Jay Stuckey

Primarily working with painting and collage, Jay Stuckey creates compositions of familiar images using representational and abstract elements. The humor and accessibility of Stuckey’s work is counterbalanced by each piece’s hidden intricacy and purpose. Referencing his own subconscious and the confessional nature of Jungian psychoanalysis, Stuckey intends the immediacy of his work to present a line of inquiry and revelation to the viewer instead of imposing ideas. Stuckey intends his works to reveal themselves with subtlety and action, instilling the perseverance of his ongoing process.

 

EXHIBITIONS

Bye Jay Stuckey, by Jay Stuckey, March 11, 2017

PRIMA MATERIA, September 28 – November 9, 2013

Glad Day, September 3 – October 2, 2011

ALPTRAUM!, April 30 – June 4, 2011

Born 1968. Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA

 

EDUCATION

MFA, Painting, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago

1996

BA, Art, Brown University, Phi Betta Kappa, Magna Cum Laude

1990

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

Bye Jay Stuckey, by Jay Stuckey, Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles CA

2017

PRIMA MATERIA, Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles, CA

2013

New Work, with Anat Ebgi, Art Platform­–Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA

2012

New Work, with Anat Ebgi, NADA, Miami, FL

Glad Day, The Company, Los Angeles, CA

2011

New Work, Matrushka, Los Angeles, CA

2010

New Work, Northwest Vista College, San Antonio, TX

2008

Flying Saucer Take Me Away, 16:1 Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

2007

New Work, 16:1 Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

2005

Tora, Tora, Tora, Abel Raum für Neue Kunst, Berlin, DE

Airplanes, Strand On Volta, Washington, DC

2004

Spectrascope, 16:1 Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

2003

New Work, American Intercontinental University, Los Angeles, CA

2002

Big Day, Post Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

 2001

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

Art Los Angeles Contemporary, with Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles, CA

2017

ARCOmadrid, with Anat Ebgi, Madrid, ES

2016

She Sells Seashells by the Seashore, Eric Firestone Gallery, East Hampton, NY

NADA New York, with Anat Ebgi, New York, NY

ges.ture, curated by Carl Berg, arena 1 gallery, Santa Monica, CA

2015

Dallas Art Fair, with Anat Ebgi, Dallas, TX

Le Fil Rouge, curated by Lucie Fontaine, with Anat Ebgi, ALAC, Los Angeles, CA

2013

Transient Apocalypse, curated by Chris Pate, Irvine Fine Arts Center, Irvine CA

The Bearded Baby, Axis Gallery, Sacramento CA

ALPTRAUM!, curated by Jay Stuckey & Marcus Sendlinger, at the following spaces:

Transformer, Washington, DC

Cell Project Space, London, UK

Deutscher Kunstlerbund, Berlin, DE

The Company, Los Angeles, CA

Blank Projects, Cape Town, SA

Goethe Institute, Johannesburg, SA

Green Papaya Art Projects, Manila, PH

2012

Irrational Exhibits 8 (musician for Carol Cetrone), Track 16 Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

Into The Trees, Institut Franco-American, Rennes, FR

2011

Psychic Outlaws, Luckman Gallery, Cal State, Los Angeles, CA

Mail Art: The End Of The Earth, Finis Terrae Gallery-PASCA, Pont Aven, FR

This Land Is A Hand Game, Porthole Projects, Santa Fe, NM

2010

Sweet Subversives, Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA

Three Person Show, Jancar/McCorkle Projects, Los Angeles, CA

One Week Only, Jancar Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Big Boys, Andrew Shire Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2009

Mummify Me, Denver Community Museum, Denver, CO

Betwixt and Between, ACME, Los Angeles, CA

Flatmates, Transformer Gallery, Washington, DC

Inner Battles of the Imaginary Male, Andrew Shire Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2008

Wall/paper, Transformer Gallery, Washington, DC

Empowerment, Abel Raum für Neue Kunst, Berlin, DE

Faculty Exhibition, Brown University, Providence, RI

2007

Twisted Christmas, BGH Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

Four Years Later, Fe Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA

2005

The Living, The Dead, and The Living Dead, 16:1, Santa Monica, CA

Uncensored Gifts, Mt. San Jacinto College, San Jacinto, CA

Poly Copy, Un Appartment, Paris, FR

Transformers, Transformer Gallery, Washington, DC

Alptraum, Kuche-Kita Atelierhaus, Berlin, DE

Free Wall, Cal Poly University, Pomona, CA

The Gun And Knife Show, Fahrenheit Gallery, Kansas City, MO

Alias, The Bank, Kansas City, MO

Drawn Fictions, The Art Gym, Marylhurst University, OR

2004

Wheeling!, Cell Project Space, London, UK

In My Room, Pasadena City College Art Gallery, Pasadena, CA

Rapt, Fahrenheit Gallery, Kansas City, MO

2003

Irrational Propositions, Post Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Big Mind, Transformer Gallery, Washington, D.C.

