The White Columns Curated Artist Registry
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Jaqueline Cedar was born in Los Angeles, CA and currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. She received an MFA in Visual Arts from Columbia University. Recent exhibitions include solo shows at Cat Head Press, Indianapolis (2019), Marsh Gallery, Indiana University (2017), Crush Curatorial, Chelsea (2016), Steven Zevitas Gallery, Boston (2016) and 106 Green Gallery, Brooklyn (2014). She has also been included in exhibitions at David Risley Gallery Velvet Ropes, Copenhagen (2018), Zero Zero Velvet Ropes, Los Angeles (2018), Underdonk, Brooklyn (2018), The Hole Velvet Ropes, New York (2017), and Ortega y Gasset, Brooklyn (2017). Press includes Huffington Post, New American Paintings, Gorky's Granddaughter, Painters' Table, and The Boston Globe. Cedar's paintings and drawings address uncanny scenarios where characters engage themselves and one another with sincerity and purpose. Moments of desire, self-reflection, and lack of control motivate postures filled with bravado and vulnerability.