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Born 1976, Nottingham, UK

Lives and works in London

Worked collaboratively as Jackson Webb 2003 - 2010


2005 - 2006, MA Fine Art (Distinction), Chelsea College of Art and Design, London

1995 - 1998, BA Fine Art (2.1), Loughborough University, Leicestershire


2019, PADA, ASC Gallery, London

2018, (Single work, solo) swimmers, Cartel Gallery, London

2018, Materias Primas, PADA, Lisbon, Portugal

2018, Face To Face, Angus-Hughes, London

2017, Domain Of Sensible Knowledge, ASC Gallery, London

2017, (Solo) Face Is The Closest, Block 336, London

2016, Making The Nature Seen, Tannery Projects, London

2015, Delta, Five Years, London

2014, The Threshold: Liminal Abstracts, MPG, London

2014, Disclosure, Chart Gallery, London

2013, (Curated) Everything Wants to Run, Block 336, London


And the following as Jackson Webb:

2010, (The) Evidence, Supermarket Kulterhuset, Sergels Torg, Stockholm

2010, Fowle Hall Features IV, Fowle Hall, Kent

2009, Bad Moon Rising III (curated by Jessica Silverman Gallery), Boots Contemporary Art Space, St. Louis, MO, USA

2008, An Experiment In Collaboration, Jerwood Space, London

2008, SPACE Now, SPACE, London

2008, ARTFutures, Bloomberg Space, London

2008, Painting Plus, Viewpoint Gallery, Plymouth

2008, Ripe For Revisiting On A Daily Basis, 52 Meters, London

2008, ARScie, Blyth Gallery, London

2007, Bloomberg New Contemporaries, New Art Gallery Walsall; Rochelle School, London; Cornerhouse, Manchester

2007, Bridge Art Fair Project Space, Trafalgar Hotel, London

2007, (Curated) Dark Glasses, Standpoint Gallery, London

2007, Days of the Commune Flexi-Space, London

2007, (Solo) Soft Lighting, The Living Room Gallery, Manila, Philippines


2018, Collaborative studio residency, with writer Sarah Thacker, at PADA, Lisbon, Portugal

2017, Winter studio residency at Cove Park, Scotland




2017, ‘Mark Jackson’, Young Space

2016, ‘Mark Jackson’ FLOORR Magazine, Issue 4



2019, ‘Iridescents’, feature of works on paper in Ambit Magazine – Issue 235

2013, ‘Everything Wants to Run’, Block 336 Publishing, ISBN 978-0-9576228-1-4

2013, Review of ‘Everything Wants To Run’, South London Art Map

2013, Review of ‘Everything Wants To Run’, AQNB

2008, ‘An Experiment in Collaboration’, Beacon Press

2008, Review of ‘An Experiment in Collaboration’, BBC Radio 4, Saturday Review with David Aaronovitch, Michael Arditti and Malorie Blackman

2008, Review of ‘An Experiment In Collaboration’, A-N Magazine, October 2008

2007, ‘Bloomberg New Contemporaries’, Cornerhouse Press, ISBN 9780954084875


Collections and Awards

2011, Award for best new digital art work, East of Borneo

2008, Travel and production grant for ‘Bad Moon Rising III’, British Council Grants for Artists

2006, The Burger Collection, Zurich, Switzerland

2006, Research Preparation Masters Scheme Award, Arts and Humanities Research Council