Matthew Day Jackson, Tree (after CDF), 2022, wood, acrylic paint, urethane plastic, fiberglass, stones, needlepoint, lead on panel, stainless steel frame, 80 1/2 × 61 1/4 × 2" © Matthew Day Jackson Matthew Day Jackson Photography by Kelly Halpin Details:b. 1974, Panorama City, CaliforniaConnect:@matthewdayjackson Read More Matthew Day Jackson is a painter, sculptor, draftsperson, and photographer based in Brooklyn, New York. Through his multifarious practice, which includes collage, drawing, video, performance, and installation, Jackson engages with a wide range of subjects, from the historical and scientific to the futuristic and fantastical.Utilizing notably American images and iconography associated with LIFE magazine, the Apollo 11 Moon landing, the West, the atomic bomb, and more, he examines how an inexorable pursuit of a false utopia throughout American history has shaped notions of national identity. Jackson brings his own experience and embodiment of the past and present to the fore of his practice. At the core of his work is a deep interest in finding similarities within binaries and dichotomies, particularly the simultaneity of beauty and horror.The research and experimentation central to Jackson’s process undermines mythologies of artistic genius connected to his signature style. Utilizing a variety of traditional, industrial, and found materials—including Formica, molten lead, and scorched wood—the artist synthesizes new meanings and interpretations. The artist’s materials are equally as significant as the conceptual underpinnings of his works, and Jackson often aims to upend viewers’ initial expectations and impressions. His layered, complex works invite questions of medium, materiality, and meaning that are answered through sustained consideration, analysis, and interrogation.Reflecting Jackson’s long-standing interest in art historical allusions and intersections between physical and digital modes of art making, his most recent works investigate the complexities and ambiguities of authorship. Drawing parallels between the political and social issues of the 19th century and those of the present day, Jackson focuses on memory as a core component of his practice. Using a semi-autonomous laser process which imbues colors and forms with an otherworldly feel, the artist mines the history of landscape painting, making connections to the conventions of landscape in science fiction, film, and literature, in which the strange and familiar converge.Matthew Day Jackson graduated from the University of Washington in Seattle in 1997 and earned an MFA from the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University in New Jersey in 2001. He was the recipient of the 2019 Jordan Schnitzer Award for Excellence in Printmaking, and he has participated in residencies at the Chinati Foundation in Marfa, Texas; the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art in Oregon; and the Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture in Maine. Important solo and group exhibitions of his work include New American Art, Studio des Acacias, Paris (2015); Matthew Day Jackson: Maa, Serlachius Museums, Mantta, Finland (2019); Matthew Day Jackson: New Landscape, Qiao Space, Shanghai, China (2018); Matthew Day Jackson: Waterfalls & Birds, Camille Obering Fine Art, Wilson, Wyoming (2021); and Light and Language, Lismore Castle Arts, Waterford, Ireland (2021). His work is held in numerous collections worldwide including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Rubell Museum, Miami; Blanton Museum of Art, Austin, Texas; and the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, among others. Read More Matthew Day Jackson, WHJ Waterfall, 2022, wood, oil paint, epoxy, acrylic paint, urethane plastic, lead, geode, stainless steel frame, 72 1/2 × 58 1/4 × 2" © Matthew Day Jackson Matthew Day Jackson, Rocky Mountain Falls (after Bierstadt), 2022, wood, oil paint, epoxy, acrylic paint, urethane plastic, lead, stainless steel frame 85 1/4× 58 1/4× 2" © Matthew Day Jackson Matthew Day Jackson, Ghost Bouquet VII [B71], 2022, formica, oil paint, acrylic, urethane plastic, fiberglass, lead on panel, stainless steel frame 80 1/4 × 61 1/4 × 2" © Matthew Day Jackson Journal View All Films Explore Artists New to Pace Oct 11, 2022 News Matthew Day Jackson Joins Pace Gallery Aug 16, 2022 One-Artist Exhibitions Group Exhibitions Public Collections Books and Catalogues Periodicals Close One-Artist Exhibitions Matthew Day Jackson One-Artist Exhibitions DatesBorn 1974, Panorama City, CaliforniaLives and works in Brooklyn, New YorkEducation1997, University of Washington, Seattle, BFA2001, Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, MFA2009, Frank Hawley s Drag Racing School, Gainesville, Florida, NHRA License2021Matthew Day Jackson: Waterfalls and Birds, Guesthouse, Wilson, Wyoming, July 8, 2021–January 23, 2022.2020Matthew Day Jackson. Flowers, Windows and Thistles, Hauser & Wirth Gallery, Zurich, Switzerland, September 12–December 18, 2020.Audubon in the Anthropocene: Works by Matthew Day Jackson, Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, March 21, 2020–November 29, 2020.2019Matthew Day Jackson: Pareidolia, Grimm Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands, October 10, 2019–November 16, 2019.Matthew Day Jackson: Maa, Serlachius Museums, Mantta, Finland, May 18–September 29, 2019.Matthew Day Jackson: Pathetic Fallacy, Hauser & Wirth Somerset, Bruton, United Kingdom, January 19–May 6, 2019.2018Matthew Day Jackson: Tables, Carpets & Dead Flowers, Hauser & Wirth, Zürich, Switzerland, November 17–December 21, 2018.Matthew Day Jackson. New Landscape, Qiao Space, Shanghai, China, November 7, 2018–January 21, 2019.Matthew Day Jackson: Still Life and the Reclining Nude, Hauser & Wirth, London, March 1–April 28, 2018.2017Matthew Day Jackson: Gunshot Plywood Bronze Works, Grimm Gallery, Amsterdam, September 9–October 13, 2017.2015Matthew Day Jackson: New American Art, Studio des Acacias, Paris, October 2015.Matthew Day Jackson: Core and Strip, Grimm Gallery, Amsterdam, April 11–May 30, 2015.Matthew Day Jackson: There Will Come Soft Rains, Savannah College of Art and Design Atlanta, Atlanta Georgia, February 16–June 5, 2015.2014Matthew Day Jackson: Family, Hauser & Wirth Zurich, Switzerland, August 30–November 8, 2014.2013Matthew Day Jackson: Something Ancient, Something New, Something Stolen, Something Blue, Hauser & Wirth, New York, September 6–October 19, 2013.Matthew Day Jackson: Total Accomplishment, ZKM Museum of Contemporary Art, Karlsruhe, Germany, May 