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b. 1954, Louisville, KY.

Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.


1983    MFA Sculpture, University of Montana, Missoula, MT



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Jude Tallichet lives and works in Queens, NY. She has exhibited nationally and internationally in venues such as the Konsthallen in Gothenburg, Sweden, The Shanghai Biennial in China, The Busan Biennial in Korea, The Tirana Biennial in Albania, the “Officina America” exhibition in Bologna, Italy, Sara Metzer Gallery in New York City, and at Periogi Gallery in Liepzig, Germany. She participated in the inaugural Greater New York Show at PS1 MOMA, the “Treble” exhibition at Sculpture Center, and the “Brooklyn Next” exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum of Art. She had solo shows at the Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum and the Burnet Gallery in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She was a featured performer in the Iron Artist Event at PS1 MOMA, organized by Cabinet Magazine. She has shown work at Valentine gallery in Ridgewood, Queens and has an upcoming solo exhibition at Studio 10 in Bushwick, Brooklyn. Tallichet was a Senior Fullbright Fellow (1996) and has received fellowship grants in sculpture from the National Endowment for the Arts (1990) and from the New York Foundation for the Arts (2001). 



Ballentine, Sandra. Face, Profile in Style, Jenne Lombardo, T Magazine, New York Time’s Style Magazine, photo of work, Spring, 2011.


Banai, Nuit. "Ceci n'est pas..." Time Out New York, August 9 - 15, 2007: 66.


Bischoff, Dan, New Art Exhibits Show Disappearance of Paper Books in Electronic Age, Star Ledger, November 15, 2011.


Brenson, Michael. "Cityful of Sculpture Under the Sky." The New York Times, 26 July 1991: Section c1& c28.


Chan, Sewell. "On Your Mark, Get Set, Create Something Arty." The New York Times, 12 June, 2006.


"Consumed." Art Review, Issue 29, January & February 2009, p. 38.


Davis, Ben. "Technical Knoc-Outs." Artnet, January 2006.


Ellwood, Mark. "Art Basel Miami Beach Trailer Flash." The New York Times, The Moment Blog, December 3, 2008.


Ellwood, Mark. "The Groovy Twin." New York Post, April 21, 2009.


Hunt, David. "Jude Tallichet: There's Honey on the Moon." Time Out New York, 2-9 March 2001: 57.


Johnson, Ken. "Jude Tallichet." Art Guide, The New York Times, 25 Feb 2001: E 42.


Keates, Nancy. Shocking in the Suburbs, The Wall Street Journal, March 18, 2001.


Kimmelman, Michael. "Inspiration From Real Estate Rejects," The New York Times, September 9, 2005.


Kino, Carol. "Surveying the Scene II: The Emergent Factor." Art in America, July 2001: 44 (picture) - 49.


Klimchal, Amre,"Fathoming," Sculpture, p. 75, Jan/Feb 2003.


Kobel, Stefan, "Art Basel Miami Beach 2008 - Die Nebenmessen." Artnet , December 5, 2008.


Latimer, Quinn. "Ceci n'est pas..." Modern Painter, October 2007: 93.

McDonnell, Evelyn. "Gallery on the Go." Art Basel Miami Beach 2008 Magazine, December 2008: 246.


Miranda, Carolina: WNYC Gallerina, “This Week”, Must-See Arts in the City/WNYC’s Arts: “Signs on the Road,” March 24, 2011.


Nahas, Dominique. "Jude Tallichet at Sara Meltzer," Art in America, February 2003.


Princethal, Nanxy. "Reinvesting in Fake Estates, Report from New York." Art in America, January 2006.

Rosenberg, Karen. "An Afternoon in Chelsea." New York Magazine, July 23, 2007: 66.


Schwartz, Wylie. “Signs on the Road,” Station923, March 6, 2011.


Siegal, Katy. "Greater New York." Artforum, May 2001.


Smith, Roberta. "At Shows Painted With Sounds, Be Prepared to See with Your Ears," The New York Times, May 21, 2004.

