The Recently Passed:
An event: ENTER>text, organized by Henry Hoke and Marco Franco di Domenico, with work and performances by Karen Adelman, Diana Arterian, Sam Bloch, Andrew Choate, Meriwether Clarke & Claire Cronin, Sam Cohen & Stephen van Dyke, Kate Durbin, Emma Zakes Green, Jen Hutton, Emily Kiernan, Janice Lee & Laura Vena, Joseph Mosconi, Writ Large Press, and Emerson Whitney. At Human Resources, Los Angeles, May 30, 2014. →
An exhibition: The Work of the Work, curated by Isabelle Le Normand, with work by Jon Bernad, Krista Buecking, Nicolas Grenier, Jen Hutton, Steven Kado, Benjamin Tong, and Alice Wang. At USCB Gallery, Department of Art, February 5 to 21, 2014. →
A catalogue: Sandra Meigs: The Basement Panoramas, with contributions by Toby Lawrence, Joan McNeely, Jen Hutton, and Helen Marzolf, published by Open Space, Victoria, in conjunction with Meigs' exhibition at the same venue, November 1 to December 14, 2013
PACK PROJECTS presents FAULT LINES, a compilation album featuring: Molly Allis / Jenica Anderson, Bridget Batch, Alex Black, Morgan Gerstmar, Jules Gimbrone, Sarah Faith Gottesdiener / Oscar Santos, Jen Hutton, Todd Lerew, Odeya Nini, David Paha, Aidan Reynolds, Marcus Rubio, and Max Wanderman. Launched at Human Resources, Los Angeles, September 29, 2013. →
Translation of Jean-Marc Desgent's Qu'importe maintenant? in Aufgabe 12 (Litmus Press). Guest edited by Oana Avasilichioaei. →
Review of Jordan Wolfson: Raspberry Poser at REDCAT, Los Angeles in C Magazine 118. →
Review of Made in Space at Night Gallery, Los Angeles in Art Papers (Jul/Aug 2013).
Two reviews on The Art Book Review. →
Next Words (CalArts Reading Series) with Patrick Benjamin, Peter Nichols, and Colleen Hur, at Stories Books and Café, Los Angeles, April 13, 2013.
Page of Vapours, a publication organized by Tiziana La Melia, in conjunction with her exhibition Neck of Thirsty Flower at Exercise, Vancouver, BC, with works by Julia Feyrer, Dylan Godwin, Kayla Guthrie, Tamara Henderson, Oscar Hüber, Jen Hutton, Rebecca LaMarre, Michael Loncaric, Maryse Larivière, Nicolas Matranga, Lisa Robertson, and Robin Simpson, and a poster by Rebecca Brewer.
Galileo's Finger, an essay commissioned for the YYretroZpective exhibition Brian Groombridge: small telescopes, at YYZ, Toronto, September 8 to December 1, 2012 →
Annotations for the Surplus Portfolio, a commissioned text on a suite of recent woodcuts by Derek Sullivan produced and exhibited at Open Studio, Toronto, June 28 to July 28, 2012. → (download PDF)
Also available as a self-published artist book here.
Summer Special, an exhibition featuring work by Corinne Carlson, Robin Collyer, Barr Gilmore, Jen Hutton, Sarah Lazarovic, and Ron Terada, at Koffler Gallery Off-Site at Honest Ed's (581 Bloor Street West, Toronto), June 21 to November 11, 2012.
Calarts 2012 MFA Visual Arts/Photo and Video Graduate catalogue, with essays by Catherine Taft, Michael Ned Holte, Leslie Dick, Michelle Dizon, Tom Leeser, Norman Klein, Jen Hutton, Mia Locks, John Rutzmoser, Molly Sullivan, Aurora Tang, Travis Diehl, and Lyra Kilston. Catalogue launch and closing reception Saturday, June 23, 6-10 pm, at LA Mart, Los Angeles. →
Haunted Objects, on the work of Arnaud Maggs, Vernissage: The Magazine of the National Gallery of Canada, Spring 2012.
COME ON YOU FUCKERS, a 7″ 45rpm vinyl and publication produced and directed by Ingrid Lee and Rowan Smith, with design and layout by David Karwan and Isaac Berenson Allan and texts by Linda Stupart, Tracy Jeanne Rosenthal, Michael Molitch-Hou, Jen Hutton, Ingrid Lee, and Rowan Smith. →
Review of Guy Tillim exhibition at Design Exchange, Toronto, Ciel Variable 90. →
Soft Protocols: Dexter Sinister's library and book making, C Magazine, Fall 2011. →
Two interviews: with Robert Fones, Hunter and Cook, issue 10 (Fall 2011), and with Derek Sullivan, Magenta Magazine, Fall 2011. →
The Most She Weighed/The Least She Weighed, an exhibition organized by Jen Hutton with works by Brian Groombridge, Tiziana La Melia, Arnaud Maggs, Liz Magor, Sandra Meigs, Sasha Pierce, and Michael Snow at Susan Hobbs Gallery, Toronto, 9 June to 13 August 2011. →
Download the reader (PDF) (includes contributions by Tiziana La Melia, Liz Magor, Daphne Marlatt, Sandra Meigs, and Michael Snow).
