection, Berlin.

“Step and Repeat,” Musem of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.

“Dichterliebe / Divine Bitches Part Two” (performance with Emily Sundblad), The Kitchen, New York.

“Dissent: What They Fear Is the Light,” LACE, Los Angeles.

“Father Figures Are Hard to Find,” nGbK, Berlin.

“Seduction of a Cyborg,” Human Resources, Los Angeles.

“Glamour,” Contemporary Art Galleries, University of Connecticut, Storrs.



“Surround Audience: New Museum Triennial,” New York.

“Storylines: Contemporary Art at the Guggenheim,” Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York.

“Cyborg,” Zürcher Gallery, New York.

“Bring Your Own Body,” Cooper Union, New York.

“In Visible Architectures” (performance), Artists Space, New York.

“Free for All” (performance), Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia.



“Inversions,” Frieze Projects, London.

“Take Ecstasy with Me,” Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.

“Looking Back: The Eighth White Columns Annual,” White Columns, New York.

“Ur Head Is Mine,” AC Institute, New York.



“Neuromast: Certain Un-Certainty and Contemporary Art,” Franklin Street Works, Stamford, Connecticut.

“Rage: A Black Contemporary Art Happening,” Hundred Forsyth, New York.

“Strange Bedfellows: Collaborative Practice in Queer Art,” Root Division Gallery, San Francisco.

“Bunkerweltanschauung, Some Views: Feminism Off the Chains,” MoMA PS1, Long Island City, New York.

“The Whole House Eats,” Culturefix, New York.

“Honest Bodies,” Amsterdam Gallery at City College of New York.


Selected Bibliography



Harbison, Isobel. “Juliana Huxtable, PNI,” The White Review (November 1).

Chase, Solomon. “Juliana Huxtable’s Conspiracy Logic,” SSENSE (October 27).

Dean, Aria. “Introducing: Lorraine O’Grady and Juliana Huxtable, Part 2” (transcription), Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (September 28).

“Reviews: Juliana Huxtable, Brian Droitcour,” Art in America (August 23).

Gaffney, Adrienne. “Juliana Huxtable: A Transgressive Artist Finds Her Voice,” New York Times (July 6).

Zultanski, Steven. “Review of Mucus in My Pineal Gland,4Columns (June 6).

Edmonson, Tess. “Juliana Huxtable on Crisis, Conspiracy, and Collapse,” Topical Cream (June 4).

Siemsen, Thora. “The All Caps Imagination of Juliana Huxtable,” OUT (May 31).

Embuscado, Rain. “Queer Poet Juliana Huxtable Is Helping Art Regain Its Stride,” Artnet News (May 19).



Dean, Aria. “Introducing: Lorraine O’Grady and Juliana Huxtable, Part 1” (transcription), Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (December 13).



Edwards, Adrienne. “Relishing the Minor: Juliana Huxtable’s Kewt Aesthetics,” MoMA (November 29).

“ ‘It’s Always a Question of Fantasy’: Juliana Huxtable on Her Indisputably Brilliant Performa Commission, Chiaverina,” ARTnews (November 20).

Burns, Charlotte. “Juliana Huxtable Interrogates ‘Older, Whiter Versions’ of History at MoMA,” Guardian (November 6).

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