Julia K. Persson (b. 1992, Sweden) is a ceramic artist based in Oslo.

instagram: @julia.k.persson

Working mainly with large scale ceramic sculptures and installations, Julia explores the relation between our bodies, thoughts and surroundings. With a background in architecture, she is interested in how we perceive and value objects and spaces in our built environments. She works with both abstract and figurative forms, using both made-up and existing recognisable shapes, symbols and archetypes. By using clay and ceramics in their different stages, from wet to fired, she explores what the different materialities express.



MFA, ceramics, Oslo National Academy of the Arts, 2022-2022
Capellagården, ceramics, 2017-2019
BA, architecture, Lund School of Architecture, 2013-2016



Master Degree Show, Oslo National Academy of the Arts, 3-12 june
Matter, Norwegian Presence, DOGA, Milano, 7-12 june


Amalie Vöge Jensen + Julia K. Persson: Gentagelser/fel, Höganäs konsthall
PYTON place, The Norwegian Pavilion at London Craft Week, Cromwell place, London

And the roof started to leak, The Reception Gallery, KHiO (solo)

Keramikk-slipp ´22, Salgshallen, Oslo
Krakk #2
, PYTON, 10/10, Oslo
Krakk #1, PYTON, Lysaker

Functional art, Sorgenfri, Oslo
Oslo Design Fair, Oslo
MA1 show, Oslo National Academy of the Arts
Keramikk-slipp, Salgshallen, Oslo
Almost an exhibition, Galleri Seilduken, Oslo

Galleri Arkana, Malmö




Miscellaneous grant for recently graduated artists, Arts Council Norway, 2022
UD + Norwegian craft, support for international craft projects, 2022
BKH art student grant, 2021
JL Eklunds hantverksstiftelse, 2021
Helge Ax:on Johnsons stiftelse, 2021
Rotary Höganäs, 2021
Malmö industriförening, 2020
Estrid Ericson, 2020, 2019, 2018
Resestipendiet till Lars och Sigbritt Theanders minne, 2019
Stiftelsen Siv och Carl Malmstens minne, resestipendium, 2018, 2019



Nominated “Newcomer of the year 2021” by Norway’s Bo Bedre Design Awards
I think you’re muted, artist book with MA1, Oslo National Academy of the Arts, was exhibited at Bastard art book festival, Lillehammer, 2021
Artist talk, Höganäs Konsthall, 2020