Jenna Gribbon 'Comment Section'
Jenna Gribbon 'Comment Section'
Jenna Gribbon 'Comment Section'
Jenna Gribbon 'Comment Section'

Jenna Gribbon 'Comment Section'

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Artist: Jenna Gribbon
Title: Comment Section
Medium: Fine Art Digital Print on Hahnemühle Photo Rag Ultra Smooth 305 gr 
Size: 11 x 8 in | 27.9 x 20.3 cm
Edition: of 20
Year: 2021
Notes: Hand signed & Numbered by the Artist. Printed by Chroma Center, New York. Artwork is in excellent condition & comes with Certificate of Authenticity. Custom Framed Floating on White Acid Free Matting with a Flat White Frame

Artist Profile: Jenna Gribbon, an American contemporary artist, is celebrated for her paintings that tenderly capture moments involving her friends, son, and girlfriend in intimate portraits.

Biographical Details: Born in Knoxville, USA, in 1978, Gribbon currently resides and creates in the vibrant artistic landscape of Brooklyn, New York. Her artistic journey includes the attainment of an MFA from Hunter College. Gribbon's diverse body of work has been showcased in a variety of esteemed venues, including Tennis Elbow in New York (USA), Howard’s Gallery in Athens, Georgia (USA), Modern Love Club in New York (USA), Priska C. Juschka Fine Art in New York (USA), and Shoshana Wayne Gallery in Santa Monica (USA).

Exploring Intimacy: In Gribbon's artistry, the paramount theme is intimacy, explored both implicitly and explicitly. She masterfully navigates her roles as a mother and her discovery of queerness in her depictions, capturing the profound moments of pure joie de vivre. Her work delves into the implications and responsibilities inherent in the act of observing, a concept she terms the "scopophilic feedback loop." Gribbon often employs photographs as the foundation of her creations, considering them as conduits through which memories are stored and experienced. Her art exudes a sexually provocative aura, characterized by lush, impressionistic brushstrokes. Through her compelling work, Gribbon challenges viewers to confront their own gaze and its implications.