Changing Circumstances, Souvenir Dolls, NY, 2008 - Country Living, 2016 - Snow Globes and Candy Box, 2006 - Conspiracy Theories, 2004 - Masks and Action Heroes, 2003 Fairytales Interrupted, 2001



Solo & 2 Person Exhibits:

2016     "Can We Create a Global Citizen Community Out of the Vulnerable and Stateless of the World?", Three Panel Exhibit 

             sponsored by The Light Millennium, 2016 United Nations DPI/NGO Conference, Gyongju, South Korea.

2014     “Freedom of Information in the Genetically Modified Age," One Panel Exhibit,

             sponsored by The Light Millennium, 2014 United Nations DPI/NGO Conference, New York, NY.

2011     "From Thanatos to Eros," Lake Eustis Museum of Art, Eustis, FL, two woman show with E. Sherman Hayman.

2003     “Zararli Oyuncaklar/Hazardous Toys,” Cagla Cabaoglu Galeri, Istanbul, Turkey.

             “Masks and Action Heroes,” manhattantheatresource, New York, NY. 

2001     “Photographs,” Galeri Suav, Istanbul, Turkey.

             “Fairytales Interrupted,” multimedia installation, Marmara Gallery, New York, NY.

1998     “The American Fabric of Violence,” University City Science Center, Philadelphia, PA.,

              Two-Woman Show with painter/sculptor, E. Sherman Hayman.



2008    "Dreaming of Peace," Christmas window display, The Fashion Center, New York, NY.


Selected Group Exhibits/Juried Shows:

2018     Wide Open 9, Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition, national juried show, Certificate of Recognition, Red Hook, NY, 

             juried by Carmen Hermo, the Brooklyn Museum's Assistant Curator for the Elizabeth A Sackler Center for Feminist Art.

2017      Barnstorm, Punch Projects, Urban Rural Collective, Ellensburg, Washington.

            "Histories and Memories," Indiana University East, Richmond, IN, juried by Joshua Hagler.

2016      Julia M. Cameron and Pollux Awards, part of Berlin Foto Biennale 2016: Emotions and Commotions Across Cultures,

            Berlin, Germany, juried by Laura Noble.

             Seeking Space: Making the Future, Bushwick Open Studios Group Show, David & Schweitzer Contemporary.

2013     “Wide Open 4," Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition, juried by Carrie Springer, Whitney Museum.

2008     "State of the Union," TRIA Gallery, New York, NY.

             "Lifecycles," Victory Arts Project, Public Art mural Display, Jersey City, NJ.

2007     “Elegy for Eden,” Durst Gallery, New York, NY.

2006      Group Show, Soho20 Chelsea Gallery, New York, NY, juried by Lilian Tone,

             Assistant Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, MOMA.

              “Stilled Life,” Islip Art Museum, East Islip, NY, juried by Daria Brit Shapiro, Art Historian.             

              “On the Edge,” The Center for Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins, CO, juried by Stephen Perloff.

              Small Works Show, 80 Washington Square East Galleries, New York University,  juried by Jack Shainman.

2005      “Istanbul,” Cagla Cabaoglu Galeri, Istanbul, Turkey.

2004      “What Have You Got to Say?”, Grace Church Van Vorst, Jersey City, NJ.

               “Living in a Culture of Peace,” Victory Hall, Jersey City, NJ.

2003      “Peace Works,” The Times Square Lobby Gallery, New York,  NY.

               “Venus in New York,” Manhattan Mall, New York, NY.

2002      “Aesop’s Friends/Ezop’un Dostlari,” Galeri Apel, Istanbul, Turkey.

               “The Glowers,” Art for Healing, New York, NY.

               “Etrogenius 2002,” Women’s Art Festival, manhattantheatresource, NY, NY.

               “The Women of New York,” Manhattan Borough President’s Office, NY, NY.

               “WTC-Before and After,” Modernage-Downtown, NY, NY.

               “Strength in Numbers,” Weill Cornell Medical Library, Cornell Hospital, NY, NY.

                IV International Biennial of Photography, Institut Municipal d’Accio Cultural, Reus, Catalonia, Spain.

2001      “Estrogenius,” Women’s Art Festival, manhattantheatresource, NY, NY.

               “A Spiritual Moment,” St. Francis College, Brooklyn, NY.

