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Julie Ault
Exhibitions at Galerie Buchholz

February 2018

book presentation and
exhibition with
Moyra Davey, Thomas Eggerer,
Jochen Klein, Cerith Wyn Evans,
Heinz Peter Knes, Wolfgang Tillmans, Danh Vo,
David Wojnarowicz, Martin Wong

17 East 82nd Street, New York

November 2015


17 East 82nd Street, New York

November 2012

“Neptune Society,
San Francisco Columbarium,
4th Fl., Dome Room, South Wall, Tier 4, Niche 2″

Fasanenstraße 30, Berlin

May 2010

Presentation of the new publication

edited by Julie Ault

Antiquariat Buchholz, Neven-DuMont-Straße 17, Köln

May 2009


Julie Ault

“In Part: Writings”


2017, 272 pages, hardcover, dust jacket, 23,5 x 16 cm


USD 32.50,-

Spanning more than three decades, “In Part” brings together a full spectrum of the New York-based artist, writer and activist Julie Ault’s published texts through selected extracts in a single volume. Reprinted in chronological sequence alongside a selection of full-length texts, this series of excerpts offers a timeline of Ault’s artistic development, longstanding political concerns and dynamic interpersonal affinities. The book is edited by Julie Ault and Nicolas Linnert and has an introductory text by Lucy R. Lippard. The book is published in collaboration of Dancing Foxes Press and Galerie Buchholz.

Julie Ault/Heinz Peter Knes/Danh Vo/Martin Wong

“I·M·U U·R·2”


2013, 208 pages, fully illustrated in colour, Owrps,
17,8 x 22,8 cm


Euro 38,-

This new publication documents the collection of the artist Martin Wong. In numerous colour illustrations, photographs that Heinz Peter Knes took together with Danh Vo, the book depicts the interiors of the Wong Fie family residency in San Francisco filled with paintings, sculptures, and mulitfaceted objects from very specific and diverse fields of interest such as asian antiques and americana that Martin Wong followed and collected together with his parents throughout is life. The book contains a new essay by Julie Ault.