North Dorset, b.1966

Mike Jackson

Mike Jackson was born in 1966. He studied painting at West Dean College, West Sussex. He moved to Wales in 2006 to experiment with photography. Started an extensive study of a single remote beach - Poppit Sands, using a medium format Hasselblad film camera. The study lasted for eight years. This work earned three Hasselblad Masters Finalist places and The Chris Beetles Award in 2014

The luminogram work has been exhibited at PhotoLondon three times, at Paris Photo in 2017 and has been published as a book by 21st Editions. The work is in the collection of The National Gallery Of Art in Washington DC, and has been featured in numerous online and printed reviews and interviews.

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Biography

Mike Jackson was born in 1966. He studied painting at West Dean College, West Sussex. He moved to Wales in 2006 to experiment with photography. Started an extensive study of a single remote beach - Poppit Sands, using a medium format Hasselblad film camera. The study lasted for eight years. This work earned three Hasselblad Masters Finalist places and The Chris Beetles Award in 2014

The luminogram work has been exhibited at PhotoLondon three times, at Paris Photo in 2017 and has been published as a book by 21st Editions. The work is in the collection of The National Gallery Of Art in Washington DC, and has been featured in numerous online and printed reviews and interviews.

Artworks

14

Birdsong, Spring #24, 2019

Related Categories

21st Century Art / Abstraction / Art of the 2010s / Autobiographical Approach / British Art / Contemporary British Art / Contemporary European Art / European Art / Gelatin Silver Print / Geometric Abstraction / Inspired by Nature / Light and Darkness / Light/Lightings / Media Study / Monochrome Photography / Photography / Sensory Experience

Curriculum Vitae

Selected Exhibitions

  • 2019

    Birdsong, Foley Gallery, New York, NY (solo)

  • Photo London, MMX Gallery

  • Small Works, Foley Gallery, New York, NY

Grants/Awards

  • 2013

    The Chris Beetles Award, London

  • 2010

    Hasselblad Masters Award Finalist 'Poppit Sands'

  • 2009

    Hasselblad Masters Award Finalist 'Poppit Sands'

Collections

  • National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.

  • Collection of the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

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Curriculum Vitae

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Selected Exhibitions

  • 2019

    Birdsong, Foley Gallery, New York, NY (solo)

  • Photo London, MMX Gallery

  • Small Works, Foley Gallery, New York, NY

  • 2018

    Light + Metal, Photoeye Gallery, Santa Fe

  • Unbound 7, Candela Gallery, Richmond, VA

  • Photo London, MMX Gallery

  • Paper Negatives, Duncan Miller Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

  • AIPAD, New York (21st Editions)

  • ARLIS/NA, New York

  • Classic Photographs LA, KLOMPCHING Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

  • 2017

    Paris-Photo, Pars (21st Editions)

  • EAB Fair, New York (21st Editions)

  • Photo London, MMX Gallery

  • 2016

    The Self Representation of Light, MMX Gallery, London (solo)

  • 2015

    Oriel y Parc Tower, Pembrokeshire National Park Centre (solo)

  • Sous Les Etoiles Gallery, New York, NY

  • Monochrome, French Institute in Edinburgh

  • OPEN:2015, Photo Place Gallery, Vermont

  • 2013

    Beetles & Huxley Gallery, London (solo)

  • Beetles & Huxley Gallery, London

  • Chris Beetles Gallery, London

  • 2011

    Hasselblad Studio, London

  • Siren Studios, Los Angeles, CA

  • ShootNYC, New York, NY

  • Delight Studios, Berlin

  • 798 Art Space, Beijing

  • 2010

    Art At, Wales

  • 2009

    Taikog Place, Hong Kong

  • The DASK Gallery, Copenhagen

  • MILK Studio, New York, NY

  • Art At, Wales

Grants/Awards

  • 2013

    The Chris Beetles Award, London

  • 2010

    Hasselblad Masters Award Finalist 'Poppit Sands'

  • 2009

    Hasselblad Masters Award Finalist 'Poppit Sands'

  • 2008

    Hasselblad Masters Award Finalist 'Poppit Sands'

Collections

  • National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.

  • Collection of the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN