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Unique Bronze Ice Cream Cones
5 1/2 X 4 X 3 1/2 inches (Approximate)
Bronze
2016
Each cone is unique

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Unique Bronze Ice Cream Cone #2

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Unique Bronze Ice Cream Cone #3

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Unique Bronze Ice Cream Cone #4

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Unique Bronze Ice Cream Cone #5

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Unique Bronze Ice Cream Cone #6

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Unique Bronze Ice Cream Cone #1

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Unique Bronze Ice Cream Cone #7

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monochrome lamp, 2014

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clock #1, 2013

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clock #2, 2013

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clock #3, 2013


basket #2, 2013


basket #3, 2013


basket #4, 2013

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pendant lamp #1, 2013

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large pendant lamp #1, 2013

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pendant lamp #4, 2013

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Dinosaur Desk Lamp, (2011) SOLD

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Horizontal, Diagonal, and Vertical Striation Lamp (2009) SOLD

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Double Headed Lamp (2009)
Unique Piece SOLD

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Dinosaur Lamp (2009)
Unique Piece SOLD

JASON MEADOWS

Born in Indianapolis, 1972.
Lives in Los Angeles.1994

1994 School of the Art Institute of Chicago, BFA
1998 University of California, MFA

Solo Exhibitions
2008
Marc Foxx, Los Angeles

2007
“A Light in the Attic”, Corvi-Mora, London

2006
“Life on Mars”, Marc Foxx, Los Angeles
“Spatio Virtuo Teatro”, South Coast Repertory, Costa Mesa, CA

2005
“Light Year/Clear Spot”, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York

2004
Corvi-Mora, London

2003
“Order in the Court”, Marc Foxx, Los Angeles
“Disconnect Notice”, Corvi-Mora, London
Els Hanappe, Underground, Athens

2002
“Animals Eyes”, Marc Foxx, Los Angeles
Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York
Studio Guenzani, Milan

2001
Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York
Corvi-Mora, London

2000
Studio Guenzani, Milan
Marc Foxx, Los Angeles

1998
Brent Petersen Gallery, Los Angeles, (with Jorge Pardo)

1997
Room 702, Los Angeles

Group Exhibitions
2008
“Legend”, Centre d’ Art Contemporain, Charamande, France
“Run, Run”, Collins Gallery, Glasgow
“Globetrotters”, 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles
“The Object is the Mirror Part II”, Wilkinson, London
Glasgow International Festival, Collins Gallery, Strathclyde University, Glasgow
“Marc Camille Chaimowicz: ‘… In the Cherished Company of Others…’ “, De
Appel, Amsterdam, traveling to PMMK Ostende

2007
The Object is the Mirror”, Layr Wüstenhagen Contemporary, Wien
“Sublime: Experiences and Perceptions in Contemporary Sculpture”, Pilar Parra & Romero, Madrid

2006
“Red Eye. LA Artists from the Rubell Family Collection”, Rubell Family Collection, Miami
“The Female Machine”, Sister, Los Angeles

2005
“ETC.”, Le Consortium, Dijon
“Sculpture new spirit”, Galerie Nathalie Obadia, Paris
Marc Foxx, Los Angeles
“Sculptures d’Appartement”,Musee Departemental d’Art Contemporain, Rochechouart, France
“Culturecounter”, Gavin Brown’s Enterprise at Passerby, New York

2004
“Expander”, Royal Academy of Arts, 6 Burlington Gardens, London
“The Thought That Counts”, Sister, Los Angeles (organised by Jason Meadows)

2003
“Painting on Sculpture”, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York

2002
“Collectors Program. Sammlung Köhn”, Krinzinger Projekte, Wien
“Officina America”, Villa Delle Rose, Bologna

2001
Marc Foxx, Los Angeles
“New Work”, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York
“Locating Drawing”, Lawing Gallery, Houston
“Brown”, The Approach, London
“MIse en Scene”, CCAC, San Francisco (cat)

2000
“Mise en Scene”, Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica (cat)
“Tri-Annuale (part 3): Pinwheel”, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles
Monika Sprüth & Philomene Magers, Köln, Germany
Corvi-Mora, London

1999
“Opere Su Carta”, Studio Guenzani, Milan
Philomene Magers Projekte, Munich, Germany
“Caught”, 303 Gallery, New York
“Down to Earth”, Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York
“Drive -By: new art from LA”, South London Gallery, London

1998
“Low”, Marc Foxx, Los Angeles
“Local Heroes”, Beyond Baroque, Los Angeles, curated by Blum & Poe
“Brighten the Corners”, Marianne Boesky, New York, curated by Dennis Cooper
“mengenbüro”, Neuer Aachener Kunstverein, Aachen, Germany

