*Sara Kay Gallery, Expired, NYC through 4/20/19, press here
*Conversation with Brian Wallis, Sara Kay Gallery, NYC 4/4/19
*Exgirlfriend Gallery, Group Exhibition, Berlin, Germany, July 2019
*University Galleries, Lens-Based: Recent Acquisitions to the Permanent Collection, Illinois State University, Normal, IL
*Montalvo Lucas Artist Fellow in Residence, July 13-31, Saratoga Springs, CA
*Ringling Museum, Metadata, Sarasota, FL November 2020
*Andrew Rafacz Gallery, Solo Exhibition, Chicago, IL 2020
*Work recently published in Picture Industry, A Provisional History of the Technical Image, 1844–2018, Edited by Walead Beshty
*202-456-1111, a new project monograph with a companion text by Martha Rosler, available here

Jason Lazarus is an artist exploring vision and visibility.  His work includes a range of fluid methodologies: original, found and appropriated images, text-as-image, animated GIFs, photo-derived sculptures made collaboratively with the public, pigment-inks-as-image, live archives, and public submission repositories among others. This expanded photographic practice seeks new approaches of inquiry, embodiment, and bearing witness.

Lazarus also organizes PDF-OBJECTS, an itinerant sculpture-text repository; Coco Hunday, an alternative exhibition space in Tampa, FL; is a Co-Founder of #firstdayfirstimage, and is Co-Founder of Chicago Artist Writers, a platform that invites artists and art workers to write traditional and experimental criticism with a focus on under-represented arts programming in Chicago.  Currently, he is an Assistant Professor of Art and Art History at the University of South Florida.

Public lectures include Yale University, International Center of Photography, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago; George Eastman Museum, California College of the Arts, Columbia University (NYC), the Art Institute of Chicago, and Artists/Designs/Citizen (US Pavilion, 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale) among many others.  Selected permanent collections include the Art Institute of Chicago, SFMOMA, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, High Museum of Art, and Museum of Contemporary Photography Chicago.

His project monograph, 202-456-1111, featuring an essay by Martha Rosler and published by the Visual Studies Workshop in Rochester, NY is now available.

*this website is in a soft launch phase throughout the summer, content will continually be added and refined throughout this period–a big thank you to Useful Art Services for collaboration, design, and ongoing support…