Gulja Holland (b. 1990) is a Maltese artist notable for her versatile and experimental style. Her work is largely figurative and often explores themes which reflect the intersections of identity and social culture. Holland’s most recent works are primarily concerned with representing identity as a tangible extension of one’s outward appearance. Following her graduation from Leeds College of Art with Honors, she has recently exhibited at several international shows, including the Paragon Europe Art Exhibition at the Press Club Brussels Europe, the London Free Range show and the International Art festival Chrom-art Exhibition, London.
Holland currently lives in Malta where she continue to participate in both local and international exhibitions. Her works can be found in private art collections in Malta.
Leeds College of Art, BA (Hons) Fine Arts 2012 - 2015
Loughborough University, Art & Design Foundation Diploma 2008 - 2009
From a distance | Solo Exhibition
Lily Agius Gallery, Sliema, Malta
Altered Egos | Solo Exhibition
The Malta Maritime Museum, Birgu Waterfront, Malta
23rd April 2016 - 22nd May 2016
Paragon Europe's Brussels Exhibition, Brussels Press Club Europe, Brussels 2016
The International Art Collective IV, Le Méridien, St.Julians, Malta 2016
The Pink October Art Exhibition, Auberge de Castille, Valletta, Malta, 2016
Tribe16 International Art festival Chrom-art exhibition, 47/49 Tanner street, London, 2016
Christianity, Spirituality and the Other : The Mdina Cathedral Contemporary Art Biennale, Malta, 2015 - 2016
Free Range, London, UK, 2015
44° Degree Show, Leeds College of Art, Leeds, UK, 2015