Sienna DeGovia, Jamison Carter, Megan Cotts and Alexandra Wiesenfeld in ACLU benefit show at Historic Hudson Studios 5.19.17

Sweet Freedom
Saturday July 1st, 7pm
1106 N. Hudson Ave. 2nd Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90038
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Jamison Carter in two-person exhibition at Helzer Gallery in Portland Community College 4.5.17

REPEAT
Works by Jamison Carter
and Margaret Griffith
April 3‒May 5, 2017
Helzer Gallery
Portland Community College
Rock Creek Campus, Building 3, Room 102
17705 NW Springville Road
Portland, OR 97229
The Helzer Gallery Presents

The artists will be working with students on an installation in Building 5. Please join us there for a dedication on April 27 at 1:00 pm, followed by a reception and artists’ talk at the Helzer Gallery beginning at 1:30.

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Jamison Carter in ART PAPERS Art Auction 2.7.17

For its 18th year, the Annual ART PAPERS Art Auction returns to one of its earliest homes – the newly refurbished Ponce City Market. The 2017 Auction will take place in The Boiler Room, an amazing 20,000 square foot event space on the 2nd floor of Ponce City Market, the largest commercial redevelopment effort in the Southeast and arguably one of Atlanta’s coolest shopping, dining, and entertainment hubs.
The evening features works by 250 leading and emerging artists from around the world, offering ... (read more)

Jamison Carter in group exhibition at LAVC Art Gallery 10.4.16

We make our own time
art department faculty biennial exhibition
Opening reception Thursday October 6, 6-8p
Exhibition runs October 10, 2016 - Febuary 9, 2017
Time is both an abstract and the underlying structure governing modern civilization. It is the indefinite continued progress of existence and events that occur in apparently irreversible succession from the past through the present to the future. It is a measurement, it is currency, it is a standard.
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Jamison Carter on European Space Agency 9.16.16

Jamison Carter: 67P/C-G monoprint series
2015
Latex paint, hydrocal and dirt on Bristol
25 5/8 x 20 5/8 inches (65 x 52.5 cm) each, framed
These works were exhibited during Jamison Carter’s solo show, A Cold War, from 12 September to 24 October 2015 at Klowden Mann in Los Angeles, CA.
Jamison wrote: “As I was watching the information from the Rosetta mission begin to have a large presence in social media and the popular news outlets I became ... (read more)

Jamison Carter in group exhibition at William H Bothy in Highland Park 4.29.16

Trav'ler's Inn
Jamison Carter
Alika Cooper
Oona Gardner
Kiel Johnson
William Ransom
April 29–June 3, 2016
Opening reception Friday, April 29 (17:00—23:00)
Alika Cooper attended the California College of the Arts for her BFA and MFA. She has had recent solo exhibitions at Actual Size, Los Angeles and Night Gallery, Los Angeles, MULHERIN, Toronto, ON, and Tracy Williams, Ltd., New York. Her work has been in exhibitions at Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles, Robert Blumenthal Gallery, New York, LAXART, ... (read more)

Jamison Carter in group exhibition at Cypress College Art Gallery 1.28.16

Newton to Albers

Color Theory to Creative Practice

Cypress College Art Gallery February 4 – February 25, 2016
Artist’s Reception:
Thursday, February 4th from 6‐8pm

Artists: Todd Brainard, Gerard Brown, Jamison Carter, Freddy Chandra, Megan Geckler, Brendon Lott, Hagop Najarian, Marie Thibeault, Patrick Williams and Joel Woodard

Cypress College Art Gallery is pleased to present Newton to Albers: Color Theory to Creative Practice a group exhibition of contemporary art curated by Cypress College Art Gallery Director, Paul Paiement. The exhibit focuses on artist’... (read more)

Jamison Carter in group exhibition at California State University Los Angeles Fine Arts Gallery 1.5.16

The Language of Perpetual Conditions
Curated by Ching Ching Cheng and Brandon Hudson

January 16th- February 4th, 2016
Opening Reception: Saturday January 16th, 4-7pm

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Anise Stevens reviews Jamison Carter’s A Cold War in Artillery 11.4.15

