September 5, 2022

Through appropriation, collage, and painting, Jeremy Chance makes art that ruminates on contemporary commercial imagery and its entanglements with technology, representation, mental health, and the body.

His work has been exhibited internationally, including at Office Baroque gallery, the Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens, and Maison Particulière in Belgium; the Djurhuus Collection in Copenhagen; Angell Gallery in Toronto; the Dalton Gallery at Agnes Scott College in Atlanta; and the Hecksher Museum of Art and La Mama Gallery in New York.  He received a BFA from the Atlanta College of Art in 2005, and an MFA from Hunter College in 2007.  Chance was born in 1983 in Tifton, GA.  He lives and works in New York’s Hudson Valley.

Jeremy, four-color woodcut.

Finished eight-color woodcut with screen print.

Jeremy inking photogravure plate, I.

Jeremy inking photogravure plate, II.