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Matthew Day Jackson

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Matthew Day Jackson is an American artist whose multifaceted practice encompasses sculpture, painting, collage, photography, drawing, video, performance and installation. Born in Panorama City, California, in 1974 and currently living and working on the East Coast, his art grapples with big ideas such as the evolution of human thought, the fatal attraction of the frontier and the faith that man places in technological advancement. In particular, his work addresses the myth of the American Dream, exploring the forces of creation, growth, transcendence, and death through visions of its failed utopia.

Individual sculptures and paintings interconnect with each other to create complex scenarios that revisit history and reassemble its narratives. Frequently monumental, his work imposes not only on a large physical scale, but also conceptually, occupying an intellectual terrain that reaches from ancient history to outer space exploration and discovery. He utilizes a familiar iconography, recycling culturally loaded images such as the geodesic structures of Buckminster Fuller, mankind’s first steps on the moon, and the covers of LIFE magazine from the ‘60s and ‘70s, cross-pollinating these and mixing them with numerous references from art history.

Jackson depicts these using the world around him: scorched wood, molten lead, mother-of-pearl, precious metals, formica, and found objects such as worn T-shirts, prosthetic limbs, axe handles and posters. These diverse materials resonate with symbolism, combining apocalyptic elements with the fruits of new technologies, historical imagery with contemporary ingredients. In his art, ideas are granted physical form, and it is in the clash between the two, in the material impact of idealist thought, that it derives its force. The critic Jeffrey Kastner has noted that his works locate ‘startling beauty in their counterintuitive material juxtapositions.’ However for Jackson, beauty is frequently partnered by desolation. His work explores a concept that he terms ‘the Horriful’; the belief that everything one does has the potential to bring both beauty and horror.

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Biography

  • Born
    Panorama City CA, 1974
  • Education

    BFA, University of Washington, Seattle WA, 1997
    MFA, Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University, New Brunswick NJ, 2001
    NHRA License, Frank Hawley’s Drag Racing School, Gainesville FL, 2009

  • Resides
    Lives and works in Brooklyn NY

Selected Solo Exhbitions

  • 2018
    Hauser & Wirth London, ‘Still Life and the Reclining Nude’, London, England
  • 2017
    Grimm Gallery, ‘Gunshot Plywood Bronze Works’, Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • 2015
    Studio des Acacias, ‘New American Art’, Paris, France
    Grimm Gallery, ‘Core and Strip’, Amsterdam, Netherlands
    Savannah College of Art and Design Atlanta, ‘There Will Come Soft Rains’, Atlanta GA
  • 2014
    Hauser & Wirth Zurich, ‘Family’, Zurich, Switzerland
  • 2013
    Hauser & Wirth 18th Street, ‘Something Ancient, Something New, Something Stolen, Something Blue’, New York NY
    Southwood Garden, St James’s Church, ‘Hauser & Wirth Outdoor Sculpture: Matthew Day Jackson’, London, England
    ZKM Museum of Contemporary Art, ‘Total Accomplishment’, Karlsruhe, Germany
  • 2012
    Gemeentemuseum, ‘In Search of…’, The Hague, Netherlands
  • 2011
    Grimm Gallery Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands
    Hauser & Wirth London, ‘Everything Leads to Another’, London, England
    Kunstmuseum Luzern, ‘In Search of…’, Lucerne, Switzerland
    MAMbo, ‘In Search of…’, Bologna, Italy
  • 2010
    Peter Blum Chelsea New York, ‘In Search of…’, New York NY
    Peter Blum Soho New York, ‘The Tomb’, New York NY
  • 2009
    Contemporary Arts Museum, ‘The Immeasurable Distance’, Houston TX
    Douglas Hyde Gallery, ‘High, Low, and In Between’, Dublin, Ireland
    Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, ‘Gezellig’, Miami FL
    Grimm Fine Art, ‘Dynamic Maximum Tension’, Amsterdam, Netherlands
    MIT List Visual Art Center, ‘The Immeasurable Distance’, Cambridge MA
  • 2008
    Nicole Klagsbrun, ‘Drawings from Tlön’, Manhattan NY
    Peter Blum Chelsea, ‘Terranaut, Paintings and Sculpture’, Manhattan NY
  • 2007
    The Blanton Museum of Art, Workspace: Matthew Day Jackson, ‘Paradise Now! (The Salvage)’, Austin TX
    Mario Diacono at Ars Libri, ‘Diptych’, Boston MA
    Perry Rubenstein Gallery, ‘The Lower 48’, Manhattan NY
  • 2006
    Cubitt Artists Space, ‘Paradise Now! (Limbo) featuring “Looking for Mother Nature”’, London, England
    Mario Diacono at Ars Libri, ‘Oracle (Days of Future Passed)’, Boston MA
