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Tuesday – Saturday  12 – 6 pm

Johanna Jackson

November 19 – December 2 2021

Johanna Jackson was born in Springfield, Massachusetts, in 1972. She received an MFA from San Francisco Art Institute in San Francisco, California.



Jackson’s recent solo and group exhibitions include "Pot" at Adams & Ollman in Portland, Oregon (2019); "NOW & THEN: Beautiful Losers, Alleged Gallery & the 90s Lower East Side" at The Hole in New York, New York (2018); "Dust" at Adams and Ollman in Portland, Oregon (2018); "Magic" at Roberts Gallery in Culver City, California (2018); "We Construct Marvels Between Monuments" at the Portland Art Museum Portland, Oregon (2018); "Opening a Can" at Et al. etc. in San Francisco, California (2018); "BowWow" at CANADA in New York, New York (2018); "The Middle Riddle" with Chris Johanson at The Journal Gallery in Brooklyn, New York (2017); "House of Escaping Forms" with Chris Johanson at Fleischer/Ollman in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (2016); "Perfect Day" at Roberts Projects in Culver City, California (2016); "The Secret Staircase" at Adams and Ollman in Portland, Oregon (2016); "Chris Johanson and Johanna Jackson" at Fleischer/Ollman in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (2015); "Marlborough Lights" at Marlborough Gallery in New York, New York (2015); and "The Big Fig" at the Portland Museum of Modern Art in Portland, Oregon (2015).



Johanna Jackson lives and works in Portland, Oregon and Los Angeles, California.