Chopped & Screwed, an exhibition curated by Hugh Scott-Douglas at MKG127, Toronto, June 2011.
24th Annual Images Festival, March 31 to April 9, 2011. →
GRAND GESTURES, an installation at Harbourfront Centre, Toronto, January 23 to December 31, 2010.
Desert Islands, an exhibition organized by Scott Rogers, with work by Michael Coolidge, Jason de Haan, Amélie Guérin, Jen Hutton, Christian Kuras, Jonah Lif, Heidi Hove Pedersen and Mikhel Proulx, at Pith Gallery (1018 9th Avenue, Calgary), July-August 2010.
If Destroyed, We Should Have to Recreate from Physical Need, an exhibition organized by Kevin Rodgers, with work by Kim Adams, Robin Collyer, Joel Herman, Jen Hutton, Claire Greenshaw and Nestor Kruger, at Parker Branch (99 1/2 Stanley Street, London, Ontario), September 2010.
Site Exercises, an exhibition organized by Jen Hutton, with work by Ian Carr-Harris, Robin Collyer, Didier Courbot, Brian Groombridge, Patrick Howlett, and Axel Lieber, at Susan Hobbs Gallery (137 Tecumseth Street, Toronto), July 8 to August 21, 2010.
An event: Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition Programming Series In conversation with... Jen Hutton and RM Vaughan on Hybrid Art: The Evolution of Contemporary Art Practices at Toronto City Hall Rotunda, July 11, 2010 from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m.
I like what I know, a group exhibition curated by Lyndsey Cope at The White House, opening July 10, 2010.
Marcel van Eeden: The Lone Lake Murders at Clint Roenisch Gallery Artforum.com, posted 11 May 2010. →
Alex Hubbard: Stuff Happens, an essay written to accompany his solo exhibition Lost Loose Ends at Mercer Union, 14 May to 19 June 2010. →
Review of Daniel Barrow: Emotional Feelings at The Art Gallery of York University, TO Live with Culture, posted 23 April 2010.→
23rd Annual Images Festival, April 1-10, 2010
MirrOrriM, a group exhibition at The White House, March 27, 2010. →
An event: The 9th York University Graduate Art History Symposium: Appropriation: People, Places, Things, Toronto, March 19, 2010
*presenting a keynote presentation on the work of Derek Sullivan titled Noble Fuel, or How I Burned Certain of My Books
Dear Haven, a group exhibition with work by Barbara Hobot, Jen Hutton and Sasha Nelson, at Render (263 Phillip Street, Waterloo), February 25 to March 20, 2010.
God and the "Gaze": A Visual Reading of Lady Gaga, C Magazine, Winter 2009.→
A review of Oliver Husain: Hovering Proxies for Artforum.com, posted 16 February 2010. →
Everything All At Once, an article published in C Magazine, Fall 2009→
A review of Elizabeth McIntosh's exhibition CUT OUT at Goodwater Gallery, Magenta Magazine, vol. 1, no.1(September 2009). →
[ ], an exhibition with work by Daniel Laskarin and Jen Hutton, at Access Gallery, Vancouver, September 11 to November 7, 2009. →
Plant 90: of Production and Object, an exhibition organized by Persilia Caton at 401 Richmond (in partnership with Nuit Blanche 2009), September 24 to October 23, 2009. →
Connecting to Collections 2: Destinations, a group exhibition curated by Lisa Daniels & York Lethbridge, at Gallery Lambton, Sarnia, Ontario, August 7 to October 24, 2009. →
feelers, an exhibition organized by Jen Hutton with works by Sarah Massecar, Sandra Meigs and Arlene Shechet at Susan Hobbs Gallery, Toronto, from June 27 to August 15, 2009.
Review by Gabrielle Moser in Esse. →
Sylvia Matas: Red Shift, an essay for her exhibition at Mercer Union, 2009. →
Interview with Liz Magor, published in the catalogue for the exhibition What It Really Is, on view at Red Bull 381 Projects, Toronto, until February 28, 2009. →
The Way I Are, a group show curated by Katie Bethune-Leamen with works by Valerie Blass, Anthony Burnham, Robert Fones, Martin Golland, Jen Hutton, Kelly Jazvac, John Massey, Elizabeth McIntosh, Planningtorock and Tony Romano. At Blackwood Gallery, Mississauga, January 21 to March 9, 2009. →
Networks: Jen Hutton and Troy Ouellette at Truck Contemporary Art, Calgary, January 9 to February 14, 2009.