T.D. Neil, Jonathan. "Buy In, Sell Out." Art Review, April 2007: 36.


Trainor, James. Frieze, Issue 96, January/ Febrary 2006: 148-9.


Vogel, Carol. "Inside Art: A Landscape That Grows Art." The New York Times, 6 October 2001.


Williams, Greg. "Jude Tallichet: Sara Meltzer Gallery." Artforum, April 2001.


Yablonsky, Linda. "Art: Palm Reading." Interview, December 3, 2008.

2010 - present

2010 - present


Solo Exhibitions
































Rowing in Eden, Gund Gallery, Kenyon College, OH


Ruined Bookshelf, 3 month sculpture project with Gallery Diet, Art Basel, Miami, FL


Bar Manard, with Matt Freedman, Mount Mercy College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa


Jude Tallichet: Career Retrospective as Charms for a Charm Bracelet, A four-day roving gallery experience presented by Sara Meltzer Galley during Art Basel Miami Beach, Miami, FL

Sub-Royal, Sara Meltzer Gallery, New York, NY


Fragonard's Shoe, Burnet Gallery in Chambers Hotel, Minneapolis, MN

Save It For Me, Sara Meltzer Gallery, New York, NY


Jude Tallichet: Diluvian, Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum, Santa Barbara, CA

Hiding In Plain Sight, Sara Meltzer Gallery, NY


Beached, Sara Meltzer Gallery, New York, NY

Winter Light, Socrates Sculpture Park, Long Island City, NY


All-Star, Sara Meltzer Gallery, New York, NY


There's Honey on the Moon, Denison University Art Gallery, Granville, OH

Left, Sara Meltzer Gallery, New York, NY


There’s Honey on the Moon, Sara Meltzer’s On View, New York, NY

White Noise Ebbets Field, installation for Halcyon Days, Curated by Thomas Eccles, Public Art Fund, Public Commission at Metro Tech, Brooklyn, NY


Jude Tallichet, Denison University Art Gallery, Granville, OH


Jude Tallichet, Rothenberg Tower, Philadelphia, PA, The More Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

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Six Features, Robert Miller Gallery, New York, NY


Modus Vivendi, Boiler Pierogi, three person exhibition. Brooklyn, NY

Paperless, South Eastern Center for Contemporary Art.
B19, Humanities Gallery at Long Island University, Brooklyn NY.
Small Sculpture by Big People, Big Small and Casual Gallery, Long Island City NY


Bibliomania, Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, Summit, NJ, catalog, Mary Birmingham

Jersey Bounce,Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, Summit, NJ

Signs Along the Road, Curatorial Research Lab, Edward Winkelman Gallery, NYC

Fade to Black, Sara Meltzer Gallery, NYC


When Dog Turns to Wolf, David Krut Projects, NYC

Works on Paper, Big&Small/Casual Gallery, Long Island City, NY


Lover, Curated by Kate Gilmore, On Stellar Rays, New York, NY


Bushel, Bundles and Barrels: Resources and Materials in Contemporary Art, Organized by Dinaburg Arts, LLC, Superfund, New York, NY

Written in Light, Curated by Zeljka Himbele, Bloomberg Corridors, New York, NY

Factitious, Pierogi Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany

Razzle Dazzle, John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI


Welcome Home, Sara Meltzer Gallery, New York, NY

Superlowrez, VerltexList Gallery, Brooklyn, NY


Odd Lots, Curated by Cabinet editors Jeffrey Kastner, Sina Najafi and Francis Richards, White Columns, New York, NY

Twin Twin (Two Person show with Matt Freedman), VertexList Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Very Early Pictures, Curated by Richard Torchia, Luckman Gallery, Cal State L.A., Los Angeles, CA

