Matthew Day Jackson, ‘Lean-to’, 2007, Blanton Museum of Art

Gift of Jeanne and Michael Klein, 2007

About Matthew Day Jackson

Matthew Day Jackson creates all-encompassing works in a wide range of media that make connections between seemingly disparate themes and narratives, from Impressionist painting to the surface of the moon; art history to rap music; nuclear testing to paranormal activity. Jackson’s work also addresses his theory of the "Horriful,” the belief that everything one does has the potential to evoke both beauty and horror at the same time. In Jackson’s mixed-media sculptures, installations and assemblages, history does not follow a linear progression, but exists in and alongside the present.

American, b. 1974, Panorama City, California, based in Brooklyn, New York

Solo Shows on Artsy

Core and Strip, GRIMM, Amsterdam

Group Shows on Artsy

Human Condition, John Wolf Art Advisory & Brokerage, Los Angeles
Painting as a Radical Form, Collezione Maramotti, Reggio Emilia