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Julia Arbex Julia Arbex - 'Flat Earth' (2021) 'The Silence of Tired Tongues' (2022). Photo: Maarten Nauw / Framer Framed

Julia Arbex

Julia Arbex (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1982) studied Design at the Pontifícia Universidade Católica Rio de Janeiro. In 2018, she obtained a Master’s degree in Contemporary Arts at the Universidade Federal Fluminense. She uses drawings and installations as mediums and focuses on the transformations of world geography in both geological and political sense. These transformations are sometimes not visible or occur at a very slow pace.
Among her exhibitions are: Mirantes (RJ, Brazil, 2021), Até onde a vista alcança (RJ, Brazil, 2020), Parque Longe (Parque Lage, RJ, Brazil, 2019), Uso Impróprio (Museum of contemporary art, Niteroi, Brazil, 2016); Reply all (MSA, United Kingdom, 2016), NOVÍSSIMOS (Ibeu, RJ, Brazil, 2014).

Julia Arbex is one of the artists of the exhibition The Silence of Tired Tongues (2022) curated by Raphael Fonseca which takes place from 24 April to 21 August 2022 at Framer Framed, Amsterdam.



Image for the exhibition The silence of tired tongues at Framer Framed

Exhibition: The Silence of Tired Tongues

Contemporary Art & Brazil


Opening: The Silence of Tired Tongues
With Julia Arbex, Aline Baiana, Arthur Chaves, Vitória Cribb, Benedito Ferreira, Estêvão Parreiras, Luana Vitra & Raphael Fonseca