18–November 10, 2013. (Catalogue)Matthew Day Jackson: Dial, Melody Smith Gallery, Perth, Australia, May 4–May 25, 2013.Hauser & Wirth Outdoor Sculpture: Matthew Day Jackson, Southwood Garden, St James’s Church, London, 2013.2012Matthew Day Jackson: In Search of…, Gemeentemuseum, The Hague, Netherlands, 2012.2011Matthew Day Jackson: In Search of…, Kunstmuseum Luzern, Lucerne, Switzerland, October 22, 2011–January 15, 2012.Matthew Day Jackson: Heel Gezellig, Grimm Gallery, Amsterdam, October 6–November 20, 2011.Matthew Day Jackson: Everything Leads to Another, Hauser & Wirth, London, May 20–July 30, 2011.Matthew Day Jackson: In Search of…, MAMbo, Bologna, Italy, January 27–May 1, 2011. (Catalogue)2010Matthew Day Jackson: In Search of…, Peter Blum Chelsea, New York, September 16–November 13, 2010. (Catalogue)Matthew Day Jackson: The Tomb, Peter Blum Soho, New York, September 16–November 13, 2010. (Catalogue)2009Matthew Day Jackson: Gezellig, Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, Miami, December 1, 2009–January 9, 2010.Matthew Day Jackson: The Immeasurable Distance, Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, October 17, 2009–January 17, 2010. (Catalogue)Matthew Day Jackson: Dynamic Maximum Tension, Grimm Fine Art, Amsterdam, October 10–November 21, 2009. (Catalogue)Matthew Day Jackson: High, Low, and In Between, Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin, Ireland, July 4–August 12, 2009.Matthew Day Jackson: The Immeasurable Distance, MIT List Visual Art Center, Cambridge, Massachusetts, May 8–July 12, 2009. (Catalogue)2008Matthew Day Jackson: Drawings from Tlön, Nicole Klagsbrun, New York, September 13–October 18, 2008.Matthew Day Jackson, Nicole Klagsbrun, New York, September 13–October 18, 2008.Matthew Day Jackson: Terranaut, Paintings and Sculpture, Peter Blum Gallery, New York, September 12–November 8, 2008.2007Matthew Day Jackson: Diptych, Mario Diacono at Ars Libri, Boston, Closed on May 30, 2007.Workspace: Matthew Day Jackson, Paradise Now! (The Salvage), The Blanton Museum of Art, Austin Texas, January 13–March 25, 2007.Matthew Day Jackson: The Lower 48, Perry Rubenstein Gallery, New York, 2007.2006Matthew Day Jackson: Paradise Now! (Limbo) featuring “Looking for Mother Nature”, Cubitt Artists Space, London, December 15, 2006–February 11, 2007.Matthew Day Jackson: Oracle (Days of Future Passed), Mario Diacono at Ars Libri, Boston, 2006.Matthew Day Jackson: Paradise Now!, Portland Institute of Contemporary Art, Portland, Oregon, 2006.2005Matthew Day Jackson, Perry Rubenstein Gallery, New York, 2005.2004Matthew Day Jackson: By No Means Necessary, The Locker Plant, Chinati Foundation, Marfa, Texas, 2004. Group Exhibitions Matthew Day Jackson Group Exhibitions 2022OKETA COLLECTION. Marriage: From Antiques to Contemporary Art, What Museum, Tokyo, April 28–July 3, 2022.2021Light and Language, Lismore Castle Arts, Waterford, Ireland, March 27–October 10, 2021. (Catalogue)Fragments of Sphere, Projectspace on the Inside, Amsterdam, January 31–August 1, 2021.Birds of the Northeast: Gulls to Great Auks, Fairfield University Art Museum, Fairfield, Connecticut, January 22–May 14, 2021. (Catalogue)2020Bon Voyage! Reisen in der Kunst der Gegenwart, Ludwig Forum für Internationale Kunst, Aachen, Germany, November 13, 2020–May 16, 2021.The World: From the OKETA COLLECTION, 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, Japan, October 24–November 23, 2020.Artists for New York, Hauser & Wirth, New York, October 6–October 22, 2020.2019Moon Shot, Moody Center for the Arts, Houston, Texas, September 20–December 21, 2019.2018Naked, Museum Kranenburgh, Bergen, Netherlands, October 14, 2018–February 3, 2019.Blessed Be. Mysticism, Spirituality and the Occult in Contemporary Art, Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson, Tucson, Texas, September 15–December 30, 2018.After Van Gogh, Van Goghhuis, Zunden, Netherlands, June 3, 2018–January 6, 2019.Bronze Age c. 3500 BC – AD 2018, Firstsite, Colchester, United Kingdom, March 17–October 28, 2018.Glass Palace, Drents Museum Assen, Assen, the Netherlands, 2018.2017The Coverly Set, Sargent’s Daughters, New York, May 24–June 30, 2017.Portable Art: A Project by Celia Forner, Hauser & Wirth, New York, April 20–June 17, 2017. (Catalogue)Dusk to Dusk, Vicki Myhren Gallery, University of Denver, Colorado, January 12–February 26, 2017.Open Air, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, West Bretton, United Kingdom, 2017.2016Le Retour des Ténèbres, Musée Rath, Geneva, Switzerland, December 2, 2016–March 19, 2017. (Catalogue)Clifford Owens: Hard & Fast, Invisible-Exports, New York, October 26–November 6, 2016.Human Condition, John Wolf Art Advisory & Brokerage, Los Angeles, October 1–November 30, 2016.Human Condition, The former Los Angeles Metropolitan Medical Center, Los Angeles, California, October 1–November 30, 2016.Dusk to Dusk, College of Wooster Art Museum, Wooster, Ohio, opened on September 29, 2016.Invocation/Remnant, Holiday Forever Gallery, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, August 5–September 2, 2016.Piston Head II, Venus over Los Angeles, July 30–September 10, 2016.Mount Analogue, Darrow Contemporary at Performance Ski, Aspen, Colorado, July 11–August 20, 2016.For Freedoms, Jack Shainman Gallery, New York, June 7–August 5, 2016.Naturally Obscure, Passerelle Centre d’art contemporain, Brest, France, June 4–August 27, 2016.TAHOE: Art of the Lake Tahoe Region, Oakland Museum of Art, Oakland, California, 2016.2015Excavating The Contemporary, Joods Historisch Museum, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, November 21, 2015–June 26, 2016.Salon d’Hiver, Hauser & Wirth, Zurich, Switzerland, November 21–February 26, 2015.Skelet: De armatuur van het lichaam in de hedendaagse beeldhouwkunst, Museum Beelden aan Zee, The Hague, The Netherlands, October 30, 2015–February 7, 2016.A Bird’s-eye View of the World, Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, Hiroshima, Japan, October 10–December 6, 2015.Industriale Immaginario, Collezione Maramotti, Reggio Emilia, Italy, October 4, 2015–April 24, 2016.TAHOE: Art of the Lake Tahoe Region, Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, Nevada, August 22, 2015–January 10, 2016.Heartbreak Hotel, Zuecca Project Space, Venice, Italy, May 6–September 15, 2015.Dusk to Dusk, Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, April 11–July 26, 2015.Face to Face. Füssli, Böcklin, Rondinone and Others, Kunstmuseum Luzern, Switzerland, February 28–November 22, 2015.Works from the Astrup Fearnley Collection, Astrup Fearnley Museet, Oslo, Norway, 2015.2014National Pride (and Prejudice), Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, November 15, 2014–April 12, 2015.Secret Passions. Private Flemish Collections, Lille 3000, Euralille, France, October 10, 2014–January 4, 2015.What Models Can Do, Museum für Gegenwartskunst Siegen, Siegen, Germany, June 29–October 12, 2014.Huidige zaken, Grimm Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Jun 7–Jul 12, 2014.Trieste, Grimm Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, February 1–March 15, 2014.2013American Beauty, Susan Inglett, New York, December 2, 2013–February 1, 2014.Happy Birthday Galerie Perrotin / 25 ans, Galerie Perrotin, Lille, France, October 11, 2013–January 12, 2014.Anatomische Les – Van Rembrandt tot Damien Hirst, Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, The Hague, Netherlands, September 28, 2013–January 5, 2014.A House of Leaves, David Roberts Art Foundation, London, September 21–November 10, 2013.Works on Paper, i8 Gallery, Reykjavik, Iceland, September 5–October 31, 2013.Trieste, Marianne Boesky, New York, March 2–March 30, 2013.Archetypes and Historicity: Painting and Other Radical Forms 1995 – 2007 by Mario Diacono, Collezione Maramotti, Reggio Emilia, Italy, 2013.2012Out of focus: Photography, Saatchi Gallery, London, September 27–November 4, 2012.Repeat to Fade, Mendes Wood, Sao Paolo, Brazil, September 3–October 20, 2012.Dusk to Dusk, Samek Art Museum, Lewsberg, Pennsylvania, August 20–November 19, 2012.Common Ground, Public Art Fund, New York, May 24, 2012–Nov 30, 2012.Zoo, Musée d’Art Contemporain, Quebec, Canada, May 24–September 3, 2012.“Science on the back end”: Artists selected by Matthew Day Jackson, Hauser & Wirth, New York, May 1–June 16, 2012.Trieste, Federica Schiavo Gallery, Rome, March 31–June 23, 2012.Paintings from the Rubell Family Collection, Fundacíon Banco Santander, Madrid, Spain, February 11–June 17, 2012.2011American Exuberance, Rubell Family Collection and Contemporary Arts Foundation, Miami, November 30, 2011– July 27, 2012. (Catalogue)No Object is an Island: New Dialogues with the Cranbrook Collection, Cranbrook Art Museum, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, November 11, 2011–March 25, 2012.The Return, The House of the Nobleman, London, October 2011.Autobody: Featuring North of South, West of East, Ballroom Marfa, Marfa, Texas, September 30, 2011–February 12, 2012.T.O.E Synergies en résonance, CAB Bastille Art Center, Grenoble, France, September 30–November 20, 2011.American Chambers: 20 American Contemporary Artists, Gyeongnam Art Museum, Gyeongnam, South Korea, September 8–November 27, 2011.The Collectors Show, Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, Netherlands, September 3, 2011–January 29, 2012.The World belongs to you, Francois Pinault Foundation, Palazzo Grassi, Venice, June 2, 2011–February 21, 2012.Sympathy for the Devil, Vanhaerents Art Collection, Brussels, Belgium, April 30, 2011–November 30, 2013.The Shape Were in (London), Zabludowicz Collection, London, March 10–June 12, 2011.The Spectacular of Vernacular, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Jan 29–May 8, 2011.2010Singular Visions, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, Dec 16, 2010–Aug 5, 2012.How Soon Now, Rubell Family Collection Contemporary Arts Foundation, Miami, December 1, 2010–Aug 26, 2011.Storytellers, Centre d’Art contemporain Passages, Troyes, France, November 25, 2010–February 4, 2011.Nobody’s Property: Art, Land, Space: 2000–2010, Princeton University Art Museum, New Jersey, October 23, 2010–February 20, 2011. (Catalogue)Born in Dystopia, Rosenblum Collection, Paris, October 21, 2010–July 16, 2011. (Catalogue)Hope!, Palais des Arts et du Festival, Dinard, France, June 12–September 12, 2010. (Catalogue)Roundtrip: Beijing – New York: New Selections from the Domus Collection, Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing, May 30–July 4, 2010.(LEAN), Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery, New York, March 12–April 24, 2010.Cest la vie: de caravage a Damien Hirst, Musee Maillol, Paris, February 3–June 28, 2010.The Franks-Suss Collection, Saatchi Gallery, Philips de Pury’s Space, London, Opened January 28, 2010.2009Alejandro Jodorowsky’s “Dune”: An Exhibition of a Book That Never Was, Drawing Room, London, September 17–October 25, 2009. Traveled to: Plymouths Art Centre, Plymouth, United Kingdom, April 3–May 16, 2010.The World Is Yours, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk, Denmark, September 4, 2009–January 9, 2010.Deceitful Moon, Hayward Gallery Project Space, London, July 21–August 31, 2009.Mapping the Studio: Artists from the François Pinault Collection, Palazzo Grassi / Punta della Dogana, Venice, June 6, 2009 – April 10, 2011.2008Heartland, Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, October 4, 2008–February 8, 2009.Palimpset, Gallerie Xippas, Paris, September 6–October 11, 2008.Matthew Day Jackson and Sara Krajewski: The Violet Hour, Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle, June 21–October 12, 2008. (Catalogue)The Old Weird America, Contemporary Art Museum, Houston, May 10, 2008–July 20, 2008.Mission to Interpret and Understand Contemporary Art, Barbican Gallery, Martian Museum of Terrestrial Art, London, March 6–May 18, 2008.2007Huma Bhabha and Matthew Day Jackson: Sculptures and New Print Editions, Peter Blum Gallery, New York, November 16, 2007–January 12, 2008.The Line of Time and the Plane of Now, Harris Lieberman, New York, May 31–June 30, 2007.E-flux Video Rental, Centre Culturel Suisse, Paris, April 15–July 15, 2007.How To Build a Fire, Rivington Arms, New York, April 13, 2007–May 12, 2007.Omission, Perry Rubenstein Gallery, New York, January 9–February 10, 2007.Shangri La, Alexandre Pollazzon Ltd, London, 2007.2006USA Today, Royal Academy of Art, London, October 6–November 4, 2006.25 Bold Moves, House of Campari, New York, May 5–May 21, 2006.Infinite Painting, Villa Manin Centro d’arte Contemporanea, Manin, Italy, April–September 24, 2006.Whitney Biennal: Day for Night, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, March 2–May 28, 2006.The Searchers, White Box, New York, 2006.Kamp: K48, John Connelly Presents, New York, 2006.Time-Based Art is Happening!, Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, Portland, Oregon, 2006.2005Studio: Seven Months of My Aesthetic Education (Plus Some) New York Version and Climaxed, Tony Oursler Studio, New York, October 15–September 18, 2005.The Zine UnBound – Kults: Werewolfs and Sarcastic Hippies, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, October 7–December 30, 2005.You Are Here, The Ballroom, Marfa, Texas, October 6, 2005–February 27, 2006.Uncertain States of America – American Art in the 3rd Millennium, Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, Oslo, Norway, August 10–November 12, 2005. Traveled to: CCS Bard, New York, June 24–September 10 2006; Serpentine Gallery, London, September 9–October 15, 2006; Reykjavik Art Museum, Iceland, November 4, 2006–January 21, 2007; Moscow Biennial (special video version), March 1–April 1, 2007; Herning Art Museum, March 4–June 30, 2007; Center for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw, Porland, March 23–May 7, 2007; Le Musée de Sérignan, Sérignan, France, June 23–September 23, 2007; Athens Biennale, Greece, 2007; Herning Kunstmuseum, Denmark, 2007; Galerie Rudolfinum, Prague, December 5, 2007–February 28, 2008; Beijing Biennale, Song Zhuang Art Center, Beijing, Spring 2008. (Catalogue)Sticks and Stones, Perry Rubenstein Gallery, New York, June 28–August 12, 2005.Bridge Freezes Before Road, Barbra Gladstone Gallery, New York, June 23–August 17, 2005.The Greater New York, PS1 Contemporary Art Center, New York, 2005.Metro Teach Center: Material World, Public Art Fund, New York, 2005.Motion, Santa Fe Art Institute, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 2005.2004Relentless Proselytizers, Feigen Contemporary, New York, July 1–August 14, 2004.Super Salon, Samson Projects, Boston, March 23–May 23, 2004.Mommy! I! am! not! an! animal!, Capsule Gallery, New York, 2004.Drift III, Valentino Pier Park, New York, 2004.2003K48: Klubhouse, Deitch Projects, New York, Closed December 23, 2003.Now Playing, D’amelio Terras Gallery, New York, July 1–August 1, 2003.Biennial Portland Oregon, Portland Museum of Art, Portland, Oregon, April 10–June 1, 2003.Drift II, Home of Buckminster Fuller, Northern New Jersey, 2003.Spiritual Hunger, Daniel Silverstein Gallery, New York, 2003.White, Black, Yellow, Red, Storefront 1838, New York, 2003.2002Drift, Manasquan, New Jersey, 2002.2001…sorta like a revelation, Rabbett Gallery, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 2001.1999Sans Titre, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Boulder, Colorado, Mid-January–March 14, 1999. Public Collections Matthew Day Jackson Public Collections Astrup-Fearnley Museum, OsloBeelden aan Zee, Scheveningen, The NetherlandsBlanton Museum of Art, Austin, TexasCollectie de Heus-Zomer, Barneveld, The NetherlandsCollection de Bruin-Heijn, AmsterdamCollezione Maramotti, Reggio Emilia, ItalyDomus Collection, New York and BeijingThe EKARD Collection, Wassenaar, the NetherlandsHigh Museum of Art, Atlanta, GeorgiaKunstmuseum, The Hague, the NetherlandsMuseo d’Arte Moderna, Bologna, ItalyMuseum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, CaliforniaMuseum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam, the NetherlandsPinault Collection, ParisPrinceton University Art Museum, Princeton, New JerseyQiao Zhibing Collection, ShanghaiRosenblum Collection, ParisRubell Family Collection, MiamiS. & A. Abu Ghazaleh Collection, Amman, JordanSaatchi Gallery, LondonShuman Art Collection, New YorkStedelijk Museum, AmsterdamThe Sender Collection, New YorkVan Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, the NetherlandsVanhaerents Art Collection, Brussels, BelgiumWhitney Museum for American Art, New YorkZabludowicz Collection, London Books and Catalogues Matthew Day Jackson Bibliography: Books 2021LaBarge, Emily. Light and Language (exhibition catalogue). Waterford: Lismore Castle Arts, 2021: 29, 56–59, illustrated.Weber, Carey Mack and Brian Walker. Birds of the Northeast. Gulls to Great Auks (exhibition catalogue). Fairfield: Fairfield University Art Museum, 2021: 10, illustrated.2020Proosdij, Emma. Eigen+Beeld. Moderne sculptuur. Collectie van museum Beelden aan Zee. Zwolle: Waanders & De Kunst, 2020: illustrated.2017Forner, Celia. Portable Art: A Project by Celia Forner (exhibition catalogue). New York: Hauser & Wirth, 2017, illustrated.2016Moeckli, Justine and Merel van Tilburg, eds. Le Retour des Ténèbres (exhibition catalogue). Geneva: MAH and Los Angeles: DoPe Press, 2016: 416, illustrated.2015Antoine, Jean–Philippe and Catherine Perret, eds. Le Genre Humain. Paris: Seuil, 2015: 215–224, illustrated.New American Art. Matthew Day Jackson. Rashid Johnson. Paris: Editions Studio des Acacias, 2015.Sumi, Naoko, ed. Hiroshima Trilogy: 70th Anniversary of the Atomic Bomb/ Part 2: A Bird’s–eye View of the World. Hiroshima: Hiroshima MOCA, 2015: 40–41, illustrated.Wolfe, Ann M., ed. Tahoe: A Visual History. New York City: Skira Rizzoli, 2015: 244–245, illustrated.2014Beitin, Andreas and Martin Hartung, eds. Matthew Day Jackson. Total Accomplishment (exhibition catalogue). Berlin: Distanz Verlag, 2014.David, Caroline and Claire Baud–Berthier, eds. Passions Secrètes. Collections Privées Flamandes. Lille: Lille3000; Vision Publishers, 2014.Museum für Gegenwartskunst Siegen, ed. Was Modelle können. Cologne: Snoeck, 2014.Roselione–Valadez, Juan, ed. Rubell Family Collection. Highlights & Artists’ Writings. Volume 1. Florida: Rubell Family Collection/Contemporary Arts Foundation, 2014: 496–497, illustrated.Sperling, Franziska and Johannes Sperling, eds. A Man Walks Into A Bar… Jokes & Postcards. Ostfildern, Germany: Hatje Cantz, 2014: 125, illustrated.Thompson, Don. The Supermodel and the Brillo Box: Back Stories and Peculiar Economics from the World of Contemporary Art. New York City: St. Martin’s Press, 2014.2013Aillagon, Jean-Jacques. L’Art a l’epreuve du monde. Dunkerque, France: Depoland Dunkerque, 2013.Blanton Museum of Art: 110 Favorites from the Collection. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2013.Moszynska, Anna. Sculpture Now. London: Thames & Hudson, 2013: 41, illustrated.Unterdörfer, Michaela, eds. Hauser & Wirth: 20 years. Ostfildern, Germany: Hatje Cantz, 2013.2012Ewing, William A. Out of Focus: Photography (exhibition catalogue). London: Saatchi Gallery London, 2012.Fraser, Marie, François LeTourneux, Julie–Ann Latulippe, et al. Zoo. Montréal: Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal, 2012, illustrated.2011Bourgeois, Caroline. The World Belongs to You. Milan: Electa, 2011: 77–82, 268–271.Jackson, Matthew Day, and Gianfranco Maraniello. Matthew Day Jackson: In search of...: 27 gennaio - 1 maggio 2011 (exhibition catalogue). Bologna: MAMbo, 2011.Roselione–Valadez, Juan. American Exuberance (exhibition catalogue). Florida: Rubell Family Collection, 2011: 68–71, illustrated.Rosenblum Collection Edition. Born in Dystopia (exhibition catalogue). Paris: Rosenblum Collection Edition, 2011: 155.2010Adicéam, Ashok. Hope! Une exposition d’art contemporain sur l’espoir (exhibition catalogue). Paris: Skira Flammarion, 2010.Blum, David, Matthew Day Jackson, and Adam Reich. Matthew Day Jackson. Vol. 2: In Search of… (exhibition catalogue). New York: Peter Blum Edition, Blumarts, 2010.Jackson, Matthew Day, and David Blum. The tomb; In search of (exhibition catalogue). New York: Peter Blum Edition, 2010.Jackson, Matthew Day, Tom Morton, and Dominic van den Boogerd. Matthew Day Jackson: Dynamic Maximum Tension (exhibition catalogue). Amsterdam: Grimm Gallery, 2010.Morton, Tom. Matthew Day Jackson: Dynamic Maximum Tension (exhibition catalogue). Amsterdam: Grimm Fine Art, 2010, illustrated.2009Jackson, Matthew Day, Bill Arning, Deborah G. Douglas, David A. Mindell, Tom Morton, and David Tomkins. Matthew Day Jackson: the Immeasurable Distance (exhibition catalogue). Cambridge, MA: MIT List Visual Arts Center, 2009.2008Krajewski, Sara, Matthew Day Jackson, David Maljkovic, and Jen Liu. The Violet Hour: Matthew Day Jackson, Jen Liu, David Maljkovic (exhibition catalogue). Seattle, Washington: Henry Art Gallery Association, 2008.2007Edelsztein, Sergio, Jens Hoffmann, Lisette Lagnado, Midori Matsui, Shamin M. Momin, Pi Li, Gloria Sutton, Olesya Turkina, and Phillippe Vergne. Ice cream: Contemporary Art in Culture, 10 Curators, 100 Contemporary artists, 50 Source Artists. London: Phaidon, 2007. Periodicals Matthew Day Jackson Bibliography: Periodicals 2022“Day by day in art | August 17, 2022.” Il Giornale Dell’arte, 17 August 2022. https://www.ilgiornaledellarte.com/articoli/giorno-per-giorno-nell-arte-17-agosto-2022/140032.htmlDieckvoss, Stephanie. “Frieze Seoul: More than just Korean pop.” Handelsblatt, 7 September 2022. https://www.handelsblatt.com/arts_und_style/kunstmarkt/zeitgenoessische-kunst-frieze-seoul-mehr-als-nur-korea-pop/28662748.htmlGreenberger, Alex. “Artist Matthew Day Jackson Joins Pace Gallery After Over a Decade at Hauser & Wirth.” ARTnews, 16 August 2022. https://www.artnews.com/art-news/news/matthew-day-jackson-pace-gallery-1234636686/Irwin, Michael. “Matthew Day Jackson Joins Pace, Will Show at Frieze Seoul.” Ocula, 24 August 2022. https://ocula.com/magazine/art-news/matthew-day-jackson-joins-pace-shows-at-frieze/Luo, Shuyin. “The first Frieze Seoul VIP opens a new international channel for the Asian art market.” Artron, 3 September 2022. https://m-news.artron.net/news/20220903/n1980689.html Yerebakan, Osman Can. “What Sold at Frieze Seoul 2022.” Artsy, 6 September 2022. https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-sold-frieze-seoul-2022.2021Dijksterhuis, Edo. "Fragments of Sphere: hoe kunst externe ruis kan wegdrukken | Het Parool." parool.nl, 3 May 2021. https://www.parool.nl/kunst-media/fragments-of-sphere-hoe-kunst-externe-ruis-kan-wegdrukken~bdbfc8a1/?referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.bing.com%2FJacobs, Laura. "Birds of the Northeast: Gulls to Great Auks, 'Review: In Top-Flight Form’." The Wall Street Journal, 10 February 2021. https://www.wsj.com/articles/birds-of-the-northeast-gulls-to-great-auks-review-in-top-flight-form-11612993428Kadic, Vanja. "Es ist September! Was wir diesen Monat nicht verpassen dürfen." annabelle.ch, 7 September 2021. https://www.annabelle.ch/kultur/popkultur/es-ist-september-was-wir-diesen-monat-nicht-verpassen-duerfen/Lloyd-Smith, Harriet. "Contemporary artists pay homage to land art legend Nancy Holt." Wallpaper*, 24 June 2021, illustrated. https://www.wallpaper.com/art/nancy-holt-light-and-language-lismore-castleMadden, Helena. "The Best in Design From a Bentley Home Desk to a Michelin-Grade Kitchen." robbreport.com, 23 June 2021, illustrated. https://robbreport.com/best-of-the-best/gallery/2021-best-design-1234616247/2020Klingelfuss, Jessica. "West Side Story." Wallpaper*, May 2020: 92–112, illustrated. https://www.wallpaper.com/art/hauser-wirth-gallery-new-york-selldorf-architectsMartorelli, Manuela. "Critical Pour. An Interview with Artist Matthew Day Jackson." ZOO Magazine, Amsterdam. no. 68 (Fall 2020)."Matthew Day Jackson at Hauser & Wirth" (exhibition review). Contemporaryartswitzerland.com, 6 October 2020, illustrated."Matthew Day Jackson debuts a suite of new drawings and paintings at Hauser & Wirth Zurich" (exhibition review). Art Daily, 14 September 2020, illustrated. https://artdaily.com/news/128175/Matthew-Day-Jackson-debuts-a-suite-of-new-drawings-and-paintings-at-Hauser---Wirth-ZurichWychowanok, Thibaut. "La fascination du cosmos." Numéro, no. 218, November 2020.2019Can, Gulnaz. “Matthew Day Jackson. Pathetic Fallacy.” This is Tomorrow, 22 April 2019, illustrated. http://thisistomorrow.info/articles/matthew-day-jackson-pathetic-fallacyD’Arenberg, Diana. “Matthew Day Jackson in Conversation.” Ocula, 7 March 2019. https://ocula.com/magazine/conversations/matthew-day-jackson/Hooper, Mark. “Curl Power. Matthew Day Jackson’s sinuous chair throws us for a loop.” Wallpaper*, May 2019: 92–96. https://www.wallpaper.com/design/matthew-day-jackson-made-by-choice-kolhoIngs, Simon. “Art to Hold Humanity to Account.” TLS, 26 February 2019, illustrated. https://www.the-tls.co.uk/articles/matthew-day-jackson-pathetic-fallacy/Morris, Ali. “Matthew Day Jackson creates Kolho furniture using moon-inspired Formica.” Dezeen, 10 April 2019: illustrated. https://www.dezeen.com/2019/04/10/matthew-day-jackson-kohlo-formica-furniture-milan-2019/2018"Hauser & Wirth London exhibits works by Matthew Day Jackson” (exhibition review). Artdaily.org, 5 April 2018. https://artdaily.cc/news/103161/Hauser---Wirth-London-exhibits-works-by-Matthew-Day-Jackson#.YvUV9fjMLMYJackson, Matthew Day. "Interview With Artist Matthew Day Jackson.” Interview by RRJ Editorial. Roman Road Journal, 17 April 2018. https://romanroadjournal.com/interview-with-artist-matthew-day-jackson/"Matthew Day Jackosn. An Artist without a Past." ifeng.com, 6 November 2018, illustrated. https://ishare.ifeng.com/c/s/v002A1WIPksG--bQbucwTF-_k--PwivL7dATVwSdUUUxf288uY__"Matthew Day Jackson.” W Magazine Art, 21 April 2018.Peirson-Hagger, Ellen. “What to Book. Matthew Day Jackson at Hauser & Wirth Somerset” (exhibition review). Town and Country, 30 December 2018, illustrated.“Qiao Space & Hauser & Wirth. Matthew Day Jackson’s Solo Exhibition ‘New Landscape’” (exhibition review). Artco & Investment Hong Kong, December 2018: 120, illustrated. “3 London Talks To Pique Your Cultural Curiosity." somethingcurated.com, 20 February 2018. https://somethingcurated.com/2018/02/20/3-london-talks-pique-cultural-curiosity/2017“Artists Build ‘Observatories’ to Watch the Solar Eclipse in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.” Artinfo, 24 August 2017. https://news.artnet.com/art-world/eclipse-inspired-art-show-jackson-hole-1054520Boyle, Sarah. “The High Line announces a new major stage for sculpture on the park’s new section.” Archpaper.com, 11 January 2017. https://www.archpaper.com/2017/01/high-line-plinth-announced/Goldstein, Caroline. “Total Eclipse of the Art: Matthew Day Jackson Organizes Celestial-Themed Exhibition in Wyoming” (exhibition review). Artnews, 21 August 2017.Jones, Isa. “Longtime art collaborators form formal collective.” Jackson Hole News & Guide, 23 August 2017. https://www.jhnewsandguide.com/scene/arts/longtime-art-collaborators-form-formal-collective/article_e4d3bec0-916c-5d7e-85ed-77bcba871f99.htmlKennedy, Randy. “A Permanent Plinth for New Art Coming to the High Line.” The New York Times, 9 January 2017. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/09/arts/design/the-high-line-plinth-sculpture-new-york.htmlKirpal, Neha. “Jaipur’s Nahargarh Fort is the site of India’s first Sculpture Park; to display leading artists’ works” (exhibition preview). First Post, 12 November 2017. https://www.firstpost.com/living/jaipurs-nahargarh-fort-is-the-site-of-indias-first-sculpture-park-to-display-leading-artists-works-4206211.htmlLesser, Casey. “WeTransfer’s Innovative Approach to Promoting Creatives.” Artsy, 8 November 2017. https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-wetransfers-innovative-approach-promoting-creativesMcMahon, Katherine and Andy Battaglia. “Step into a New Phase: Eleven Madison Park Makes Art Part of a Fabled Restaurant Setting.” Art News, 10 October 2017. https://www.artnews.com/art-news/artists/step-into-a-new-phase-eleven-madison-park-makes-art-part-of-a-fabled-restaurant-setting-101017-9120/Sheets, Hilarie M. “At Cornell Tech Art Engineered for the Imagination.” The New York Times, 13 September 2017. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/09/13/arts/design/cornell-tech-art-roosevelt-island.htmlStapley-Brown, Victoria. “New York to get its own Fourth Plinth competition on the High Line.” The Art Newspaper, 10 January 2017. https://www.theartnewspaper.com/2017/01/10/new-york-to-get-its-own-fourth-plinth-competition-on-the-high-lineStephens, Suzanne. “Bloomberg Center by Morphosis Architects at Cornell Tech” (exhibition review). Architectural Record, 1 November 2017. https://www.architecturalrecord.com/articles/13058-bloomberg-center-by-morphosis-architects-at-cornell-tech2016Daly, Meg. “Skin Deep: Peeling away the layers of a new exhibit by Matthew Day Jackson” (exhibition review). Planet Jackson Hole, 17 August 2016: 22. https://archive.planetjh.com/2016/08/17/creative-peaks-skin-deep/Daly, Meg. “Brutality and Rebirth” (exhibition review). Buckrail, 2 August 2016: 24. https://buckrail.com/culture-klash-brutality-and-rebirth/2015Alberts, Hana R. “Artist Turns Greenpoint Club Into Massive Home Asking $11M.” NY Curbed, 10 February 2015. https://ny.curbed.com/2015/2/10/9993544/artist-turns-greenpoint-club-into-massive-home-asking-11mBinlot, Ann. “Nari Ward’s ‘So-Called’ at the SCAD Museum of Art” (exhibition review). Architectural Digest, 20 February 2015. https://www.architecturaldigest.com/story/nari-ward-scad-define/ampCarlson, Jen. “Old Greenpoint Rock Club Now $11 Million Condo.” Gothamist, 11 February 2015. https://gothamist.com/arts-entertainment/old-greenpoint-rock-club-now-11-million-condoCorcoran, Heather. “Feasts of Human Civilization on a Collision Course with Death: Matthew Day Jackson.” Bijutsu Techno, (Spring 2015).Corcoran, Heather. “‘Matthew Day Jackson.” Bijutsu Techno, (March 2015): 108.Doles, Kyna. “Here’s what the $10M-$20M NYC investment sales market looked like last week.” The Real Deal, 9 June 2015. https://therealdeal.com/2015/06/09/heres-what-the-10m-20m-nyc-investment-sales-market-looked-like-last-week-25/Dana. “Life and Death.” Art in Print 5, no. 1 (May–June 2015). https://artinprint.org/review/life-and-death/Hanley, Sarah Kirk. “New Editions from Diane Villani and Hauser & Wirth” (exhibition review). Art In Print 4, no. 6 (May 2015): 8–9. https://artinprint.org/review/hauser-wirth-diane-villani-editions/“International News Digest: March 2.” Artforum, 2 March 2015.List Visual Arts Center. “Jane Farver, former director of the MIT List Visual Arts Center dies.” MIT News, 4 May 2015. https://news.mit.edu/2015/jane-farver-former-director-mit-list-visual-arts-center-dies-0504Lo Iacono, Amanda, Paola Saracino Fendi and Alexandra Werner. “Collecting Guide: Post War and Contemporary Art.” Christies.com, 17 June 2015. https://www.christies.com/features/Post-War-and-Contemporary-Collecting-Guide-6281-1.aspxMartin, Hannah. “Peek Inside Zöe and Joel Dictrow’s Art-Filled Home.” Architectural Digest, 6 March 2015. https://www.architecturaldigest.com/gallery/zoe-and-joel-dictrow-armory-show-house-tour-slideshow/ampNilsson, Anton K. “Onward and Upward from Infamy: Former Nightclub on Sale as $11 Million Artist Pad.” Greenpoint News, 25 February 2015.“Preview Art Basel Hong Kong: Works by Jeff Koons. Takashi Murakami, Cindy Sherman, Michalene Thomas & More.” www.artdealers.org, March 2015.Romano, Mary and Katya Kazakina. “Paintings Sold Out at Armory? Galleries Had More on IPads.” Bloomberg, 10 March 2015. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-03-10/paintings-sold-out-at-armory-galleries-had-more-on-ipads#xj4y7vzkgTerrell, Matthew. “Natural Nostalgia: Matthew Day Jackson at SCAD Atlanta” (exhibition review). Burnaway, 12 June 2015. https://burnaway.org/daily/matthew-day-jackson-there-will-come-soft-rains-at-scad-atlanta/Vanhaerents, Walter. “Inside the Heartbreak Hotel.” Christie's, 1 May 2015. https://www.christies.com/features/Walter-Vanhaerents-6001-1.aspxWychowanok, Thibault. “L’exposition ‘New American Art’ au Studio des Acacias.” Numero, 21 October 2015.2014Adam, Georgina. “The rise and rise of the superstar artists.” The Art Newspaper, 20 June 2014. Cigainero, Jack. “Hidden Treasures From Flanders.” The New York Times, 4 December 2014. https://www.nytimes.com/2014/12/04/arts/international/hidden-treasurers-from-flanders.htmlCotter, Holland. "’American Beauty.’” New York Times, 23 January 2014. https://www.nytimes.com/2014/01/24/arts/design/american-beauty.htmlHaden-Guest, Anthony. "Are Mid-Size Galleries Disappearing, And Who’s To Blame?” Artnet, 10 April 2014. https://news.artnet.com/market/are-mid-size-galleries-disappearing-and-whos-to-blame-9354"Hauser & Wirth.” The Vanderlust, 16 December 2014. https://thevanderlust.com/en/city/london/artandculture/704.html?page=2"Matthew Day Jackson at Hauser and Wirth Zurich: where has the mountain guide gone in the meantime?” (exhibition review). Conceptual Fine Arts, 2 September 2014. https://www.conceptualfinearts.com/cfa/2014/09/02/matthew-day-jackson-at-hauser-and-wirth-zurich-where-the-mountain-guide-has-gone-in-the-meantime/“Matthew Day Jackson: Family” (exhibition review). Daily Art Fair, 13 September 2014. https://dailyartfair.com/exhibition/3162/matthew-day-jackson-hauser-wirth“Matthew Day Jackson presents his family at Hauser & Wirth”. en.artmediaagency.com, 20 August 2014."Matthew Day Jackson's first solo exhibition in Zurich opens at Hauser & Wirth.” ArtDaily.org, 2 September 2014.Solway, Diane. “Artful Finnish.” W Magazine, (November 2014): 154–158. Spence, Rachel. “Room for a little one?” FT Weekend, 3/4 May 2014: 6."Zabludowicz Collection Announces 2014 Sarvisalo Finland Artist Residency Programme.”Artlyst, 21 March 2014. https://www.artlyst.com/news/zabludowicz-collection-announces-2014-sarvisalo-finland-artist-residency-programme/2013Allen, Ian. “Grand Plans.” Surface, (January 2013): 105–110.Battaglia, Andy. “A Death Staged Over and Over. Matthew Day Jackson Faces Mortality as Part of New Show” (exhibition review). Wall Street Journal, 3 September 2013. https://www.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424127887324886704579053012059037656Boatright, Kristen. “Video: A Focus on the Body With Matthew Day Jackson.” Blouin Artinfo, October 2013.Cashdan, Marina. “Helter Shelter.” Surface Magazine, (September–October 2013): 58.Claus, Jürgen. “Ein Universum von Geschichte. Karlsruhe: Matthew Day Jackson im ZKM.” Kunstzeitung, (August 2013): 8.Cochran, Samuel. “Matthew Day Jackson’s new Paintings and Sculpture at Hauser & Wirth Gallery” (exhibition review). Architectural Digest, 31 August 2013. https://www.architecturaldigest.com/story/matthew-day-jackson-hauser-wirth-galleryCrow, Kelly. “Attack of the Giant Art Galleries.” The Wall Street Journal, D1–D2.Duray, Dan. “At Frieze’s FOOD Reprisal, Matthew Day Jackson and Company Offer Jerky, Tang.” Observer, 9 May 2013.Duray, Dan. “Matthew Day Jackson to Open 200-Square-Foot Gallery.” Observer, 6 September 2013. https://observer.com/2013/09/matthew-day-jackson-to-open-200-square-foot-gallery/“Five Objects to Warm Up a Trip to Frieze”. Wall Street Journal, 9 May 2013. https://www.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424127887324744104578471012821743972Halperin, Julia. “An alternative room of one’s own. Matthew Day Jackson is the latest big-name artist to bankroll his own gallery.” The Art Newspaper, 6 September 2013.Healy, Mark. “Man on Fire.” The New York Times Magazine, Fall 2013: 134–137.Healy, Mark. “The Artist With the Race Car in His Studio.” The New York Times Style Magazine, 13 September 2013. https://www.nytimes.com/2013/09/13/t-magazine/matthew-day-jackson-artist-with-race-car-in-his-studio.htmlHrbacek, Mary. “New York City Gallery Hauser & Wirth, with Matthew Day Jackson’s ‘Capture’.” Artes Magazine, October 2013.Jovanovic, Rozalia. “Whitney Art Party Takes Annual Benefit Sale Online With Artsy Partnership.” Artinfo, 12 April 2013.Kazakina, Katya. “Buy Rotting Flesh at $95 000: Walls $1.6 Million: Chelsea.” Bloomberg, 11 September 2013.Kastner, Jeffrey. “Matthew Day Jackson. Hauser & Wirth.” Artforum, (November 2013): 285. https://www.artforum.com/print/reviews/201309/matthew-day-jackson-43552Laster, Paul. “Matthew Day Jackson, ‘Something Ancient, Something New. Something Stolen Something Blue’” (exhibition review). TimeOut New York, 30 September 2013: 39. https://www.timeout.com/newyork/art/matthew-day-jackson-something-ancient-something-new-something-stolen-something-blueLescaze, Zoe. “Look at This! Matthew Day Jackson at Hauser & Wirth.” Observer, 6 September 2013. https://observer.com/2013/09/look-at-this-matthew-day-jackson-at-hauser-wirth/Maier, Ati and Matthew Day Jackson. "Ati Maier and Matthew Day Jackson.” Bomb Magazine, 31 October 2013. https://bombmagazine.org/articles/ati-maier-and-matthew-day-jackson/"Matthew Day Jackson At Hauser & Wirth.” Vogue, September 2013."Matthew Day Jackson Presents ‘Something Ancient, Something New, Something Stolen, Something Blue’.” Broadway World, 2013.Pootschi, Becky. “Hauser and Wirth is proud to present Matthew Day Jackson’s polished stainless steel sculpture.” City Wealth Magazine, 26 February 2013. https://www.citywealthmag.com/news/hauser-wirth-proud-present-matthew-day-jacksons-polished-stainless-steel-sculpture-0Sanati, Mercedeh. “Globetrotter. On the road.” The Globe and Mail, April 2013.Shiffman, Allyson. “Matthew Day Jackson’s Milestones.” Interview Magazine, 10 September 2013. https://www.interviewmagazine.com/art/matthew-day-jackson-hauser-wirthShulan, Alexander. “Matthew Day Jackson. Something Ancient, Something New, Something Stolen. Something Blue” (exhibition review). The Brooklyn Rail, October 2013. https://brooklynrail.org/2013/10/artseen/matthew-day-jackson-something-ancient-something-new-something-stolen-something-blueShiffman, Allyson. “Matthew Day Jackson’s Milestones.” Interview Magazine, 10 September 2013. https://www.interviewmagazine.com/art/matthew-day-jackson-hauser-wirthSlenske, Michael. “Matthew Day Jackson on Drag Racing as Art and His New Personal Gallery.” Blouin Artinfo, 6 September 2013.Spears, Dorothy. “Matthew Day Jackson: Vroom for Change.” Art News, 21 January 2013: 28. https://www.artnews.com/art-news/news/matthew-day-jackson-builds-a-dragster-2152/#!Takase, Yasuyuki. “The Nine Artists and Alternative Reality.” HUGE, Tokyo. January 2013: 18.Uszerowicz, Monica. “Matthew Day Jackson: The work of many hands.” Garagisme, 5 April 2013: 64. https://garagisme.com/posts/matthew-day-jackson2012De Craen, Irene. “Frieze; Mathew Day Jackson.” Frieze, 19 April 2012.Gopnik, Blake. “Daily Pic.” Blake Gopnik on Art, 2 May 2012. https://blakegopnik.com/post/22277348697“Hans Jossephson – A Body of Work.” Kilimag, 27 July 2012.“Hauser & Wirth: Science on the back End.” Whitewall Magazine, 5 June 2012.Jackson, Matthew Day and Rashid Johnson. "I’m Not Sure.” Parkett, no. 90 (2012): 134–145.“Life’s a drag”. The Art Newspaper, 5 May 2012.Micchelli, Thomas. “Are Artists the Best Curators?” Hyperallergic, 5 May 2012. https://hyperallergic.com/50963/are-artists-the-best-curators/"Next Most Collectible Artists.” Art + Auction, (June 2012): 105–106.Scheifele, Kris. “Of Scientific Pinterest. Science on the Back End at Hauser & Wirth.” artcritical, 20 May 2012.Sinclair, Charlotte. “Art For One & Art For All.” FT Smart Arts, 18 February 2012: 10–14.Spears, Dorothy. “Fusing Identity: Dollops of Humor and Shea Butter” The New York Times, 5 January 2012.“The art of science”. The Art Newspaper, 3/4 May 2012: 14. Tompkins, David. “Freefall: The Work of Matthew Day Jackson.” Flash Art 45, no. 282 (February 2012): 72–73.2011Austen, Kat. “The art of exploration.” New Scientist 210, no. 2813 (21 May 2011): 46. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0262407911612050Azimi, Roxana. “Krise? Welche Krise?” Monopol, (September 2011), 110–11.Bugmann, Urs. “Auf der Suche nach dem Menschen.” Neue Luzerner Zeitung, 22 October 2011: 9.Cook, Xerxes. “Art Talks: Matthew Day Jackson on Everything Leads to Another” (exhibition review). Another Mag, 23 May 2011. https://www.anothermag.com/art-photography/1105/matthew-day-jackson-on-everything-leads-to-anotherFurseth, Jessica. “Matthew Day Jackson: Everything Leads to Another” (exhibition review). this is tomorrow, July 2011. http://thisistomorrow.info/articles/matthew-day-jackson-everything-leads-to-another“Matthew Day Jackson: Everything Leads to Another.” It’s Nice That, 14 July 2011.“Matthew Day Jackson’s ‘Everything Leads to Another’.” Whitewall Magazine, 14 June 2011.Merjiam, Ara H. “Matthew Day Jackson.” Art in America, 27 May 2011. https://www.artnews.com/art-in-america/aia-reviews/matthew-day-jackson-60919/“Pick of the week”. The Guardian Guide, 21 May 2011: 36.“Private Views”. Fortune Times Weekend Life & Arts, 23 July 2010: 10.Rappolt, Mark. “Matthew Day Jackson, A strange kind of beautiful.” Art Review, no. 50 (May 2011).“Reconfiguring The Diverse”. World Sculpture News, (Spring 2011): 22–24.Rosenau, Mirja. “Leben Streben, Sterben”. Art, (November 2011): 107, illustrated.Roux, Caroline. “An impressive body of work.” The Independent, 27 May 2011.Sansom, Anna. “Rosenblums: The Collectors.” Whitewall Magazine, (Spring 2011): 72–75.Schultz, Charles. “Matthew Day Jackson with Charles Schultz.” The Brooklyn Rail, 12 July 2011. https://brooklynrail.org/2011/07/art/matthew-day-jackson-with-charles-schultz“Sweet and sour Golem.” Garage, (Fall/Winter 2011): 56–57, 158–159.2010Arning, Bill. “Matthew Day Jackson.” Flash Art 43, no. 270 (January–February 2010): 68–71. https://flash---art.com/issue/270-january-february-2010/Beck, Graham T. “Matthew Day Jackson.” Frieze, (November–December 2010): 116–117.Coffield, Cynthia. “Matthew Day Jackson.” Art Lies, no. 65 (Spring 2010).Jackson, Matthew Day. “Huma Bhabha.” Flash Art 43, no. 275, (November–December 2010): 88–91. https://flash---art.com/issue/275-november-december-2010/Wells, Nicholas. “Matthew Day Jackson: In Search of." CityArts, (27 October–9 November 2010): 12.2009Braat, Manon. “Dromen tussen utopie en catastrofe” Kunst in beeld, no. 10 (October 2009).Britt, Douglas. “Jackson exhibit probes human consciousness.” Houston Chronicle, 16 October 2009: E2.Dumas, Marlene. “The Third World War.” Metropolis M, no. 6 (December / January 2009): 17. https://www.marlenedumas.nl/the-third-world-war/Keijer, Kees. “Stedelijk Museum acquires work by Matthew Day Jackson”. Parool, 12 December 2009: 36. https://www.parool.nl/kunst-media/stedelijk-koopt-werk-matthew-day-jackson~b99989a6/Lamoree, Jhim. “Dynamic Maximum Tension review” (exhibition review). Parool, 7 November 2009: 39.McCarthy, Gerry. “His faces ring a bell.” The Sunday Times, 19 July 2009.McQuaid, Cate. “Exhibit highlights his dark side” (exhibition review). The Boston Globe, 24 May 2009. http://archive.boston.com/ae/theater_arts/articles/2009/05/24/exhibit_highlights_his_dark_side/Ragona, Melissa. “Matthew Day Jackson.” Frieze, no. 121 (March 2009).Sherwin, Skye. “Matthew Day Jackson.” 10 Magazine, no. 33 (Winter 2009).“Stedelijk Museum: last acquisition Dymaxion Biotron”. Volkskrant , 11 December 2009: 14–15.Vogel, Carol. “A Thriftier Lot Comes to Basel This Year.” The New York Times, 12 June 2009: C27. https://www.nytimes.com/2009/06/12/arts/design/12vogel.html2008“Best in Show: Matthew Day Jackson. Terranaut.” The Village Voice, 5 November 2008.Graves, Jen. “The Lunatic is on the Grass: Pink Floyd, a Crashed Corvette and Brutalist Architecture at the Henry: Capturing the Angst of an Era” (exhibition review). The Stranger, 28 August 2008. https://www.thestranger.com/visual-art/2008/08/28/655953/the-lunatic-is-on-the-grassKastner, Jeffrey. “Matthew Day Jackson.” Artforum, (December 2008). https://www.artforum.com/print/reviews/200810/matthew-day-jackson-41145Kröner, Magdalena. “Matthew Day Jackson: Wir sind immer noch mitten in Bürgerkrieg.” Kunstforum, (February 2008): 138–149.Maine, Stephen. “Matthew Day Jackson.” Art in America 96, (November 2008) 180–181.“Matthew Day Jackson”. Flash Art 41, no. 262 (31 October 2008).2007Arning, Bill. “Introducing Matthew Day Jackson.” Modern Painters, (October 2007): 58–60.Cole, Lori. “Omission.” Artforum, (January 2007).“Matthew Day Jackson: Paradise Now! (Limbo).” Art Review, (February 2007): 159.2006Jones, Kristin M. “Matthew Day Jackson.” Frieze, no. 97 (March 2006): 167.Motley, John. “Matthew Day Jackson.” PICA, (September 2006).2005Bae, James. “You Are Here, Ballroom Marfa.” ArtLies 48, (Fall 2005). https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth228013/m1/Cambourg, Clemence de. “The History Man.” Art Review, 5 November 2005: 34.Giovannotti, Micaela. “The Greater New York 2005.” Tema Celeste, no. 109 (May/June 2005).Ho, Christopher K. “In View: Greater New York 2005.” Modern Painters, (May 2005): 105–106.Jackson, Matthew Day. “Matthew Day Jackson." V36 Magazine, 2005.Kerr, Merrily. “Matthew Day Jackson: Fortunate Son.” Time Out, 5 December 2005: 119.Nickas, Bob. “First Take.” Artforum 43, no. 5 (January 2005). https://www.artforum.com/print/200501/first-takes-45498“Our Selection A-Z”. The Art Newspaper, no. 157 (April 2005): 2.Rosenberg, Karen. “Artists on the Verge of a Breakthrough.” New York Magazine, 7 March 2005: 34–36.Smith, Roberta. “Spotting an Aesthetic Dispute and Embracing All Sides.” The New York Times, 17 December 2005: B13. https://www.nytimes.com/2005/12/17/arts/design/spotting-an-aesthetic-dispute-and-embracing-all-sides.html“Spread Your Wings For Peace: Phoenix”. The Village Voice L. no. 51 (December 2005).2004Johnson, Ken. “ART IN REVIEW; 'The Day After I Destroyed the Women I Wished I Had Not Destroyed Them’.” The New York Times, 6 August 2004: E32.Levin, Kim. The Village Voice, 28 July 2004.2001Phillips, Lisa (juror). New American Paintings: The MFA Annual 2001, August–September 2001.