    Portland Institute of Contemporary Art, ‘Paradise Now!’, Portland OR
  • 2005
    Perry Rubenstein Gallery, ‘Matthew Day Jackson’, Manhattan NY
  • 2004
    The Locker Plant, Chinati Foundation, ‘By No Means Necessary’, Marfa TX
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Selected Group Exhbitions

  • 2018
    Drents Museum Assen, 'Glass Palace’, Assen, Netherlands
    Van Goghhuis, ‘After Van Gogh’, Zunden, Netherlands
    Museum Kranenburgh, ‘Naked’, Bergen, Netherlands
    Firstsite, 'Bronze Age c. 3500 BC – AD 2018', Colchester, England
  • 2017
    Yorkshire Sculpture Park, ‘Open Air’, West Bretton, UK
    Hauser & Wirth, ‘Portable Art: A Project by Celia Forner’, New York NY
    Sargent’s Daughters, ‘The Coverly Set’, New York NY
    Vicki Myhren Gallery, ‘Dusk to Dusk’, University of Denver, Denver CO
  • 2016
    Musée Rath, ‘Le Retour des Ténèbres’, Geneva, Switzerland
    College of Wooster Art Museum, ‘Dusk to Dusk’, Wooster OH
    Invisible-Exports, ‘Clifford Owens: Hard & Fast’, New York NY
    The former Los Angeles Metropolitan Medical Center, ‘Human Condition’, Los Angeles CA
    Passerelle Centre d’art contemporain, ‘Naturally Obscure,’ Brest, France
    Venus over Los Angeles, ‘Piston Head II’, Los Angeles CA
    John Wolf Art Advisory & Brokerage, ‘Human Condition’, Los Angeles CA
    Performance Ski, ‘Mount Analogue’, Aspen, CO
    Holiday Forever, ‘Invocation/Remnant’, Jackson Hole, WY
    Jack Shainman Gallery, ‘For Freedoms’, New York NY
    Collezione Maramotti, ‘Industriale Immaginario’, Reggio Emilia, Italy
    Oakland Museum of Art, ‘TAHOE: Art of the Lake Tahoe Region’, Oakland CA
  • 2015
    Joods Historisch Museum, ‘Excavating The Contemporary’, Amsterdam, Netherlands
    Hauser & Wirth, ‘Salon d’Hiver’, Zurich, Switzerland
    Museum Beelden aan Zee, ‘Skelet: De armatuur van het lichaam in de hedendaagse beeldhouwkunst’, The Hague, The Netherlands
    Zuecca Project Space, ‘Heartbreak Hotel’, Venice, Italy
    Nevada Museum of Art, ‘TAHOE: Art of the Lake Tahoe Region’, Reno NV
    Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, ‘A Birds’s-eye View of the World’, Hiroshima, Japan
    Kunstmuseum Luzern, ‘Face to Face. Füssli, Böcklin, Rondinone and Others’, Lucerne, Switzerland
    Samek Art Museum, ‘Dusk to Dusk’, Lewsberg PA
    Otis College of Art and Design, ‘Dusk to Dusk’, Los Angeles CA
    Astrup Fearnley Museet, ‘Works from the Astrup Fearnley Collection’, Oslo, Norway
  • 2014
    Grimm Gallery, ‘Trieste’, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
    Grimm Gallery, ‘Huidige zaken’, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
    Lille 3000, ‘Secret Passions. Private Flemish Collections’, Euralille, France
    Museum für Gegenwartskunst Siegen, ‘What Models Can Do’, Siegen, Germany
    Museum of Fine Arts, ‘National Pride (and Prejudice)’, Boston MA
    Susan Inglett, ‘American Beauty’, New York NY
  • 2013
    Galerie Perrotin, ‘Happy Birthday Galerie Perrotin / 25 ans’, Lille, France
    Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, ‘Anatomische Les – Van Rembrandt tot Damien Hirst’, The Hague, Netherlands
    i8 Gallery, ‘Works on Paper‘, Reykjavik, Iceland
    Marianne Boesky, ‘Trieste’, New York NY
  • 2012
    Collezione Maramotti, ‘Archetypes and Historicity: Painting and Other Radical Forms 1995 – 2007 by Mario Diacono’, Reggio Emilia, Italy
    David Roberts Art Foundation, ‘A House of Leaves’, London, England
    Federica Schiavo Gallery, ‘Trieste’, Rome, Italy
    Fundacíon Banco Santander, ‘Paintings from the Rubell Family Collection’, Madrid, Spain
    Hauser & Wirth, “Science on the back end”: Artists selected by Matthew Day Jackson, New York NY
    Mendes Wood, ‘Repeat to Fade’, Sao Paolo, Brazil
    Musée d’Art Contemporain, ‘Zoo’, Quebec, Canada
    Public Art Fund, ‘Common Ground’, New York NY
    Saatchi Gallery, ‘Out of focus: Photography’, London, England
    Vanhaerents Art Collection, ‘Sympathy for the Devil’, Brussels, Belgium
  • 2011
    Ballroom Marfa, ‘Autobody: Featuring North of South West of East’, Marfa, TX
    CAB Bastille Art Center, ‘T.O.E Synergies en résonance’, Grenoble, France
    Cranbrook Art Museum, ‘No object is an Island: New Dialogues with the Cranbrook Collection’, Bloomfield Hills MI
    Gyeongnam Art Museum, ‘American Chambers: 20 American Contemporary Artists’, Gyeongnam, South Korea
    The House of the Nobleman, ‘The Return’, London, England
    Palazzo Grassi, Francois Pinault Foundation, ‘The World belongs to you’, Venice, Italy
    Rubell Family Collection / Contemporary Arts Foundation, ‘American Exuberance’, Miami FL
    Van Abbemuseum, ‘The Collectors Show’, Eindhoven, Netherlands
    Vanhaerents Art Collection, ‘Sympathy for the Devil’, Brussels, Belgium
