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2006-2007 MA Drawing Camberwell College of Art
2004-2006 MFA Sculpture Slade School of Fine Art
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2008-08-18 TBC Trolley Gallery, London
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2008 Dislocate 2008, Yokohama Ginza Art Lab, Tokyo
2008 Ethereal, Thorbjorn Andersen Motdar, Copenhangen
2008 East Wing Collection 8 Courtauld Art Institute, London
2008 The Future Was Then…Now What? Perpetual Art Machine, Scope New York
2007 The Future Can Wait Ellis Rumley Projects, Atlantis Gallery, London
2006 New Figurative Realism Clapham Art Gallery, London
2005 Twenty to One, One Canada Square Canary Wharf Tower, London
2004 Young Gods ----
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2006 Kenneth Armitage Sculpture Award
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2008 (January) Blatt, Katy Ed. On Time, The Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London.  London; 2008. Published on the occasion of the exhibition On Time – East Wing  Collection 8 at the Courtauld Institute of Art, Somerset House.
2007 (October) Samman, Nadim. Juliana Cerqueira Leite: Works in Process, ‘The Naked Punch’,
Issue 09, Summer/Fall. London.
2004 (June) Muss, Lucy. Juliana Cerqueira Leite, ‘Time Out’, University of the Arts Launch booklet. London
Juliana Cerqueira Leite is also contributing editor for ‘Naked Punch’, a contemporary art, poetry and philosophy publication.
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Private Collection in New York.
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Juliana Cerqueira Leite is a Brazilian/American artist based in London since her BA at Chelsea College of Art in 2001. Primarily a sculptor Juliana’s work sources physicality to investigate the processes by which intentions become form. Through realism, body-horror and currently process art, the state of embodiment, its interactions with the mundane and the sublime, have been driving forces behind Juliana’s practice. Working in sculpture, video, photography and drawing she questions the status-quo between psychological and physical realities as expressed through the object/subject nature of the body. Her most recent works often take the form of direct casts or negative impressions of the artist’s body exploring performance, notions of repetition and menial physical struggle.