Suzanne Jackson

Suzanne Jackson has had a distinguished career, exhibiting her work nationally and internationally, with several one person exhibitions including the Danville Museum of Art, Danville, VA; Phillip J. Hamilton Gallery, Savannah State University, Savannah, GA; Ferst Fine Arts Center, Richards and Westbrook Galleries in Atlanta; Parkersburg Art Center, West VA; Albany Museum of Art, Albany GA; Peninsula Fine Arts Center, Newport News, VA; Carnegie Art Museum, Oxnard, CA; Group exhibitions include Getty Foundation “Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945-1980”, “Now Dig This! Art and Black Los Angeles 1960-1980”, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA.; “Places of Validation, Art and Progression”, -Gallery 32 (CAAM) California African American Museum, Los Angeles; Getty Research Institute Oral History Interviews-2009, Pacific Standard Time: Art In L.A.-1945-1980,”Modern Art In Los Angeles, Gallery 32 and Its Circle”, Los Angeles, CA.; “Why Go Anywhere Else?” MONTENEGRO: Petovic Castle, Center of Contemporary Art, Podgonica; Modern Art Galley, Budva: Gallery Homena, Kotor: Gallery Josip Bepo Benkovic, Herceg-Novi: SERBIA: O3one gallery, Belgrade; Cvijeta Zuzonic Pavilion of the National Association of Artists, Belgrade; Museum of Contemporary Art, Novi Sad;
Lancaster Museum of Art, “Normal Editions Workshop Collaborative: Prints, 1976-2008”, Lancaster, PA. “30-Year Retrospective: Normal Editions Workshop”, University of Illinois, Normal, IL.; “International Biennale for Contemporary Art -2002”, Die Heft, Knappenberg – Huttenberg, Austria; California African American Museum, Los Angeles; York W. Bailey Museum; Laguna Beach Museum of Art; Studio Museum in Harlem; Oakland Museum; Santa Barbara Museum of Art; Joseph H. Hirshhorn Museum, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.; Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA.; and the Library for Performing Arts at Lincoln Center, New York. In 2003 she was recipient of the SECAC Outstanding Creative Achievement Award, and in 1982 and 1983, two Idyllwild Associates Fellowships for Etching/Bookmaking and Dance at the Idyllwild School of Music and the Arts. In 1981, Jackson was nominated for the first National Awards in Visual Arts.

Suzanne Jackson (b. Saint Louis, Missouri 1944, resides in Savannah, Georgia) received a B.A. in Art from San Francisco State (College) University in 1966 and a M.F.A. from Yale University, School of Drama, Design in 1990.

Information provided by the artist, 2010