    Walker Art Center, ‘The Spectacular of Vernacular’, Minneapolis MN
    Whitney Museum of American Art, ‘Singular Visions’, New York NY
    Zabludowicz Collection, ‘The shape we’re in (London)’, London, England
  • 2010
    Centre d’Art contemporain Passages, ‘Storytellers’, Troyes, France
    Musee Maillol, ‘C’est la vie: de caravage a Damien Hirst’, Paris, France
    Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery, ‘(LEAN)’, New York NY
    Palais des Arts et du Festival, ‘Hope!’, Dinard, France
    Philips de Pury’s Space, Saatchi Gallery, ‘The Franks-Suss Collection’, London, England
    Plymouths Art Centre, ‘Alejandro Jodorowsky’s “Dune”: An Exhibition of a Book That Never Was’, Plymouth, England (Travelling Exhibition)
    Princeton University Art Museum, ‘Nobody’s Property: Art, Land, Space, 2000-2010’, Princeton NJ
    Rosenblum Collection, ‘Born in Dystopia’, Paris, France
    Rubell Family Collection Contemporary Arts Foundation, ‘How Soon Now’, Miami FL
    Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, ‘Roundtrip: Beijing – New York, New Selections from the Domus Collection’, Beijing, China
  • 2009
    Art Unlimited Basel, Basel, Switzerland
    The Drawing Room, ‘Alejandro Jodorowsky’s “Dune”: An exhibition of a film of a book that never was’, London, England (Travelling Exhibition)
    Hayward Gallery Project Space, ‘Deceitful Moon’, London, England
    Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, ‘The World Is Yours’, Humlebæk, Denmark
    Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery for FIAC, ‘Matthew Day Jackson/Rashid Johnson’, Paris, France
    Palazzo Grassi / Punta della Dogana, ‘Mapping the Studio: Artists from the François Pinault Collection’, Venice, Italy
  • 2008
    Contemporary Art Museum, ‘The Old, Weird America’, Houston TX
    Gallerie Xippas, ‘Palimpset’, Paris, France
    Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, ‘Matthew Day Jackson and Sara Krajewski: The Violet Hour’, Seattle WA
    Martian Museum of Terrestrial Art, Barbican Gallery, ‘Mission: to interpret and understand contemporary art’, London, England
    Van Abbemuseum, ‘Heartland’, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
  • 2007
    Alexandre Pollazzon Ltd, ‘Shangri La’, London, England
    Athens Biennale, ‘Uncertain States of America – American Art in the 3rd Millennium’, Athens, Greece (Travelling Exhibition)
    Beijing Biennale, ‘Uncertain States of America – American Art in the 3rd Millennium’, Beijing, China (Travelling Exhibition)
    Centre Culturel Suisse, ‘E-flux Video Rental’, Paris, France
    CSW Centrum Sztuki Wspolczesneij/Center for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, ‘Uncertain States of America – American Art in the 3rd Millennium’, Warsaw, Poland (Travelling Exhibition)
    Harris Lieberman, ‘The Line of Time and the Plane of Now’, New York NY
    Herning Kunstmuseum, ‘Uncertain States of America – American Art in the 3rd Millennium’, Herning, Denmark (Travelling Exhibition)
    Moscow Biennale, ‘Uncertain States of America – American Art in the 3rd Millennium’, Moscow, Russia (Travelling Exhibition)
    Perry Rubenstein Gallery, ‘Omission’, Manhattan NY
    Peter Blum Gallery, ‘Huma Bhabha and Matthew Day Jackson: Sculptures and New Print Editions’, Manhattan NY
    Rivington Arms, ‘To Build a Fire’, Manhattan NY
    Rivington Arms, ‘To Build a Fire’, New York NY
  • 2006
    House of Campari, ’25 Bold Moves’, New York NY
    John Connelly Presents, ‘Kamp: K48’, New York NY
    Mario Diacono Fine Art, ‘Uncertain States of America – American Art in the 3rd Millennium’, Allston MA (Travelling Exhibition)
    Museum Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, ‘Uncertain States of America – American Art in the 3rd Millennium’, Annandale-on-Hudson NY (Travelling Exhibition)
    Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, ‘Time-Based Art is Happening!’, Portland OR
    Reykjavik Art Museum, ‘Uncertain States of America – American Art in the 3rd Millennium’, Reykjavik, Iceland (Travelling Exhibition)
    Royal Academy of Art, ‘USA Today’, London, England
    Serpentine Gallery, ‘Uncertain States of America – American Art in the 3rd Millennium’, London, England (Travelling Exhibition)
    White Box, ‘The Searchers’, New York NY
    Whitney Museum of American Art, Whitney Biennal, ‘Day for Night’, New York NY
    Villa Manin Centro d’arte Contemporanea, ‘Infinite Painting’, Manin, Italy
  • 2005
    Astrup Fearnley Museum, ‘The Uncertain States of America’, Oslo, Norway
    The Ballroom, ‘You Are Here’, Marfa TX
    Barbra Gladstone Gallery, ‘Bridge Freezes Before Road’, New York NY
    Perry Rubenstein Gallery, ‘Sticks and Stones’, New York NY
    PS1 Contemporary Art Center, ‘The Greater New York’, New York NY
    Public Art Fund, Metro Teach Center, ‘Material World’, New York NY
    Santa Fe Art Institute, ‘Motion’, Santa Fe NM
    Tony Oursler Studio, Metropolitan Museum of Art, ‘Studio: Seven Months of My Aesthetic Education (Plus Some) New York Version and Climaxed’, New York NY
    Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, ‘The Zine UnBound – Kults, Werewolfs and Sarcastic Hippies’, San Francisco CA
  • 2004
    Capsule Gallery, ‘Mommy! I! am! not! an! animal!’, New York NY
    Feigen Contemporary, ‘Relentless Proselytizers’, New York NY
    Samson Projects, ‘Super Salon’, Boston MA
    Valentino Pier Park, ‘Drift III’, Brooklyn NY
  • 2003
    D’amelio Terras Gallery, ‘Now Playing’, New York, NY
    Daniel Silverstein Gallery, ‘Spiritual Hunger’, New York NY
    Deitch Projects, ‘K48: Klubhouse’, Brooklyn NY
    Home of Buckminster Fuller, ‘Drift II’, Northern NJ
    Portland Museum of Art, ‘Biennial’ Portland OR
    Storefront 1838, ‘ White, Black, Yellow, Red’, New York NY
  • 2002
    ‘Drift’, Manasquan NJ
  • 2001
    Rabbett Gallery, ‘…sorta like a revelation’, New Brunswick NJ
  • 1999
    Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, ‘Sans Titre’, Boulder CO
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Bibliography

Publications

  • 2016
    Moeckli, Justine, van Tilburg, Merel (eds.) ‘Le Retour des Ténèbres’, Geneva: MAH and Los Angeles: DoPe Press, 2016, pp. 416, ill. colour
  • 2015
    Antoine, Jean-Philippe, Perret, Catherine (eds.), ‘Le Genre Humain’, Paris: Seuil, 2015, pp. 215-224, ill. bw
    ‘New American Art. Matthew Day Jackson. Rashid Johnson’, Paris: Editions Studio des Acacias, 2015
    Ann M. Wolfe (ed.), ‘Tahoe: A Visual History’, New York: Skira Rizzoli, 2015, pp. 244- 245, ill. colour
    Naoko Sumi (ed.), ‘Hiroshima Trilogy: 70th Anniversary of the Atomic Bomb/ Part 2: A Bird’s-eye View of the World’, Hiroshima: Hiroshima MOCA, 2015, pp. 40-41, ill. colour
  • 2014
    Roselione-Valadez, Juan (ed.) ‘Rubell Family Collection. Highlights & Artists’ Writings. Volume 1’, Florida: Rubell Family Collection/Contemporary Arts Foundation, 2014, pp. 496- 497, ill. colour
    Beitin, Andreas, Hartung, Martin (eds.) ‘Matthew Day Jackson. Total Accomplishment’, Berlin: Distanz Verlag, 2004 (exh. cat.)
    Museum für Gegenwartskunst Siegen (ed.), ‘Was Modelle können’, Cologne: Snoeck, 2014
    David, Caroline, Baud-Berthier, Claire (eds.), ‘Passions Secrètes. Collections Privées Flamandes’, Lille: Lille3000;Vision Publishers, 2014
    Sperling, Franziska, Sperling, Johannes (eds.), ‘A Man Walks Into A Bar… Jokes & Postcards’, Ostfildern, Hatje Cantz, 2014, p. 125, ill. in colour.
    Thompson, Don, ‘The Supermodel and the Brillo Box: Back Stories and Peculiar Economics from the World of Contemporary Art’, New York: St. Martin’s Press, 2014
  • 2013
    Aillagon, Jean-Jacques, ‘L’Art a l’epreuve du monde’, Dunkerque: Depoland Dunkerque, 2013
    ‘Blanton Museum of Art: 110 Favorites from the Collection’, Austin: University of Texas Press, 2013
    Unterdörfer, Michaela (ed.), ‘Hauser & Wirth.20 Years’, Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz, 2013
    Moszynska, Anna, ‘Sculpture Now’, London: Thames & Hudson, 2013, p. 41, ill.
  • 2012
    Ewing, William A., ‘Out of Focus: Photography’, London: Saatchi Gallery London, 2012
    Jackson, Matthew Day, Johnson, Rashid, ‘I’m Not Sure’, in ‘Parkett No. 90’, Zurich: Parkett, pp. 134 – 145
  • 2011
    Roselione-Valadez, Juan, ‘American Exuberance’, Florida: Rubell Family Collection, pp. 68-71, ill.
    Rosenblum Collection Edition, ‘Born in Dystopia’, Paris: Rosenblum Collection Edition, pp. 155
    Bourgeois, Caroline, ‘The World Belongs to You’, Milan: Electa, 2011, pp. 77-82, pp. 268-271, ill.
    Jackson, Matthew Day, ‘Matthew Day Jackson: In Search of… ‘, Bologna: MAMbo, 2011
  • 2010
    Adicéam, Ashok, ‘Hope! Une exposition d’art contemporain sur l’espoir’, Paris: Skira Flammarion, 2010
    Morton, Tom, ‘Matthew Day Jackson’, Amsterdam: Grimm Fine Art, 2010
  • 2009
    Jackson, Matthew Day, ‘HIGH, LOW AND IN BETWEEN’, Dublin: Douglas Hyde Gallery, 2009
    Mindell, David, Morton, Tom, ‘The Immeasurable Distance’, Houston TX: MIT List Visual Arts Center and Contemporary Arts Museum, 2009
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Articles

  • 2018
    ___, 'Matthew Day Jackson’, on: W Magazine Art, New York, 21 April 2018
    Editorial, RRJ, 'Interview With Artist Matthew Day Jackson’, on: Roman Road Journal, London, 17 April 2018
    ___, 'Hauser & Wirth London exhibits works by Matthew Day Jackson’, on: artdaily.org, Los Angeles, April 5 2018
    Burns, Charlotte, 'Nation statement' Monocle, London, March 2018, pp. 104-107
    ___, '3 London Talks To Pique Your Cultural Curiosity', on: somethingcurated.com, London, 20 February 2018
  • 2017
