Julianne Nash (b. 1991, Massachusetts) is a New York City based artist. She received her MFA in Photography Video and Related Media from the School of Visual Arts (2018), where was awarded the Assistantship Scholarship for two consecutive years, and the Alumni Scholarship; she received her BFA in Photography from Massachusetts College of Art and Design with Departmental Honors (2013). Julianne’s work exists at the intersection between photographic collage and digital painting; she utilizes algorithms inherent to Photoshop in conjunction with traditional compositing techniques to create densely layered landscape images.
Julianne was listed as a finalist in the NYSCA/NYFA Fellowship for Photography (2019). Her most notable exhibitions include "Place Title Here" at the Plaxall Gallery (NY) and "Ad Astra Per Aspera" at The Wassaic Project (NY). She participated in the REPOPULATIONS show at the Broadway Stages Gallery in conjunction with NoOSPHERE Arts, which was an official Climate Week event (2019). Julianne’s work was published in Lyle Rexer’s acclaimed book, “The Critical Eye: Fifteen Pictures to Understand Photography” (Intellect, 2019). Her self published artist book, Agglomeration, can be viewed at the School of Visual Arts Library in their Artist/Rare Book Collection. In 2021, Julianne was an artist in resident at Tiny Birch Residency (VT) and The Eastern Frontier Society’s Norton Island Residency (ME).
Julianne’s portfolio can be viewed in the most recent issue of DEAR DAVE, Magazine and online at Mobius Photo’s Spring Landscape Exhibition, in which she received Best in Show.
Solo show scheduled in May 2025.