Jack Daws | Resume

Born 1970, Kentucky; lives and works in Seattle

ONE-PERSON EXHIBITIONS
2015-6
Jack Daws: Inconvient Truths, 2015 Betty Bowen Award Winner, Seattle, WA November 16 - March 6, 2016

2014
The House that Jack Built, Walden 3, Seattle, WA

2011
Sheppard Fine Arts Gallery, University of Nevada, Reno

2007
Nothing to Lose, Greg Kucera Gallery, Seattle WA (2005, 2003)

2003
Kentucky Windage, Greg Kucera Gallery, Seattle

2002
A Nice, Swift Kick in the Head, King County Art Gallery, Seattle
Bicycle Thief, Video installation, Commencement Art Gallery, Tacoma

GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2013
Mount, Haw Contemporary, Kansas City, MO

2011
The Magic Show, Bumbershoot, Seattle
The Gun & Knife Show, Centraltrak, University of Texas, Dallas
Chain Letter, Samson Projects, Boston MA

2010
Paper! Awesome!, Baer Ridgway Exhibitions, San Francisco, CA
Made in USA, Greg Kucera Gallery, Seattle

2009
I.D., Greg Kucera Gallery, Seattle
Dark Americana, Baer Ridgway Exhibitions, San Francisco CA
Northwest Biennial, Tacoma Art Museum

2008
Speaking Volumes: Transforming Hate, Holter Art Museum, Helena MT
Thermostat: Video and the Pacific Northwest, Seattle Art Museum
.meta, Linfield College Art Gallery, McMinnville OR
Multiplex, Western Bridge, Seattle
World Upside Down, Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queen’s Universtiy, Kingston, Ontario
2007

Thermostat: Video and the Pacific Northwest, Art Basel Miami Beach FL
Campfire, Motel 1, Bridge Motel, Seattle
Sparkle Then Fade, Tacoma Art Museum
Loyal Opposition: Art as a Vehicle for Protest and Dissent, San Marcos Art Gallery, Texas State University, San Marcos TX

2006
Building Tradition: Contemporary Northwest Art from Tacoma Art Museum,
Whatcom Museum of History & Art, Bellingham WA
World Upside Down, Walter Phillips Gallery, the Banff Centre, Alberta
Scope Hamptons, with Jack the Pelican Presents, New York

2005
Affair @ the Jupiter Hotel, Portland OR, with Greg Kucera Gallery
Fresh Trouble, 4246 SE Belmont, Portland OR
Ergonomicon, Consolidated Works, Seattle 2004
Northwest Biennial: Building Wise, Tacoma Art Museum

2003-04
International Abstraction: Making Painting Real, Seattle Art Museum

2003
The Best Coast, Portland, OR, curated by Jeff Jahn
International Abstraction: Making Painting Real, Seattle Art Museum

2002
Collaborators, SOIL, Seattle
States of the Union: Before and After, Greg Kucera Gallery, Seattle
Gun Show, SOIL, Seattle
Mustang Summer, SOIL, Seattle
NW Annual, Center on Contemporary Art, Seattle, juried by Linda Farris
LAVA 2002, Noodleworks Invitational, Seattle
First War of the New Millennium, SOIL, Seattle

2001
Pacific Northwest Annual, Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue, WA, juried by Sue Spaid, Curator, Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati
16th Annual Combined Talents: The Florida National, Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts, Tallahassee, juried by Odili Donald Odita.
NW Annual, Center on Contemporary Art, Seattle, juried by Michael Sweney, Director, Charles Cowles Gallery, New York

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
Hackett, Regina. "The pennies of Jack Daws," http://blog.seattlepi.nwsource.com/art/archives/115470.asp?source=rss
May 16, 2007

Hackett, Regina. "Daws is too edgy for the Stranger?" Seattle Post-Intelligencer, November 12, 2005

DeVuono, Frances. "101 Ways to Remove a President From Power at the Center on Contemporary Art," Artweek, October, 2004

Hackett, Regina. "Anti-Bush Artists Trumpet Their Political Views in a Trio of Shows," Seattle Post-Intelligencer, August 6, 2004

de la Paz, Diane. "Provocative Ideas Inspire Young Artist," Tacoma News Tribune, April 17, 2004

Kurtz, Katie J. "Conceptual Art and Quilting are for Pussies," Art Access, July/ August 2003

DeVuono, Frances. "Jack Daws: A Nice, Swift Kick in the Head at the King County Art Gallery," Artweek, February, 2003

"Rewind with Bill Radke," Interview with Luke Burbank, 94.9 FM, KUOW, Seattle, November 15, 2002

Esquivel, Karla. "Jack Daws" Delinquent Art," Tablet, 11/14 " 11/27, 2002

Brown, Elizabeth and Corrin, Lisa. "View from Seattle"The Mountain Is Out," Modern Painters, autumn 2002

Fahey, Anna. "First War of the New Millennium," Art Papers, Sept/Oct, 2002

Esquivel, Karla. "A pistol for your thoughts," Tablet, 09/19 " 10/02, 2002

Jahn, Jeff. "History, surprise and risks," NW Drizzle, July, 2002, www.nwdrizzle.com

Farr, Sheila. "CoCA reframes itself with new location, director and annual show," Seattle Times, June 14, 2002

Webb, Dan. "Jack Daws: Whatever Means Necessary," LAVA 2002 catalog with essay and reproductions, published by THREAD, 2002

Farr, Sheila. "In words that chill, in a haunted stare " the impact of Sept. 11," Seattle Times, May 10, 2002

Fahey, Anna. "Painting"s dead. We think." Seattle Weekly, November 22, 2001

Hackett, Regina. "Northwest pluck at the Bellevue Art Museum," Seattle Post-Intelligencer, October 23, 2001

"16th Annual Combined Talents: The Florida National 2001." Catalog with reproduction, Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts, Tallahassee

Hackett, Regina. "Warehouse is going out with artistic flare," Seattle Post-Intelligencer, May 25, 2001

AWARDS/GRANTS
2008 Artist Trust/Washington State Arts Commission Fellowship
2006 Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant

COLLECTIONS
Henry Art Gallery, Seattle
Seattle Art Museum
Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, WA
Western Bridge, Seattle