    Kirpal, Neha, ‘Jaipur’s Nahargarh Fort is the site of India’s first Sculpture Park; to display leading artists’ works’, on: www.firstpost.com, Mumbai, India, 12 November 2017
    Lesser, Casey, ‘WeTransfer’s Innovative Approach to Promoting Creatives’, on: www.artsy.net, New York NY, 8 November 2017
    Stephens, Suzanne, ‘Bloomberg Center by Morphosis Architects at Cornell Tech’, on: www.architecturalrecord.com, New York NY, 1 November 2017
    McMahon, Katherine, and Andy Battaglia, ‘Step into a New Phase: Eleven Madison Park Makes Art Part of a Fabled Restaurant Setting’, on: www.artnews.com, New York NY, 10 October 2017
    Sheets, Hilarie M., ‘At Cornell Tech, Art Engineered for the Imagination’, on: www.nytimes.com, New York NY, 13 September 2017
    __, ‘Artists Build ‘Observatories’ to Watch the Solar Eclipse in Jackson Hole, Wyoming’,on:
    www.blouinartinfo.com, New York, 24 August 2017
    Jones, Isa, ‘Longtime art collaborators form formal collective’, on: www.jhnewsandguide.com, 23 August 2017
    Goldstein, Caroline, ’Total Eclipse of the Art: Matthew Day Jackson Organizes Celestial-Themed Exhibition in Wyoming’, on: artnews.net, New York, 21 August 2017
    Boyle, Sarah, ’The High Line announces a new major stage for sculpture on the park’s new section’, on: archpaper.com, New York, 11 January 2017
    Stapley-Brown, Victoria, ‘New York to get its own Fourth Plinth competition on the High Line’, on: theartnewspaper.com, New York NY, 10 January 2017
    Kennedy, Randy, ’A Permanent Plinth for New Art Coming to the High Line’, in: The New York Times, New York NY, 9 January 2017
  • 2016
    Daly, Meg, ’Skin Deep: Peeling away the layers of a new exhibit by Matthew Day Jackson’, in: Planet Jackson Hole, Jackson WY, 17 August 2016, pp. 22
    Daly, Meg, ‘Brutality and Rebirth: A thought provoking performance art piece invites Jackson audiences into new territories’, Planet Jackson Hole, Jackson WY, 3 August 2016, pp. 24
  • 2015
    Wychowanok, Thibault, ‘L’exposition ‘New American Art’ au Studio des Acacias’, on: www.numero.com, Paris France, 21 October 2015
    Lo Iacono, Amanda, Saracino Fendi, Paoloa, and Werner, Alexandra, ‘Collecting Guide: Post War and Contemporary Art,’ on: www.christies.com, New York NY, 17 June 2015
    Terrell, Matthew, ‘Natural Nostalgia: Matthew Day Jackson at SCAD Atlanta,’ on: www.burnaway.org, Atlanta GA, 12 June 2015
    __, ‘Here’s what the $10M-$20M NYC investment sales market looked like last week,’ on: www.therealdeal.com, New York NY, 9 June 2015
    Hanley, Sarah Kirk, ‘Life and Death,’ on: www.artinprint.org, Chicago IL, 6 May 2015
    __, ‘Jane Farver, former director of the MIT List Visual Arts Center, dies,’ on: www.newsoffice.mit.edu, Cambridge MA, 4 May 2015
    Vanhaerents, Walter, ‘Inside the Heartbreak Hotel,’ on: www.christies.com, New York NY, 29 April 2015
    Martin, Hannah, ‘Peek Inside Zöe and Joel Dictrow’s Art-Filled Home,’ on: www.architecturaldigest.com, New York NY, 6 March 2015
    Romano, Mary, and Kazakina, Katya, ‘Paintings Sold Out at Armory? Galleries Had More on IPads,’ on: www.bloomberg.com, New York NY, 10 March 2015
    __, ‘International News Digest: March 2,’ on: www.artforum.com, New York NY, 2 March 2015
    Corcoran, Heather, ‘Matthew Day Jackson,’ in: Bijutsu Techno, Tokyo Japan, March 2015, p. 108
    __, ‘Preview Art Basel Hong Kong: Works by Jeff Koons, Takashi Murakami, Cindy Sherman, Michalene Thomas & More,’ on: www.artdealers.org, New York NY, March 2015
    Hanley, Sarah Kirk, ‘New Editions from Diane Villani and Hauser & Wirth,’ in: Art In Print, Chicago IL, pp. 8-9
    Corcoran, Heather, ‘Feasts of Human Civilization on a Collision Course with Death: Matthew Day Jackson,’ in: Bijutsu Techno, Tokyo Japan, Spring 2015
    Nilsson, Anton K., ‘Onward and Upward from Infamy, Former Nightclub on Sale as $11 Million Artist Pad,’ on: www.greenpointnews.com, Brooklyn NY, 25 February 2015
    Binlot, Ann, ‘Nari Ward’s “So-Called” at the SCAD Museum of Art,’ on: www.architecturaldigest.com, New York NY, 20 February 2015
    Carlson, Jen, ‘Greenpoint Rock Club Now $11 Million Condo,’ on: www.gothamist.com, New York NY, 11 February 2015
    Alberts, Hana R., ‘Artist Turns Greenpint Club Into Massive Home Asking $11M,’ on: www.ny.curbed.com, New York NY, 10 Feburary 2015
  • 2014
    __, ‘Hauser & Wirth,’ on: www.thevanderlust.com, London UK, 16 December 2014
    Cigainero, Jack, ‘Hidden Trasures in Flanders’, in: The New York Times, New York, NY, 4 December 2014
    Solway, Diane, ‘Artful Finnish,’ in: W Magazine, New York NY, November 2014, pp. 154-158
    __, ‘Matthew Day Jackson: Family,’ on: www.artaddict.net, New York NY, 13 September 2014
    ___, ‘Matthew Day Jackson’s first solo exhibition in Zurich opens at Hauser & Wirth’, on: www.artdaily.org, Mexico City MX, 4 September 2014, ill.
