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  [Jason Simon]

Based in New York

Solo exhibitions (selection)
2012 “Two Essays on Banks and Festschrift for an Archive”, Callicoon Fine Arts, New York
1998 Pat Hearn Gallery, New York
1996 “Spirits”, Pat Hearn Gallery, New York
1994 “Album”, Pat Hearn Gallery, New York

Group exhibitions (selection)
2013 Ten Years of the One Minute Film Festival, MassMoCA; North Adams
2011 “if you lived here, you’d be home by now”, Hessel Museum of Art, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard, New York
2010 “Jason Simon/One Minute Film Festival”, Art Institute of Chicago
“The Nice Thing About Castillo/Corrales”, Castillo Corales Gallery, Paris
2009 “Everything Must Go”, Fort Worth Contemporary Arts Center
“Talk Show”, Institute of Contemporary Art, London
“E-flux video program”, The Building, Berlin
2008 “New Mourning”, MWNM gallery, New York
“Now Jump”, Seoul (curated by Castillo/Coralles Gallery)
2007 “50,000 Beds”, Real Artways & Artspace, The Aldrich Museum, Ridgefield
2005 Art Moving Gallery, New York
2004 Flexfest Video Festival, Forida (with “Paul Schrader’s Bag”)
“The Word Which Means Smuggling Across Borders, Incorporated for Interventionists”, Mass MOCA, North Adams
2003 Subtropics Video Festival, Bass Museum of Art, Miami
Joseloff Gallery, University of Hartford (collaborations with Mark Dion, curated by Zina Davis)
2002 “Siteations”, Snug Harbor Cultural Center, New York
2001 “Museum as Subjects”, National Museum of Osaka
Pat Hearn Gallery, New York
1999 “The Artist Collects”, Ramapo College, New Jersey
1998 “Parasite”, Clocktower gallery/ PS1, Drawing Center, New York (multiple collaborative exhibitions and projects as part of an artists group)
1997 “100 Photographs”, American Fine Art Co., New York
1996 “Kybernetes Encuentro de Video y Otras Corrientes Electronicas”, Bogota
1995 Pat Hearn Gallery, New York
1993 “Kontext Kunst”, Neue Gallerie, Graz
“Dan Graham video pavilion”, Whitney Museum, New York


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Jason Simon, Festschrift for an archive. Alien, 2012. Installation. Courtesy Callicoon Fine Arts, New York.