Jason Lazarus (born 1975) is a Chicago based artist, curator, writer, and educator who received his MFA in Photography from Columbia College Chicago in 2003. His work has been exhibited internationally and is in major collections including the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Bank of America LaSalle Photography Collection, and the Milwaukee Museum of Art among others. Major exhibitions include Black is, Black ain’t at the Renaissance Society, On the Scene at the Art Institute of Chicago, Not the Way You Remembered at the Queens Museum of Art, Image Search at PPOW Gallery in NYC, Michael Jackson Doesn’t Quit, Part 3 at the Future Gallery, Berlin, Self Portrait as an Artist at Kaune Sudendorf in Cologne, Germany, and Tiny Vices at Studio Bee in Tokyo, Japan. Jason recently became the Co-Director of Chicago Artist Writers, a new art criticism platform. Upcoming projects include a feature length 16mm film comprised entirely of animated GIFS called twohundredfiftysixcolors.
Posted on Tuesday, October 23, 2012.
UW Arboretum, 1993
Ballard v. Trinity Lacrosse, 2012
Red Leaves in the Mist
Afternoon Tea, Hay Country Women’s Association, 2010
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