    ___, ‘Matthew Day Jackson at Hauser and Wirth Zurich: where has the mountain guide gone in the meantime?’ on: www.conceptualfinearts.com, 2 September 2014, ill.
    ___, ‘Matthew Day Jackson presents his family at Hauser & Wirth’, on: en.artmediaagency.com, Paris FR, 20 August 2014
    Adam, Georgina, ‘The rise and rise of the superstar artists’, on: www.theartnewspaper.com, London UK, 20 June 2014
    Spence, Rachel, ‘Room for a little one?’, in: FT Weekend, London UK, 3/4 May 2014, p. 6
    ___, ‘Are Mid-Size Galleries Disappearing, And Who’s To Blame’, on: www.artnet.com, 10 April 2014
    ___, ‘Zabludowicz Collection Announces 2014 Sarvisalo Finland Artist Residency Programme’, on: www.artlyst.com, London UK, 21 March 2014
    ___, ‘Susan Inglett Gallery’, on: www.nytimes.com, New York NY, 23 January 2014
  • 2013
    Kastner, Jeffrey, ‘Matthew Day Jackson. Hauser & Wirth’, in: Artforum, New York NY, November 2013, p. 285, ill.
    ___, ‘Art. Ati Maier and Matthew Day Jackson’, interview on: Bomblog, October 2013
    Hrbacek, Mary, ‘New York City Gallery, Hauser & Wirth, with Matthew Day Jackson’s ‘Capture’, on: www.artesmagazine.com, Stockholm, October 2013, ill.
    Laster, Paul, ‘Matthew Day Jackson, “Something Ancient, Something New, Something Stolen, Something Blue”’, in: TimeOut New York, New York NY, p. 39, ill.
    Boatright, Kristen, ‘Video: A Focus on the Body With Matthew Day Jackson’, on: www.blouinartinfo.com, October 2013, ill.
    Shulan, Alexander, ‘Matthew Day Jackson. Something Ancient, Something New, Something Stolen, Something Blue’, on: www.brooklynrail.org, New York NY, October 2013, ill.
    Laster, Paul, ‘Matthew Day Jackson, “Something Ancient, Something New, Something Stolen, Something Blue”’, on: www.timeout.com, New York NY, 30 September 2013, ill.
    Shiffman, Allyson, ‘Matthew Day Jackson’s Milestones ‘, on: www.interviewmagazine.com, New York NY, September 2013, ill.
    Cochran, Samuel, ‘Matthew Day Jackson’s New Paintings And Sculpture At Hauser & Wirth Gallery’, New York NY, September 2013, ill.
    ___, ‘Matthew Day Jackson At Hauser & Wirth’, on: www.vogue.com, New York NY, September 2013, ill.
    Duray, Dan, ‘Matthew Day Jackson to Open 200-Square-Foot Gallery’, on: www.galleristny.com, New York NY, September 2013, ill.
    Lescaze, Zoe, ‘Look at This! Matthew Day Jackson at Hauser & Wirth’, on: www.galleristny.com, New York NY, September 2013, ill.
    Halperin, Julia, ‘An alternative room of one’s own’, on: www.theartnewpaper.com, September 2013, ill.
    Battaglia, Andy, ‘A Death Staged Over and Over’ on: www.online.wsj.com, New York NY, September 2013, ill.
    Healy, Mark, ‘Man on Fire’, in: The New York Times Magazine, New York NY, Fall 2013, pp. 134-137, ill.
    Healy, Mark, ‘The Artist With the Race Car in His Studio’, on: www.tmagazine.blogs.nytimes.com, New York NY, 13 September 2013, ill.
    Shiffman, Allyson, ‘Matthew Day Jackson’s Milestones’, on: www.interviewmagazine.com, New York NY, September 2013, ill.
    Kazakina, Katya, ‘Buy Rotting Flesh at $95,000: Walls $1.6 Million: Chelsea’, on: www.bloomberg.com, New York NY, 11. September 2013, ill.
    Cochran, Samuel, ‘Matthew Day Jackson’s new Paintings and Sculpture at Hauser & Wirth Gallery’, on: www.architecturaldigest.com, New York NY, 9 September 2013, ill.
    Lescaze, Zoe, ‘Look at This! Matthew Day Jackson at Hauser & Wirth’, on: www.galleristny.com, New York NY, 6 September 2013, ill.
    Halperin, Julia, ‘An alterntive room of one’s own. Matthew Day Jackson ist he latest big-name artist to bankroll his own gallery’, on: www.theartnewspaper.com, Northampton UK, 6 September 2013, ill.
    Battaglia, Andy, ‘A Death Staged Over and Over. Matthew Day Jackson Faces Mortality as Part of New Show’, on: online.wsj.com, New York NY, 3 September 2013, ill.
    Slenske, Michael, ‘Matthew Day Jackson on Drag Racing as Art and His New Personal Gallery’, on: www.blouinartinfo.com, New York NY, 6 September 2013, ill.
    Cashdan, Marina, ‘Helter Shelter’, in: Surface Magazine, New York NY, September-October 2013, p. 58, ill.
    Halperin, Julia, ‘An alternative room of one’s own’, in: The Art Newspaper, London UK, September 2013, p. 5, ill.
    Crow, Kelly, ‘Attack of the Giant Art Galleries’, in: The Wall Street Journal, New York NY, pp. D1-D2, ill.
    Claus, Jürgen, ‘Ein Universum von Geschichte. Karlsruhe: Matthew Day Jackson im ZKM’, in: Kunstzeitung, Regensburg DE, August 2013, p. 8, ill.
