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Almine Rech

Jameson Green

Jameson Green’s psychological parables are rendered in a visual language which is steeped in the grandeur of art history, inflected with comics and illustration, and filtered through a highly introspective lens. References of Goya and Picasso are also notable in many of Green's pieces. His works often bring in aspects dealing with social and political injustice, human struggle, freedom, and the eternal connection of life and death are often portrayed through crowded and narrative rich scenes.

Jameson Green (b.1992) lives and works in Bronx, NY. He has an MFA from CUNY Hunter College (2019) and a BFA from School of Visual Arts (2014). 

Selected artworks

  • Jameson Green,                                      It's the little things, 2022

    Jameson Green It's the little things, 2022

    Oil on linen
    121.9 x 152.4 x 2.9 cm
    48 x 60 x 1 1/4 in

  • Jameson Green,                                      Mothers Indoctrination, 2022

    Jameson Green Mothers Indoctrination, 2022

    Oil on linen
    152.4 x 121.9 cm
    60 x 48 in

  • Jameson Green,                                      Pressed and Stressed, 2022

    Jameson Green Pressed and Stressed, 2022

    Oil on linen
    152.5 x 127 cm
    60 x 50 in

  • Jameson Green,                                      Untitled (Kokoschka), 2022

    Jameson Green Untitled (Kokoschka), 2022

    Oil on linen
    152.4 x 127 cm
    60 x 50 in

  • Jameson Green,                                      The Artist, 2022

    Jameson Green The Artist, 2022

    Oil on linen
    198 x 178 cm
    78 x 70 in

Museum exhibitions

Selected press