Julia Curyło was born in Warsaw. She studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw and got her MFA in 2009 (class of Leon Tarasewicz). She is an author of paintings and installations presented in public city space. The paintings by Julia Curyło, brimming with symbolism, hyper-realistic and surreal at the same time, addresses the issues of broadly understood contemporaneity and modernity. Curyło is interested in the ambiguity of the world — devotion juxtaposed next to perversity, childishness to maturity, morality to licentiousness, truth to falsity, or beauty next to kitsch. The origins of her work can be found mainly in surrealism and net-pop.
Already exhibited her artworks at aTAK Gallery, Warsaw, Poland; Fass Gallery, Istambul, Turkey; Bushwick Open Studios, ART 3 Gallery, Brooklyn, NY; Freies Museum, Berlin, Germany and many more.