Jessica Jackson-Hutchins

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BORN 1971
Lives and works in Portland, OR

EDUCATION
1999
MFA, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Post-Baccalaureate Certificate

1994
BA, Art History Oberlin College, Cum laude

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2010
"Over Come Over," Small A Projects, New York, NY
"Kitchen Table Allegory," Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY

2008
"The Exponent of Earth (You Make Me ___)," Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY
"Hours and Ours," Small A Projects, Portland, OR

2007
"Case Works 12: Stylite Optimism," Eric V. Hauser Memorial Library, Reed College, Portland, OR

2006
"Peace at Home: The War Never Left," Small A Projects, Portland, OR

2004
Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY

Group Exhibitions
2010
"2010 Whitney Biennial," Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY
"The Shape of Things to Come: New Sculpture," The Saatchi Gallery, London, UK
"Kurt," The Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA

2009
"Parenthesis," Western Bridge, Seattle, WA
"Dirt on Delight," Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA and The Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN
"Bent," The Oregon College of Art and Craft, Portland, OR
"LOVER," On Stellar Rays, New York, NY
"Slough," David Nolan, New York, NY, curated by Steve DiBenedetto
"An Expanded Field of Possibilities," Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum, Santa Barbara, CA
"The Mood Back Home," Momenta Art, Brooklyn, NY
"ARE YOU WITH ME?" Small A Projects, New York, NY
"Presents," Rowley Kennerk, Chicago, IL, curated by Milwaukee International

2008
"200597214100022008," Small A Projects, New York, NY
"Begin Again Right Back There," White Columns, New York, NY, curated by B. Wurtz
"Kinda Like A Buffet," PDX Contemporary Art, Portland, OR
"Journey to the Center of Uranus," CANADA, New York, NY
Summer Group Exhibition, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY

2007
"Kinda Like A Buffett," PDX Contemporary Art, Portland OR
"Home/Office Landscapes," Chapman University, Orange, CA
"Michelle Grabner’s Never Quite Happy Home," Southfirst Gallery, New York, NY
"Ceramics," Shane Campbell Gallery, Oak Park, IL
"NeoIntegrity," Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY, curated by Keith Mayerson
"Hump," Paul Kotula Projects, Ferndale, MI
"Place of the Transcommon," INOVA, Peck School of the Arts, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, curated by Nicholas Frank

2006
Summer Group Exhibition, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY
"Your Beauty’s Gold is Clay," Alexandre Gallery, New York, NY
"Atlas of the Unknown," Small A Projects, Portland, OR
"Jessica Jackson Hutchins Relics from a Lonely Dinner," Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY
"Gone Formalism," Institute for Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA
Inaugural Exhibition, Derek Eller Gallery, New York
"Lonely Dinner," an event for Ghosttown with Red76, Portland, OR

2005
"Make it Now," The Sculpture Center, New York, NY (catalog)
"International Laundry," Parisa Kind Gallery, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
"Taking Place," projects around Portland, OR
"I live in a Castle," EFA, New York, NY, curated by Jessica Hutchins and Dan Torop

2004
"Escapism: a viable political alternative," Champion Fine Art, New York, NY, curated by Fia Backstrom
"Five Friends," a film and video program, Anthony Wilkinson Gallery, London, UK
"Art Star and Sausage Factory," Debs & Co., New York, NY
"Surface Tension," Lombard-Freid Fine Art, New York, NY
"Ascend to the End," solo project Cabin for the Herbert Read Gallery, Kent, UK

2003
"Drawings," Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY
Jessica Jackson Hutchins and Kim Fisher, Midway Contemporary, St. Paul, MN
"Really Real," Gallery 312, Chicago, IL
"Finnar Arnar Arnarson, Hlynur Hallson, Jessica Jackson Hutchins," The Living Arts Museum, Reykjavik, Iceland
"Jessica Jackson Hutchins, Land Forms," Listagil, Akureyri, Iceland

2002
"The Stray Show," Chicago, IL
The Drawing Center’s 25th Anniversary Benefit Selections Exhibition, New York, NY
"I Just Can't Pretend," Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY
East International Exhibition, Norwich Gallery, Norwich, UK (catalog)
"Artist to Artist," Ace Gallery, New York, NY (catalog)
"Different Class," Debs & Co., New York, NY

2001
"Darryl's Tears and Other Work," Ten In One Gallery, New York, NY
"Drawings," Hermetic Gallery, Milwaukee, WI
"SKYBOX," Times Square Window Display, New York, NY
"Winter Selections 2001," The Drawing Center, New York, NY (catalog)

2000
"Under the Influence," Zolla-Lieberman Gallery, Chicago, IL
"Jessica Hutchins, Pedro Velez," Hermetic Gallery, Milwaukee, WI
"Open Studios," Shape Foundation, New York, NY

