The artist's distinct visual language in mural form dramatically changes the hallway. A series of monumental paintings as a sequence of towers animating the blank spaces between the doorways were begun last Fall for the inaugural PLAY/GROUND. This year, through selective destruction, and further painting, the forms have swelled, expanded, and crept around the corner. The result is an immersive, dynamic engagement with the space.


Julian Montague is known for his photography, design, and installation work which often explores the peripheral features of the domestic and urban environment. Julian has exhibited throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe. His work has received attention from Artnews, Art in America, Frieze, New York Magazine, The New York Times, The Toronto Star, the BBC World Service, and many others. He is represented in the collections of The Albright-Knox Art Gallery, The Burchfield Penney Art Center, Delaware North, The Margulies Collection at the Warehouse, and The Norton Museum of Art as well as numerous private collections.