Jaimie Warren

Jaimie Warren

Jaimie Warren (b. 1980, Waukesha, Wisconsin, USA) lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. She earned a BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute (2002). Warren is a recipient of the Baum Award for an Emerging American Photographer (2014), the Lighton International Artist Exchange Program grant (2007), the Rocket Projects grant funded by the Charlotte Street Foundation and the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts (2013, 2010), a United States Presidential Scholars Program Teacher Recognition Award (2011), and has had a solo artist monograph published by Aperture (2008). Her work has been included in the exhibitions You Are Not Alone, Higher Pictures, New York (2015); That’s What Friends Are For, The Hole, New York (2014); Jaimie Warren: 2014 Baum Award, San Francisco Camerawork (2014); The WHOAS of Female Tragedy II, The Hole, New York (2013); Double Portraits, San Diego Museum of Art (2013); ArtPOP, Musee d’Art Contemporain (2013); The WHOAS of Female Tragedy, Miami Dade College Museum of Art & Design (2012); The Kids Are All Right, Kunsthal Rotterdam (2012); New York Minute, Garage Center for Contemporary Culture, Moscow (2011); Recent Photographs, Atlanta Contemporary Art Center (2010); Thinking Photography, Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City (2010); You are so Beautiful in the Face, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City (2009); Urban Jealousy, 1st International Biennial of Tehran, Istanbul (2008); and Don’t You Feel Better, White Flag Projects, St. Louis (2007). Her work has been featured in numerous publications including the New York Times, i-D, Huffington Post, New York Magazine, Paper, and Dazed & Confused. Warren is Co-Creator/Co-Director of the faux public access television show Whoop Dee Doo, a traveling, artist-led project that creates ambitious installations and live performances internationally, generally through universities, festivals, arts organizations, and museums worldwide.

Artist’s website
The Hole
Whoop Dee Doo

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