Jacqueline Humphries, American (1960 - )


 Jacqueline Humphries has exhibited widely in the United States and abroad, including solo shows at Mario Diacono, Boston (1996), Galerie Simonne Stern, New Orleans (1996), Rena Bransten, San Francisco (1996), Greene Naftali Gallery, New York (1995-96), and John Good Gallery, New York (1994, 92, 90, 89). Group exhibitions include Young Americans: American Art in the Saatchi Collection, Saatchi Gallery, London (1996), Degrees of Abstraction: From Morris Louis to Robert Mapplethorpe, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (1995), and How It Is, Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York (1992). She has received numerous awards, including a Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant (1995) and a Louis Comfort Tiffany Award (1992). The artist lives and works in New York City.


Yellow Fever, Sutton Lane, London

Flora and Fauna, I-20 Gallery, New York (cat.)

Panorama, Galeria Marabini, Bologna, Italy

Portraits, I-20 Gallery, New York
Perspectives, FIAC 2000, Paris, France

Marina Kappos: Fade to Grey, I-20 Gallery, New York (cat.)

Installation, Sulkin Studio Architect’s office, Santa Monica, Ca.


The World Rehabilitation Fund's Spring Benefit, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York,
After Matisse/Picasso, P.S.1. New York
The Cat Show, Acme., Los Angeles, CA
Made in California: Selections from the Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation Collection, Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans

Heaven Knows I’m Miserable Now, Low, Los Angeles.
Officina America / American Atelier, Galleria d’Arte Moderna di Bologna, Bologna, Museo de San Domenico, Imola; Ex-Pescheria. Cesena; and Palazzo dell’Aregno, Rimini, Italy. Curated by Renato Barilli (cat.)
Our Bears, Our Electric, Mixture Contemporary Art, Houston, TX.
The Armory Show 2002
Art Forum Berlin 2002

All American, Bellwether, Brooklyn, NY. Curated by Ellen Altfest.
I Love New York, I-20 Gallery, New York
Red Cross Benefit Exhibition, Studio of Marina Kappos, Los Angeles, CA.
Art Forum Berlin 2001
The Armory Show 2001

Artificial Real, Low, Los Angeles
2000 Benefit Exhibition, New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York (cat.)
Paintings, Sies + Hoke Galerie, Dusseldorf, Germany
Aspekte zeitgenoessischer kunst, Galerie Sander, Darmstadt, Germany
Dos Mil Anos Luz (2000 Light), Instituto Oscar Dominguez De Arte Contemporaneo (IODAC). The Canary Islands, Spain. Curated by Angel de la Cruz (cat.)
Cutting Edge: New Art from the States, ARCO, Madrid, Spain
Art Forum Berlin 2000
The Armory Show 2000, New York

Road Show, DFN Gallery, New York. Curated by Mike Weiss.
Art Forum Berlin 1999

Thesis Exhibition, Yale University School of Art, New Haven, CT.
Hotel California, The Arlington Museum, Arlington, Texas. Traveled to El Paso, Texas
Hollywood Premiere, just for the night, The Hollywood Premiere Motel, Hollywood, CA.



Kastner, Jeffrey. Review. artext (Fall 2002): 88-89
Chambers, Christopher. Review. Flash Art (July – September 2002): 118
Valdez, Sarah. Review: Marina Kappos, ”Flora & Fauna”, Time Out New York, (June 20-27 2002) Issue 351 (ill.)
Levin, Kim. “Voice Choices”. The Village Voice (June 11, 2002)
Finch, Charlie. “Money, Money, Money”. Artnet.com, (May 14, 2002)
Lanzoni, Karin. X-Tra, Volume 4 (spring 2002): 5 (ill.)
“Smock off the Wall: Eleven artists map out the current mood,” Smock (Winter 2002): 119-143
Editors. “Officina America,” tema celeste (January-February 2002): 89

Mahoney, Robert. Review: “All American at Bellwether,” Time Out New York, August 2-9, 2001: 54
Bartorelli, Guido. Review: “Marina Kappos at Marabini,” Flash Art (April 2001): 131 (Italy)
Williams, Eliza (Ed.) “Art Showcase,” Zoo (Issue 9, Spring 2001) (UK)
Fulcher, Dan and Max Andrews. “Previews: Marina Kappos,” CVA (Contemporary Visual Arts), Issue 32 (February 2001): 84
Genova, Arianna D. “Pop anni Cinquanta. humour, colori californiani, mosaici a 3D: I ritratti di Marina Kappos,” Marie Claire (February 2001) (Italy)
“Bologna: L’Attrazione Degli Oposti,” Gulliver (February 2001) (Italy)
E.M. “Marina Kappos, artista,” Elle (January 2001) (Italy)

“Flash Art News: Marina Kappos at Galleria Marabini,” Flash Art (October 2000)
“Artists in Residence: Creating the Eccentric Style of Creative L.A.,” Los Angeles Times Magazine, September 24, 2000: 31
“Marina Kappos: Copycat,” Searchforart.org (September 2000): section 4.0
Henry, Max. Review. Art in America (March 2000): 135
Robinson, Walter. “Weekend Update,” artnet.com/magazine, March 20, 2000
Gamero, Natalia. “Arte Emergente Internacional,” El Cultural in El Mundo, February 6-12, 2000: 44 (Spain)
E.A. “Paises Bajos, Primera Linea,” El Pais, February 12, 2000: 8 (Spain)
Staff. “Seccion: New Art from the States,” El Correo/Diario official de ARCO, February 9, 2000: 10 (Spain)


Meikle, Merry. “Disaster Imagery in Contemporary Painting,” NY Arts (June 1999): 29-30
Johnson, Ken. “Weekend,” New York Times, May 21, 1999
Flo, “Das hatten Ihre Bilder sein konnen: Was gestern auf der Kunstmess ‘art forum’ an andere verkauft wurde,” Berliner Seiten, October 2, 1999: BS4 (Germany)

Marina Kappos: Flora and Fauna. Text by Giovanni Intra. Los Angeles, USA: I-20 Gallery, 2002
Marina Kappos: Fade to Grey. Text by Jeff Nelson. New York, USA: I-20 Gallery, 1999
Dos Mil Anos Luz (2000 Light). Text by Angel de la Cruz, Canary Islands, Spain: Instituto Oscar Dominquez De Arte Contemporaneo (IODAC), 1999

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