VISHAL JUGDEO

Born
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
Lives and works in Los Angeles, California

Education

2007 Master of Fine Arts, University of California, Los Angeles, California

2005 Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, Maine

2003 Bachelor of Fine Arts, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Solo Exhibitions

2013 The Thing That Precedes The You, Thomas Solomon Gallery, Los Angeles, California

Frame Rate, LAND (Los Angeles Nomadic Division), Los Angeles, California

2010 Violent Broadcast, Las Cienegas Projects, Los Angeles, California

2009 Square Configuration (Decorum) Study, Helen Pitt Gallery Artist Run Centre, Vancouver,
British Columbia, Canada

2008 Surplus Room, LA><ART, Los Angeles, California

2005 Video About Sculpture, Western Front, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

2004 An Arrangement of Things, Xeno Gallery, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Group Exhibitions

2012 Made in L.A. 2012, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA

Summer Selections, Thomas Solomon Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Y as in Yet, Shanaynay Gallery, Paris, FR

Out-of-_______, Michael Benevento Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2011 Livret III, Motive Gallery, Amsterdam, NL

The End of Money, Witte de With Centre for Contemporary Arts, Rotterdam, NL

Video Program, Kaleidoscope Arena, ROMA Art Fair, Rome, Italy

Elastic Frames, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow, UK

2010 The Regional at Art Basel Miami Beach, curated by Lauri Firstenberg

California Biennial 2010, Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, California
(catalogue)

Quadruple-Consciousness, Vox Populi, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, curated by Malik Gaines

2009 Ulli & Lucrecia's Lustige Guppenausstellung mit Party, Five Thirty Three, Los Angeles, California

Tables and Chairs, D'Amelio Terras Gallery, New York City, New York

The Chef's Theory, Five Thirty Three, Los Angeles, California

No Soul For Sale, (presented by LA><ART), X-initiative, New York City, New York

1999, China Art Objects, Los Angeles, California

Five Night Stand, Bonaventure Hotel, CAA Conference, Los Angeles, California

Square Configuration (Decorum Study), special project presented by LA><ART at  ART LA

2008 LA25 Half-Life, LACE (Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions), Los Angeles, California

LA25, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, LLP, Los Angeles, California

Boofthle Booth-Booth, Pauline, Los Angeles, California, curated by Mateo Tannatt

Accidental Modernism,  Leslie Tonkonow Gallery, New York City, New York, curated by Christopher Eamon

2007 Read Me! Text in Art, curated by Malik Gaines, Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena, California

New Insight Exhibition at Art Chicago, curated by Suzanne Ghez, Chicago, Illinois

UCLA MFA Exhibition, Wight Gallery, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA

Since Before and After, Invitational Alumni Exhibition, Bartlett Gallery, Simon Fraser
University, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

2006 Sorry Window, window installation at LA><ART, Los Angeles, California

Bring the War Home, Elizabeth Dee Gallery, New York City, New York and Q.E.D. Gallery, Los Angeles, California 

2004 Production, Consumption, Function, curated by Jeremy Todd, Helen Pitt Gallery,
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (collaboration with 'The Meeting')

2003 On Location, curated by Monika Szewczyck, Belkin Satellite Gallery, Vancouver, British
Columbia, Canada

Awards and Residencies

2011 Canada Council for the Arts, Visual Arts Project Grant

2011 Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant

2006 Art Council Scholarship, University of California, Los Angeles

2005 Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, ME

2005 Lillian Levinson Fellowship, University of California, Los Angeles

2003 Summer Studio, Belkin Satellite Gallery, Vancouver, Canada

2002 Helen Pitt Graduating Scholarship in Visual Art, Simon Fraser University

 

Exhibition Catalogues

Ellegood, Anne, and Lauri Firstenberg, Malik Gaines, Cesar Garcia, Ali Subotnick, Made in LA, Los Angeles: Hammer Museum, 2012

Gaitan, Juan, ed. The End of Money, Rotterdam: Witte De With Publications, 2011

Gaines, Malik, Quadruple Consciousness, Philadelphia: Vox Populi, 2011

Bancroft, Sarah, ed. California Biennial 2010, Newport Beach: Orange County Museum of Art, 2010

Bibliography

2012 Meyers, Terry R. "Made in LA 2012," Brooklyn Rail, July/August 2012

Finkel, Jori, "Hammer biennial lends artists a helping hand," Los Angeles Times, May 25, 2012

Fitzpatrick, Kyle, "Made in LA; Vishal Judgeo," LA I'm Yours www.laimyours.com, April 28, 2012

2011 Van Gelder, Hilde, "The End of Money," Artforum Critics' Picks, July 21, 2011

Lei, Machteld, "The End of Money," Kunstbeeld, Netherlands, August 31, 2011

Smets, Sandra, "Versnipperde bankiljetten zijn kunst geworden," NRC Handelsblad, June 29, 2011

Lassry, Elad, "Vishal Judgeo: Violent Broadcast," Flash Art, Vol. XLIV, No. 278, May-June 2011

2010 Fallon, Roberta, "Quadruple Consciousness," Philadelphia Weekly, December 29, 2010

Newhall, Edith, "What Nina Says," The Philadelphia Inquirer, December 19, 2010

Kopp, Celine, "Jesse Aron Green and Vishal Judgeo," ZeroDeux, Issue 52, March 2010

Coburn, Tyler.  "Reclaim the Street (Theater)."  ArtReview, Issue 39, March: 104-107
(illustrated).

Firstenberg, Lauri.  “Looking Forward 2010,” Frieze, Issue 128, January-February.

2009 Cotter, Holland.  “Restoring the ‘Eek’ to Eking Out a Living,” The New York Times,
June 24.

Peck, Aaron.  “Vishal Jugdeo at the Helen Pitt,'” Akimbo.biz, January 20.

Kajander, Paul.  “Square Configuration (Decorum) Study,” (exhibition essay) Helen Pitt
Gallery Artist Run Centre, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, January.

Taft, Catherine.  “The Best Shows in Los Angeles in 2008,” Saatchi Online, January 3.

2008 Schad, Ed.  “Vishal Jugdeo: Surplus Room,”Art Review, Issue 24, July & August.

Gupta, Anjali.  “An Apophenia in Practice: Probing the Indefinite,” Artlies, Issue 57, Spring.

Moshayedi, Aram.  “A Passionate Attachment to Things: A conversation with Vishal
Jugdeo,” Art Papers, January.

2004 Turner, Michael.  “Thoughtful exhibit mixes art, labour and form,”
The Vancouver Sun, August 14.

Forkert, Kirsten.  “An Economy of Means,” Production, Consumption, Function
(exhibition essay), Helen Pitt Artist Run Centre, Vancouver, British Columbia,
Canada, January.

2003 Szewczyck, Monika.  “On Location,” (exhibition essay), Belkin Satellite Gallery,
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, September.

Public Collections

The Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, California