ARTISTS : JEFF LADOUCEUR
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EXHIBITIONS AT ZIEHERSMITH
Amen, 2013
Do The Apocalypse, 2009
Idiot Wind, 2006
Schmo, 2004

JEFF LADOUCEUR BIO
1976
Born in Vancouver, British Columbia
Lives and works in New York

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2013
Wil Aballe Art Projects, Vancouver, British Columbia
Amen, ZieherSmith, New York
2012
Jeff Ladouceur, Twig Gallery, Brussels
2009
Barefoot in the Head, Richard Heller Gallery, Santa Monica
Do The Apocalypse, ZieherSmith, New York
2008
Floater, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver
Long May You Run, Taché-Lévy Gallery, Brussels
2006
Idiot Wind, ZieherSmith, New York
Sleep Country, Richard Heller Gallery, Los Angeles
2005
Galerie Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois, Paris, France
2004
Schmo, ZieherSmith, New York
Atelier Gallery, Vancouver
2003
Clods, Luft Gallery, Toronto
2002
Hob Nob, Xeno Gallery/Dadabase, Vancouver
2001
Ebola, The Vice Store Gallery, Montreal
2000
Shmoe, The Vertical Gallery, Open Space, Victoria, British Columbia

GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2014
Ducks, Greenpoint Terminal Gallery, Brooklyn, New York
2013
Inner Journeys, Maison Particuliere Art Center, Brussels
2012
Where My Cones At?, curated by Ryan Travis Christian, Double Break, San Diego, CA
Corpus, Curated by Wil Aballe, Quinary Art Projects, Vancouver, BC
Portrait of a Generation,The Hole, New York
Sleep of Reason, curated by Jennifer Cane,Yukon Art Center, White Horse
Home on La Grange, Jaus Art, Los Angeles
2011
Facemaker, curated by Kathy Grayson, Royal/T, Los Angeles
BNA, ZieherSmith Pop up gallery, Nashville, TN
Family Shirt, Krets Gallery, Malmo, Sweden
2010
Other Editions, curated by Paul Butler, Jessica Bradley Art & Projects, Toronto
Draw, curated by Erik Foss and Curse Mackey, Museo de la Cuidad de Mexico, Mexico City
Fax, curated by Joao Ribas and Jenny Western, Plug-in ICA, Winnipeg
Fax, Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil, Mexico City
Natural Kachina, Les Gallery, Vancouver
Journey into Whatever, Gallery Connexion, Frederiction, New Brunswick
No Sex No Life, 304 Days, Vancouver
2009
Les vitrines, FRAC -ile -de-France, Le Plateau, Paris
2008
Draw, StolenSpace, London
Brevity's Rainbow, Cinders Gallery, Brooklyn
2007
In Full Cry, curated by Matt Leines and Taylor McKimens, New Image Art, Los Angeles
Tinyvices, curated by Tim Barber, White Flag Projects, St. Louis
Tinyvices, curated by Tim Barber, Colette, Paris
2006
On-Line: Contemporary Drawing, Sonoma State University Art Gallery, Rohnert Park, CA
Tim Barber: Tinyvices.com, Priebe Gallery, University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh
Collage Party, curated by Paul Butler, ZieherSmith, New York
Canadian Group Show, Cinders Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Tiny Vices, curated by Tim Barber, Spencer Brownstone, New York
Another Other, Cooper Gallery, University of Dundee, Scotland
2005
Psyclops Dreams, Access Artist Run Center, Vancouver
Paul Butler's Collage Party, AntiSocial Gallery, Vancouver
2004
Juxtapoz Show, Fuse Gallery, New York
Important Canadian Art, ZieherSmith, New York
2003
From the private collection of Gerard Doody, Space 1026, Philadelphia
Group Show, Luft Gallery, Toronto
There's a monster under your bed, The Crying Room, Vancouver
were you alright yesterday?, White Columns, New York
2002
Group Show, Atelier Gallery, Vancouver
Perfect Day, Sanctuary Artsite/JDK Design, Burlington, Vermont
2000
Wild Turkey, Rogue Art, Annex Gallery, Victoria, BC

