Jason Duval

JASON DUVAL

Jason Duval’s paintings employ letters, numerals, lines and shapes in layered spaces, much as the vestiges of words, signs, paint, and material of a constantly changing urban environment gathers in the eye during a daily walk in the city. Educated at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design and School of Visual Arts. Shows in the New Museum. MFA, Fine Art Heskin Contemporary 2009 and Dennis Dawson Spring Break Art Show 2016. Next to his artistic career he was in charge of the artist liasson for Michael Werner. Being in constantly contact with Baselitz, Polke’s state, Per Kirkiby, Aaron Curry.

 

selection of available works

 

 

for more works and information contact:

Alexandra Meffert: meffert@wildpalms.com

Jorge Sanguino: sanguino@wild-palms.com

 

Curriculum Vitae

 

Education
M.F.A., School of Visual Arts, New York
B.F.A., Massachusetts College of Art, Boston

Selected Exhibitions
2017 Marlborough Chelsea, New York
Tiger Strikes Asteroid, Chicago
2016 Between You and Me, Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, Massachusetts
This Is Our House, This Is Our Rules, Spring/Break Art Show, New York
2015 The Valentine’s Day Cardiovascular, Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, Massachusetts
2014 Edge of Continuation, Pablo’s Birthday, New York, curated by Pip Deely and Mark Brown
The Invitational, Kunsthalle Projects, Brooklyn
2009 Urban, SAKS, Geneva (solo)
Snippets, Sampling, Static, Rubenstein Gallery, New York, curated by Cora Cohen
2008 New Bedford Art Museum, New Bedford, MA, curated by David Boyce
Summer Mixtape Volume One, Exit Art, New York, curated by Herb Tam
2007 String Show, Greene Naftali, New York, curated by Josh Smith
Kathleen Cullen Fine Arts, New York (solo)
2006 Regeneration Room, LMAK Projects, New York, curated by Franklin Evans
2005 Old Paintings, Marvelli Gallery, New York (solo)
2004 Beginning Here, Visual Arts Gallery, New York, curated by Jerry Saltz
A Conversation, Marvelli Gallery, New York, curated by Michael St. John
Band of Abstraction, Van Brunt Gallery, New York, curated by Joe Fyfe
2002 Back to the Future, Cynthia Broan Gallery, New York, curated by Michael St. John
2001 Marvelli Gallery, New York (solo)
2000 Subject: Object, Visual Arts Gallery, New York, curated by David Row
1999 Idioscapes, Mills Gallery, Boston Center for the Arts, Boston, curated by Edmund
Barry Gaither and Shelly Bancroft
1998 Barbara Singer Fine Art, Boston (solo)
1997 15th Drawing Show, Mills Gallery, Boston Center for the Arts
Andrea Marquit Fine Art, Boston (solo)

Residencies
2006 Webb School, Knoxville
1996 Experimental Etching Studio, Boston
CURATORIAL EXPERIENCE
2004 Charmed, Lower East Side Girls Club, co-curated with Michael St. John
2003 Shangri-La, Islip Art Museum, co-curated with Michael St. John
2002 Back to the Future, Cynthia Broan Gallery, co-organized with Michael St. John

Bibliography
Barbara MacAdam, “The New Abstraction”, ARTnews, April 2007, p. 113
David Cohen, “Band of Abstraction”, exhibition review, New York Sun, July 22, 2004
Capsule review, Art Listings, The New Yorker (July 16 & 23, 2001)
David B. Boyce, “Understudy gains lead…”, The Standard-Times (July 22, 2001)
Ken Johnson, Art Guide (capsule review), The New York Times (July 20, 2001)
Christine Temin, exhibition review, Boston Globe (Sept. 9, 1999), pp. F1, F7 (ill. p. F7)
Cate McQuaid, exhibition review, Boston Globe (October 8, 1998), pp. D1, D6 (ill. p. D6)
Christine Temin, “Drawing with a Loose Definition at the BCA”, Boston Globe (December 6, 1997), pp. C1, C4 (ill. p. C1)
Matt Murphy, exhibition review, ArtsMedia (January 1998), p.20

Publications
Lorimer St. Blues, Edition TM, New York, 2009
Sinclair Hitchings, et al, “Proof in Print: A Community of Printmaking Studios”. Boston: Boston Public Library and Mixit Print Studio, 2001, ill. p. 48

Collections
Boston Public Library, Department of Prints
DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Lincoln, MA
Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston
Webb School, Knoxville