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November 09, 2013

Jeremy Blake in Project Los Altos at SFMOMA


SFMOMA brings national and international artists to the Silicon Valley community of Los Altos in this unique multisite exhibition. Project Los Altos features Jeremy Blake's opulent Winchester trilogy (2002-2004), from the SFMOMA collection, inspired by the eccentric South Bay mansion built by Sarah Winchester.

Project Los Altos at SFMOMA

October 01, 2011

Jeremy Blake in ArtInfo

Nuit Blanche Brings To Light to New York
By Jason Edward Kaufman
October 1, 2011

The roster assembled by creative director Ken Farmer promises work by Dustin Yellin, Luke Dubois, Chakaia Booker, Daniel Canogar, Jeremy Blake, Richard Serra (films from the '60s and '70s) and dozens of others, as well as musical performances and a youth poetry slam from an ice-cream-like POEMobile – all within a few blocks.

September 19, 2011

Jeremy Blake at KINZ + TILLOU FINE ART


KINZ + TILLOU FINE ART is pleased to announce that the Streaming Museum will launch a global tour of its exhibition Revelation and Regeneration, including works by JEREMY BLAKE and YORGO ALEXOPOULOS, with a schedule of screenings at Big Screen Plaza, New York City.

October 31, 2010

THE ARTIST'S MUSEUM at MOCA featuring Alexandra Grant, Jeremy Blake and Kenny Scharf

The Artist's Museum showcases works by 146 artists who have helped shape the artistic dialogue in Los Angeles since the founding of MOCA over 30 years ago. Based on MOCA's world-renowned permanent collection, supplemented by key loans from local collectors and artists, this special presentation features over 250 works, including a number of new projects made especially for this occasion. Representing the diversity and uniqueness of the Los Angeles community, the exhibition highlights important works from legendary L.A. artists who remain vital and influential alongside those emerging from renowned local art schools, visionary artists associated with various street cultures and subcultures, and crossover artists connected to performance, music, and film.

March 04, 2010

Honor Fraser at Armory 2010, March 3-7

Honor Fraser Gallery is pleased to present a solo presentation of work by Jeremy Blake. Two years have passed since Blake's untimely death yet his work remains relevant, vibrant, challenging and fascinating. The gallery will show two videos by Blake including an early abstract film piece, still influential and politically pertinent, and one of Blake's last three narrative pieces. In addition to these works we will exhibit a Blake C-print. Together these works create a small retrospective and emphasize Blake's role as a pioneer in the relatively new field of digital media. The work of Jeremy Blake has influenced many artists, thematically and technically, and revisiting his work will attract a new set of viewers and remind those familiar with his work of the contemporaneity of this talented young artist whose career ended so abruptly.

Jeremy Blake's work is represented in 14 museum collections and is featured in two traveling museum shows. In March of last year the Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami presented a major installation of the five-part "Station to Station" series in their fantastic "Abstract Cinema" exhibition. All evidence that his art and his intent are viable, current, and commanding.