JENNA GRIBBON

December 4 – 19 2020

Jenna Gribbon was born in 1978 in Knoxville, Tennessee. She received her MFA from Hunter College, New York.



Her work has been shown in both solo and group exhibitions, including, “Folie à Deux” curated by Piotr Uklanski at Massimo De Carlo VSpace in London, United Kingdom (2020); “Regarding Me Regarding You” at GNYP Gallery in Berlin, Germany (2020); “Jenna Gribbon” at Howard’s Gallery in Athens, Georgia (2020); “When I Looked at You the Light Changed” at Fredericks & Freiser in New York, NY (2019); “Intimate Companions” at Mary Heaton Vorse House in Provincetown, Massachusetts (2020); “REFLECTIONS: OPEN ENDED” at Gana Art Hannam in Seoul, Korea (2020); “I Want to Feel Alive Again” at Lyles & King in New York, New York (2020); “Sit Still” curated by Deborah Brown and Patty Horing, at Anna Zorina Gallery in New York, New York (2020); “Solitude” at 56 Henry Gallery in New York, New York (2020); “If On a Winters Night a Traveler” at Mamoth in London, United Kingdom (2020); “To Paint is to Love Again” at Nino Mier Gallery in Los Angeles, California (2020); “Nostos” at Matthew Brown Gallery in Los Angeles, California (2019); “Meet me in the Bathroom: The Art Show” curated by Hala Matar and Lizzy Goodman at The Hole in New York, New York (2019); “Untitled Group Exhibition” curated by Donald Ryan at Galerie Perrotin in New York, New York (2019); “They Catch Feelings, I Catch Bodies” at Sim Smith Gallery in London, United Kingdom (2019); “Paint, Also Known as Blood: Women, Affect, and Design in Contemporary Painting” at the Warsaw Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, Poland (2019); and “Damn! The Defiant” curated by Damon Brandt and Andrew Freiser at Fredericks & Freiser in New York, New York (2019).



Upcoming exhibitions include a solo exhibition at Fredericks & Freiser in New York, New York (2021); “Jenna Gribbon and Agnes Varda” at Sim Smith in London, United Kingdom (2021); “FRAUENKÖRPER Der Blick auf das Weibliche von Albrecht Dürer bis Marina Abramović (Female Body: The view of the feminine from Albrecht Dürer to Marina Abramović) at the Kurpfälzisches Museum Heidelberg in Heidelberg, Germany (2021).



Jenna Gribbon lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.