Jessica Snow
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Solo Exhibitions:

2017
Let it Flow, a VR exhibition at Les Bains des Docks, Le Havre (curated by IdeelArt): link
2015
Refraction in the Line of Sight, Galleri Urbane, Dallas
2013
In Living Color, Galleri Urbane, Dallas 
2010
Multiple Plot Points, Jen Bekman Gallery,  NYC
Paintings for the Corner of the Eye, Caffe Museo, SFMOMA 
2008
Incident in the Territory of Invention, Merge Gallery,  NYC
2007
Hi Jinx, Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco
2005  
Stratagems for Living, Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco
2004
Orbits of Paradox, Riverside Art Museum, Riverside, CA 
2003
The Optimist’s Conundrum, Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco
2001
Definition Proof, Post, Los Angeles
1999
Eccentricity of the Middle Ground, Four Walls, San Francisco
1998
Recent Paintings, SFMOMA Artist’s Gallery, San Francisco
1997
Fragile Boundaries, Susan Cummins Gallery, Mill Valley

Selected Group Exhibitions:

2017
Black Box, Boecker Contemporary, Heidelberg
Personals, Skowhegan New Work Project Space, NYC
A Call to Action, Kustera Projects Red Hook, Brooklyn
With Liberty and Justice for Some, Walter Maciel Gallery, Los Angeles
Sanctuary City, San Francisco Art Commission Galleries (curated by Monica Lundy)
Carry On: the Art+Architecture Faculty Triennial, Thacher Gallery, University of San Francisco (curated by USF Museum Studies graduate students)
The Morning After, The Great Highway Gallery, San Francisco (curated by Leo Bersamina)

2016
Hydrography lll, LaKaserna Artspace, Bad Nieuweschans, Netherlands (curated by Henriëtte van't Hoog and Iemke van Dijk)
Fiction (With Only Daylight Between Us) v.2, Corridor Projects, Dayton, Ohio, traveling to Boecker Contemporary, Heidelberg, Germany and Angelika Studios, High Wycombe, UK  (curated by Jeffrey Cortland Jones)
The Great California Art Movement: UC Davis Fine Art Alumni Exhibition 1960-1990, John Natsoulas Gallery, Davis, CA

2015
Colour & Line Are Not Lies, Modern Art Projects, Blue Mountains and Raygun Lab, Toowoomba, Australia  (curated by Tarn McLean and Kyle Jenkins, traveling show)
Formeel 2015: Waterverven, Waterland Museum, Purmerend, Netherlands (curated by Piet Knook)
New Abstraction, Traywick Contemporary, Berkeley
Paperazzi 4: Janet Kurnatowski Gallery, NYC

2014  
Object, Object!!,  Helmuth Projects, San Diego (curated by John Oliver Lewis and Jessica McCambly) 
Galleri Urbane Presents S.U.M., Salon Urbane at the Thunderbird, Marfa (curated by Adrian Zuniga)
Steamed, Art+Science: Faculty Triennial, Thacher Gallery, University of San Francisco (curated by Joyce Grimm)
Paperazzi 3: Janet Kurnatowski Gallery, NYC

2013
Light Space Projects/Rituals of Exhibition, H Gallery, Chiang Mai (curated by Giles Ryder)  
Color Theory: The Use of Color in Contemporary Art,  Sonoma Valley Museum of Art (curated by Katrina Traywick)
Dripping Color Amazement, oqbo galerie, Berlin (curated by Brent Hallard)
Uncharted, Marina Cain Gallery, SF
What's the Point?, Jen Bekman Gallery, NYC (curated by Jeffrey Teuton)

2011 
Gifting Abstraction, Soho20 Chelsea Gallery (curated by Mariangeles Soto-Diaz)
Chroma: About Color, Marina Cain Gallery, SF

2010 
Touch, Paris Concret (curated by Brent Hallard)
Informal Relations, Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art (curated by Scott Grow)

2009
Mixtape, Jen Bekman Projects, NYC
Fate and Freewill, Contemporary Art Space, Riverside, CA (curated by David Leapman) 

2007 
Colectiva de las Artistas, Galeria Isidro Miranda, Buenos Aires
Art in Embassies, U.S. Embassy, Montevideo, Uruguay 
Tree, Linda Hodges Gallery, Seattle, WA

2005 
Neo-Mod: New Northern Californian Abstraction, Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA and the Monterey Art Museum, Monterey, CA (curated by Diana Daniels)
The Anniversary Show, Rena Bransten Gallery, SF

2004 
The World Becomes a Private World: Selections
from the Collection of Penny Cooper and Rena Rosenwasser
, Mills College Art Museum, Oakland
Architectonics, Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco
Observations, Carl Berg Gallery, Los Angeles

2002 
New Painting and Sculpture, Traywick Gallery, Berkeley
Abstraction, Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco

2001 
Space Oddity, Joseph Nease Gallery, Kansas City
Climax, jennjoy gallery, SF
Poor Walls, Quotidian Gallery, SF 
Pierogi Flat Files, H&R Block Artspace, Kansas City Art Institute