    ___, ‘Matthew Day Jackson Presents ‘Something Ancient, Something New, Something Stolen, Something Blue’‘, on: www.art.broadwayworld.com, New York NY, 29 July 2013, ill.
    Duray, Dan, ‘At Frieze’s FOOD Reprisal, Matthew Day Jackson and Company Offer Jerky, Tang’, on: www.galleristny.com, New York NY, 9 May 2013, ill.
    ___, ‘ Five Objects to Warm Up a Trip to Frieze’, on: www.online.wsj.com, New York NY, 9 May 2013, ill.
    Uszerowicz, Monica, ‘Matthew Day Jackson: The work of many hands’, in: Garagisme, Paris FR, April 2013, p. 64
    Sanati, Mercedeh, ‘Globetrotter. On the road’, in: The Globe and Mail, Toronto CA, April 2013, ill.
    Jovanovic, Rozalia, ‘ Whitney Art Party Takes Annual Benefit Sale Online With Artsy Partnership’ , on: www.blogs.artinfo.com, 12 April 2013, ill.
    Pootschi, Becky,’ Hauser und Wirth is proud to present Matthew Day Jacksons polished stainless steel sculpture’ on: www.citywealthmag.com, London, 26 February 2013, ill.
    Allen, Ian, ‘Grand Plans’, in: Surface, New York, January 2013, pp. 105 – 110, ill.
    Takase, Yasuyuki, ‘The Nine Artists and Alternative Reality’, in: HUGE, Tokyo, January 2013, pp. 18, 20, 48-55, ill.
    Spears, Dorothy, ‘Vroom for Change’, in: Art News, New York, January 2013, p. 28
  • 2012
    ___, ‘Hans Jossephson – A Body of Work’, on: kilimag.com, London, 27 July 2012, ill.
    ___, ‘Hauser & Wirth: Science on the back End’, on: www.whitewallmag.com, New York, 5 June 2012, ill.
    ___, ‘Next Most Collectible Artists’, in: Art+Auction’, New York, June 2012, pp. 105 – 106, ill.
    Scheifele, Kris, ‘Of Scientific Pinterest. Science on the Back End at Hauser & Wirth’. on: www.artcritical.com, 20 May 2012, ill.
    Micchelli, Thomas, ‘Are Artists the Best Curators?’, on: www.hyperallergic.com, New York, 5 May 2012, ill.
    ___, ‘Life’s a drag’, on: www.theartnewspaper.com, London, 5 May 2012, ill.
    ___, ‘The art of science’, in: Art Newspaper, London, 3/ 4 May 2012, p. 14, ill.
    Gobnik, Blake, ‘Daily Pic’, on: Blake Gopnik on Art, ww.blakegopnik.com, 2 May 2012, ill.
    De Craen, Irene, ‘Frieze; Mathew Day Jackson’, on: www.frieze.com, London, 19 April 2012, ill.
    Sinclair, Charlotte, ‘Art For One & Art For All’, in: FT Smart Arts, London, 18 February 2012, pp. 10 – 14, ill.
    Tompkins, David, ‘Freefall: The Work of Matthew Day Jackson’, in: Flash Art, Milan, January 2012, pp. 72 – 73, ill.
    Spears, Dorothy, ‘Fusing Identity: Dollops of Humor and Shea Butter’, on: www.nytimes.com, New York, 5 January 2012, ill.
  • 2011
    ___, ‘Sweet and sour Golem’, in: Garage, London, Fall/Winter 2011, pp. 56-57, 158-159, 260-261, Content, ill.
    Rosenau, Mirja, ‘Leben, Streben, Sterben’, in: Art, Hamburg, November 2011, p. 107, ill.
    Bugmann, Urs, ‘Auf der Suche nach dem Menschen’, in:Neue Luzerner Zeitung’, Lucerne, 22 October 2011, p. 9
    Azimi, Roxana, ‘Krise? Welche Krise?’, in: Monopol, Berlin, September 2011, pp. 110-11, ill.
    Schultz, Charles, ‘Matthew Day Jackson with Charles Schultz’, in: Brooklyn Rail online, 12 July 2011
    ___, ‘Private Views’, in: FT Weekend, Life &Arts, London, 23 July 2010, p. 10
    Merjiam, Ara H., ‘Matthew Day Jackson MAMbo’, in: Art in America, June-July 2011, unpag.
    ‘Matthew Day Jackson: Everything Leads to Another’, in: ‘It’s Nice That’, Online, London, 14 July 2011, unpag.
    Furseth, Jessica, ‘Matthew Day Jackson: Everything Leads to Another’, in: this is tomorrow, July 2011, unpag.
    ___, ‘Matthew Day Jackson’s “Everything Leads to Another” ‘, in: Whitewall online, 14 June 2011, unpag.
    ___, ‘Reconfiguring The Diverse’, in: World Sculpture News, Spring 2011, pp. 22-24, ill.
    Sansom, Anna, ‘Rosenblums: The Collectors’, in: Whitewall Spring 2011, pp. 72-75, ill.
    Cook, Xerxes, ‘Art Talks: Matthew Day Jackson on Everything Leads to Another’, in: Another Mag, 23 May 2011, unpag.
    ___, ‘Pick of the week’, in: The Guardian Guide, 21 May 2011, p.36
    Austen, Kat, ‘The art of exploration’, in: New Scientist, 21 May 2011, p.46, ill.
    Roux, caroline, ‘An impressive body of work’, in: The Independent, Arts & Books, 27 May 2011, p.2, ill.
    Rappolt, Mark, ‘Matthew Day Jackson, A strange kind of beautiful’, in: Art Review, Issue 50, May 2011, pp. 74-79, ill.
