Matthew Day Jackson

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Study Collection VII (detail), 2011 Stainless Steel Shelving, Plastic, Steel, Ceramics, Resin, Wood, Tarpaper 244 X 612 X 31 Cm © Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth Photo: Peter Mallet
One in the Same (detail) © Matthew Day Jackson
Ronald Reagan at 100 Years Old © Matthew Day Jackson
Study Collection IV , 2010 Plastic, Steel, Stainless Steel Shelving, Resin, Neon Tubes, Ebony, Rapid Prototype Skull, Acrylic, Lucite, X Ray On Lightbox, Wood, Lead, Bronze, Asphalt H: 96 X W: 48 X D: 12 In © Peter Blum
© Matthew Day Jackson
© Matthew Day Jackson
© Matthew Day Jackson
Life, 2009 Wood, Lead On Panel © Courtesy of the artist & Grimm Fine Art
© Courtesy of the artist & Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin
Metamorphosis, 2007 © Matthew Day Jackson
Installation View © Courtesy of the artist & Peter Blum Gallery- Chelsea
Tomb © Courtesy of the artist & Peter Blum Gallery- Soho
August 9 1945, 2011 © Collection Vanhaerents
Study Collection V, 2010 © Sammlung Goetz
'Heel Gezellig' installation view, 2011 © GRIMM Gallery
'Heel Gezellig' installation view, 2011 © GRIMM Gallery
'Heel Gezellig' installation view, 2011 © GRIMM Gallery
'Heel Gezellig' installation view, 2011 © GRIMM Gallery
'Heel Gezellig' installation view, 2011 © GRIMM Gallery
'Heel Gezellig' installation view, 2011 © GRIMM Gallery
By no Means Necessary , 2004 Graphite, Colored Pencil And Marker On Paper H: 50.8 X W: 40.6 Cm © Galerie Vintage
from The Dymaxion Series Bucky (ROYGBV) , 2007 Intaglio (Soft Ground And Spitbite) And Screenprint H: 23.8 X W: 17.5 In © Peter Blum
Missing Link, 2008 C Print On Lightbox 86.5 X 41 Inches © Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery
Bikini Atoll (Aerial View) , 2008 Screenprint On Steel, Gold Plating 42 X 31 Inches © Matthew Day Jackson
Heel Gezelling installation view, 2011
Study Collection VIII, 2011
'Heel Gezellig' installation view, 6 Okt - 20 Nov 2011 © GRIMM Gallery
'Heel Gezellig' installation view, 6 Okt - 20 Nov 2011 © GRIMM Gallery
'Heel Gezellig' installation view, 6 Okt - 20 Nov 2011 © GRIMM Gallery
'Heel Gezellig' installation view, 6 Okt - 20 Nov 2011 © GRIMM Gallery
© Courtesy of the artist & Whitney Museum of American Art
"Axis Mundi", 2011 © Courtesy of the artist & Hauser & Wirth, photo: Peter Mallet
Inside / Outside (detail) , 2013 Scorched Wood, Yarn, Twine, Rope, Wood Glue, Lead, Silkscreen On Panel, Stainless Steel Frame 247.7 X 186.7 X 10.2 Cm / 97 1/2 X 73 1/2 X 4 In © Courtesy of the artist & Hauser & Wirth
© Courtesy of the artist & Hauser & Wirth Zürich
There will Come Soft Rains
Quick Facts
Panorama City, CA
Birth year
Lives in
Brooklyn, NY
Works in
Brooklyn, NY

Matthew Day Jackson (1974) was born in Panorama City, CA and currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. National and international solo exhibitions from the past year include Hauser & Wirth London (2011), his first European museum exhibition at MAMbo, Bologna (2010) that will travel to Kunstmuseum Luzern and the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag (February 2012), as well as group exhibitions at Palazzo Grassi, Venice (2011), the Punta della Dogana, Venice, Italy (2009) the Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin, Ireland (2009); the MIT List Visual Art Center, Cambridge, MA (2009) that traveled to Contemporary Art Museum, Houston, TX (2009).

Matthew Day Jackson Biography
1974   Born in Panorama City, CA
1997   BFA University of Washington, Seattle WA
2001   MFA Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
2002   Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, ME, Summer
2004   Visiting artist at The Chinati Foundation, Marfa, TX, June
2006   Residency: Portland Institute for Contemporary Art
Selected Exhibitions
2007   The Lower 48, Perry Rubenstein Gallery, New York, NY
Paradise Now! (The Salvage), Workspace: Matthew Day Jackson, Blanton Museum of Art, Austin, TX (January 12 – March 25)
2007   Omission, Perry Rubenstein Gallery, New York, NY
Uncertain States of America – American Art in the 3rd Millennium, Herning Kunstmuseum, Denmark (March 3-15), Warsaw, Poland (March), Moscow Biennale (January), Beijing Biennale (October), Athens Biennale, Athens, Greece (Fall 2007)
Rivington Arms, New York, NY (April 14)
2006   Paradise Now! (Limbo) featuring "Looking for Mother Nature" Cubitt Artists Space, London, England
Oracle (Days of Future Passed) Mario Diacono at Ars Libri, Boston, MA
2006   Today, Royal Academy of Art, London, England
John Connelly Presents, "Kamp: K48," Scott Hug curator, New York, NY
The Searchers, White Box, New York, NY
Uncertain States of America – American Art in the 3rd Millennium, Museum Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY, Serpentine Gallery, London, England, Reykjavik Art Museum, Denmark, Mario Diacono Fine Art, Allston, MA
25 Bold Moves, House of Campari, New York, NY
Whitney Biennial, ‘Day for Night’, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY
Infinite Painting, Villa Manin Centre for Contemporary Art, Passariano, Codroipo, Italy
Time-Based Art is Happening! Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, Portland, OR
2005   Sticks and Stones, Perry Rubenstein Gallery, New York, NY
Studio: Seven Months of My Aesthetic Education (Plus Some) NYC Version and Climaxed, Tony Oursler Studio, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
The Uncertain States of America, Astrup Fearnley Museum, Oslo, Norway
You Are Here, The Ballroom, Marfa TX
Motion, Santa Fe Art Institute, Santa Fe, NM
Bridge Freezes Before Road, Barbra Gladstone Gallery, NY
The Greater New York, PS1 Contemporary Art Center, New York
2005   Perry Rubenstein Gallery, New York, NY
2004   By No Means Necessary, The Locker Plant, Chinati Foundation, Marfa, TX
2004   2004 Mommy! I! am! not! an! animal!, Capsule Gallery, New York, NY
Relentless Proselytizers, Feigen Contemporary, New York, NY
SuperSalon, Samson Projects, Boston, MA
Drift III, Valentino Pier Park, Brooklyn, NY
2003   2003 K48: Klubhouse, Deitch Projects, Brooklyn, NY
Spiritual Hunger, Daniel Silverstein Gallery New York, NY
Now Playing, D’amelio Terras Gallery, New York, NY
Drift II, site specific exhibition at the former home of Buckminster Fuller, Northern NJ
White, Black, Yellow, Red, Storefront 1838, New York, NY
Biennial, Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME
2002   Drift, environmental exhibition, Manasquan, NJ
2001   …sorta like a revelation, Rabbett Gallery, New Brunswick, NJ
1999   Sans Titre, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Boulder, CO
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