born in Brighton, UK, 1984
lives and works in London, UK

Bachelor in Fine Arts, The Slade School of Fine Art, London, UK

solo exhibitions
The First Humans, Plymouth Arts Centre, Plymouth, UK
I Want it, installation to DKUK Salon, Holdron’s Arcade, London, UK
ArtHouse, Austin, USA
Words in the World, Casa Triângulo, São Paulo, Brasil
Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York, USA
The Same as Usual, Limoncello, London, UK
Emily, Callum, John, Grace, Elizabeth, Paul, Frieze Frame, Frieze Art Fair, London, UK
In the Pines, Limoncello, London, UK
Not Really, Galerie Maribel Lopez, Berlin, Germany
Wallowing, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York, USA
The Stupidest Thing Alive, Moot, Nottingham, UK

group exhibitions
Partial Presence, Zabludowicz Collection, London, UK
The First Humans, Pump House Gallery, London, UK
Tru Luv, Turf Projects, London, UK
Casa Triângulo no Pivô, Pivô, São Paulo, Brazil
No One Lives Here, Curating Contemporary Art MA Graduate Show, Royal College of Art, London, UK
Collecting Collections and Concepts, curated by Paulo Mendes, Fábrica Asa Guimarães, Portugal
Young London 2012, V22, London, UK
Go Deep or Go Home, ASC Studios, London, UK
Outrageous Fortune: Art remake the Tarot, curated by Andrew Hunt, Hayward Touring/Focal Point Exhibition, Focal Point Gallery, Southend-on-Sea, UK 
The Shape We’re In, 176, London, UK 
SHOW, curated by Sarah Williams, JVA Jerwood Space, London, UK
Galeria Nuno Centeno, Porto, Portugal
Limoncello Yellow, The Bakery, Annet Gelink Gallery, Amsterdamn, The Netherlands
Session_12_Words+Untitled, Four Boxes Gallery, Krabbesholm, Denmark
Everynight, I Go To Sleep, Stuart Shave/Modern Art, London, UK 
Jimmy, curated by Omnifuss, Mol’s Place, London, UK 
Josephine Flynn and Jack Strange, A Limoncello Punctuation Programme, Chez Neon, Lyon, France
Newspeak: British Art Now, The Saatchi Gallery, London, UK
Profusion, curated by Beacon Art Projects, Calke Abbey, Derby, UK
Session_9_Video, Am Nuden Da, London, UK
{Empty Sets} – Ø, curated by Andrew Sunderland and Matthew de Kersaint Giraudeau, Waterside Project Space, London, UK
The Thought of Stuff, Royal Society of British Sculptors, London, UK|
A Stranger’s Window, project curated by MOOT as part of the Contemporary Art Society’s Centenary Programme,
Nottingham Castle Museum & Art Gallery, UK
Use & Mention, Stephen Lawrence Gallery, London, UK
Session_7_Words, Am Nuden Da, London, UK
Pete and Repeat, 176, London, UK
Retro Pulfer, Alexandre Singh, Jack Strange: An Evening of Performances, The David Roberts Art Foundation, London, UK
The Fair Show, Limoncello, London, UK
Extraordinary Days, Oriel Davies Gallery, Newtown, Wales, UK
Just Around The Corner, curated by Direlia Lazo, Caja Madrid, Madrid, Spain
The Little Shop on Hoxton Street, Limoncello, London, UK
Ventriloquist, Timothy Taylor Gallery, London, UK
I Can’t Tell You Why, Grusenmeyer Art Gallery, Deurle, Belgium
It’s A Mess and Probably Irreversible, curated by Five Storey Projects Newburgh Quarter, London, UK
Make Your Own Kaleidoscope, The Tricycle Gallery, London, UK
Seeing the Light, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York, USA
Fuck you human, Maribel Lopez Galerie, Berlin, Germany
New Mourning, Meet Waradise, New York, USA
Downstairs, curated by Omnifuss, Flat B, 32 Newark Street, London, UK
The Krautcho Club / In and Out of Place, Forgotten Bar Project, Berlin, Germany e [and] 176, London, UK
The Long Take, Moot, Nottingham, UK
Past Forward, curated by Vincent Honoré 176, London, UK
Remember A Future Past, curated by Jesse McKee, Royal College of Art, London, UK
Took My Hands Off Your Eyes Too Soon, curated by Ryan Gander, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery,
New York, USA
Amalgamation, curated by Oliver Cloke and Susan Stainman, Ada Street Gallery, London, UK
I Can’t Think of Anything, curated by Jonathan Callan Galerie Martin Kudlek, Cologne, Denmark

Pete And Repeat, 176, London, UK
Marbled Reams, included in “Publish and Be Damned“, London, UK
The Long Take, MOOT, Nottingham, UK

Art Review Magazine Online

Ten Men, Ten Video Artists You Should Really Meet, Skye Sherwin, Issue 21, Spring, 2010, p. 83
The Observer Review, Dealers Are Not Deaf To The Times, Miranda Sawyer, 18/10/2009, p. 13
The Independent, Ones to Watch/Can Frieze Reheat the Art Market?, Alice Jones 9/10/2009, p. 4-6
Iberia Universal, Arte: Jack Strange, Iberia Universal, Junho [June], 2009
Kunst, Konfuse Offnungen, Junho [June], 2009
Art Monthly, Andrew Hunt, Issue 326, Maio [May], 2009
Frieze, Jack Strange, Joanna Kleinberg, Issue 118, Outubro [October], 2008
The Independent, Arts & Books, The 20 best up and coming artists, Alice Jones, October, 2008, p. 8
The Times, The Knowledge, Meet the art world’s stars of tomorrow, Louise Cohen, October, 2008, p. 28
Art Review, Jack Strange: Wallowing, David Everitt Howe, Issue 25, September, 2008, p. 141
Art Review, Future Greats, Ryan Gander, Issue 20, February, 2008, p. 91
Art Review, Top Five: What To See This Month, Ryan Gander, Issue 19, February, 2008, p. 28
The Times, The Knowledge New Spaces, What To Buy And Why, Nancy Durrant & Derwent May,
01/5-11/2008, p. 28
New York Times, Weekend Art, Took My Hands Off Your Eyes Too Soon, Holland Cotter, 23/11/07, p. E33

public collections
George Mora Foundation, Melbourne, Australia
Museum of Modern Art – MOMA, New York, USA
The Tate Collection, London