Jasmine Johnson

  • View large image Jasmine Johnson, Anna, Bold Tendencies, 2019, 60× 84 cm, Watercolour pencils on paper

    Anna, Bold Tendencies, 2019 Jasmine Johnson Courtesy Jasmine Johnson Watercolour pencils on paper, 60× 84 cm

Jasmine Johnson (b.1985, Brighton) lives in London. Studied MFA at Goldsmiths. Johnson works with video, drawing, objects and performance. She is a lecturer in Fine Art at Nottingham Trent University. Residencies include Rabbit Island, North America; alt.Barbican Programme, London; Hospitalfield, Arbroath; British Council Maker Library Residency, London; and Rupert, Vilnius. Select exhibitions include More Than Two: Omnibus, Barbican, London (2018); More than two: Episode 3, ALAMANAC, London (2018); This is Not This: Jasmine Johnson and Rachel Pimm, Devos Museum, Michigan (2018); Place des Arts, Montreal (2017); Upright, Jerwood, London (2016); Bloomberg New Contemporaries, ICA, London (2015); Third Party, ASI, Moscow (2015) and Graduate Screening, Chisenhale, London (2014). 

Last updated: 09.04.2020

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