Jeremyville

Jeremyville is an Australian-born, New York-based contemporary artist, industrial designer, and author.

His New York studio’s core output consists of message-driven projects across a variety of mediums, working with cultural institutions and organizations around the world, to share positivity and instigate social change.

One of his notable ongoing art projects is the ‘Jeremyville Community Service Announcements,’ consisting of over 2000 messages, exhibited through public art installations, murals, monumental sculptures, paintings, products, and editions. Jeremyville is a regular contributor to the New York Times and published by Taschen's in their Top 100 artists in the world.

His work is in numerous private collections and has been exhibited at museums, art institutions, and cultural landmarks internationally,including the Kunstlinie cultural centre in the Netherlands, Brooklyn Museum in New York, The Andy Warhol Museum, the Cooper Hewitt Museum New York, La Casa Encendida in Madrid, 798 Arts District in Beijing, the Madre Museum of Napoli, Bunkamura Gallery in Tokyo and Museum of Art and Design in New York. 

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