1997
“New Langton Arts 13th Annual Artists’ Auction”, San Francisco
“Malibu Sex Party”, Purple, Los Angeles

1996
“Custom Complex”, Helen Lindhurst Gallery, Los Angeles
Huntingdon Beach Art Centre, California
“The Group Show”, travelling exhibition, Cal Arts, University of Southern California and

1995
“Some of you who are now reading these words will journey out into that sea of dead ships, missing
planes, doomed men, and destroyed hopes and vanish… forever lost”, New Works Gallery, Chicago

1994
“Eye Fiction / Non Fiction”, Gallery 2, Chicago
“First Degree Exhibition”, Betty Rymer Gallery, Chicago
“BFA Thesis Exhibition”:, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago
“The Pilsen Shows”, White Horse Gallery, Chicago

1993
“Area Student Exhibition”, Gallery 954, Chicago

Bibliography
2008
Alexander Kennedy, “The Art of Science”, The List, Issue 600, April

2007
Catherine Taft, “Globetrotters”, ArtReview, April, p.137

2006
Sonia Campagnola, “Focus Los Angeles”, Flash Art International, January/February, p.72

2005
Brian Sholis, “Jason Meadows”, Artforum.com, March
Neil Mulholland, “Expander”, Frieze, January/February, p.125

2004
Matthew Higgs, “Best of 2004”, Artforum, December, pp.156-157
Jean Dykstra, “Painting on Sculpture”, ArtReview, March, p.102

2003
Catharine O’Shea, “Jason Meadows:Disconnect Notice”, What’s On, July 9-16, p.24
Bruce Hainley, “Jason Meadows”, Artforum, February, p.145

2002
David Pagel, “When a Pack Rat Gets Creative”, Los Angeles Times, November 8
JJ Charlesworth, “Sign and Substance in Recent Sculpture”, Artext, Fall, pp.36-43
Charlotte Mullins, “West to East and back”, The Royal Academy Magazine, Autumn, p.47
Merrily Kerr, “Jason Meadows”, Flash Art, July/September, p.117
Sarah Valdez, “Jason Meadows”, Time Out New York, May 23-30, p.76

2001
Michael Wilson, Frieze, September, p.91
Alex Farquharson, Art Monthly, May, pp.33-35
David Bonetti, “Bay City Best: Top Picks for the Coming Week”, San Francisco Chronicle, January 28, p.4
Kenneth Baker, “Just Look at the Sculpture and there is Los Angeles”, San Francisco Chronicle, January 27, pp.
B1, B10

2000
Josh Blackwell, “MISE EN SCENE; New LA Sculpture”, Art Issues, September/October, p.56
Christopher Knight, “Jason Meadows, Marc Foxx, Los Angeles”, Art issues,
September/October, p.47
Bruce Hainley, “Towards a Funner Lacoon”, Artforum, Summer, pp.166-173
Christopher Knight, “A Web of Illusion”, Los Angeles Times, June 28
David Pagel, Los Angeles Times, May 5
Jörn Ebner, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, April 8

1999
“Object Lesson”, Jason Meadows & Evan Holloway interview one another,
Cakewalk, Fall 1999, Issue 3, p.6
George Melrod, “Young at Art”, Los Angeles Magazine, November
Alex Farquharson, “Drive -By: New Art from LA”, review, Frieze, September/October
Barry Schwabsky, “Suddenly This Summer”, Art in America, October 1999

1998
Dennis Cooper, “Openings”, Artforum, May, p.136
Grady Turner, “Brighten the Corners: Five Artists from Los Angeles”, NY Arts, May
Roberta Smith, “Brighten the Corners: Five Artists from Los Angeles”, New York Times, April 24
Claudine Ise, “Finding New Uses for Household Items”, L.A Times, April 11
“A Portfolio of Los Angeles Artists”, Zyzzyva, Spring, p.133
Sue Spaid, “L.A Undercover”, Art Papers, March/April, p.14
Sue Spaid, “Cross Town Traffic”, L.A Weekly, March 6-12
Bruce Hainley, “Malibu Sex Party / Purple”, Artforum, February, p.98
Suzanne Muchnic, “Bye-Bye Baby Bergamot; Hello, Wilshire”, Los Angeles Times Calendar, January 11

1997
Robert Goff, “Culture comes to Hollywood”, Forbes, December 1, p.344

1995
Faultline, Volume IV, Journal of Art and Literature, University of California, Irvine