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Juls Gabs in her studio in London 2021
Photo taken by Yulia Lebedeva



Juls Gabs is a painter and digital artist with a multidisciplinary approach that includes Painting, Augmented Reality,  Social Media art, and NFT. She recently moved to Boston MA, from London where she created her practice for the past 7 years.

Graduated with Honours in Fine Arts and Media in  2015 at Madrid. She moved to London just after this, where she claims that her real education began: through collaborations, art residencies and studio practice. Currently collaborating with Mmad_art (London) and Onstream Gallery (Italy). She recently moved to Boston MA where she continues with her practice.


Selected in 2022 for Vertical Crypto Art Residency (international), Watou Festival (Belgium). Solo exhibitions such as "Blending Boundaries" with Onstream Gallery (international), Augmented Reality “Reimagine Newham” with De/Konzept (London) and “Ex_xTension” at V’O Curations (London).


Previous solo exhibitions such as "error" (London, 2020), a virtual reality project for Unit 1 Gallery Workshop, Daring Forest (Madrid, 2018), and Goodies Boobies (Madrid, 2018).


Selected for The Columbia Residency with Roman Road Gallery (London 2021) and Sommer Atelier Aschersleben, Germany 2021), Unit 1 Radical Residency® IV (London, 2019) and Paradise AIR for solo Art Residency (Tokyo, 2018). Exhibited works in art fairs such as SCOPE (Miami, 2018) and JustMad8 (Madrid, 2017)


In 2019 she won the Mayte Spinola Artist Revelation Prize and in 2014  was awarded at European Research of New Creative Spaces.

Her work constitutes part of Private Permanent Collections such as Lycee Moliere (Brussels, Belgium), Merode’s Castle (Gmünd, Austria), Palast Hohenems (Austria) Milton Keynes Arts Center (Milton Keynes, UK), Contemporary Museum Mayte Spinola (Marmolejo, Spain).


Her work has been published in media channels like Aston Martin F1FAD Magazine, London Arts EventsAssemblage (2020) and ArteinformadoULTIMA HORA MALLORCA (2019).


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