Stray Show, Chicago Art Fair with Post, Chicago, IL

Relative Objects, Post Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2002

Zombie Dance Film Festival, Austin, TX

Monster Movieside Film Festival, Chicago, IL

Shock-O-Rama A-Go-Go Film Festival, Los Angeles, CA

100% Rag, Post Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2001

It’s A Mother, Aquarius Records, San Francisco, CA

Works On Paper, Post Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2000

 

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA

Sprint, Kansas City, Mo

Jay Dandy and Melissa Weber, Chicago, IL

Paula and Allan Rudnick, Los Angeles, CA

Sheridan Brown, Los Angeles, CA

August Uribe, New York, NY

John Souza, Los Angeles, CA

Judy and Stuart Spence, Los Angeles, CA

Adam Silverman, Los Angeles, CA

Jody Zellon, Los Angeles, CA

Suzie Aaron, Kansas City, Mo

 

PRESS

Brainard Carey, “Interview with Jay Stuckey,” Yale University Radio WYBC, March 16, 2016.

2016

Carlson Hatton, “Excerpt on Jay Stuckey,” The Benefit of Friends Collected, 2013.

Arthur Peña, “A Conversation: Jay Stuckey at Anat Ebgi,” New American Painters, October 2013.

2013

Miguel Szymanski, “Na Berlinda,” Expresso, October 2008.

Peter Clothier, “The Art of Outrage”, Art Scene Visual Radio, May 2008.

2008

Kurt Shaw, “Tragedy Examined”, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, October 13, 2005.

Thurston Moore, “Mix Tape: the art of cassette culture,” Universe, 2005.

2005

Charlene Roth, “Freewall”, Artweek, June 2004.

Devon Dikeou, “Airplanes and Mummies”, Zing Magazine, Winter 2004.

Bidisha Banerjee, “Airplanes”, Washington City Paper, March 19, 2004.

Jessica Dawson, “Menacing Machines”, Washington Post, March 18, 2004.

Glenn Dixon, “The Ceiling’s The Limit”, Express, March 4, 2004.

Jayla Ros, “Drawn Fictions”, The Organ, March 2004.

Robin Trafton, “Masked Artists”, Kansas City Star, February 27, 2004.

Oz McGuire, “Disguises and Doppelgangers”, Review Magazine, March 2004.

2004

Michael Darling, “Tomorrow’s…,” L.A. Times Magazine, September 28, 2003.

Oz McGuire, “Interview,” Review Magazine, September 2003.

Alice Thorson, “Absurd and Violent”, Kansas City Star, June 27, 2003.

Doug Kubert, “Best Pairing of Artists, Best of Kansas City”, The Pitch, October 9, 2003.

2003

John Judge, “Jay Stuckey: Post”, Zing Magazine, Issue 17, Autumn 2002.

Jessica Dawson, “Drawing Power”, Washington Post, December 19, 2002.