2000      “Cow Quest,” Juror’s Award, Ashforth Warburg Gallery, NY, NY.

               “Art Kart,” Galeri Apel, Istanbul, Turkey.

               “Little Slices of Heaven,” Paul Weinschenk Gallery, NY, NY.

1999      “Feminine Identities,” Pittsburgh University, Pittsburgh, KA.

1998      “A Woman’s World,” Purdue University, Fort Wayne, IN.

              “Thin Line Between Art & Illustration,” Canyon Crossing Gallery, Brattleboro VT.

1997      “Feminine Identities,” Farmington Art Guild, Farmington, CT.

              “Feminine Identities,” St. Clement’s Church, NY, NY.

               “World Peace,” Gallery Lumiere, Savannah, GA.

1996      “Feminine Identities,” EMU Gallery, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR.       

               “Visions of the Mind,” Danforth Gallery, Portland, ME.

               “Examine the Unspoken,” Swann Gallery, Detroit, MI.



1991-92  Center for the Media Arts, New York, NY, Diploma, Commercial Photography.
1988-91  Columbia University, New York, NY, MFA, Creative Writing.
1982-86  Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY, BA, English Major/Studio Art Minor.


Dunya Goz Hastanesi, International Eye Hospital, Istanbul, Turkey
Institut Municipal d’Accio Cultural, Catalonia, Spain
Erden Arkan, New York, NY
Nur Emirgil, Moon and Stars Project, New York, NY
Philippe Segalot, Paris, France
Ayse Cakir, Boston, MA                   
Oya Eczacibasi, Istanbul, Turkey
Gulten & Mehmet Devres, Istanbul, Turkey
Rukiye & Evren Unver, Istanbul, Turkey
Yasemin & Hilmi Manco, Istanbul, Turkey
Cati Restaurant, Istanbul, Turkey   
Nermin Epperson, New York, NY
Mark & Sarah Brennan, New York, NY
Dorianne Sutton, Greenwich, CT
Marc Yankus, New York , NY
Angelina Pecora, Gillette, NJ
Suzanne Goldish, New York, NY


Hummel, Terry, "Four events highlight the unusual side of Orlando's art scene," Orlando Sentinel, September 29, 2011.
Paets, Ella, "Art Tackles Death," Pulse Magazine, Fall 2011.
Cole, Christine, "War, death, love, sex: Museum art exhibit has it all," Orlando Sentinel, September 30, 2011.
Genocchio, Benjamin, "Objects at Rest: Exhibition at Islip Art Museum Reflects how and Old Genre is Being Reinterpreted," The New York Times, mention in group show review, Sunday, July 23, 2006.
Paker, Ozlem, "Julie Mardin ile Sanati Uzerine (With Julie Mardin on her Artwork)," Photoshop Magazin, Istanbul, September 2005.
Mardin, Julie, “From Fairytales to Conspiracy Theories: Some Thoughts from a Photographer of Toys,” The Bosphorus Art Project, July/August 2005, “TOY” issue.
CNN TURK Art Info Program, interview, September 2003.
Gedik, Omur, “Siddeti cagristiran oyuncaklara hayir (No to Violent Toys),” Hurriyet, Istanbul, September 14, 2003, interview.
Cakir, Asli, “New York’tan gelen zararli oyuncaklar (Dangerous Toys from New York),” Milliyet, Istanbul, September 7, 2003, artist profile.
Ogunc, Pinar, “....islerine bakin (...look at her works),” Vatan, Istanbul, September 7, 2003, artist profile.
Unver, Bircan, “Gunluk dunya sahnesinin arkasinda...(Behind the stage of our daily world...),”, June 2003, exhibition review.
“Gaffar Okkan Sergide (Gaffar Okkan is in an exhibit),” Hurriyet, Istanbul, June 9, 2001, exhibition review.
Altug, Evrim, “Oteki yurttasin Turkiye’si (The Other Countryman's Turkey),” Radikal, Istanbul, May 31, 2001, exhibition review.
Artist’s Forum TV, Interview, Channel 57, November 4, 2001.
Unver, Bircan, “Julie Mardin: Fairytales Interrupted,” The Light Millennium, Spring 2001, interview.
Boone, Jacqueline, “Kewpie Dolls & Kate,” New York Resident, New York, April 22-28, 1997, group show review.



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