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Jack Pierson

Jack Pierson


1960 Born in Plymouth, MA
1984 B.F.A. Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA


Jack Pierson's career as an artist has been closely covered by some of the most renown art critics. Jack Pierson's works tells a story of everyday life. His photographs, drawings, sign-lettering word pieces, and installations combine to tell a tale of isolation and longing. His works bring emotions to life; they are sensual in their appeal to each of the human senses. In Pierson's work there is an eroticism of desire, for which he seeks the perfect image.

In reviews of groups shows and solo exhibitions alike, Pierson's work is the subject of many writers critical analysis. Roberta Smith, New York Times, Eleanor Heartney, Art in America, Jerry Saktz, Flash Art, and Bruce Hainley, Art Forum represent some of the more noteworthy authors who have written about Jack Pierson and his work.

Pierson has had numerous solo exhibitions both nationally and internationally including Roger Björkholmen Galleri, Stockholm, Taché-Lévy Gallery, Brussels, and Photology, Milan. He has been included in group exhibitions such as A Way With Words: Selections from the Whitney Museum of American Art, Whitney Museum, NY, Collectors Collect Contemporary, The Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, and Art Lovers, Liverpool Biennial of Contemporary Art, Liverpool, England.

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Blue Horizon by Jack Pierson Clayton Belvedere by Jack Pierson Paul Likens Plaid by Jack Pierson

Blue Horizon

1997
screen print
30" x 30"
edition size: 15
$3,500 - $8,000

Clayton Belvedere

1997
screen print
30" x 30"
edition size: 15
$3,500 - $8,000

paul likens plaid

1997
screen print
30" x 30"
edition size: 15
$3,500 - $8,000