Born in 1978
Lives and works in Easthampton
Jacin Giordano was born in 1978 in Stamford, Connecticut; he grew up in Miami, FL. After graduating with honors from the Maryland Institute, College of Art in 1999 with a BFA in painting, Jacin moved back to Miami and began exhibiting throughout the United States as well as Mexico, Hong Kong and France. He recently returned to school as an MFA candidate at UMass, Amherst in Massachussets. Although his work can sometimes blur the line between painting and sculpture, Jacin identifies his work through the lens of painting and is primarily interested in deconstructing and reconfiguring possibilities within painting. His work is the result of experimentation and a constant exploration of material, texture and process.
Solo exhibitions: 'Cutpaintings', Galerie Sultana (Online viewing room, 2020); 'Fossil', Galerie Sultana (Paris, FR 2018); 'Hunting in the Valley of Color and Plastic', Otto Zoo Gallery (Milan, IT 2017); 'How the land became plastic', Farside Gallery (Miami, US 2015).
Select group exhibitions: 'Can I Sit Next to You?', Dimensions Variable (Miami, US 2021); Cantum-Combine, Richard Koh Fine Art (Online, 2020); 'Cut: Abstraction in the US from the 1970's to the present', Patricia and Philip Frost Art Museum (Miami, US 2019); 'Tissage/Tressage', Villa Datris (L'Isle-sur-la-sorgue, FR 2018); The Armory Show with Galerie Sultana (New York, US 2017); 'Wild Things', Texture - Museum of Flax and River Lys (Kortrijk, BE 2016); 'Presence & Absence', Herter Art Gallery, University of Massachusetts Amherst (Amherst, US 2015); deCordova Biennial, deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum (Lincoln, Massachusetts, US 2013); 'Restless - Recent Acquisitions', Miami Art Museum (Miami, US 2012); and 'Vanishing Points: Paint and Paintings from the Debra and Dennis Scholl Collection, Harn Museum (Gainesville, FL, US 2012).
His works are in the collections of the Miami Art Museum, Rubell Family Collection, Debra and Dennis Scholl Collection among others.