- Solo exhibition showing TERRAIN / MATERIAL. Light Work, Syracuse, NY, USA. November 5 – December 20, 2013. Kathleen O. Ellis Gallery. Reception: November 7. Artist talk: November 7
- Accademia d’Arte, Bologna solo show - FAITH 17 June – 15 July, 2013. Supported by Culture Ireland
- CULT magazine – TERRAIN – ‘On Struggling’ by Jackie Nickerson, 1 May 2013
- Paris Photo LA, Jackie Nickerson will be showing work at Brancolini Grimaldi 26 – 28 April 2013. Featured in Le Journal de la Photographie and also by Jeremiah Bagert, Los Angeles Times, ‘Framework’, 25 April 2013.
- Fototazo – Project Release, TERRAIN, 11 March 2013
- Thisispaper Magazine, ‘Farm:Jackie Nickerson’ February 2013 thisispaper.com
- Art Basel – Miami Beach, Jackie Nickerson will be exhibiting at Jack Shainman Gallery 6 – 9 December 2012
- ABOUT FACE, Pier 24, San Francisco, May 15 2012 – February 28 2013 (catalogue) pier24.org
- The Oppenheimer Collection, Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, September 29, 2012 – February 3, 2013 (catalogue) nermanmuseum.org
- The Dwelling Life of Men, Photographs and Video from the Martin Z. Margulies Collection, Kunsthal KAdE, Amersfoort, 22 September 2012– 2 February 2013 kunsthalkade.nl
- Under the Influence, ‘Jackie Nickerson’ profile by Susan Connie Marsh, Fall/Winter 2012, pgs. 66 – 77
- Fabric of Identity, selection of work from the IMMA Collection, Roscommon Arts Centre 16 November – 14 December 2012 artdaily.org
- Duzhexinshang magazine, ‘Jackie Nickerson’ profile by Qi Lian, October 2012, pgs. 62-69
- WORK, Museo d”arte Contemporanea Roma, Rome ‘XI Edizione –20 September – 28 October, 2012 curated by Paul Wombell museomacro.org
- Portrayal/Betrayal, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, June 2 – September 16 2012 sbma.net
- Andrea Meslin Gallery, New York, ‘A Prayer is a Prayer’, 6 September – 13 October 2012
- Selected works from ‘The World in London’ exhibition, the Gulbenkian Foundation, London, July – August 2012
- The Photographer’s Gallery, London ‘The World in London’ Victoria Park, London and Park House, Oxford Street, London July – August 2012
- ‘Sense of Place', curated by Liz Wells, Palais Des Beaux-Arts, Bruxelles, 14 July – 16 September 2012. Other artists include Massimo Vitali, Andreas Gurskey, Jem Southam, Per Bak Jensen
- Kinsale Arts Festival, Ireland ‘Virtue and Vice’ 7 – 20 July 2012
- Inclusion in ‘Photography and Ireland’, by Justin Carville, ISBN-13: 978 1 86189 871 5
- Highlanes Gallery, Ireland ‘Drogheda Municipal Art Collection’, 9 June – 4 September 2012
- Irish Museum of Modern Art, Jackie Nickerson will be giving an artist talk as part of the ‘Conversations: Photography from the Bank of America Collection’, 4 April 2012
- Salon 94, New York, ‘Material’ curated by Duro Olowu, 8 February – 31 March 2012. Other artists include Lorna Simpson, Philip Kwame Apagya, Juergen Teller, Laurie Simmons
- Artist talk, Custom House Gallery, Westport, Ireland, 1 October 2011
- Westport Arts Festival, Ireland 'The Past is Another Country', 27 September – 16 October 2011
- 'The Past is Another Country' reviewed in Source magazine by Colin Drake, Summer 2011
- 'The Past is Another Country' reviewed in Aesthetica Magazine by Angela Darby, May 2011
- Lodz Photo Festival, Poland, 'Faith' projection, 29 July 2011
- Arena, RTE Radio 1. Jackie Nickerson reviews the PhotoIreland Festival, broadcast live, 11 July 2011
- FAITH featured in Brazilian magazine FFW issuu.com
- Exhibition catalogue published by Foto Colectania Foundation ‘The Dwelling Life of Men’. Photographs from the Martin Z. Margulies Collection’ July 2011 ISBN Fundación Barrié: 978-84-9752-028-7
- Two unpublished works from the FAITH series will be retained in the collection of the Vatican Museums
- Jackie Nickerson presented to Pope Benedict XVI at a special preview on Monday 4 July 2011
- Vatican City, Atrio dell’Aula Paolo VI. Group exhibition,
5 July thru 4 September 2011
As part of the celebrations surrounding the 60th anniversary of Pope Benedict XVI’s ordination, Jackie Nickerson has been invited to exhibit two works in the exhibition entitled “Lo Splendore della Verita, la Bellezza della Carita”. It will be open to the public from July 5 thru September 4 2011.