1999
"No Metaphors," FGA, Chicago, IL
"All Girls All Live," Bodybuilder and Sportsman, Chicago, IL
"Smart Living," FGA, Chicago, IL
"True Value," Swallow Gallery, Chicago, IL

1998
Group Show, Gallery 2, Chicago, IL
Graduate Project Space Installation, 847 W. Jackson, Chicago, IL
Nippon V, Nippon Steel U.S.A., Inc., Chicago, IL

1996
"46th Western New York Exhibition," Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY
"Nine Ball: Works on Paper," Jean Albano Gallery, Chicago, IL
"Estival Prelude," Anderson Gallery, Buffalo, NY
"Holiday Invitational," Big Orbit Gallery, Buffalo, NY, Art Dialogue Award

PUBLICATIONS/REVIEWS
2010
Bernstein, Amy, “Interview with Jessica Jackson Hutchins,” PORT, Sept. 24, 2010.
Snyder, Stephanie, “Jessica Jackson Hutchins,” Artforum Critics’ Picks, March.
Saltz, Jerry, “Change We Can Believe In,” New York Magazine, February 24.

2009
Saltz, Jerry, “Women Win Slim Majority in Next Whitney Biennial,” New York Magazine, December 11.
Dailey, Meghan, The Shape of Things To Come: New Sculpture, Rizzoli International Publications, September 8.
Feldman, Melissa E., “Dirt on Delight,” Issue 124, June-August 2009.
Maloney, Patricia (as told to), “500 Words: Jessica Jackson Hutchins,” Artforum.com, July.
Butler, Sharon, “The Mood Back Home,” The Brooklyn Rail, April.
Raymond, Camela, “Introducing Jessica Jackson Hutchins,” Modern Painters, February, 32-33.
Smith, Roberta “Crucible of Creativity, Stoking Earth into Art (Jessica Jackson Hutchins),” The New York Times, March 19.
Shaw, Cameron, “Are You With Me?” (review), Artforum.com.

2008
Smith, Roberta, "Art in Review: Begin Again Right Back Here," The New York Times, October 2.
Smith, Roberta, "Art in Review: Jessica Jackson Hutchins," The New York Times, May 30.
Libby, Brian, "A touch of the sublime in the disposable," The Oregonian, January 11-17.
Bowie, Chas, "Jessica Jackson Hutchins," The Portland Mercury, January 10-16.
“Hours and Ours,” published by Small A Projects and Purtill Family Business (monograph).

2007
“Jessica Jackson Hutchins” Interview with Stephanie Snyder, Plazm 29, 2007, 100-105.
Bowie, Chas, “Jessica Jackson Hutchins”, The Portland Mercury, February 8-14.
Porter, Jenelle, "Ten Contemporary Artists," The Believer, December/January.
Vollmayer, Fufkin, "Borders Don't Always Matter," Portland Tribune, September 25.

2006
Johnson, Ken, “Your Beauty’s Gold is Clay,” The New York Times, July 28.
Cohen, David, “Not Consigned To the Realm of Craft,” The New York Sun, July 27.
Smith, Roberta, “Art in Review: David Dupuis, Jessica Jackson Hutchins,” The New York Times, March 3.
Pym, William, “Gone Formalism,” Artforum.com, Critic’s Picks, February.

2003
Westphallen, Olav, "Top Ten", Artforum, Oct. 2003, 64.
Bjarnason, Thoroddur, "Blakaldur Veruleikinn", Lesbok Morgunbladsins Feb. 1.

2002
Slyce, John, "East International", Art Monthly, September, 33-34.
Fierst, Max, "The Agony of Influence", essay accompanying I Just Can't Pretend.
East International 2002, Norwich Gallery, Norwich, UK.
Smith, Roberta, "Artists to Artists", The New York Times, May 24.
Artists to Artists: A Decade of the Space Program, Marie Walsh Sharpe Foundation, Colorado Springs, CO, 288-289.
Charley Magazine, ed. Maurizio Cattelan, Les Pres du Reel, January, 315.

2001
Drawing Papers 12, The Drawing Center, January.
Velez, Pedro "Under the Influence", New Art Examiner, December–January, 47.

2000
Grabner, Michelle, "Jessica Hutchins Pedro Velez", Frieze, November- December, 118-119.
Mutscheller, Chuck "No Metaphors", New Art Examiner, April 2000, 50.
LUNG, no.8 (Spring 2000), Chicago, IL, 122-125.
Bulka, Michael, "Midnight Rant: Art Chicago 1999,” spacesupoint.net/rants, June 2, 1999.
Chicago Review, vol. 44, no. 1, 1998, cover illustration