Born 1981 Morgentown, West Virginia
Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY
BFA, The University of Texas at Austin
MFA, Virginia Commonwealth University
SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS
The Old New World, Grimm Gallery, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Doubled Vision, Art Palace Gallery, Houston, Texas
Johan Pilgrim and the Cave of Wonders, Man & Eve Gallery, London, United Kingdom
The Book of Lenny, Art Palace Gallery, Austin, Texas
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
Traces, Peter Blum Gallery, New York (May 29th – August 1st)
Resonance(s), Maison Particuliere, Brussels, Belgium
Facing Nature, Museum Belvédère, Heerenveen, the Netherlands
Saturated Phenomena, Wildlife, Brooklyn, New York
New and Greatest Hits: Selected Work by Texas Biennial Artists 2005-2011, Big Medium, Austin, Texas
Traces of Life, Wentrup, Berlin, Germany
Liberti(n)es, Open Space, Baltimore, Maryland, curated by Keith J. Varadi
Hybrid Forms, AMOA-Arthouse, Austin, Texas
Heel Gezellig, Grimm Gallery, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, curated by Matthew Day Jackson
Exit Strategy, White Box Gallery, New York
The Wrong Miracle, Galeria NoMinimo, Guayaquil, Ecuador
New Works for the Collection, The Blanton Museum of Art, Austin, Texas
MFA Thesis Exhibitions, Anderson Gallery, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia
3.5, Reference Art Gallery, Richmond, Virginia
It’s in the Bank, Candidacy Exhibit, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia
Almost Famous, Reynolds Gallery, Richmond, Virginia
Modern Art, Modern Lives, Austin Museum of Art, Austin, Texas
The Longest Day of the Year, Art Palace Gallery, Austin, Texas
I-35 Biennial Invitational, Dunn and Brown Contemporary, Dallas, Texas
SXSW Film Festival Experimental Shorts, Dobie Theater, Austin, Texas
Uncharted Territory, Sixspace, Los Angeles, California
Introductions, Mulcahy Modern, Dallas, Texas
Droppin’ Drawers, Okay Mountain, Austin, Texas
Drawing Inside/Out, Lawndale Art Center, Houston, Texas
New American Paintings, print exhibition
Recent Work, Rudolph Projects, Houston, Texas
New American Talent, the 20th Exhibition, Arthouse at the Jones Center, Austin, Texas
Texas Biennial, Gallery Lombardi, Austin, Texas
Bozzi, Nicola. “Project Space: Jonathan Marhsall.” Frieze 18 November 2013.
Boehl, Dan. “Project Space: Jonathan Marshall.” …might be good Issue 139. The Everyday Uncanny, 15 January 2010. Web.
Schulze, Troy. “Capsule Art Reviews: ‘Jonathan Marshall-Double Vision.” Houston Free Press. 24 February 2010.
Vogel, Wendy. “Jonathan Marshall at Art Palace.” ArtForum January 2010.
Geha, Katie. “Where Are We Going? Artists Address the Issues of the 21st Century.” …it might be good Issue 106. Forensic-like Activity, 19 September 2008. Web.
Castillo, Salvador. “The Book of Lenny.” Austin Chronicle Vol. 27 No. 12 November 2007: 81.
Cameron, Dan. “Premeditated Chaos.” ArtL!es No. 47 Summer 2005: 44-49.
Koper, Racher. “Oh, Give Me a Home.” Austin Chronicle Vol. 24 No. 44 July 2005: 34-36.
Van Ryzin, Jeanne Claire. “Don’t Judge Work of ‘New American Talen’ Artists by the Curator’s Essay.” Austin American-Statesman 30 June 2005: 27.
Bale, Mark. “Truffle Shuffle at Camp Fig.” Voices of Art Magazine Vol. 13 No. 1 Spring 2004: 22.
The Zabludowicz Collection
The Contemporary Austin
Jack S. Blanton Museum of Art