- Jackie Nickerson has received a Culture Ireland / Cultúr Éireann award 2011
- Gallery of Photography, Dublin. Group exhibition, ‘The Long View’. Jackie Nickerson is showing work from ‘GULF’,
1 July thru 28 August 2011
Jackie Nickerson also works on a very large scale and in a global context, but she focuses on how we inhabit our ordinary, everyday worlds, presenting her own, often ambivalent, subjective position. Made over a ten-year period, the work on show explores the interplay between the global and the local in the newly affluent Gulf States.
- Fundación Barrié, ‘The Dwelling Life of Men. Photographs from the Martin Z. Margulies Collection’,
A Coruña, Spain 3 June thru 25 September 2011
Through 50 authors and 165 photographs and videos from the collection of Martin Z. Margulies in Miami, the exhibition, curated by Régis Durand, explores the question of how man lives in the world, appropriates it, changes it and finally leaves his/her mark on the reality of emotions, life, work or nature. Artists include Roni Horn, Gilliam Wearing, Thomas Struth, Walker Evans, Lee Freidlander, Jackie Nickerson, Luc Delahaye, William Eggleston, Gregory Crewdson among others.
- ‘The Past is Another Country’ reviewed in Irish Times 23 May 2011
- Arena, RTE Radio 1. Philip Hammond reviews ‘The Past is Another Country’,16 May 2011 rte.ie
- The Photographer’s Gallery, London, commissions Jackie Nickerson to be part of a major exhibition that will coincide with the 2012 Olympic Games in London. Supported by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.
- BBC Radio 2 Arts Show with Claudia Winkleman, broadcast live 13 May 2011. Claudia Winkleman and Sue Stewart talk about ‘The Past is Another Country’ bbc.co.uk
- ‘Heaven and Earth’, projection, St. Ann's Warehouse, DUMBO, New York, USA. Shown as part of the
New York Photo Festival 11 thru 15 May 2011
- Russian Esquire features FAITH esquire.ru
- Installation view ‘The Past is Another Country’
- Solo show, ‘The Past is Another Country’ at MCAC, Portadown, UK. 5 May thru 25 June 2011.
‘The Past is Another Country’ is a new exhibition of large-scale photographs by Jackie Nickerson at the Millennium Court Arts Centre in Portadown. This artist’s work is driven by a passionate interest in people and their environments. The current show continues her investigation into the nature of identity, exploring how global homogenisation has affected indigenous and local culture.
- Arena, RTE Radio 1. Jackie Nickerson reviews Dennis Hopper’s book ‘Photographs 1961-1967’ broadcast 2 May 2011 rte.ie
- Public art commissions awarded to Jackie Nickerson from Kerry County Council, VEC Dublin and
Louth County Council 2011
- Aga from the FAITH series has been presented to President of Ireland, Mary McAleese, 15 March 2011
- Press Art A comprehensive publication on the collection 'Press Art' has been published by Stampfli featuring Green Room
- Jackie Nickerson reviews Steve McCurry, Paul Seawright and Tom Hunter for the arts programme Arena, RTE Radio 1, public radio, broadcast 28 February 2011 rte.ie
- Ten Miles Round will be showing in public spaces in and around Les Portes de l'Essonne, Paris. March through April 2011
- Saatchi Online chooses ‘AFRICA: Photography and Video’, Marguiles Warehouse, Miami for
Editor’s Pick – Top International Shows: January 2011 saatchionline.com
- The Margulies Collection at the Warehouse will be showing AFRICA - photography and video pieces from selected artists including Seydou Keita, Malick Sibibe, Jackie Nickerson, Zwelethu Mthethwa, Viviane Sassen and Pieter Hugo. 591 NW 27th Street, Miami . 1 December 2010 – May 2011 margulieswarehouse.com
- Art Basel Miami, 2 – 5 December 2010 showing work with Jack Shainman Gallery. Booth b21,
Miami Beach Convention Center
- Paris Photo, 18 – 21 November 2010 showing work with Purdy Hicks Gallery, Stand D36 parisphoto.fr
- Gulf, solo exhibition 17 November thru 1 December 2010 / Maison de la Photographie, Lille, France. Vernissage 16 November 7pm maisonphoto.com
- Twenty, Group show opening 29 October 2010 in Hereford Museum and Art Gallery as part of the Hereford Festival
- Artist talk, 29 October 2010 at Hereford College of Arts Media, UK
- Artist talk, 28 October 2010 at University of Wales, Newport
- V Festival Transfotografia | Gdańsk TEN MILES ROUND opening at the Galeria Pionova, Gdansk, Poland.
