Dan Jackson’s work examines photography’s role in and impact on art history; challenging the viewer’s perception of truth and beauty and blurring the lines between the authentic and the imagined.
His recent series champions the idea that photography doesn’t have to be bound by subject matter or narrative. It advocates for photography’s place among other art forms that explore abstraction and surrealism. Through the use of colour and shape Jackson seeks to emphasize expression and disentangle the photo process from documentation and reality.
His work hangs in homes, offices, public spaces and galleries across Canada as well as in Beijing, Shanghai, New York and San Francisco.
Dan Jackson was born in Vancouver Canada where he graduated from Emily Carr University of Art and Design in 1995. In 2000 Jackson founded Studio Seven-thirty, a full service studio and gallery space located in downtown Vancouver.
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What It Is 2018
Apologue II 2018
Space In Bird 2017
The Blue Canary (in the Outlet by the Light Switch) Show 2016
Real Ugly (For Lovers of the Unloved) 2015
Real Pretty Real 2014
A Loaf of Bread, A Flask of Wine, A Book of Verse and Thou 2013
Floating and Stinging 2012
Le Salon 2011
The Type 669 Show 2009