Jude Broughan is New Zealand-born artist, now based in Brooklyn, New York.
In her art practice, Broughan creates photo-based assemblages, slicing and stitching together photographs, fabrics, painted and printed elements, in formal compositions that are both abstracted and allegorical. She has had solo exhibitions at venues such as Benrubi Gallery, New York (2020, 2017), Marisa Newman Projects, New York (2017), Calder and Lawson Gallery, Hamilton, New Zealand (2015), Dimensions Variable, Miami (2014), and Churner & Churner, New York (2014). Her work has been included in numerous group exhibitions and projects including the MoMA Design Store, New York; Bakehouse Art Complex, Miami; Jarvis Dooney Gallerie, Berlin; Document, Chicago; Sanderson Contemporary Art, Auckland, New Zealand; Magnan Metz, New York; Dorfman Projects, New York; and the Essl Museum, Vienna.
Broughan holds an M.F.A. from Hunter College, New York, and a B.F.A. from the School of Visual Arts, New York. She was awarded a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant in 2015, and Yaddo residency in 2018. Her work has been discussed in Musée Magazine, Domino, Art in America, Blouin Artinfo, Collector Daily, Eye Contact, the Village Voice, and Whitehot Magazine, among others.
Broughan teaches in the Visual Arts Department at the SUNY College at Old Westbury, New York. She has held teaching positions at Hunter College, and Borough of Manhattan Community College, CUNY. She has given artist talks at institutions including Hercules Art Studio Program, Pratt Institute, and School of Visual Arts, among others. At the college level Broughan has taught a broad range of undergraduate art courses including Foundation Art, Creative Thinking, Basic Design, Advanced Photography, and Digital Studio. She is committed to diversity in teaching - both diversity in the student body, and in methods and modalities.
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