Jamison Carter
Klowden Mann / Los Angeles
by Anise Stevens

“A Cold War,” Jamison Carter’s current solo exhibition, and his second with Klowden Mann, revisits dichotomous themes introduced in his 2013 solo exhibition with the gallery, in which he explored the tensions that exist between man’s pervasive desire for advancement and the limitations of space-time. The artist resumes his ongoing material exploration with the disparate forms that appeared in his previous show: brightly colored, precisely drawn lines juxtaposed against black, amorphous shapes executed ... (read more)

Bridget Gleeson reviews Jamison Carter’s A Cold War on Artsy Editorial 10.7.15

An LA Artist Taps into the 1980s to Visit the Subject of Death
In “A Cold War,” Jamison Carter’s new exhibition at Klowden Mann, there are numerous eye-catching works among the fluorescent-hued sunburst, Rorschach-like abstractions, and cement sculptures that seem to teeter on the edge of collapse. But it’s safe to say that Carter’s rainbow-striped coffin steals the show.

Titled O Superman (2015), the life-size coffin, hand-painted with bright stripes, references Laurie Anderson’s legendary 1981 song of the same name. ... (read more)

Jamison Carter, Rebecca Ripple and Alexandra Wiesenfeld in group exhibition at Descanso Gardens 9.10.15

When you hear the word “oasis,” what comes to mind? Bright blue water, ringed with palms, set in a sunbaked desert? The exhibit Oasis looks beyond these surface characteristics, and broadens the definition of oasis to a place of refuge, a way station for travelers, an island of life in the middle of a difficult and dangerous landscape.
In the exhibit, 22 artists use the theme of “oasis” as a point of departure, with artworks that not only fill the Gallery but also spill ... (read more)

Jamison Carter in Venice Biennale group exhibition with bardoLA 2.24.15

Exhibition
Dates:
May 9 – November 22, 2015
VIP and Press Preview: May 6 – May 8, 2015
Exhibition Venue: Magazzino del Sale No.3 Dorsoduro 264, Venezia,Italy
Presented Artists:
Brandy Eve Allen          Ben Jackel
Tanya Batura                 Mark Licari
Jamison Carter             Rebecca Niederlander
Carolyn Castaño           Stas Orlovski
Robbie Conal                Natass Prosenc Stearns
Kenturah Davis            Tony de los Reyes
Amir H. Fallah              Frank Ryan
Alexandra Grant           Shizu Saldamando
Margaret Griffith         Carole Silverstein
Sherin Guirguis            Alexis Zoto
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Jamison Carter at Outpost Projects 1.6.15

Primo Lane at Outpost Projects
Jan 3-Mar 23, 2015

 

 

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Jamison Carter on KCET Artbound 9.30.14

Most of the time when you set out for an afternoon or evening of art viewing, or, say a neighborhood art walk of some kind, no one is going to end up asking you to show ID. And while the same cannot be said for the impressive contemporary art program at LAX Airport, it's definitely worth making a special trip through the terminals even if you aren't flying anywhere. Thanks to the ingenuity of the entity called Los Angeles World Airports, and in partnership ... (read more)

Jamison Carter in group exhibition at Fuller Theological Seminary 3.9.14

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Artist Talk with Jamison Carter for White Light from Dark Matter 2.12.14

DEB KLOWDEN MANN: Hello everyone, great to have everyone here for Jamison Carter’s White Light from Dark Matter. We love the show and I’m very much looking forward to talking about it with Jamison and all of you. We’re going to do a question and answer format. I will start off asking questions, but I also know that Jamison and I have talked about this work a lot, so I have a feeling your questions will be considerably more interesting for ... (read more)

Ellen Caldwell reviews Jamison Carter’s White Light from Dark Matter 11.19.13

Jamison Carter’s solo show at Klowden Mann is explosive, inviting, and bright.  Neon bright.  White Light from Dark Matter is Carter’s first solo show at Klowden Mann and it features a variety of two- and three-dimensional works that interact and play off one another seamlessly throughout the gallery’s new Culver City location.
At an artist talk and conversation between gallerist Deb Klowden Mann and Carter, Carter explained that a phrase from a song “shards of light” had stuck with him and ... (read more)