Samuel Jablon

Samuel Jablon

Installation View: Mind Body Soul

Installation View: Mind Body Soul

Samuel Jablon is an American painter and poet who lives and works in New York City.  His works explore legibility in painting and physicality of language. Treating words like found objects, he thickly applies paint in a manner that lends tactility and crypticness to the subject of his work, creating a push/pull experience for the viewer. Jablon has exhibited throughout the United States, with solo shows at Freight + Volume (2018, 2016), Ballon Rouge (2018), Diane Rosenstein (2016), and Arts & Leisure (2016). His selected group exhibitions include venues such as Pierogi Gallery (2018), Mindy Solomon Gallery (2017), and Life on Mars (2014). His work has also been exhibited at museums including Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (2018), Queens Museum (2014), Museum of Modern Art (2013), Socrates Sculpture Park (2013), and New Museum (2013). His work has been written about in Interview Magazine, Art in America, ARTnews, Hyperallergic, and Wall Street Journal, Brooklyn Rail, Cultured Magazine, Artnet News, BOMB Magazine, and Whitehot Magazine, among many other publications.

 
 
Samuel Jablon  Trouble, 2018  Oil and acrylic on canvas  68 x 60 inches

Samuel Jablon

Trouble, 2018

Oil and acrylic on canvas

68 x 60 inches

 
 
Samuel Jablon  Crystal Emptiness, 2018  Oil and acrylic on canvas  60 x 68 inches

Samuel Jablon

Crystal Emptiness, 2018

Oil and acrylic on canvas

60 x 68 inches