+ About


 
 

Jeremy Jacob is an American artist known for his work exploring the nature of desire. He currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. 

 
 


 
 

EDUCATION

 

Parsons The New School For Design. New York, New York. BFA. 2008.

Savannah College of Art & Design. Savannah, Georgia. Animation.

 

EXHIBITION & PERFORMANCE HISTORY

 

2017

 

The First 100 Days. (January 16 – February 24, 2017). Gibney Dance Center. New York, New York.

 

Gut Feelings. (Jan 28 - May 7, 2017). Zuckerman Museum of Art. Curated by Sarah Lynn Higgins. Kennesaw, Georgia.

 

2016

 

Winter: My Secret. Cindy Rucker Gallery. Curated by Brad Silk. Jenn Dierdorf, Brad Parsons, Jeremy Jacob. New York, New York.
 

 

2015

 

Titanic: A Deep Emotion. Performance. Actor in Claudia Bitran’s Feature Film Re-make of James Cameron’s Titanic.

 

Art Speak. Moderator. Discussion for Unapproachable America: Imagining the New World. Standard Toykraft. Brooklyn, New York.  

 

Unapproachable America: Imagining the New World. Curation. Claudia Bitran, Billy Jacobs, Matt Ramirez. Projekt 722. Brooklyn, New York. 

 

American Fantasy Showroom. Solo Exhibition. Installation. Haus Room. Brooklyn, New York.

 

Sun Screening. Group Video Showcase. Curated by Claudia Bitran. Videology. Brooklyn, New York. 

 

New Work. The Billy Jacobs + Jeremy Jacob. Projekt 722. Brooklyn, New York. 

 

Art Speak. Lecture. Curated by Melanie Patterson. Standard Toykraft. Brooklyn, New York.

 

 

2014

 

Tender Is The Night; or, The Romance Library. Solo Exhibition. Little Zelda. Brooklyn, New York.

 

 

2013

 

Maybe You'll Find What Haunts You. Performance. Montserrat College of Art. Beverly, Massachusetts.

 

Before The Flood; or, The Divining Rod. Performance. Schema Projects. Brooklyn, New York.

 

In-House. Group Exhibition. Projekt 722. Brooklyn, New York.

 

Mountain Lost; or, The Procession. Performance. Innisfree. Boulder, Colorado.

 

Periodic. Curator, Creative Director, Publisher, Contributor. Seven Issue/Month Publication Featuring Six Contributing Artists Per Issue: Certificate of Death, Flood Report, Data Collection, Back Burn, The Uncanny, Feast, Advent. Brooklyn, New York & Various National Distributors.

 

2010

 

Re:Context. Group Exhibition. Cindy Rucker Gallery. Curated by Brad Silk. New York, New York.

 

 

AWARDS, PRESS, & PUBLICATIONS

Hunger Games: "Gut Feelings" at The Zuckerman Museum. Review. Burnaway. Logan Lockner. 2017.

 

PAOM Endowment Recipient. For production of clothing/costumes for State of Desire. Print All Over Me (PAOM). New York, New York. 2016.

 

Steadfast Magazine. Featured Artist and Publication of Interview: A Romance. December 2015 Issue: Neo-Romanticism. New York, New York & Online. 2015.

 

Bushwick Daily. Bushwick Open Studios 2015 Guide: East Williamsburg [Unapproachable AmericaTop 10 Selection]. Online. 06.01.2015.

 

New Work. Exhibition Catalog. 2015. Brooklyn, New York & Online.

 

Periodic. Roots + Limbs Press. Producer, Artistic Director, Writer, Curator, Printer/Bookbinder. Seven Issue/Month Publication Featuring Six Contributing Artists Per Issue: Certificate of Death, Flood Report, Data Collection, Back Burn, The Uncanny, Feast, Advent. Brooklyn, New York & Various National Distributors. 2013.

 

Ruins by Jeremy Jaco. Refracting Thoreau’s Walden; or, My Life In The Woods. Roots + Limbs Press. Re-Writer, Producer, Printer/Bookbinder. Brooklyn, New York with Various National Distributors. 2012.

 

Namesake by Ariella Ruth. Roots + Limbs Press. Producer, Artistic Director, Printer/Bookbinder. Brooklyn, New York with Various National Distributors. 2012.

 

Mountain Lost. A Series of Folded Collections of Poetry: Emanate (Held in White Light), Deliquesce, Sparing & Vocalizations. Flood Report. For Otto. In collaboration with Ariella Ruth. Producer, Artistic Director, Printer/Bookbinder. Brooklyn, New York with Various National Distributors. 2012.

 

Still Life: Document Cancer Survivorship. Production Assistant, Digital Photography Teacher. Robin Glazer, Karen Furth, and Geraldine Herbert. Umbrage Editions. 2007.