This exhibition debuts a new body of the Jansen’s sculptural works and feature an accompanying essay written by Lucas Soi.
Jeremy Jansen (b. 1979, Calgary, Canada) is an artist whose practice is primarily based in sculpture and photography. His body of work considers the deconstruction of the built urban environment. Jansen has been included in recent group exhibitions include The Kitchen (Soi Fischer, Toronto), History (Tomorrow, Toronto) and Like-Minded, (Plug In ICA, Winnipeg). His debut European solo show Dirty Negative (La Miroiterie, Paris, FR) featured an accompanying monograph by the same name published by Editions FP & CF. Jansen currently lives and works in Toronto, Canada.
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Monday, Friday, and Saturday: 12pm-4pm, and by appointment.
COOPER COLE acknowledges the generous exhibition support from Johnson Trading Gallery.
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