Artist CV

Artist CV
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Jackson Shuri
b. 1986
EDUCATION & Qualifications
2011
Long Island University Bachelor of Fine Arts, in Art Education (Honors)
2007 Farmingdale State University Graphic design/Visual Communications
2005 Jericho High School

DIGITAL SKILLS
 Adobe Photoshop .

Adobe Illustrator .
Microsoft Word.
PowerPoint.

Photography.

STUDIO SKILLS
Painting.
Fabric Design.
Ceramics
Sculpture
Silkscreen
Graphic Design

WORK HISTORY
Jackson Shuri Multi-media 2011-present (Visual artist)
Curating
Private Lessons
Various studio and Non Studio operations  


EXHIBITIONS
2017
Art Market
San Francisco 2017 Fort Mason Center, Festival Pavilion: 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123
Tribal and Textile Art Show San Francisco Fort Mason Center, Festival Pavilion: 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123
First Thursdays Art Walk, Laguna Beach, California February and March.
Startup Art Fair,
at the Hotel Del Sol San Francisco California
San Francisco Decorator Showcase
Glen Park Festival, San Francisco California
Taking over Wynwood Café, Wynwood Miami Summer
“FelaSpora”  Kroma Miami
“Eksperyans”  Collection of the artist 33 Lafayette Brooklyn, New York.
BedStuy Art walk Bed-Stuy Art Walk is a great opportunity to let the community get to know the art and artists in and around Bed-Stuy. One of the main goals of the Art Walk is to broaden the cultural, musical, artistic, and performing arts in Bed-Stuy and surrounding communities.

2016
Art Basel
Art Wynwood
Art Africa
Scope Miami Beach
BUKA N.Y.C “
Jamo: Tropical Accents” Brooklyn New York . Curated by Jackson Shuri
"Art in the Jamaican Community in Brooklyn,” Trelawney Place, Brooklyn New York. Curated by Jackson Shuri.
“Ascent:” Black Women’s Expressions.”  NOVA Southeastern University, Davie, FL Curated by Babacar M’Bow.
“AfroCool:” The Rise Of Black Atlantic Art in South Florida, Curated by Ludlow E Bailey
“Jazz In the Garden Music Festival and M.U.C.E As A Matter of Black,” Sun Life Stadium, Miami Gardens FL

2015
Art Basel
Art Africa and the Urban Experience
Park Avenue Armory
643 Park Avenue
 "Evocations" Dejavu Fashion and Fines Arts Gallery Upper East Side Manhattan, NY
 "Collection of the Artist" New Pabsco Lounge East Williamsburg NY
Freeze New York Art Fair May 14-17 Randall's Island   New York 10035
New York, NY 10035
“Spring Social Vibes “
Amarachi 189 Bridge St, Brooklyn, NY 11201

2014
Art Basel
 "Cognitive Extravaganza" Cinema Paradiso, Hollywood FL
 "Collection of the artist" Lauderhill Regional Chamber of Commerce, Ft.  Lauderdale FL
 “ Civil rights Movement: Peace, Power, and the Almighty Dollar,” The Old   Dillard Museum, Ft. Lauderdale FL
"African Heritage" Pembroke Pines City Hall, Pembroke Pines FL
The Armory Show
711 12th avenue New York

 

2013                  
Art Basel
"Fabric Projects"
 Multitudes Contemporary Art Gallery, Art Basel Miami FL.      
"Art Fusion" With N'namdi Contemporary Gallery Wynwood Miami FL
 "Blended Culture" Midtown Art Gallery, Ft. Lauderdale FL
 "Caribe Arts Fest" ft. Lauderdale FL
"African Heritage" Hannibal Square Heritage Center, Winter Park, Orlando FL
“Anancy Festival” Collection of the artist  Dear Books, Longwood, FL
 "Jumbey Spirits In Art" KROMA Gallery, Coconut Grove, FL   

2012                  
"Angaza Adinkra" Jackson Shuri Art Saloon and Studio, Westbury NY
“The Open Doors Show” Brooklyn Workshop Gallery,
Carroll Street Brooklyn New York
"10 squared, 100 Ways of Looking at the World" LeRoy Neiman Art Center, Harlem NY
"Collection of the artist" The New Amsterdam Music Association (NAMA) with Idea Factory, Harlem New York
" African Diaspora Festival,” Collection of the artist, Newark NJ

2009                  
"Are You Seeing Red?" BFA Thesis, Long Island University Greenvale NY
“Dirty Laundry”  Jackson’s Studio Westbury New York.


2005                 
“Alive, Passion and Imagination,” Jericho Public Library, Jericho NY  
Senior ProjectJericho High School
Jackson Shuri Open Studio at 48 Aintree road Westbury New York 11590
Westbury Public Library, Collection of the artist. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY
Lauderhill Regional Chamber Of Commerce:
“10th Annual International Business Trade Expo and Conference,”
Catalogue Cover, Vol. 10, p.8 October 24th 2013
Old Dillard Museum: “The Civil Rights Movement:
Peace, Power, and the Almighty Dollar,” 2014 black History Exhibition Catalogue,
February 2014, p. 6-7; 21

RESIDENCIES
2013 Artist In residence, Multitudes Contemporary Art Gallery Miami Florida
2015 Artist in residence at “Pabsco”   
523 Evergreen Ave; Brooklyn, New York 11221.
2017 Artist in residence at The Ansel Watersten House  Guardian of the legacy of the Late artist Antonio Sotomayor and his Wife Grace, San Francisco California Winter 2017
Artist in residence, Kingston 11 Cuisine OaklandCaliforniaMay