Gdansk Transfotografia. Vernissage 30 September showing thru 20 October 2010
The exhibition inaugurating the festival in the gallery Pionova, Jackie Nickerson from the cycle Ten Miles Round, is a peculiar sociological record of her home village in Ireland, which evokes associations with the work of Sophia Rydet and August Sander. transfotografia.com
- Jackie Nickerson reviews Mia Cuba for the arts programme Arena on RTE Radio 1, public radio, broadcast 27 September 2010
- Assembly. Group show opening 23 September 2010 thru 12 January 2011 at the Highlanes Municipal Gallery, Drogheda, Ireland
- Jackie Nickerson has been nominated for the Prix Pictet Prize 2011
- Museum der Moderne (MdM), Salzburg, Austria ’Press Art’, the Annette and Peter Nobel Collection
3 July 2010 – 24 October 2010
The exhibition “Press Art. The Collection Annette and Peter Nobel“ at the MdM MÖNCHSBERG is devoted to art associated with mass print media. The private art collection gathered by Peter Nobel, a prominent Swiss media and commercial lawyer, which today comprises more than 700 works of art, is presented in Austria for the very first time. A selection of 360 works, chosen by guest curator Christoph Doswald, will be shown in Salzburg. The collection is not an encyclopedic presentation of various works dealing with print media, but is based on the principle of randomness. The collection randomly and effortlessly combines works by renowned international artists with works that only have regional significance. The resulting combinations, interrelations and juxtapositions give visitors an insight into 20th century art related to print media but also highlight the influence of mass print media on our society and culture.
- Noorderlicht TV interview, 5 September 2010
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- Fries Museum, Turfmarkt 11, Leeuwarden, Holland, 5 September – 31 October
Catalogue - 2010 Country Life in the Urban Age, pub. Nooderlicht, Holland
- Irish Museum of Modern Art, ‘Collecting the New’
group exhibition curated by Johanne Mullan and Georgie Thompson 19 May – 8 August 2010
- Istituto Nazionale per la Grafica, ‘Translating - Citing – Contaminating’ group show curated by Alida Moltedo,
21 May – 18 July 2010 Exhibiting artists include Francis Bacon, Joel Peter Witkin, Sherry Levine.
- Butler Gallery, Kilkenny, ‘GULF’ solo exhibition opening 24 April – 6 June 2010
Like many newly prosperous regions, the Gulf charts a course between specific traditional local culture and the global everywhere of the contemporary developed world.
Economic prosperity and technological advancement are transforming all forms of cultural activity. The desire to increase the standard of living, enjoy foreign products and ideas and adopt new technology and practices can enhance as well as disrupt cultural values. As a result there is a certain amount of displacement of traditional cultural practices by the incorporation of new technologies and cultural ideas. There is evidence of this in the interplay between architecture, commerce and technology.
The local is a matter of culture and ethnicity whilst the global invokes uniformity and commoditized blandness. In the local we have the specific and the particular. We have a sense of relevance and utility. Globalization usually involves the use of a variety of instruments of homogenization that are then reinvented and absorbed into local political and cultural economies. The juxtapostion of the old and new begin to create new social landscapes.
Scarcity of resources has informed desert culture. The climate and environment dictate the importance of utility. The images of found objects of the everyday address fundamental concerns of how we choose to live and how we want to develop our culture. They become metaphors for the dilemma of our modern existence.
- Musée de L’Hospice Comtesse, ‘Ten Miles Round’ solo exhibition curated by
Gabriel Bauret for Transphotographiques
19 May – 20 June 2010
- The New Yorker blog, ‘On and Off the Walls’: A First Look at Pier 24, 31 March, 2010
- Jackie Nickerson has received a Culture Ireland / Cultúr Éireann award 2010
- Source Magazine, ‘Belonging and Visiting’ by Colin Graham, Spring 2010, pgs. 62/63
- Invited Artist, Royal Hibernian Academy, group show, 23 May – 31 July 2010
- Jackie Nickerson has been awarded a bursary by the Arts Council of Ireland, 2010
- Abdijdmuseum, Ten Duinen, Belgium ‘Act of Faith’, group show, curated by Wim Melis, 6 March – 16 May 2010
- The Armory Show, showing work with Jack Shainman Gallery at Pier 94, 4-7 March 2010
- Irish Arts Review, ‘The Everyday Gaze’ by Stephanie McBride, Winter 2009, ‘pgs. 62/63