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NAME: Jeffrey Gibson  
NATION: Mississippi Band of Choctaw  
DISCIPLINE: Sculpture  


Jeffrey Gibson is a painter and sculptor living in Jersey City, and working in both New York and New Jersey. He graduated from the Royal College of Art in London, England in 1998 with a Master of Arts degree. Before moving to New York, Mr. Gibson exhibited in group and solo shows in both London and Norway.

Since returning to the United States in 1999, Jeffrey has exhibited with the Bronx Museum of the Arts (NY), The Morris Museum (NJ), Samson Projects (MA), and was selected as the Alternate Fellow for the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian. His work has also been published in various books and magazines in England, Norway, and Spain.

Jeffrey's work will be featured in upcoming exhibitions at Aljira Center for Contemporary Art (NJ), Kean University (NJ), Jersey City Museum (NJ), The Jones Center for Contemporary Art (TX), and at the American Indian Community House (NYC).

Copyright 2004


1998 Royal College of Art, London, UK, Master of Arts
1995 The Art Institute of Chicago, Bachelor of Fine Arts
1992 Studied with sculptor Ernest Mirabal, Nambe, New Mexico

Group Exhibitions

2004 Jersey City Museum, NJ, Jersey (New)
curated by Dr. Rocio Aranda

The Jones Center for Contemporary Art, Austin, TX, New American Talent
curated by Jerry Saltz

Samson Projects, Boston, MA, Super Salon,
curated by Kmilo Alvarez

Kean University, The Space Between Words, part of Transcultural New Jersey
curated by Judith Page

Aljira, A Center for Contemporary Art, Timeless / Timeliness, Newark, NJ
curated by Dominique Nahas

2003 The Morris Museum, NJ, The Art of Collecting, curated by Laura Galvanek
2002 The Morris Museum, NJ, The New Jersey Arts Annual, selection by Willie Cole
2002 Dining Haul: Unpacked, curated by Alisoun Meehan, NY, NY
1999 The Brickhouse, London, The House That Jeff and Phil Built
1998 Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo, Norway, Hostutstillingen 98
1998 Candid Arts Trust, London, Graduate Launch Exhibition
1998 The Brickhouse, London, Show Me Something Beautiful
1998 Royal College of Art, London, Royal College Degree Show
1997 Royal College of Art Drawing Studio, London, Teenage Wallpaper
1997 Henry Moore Gallery, London, SWELL

Solo and Two Person Exhibitions

2005 American Indian Community House, NYC, Indigenous Anomaly
curated by Kathleen Ash-Milby (upcoming August 2005)
2004 Samson Projects, Boston, MA, The Urge That Binds
curated by Kmilo Alvarez
2001 The Bronx Museum of The Arts, NY, (re)positions
1998 G.U.N. Gallery, Oslo, Norway, Fever
1997 Hockney Gallery, London, Transitional Bodies