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2017 Hallie Ford Fellow

Flint Jamison


"Block 2," 2011. Book, 144pp, edition of 250. Letterpress and offset printed on var. papers into a smyth sewn, case binding sitting in a pool of saltwater, 12 x 21 cm. Photo: Courtesy the artist and Air de Paris

Flint Jamison is a conceptual artist working with sculpture, digital media and video, publication, as well as performance.

Flint Jamison was born in Billings, Montana. Exhibitions of note include Cubitt, London; Artists Space, New York, New York; Air de Paris, Paris, France; Centre d’édition Contemporaine, Geneva, Switzerland; and castillo/corrales, Paris, France. He was included in the Liverpool Biennial 2014, United Kingdom, and the 2017 Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, New York. Jamison is the founding editor of the ongoing project Veneer Magazine. Jamison’s writing has been featured in Artforum and Frieze while reviews of his artwork have appeared in The New Yorker, Art in America, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, and Mouse Magazine amongst others. Jamison received a Master of Fine Arts from the San Francisco Art Institute, and a Bachelor of Arts from Trinity Western University, Vancouver, BC. He co-founded Yale Union, a contemporary art center in Portland, Oregon.



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