Juliana Haliti is a painter and sculptor who makes work reflecting upon the blind faith of their childhood—their unknowing participation in racist and unethical capitalist systems—drawing on an overwhelming sense of culpability and guilt, as well as what caused them to challenge these systems and their relationship to these things today.
Their work has been exhibited locally and nationally including, H Galleries in Ventura, CA, Tomato Mouse in Brooklyn, NY, MOZAIK Virtual Future Art Awards, DAB Art Co. in Los Angeles, CA, Saratoga Arts in Saratoga, NY, The Arts Center of the Capital Region in Troy, NY, Albany Center Gallery in Albany, NY, Grand Street Community Arts in Albany, NY, and The College of Saint Rose in Albany, NY where one of their paintings is included in their permanent collection and is on display in the campus center. Their work has been published in The Sheepshead Review and The Montana Mouthful. They received their Bachelor of Fine Arts with a dual concentration in painting/drawing and sculpture from the College of Saint Rose and their MA in Studio Art from the University at Albany. They received their MFA from the University at Albany. Haliti also served as the art editor for the online publication, Barzakh magazine, during their three years at the University at Albany.