Jude Griebel

 

 

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EDUCATION

2014     Master of Fine Arts, Concordia University, Canada
2012     MFA International Exchange, University of Lapland, Finland
2003     Bachelor of Fine Arts, Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Canada

 

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2013    Grow Apart, FOFA Gallery, Montréal, Canada
2012    Grandmother, Galleria Kajo III, University of Lapland, Finland
2011    Apparitions: Works on Paper, Islensk Grafik, Reykjavik, Iceland
2011    Away Maker, Bau-Xi Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
2011    Afterworks, Populus Tremula Gallery, Akyreri, Iceland
2010    Afterworks: Pencil Studies, Sideshow Gallery, Edmonton, Canada
2009    Leaving through windows, Bau-Xi Gallery, Toronto, Canada
2009    Brand New Superstition, Cella Gallery, Los Angeles, USA
2008    The Maybe People, Bau-Xi Gallery, Toronto, Canada
2007    A Cast of Shadows: Works on Paper 2001-2007 (curated by Darrin Martens) The Burnaby Art Gallery, Canada
(Catalogue)
2006    The Place Inside the Wallpaper, Bau-Xi Gallery, Toronto, Canada
2006    Old dreams, recent works, Galerie L’Imagier, Gatineau, Canada
2006    Within these walls, Odd Gallery, Klondike Institute of Art and Culture, Dawson City, Canada
2006    Ways to Disappear, Bau-Xi Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
2005    Yukon Arts Centre Public Art Gallery, Whitehorse, Canada
2004    Down the Hole in the Floorboards, Engramme Gallery, Québec City, Canada
2004    Tarnished Fables, Malaspina Printmakers Society, Vancouver, Canada

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2013    Ultramoderne, Galerie Art Mur, Montréal, Canada
2012    Thoughts About Death (curated by Anna Ruth), Äkkigalleria, Jyväskylä, Finland
2012    La Vie Fantastique (curated by Shane Goldby), Art Gallery of Alberta TREX Program, touring 20 Alberta communities
between 2012-2014
2012    The Gaze of History: Portraits from the Collection, The Burnaby Art Gallery, Canada
2011     After Life (curated by Jack Anderson), The Art Gallery of Regina, Canada
2009    Art in Review, Cella Gallery, Los Angeles, USA
2009    Gallery 825, Los Angeles, USA
2008    Toronto International Art Fair, represented by Bau-Xi Galleries, Canada
2008    Shifting Figures (with Kitty Blandy), The Comox Valley Art Gallery, Canada
2008    Recent Paintings (with Kim Kimbro and Alison Dunn) Cella Gallery, Los Angeles, USA
2008    Westward Ha! Visual Wit and Fantasy in Western Canadian Art (curated by Nicholas Roukes and Rheinhard Skoracki)
Triangle Gallery for Visual Arts, Calgary, Canada
2008    Re-Identification, Centrum Beeldende Kunst, Utrecht, the Netherlands. Traveling to: Het Gebouw, Leidsche, Rijn,
World Art Delft, Rotterdam, Galerie Werfkade 16, Het Stadhuis, Groningen, Grafish Atelier Utrecht, CBKU Gallery,
Utrecht
2008    Red Dot Art Fair, represented by Bau-Xi Galleries, New York City, USA
2006    New Directions in Printmaking, The Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, Canada (Catalogue)
2005    Re-Identification, Celest Gallery University of Kanagawa, Japan. Traveling to: Gallery OM, Yokohama, University of
Kanagawa, St. Paul Gallery, Maebashi, J Trip Gallery, Tokyo, Japanese Paper Museum Inomachi, Kochi, Nagasaki
Peace Museum, Nagasaki, Japan
2004    Davidson Galleries, Seattle, USA
2003    International Print and Drawing Exhibition, Silom Galleria, Silpakorn University, Bangkok, Thailand
2003    Interior Play (with John Graham), The Nanaimo Art Gallery, Canada

 

SELECTED COLLECTIONS

Burnaby Art Gallery, Canada
Colart Contemporary Canadian Art Collection
Frans Masereel Centrum, Belgium
Gallery OM, Japan
Sakima Art Museum, Japan
Silvercorp Mining Canada
Yukon Arts Centre Public Art Gallery, Canada

 

SELECTED ARTICLES AND INTERVIEWS

Under Ted Harrison’s Wing, James Munson, The Yukon News, December 8, 2010
Jude Griebel: Brand New Superstition and Rimi Yang: Hidden Message, at Cella Gallery, Katherine E. Zoraster, THE Magazine for the Arts, Los Angeles, June 2009
Jude Griebel- In Review, Chris LePage, Canadian Art Magazine, Spring 2008
The Theatre of Identity, Catalogue Essay, Dr. Rory Wallace, The Burnaby Art Gallery, 2007
Setting the Stage for Jude Griebel, Catalogue Essay, Darrin Martens, The Burnaby Art Gallery, 2007
Art Explores Myths, Dreams, Leslie Dickson, Burnaby Now, October 20, 2007
Interview with Paul Tucker regarding Footsteps in the Macaulay House project, CBC Radio North, August 30, 2007
Drama and Introspection, Milena Katz, The Parkhurst Exchange Magazine, September 2007
Artist explores through the looking glass of everyday life, Nancy Lanthier, Queue Magazine, The Vancouver Sun, January 6, 2005