About the Artist
Judy Haberl (Newton, MA) Received her BA from University of Northern Colorado and her MFA in Painting and Installation from Tufts/School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. She merges the disciplines of sculpture, photography, printmaking and installation, with a deep interest in the evocative potential and history of objects within a culture. She embraces a cross-media approach in her work. Food culture, photoluminescence, mystery and cultural phenomenology are persistent subjects in her work.
She is the recipient of awards and grants including - The George A. and Eliza Gardner Howard Foundation Fellowship from Brown University, Grants from - LEF New England, General Fund Visual Artist Award, Artist's Resource Trust grants; Massachusetts Cultural Council Fellowship and Massachusetts College of Art Faculty Fellowships. She is represented in Boston by Gallery Kayafas.
Exhibitions include: Houston Center for Photography (HCP), Houston, TX, United Photo Industries, The Fence, Brooklyn, NY, Snug Harbor Cultural Center N.Y, The Pelham Art Center, NY, Stux Gallery, NY, A.I.R. Gallery. New York City The M.A.C. Center, Dallas, The ICA, Boston, REDLINE, Denver, Colorado, De Santos Gallery, Houston, TX, Cultural Center, Havana Cuba, Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT, The Rose Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA, Fotofest, Houston, TX, DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Lincoln, MA, She recently received a residency Fellowship at Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT.