SLOW JAMZ Extended

Tomashi Jackson: SLOW JAMZ is now on view at the Neuberger Museum of Art through December 11, 2022. The show is curated by Helaine Posner, Chief Curator Emerita, Neuberger Museum of Art. Generous support for the Roy R. Neuberger Prize and this exhibition has been provided by Jim Neuberger and Helen Stambler Neuberger.


Tomashi Jackson: SLOW JAMZ focuses on the artist’s videos, which she views as experiments in painting. Her Neuberger Prize exhibition is a dynamic, immersive multimedia experience that fills the Museum’s South Gallery with floor-to-ceiling projections and soundtracks.Tomashi Jackson is an American multimedia artist working across painting, video, textiles and sculpture. Born in Houston (TX) and raised in Los Angeles (CA), she currently lives and works in New York (NY) and Cambridge (MA). Jackson’s work investigates the relationships between the aesthetic and the political. She references layered content bridging historical actions with shifting artistic structures.   


Named for the Museum’s founding patron, the biennial Roy R. Neuberger Prize honors Mr. Neuberger’s lifelong commitment to support the work of living artists. Prize winners embody outstanding artistic achievement that inspires innovative thinking, fresh perspectives, and greater understanding and appreciation of the arts. An artist’s creative achievements to date and their promise of future artistic achievements are also factors in the selection process. 


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