Mark Jackson



Mark Jackson

b. 1976, Nottingham, UK

Lives and works in London

2003 - 2010 worked exclusively in collaboration Jackson Webb

Education

2006 MA Fine Art (Distinction) - Chelsea College of Art and Design, London UK

1998 BA Fine Art - Painting, Loughborough College of Art and Design, UK

Exhibitions

2017 Domain of Sensible Knowledge, ASC Gallery, London, UK

2017 (Solo) FACE IS THE CLOSEST, Block 336, London

2016 Making The Nature Seen, Tannery Projects, London, UK

2015 Delta, Five Years, London, UK

2014 The Threshold - Liminal Abstracts, MPG, London, UK

2014 Disclosure, Chart Gallery, London, UK

2013 Everything Wants to Run, (curated), Block 336, London, UK

2012 Block 336 Presents, Block 336, London, UK

2010 Fowle Hall Features IV, Accident & Emergence, Kent, UK

2010 [the] Evidence at SUPERMARKET Kulterhuset, Stockholm, Sweden

2009 Bad Moon Rising III, Boots Contemporary, St. Louis, Missouri, USA

2008 Painting Plus, Viewpoint Gallery, Plymouth, UK

2008 Ripe For Revisiting on a Daily Basis, 52 Metres Art Projects, London, UK

2008 An Experiment In Collaboration, Jerwood Space, London, UK

2008 SPACE Now, The Triangle Gallery, London, UK

2008 ARScie, Blythe Gallery, Imperial College, London, UK

2008 ARTFutures, Bloomberg Space, London, UK

2007 Bloomberg New Contemporaries, Toured to: New Art Gallery Walsall; Rochelle School, London; Cornerhouse, Manchester, UK

2007 Jackson Webb, Bridge Art Fair, Trafalgar Hotel, London, UK

2007 Dark Glasses, (curated), Standpoint Gallery, London, UK

2007 Days of the Commune, Flexi-Space, Stockwell Studios, London, UK

2006 There's No Place Like Home, Homestead Gallery, London, UK

2006 Through The Large Glass, Three Colts Gallery, London, UK

2006 Horses and Hippos, Chelsea College Of Art And Design, London, UK

2006 Real Proper Show, Chelsea College Of Art And Design, London, UK

2006 Soft Lighting, (solo), The Living Room Gallery, Manila, Philippines

2005 Tower Of Babel, Limehouse Arts Foundation, London, UK

Collections and Awards

2008 British Council Grants for Artists. Awarded for participation in Bad Moon Rising III, Boots Contemporary Arts Space, St. Louis, Missouri, USA

2006 The Burger Collection, Zurich, Switzerland

2006 Research Preparation Masters Scheme Award, Arts and Humanities Research Council, UK

Publications

2013 Everything Wants to Run, Block 336, ISBN 978-0-9576228-1-4

2008 An Experiment in Collaboration, Beacon Press

2007 Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2007, Cornerhouse Press, ISBN 9780954084875

2007 Bridge Art Fair London '07, Bridge Art Press

Press and Interviews

2017 Young-Space, interview www.young-space.com/

2016 FLOORR Magazine, interview www.floorrmagazine.com

2013 Everything Wants to Run, review on www.southlondonartmap.com

2013 Everything Wants to Run, review on www.aqnb.com

2008 An Experiment in Collaboration, David Aaronovitch, Michael Arditti and Malorie Blackman BBC Radio 4 Saturday Review: www.bbc.co.uk

2008 An Experiment in Collaboration, review in A-N magazine, October 2008 Issue