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Jeremy Blake | New York

Jeremy Blake Jeremy Blake


250 Vesey Street
New York, NY 10281

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About the work

Blake first garnered attention in the late 1990s with his large-scale, semi-abstract digital C-prints that rendered the appearance of being paintings and photographs. His visually dense images often incorporated both abstract and representational expressions through the language of Modernism and voices of Film Noir. Blake's aesthetically stylized works addressed a range of subjects from violence to glamour and decadence to metaphors of architectural spaces to profiles of cultural personifications. Blake dissolved the distinction between object and time-based art while combining abstraction and representation in fresh and exciting ways. 

Visitors Entrance, 2000
Chromogenic print

About Jeremy Blake

Jeremy Blake was an American digital artist and painter. His work included projected DVD installations, Type C prints, and collaborative film projects. Blake graduated from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago with a B.F.A. in 1993 and the California Institute of the Arts with an M.F.A. in 1995. His work was shown in three Whitney Biennials and is held in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Blake also created the painted abstract interlude sequences for Paul Thomas Anderson's fourth film Punch-Drunk Love, and contributed images and video for Beck's album Sea Change. Blake was also involved in creating and commissioning a soundtrack album called The Forty Million Dollar Beatnik with Neil Landstrumm and Mike Fellows in 2000 on Scandinavia Records and Pork Salad Press to accompany an L.A. drawings/script show by Blake of the same title.