2002

Jay Stuckey

BIOGRAPHY

CV

Jay Stuckey, Installation View, Bye Jay Stuckey, by Jay Stuckey, Anat Ebgi, 2017
Jay Stuckey
Puppet Show (Opening Act), 2016
Oil on canvas
35 x 50 inches
Jay Stuckey
Carl Jung's Birthday, 2016
Oil and graphite on canvas
60x40 inches
Jay Stuckey
The Movies, 2016
Oil on canvas
60 x 44 inches
Jay Stuckey
Bouquet, 2016
Oil, graphite on canvas
60 x 44 inches
Jay Stuckey
Sleep Club, 2017
Oil on canvas
33 x 45 inches
Jay Stuckey
Puppet Show, 2017
Oil on canvas
40 x 28 inches
Jay Stuckey
You're Hot, 2016
Oil, oil stick, and graphite on canvas
17 x 25 1/2"
Jay Stuckey
I Am So Sorry, 2015
Oil, oil stick, graphite on canvas
36 x 68 inches
Jay Stuckey
Jihad, 2015
OIl, oil stick, graphite on canvas
33 x 45 inches
Jay Stuckey
Self Portrait with Doll, 2015
Oil, oil stick, and graphite on canvas
33 x 45 inches
Jay Stuckey
Floating, 2014
Oil on canvas
60 x 44 inches
Jay Stuckey
Man in Beast Beast in Man, 2013
Oil on canvas
62 x 65 inches
Jay Stuckey
Forgetting, 2014
Oil on canvas
33 x 24 inches
Jay Stuckey
Raft, 2014
Oil on canvas
60 x 44 inches
Jay Stuckey
Guardians of the Secret, 2012
Oil and collage on canvas
72 x 108 inches
Jay Stuckey
No. 56 The Wanderer, 2013
Oil and collage
58 x 74 inches
Jay Stuckey
Pallas Athena II, 2013
Oil and collage on canvas
44 x 60 inches
Jay Stuckey
Charley, 2013
Oil and collage on canvas
49 x 65 inches
Jay Stuckey
Orgy, 2012
Oil and collage on canvas
33 x 45 inches
Jay Stuckey
Dinner Party, 2012
Oil and collage on canvas
33 x 45 inches
Jay Stuckey
Fight II Nothing this evil can die, 2012
Oil and collage on canvas
33 x 45 inches
Jay Stuckey
Fuck You Fuck You Fuck You, 2011
Oil and collage on canvas
55 x 75 inches
Jay Stuckey
Here Comes The Girls, 2011
Oil on canvas
44 x 60 inches
Jay Stuckey
HQ, 2011
Oil and collage on canvas
75 x 55 inches
Jay Stuckey
East, 2011
Oil on canvas
44 x 60 inches

BIOGRAPHY

Primarily working with painting and collage, Jay Stuckey creates compositions of familiar images using representational and abstract elements. The humor and accessibility of Stuckey’s work is counterbalanced by each piece’s hidden intricacy and purpose. Referencing his own subconscious and the confessional nature of Jungian psychoanalysis, Stuckey intends the immediacy of his work to present a line of inquiry and revelation to the viewer instead of imposing ideas. Stuckey intends his works to reveal themselves with subtlety and action, instilling the perseverance of his ongoing process.

 

EXHIBITIONS

Bye Jay Stuckey, by Jay Stuckey, March 11, 2017

PRIMA MATERIA, September 28 – November 9, 2013

Glad Day, September 3 – October 2, 2011

ALPTRAUM!, April 30 – June 4, 2011

CV

Born 1968. Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA

 

EDUCATION

MFA, Painting, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago

1996

BA, Art, Brown University, Phi Betta Kappa, Magna Cum Laude

1990

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

Bye Jay Stuckey, by Jay Stuckey, Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles CA

2017

PRIMA MATERIA, Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles, CA

2013

New Work, with Anat Ebgi, Art Platform­–Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA

2012

New Work, with Anat Ebgi, NADA, Miami, FL

Glad Day, The Company, Los Angeles, CA

2011

New Work, Matrushka, Los Angeles, CA

2010

New Work, Northwest Vista College, San Antonio, TX

2008

Flying Saucer Take Me Away, 16:1 Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

2007

New Work, 16:1 Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

2005

Tora, Tora, Tora, Abel Raum für Neue Kunst, Berlin, DE

Airplanes, Strand On Volta, Washington, DC

2004

Spectrascope, 16:1 Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

2003

New Work, American Intercontinental University, Los Angeles, CA

2002

Big Day, Post Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

 2001

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

Art Los Angeles Contemporary, with Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles, CA

2017

ARCOmadrid, with Anat Ebgi, Madrid, ES

2016

She Sells Seashells by the Seashore, Eric Firestone Gallery, East Hampton, NY

NADA New York, with Anat Ebgi, New York, NY

ges.ture, curated by Carl Berg, arena 1 gallery, Santa Monica, CA

2015

Dallas Art Fair, with Anat Ebgi, Dallas, TX

Le Fil Rouge, curated by Lucie Fontaine, with Anat Ebgi, ALAC, Los Angeles, CA

2013

Transient Apocalypse, curated by Chris Pate, Irvine Fine Arts Center, Irvine CA

The Bearded Baby, Axis Gallery, Sacramento CA

ALPTRAUM!, curated by Jay Stuckey & Marcus Sendlinger, at the following spaces:

Transformer, Washington, DC

Cell Project Space, London, UK

Deutscher Kunstlerbund, Berlin, DE

The Company, Los Angeles, CA

Blank Projects, Cape Town, SA

Goethe Institute, Johannesburg, SA

Green Papaya Art Projects, Manila, PH

2012

Irrational Exhibits 8 (musician for Carol Cetrone), Track 16 Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