Out of Place, Curated by Peter Scott, UBS Gallery, New York, NY

Lost in Music, JCCC Gallery of Art, Overland Park, KS


Treble, Curated by Regina Basha, Sculpture Center, Long Island City, New York

Open House, Curated by Charlotta Kotik, Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY


signs+senses+envelopes, Care of, Milan, Italy

Cloudless, Curated by Bree Edwards, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY


Urban Creation, Shanghai Biennial, Shanghai, China

Busan Biennial, Busan, Korea (catalogue)

Stranger Than Fiction, NYLON, London, England

Fathoming, Curated by David Brown, Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, NC

Officina America, Curated by Renato Barilli, Gallleria diArte Moderna, Bologna, Italy (catalogue)


Urban Nature, Goteborgs Konsthall, Goteborgs, Sweden (catalogue)

Tirana Biennial, Selected by Paul Quiñones, Tirana, Albania (catalogue)

The Cat's Away, Sara Meltzer Gallery, New York, NY


Halcyon Days, Curated by Thomas Eccles, Public Art Fund, Brooklyn, NY

Float, Curated by Sara Meltzer, Sara Meltzer Gallery, NY (catalogue)

New Work New York, Cheekwood Museum, Nashville, TN

Greater New York, P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City, NY

Flashlight, Flipside, Brooklyn, NY


Why 2 K?, Installation with video artist Peter d'Agostino, Performance, Galapagos, Brooklyn, NY (in conjunction with the conference on Simone Weill, Columbia University, NY)

If You Build It They Will Come, curated by Jason Middlebrook, Ramapo College, Ramapo, NJ

Contact, Jack Tilton Gallery, New York, NY


Scape, Curated by Jenelle Porter, Artists Space, New York, NY

Two Person Show, Momenta Art, Brooklyn, NY

Project Room, PS1, Long Island City, NY

Music Performance, Dorfman Projects, New York, NY


Supastore Deluxe, Up & Co., New York, NY

From the Hip, 8 th Floor Gallery, New York, NY


My Friends in My Apartment, Pollack, New York, NY

10 Years, White Columns, New York, NY


Music Performance, Paula Cooper Gallery, New York, NY

Music Performance, Art in General, New York, NY


Crest Hardware Show, Crest Hardware Store, Brooklyn, NY

The Un-Fair, Cologne, Germany (in association with Gallery Snioe, Rotterdam)


cadavre exquis, The Drawing Center, New York, NY

W139 & New York, W139 Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

1 Day Summer Show, Barbara Ess Studio, New York, NY

Cartoonal Knowledge, Dooley LeCappalliane, New York, NY

The Art of Revenge, Momenta, 578 Broadway, New York, NY

1920, Exit Art, New York, NY

The Dirt Show, SS White Building, Philadelphia, PA

Child's Play, Art in General, New York, NY


The Gift, Dooley LeCappellaine, New York, NY

360 Show, Pino Molica Gallery, New York, NY and Rome, Italy


Westminster College Art Gallery, PA

Outdoor Sculpture Show, Snug Harbor Cultural Center, Staten Island, NY

The More Gallery, Philadelphia, PA


Inaugural Sculpture Garden Exhibition, Abington Art Center, Jenkintown, PA Erector Square Gallery, New Haven, CT


Delaware Biennial '89, Delaware Art Museum, DE Temple Gallery, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA


Sculpture Installation, Cedar Park, Allentown, PA


Signs Along the Road (catalogue), New York: Ed Winkelman Curatorial Research Lab, 2011.


Francblin, Catherine, Inmo Yeon, and Jurczek Heinz-Hermann. Busan Biennale 2002: Culture meets Culture. Busan: The Busan Biennale Organising Committee, 2002.


Barilli, Renato. Officina America. Bologna: Gallleria diArte Moderna, 2001.

Goteborg Konsthalle. Urban Nature (catalogue). Sweden, 2001.


Tirana Biennale 1: Escape (catalogue), Tirana, Albania: Giancarlo Politi Editore, 2001.


Float (catalogue), New York: Sara Meltzer Gallery, 2000.




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