Born 1969 Kent, Julie Verhoeven lives and works in London. Graduated from Kent Institute of Art & Design (1987).
Verhoeven’s formal training was in fashion design and she is primarily known for her work as a fashion illustrator in the noughties. Alongside her activity in the fashion world, she makes art for exhibitions, and teaches fashion on the MA at Central Saint Martins.
Select solo exhibitions include Julie og Jimmy go dogging, Hordaland Kunstsenter, Bergen (2014); Whiskers Between my Legs, ICA, London (2014); Your Fly is Open, Stedelijk Museum, ’s-Hertogenbosch, Amsterdam (2013); Ladies, Lets Rip!, The Holburne Museum, Bath (2013); Bread & Butt, Galerie Meyer Kainer, Vienna (2012); Manwatching: Daisy, Peles Empire, London (2012); and Fannying Around, The Hayward Gallery, London (2009). Select group exhibitions include Editions, Peles Empire, Berlin (2019); Drawing, M.Goldstein, London (2019); A woman looking at men looking at women, Museum Susch, Susch (2019); Spot On, Kulturzentrum Alte Fabrik, Rapperswil (2019); VFD10 - PUNISH THE STREETS, New ART PROJECTS, London (2019); Bedswerver, FLAT:TWO, London (2018); FABRIC FACES, POWDER PHRASES, Althuis Hofland Fine Arts, Amsterdam (2018); The High Low Show, Laure Genillard Gallery, London (2017); Frieze, London (2016); Un Certain Regard, Durst Brit & Mayhew, The Hague (2016); The Conformist, Belmacz, London (2016); Raw & Delirious, Kunsthalle Bern, Switzerland (2015); and ICA off-site: Art, Club Culture, Fashion Selfridges, London (2013).
Awards include Honorary Fellow of Royal College of Art (2013).
Last updated: 30.04.2021