Juliana Lazzaro is a contemporary American painter.
A recipient of a 2000 Director’s Scholarship to the Art Students League of New York City, Lazzaro took Masters studies with one of the great living painters of the 20th Century, Knox Martin. She is also an alumna of the Marchutz School in Aix-en-Provence, France, where she studied in 2004 under a grant awarded by the Executive Director of the Art Students League.
Her exhibition and performance highlights include: National Academy Museum ’06; Modernism Today, Cork Gallery at Lincoln Center ’06; LAX, Los Angeles, ’08; Set Designer, Living with History: Camus Sartre and De Beauvoir, Medicine Show Theatre, New York, ’11; Mosaic, Arlington Museum of Art, Arlington, TX, ’12; Geologic Pulse, Tesla Motors Showroom, New York, ’13; Schott Centennial Retrospective, Openhouse Gallery, New York, ’13; Converse: Made by You, Featured Artist, New York, London, Paris, Beijing, et al., ’15; 100 Gates, Public Art Installation, New York, ’15; NYFW, Lululemon Athletica, New York, ’16; Wave Paintings, Kit & Ace Gallery, New York, ’17; BAMA (Busan Annual Market of Art), via Lilac Gallery, Busan, South Korea, ’19; solo exhibition at The Pierre Hotel via Hollis Taggart Gallery, New Yok, ’19.
Juliana Lazzaro lives and paints in New York City.
American (born 1973)
Acrylic on Canvas
H 48" x W 60"
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