Jason Wallace Studio

Jason Wallace Studio

Jason is best known for his work dealing with consciousness, public policy and perception within the American construct. Jason's work investigates interpersonal relationships; and personal connections to material objects. His art explores the behaviors of consumption and accumulation within contemporary consciousness.

Wallace's interest in minimalism is prevalent throughout his bodies of work. He uses signifiers, signs & symbols, and iconography to examine the New Realism of the everyday. With a very formative relationship to public art, social practice, and community engagement, Wallace has an interesting approach to his practice. His work ties into the critical postmodern art theory from Roland Barthes, "The death of the author is at the birth of the reader." This statement is at the heart of Wallace's art-making practice that believes that the viewer/audience genuinely gives life to art beyond the maker's intention. Also, with the belief that, in conceptual art, ideas create art, as opposed to the artist, Jason's work is conceptual. 

Jason attended the (SAIC) School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Howard University, and Brooks Institute of Photography. He received his Masters at Tufts University in conjunction with (SMFA) the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Jason Wallace is originally from the South-Side of Chicago, Illinois, but currently lives and works in New York City.




Giclée Fine-Art Prints

Our Giclée Fine Art Prints are produced on heavy-matte, acid-free 300gsm cotton photo-paper with 100% archival inks. Our full-time chemists formulate all substrates in-house to achieve museum-quality detail and color vibrancy that is protected for 100+ years.

Gallery-Quality Frames

Our hand-crafted, precision cut solid pine frames were designed specifically for artists and photographers. Narrow on the front and deep on the sides, our slim moulding provide a clean, sharp frame for your art and allows all focus to be on the work. Hanging hardware is included so your artwork is ready to hang as soon as it arrives. 

UV-Protective Acrylic

Our acrylic is more expensive than glass, but we use it because it’s clearer, far more impact resistant, and protects your art against UV rays. Framing-grade acrylic has become a new standard in framing because of its “clear” benefits.


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