2000 
Paper Cuts, Rena Bransten Gallery, SF
Works on Paper, Post, Los Angeles
Artcouncil Award Show, Jernigan Wicker Fine Arts, SF
Multiple Sensations:The Pierogi 2000 Flatfiles, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, SF
Haulin’Ass: Pierogi in L.A., Post, Los Angeles
Yellow: The First Color, Bedford Gallery, Walnut Creek, CA

1999 
No Image at New Image, New Image Art, West Hollywood
Scopic: Magnify the Times, San Jose Inst. of Contemporary Art (curated by Julie Deamer) 
Nothing But Time, Southern Exposure, SF (curated by David Ross)
A Skowhegan Decade, David Beitzel Gallery, New York
Post-Postcard, Four Walls, San Francisco

1997 
Seduced by Surface: 8 Bay Area Painters, University Art Gallery, UC San Diego (curated by Daniel Foster)  
Three Artists, Natalie and James Thompson Art Gallery, San Jose
State University 
Fire and Light, Susan Cummins Gallery, Mill Valley

1996 
Master of Fine Arts Exhibition, Mills College Art Museum, Oakland
10th Annual National Exhibition, Berkeley Art Center
Emerging Bay Area Artists, Mace Space for Art, San Francisco 

Awards: 
2007
American Artists Abroad Program, Montevideo, Uruguay. Participation with the U.S. Embassy in workshops, lectures, and exhibitions.
2002
SECA Nomination, San Francisco Musuem of Modern Art
2000 
Artadia Award in the Visual Arts Grant
1995
Edwin and Adalaine Cadogan Fellowship Award
1996
Juror’s Award, Berkeley Art Center’s 10th Annual National Exhibition
1994
First Place Award, San Jose Art League’s 2-D
Contemporary

Bibliography: 

Baker, Kenneth, “Artists Embrace Sleight of Hand”, SF
Chronicle, 5/28/05

Baker, K., “Journey Through the MiddleWay”, SF Chronicle, 6/26/99

Bamberger, Alan, “Opening at Rena Bransten Gallery”,
Artbusiness.com, 5/24/07, and 5/12/05 

Bonetti, David, “Gallery Watch”, SF Examiner, 6/30/99

Bogert, Rachael, “Cultural Bridge”, UCDavis Magazine,
Spring 2008, p.37
Bowie Style, "Print and Pattern: Geometric", Laurence King Press, London, 2015

Cain, Marcus, “A is for Abstract”, REVIEW, Vol. 3,
Kansas City, July 2001

Callaway, Bob “Jessica Snow at Rena Bransten” Artfever. Blogspot.com 6/9/07

Camplin, Todd “Jessica Snow+ Donald Martini at Galleri Urbane”, Modern Dallas, 10/13
Crump, Anne, “Ordered Abstraction”, SF Examiner, 7/13/01 

Daniels, Diana, “Neo-Mod”, Catalog prepared by the Crocker Art Musuem in conjunction with the exhibition, 2005
Grattan, Nikki and Klea McKenna, “In the Make: Studio Visits
with West Coast Artists”,  In the Make,  8/15/2012

Green, Tyler, “Jessica Snow at Rena Bransten”, Modern Art Notes, Artsjournal.com, 6/14/05

Golonu, Berin, “Scopic: Magnify the Times”, Artweek,
Feb. 2000, p. 17

Hackman, Kate, “Ground Control to Major Art”, Kansas City Star, 6/22/01

Hallard, Brent, “Mutinies and Other Strategies", brenthallard.wordpress.com, 2010

Harvard Business Review Magazine, profile in Artist’s Spotlight, 
7/01/13 

Janku, Laura Richard, “ Abstraction at Rena Bransten Gallery”,
Artweek, Feb. 2003

Landauer, Susan "The Great California Art Movement, UC Davis Fine Art Alumni Exhibition: 1960-1990", John Natsoulas Press, 2016

Markopoulos, Leigh. Interview with the KQED Gallery
Crawl Video Stream. June 2007. Also available as a video podcast at the itunes store
 
Martin, Stacy, “Hi Jinx” SF Bay Guardian, 6/26/07

Sutton, Benjamin, “Molding Mutant Colors Into More and Less Subtle Art” www.thelmagazine.com, 2010

Zevitas, Steven, ed. “ New American Painting vol. 25”, Open Studios Press, Boston

Zevitas, S.,ed. “New American Paintings vol. 61”, Open Studios Press, Boston Including essay “Out There”, by Connie Butler.

Teaching Experience:

Summer 2017: Qingdao University, China

2009-2018 Adjunct Faculty, University of San Francisco 

2008-2011 City College of San Francisco Cont. Ed. Program

 Education
1996
M.F.A., Mills College, Oakland, CA
1992
Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture

1988
Universite de la Nouvelle-Sorbonne III, Paris, France
1987
B.A. in Art Studio, University of California, Davis, CA