Into The Trees, Institut Franco-American, Rennes, FR

2011

Psychic Outlaws, Luckman Gallery, Cal State, Los Angeles, CA

Mail Art: The End Of The Earth, Finis Terrae Gallery-PASCA, Pont Aven, FR

This Land Is A Hand Game, Porthole Projects, Santa Fe, NM

2010

Sweet Subversives, Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA

Three Person Show, Jancar/McCorkle Projects, Los Angeles, CA

One Week Only, Jancar Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Big Boys, Andrew Shire Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2009

Mummify Me, Denver Community Museum, Denver, CO

Betwixt and Between, ACME, Los Angeles, CA

Flatmates, Transformer Gallery, Washington, DC

Inner Battles of the Imaginary Male, Andrew Shire Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2008

Wall/paper, Transformer Gallery, Washington, DC

Empowerment, Abel Raum für Neue Kunst, Berlin, DE

Faculty Exhibition, Brown University, Providence, RI

2007

Twisted Christmas, BGH Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

Four Years Later, Fe Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA

2005

The Living, The Dead, and The Living Dead, 16:1, Santa Monica, CA

Uncensored Gifts, Mt. San Jacinto College, San Jacinto, CA

Poly Copy, Un Appartment, Paris, FR

Transformers, Transformer Gallery, Washington, DC

Alptraum, Kuche-Kita Atelierhaus, Berlin, DE

Free Wall, Cal Poly University, Pomona, CA

The Gun And Knife Show, Fahrenheit Gallery, Kansas City, MO

Alias, The Bank, Kansas City, MO

Drawn Fictions, The Art Gym, Marylhurst University, OR

2004

Wheeling!, Cell Project Space, London, UK

In My Room, Pasadena City College Art Gallery, Pasadena, CA

Rapt, Fahrenheit Gallery, Kansas City, MO

2003

Irrational Propositions, Post Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Big Mind, Transformer Gallery, Washington, D.C.

Stray Show, Chicago Art Fair with Post, Chicago, IL

Relative Objects, Post Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2002

Zombie Dance Film Festival, Austin, TX

Monster Movieside Film Festival, Chicago, IL

Shock-O-Rama A-Go-Go Film Festival, Los Angeles, CA

100% Rag, Post Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2001

It’s A Mother, Aquarius Records, San Francisco, CA

Works On Paper, Post Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2000

 

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA

Sprint, Kansas City, Mo

Jay Dandy and Melissa Weber, Chicago, IL

Paula and Allan Rudnick, Los Angeles, CA

Sheridan Brown, Los Angeles, CA

August Uribe, New York, NY

John Souza, Los Angeles, CA

Judy and Stuart Spence, Los Angeles, CA

Adam Silverman, Los Angeles, CA

Jody Zellon, Los Angeles, CA

Suzie Aaron, Kansas City, Mo

 

PRESS

Brainard Carey, “Interview with Jay Stuckey,” Yale University Radio WYBC, March 16, 2016.

2016

Carlson Hatton, “Excerpt on Jay Stuckey,” The Benefit of Friends Collected, 2013.

Arthur Peña, “A Conversation: Jay Stuckey at Anat Ebgi,” New American Painters, October 2013.

2013

Miguel Szymanski, “Na Berlinda,” Expresso, October 2008.

Peter Clothier, “The Art of Outrage”, Art Scene Visual Radio, May 2008.

2008

Kurt Shaw, “Tragedy Examined”, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, October 13, 2005.

Thurston Moore, “Mix Tape: the art of cassette culture,” Universe, 2005.

2005

Charlene Roth, “Freewall”, Artweek, June 2004.

Devon Dikeou, “Airplanes and Mummies”, Zing Magazine, Winter 2004.

Bidisha Banerjee, “Airplanes”, Washington City Paper, March 19, 2004.

Jessica Dawson, “Menacing Machines”, Washington Post, March 18, 2004.

Glenn Dixon, “The Ceiling’s The Limit”, Express, March 4, 2004.

Jayla Ros, “Drawn Fictions”, The Organ, March 2004.

Robin Trafton, “Masked Artists”, Kansas City Star, February 27, 2004.

Oz McGuire, “Disguises and Doppelgangers”, Review Magazine, March 2004.

2004

Michael Darling, “Tomorrow’s…,” L.A. Times Magazine, September 28, 2003.

Oz McGuire, “Interview,” Review Magazine, September 2003.

Alice Thorson, “Absurd and Violent”, Kansas City Star, June 27, 2003.

Doug Kubert, “Best Pairing of Artists, Best of Kansas City”, The Pitch, October 9, 2003.

2003

John Judge, “Jay Stuckey: Post”, Zing Magazine, Issue 17, Autumn 2002.

Jessica Dawson, “Drawing Power”, Washington Post, December 19, 2002.

2002