Biography

Born in 1976 Denver, Colorado

Lives and works in Brooklyn, New York

http://www.pauljacobsen.info/

Solo Exhibitions

2017

Mourning Flags, tANJA gRUNERT, New York, NY

 

2016

Spirit Orbs, tANJA gRUNERT, New York, NY

 

2014                      

Lean-To, Klemens Gasser & Tanja Grunert, New York

 

2013                      

Orgone, David B Smith Gallery, Denver, Colorado

Village, Galerie VON & VON, Nuremburg, Germany 

 

2011                      

Cabin, Sunny’s Bar Back Room, Brooklyn, New York

 Mouthpiece, Klemens Gasser & Tanja Grunert, New York

 

2010                      

Paul Jacobsen: Paintings and Drawings, Klemens Gasser & Tanja Grunert, New York

 

Selected Group Exhibitions

 

2013                      

Monsalvat, Bureau, LES, New York

 

2012                      

Together Again, Radiator Gallery, Long Island City, New York

 

2011                      

Homebody, Still House, Brooklyn, New York

 

2010                      

One Acre Plot, Majestic Farm, Mountain Dale, New York

 

2009                      

Imaginary Home, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Colorado

 

2008                      

Badlands, MASS MoCA

 

2006                      

A Tribute to Paul Cezanne, Yvon Lambert, New York

 

2005                      

Hedonistic Imperative, Jack the Pelican Presents, New York

 

2002                      

Crumbs, Curator David Adamo, 450 Broadway Gallery, New York

 

2000                      

Aspen Art Museum, Biennial, Aspen, Colorado

 

Publications

 

Denis Markonish, Badlands: New Horizons in Landscape, Cambridge: MIT Press, 2008

Paul Jacobsen: Orgone, Denver: David B Smith Gallery, 2013

Village, Nuremburg: Galerie VON & VON, 2013

 

Press

 

Wilder Quarterly, “Opening Ceremony New News: Inside Paul Jacobsen‘s Brooklyn Cabin”, 8/22/2012

Denver Post, “Denver‘s David B Smith Gallery seizes the moment”, Ray Mark Rinaldi, 08/19/2012

Artlog, “Paul Jacobsen Pursuing a Utopian Apocalypse”, Grace Yvette Gemmell, 2011

Huffington Post, “Jacobsen‘s Counter and Culture”, Alexander Adler, 2011

Artinfo, Margery Gordon, December 5, 2008