  • 2010
    Jackson, Matthew Day, ‘Huma Bhabha’, in: FlashArt, Milano, November December 2010, pp. 88-91, ill.
    Beck, Graham T., ‘Matthew Day Jackson’, in: Frieze, London, November – December 2010, pp. 116-117, ill.
    Wells, Nicholas, ‘Matthew Day Jackson: In Search of’, in: CityArts, St. Seattle WA, 27 October – 9 November 2010, p. 12
    Coffield, Cynthia, ‘Matthew Day Jackson {read more}’, in: Art Lies, Houston TX, Spring 2010, Issue 65, p. 75
    Arning, Bill, ‘Matthew Day Jackson’, in: Flash Art, Milan, January-February 2010, pp. 68-71
    2009
    Dumas, Marlene, ‘The Third World War’, in: Metropolis M, Utrecht, no. 6, December / January
  • 2009
    ___, ‘Stedelijk Museum acquires work by Matthew Day Jackson’, in: Parool, Amsterdam, 12 December 2009, p. 36
    ___, ‘Stedelijk Museum: last acquisition Dymaxion Biotron’, in: Volkskrant, Amsterdam, 11 December 2009, pp. 14-15
    Sherwin, Skye, ‘Matthew Day Jackson’, in: 10 Magazine, London, Winter 2009, Issue 33, p. 86
    Lamoree, Jhim, ‘Dynamic Maximum Tension review’, in: Parool, Amsterdam, 7 November 2009, p. 39
    Britt, Douglas, ‘Jackson exhibit probes human consciousness’, in: Houston Chronicle, Houston TX, 16 October 2009, p. E2
    Braat, Manon, ‘Dromen tussen utopie en catastrofe’, in: Kunstbeeld, Diemen, no. 10, October 2009, pp. 22-29
    McCarthy, Gerry, ‘His faces ring a bell’, in: The Sunday Times, London, 19 July 2009
    Vogel, Carol, ‘A Thriftier Lot Comes to Basel This Year’, in: The New York Times, New York NY, 12 June 2009, p. C27
    McQuaid, Cate, ‘Exhibit highlights his dark side’, in: The Boston Globe, Boston MA, 24 May 2009
    Ragona, Melissa, ‘Matthew Day Jackson’, in: Frieze, London, issue 121, March 2009
  • 2008
    ___, ‘Best in Show: Matthew Day Jackson, Terranaut’, on: The Village Voice, New York NY, 5 November 2008
    Maine, Stephen, ‘Matthew Day Jackson’, in: Art in America, New York NY, November 2008, pp. 180-181
    Kastner, Jeffrey, ‘Matthew Day Jackson’, in: Artforum, New York NY, November 2008
    ___, ‘Matthew Day Jackson’, on: flashartonline.com, 31 October 2008.
    ___, ‘The Lunatic is on the Grass: Pink Floyd, a Crashed Corvette, and Brutalist Architecture at the Henry: Capturing the Angst of an Era’, in: The Stranger, Seattle WA, 28 August 2008, p. 22
    Kröner, Magdalena, ‘Matthew Day Jackson: Wir sind immer noch mitten in Bürgerkrieg’, in: Kunstforum, Ruppichteroth, February 2008, pp. 138–149
  • 2007
    Arning, Bill, ‘Introducing Matthew Day Jackson’, in: Modern Painters, New York NY, October 2007, pp. 58-60
    ___, ‘Matthew Day Jackson: Paradise Now! (Limbo)’, in: Art Review, London, February 2007, p. 159
    Cole, Lori, ‘Omission’, on: Artforum.com, January 2007
  • 2006
    Motley, John, ‘Matthew Day Jackson’, in: PICA, Portland OR, September 2006
    Jones, Kristin M., ‘Matthew Day Jackson’, in: Frieze, London, March 2006, p. 167
  • 2005
    ___, ‘Spread Your Wings For Peace: Phoenix’, in: The Village Voice, New York NY, vol. L, no. 51, December 2005, pp. 21-27
    Smith, Roberta, ‘Spotting an Aesthetic Dispute and Embracing All Sides’, in: The New York Times, New York NY, 17 December 2005, p. B13
    Kerr, Merrily, ‘Matthew Day Jackson: Fortunate Son’, in: Time Out, New York NY, 5 December 2005, p. 119
    Cambourg, Clemence de, ‘The History Man’, in: Art Review, London, 5 November 2005, p. 34
    Bae, James, ‘You Are Here, Ballroom Marfa’, in: ArtLies, Houston TX, issue no. 48, Fall 2005, pp. 106-107
    Matthew Day Jackson, ‘Matthew Day Jackson’, in: V36 Magazine, 2005
    Giovannotti, Micaela, ‘The Greater New York 2005’, in: Tema Celeste, New York NY, no. 109, May/June 2005, p. 98
    Ho, Christopher K., ‘In View: Greater New York 2005’, in: Modern Painters, New York NY, May 2005, pp. 105-106
    ___, ‘Our Selection A-Z’, in: The Art Newspaper, London, no. 157, April 2005, p. 2
    Rosenberg, Karen, ‘Artists on the Verge of a Breakthrough’, in: New York Magazine, New York NY, 7 March 2005, pp. 34-36
    Nickas, Bob, ‘First Take’, in: Artforum, New York NY, vol. XLIII, no. 5, January 2005, pp. 155-156
  • 2004
    Johnson, Ken, ‘___’, in: The New York Times, 6 August 2004, p. E32
    Levin, Kim, ‘___’, in: The Village Voice, New York NY, 28 July 2004
  • 2001
    Phillips, Lisa (juror), in: New American Paintings: The MFA Annual 2001
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