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Richard Jackson 

Richard Jackson (Born 1939. Sacramento, California USA) is an American artist based in Sierra Madre (California USA). A drop university and self-thought artist, Jackson constantly criticize art itself and social conventions through brutal staging or shaming the objects and American culture. For Jackson, paint is not a tool used to create a representational image, but is used as a ubiquitous liquid which is spurted, splattered and sprayed over the surface of his installations.


Some of the past exhibitions

  • (2019) Hamburger Bahnhof, Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin, Germany

  • (2018) Musée  de l’Orangerie, Paris, France

  • (2015) LACMA Los Angeles USA

  • (2014) Santa Barbara Museum of Art, USA

  • (2013) Museo Jumex, Mexico, Mexique 

  • (2012) Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, USA

  • (2006) Fondation Maeght, Saint-Paul de Vence, France

  • (2005) Centre G. Pompidou, Paris, France 

  • (1978) Whitney Museum, New York, USA

 “Dicks big Duck",  2009

103 x 44 x 52 cm, metal and wood

Richard Jackson_woolbridge gallery
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