CRITICAL DIALOGUES SERIES- SAMUEL JABLON
Samuel Jablon (B. Binghamton, NY 1986) is an artist/poet. He moves between different methods of creating, practicing, and doing. For Jablon poetry is always in the background, his practice is rooted in the tension of words and materiality. Jablon's work has been reviewed in the Wall Street Journal, BOMB Magazine, Art in America, ARTnews, and others. His past projects, readings, performances, and exhibitions have been presented at the Museum of Modern Art; Socrates Sculpture Park; The Queens Museum of Art; The DUMBO Arts Festival; White Box Art Center; Show Room Gallery; Hunter College; The Children's Museum of Art NY; The Howl Festival; Lodge Gallery; the Center for Book Arts, and Freight + Volume Gallery. He received an MFA from Brooklyn College, and a BA from Naropa University.