BIBLIOGRAPHY
Ken Johnson, “Jeff Ladouceur: Amen”, The New York Times, June 20, 2013
Louis M Schmidt, "Jeff Ladouceur: 'AMEN' at ZieherSmith, NY", San Francisco Arts Quarterly, June 13, 2013
Austin English, "Jeff Ladouceur: Elastic Being", White Hot Magazine, April 2013
Megan Abrahams, “Oh Canada @ Mass MoCA” White Hot Magazine, January 2013
Caleb Beyers, "Jibberjabber," Interview, Color Magazine, Vol.9 (issue 1), March 2011
Laura Huton, “ArtScene: BNA: from Brooklyn to Nashville,” Nashville Scene, August 2011
Gillian Damborg, "Jeff Ladouceur," Interview, Hearty Magazine, number 9, July 2010
Carlo McCormick, "Opinion," PAPER Magazine (August 2008), images
Robin Laurence, "Floater's monument to levity at the Vancouver Art Gallery," Georgia Straight, August 13, 2008
James Trainor, "Crossovers," Border Crossings 25:4 (Issue 100), November 2006
Debra Koppman, "Preview: On Line," Artweek, October 2006, image
Steven Stern, "Collage Party," Frieze 101, September 2006
Christopher Mooney, "Peripheral visions," Modern Painters, July/August 2006
Sammy Harkham, ed., Kramers Ergot 6 (June 2006), images
Andrew Leland, ed., The Believer (February 2006), images
The Walrus 2:6 & 2:7 (July/August & September 2005), images
Sean G. Park, “Invisible things out of me—Jeff Ladouceur,” Art Price 18 (April 2005)
"Jeff Ladoucuer, Juxtapoz #B&W (Spring 2005)
Lee Henderson, "Jeff Ladouceur," Border Crossings 23:4 (November 2004), cover image
"Downtown Guide," The Villager, October 27, 2004, image
Ken Johnson, "Jeff Ladouceur," The New York Times, October 22, 2004
"Drawing: Schmo Cool," The New York Sun, October 15, 2004, images
Scott Zieher, "Market: The Rise of NADA," Art Review, April 2004
Roger D. Hodge, ed., "Readings," Harpers Magazine, February 2004, images
Mattathias Schwartz, ed., "Arts and Letters," The Philadelphia Independent 1:11, September 2003, image
Lori Hill, "First Friday Focus: The Gerard Doody Collection," Philadelphia City Paper, September 4-11, 2003
Pol Williams, "Fresh Art," Hive Magazine 1:1 (Summer 2003), Toronto
Jamie O'Shea, ed., Juxtapoz Magazine 11:4 (July/August 2003), San Francisco, image
Donald Goddard, "were you alright yesterday?," NewYorkArtWorld, March 2003
Ken Johnson, "Were You Alright Yesterday?," The New York Times, February 14, 2003
Mary Reys, "were you alright yesterday? at White Columns," BussBuss, February 2003
Donato Mancini, "Drawings," Broken Pencil Magazine 19, Summer 2002
Nathan McCafferty, "Ebola," Vice Magazine 9:3
Mark Slutsky, "Perfect Day," Montreal Mirror, July 25, 2002
Patricia Perron, "Ebola," Ici, February 21, 2002, Montreal
Hal Niedzvieki, "Heck," Broken Pencil Magazine 15, Spring 2001

PUBLICATIONS
2013
Amen, booklet of drawings, published by Nieves, Zurich
2010
Holy Moly, book of drawings, published by L'Oie de Cravan, Montreal
2004
Schmo, book of drawings, published by L'Oie de Cravan, Montreal
2002
Robert Dayton and Jordan Strom, "Hob Nob" catalogue, Xeno Gallery, Vancouver
2001
Ebola, book of drawings, published by L'Oie de Cravan, Montreal
2000
Heck, zine (booklet of drawings), self published